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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 12, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911041201_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 12, 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. II RICHMOND CLIMAX : : 3 t ' : I " 37th YEAR f RICHMONLT, MADI50N COUNTY; KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1911. NUMBER 43 WALL PAPER For the Best Grade of Seed Oats 5ee SSSg&SgSltatt WIND STORM Greatest Ever Known in This Section Plays Havoc W.P.BAXTER Helm Honored. WALL PAPER ' With Property. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absofuifeiy Pum MAKES HOME BAKING EASY JL,. Jt. Blanton TELEPHO NE 85 PAY CASH AND SAVE MONEY . N.-V- The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Big Spring Line of Dry Goods :: Notions are now in at the old reliable chants. mer- 5ome beautiful wash fabrics for spring and summer. Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, etc smart from up-to-da- te , French in a wide variety of pieces to choose Lawns,-Voilles- Thousands of dollars worth df properly was destroyed last week as Iho result of tho fierce vlnd storm that prevailed hero for about three hours Tuesday evening, from 0 to 9 o'clock. Roofs were lifted from dwellings arid business houses, signs were scattored in. all directions, trees were uprooted and lenccs twisted and blown down. It is said to have been tho strongest wind that ever prevailed in this section of the country, and the oldest lesidents declare it to be a fact. For about two hours tho main thoroughfares of Richmond were as completely deserted as if the earth had swallowed them up, everyone being afraid to venture out for fear of getting hit with flying tree limbs, or torn signs. Reports from over the county show that the heaviest damage ever known to have been wrought from wind storms came with a rush. On tho farm of Mr. George Phelps, on the Lexington pike, a barn was blown down and other damage done. At Berea, Kingston, College Hill. Red House, Kirksville and other sections, chimneys were blown down, fences torn away and roofs blown from tho houses by the great force of tho wind. The Kincaid Brick & Tilo Co., at "Waco, lost a large smoke stack, which was terribly torn and twisted. Tho Glyndon hotel building, the Culton building, the Kormal School, the home of Mr. Green Turley on tho Big Hill pike, the residence of W. h- - Crulcher, on tho Barnes Mill road, and tho homo of TYm. Griggs, were all visited by tho destructive wind and great pieces of roofing and chimneys were torn away. 2fo loss oflifo has been reported, and only ono or two instances whore stock suffered, has boon reported so far by the CHimax correspondents throughout tho county. Notice-Cor-n. Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts and the food is finer, more iasty, cleanly and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. Royal Coolt Book BOO RccotptaFrcc, Send Namo and Address ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Congressman Harvey Helm, repre senting tho Eighth Congressional district, was highly honored by tho Demo cratic caucus of the" new houso which met in Washinffton last week. He was mado Chairman of tho Committee on Expenditures of tho War Department, and was also placed on the insular afBen fairs and Census committees. Johnson was the only other Kentucky congressman to get a committee chairmanship, he being placed at the head of the District of Columbia committee. This prominent assignment puts Congressman Helm at tho very forefront jn tho new Democratic Congress and is regarded as a great honor, especially in view of the fact that he is now only serving his third term. Mr. Helm has been flooded' with congratulatory messages from all over the district and state since tho announcement of his selection as a committee chairman was made public. Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond - 43tf you. .1 Eclipse: The people of Richmond and Madison county will have the rare chance to wi ucss a total eclipse of tho sun during this month, the phenomena coming on tho 23th, and will be visible from three The to six o'clock in the afternoon. southern, southeastern nud southwestern states will come in for a direct view, but the northern section of this country will bo excluded. Local astronomers are preparing for a treat while Old Sol is thus shaded. The eclipse will also be visible to Mexico, Central America, the western portion of tho West Indies, tho eastern half of Australia, New Zealand and tho Pacific ocean, tho path of totality extending from Aukland, Australia, across tho Paciffc ocean almost to Central America. An annular eclipse of lite sun will occur on October 22, which will bo invisible to tho United States, but visible to Asia, Philippine Islands, Australia, tho northern part of New Zealand and tho Pacific ocean. An occasional sun bath is all the renovating a Steams & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. STEARNS ft FOSTER MATTRESS Will make you wonder why you cling to that luruuy, unsanitary hair mattress. - If you knew as much about them as we do, of course you woeW buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORTlT Anchor Windsor $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A 316.00c 22.50 Hear Him. Meet Here. N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND All those who failed to como to Richmond April 3rd, county court day, on account of the disagreeable weather and desire the Clay County, Mo., White Seed Corn, as advertised in the Climax and Kansas City Journal, can still procure same from me Freo as advertised.' I will have a supply of this corn in Richmond every Saturday and on May 1st,, county court day. A. J. TRIBBLE, Xowspaper and Magazine Agency, Richmond, Ky. The local organization of tho Modern William Jennings Bryan, who is billed Brotherhood of America are anxious for to lecture lioro on tho aftornoon of tho the Eighth Congressional District con20lh, will very likely draw one of the vention to meet in this city in July, and largest crowds ever assembled at the with the influence of State Manager Normal school on a similar occasion, Newson, of this city, they have sent a and hundreds of Madison county peoplo petition to Grand President T. B. Ilan-loarq expected to hear him. If tho audi-tor.uof Dcs Moines Iowa, to designate proves too small tho campus this city as the place for tho meeting, i will be used. President Crabbe has suc- i This appointment is in tho power of the ceeded in having three of tho greatest Grand President. Tho main object of moi in the .country, in the public eye, tho district meeting is to select dele bote for the benoflt of the school, prin- gates to tho National Convention, which cipally, which includes tho visit of meets in Denver in August. The local Mr. Bryan. Governor II o c h , of brotherhood is flourishing jftid is perKansas, and Congressman RioharJ haps, the largest in the district. Ho'ison, the war hero, have been horo April and March. Mr. and have pleased largo audiences. The large furniture sign of-- March & Bryan is still a great man in tho public oyo and his famous address, "Tho Co., tho Lexington dealers, could not Prince of Peace," bids fair to afford a withstand the April wind and was torn rant afternoon for those who are fortun- from its moorings on the court house square. ate enough to hear him on the 2Glh. y, m ! OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Blfe" m m W. S. O. X. O. L. Loud Smash. Night Foreman Bailey received a terrible scare last Tuesday evening at the L. & A. shops during tho terrific wind storm- and his assistants were also given a shaking up, when a portion of tho building in which they were working was lifted by the wind and blown to pieces.. Tho men thought the entire building was. doomed, and were preparing to desert their posts of duty, when Foreman Bailey, wno had recovered from his sudden fright, prevailed on them to remain. The damage amounted to about 9100. - Parlor. Drastic physics gripe, stoke, weaken Come in and have yowr hair dveaeed Regu-le- ts Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, Michigan, nays: ike bowel amldoa't eure. Dean's act gently ami cure oonoti patina. 35 in the newest style, braids and pnfe "Our littlo boy contracted a severs bronmade to order. Braids xestored to chial trouble and as the doctor's medi- cents. Ask your druggist. natural color. High not prices paM hr I save him Foley" cine did not cure him. Honey and Tar Compound in which I Barred Rock Eggs For Sale. eombings. Two doors above Stockton 's have great faith. It cured the cough as drug store, on Main street. Otifee nfcona I nave for sale ht any nnantHy Thomp- 515, well as tho choking and gagging spells, 6M; rekloncom and he got well in a short tine. Foley's son's strain Barred Plymouth Koek Honey and Tar Compound has many eggs, pcfee 31. for 15 eggs. Estimates "Had dyspepsia or indigestion times saved us much trouble and we are years. No appetite, and whnt i eat i s furnished for late of 160 eggs or more. Btirdeok Bnw never without it in the house." The tressed me terrM)y-- . C. D. Miller, Bitters cured me." J. H. Walker, Ssnv genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse Richmond, Ky. bury, Ohio. men Sold by Stockton & Sob. substitutes. : -- A Reliable Medicine-NNarcotic. ot a Constipation causes headache, dintness, languor, heart patptaatten. mmm, Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk- er 'sHair Dressing We Sell May Manton Patterns JOc Each We Sell rlusltling Cash Store May Manton Patterns 10c Each Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASV MONEY Have You Bought That Spring Suit? . Would you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money Take a look at our "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs &- Co. Remember we specialize $ I Q and $15 values in Men's and Young Mens Suits - Worried discomforts of our age. feet causa half tli ilia that harass the men rtnH and-wom- en Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines, including the greatest line of i i If 4ft Corner First Ha m il ton & easily changed from one pair to another. If you have any foot trouble whatsoever the Scholl "Foot-Easewill cire you instant relief as well as rest and comfort. , All sizes for men and women. L00 per pair. We are headqusrters for foot comfort and the Scholl "Foot-Eare- r Is one of the principal means Let us prove it. oi conveying it to is a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and ten. dons and gives them strength to carry tha weight of the body at the foot arch. , It does away with all nervous and muscular strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents fiat-fowith its painful consequences. Makes walking- or standing: absolutely comfortable, keeps shoes in shape and gives the Instep a graceful arch. The Scholl Toot-Eueris made of two German SilrerSprinps, lea th S 11 er covered, and is spriajnr. flexible 77 1 ana ix all lect ana can ce easily slipped into any snoe. They do not needtacldneor i pasting butare' ot " TheSchollToot-Eazer- " Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown t We want your money and .you want all it will buy in exchange ' for it were never so well prepared to give you values as now Respectfully We Main others Richmond, Kentucky f?. BUTTERICK FASHIONS am, Marian Huron hi, settle me of Lancaster, and Messrs. Murray Smith, William Smith and William Jdarslfclla. Mrs. Roy White and daughter, Miss - Woods 5poke. IcGarVey. M thejdeath of Rev. J, W. The news A monstrous crowd heard 0. E. Woods speak at Kicholasvillo court house last McGarvey, Jr., was received In RichSunday evening in defense of local op tion and present facts that were as tounding to those who are in favor of that city voting "wet." Several other prominent, temperance speakers spoke there Saturday and Sunday, and it is freolv predicted by thfc pegple of that town that the "drys" will win by a safo majority. , mond with such regret by a lnrge num ber of close ! friends and admirers of this According to tho beloved mliister. nowsnancr Lelecrams. his demiso oc Tenn., last Tues- curred day, while ihgaged in a protracted meet ing at that place. He had just finished a very ableiliscourso wheu he expired. Deceased wits a son of Rev, J. W. Mc Garvey, of LexingtonLand for two years was at the head of Madison Female In siitute, Hji later went to Hamilton college, Lei:ington, whero he was for some time President of the Faculty of He was fifty- that noted hstitution. remains were two years d age, brought to Lexington Thursday for in Thelaiiiesof Bichmond are praying for prett'f Trcather Easter Sunday as the spring Bonnets are so stunning- - they must be $hown on this day. The weath er man predicts suitable weather for next Sunday, but he' has made such a mess of it for the past week or so that his predictions carry no weight. Hope For It Kaufman, Straus & Company Central Kentucky's Greatest Department Store Spring Is Coming and it is time you were . making up vour summer clothes. McKLE5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Julia, were in Lexington Tuesday. C A. Taylor has returned from a six weeks stay in Florida and says the climate there is fine. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Grinstead and daughter, of Somerset, are here for a visit to. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ly man Parrish. -- Lexington, Kentucky Prices Up. ' The last week on the local tobacco breaks showed a little' riso in prices and several who were fortunate enough lo hold their crops back until this late hour received from two to four cents moroon the pound. This season is ex pected to be the last of the year, as there is hardly a full crop of tobacco in the comity unsold. The middle of April will seo buyers and growers and war house attendants about alt gone. EXCLUSIVNLW LFFELCT5 IN 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 The wedding of Misr Eleanor Chon- ault-anMr. Waldo Gwynne will take place at the country homo of the bride, on the Big Hill pike, Wednesday even- ingthe 20th. It will be a quiet home affair, but very pretty in all its appoint ments. JThe Matron of Honor will be Mrs. Hugh Bates, of Cincinnati, a sister of the bride, wh will be given away by her brother, Mr. Harvey Chenault. Mr. Thomas Chenault will be the eroom s only attendant. Dr.W. B. Gwynne, of Georgetown, the groom's father, will officiate, and Dr. Marshall, of this city, Mr& will pronounce the benediction. Harvey Chenault will play the wedding friends of maroh. Several the young couple will be present. Aftrip east, the bride and ter a ten-da- y groom arill be at homo In the country until the first of June when they go to g on North street. d out-of-tohouse-keepin- Opens Saturday. The base ball season at the Normal opens next- - Saturday with Stanford High school. Considering the bad weather the team s in excellent shap Many of the mcmbors who played on the team iast year are at their old places and several of the new onos are pushing tho old members for permanent places. The team had a very good sea son last year, winning twelve out of fourteen games, but those in charge say the team this year is stronger. The peoploofthe city should cive encour agement by lending their presence. Tho following games have been scheduled: Games Here April 15 vs. Stanford; Ap ril 17 vs. Union College; April 24 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan; May 8 vs. Transylvania; May 15 vs. London; May 29 vs. Millersburg. Games Away May 1 and 2, Union College; May 13. Stanford; May 22, London; Juno 5, Millersburg. Negotiations are now being made for a pme with the. Western Normal of Bowl ing Grceu. Women's Outer Garments Individuality of 5tyle Tailor-mad- e at Sensible Prices Suits at $25, $30t $35 Coats terment. ( 1 Evans. Keop in mind the concert to be given Special Meeting. All the ladies of the Christian church are requested to meet at the church to morrow (Thursday) at 3 o'clook p. m It is hoped the young and old alike will accept tne invitation. E. B. Barxes, Pastor. OWEN MgKBB Fae Richmond Climax. rniBlES Ft ESt WEB IBS I IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO tltmerporoteA.t Milter W G. WMte Steve K. Yaagtit AD ICKNMKV Pres. aa4 Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. - Editor FMS6 ASSWUWM PWUWESS UA&HE. BSHTH BtWRtW FBIOE PBR Bi AH AMJE YEAB WBBdfEBDAY APR. 11 - -- Mil Personal. taet Sunday. Dr. and an. K. Oeenge Fayae. Hk. M C KeHexr kae bm aiek far Sam severe." days at her boate a th mil. She is now convalmoPX, Mr. Quinn Covington, of Waaa, wttk bit, wife and little soa have rawmed fron Florida, where they speat the win --- -- Miss JkM Doty returned te Lancaster Monday after a wit to Mies Mary MO ler. Mrs. 31 J. WUcmnw. ea High street, mi ku ter Him Emma "Watts aa4 Miac JUa White kpent Monday in LejdagtM. Thy went over Lb Mias Watt'fc aatemc bile, Kn. Tbomas Pickets last Tfcursdav pliaMSi to the Clieaault bride-to-be, the aftemooa at a lam in was o I MJk Bleaaer Easter Bazaar for P. A. 0. Infirmary Saturday, April IS. The CeoilktB Club will meet with Miss Sana Watts this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jaok Hutsell, of Win chester, spent Saturday here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turloy. MiesLetUe Mae MoRoberts has re turned to her heme in Lancaster after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaught, Miss Helen Bennett was the hostess test Friday evening at the regular meet' hg of the married ladies' Bridge club. Mrs. Robert Adams, of Louisville, daughter of Mrs. Amanda Million, of this ohy, underwent an operation at the Norton infirmary Sunday for mastoid His. She will be remembered as Viola Millies, and her many friends wiN be glad to hear of her improved condition so far. A large number of Madison county people will attend the grand opera in CtecteB&U, beginning the 17th and also hear the wonderful Sheffield choir. Musk of snoh oharaoter always attracts tbe people here, who are lovers of this art to an extremely high degree. Ool. John Wagers and Jesse Cobb left Tnesday for ML Jackson, Indianapolis, where they will take a series of plunges waters of that pop ht the health-givin- g ular springs. Mr. Wagers has about recovered from bis recent stroke of par alysis, bat rheumatism has developed in a tight form and he is anxious to subdue th6 before the hot weather comes on. Pleas U road d us continues "One qaite siek, but he claims the bad month of March is responsible. As soon as the warm days show up for good, he will bi htHHelf again. He declares this is his last winter in Kentucky; that he in tends to go next November to Southern r lortda where the sub shines at the rate of HX in tbe shade all the time, and there stay until the first of May before returning te Madison connty. Mias Elizabeth, little daughter ef Rob ert II. Bomam, has entered 'Beauty," her handsome white Collie, in the Deg Mr. Robert Exhibit at Lexington. Bexnant. Jr.. took "Beauty" over on Monday afternoon, where he will re in the Normal ohapel on the evoning of April 21, by the sweet singer, Mrs. 0. Eppenhausen Bailey and the gifted pi ano pupil of Losohetitsky. Mrs. J. E. Whitney. When Mrs. Bailey mado her. bow be fore the Galveston Choral Society, the applause was spontaneous. Everything she did was ideal, says the Galveston News. Hor voice is under the most per fect control. It is soft and sweet, and its capabilities seem unlimited, iler versatility was shown in "Hark, the Lark!" by Schubert, and in Brahm's "Cradle Song.,' She almost carried her tones into dreamland, so soft and sweet were they in the soothing "Cradle Song." The Louis "Mrs, vWe Anze uor's critic says: Whitney's playing brought the concert We pay our ospec to a glorious close. ial compliments to her, who played with such tender, fine distinction and understanding. For 10 cents you get 5 pounds of Soda at Sewell & McKlnney's. Misses Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against tho estate of Ellen Todd, deceased, will nleaso uresent them to moDroDerlv veri 5l.rayed or Stolen. fied according (o law, on or beforo July 1, 1011, or same will be barred. Bay hone, 12 or 13 years old, about 15 R. K. MOBERLY. hands hiah. two white hind feet.- He- -. 43-- lt Administrator of Ellen Todd ward for information. R. C. COMBS, Something real new In a Tan and Gun College Hill, Ky. ; motal Jo iv shoes for ladies. Nothing in town like them. Price $3.00. Ask to Everything beautiful for salo at the sec them. Rico & Arnold. Easter Bazaar, Saturday, April 15 The following notice of tho death of Mrs. Helen !Leo Evans is taken from the Louisvillo Dimes. Deceased was tho wifo of thd jate Morris Evans, who was pastor of ihe Methodist church here several years ago: "l'he body ot Mrs seventy-see- n years Helen old, who djed Tuesday afternoon at tho daughter-in-laMrs. U. home of A. Evans, 14S0 South Third street, will be sent to !3arrodsburg, Ky., Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held Mrs, this aftern'jon at the residence. Evans wis the wife of the late Rev a prominent Morris Evj.ns, al member oj the Kentucky Methodist conference. She was widely known in Louisville! and Central Kentucky, hav ing spent ;iany years in tho State. She was the daughter of the late Coleman Young. Her only child, H. A. Evans, died thirteen years ago. Mrs. Evans was i member of the Broadway Meth odist church and was interested in cnar-itabland: religious work." , Catarrh is Surely a Dangerous Disease. Thousands of peoplo allow catarrh to slowly undermine the whole system un- till a serious dlseaso develops sometimes consumption. .People who have catarrh should use every effort to get rid of it, but should above all adopt a sensible method. btomich dosing,c?prays and douches won't cure catarrh because it is a cerm disease, and the germs must bo destroy ed oeiore tne disease can co conquered. ill oil fc.lls the most sensible cure for catarrh because it reaches every fold, crevice and nooK in tne mucous membrane nnd gets where the germs are. xou Dreatno uxu.ifc.i and as it passes over the inflamed membrane its sooth ing influence heals the soreness and de stroys tne germs. A completo IIYOMEf outfit costs $1 This consists of a bottlo of IIYOMEI and a hard rubber inhaler. Pour a few drops Of IIYOMEI into tho inhaler and breatho it a few minutes each day, that s all you have to do. It is guaranteed by U. L. Middleton, and druggists everywhere to euro catarrh, coughs and sore throat, or money back. Extra bottle of IIYOMEI costs 50 cents. Adaptions.f rom Paris mgdols in neatly trimmed effects with sailor collar and long Revers; mode out ef Freaafe Serges summer wojght worsteds and Etamlne cloths in white, navy, and all colers. Coals aro made Ir Just the right leagife, semi-fitte- d and lined with rich, soft peau do cygne." Skirts cut on plafn, straight lines with suflioleat flultaass to insure walking comfortable. For motor, touring, driving and general wear, irt serges, pongees, tafletas, satins and fine linens Lingerie Gowns Of marquisette, voihfand soft muslins, in solid white, brdlderyjeifects satin and Iaco trimmed and the much desired, odftwd em-- " hr Charming Blouses etc, in gtirown exclusive models. Oriental trimmed effects In Helen pink, AHe Has and all rho other new colorings. Sailor colwr- - Dutoh neck styles with short sleeves; also high neak design with short or long sleeves. The strictly tailored waisfs in linen are much admired Of voile, marquisette, linon, Girls' Dresses and Waist -- In one-tim- e Peter Thompson and iCo-E- d styles Infants' and Children's Complete Outfits. While and colored dresses for school and party wear- - A particularly great Hne suitablekfor commencement aad confirmation. Straw hats, bonnets, pongee, linen, pique and cloth coats, rain dopes and rain coats, ohlWreH's kimoaas and underwear. Tho best equipped Children's Department In this State Our organization in New York keeps us in touch with every new thing brought out. Visit us now, when the best that this country offers is being shown The Necessary Accessories For The t Spring Toilet Charming Novelties in Neckwear Unique Collars of Lace and Embroidery i i T. S. I ODD Contractor and New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep ji full supply always of Easter. and Children's slippers for See Rice & Arnold. Soft Stock Latest Embroidered and Lace Jabots New Shetland Veils -- For Phaeton Store. Sala 43-2-t Al condition. .Wines Drug See Sexton for that low shoe, you want. Choice Staple arid Fanqy Groceries; Phone us j'our orders for quick delivery, No. 35. The smallest order igets our closest attention as well as the largest, flemember we sell Field A. M. Caden 2 P West Main 1 t t a- Builder 9 - ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Shop in Rear oi McKee Building 9 9 Easter at Churches At the Christian church Sunday morn in? appropriate Easter services will be hsld. The pastor will preach on "The Empty Grave tbe WoriU's Hope." At night the children, after the Misson Band, will give an entertainment. Tbe following is the musical program: Carter Orcan Prelude Hymn Christ the Lord Morgan Simper Anthem He is Risen Quartette Come, Let Us Worship. Park Solo Hallelujah... Homer Norrio Mrs. Elmeb Tate .'Dudley Buck Te Deum m E flat XXX, At the Baptist church the following speoial musical program will be ren dored: Chorus Ilosannah. Adams " Onoin Solo "God Shall Wipe' Away All Tears" ... Suljivan Hiss Eaglet Quartette "Nearer My God to Tneo" Lexington, Ky t Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky 5eeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. McKiinney Successor to Tate & S(in Telephone 35 E. Main 5treet t t t c Cluny Laces They are "The Thing" for whit0 goods this season as well as other wash materials. See the display of new ones on tables this week 326-33- 0 Flouncing Special 98c Incorporated n inch Baby Irish Embroidered Flouncing with bands to mateh Twenty-seve- W. Main Lexington, Ky Special Cut Glass Sale 6 $2.98 A Beautiful Medallion Portrait Our High Class Absolutely Free Tailor Made Suits A portrait that is worthy of a place in your exquisito Medallion wil make At$ 18.50, $20, $25, $30, $35. homo. Woyourself or you an friends, repiodueed "your Portrait of A Pronounced Achievement in the Art ot Tailoring Our tailored Suits make their appoil to thoso who are fastidious as to tho fit and hang of their garments and wish to avoid stereotyped offects. Every style shown in our broad collection has some note of distinction, achieving exclusiveness by innovations that suggest the best grade of custom work. Chief Justice Hobson. of tbe Oawtaf Appeals, was. in tbe city leal week tbe giMatef the family of tbe late V. H. Hobaoc. on Third street. Mrs. T K Hunt, of Iowa, who Has been here with Mr and Mn. Joba Sexton, bas irone to Etowafa, Team., for a vikit to her sikter. Mrs. K.'L Heialfr. Mrs. Sexton accompaaiod bar. Mies Gen rude BenniaggtieM. Going to Build? IF SO, LET UiS FIGURE YQJJR from any photograph free of oharge, whenever your purchases amount to S 10.00. Secure portrait checks at 'any counter where you mako a purchase. Women's Kid Gloves From ihe best maker? wu have selected those that will give satisfaction, and as for style, we show those that will add a touch of smartness and style to the Easter gown at a trifling cost. S1.00 Two clasp kid gloves with plain stitching in black, gray, tan, white and brown. 31.50 Two clasp kid gloves, Paris point, stitching in tan, while, brownT gray and .black. 2.00 The celebrated Trorousse glove with two pearl clasp in. green, wjiite. tan, brown, gray.bteck $3.50 Sixteen button real kid gloves in btaok and white. nwia until the show closes on Friday, Messrs. Tkayxob and Chenault MlSSBS TnAYXOR AND I)OTT What pnzeles her friends is to know how Mies Elizabeth can get along for four Solo "Hall Glorious Morn" ....Deibel Cecil Travsob long days without seeing her pet. It J IT This week marks the finishing touch- who has been stenographer with (he wholesale as for the Easier Bazaar, which will be grocer firm of Kllog & Co., Mt Sat- a heantifal event of Saturday and will urday for her home ia CamabeHsville be hold in the front room of the Hobson for aa indefinite leare of absence oa Re building, for the benefit of the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. Exquisite and dain count of ill health. John Sexton was ia London last ty hand embroidery, infantile apparel, Tnwsda and Friday, where he went to aprons; suabenaets. household linens; also templing eatable will be fpr tale. visit the local tribe of Bad Men of city. Mr Sexton is haollinjr his eaaaV Tbe ladies in oharge will servo lunch the public is invited to visit the ba dacy for a State office ia tuu aapalar soar. Ueers open all day. JJon t lor order. get the date. Saturday, April 15. wa Hon. D G. McTean.of Mies Louise Covington will leave Sat bere Stiuday the guet of Hob. L. B where she Mr. McVean represented urday for Washington, D. Herrhnrion gees as a delegate irom lioonesboro Jentoa in the last lerutlature jura was particalarh friendly to tfie bilk san-- Chapter, D. A. R-- . to the Continental portfog the Normal Seboeb: and appro- Oonpress, wbloh convenes in that, city next week, oegmning tbe lbth. the priations. will have a very fine report to make for Mr. and Mrs Win. Harper Mt last the local chapter along the lines of Paweek for Hollywood. California, where triotic educational work. Miss Covingthey will make their future lis mo. They ton will be accompanied by Miss Julia are bnMfaag a handsonte recall once, in Snnrr. representing the Lexington chapthat city and expect to spend the rest ter, and with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wil-als- o of their days there. Their son. Dr. ef Lexington, will have rooms Harper, is a prominent and wealthy at the Ebhkt House. After leaving dentist of Hollywood. Washington she will go to Xew York Mrs. Swoon Yeager. of Stanford, Miss City for a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs.' Dannie Weeds Eofteaaaa- - of Stanford, Edward Page, 2Jr and Mr. W. K. Rice, of Lewierille. Dr. and Mrs. C H. Vaught enter Dr. W. 0. Bailey, of Lotihwaie. and taiaed at ouehre last Thursday injionor Mrs Swing Hall, of Lexington, d of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Denny, and five a motoring party which remained tables enjoyed the evening. The Docin Richmond several hoars Satardajr, tor and wife are charming entertainers. en route to Lenisvilte from, Laneaster, The ladles' prize was awarded to Mrs. vu Whaeheeter, in Dr. Bailey's ear. George Phelps and the gentlemen's Mr. and Mrs. William Pattie. of prize to Mr. William Marstella. A deFrankfort, are in the city for a visit to lightful luncheon of substantial tvas Those present relatives. Mr. Pattie bas just finished served after the play. were Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Bennett, putting on an elaborate minstrel for the MkMleetwo Lodge of Mr. and Mrs. tlafc Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Eiks. He will be remembered here Sieve E. Vaught, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Along the same line when the leeal ledge Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. D 1L Chen-augave mmA a big attraction. Mr. Pattie Mr and Mrs. Alex Denny, Mrs. Barn is a member of Frankfort Lodge. George Phelps, and Muses-Madg- e xxx The Mothodist church is preparing for an Easter service at 11 o'clock on sunaay. it win De in the order of a "Rally Day" for the Sunday School. Hie members of the "Cradle Roll" and "Home Department" are expected to be present, xne exorcises will bo appro priate and helpful to alL LurBnt B!A 11 miii i er .i I mi It c Suits of Men's Wear, $20 New and very smart models in tan, gray, navy stripes. Coats and black with white hair-lin- e soverely tailored and peau de cygne lined. Skirts plain gored with habit backs. Values up to $12.00 Numbered tickets will be given aad persons holding first numbers will be gives iret eboice. Just another case of the superiority of tbaPtireell way of dekig things. Every pieee guaranteed perfect and all fine cuttings and very newest patterns. All pieces go ia this sale at oae price-Be- low we mention a few ef the many pieces in the sale: Ice Cream Trays, Cheese Dishes, Sugar and Cream Sets, Vases, "Water Bottles, Celery Trays, Nappies, Butter Dishes, Oval Dishes, Fern Dishes, Claret Jugs. Tumblers (C). Ice Tabs, Plateaux, Comports, Mayonaise Sets. Decanters, Bowls. Limit of three pieces lo a customer. t Children's Muslin Pants, 10c Q kJocu uuuuibu un u uiijr pair ui ottxiurea s muslin pants in ages 2. 4. C, 8. 10 ami 12. Made of extra quality muslin and exceptionally well made Have deep hem and cluster of fine pin tacks. ii u mm .r. mv it . i i 11 in mmt mum V i.n niinr.n m WWUiiiiili r m im i Beautiful Suits at $25 Braid trimmed and severely tailored models in navy, white and black serge, navy and black serge with white hair-lin- e stripes, black and white checks, men's wear striped fabrics, with jaunty short coats and new skirts. White Chamoiss Gloves SI. 00 One clasp white chamoise gloves with Paris point stitching and guaranteed washable. S2.75 Sixteen button white chamoise gloves with Paris point stitching, guaranteed washable. xxx xne loiiowing speotai services are an nounced for St. Mark's church lo cele brate Holy Week, the first being last evening with Stations and Benediction JSo services today: Thursday morning 7:30 High Mass and Devotions in honFriday or of the Blessed Sacrament. morning 7:30 Mass and Devotions in honor of the Passions of our Lord; Fri day afternoon 3 p. m. Stations of the Cross; Friday evening 7:30 Devotion and Sermon on the Passion of Christ. Holy Saturday crvice; Saturday the reading of the Prophecies, blessing of tbe paschal oandle and Mass; serv ices begin at 7 a. in. Easter Sunday Mass 7:30 a. m.; High Mass and sermon on tho Resurrection, 10 a. m. Sunday evening Sermon and- Benediction 7:30. U-u- Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Dainty Spring Neckwear , Covin, C Messaline Petticoat Special .Beautiful Silks for Dresses They are to be all the rage this season aud why? Because they do not cost any more than any other kind of a dress and besides they aro more dressy. They can be worn now as well as when the warm days come. 25c PlahTSoco Silks in all the popular shades. $1.00 Yard wide Foulards, in dots and stripes, in all the desirablo spring shades. WALL PAPER SOMETHING INEWI Now is the time to put 3To)ir h'use in order for the coming seasjin. Do you regulation want a change from thimrs vou have set n for vears? We are tirt?d of them, and w think you must be. "We have been Hooking "ior something different and better, and Qyme in and we have found them. ste tnest- - new thifgs Yqu will be as as we liye. . . pk-ase- d 6 C . ' $3.25 A clean-cu- t saving of nearly one half on one of these desirable petticoats f r spring. Made of an extra quality of messaline in tan, light blue, white green, navy, brown, changeables and black. A $5.00 value this week only, $3.25. New Neokwear Little Enough in Price. Little to pay for a little touch of smartness to the dress Jabots 25 and 50c Made of marquisette, net plown and mull. Dutch. Collars 50c Made of swiss, plown and marquisette. Tailored Stocks. 25c..Mado of madras, pique and lirfen in white and colors. Ascot Collars 25c Made of pique, linen, madras Byron Collars 15 and 25c Made of linen. Sailor Collars 75c .Large sailor collars made of marquisette and lawn trimmed with heavy lace edge. t 2 5 -- ' Low shoes to fit all feet at Sexton's. See tbe new ones Sexton has shoes. aera-pose- Presbyterian. As a beginning to the annual meeting k, Wall Paper Cleaning time is here and many people are contemplating having rooms You can have your old paper made to look like new to at ONE-FIFTtb'e price of new paper. "We guarantee all our work to be satisfactory or no charge. A trial will convince you. house-cleanin- g d. Spring of Transylvania Presbytery, Rev. Dr. Sweets, of Louisville, delighted two im menso audiences last Sunday at the Presbyterian church with his scholarly discourse on "The Christian Ministry." Monday evening Hev. J. V. Logan occupied the pulpit and was given a good hearing by many of his old friends. He is a former resident of Richmond and one of the brightest young clergy in the Southern Presbyterian churjh. An ac cident to Rev. Cary R. Blain's automo bilejust this side of Lancaster, prohibited him from occupying the pulpit at tbe morning service Tuesday. One of the most interesting sessions of the week will be thb evening, when Rev. H. "F. Williams will deliver a lecture on "Korea and Japan" illustrated with stercopticon views. Ladies' low shoes and slippers for Easter.. Rice & Arnold, Eastern din s tliaLtrings rejoicing Jbotwear Women's Shoes' to Match Easter Gowns 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 doth effects. Our study ot Fashion's us to offer you in Easter Shoes an assortment of beautiful effects in. jjumps, ties and oxfords in velvet suede, dictates-enables 213 West Main St eet; Wall Paper, Wmdow Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, ' Frames and Mirt prs. We Won't G lit Off too bi a piece of meat for you. As a matter of fact we doubt f we could. For those 3 patent, cravenette and tan Kentucky Girl Honored. "Mrs. Carrie Bothchllds Sapinsky, a former Louisville giri, now of N w York, bas made a three years' engagement manager .of the with M. Metropolitan Opera Co, "to sing six men Ihs each season. She is to simr one ef the contralto roles in Paul Duka's opera. "Ariane et Barhe Bien," with ! Geraldiae Farrar m the title role. Whea quite a young xirl. at thai tlnte Miss. "Carrie RoUtghtlat," ht c&me to Sieh- 1 . 1 la l W i mgmm kimi umay onweiii nainw n 1.111 in tosJofcjh an wnnfjnlnwBiit not ton ap by Gatti-Casazza, H ONE-FOURT- who b y meat here reguarly You Also CfetB Fresce Work an Ijlsosuisg All orders wromjttir attended to. Will J UtATX ORDERS AT CLIMAX G. C. - now or .Kavaaa, rortso vmmm m '4Mjra fund of the Christian fUHti fjilniiiMMfiii Tvmrlai euujTo N declai e that none of it ever goes tmwaste.Glt is so tender and BpOthsome, so different f mm rdinar meats tbt-none tntnks of leaving any un- ealena TnereTJuo waste aboijti pur msfcts, J VU M.BUW what pat means. o t Just Must See, -- Come in .Now While our Stock is Fresh These THE o W It Will B A Mutual Pleasure f. 3. mm ft planner, ft i tm 1 Home oi Good difae . JTreprietrnt ..JftcHiiv Aieaey tmr wfeKM SXe for ar. m . ' ' - Tr T i I i) n . r 1 1 If; 1 Don't : Overlook : Good A : Things fie Richmond Climax. ( "Farm News Hems ei Interest t The Far-Mr, Ike Grower aai tk StockmsR. Till Of J f $ The Man who Invented the hinged collar button and got rioh by it, saw a gecd thing that had been within six inohos pt millions of mon's eyes for HTiy years. THE UMAX PI1NTING GO (Incorporated.! A. 1). Hall er W. Q. Vhito Vres. and -- Mr. - . ' Editor Young chap camo into" the .store Saturday' Vaught Steve t 1 Wanted to know the minute he e;o inside tltmbiril whether we had suoh and such a suit, that wag, .in KENTUCKY PfitSS ASSOCIATIOS the window on .Monday.' No it was sold knew ad It" he satd "a friend of mine has it on." rUBUSKERS LEAGUE. Eid tm DISTRICT l to admired that suit in tho window two Dr three times but I'll bo giggorcd if I thought it could eificB YEAR PER fl.00 be bought for the price he told me he paid." 'Got IK ADVANCE anything like - it" "Why don't you put price's on them in the window?" "Who made the suit any- WEDNESDAY APR, 12 1011 -. -I SccV-Trea- s. way?" - "It's a Schloss Bros & Go. Suit to them." . Winchester May Not Have Base Ball Club 14 One of the line of the "Clothes Beautiful;' 4Well let's see some of shem they're certainly, some class Blue Grass League This Year. the affairs, of tho Win: chesto ' Baseball club has arrived. Last scaso a largo amount of money was lost. You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co. Tho lub: managers and friends have label on the Coat Collar. Also by the Custom swallo; .ved that lost and wiped it out. But the cotnin season is now Made Look Tho ci ub must either get. ready to play immediately or be disbanded or tho Just after the sale we are showing francljtso sold. Thoj men who stood the brunt last -, year $ro prepared to spend money this vear (ogive Winchester a good cluo. But tjiewill not do it all. The publio EspecThey arc all chock full of new sprlng'stuil. must' stand part of tho brunt or the ially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, expends or there will bo no club. Laces, etc Come and sec them before, they are The men at tho head of the affairs picked over they are new and fresh now. Our new have decided that if $1,000 is raised they line of Imporial Dross Skirts have just arrfved and will gj? ahead. If this amount cannot" no the stylos and weaves arc very beautiful. Come and be sedured they will quit. They ask ono to donate anything. They have see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any other prepared 100 season liokets which'they Wo have just market. Our styles are oxolusive. will lell at $10 apiece. This is the received some new Tailor-mad- e lor ladies. If you don't need a spriag suit it will pay you to see the new styles and actua) cost of the games.. It sttcms a pity that tho Club should get prices. Schloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to oome in in all thoir new spring glory. bonu). out of business for so small a Oar line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladies are already in stock. Make sum. The game is of interest to all. your selection now while you can get your size- - Our Wm. Kneeiand Shoes and Oxfords for men are 'showing up It is dn advertisement of the city to have better than ever for this spring. See them, get our prices and see the new things In every department we can a goot'i team here. It affords an honest, save yon money on every purchase. clean sport for young and old. Winches tor cannot alTort to lot the Club go. It must bo saved Winchester News. Several enthusiasts frdm Mt. Sterling have made an offor for tho Winchester olubsnd takoit over if tho Clark county pconll) want to lot it go. Mt. Storlin fans aro anxious to have a team and will rjut up most any amount of monoy. $15.00 up ment Tlj crisis in New Goods in Every Depart- attention 01 mo sueop Dr.eeucis (lie county is called to a, recent rul ing; of. tho State Live Stock Sanitary Bo$.rd. Thy?' rjuling is, thai no one is allowed to move his shecp off of J'js farjp for any purposo until lney nayo been Inspected byome county or State inspector and has tho certificate of such Inspection that such sheop are free froi disease. This board lias also rule against all railroads, companies and all otherlines of tntosporation forbidding"" thein to ac-cany sheep for shipment, oitherin or out of tho State, unless accompanied py a certificate of health. 1 livery man in tho State who expects tooll any lambs or sheop of any age hai better see his magistrate at once Inspector nas ami know that been appointed for his county;- also that sUchJnspector is busy. The law provides 7or such Inspector and that th Fiscal court shall pay the inspector for his services. Get busy and see atKHit your own flock'. The Kentucky Shoep Breeders Association has been fighting against just suuh conditions aslhis for two years, but many farmers have paid no atten tion whatever to the mattort so now it is.rap to each sheep owner to scantier hit. own interest. ct r ex-pr- ess FOR SHERIFF Lands. to ann&uncr ELXER We of for D RATHE KAGE Tbd irtbw'eslem Mntual Lite In- Madison courtly, a candidate the aheriS ot action subject to Co., will loan money at 6 per Democratic party surance cent interest on good improved farm We nre nnthotlied to announce JOHN K. BALDWIN a candidate tor Sheriff of Madlands on Mortpe. ison county, subject to the action ot the Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. Democratic party. Richmond, Ky. We nre authorized to announce N. Ji lONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W'f nr. mitlinHvffi tn nnnotince IT. It. COL YE K a candidate for Shetlft of MadU wn county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. Weare herein- - authorized to announce I'AV II IlKXtflXnrnndlilalp fnr Sherlll of Madison County, subjeet to the aetJon of tiie Democratic party. I. R. Pennington SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Dentist. We are authorized to announce BlSNIA- OlTJco next door to Govornmonl builJ MIV K. Kmv'AKDS. n candidate for Su ru.rlntonilr'nt nf Puhllc Schools of Madison Ing Richmond, Ky. county, subject to the actlou of the Demo cratic party. FOR JAILER We are authorized toannounceMORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jailer of Jlmliwon' county, subject to the actlou-o- i tne demoDentist cratic party. Telephoni 267 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W. F, Office in Oldham Building A KMAJ! n pnndidnte for AsseiworoCMod- Bon county. sntjcct to the action qf the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK . Wc nre authorized to announce EaRnoC, Bnceessor to Hareio SrDtnnr House n candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party Over SUte Bank & Trust Company C-- The Fine Young Stallion SHERWOOD Will make thtSaMA of 1911, at say pisee at Red House, Kmi uefcy. at Money $1200 to Insure a Living Colt dae when ooH Is fealeil or ware parted with. Llea retained on Mfwe fee SHERWOOD te a rich dmtmrt. f yw oM, lfTfcuHfe high, and has splendid styiG'nnd action. Sfcerweed te by Parodr19f!. lie by Nutwood 000. he by Belrawl Si, he by AfettatMi 15, eta. Skecweod's first dam by BgalMo, reard IteSl: seeotiU dam by Peariite 85; 3rd dam bf CepperbottoBi cott for 1 : ( Dr, Robt C Boggs lit ged bone and a bfoek Jaek with white poteU. muscle and SAM H. T Howard, he dam Hnekett's Jenoot. Sam II. "s proven himself a good breeder. 8e aetkm. Sam II. in by Griggs' Tsai, by Hamilton's Bkr Joff. he bjr Oala Weeds' Boss Tom. hands high, with he by First seeesI dam OsIIIha' Jamtet. lie has 9 years oU. ovor 15 t 58.00 to Insure a Living Colt Money dve when colt U (bated or mare parted with. Lien retained on eslt for soevtoe'ee. Care taken to prevent awMeats, bnt net responsible should nay I will stand my horse and jnek my place al Red House, Ky. R. Emmett Million DENTIST TELEPHONE 2S eer. it 4arryM a-nm- rn Real Estate. All persons desiring either Ho sell or purchase land or other property or to make rentals of same will find it to their interest to place the same with mo as I am a memtcr of the Rational tive Realty Co., ot "Washington, with agents throughout the United States, Maxicojind Cuba. Also my services as auctioneer may be secured by calling on mo at my residence, No. 200 Third St S. E. Scott. Richmond. Ky. Co-ope- Blanton, Benn'tt R. A. COSBY DENTIST Bni.-m- In z. nlT tELnPHONB 184 H. L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky CrowBrBridgo and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in .Bank Building. GREENLEAF tho county are to Roports from-ovetho effect that tho peach crop Is badly damaged if not totally ruined. Tho buds were just ready to burst out when the biting cold weather made its appearance the last of March. Van Benton claims that evorv tree ho has seen shows that the freeze brought sorious trouble. f22-t- f & HERRINGT0N Best Patent Flour. 100 pounds lot 82.70; 50Q pounds 2.00. Cut Rata Grocery Stores. i 6 lpt I Lawyers Oflico in Douglas & Simmons' new two carloads of hogs to Cincinnati, last Wednesday and ono on Saturday, 'ine price paid was from C to G 2 cents Tho marketrfor hogs is Skaky, and buyers aro'cxDectlnff five cent" hogs beforo May 1st. -- J. W. Bales and Mat ... Shoaror- - shipped Building on Second Street opp. Court House For Sale. Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. tf R. K. STONE Apply Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Riohmond, Ky Oldham Bldg. For Sale. I have three rubber tired buggies, two road wagons, must bo sold at on ae. Good stuff and in good shape. Robert Walker, Richmond. Ky. 10-2t From the Basement to the Roof We carry' in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS Todd-Edwards W. D. Oldham & Co. IT IS TO INSURE YOUR IIOUSK WITH I M ove Have Moved My - BETTER Work That Tells. The Kind Richmond Readers Appreciate cino you must investigate tho cures and see if they prove permanent, Doan's Kidujiy Pills stands this test, and plenty of nn-o- f exists right here in this locality. People who testified years ago to relief from backache, kidney and urinary uts ordorii, now declaro that relief was per manent and the euro poneot. lan any lUchinond suueror longer doubt tho on donci? Satiuol T. Greene, Holt street, Mt Sterling, Ky., says: "I can corroborate tho p'ablic statement 1 gave in May 1903 in nritise or Doan s Kidney 1'ills. 1 can not ticpross how much good Doan's Kidney Pills did me,- - in fact, I doubt if I would bo alive woro it not for them, You may continue to use my namo and say that I recommend Doan s Kidney -- S. B. Totoot, of Jonosvllle, Va., pur chased hero last week 2 pair of. fine mules from Judge A. R. Buniam for SSOO. and 1 pair from Conny Galnos, at the mouth of Muddy oroek, for $175. Attobnbyat-LA', Thoso aro among tho best lot of mules KENTUCKY. SlflHMOND. offered for sale this year. Mr. Poteot JtBce over SUte Bank & Trust Co., op-nurohascd them for private use. Judge noaite Court Honse, on Main btreet. Bornam purohasod a pair of mules from John and Ed. McCord for $T5. w Eggs For Sale. I have for snlo Brown Leghorn and Barred Plymounth Rock eggs. Setting 15 eggs, SI. Also few pairs beautiful and popular African geese, SlOper pair. I am also agent for the eelebrated Cyphors Incubators, brooders and Poul try appliances foods and supplies. Tel ephone 5 ring 3, Waoa, Ky. Clark Rice, R. D. Nn. 3, Richmond, Ky. Lumber Co. mer Main & Phone 00 Orchard Richmond, K Dr. C . D, R. Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD Joe Oldham shipped a carload of hogs Graduate McKIlllpp Veterlnsrj Ct liege of Chicago. Ill R Mainhart A Wonderful Display of Handsome li i Cuds that last are cures that tell. To Friday and ono Monday to Cincinnati, thoroughly know tho virtues of a medi- - purchased at SO. Veterinary Surgeon Grocery & Meat IVIarlcet a Its poor policy to wait untill you have M xow Dan II. Breck. to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be. purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please w ftro to begin thinking about insurance Do it now. Wc write the host policies is mo lime 01 year to Iced your Jowls x sood tonic. - Rll-1- 4 cures Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healthy, but makes tliem lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteed by druggists, Stock ion & Son. Try il under the guarantee- - Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. Lim-bernoc- k. I'llls'tiigliiy." For sale by all dealers. Ptlce &0 u Co.. Buffalo centi. New! York, sole agents for the United States. the name Doan'a and take no other. Fostor-Milbur- Eggs For Sale. From my Single Comb Brown Leghorns, SI per setting of 15 .oggs, or 40 eggs for $2. Also breeder of Bourbon Bsd Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpington, and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of correspondence. ' Sirs. Wallace Gilbert, mO Smo , It, D. No, 8, Itichmoad, Ky.' ConstipaUon brings many ailmonts in its tram and is the primary causo of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular, magam, and you will escapo many of the ailmonts to whioh women aro subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it may lead to serious consequences. Nature often needs a little assistance and when Chamborlain's Tablets are given at tho first indication, much distress and sulloring may bo avoided. Sold by Stockton &. Son. Notice to. Creditors Al) persons having claims against the Yours for Fresh Goods J..R. PA Irvine Street The. RKE Telephone 39 Climax estatl) of James 0. Lackey, deceased, arc ljeroby notified to prosent same pro perly vorified as required by jaw to tho undoirsfgnod Executors ofjsaid .Jamos 0, Lackey for yaAment on or beforo the first (lay of May 1011. And all persons bpln indobted to tho said James C. .Lackey oithcr oy note or account, aro notified to come and pay same without-, vt i 'xuiiif r iiuviue, uuu suvu cusi. uiveu un der dur hands as executors of James C. Lackey. This tho 20th day of March 1911.! Ky Indications all year in Koulucky, according to roports received by the Commissioner of Agri culture and ombodlod in the first spring crop report Tho report was given out SURVEYOR last weok and is as follows: Tho weath or during the'mbnth of Mitrch has been solicage of thoso its patron needing ser Thoro has vices of a competent man. Address, favorable for farm work. Iwen a great deal of plowing done, some RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. communities roportlng 75 per cent, of the ground broken up. The rainfall during the winter has been suffloiont to keep the jmall grain in good condition but has not been heavy so that the "Will buy or sell your house, ground is breaking up in excollent con dition. This is ono good indication of a farm town lots or anv thing good crop this yoar as it is of very great else in the Real Estate line. importanco to have a good seed bod be Any business intrusted to foro planting. Tho warm weather in him will be promptly and February and tHo first of March, follow-- e carefully attended to. See by tho freezes lator, has resulted in him if his services are needtho peach crop being killed and the ap- ed. ple crop also will be very light in a We represent iron, bound great many sections of tho state. The re damage to other fruit orops can hardly Insurance Companies member this. be determined yet. Office at J. R. Azblll's Stable Office Phono 99 point to a good crop Res. Phone 532 f Richmond For Sale. I havo a spIeHdid carriage for sale. Brewster, in fine eonditim, it is a. a depot wason. oarry four or five people. It has both summer and winter side doors, pole and shafts. I also hare a set of hand made carriage harness and a large gentle harness horse all of whioh I will sell worth the money. Dr. Ckireneo H. VaughU Dan II. Breok, life, fire and acoident China, Glassware, Queensware and many beautiful designs in Jardiniers, Flowers Pots and Vases For your spring flowers come in now and see this exclusive display H. e. DOTY, Sewell & McKinney 1 L 'a James & Hunley insurance PraMe-Ameri-ca- tf 40-- 1 42 North Second Street Telephones 1 Toilet Articlesand Extracts n I am representing the Ilygienie Company asd am pre pared to furnish the htehost grade of toilot artioles and ostrnots. 6 and 223 Our Grocery Department will have early VEGETABLES and the choicest the market affords No. 20G JIns. Bettib Third SC. TsMrLBMAX, Richmond, Ky, Lost. Black sow, weighs about 273 pounds, Strayed my place adjoining farm of Mrs. from W. J. Collins, on Union pike, about March 10th. Reward for information leading to recovery. right ear about half goae. the Wonder Age of the - g j Climax & Be,st Job Printing Farmer Uses centtated form ingredients of establish ed therapeutic value for tho prompt alFire, Life, Accident and Health Insur leviation of all kidney and bladdcr'ail- anoo in the very best old line Companie taenjs. Foley Kidney Pills are antisep-- J tic, ionic ana restorative. Do not allow Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. t-- f, Foi.cy's Kidney Pills contain: in con- - My idea of real anger is when best blood lines in America and are giva woman has been dealing with ing better bargains than ever beforo in oae jrrocery for a long time and eggs from choice matings' S8 per lo. D'avinsr cash, and then finds out Ireo ranga flock $1 per 15; Colored Musper ll. Orders taken a neighbor has been paying less covy duck eggs $1 for baby chicks, satisfaction guaranteed for the same. Better join me Mrs R C Coomor 5 t 2 in a few visits to a place where Speedwell, Ky prices are lowest and no favor When a medicine must be given to ites. young'childron it should be pleasant to Phone-Waco, 5-- Betsy's Pointers 40-t- f Standard Xeal Fohbbs. Bred R. I. Reds. We now haVe stook from soe ef ik How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We aw kondqiMrtors for 5, M asd 35 coat goods. For 5 cents you can bay many items tfcat ordinarily for a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth Hp lo a quarter. We Itave everytfifeg in sil Eaameled Ware, Tiaware, Imported China, Glassware, Weodeaware. Brashes, Cutlery, etc, and avery pries marfcod m pis is Hgtires. Buy yoar household goods here aod SAVE MONEY Up-to-d- ate FM The Best Implements We have tihe latest improved and the Srjn&Qi's are rapidly discarding the old ones for the Neiv Improved ow v Wm. J. Oliver dentof eaciotner. Think of this. Have you seen it Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW,, positively the best ever invented with a guaraji&eeagainst breakage of f rgg and a point aad a landslide that is indepen-- ' . sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Foley's Kidney Pills at onco. Refuso Sold by Stockton & Son Ointment gives instant relief, cures substitutes. quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All Officers Chosen. druggists sells it. At Iho regular election of officers for Novor can toll when you'll mash a fin-sthe Ensuing year, hold last Tuesday by or suflor a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil Ricljmond Commaudery Ko. lO.Knights instRntly relieves tho ly cures Temjplars, tho following wero chosen; the wound. Emijieiit Commander, James W. Wagers; jlenoralissimo, E. C. Stockton; Captain ifieneral, A. M. Davidson; Senior Warden, Ceorgo Simmons; Junior War-den- .j Nicholas Harber, Prelate James W. Hamilton; Trcasurer,vJ. O. Morgan; Reorder, .J. A. Higgins; Standard Beae&r, Clark Rico; S"ord Bearer, :Tudor; Warder, McCreary Sim1 -A com-mi- tt mon ; Sentinel, E.T). Ballard. Je was appointed (6 go toLoxington at oil ce and make preparations for head-qulers for. tho Commandory during the innual conclave which convenos in that city the middle of next month. 1 ill Stand My Good Jack pain-quick- "Deo'tlet the baby sutfor from eczema, the reach of medicine, but start taking youij kidney trouble to progrcss beyond Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 02 Opera House Building take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedjis made from . loaf sugar, and the roots used in its preparation givos It a flavor similar to maple syrup, making It pleasant to take. It has nosuperior for colds croup and whooping cough. For Salo by Stockton--& Son. 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building Good Quality WE OFFER And Recommend -- T f Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES -- robacco Canvas at 2 3c per yard t for Investment El-va- dr A Dobrowsky a: Richmond Electric & Power Company's Six Per Cent Convertible First Mortgage RICHARD at the Otter Creek Slock Farm, 3 miles 'he Sound Sleep of Good Health. TAYLOR & OLDHAM northeast of Richmond, for tho Season of 1011, at $10.00 . To Insure a Living Mule Colt, and with return privilege. $10 to Season for Jennet Can not bo overestimated and any ail- t that prevents it is a menace to (h. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, says: I have been unable to sleep ly nights, because of pains across jack and soreness of my kidneys, ippetite was very poor and my goncr-ndition was muen run down. 1 .been Jakine Foley's Kidney Pills i short time and now sleep as sound focK, my general condition ts and I know that Foley grcat-mprove- GOLD BONDS In Denominations of of $ 1 00.00, sr I Barca Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to; Shrink or Fade $500.00 and $1,000.00 At 100 and Interest (subject to prior sale) HbH Non-Taxabl- e, -- " 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes" from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from d, . Lrdfes' Ready to weUr :GQ6d& are arriving daily. Ele- 5 - jgant styles. Respectfully alw'ays follovv the use of Foley He is 4 years old, 15 1-- 1 hands high ley Pills. They are a prompt cor-jv- o and blaok with white points, good body of urinary irregularities. Tr y and bone, and;has proved himself a sure foal getter and ft good breeder. Flooded,; RICHARD isbyR. P. McCord's jack, 'Richmond Chief, and outof a Bourbon cry creek in Madison county was Qhief Rennet. swd flea last week and out of their banks Many All care taken to prevent accidents. and iences wero washed nway. bjft. not responsible should an' occur, poo ilewero prevented from- - traveling deep fords. One of Mares and jennets kept on grass and on ccount of the the lUviest rains in years fell for" two II feed at reasonable rates. ; da enough to last until tobacco plant- - I At These Bonds can be converted into the Seven Per Cent. Preferred Stock of the Electric Company, which. stock is issueel in exchabge for the Bonds and for no other purpose and pays dividends quarterly. ' Descriptive Circular Mailed on Application . M 1 Ifine Line New Style "W 1 the same time and place I will stand fne- - ' , Or- - H , My Mrs. J. M. Barlow New Gibson Building ' fine Saddle allicm, 3 L. lI Investment Securities ' " ' M&fT I lW' Wf k ' HT "JpRHr f,. I JL ' and Furaishiar Good, Suit Id fS fm . Mm lk S M' 55 Bhck Diamond At 3 1 0 to Insure.: jr. To work. wiuord AdHs 1 -- Main Street a ho trUmt "I ws confided te -fVV will chronle rhWMUsm asd wdtuf.a I igil. - u hi fujaii ffW i'--i ,1a3 " yPt - " 1 . . -w ::r HBBB . - pncea . " ? dasgoods. ' ! . mmMA tane ittr He 1 - .' ; r r r ... ; -- Mai 'I ii 2 Mi 1 !. - l! . - r . j. VVTien Add something each :3,ime ou year that will make your more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of houso furnishings at one time . spring. ou will be surprised, though, how rapidly your u.ime becomes attractive with nejsr things, "if you follow this plan of adding something nej? every Kenton Suits Hanan Shoes Fit and Wear And that's why we. s ell them; our trade is the most critical in Madison county, 'and must ha ft the best. A Kenton- Suits fits- when you put it on, and it keeps on fitting. The - Lower Prices on We have decided to sell all Hanan Low Cuts and all plain leather Try-I- t A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-liia- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. shoulders keep their perfect form the collars "still set well around the neck the fronts and lapels hold the shape put into them by careful -- ENNETTand HIGGINS UNDERTAKING for sale at bargain iwness Office Normal School. i o ingtoa & Thorpe for gro u will sow 10 cents on every conscientious tailoring and the fabric, be it worsted, cheviot or serge, retains its freshness because of its superior quality. mm nhi Piano mOKel Cuban Burnam's and see us. Insurance Star, 5c Call gtf Agency. r Tallon Todd, contractor and builder, to Owm MoKec, Rlobmond & Tt,l xujguv;u an ' goods aad notions. Others late of Tnrnln office on First street in the McKee w hy not you. tf 1! tl uuuuing. A. Shetten, agent for Hurst " For 5ale Ob. Write me er phene 151 riitg"2. Mfta Cky, Ky. Show case as good as new. Ed. C. Wines. B.-Btdor's !.e a treat to visit department and see the new Lost les and alt the desirable mod- Amethyst breast pin. Return to Glimax and receive $1.00 reward. iioroughly prepared to !b all s f screen work at lowest pric-I-.. .Friday and Saturday Special m call at Douglas, Simmons & Den'l fal to see our 4 and S cent cash 42 8m RA. Barlow. counter Friday and Saturday. v nee. Sowell of rheumatism refief from & McKinney. , r s &leep atrf rest possible This 5upper. Ma;ned to Hpolying Oh am bo rStockton nimeni. For Sale The Ladies of the Baptist church will give a strawberry suppor tho first week 43-la May. Watoh for the date. Notice ' ar Spring Suits are ready in a profusion of beautiful patterns and styles. Browns and Tans, Blues and Grays in every conceivable combination of attractive colorings. Many of these suits come only one-- suit of a kind, for men who want something different from other men. 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 "They Are The Finest Made -- and you will believe as we believe that ' For Men." Come and see the new Spring Styles when you're ready. -- $5.00 All low cuts, and all plain $6.00 For the finest patent colt and patent kid 1 . We would suggest early buying for choice selections. I leather hfeh shoes A great stock of other dress shoes at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Kenton Suits $15 to $25 t i Uther Good Suits $ 1 U to -I 1 teams begins y and from now until the first of October tho fans all over tho country will be happy. The nearest league game to Richmond will boat Cincinnati, when Pittsburg linos up against the Reds and several For Sale. enthusiasts are there to witness the conT.-for liatflWwg from healthy, s test. Nest Sunday will see a big crowd go d Barred Ply-- . from here as ned. the L & N will put on i s Rocks, biro of the best breed-- ! Crstspcoial excursion for the season with for 15 eggs. $&D9 An-1reduced rates for the round trip Will Close Mm. S. K. Uiwbbrak, A. B. C. patent flour, price, 24 pound : Laneasior, Ky. Session saok 59 conts. Sowell & McKinney. ' to-da- " land my SMmr Qreek Red Boar homo m Dig IIHI ajaauo at Monoy due wfceasexrioe Is ron-- I Lave forssteswqo idac sheets ugh for sorvtee. W. B. Turley Big Hill Ave. -- Begin To-da- y' vi The National League of base ball n Covington & Banks THE STORE FOR QUALITY nBntfcclSnnnlftS! J J 2.5U HH n ti local far-rfeo- FISCAL COURT Its 5emi-Annual Prominent Elks. CITY COUNCIL Holds Regular April Session Last Thursday High Tide. Opera House. Dan Cupid will be the next attraction at the opera house, coming Thursday evening. The house has been " dark" this week on account of undergoing some now papering and frescoing, and ovory thing will be ready for tomorrow evening's program. It is one of the prett-tiemusi and most tuneful of the lij-'cal comedies playing this section of the country this season. st To Bowling Green. Profs. E. Advertising. . At Irvine. Today Levy To Be Made. " . was court day at Irvine a$d a Ghurch Improvement The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in tho council chamber Thursday evening, April 0, Mnyor Rice in tho chair and all the cotincilmen present except Mr. Sexton. Minutes of the last and also of an ad journed meeting were read and ap proved. City officers made their reports for tho month of March. Collector O'Neil reported as collec tions for the month 31,192.45. Of this $1,169.54 had been turned over to the general expenso fund, $21.01 to the school fund and SI0.97 to the sinking fund. Chief Allman reported for tho month 3S arrests, of whom 27 were convicted and fined, tho fines amounting in the aggregate to $99.00 collected. Eleven of the 3S were dismissed or finos " An addition and repairs to the Meth d crowd was present, iadudlBg The Madison county Fiscal court will .At ion front Madison. Mr. Joe odist dhuroh of this city will shortly be close its regular semiannual meeting v as otw of the budget men at begun. This is a day of tho "Church today, having adjourned over from last . i capital. Gabbard 5ale. I .rJoUnC. Ctmtnnh as assignee P 'iiibbard, sold at public auotien nesday at Oonway, all the per-- . included in tfe assets of the Long Ton Ohonoult conducted :C Several K total etid people , 'stung" by the aostgnraent of Gab- at hope to oottoet about sixty ; a the dollar. "V.--, and Work," and in order to do its work it must have the necessary room and We are glad to see the equipment churches of our community awakening to their opportunities and responsibili ties. Our opportunities and rosponsi bilitios are exceptionally great because of the large number of young people at tending our schools for ten months of the ybar. Sexton has them low shoes. the new styles in Buys Property. 1 Paint. Lick, o purchased the preperiy at that l icp Torn.orly used as a creamery and w '. '.v. ate it aod convert it into a As soon as eempleted he will Mi;h his faBy. The property v cost $tW9, hot was pur- 1 oy Mr. Ballard for S4.7G0. Mr Oeorpe Balhud, of "' Manager Lewis For the New Team Arrives And Talks Over Plans For Season. President Herrlngton Is surely optimistic as to the base ball outlook. r, "Conny" The new Tudor. Lewis, arrive! Monday and will begin " bert Tudor, the eighteen-year-ol- d at once to arrange all preliminaries beof Mrs. Kate Tuder, died at tho fore the men report for duty. Upon the .e of his mother on the Barnes Mill advice of Lewis, President Herrlngton on the 2nd ns',, after a short 1H- - signed three men from the Southern - of pneumonia. Besides his moth-- ii league and they will report the latter roe brothers and two sisters sur-bi- part of this month. Lewis plays third The remaios wore interred base and comes well recommended. ue Richmond coeaetory last Tuesday There will be about twenty men to seith. lect from, and it is impossible to say now just how the line up will be or who Luxurious Home. will bo "traded, rolcasod or sold outi;p of the most splendid homos is the right. ' irass rogioBof Kentuoky is that Manager Lewis will lake this matter r.ied mid-wa- y between Danville and up at once with the assistance of the rodsburg, and belongs to tho estate President and the directors. Tho Clim.p lat Jodge Jos. K. Sumrall. It ax is making an effort to'secure the seruios 420 acres of land that is in a vices of Mr. "Jimmy" Conway, the exstate of cultivation, and is at port fan and noted authority on the in blue grass. It is situated game, for contributions each week. uod a half milos from Danville A meeting was held by tho directors i i e and ooo-hamilos from Harods-.-- ti and a number of enthusiasts last and is surrounded hy several of Monday evoning and several important He idest and host known families in matters discussed. It was decided to hand- - have all men report here by the 25th, so iaic. It has a twelve-rooortck boose. In order to settle up there wilLbo ample. time for the new r state, the place wHl be sold in front manager to look them over carefully. .f court house door in Danville Ken-vo- n One or two oxhibition games will be Monday, April 17, Opportn-- v played, but it has not been decided just purchase suoh a borne does not who wiUi. Central University is anxs come within a life time. If you ious for a game and also the Shamrocks "? any information regarding the and of Covington. - terms, ets, write J. A. Oheck, er Commissioner of the Boyle CircuiThey are here all the new styles in footwear at Sexton's. t urt, Danville, Kentuoky. oa's. player-manage. pres-Tuosi- ly ' lf ; u can find the low shoe you want at r Tuwnnrrsinnnnnrinnnnnnrisuinn rata 3 You realize tliere are many kinds of slices. We call this shoe a pleasing are pleased yon are satisfied. 1 shoe. If yon RICE AND AlRN(MLD i week. The principal business last week was allowing claims, and this alone occupied nearly two days of the court's time. Each district of the county is well represented and ho county has a better qualified set-o- f men to handle its busi ness affairs. The contract entered into by the county to allow tho Pattle A. Clay inBOB TEBRILL firmary $1,000, will be received by all Who ins just completed a most success This with much favorable comment. ful year as Fxnhed Ruler. is for the indigent sick of the county and considis a big sum for a year's work, ering the very few who havo been taken care of by this institution in the past by order of the county. Judgo H. C. Rice, a member of the The treasurer's report showed on Fiscal Court, was appointed to repre hand S5295.38 as general expense fund sent thitt body on the Board of Govern and $4117.14 as sinking fund to meet ors for the Pattie A. Clay infirmary. payment on school bonds, making a to Sheriff McCord, Commissioner Dun tal in city treasury of $9012.49. Infirmary, and Commissioner bar, of tho Contract was awarded to Geo. En with the Uunloy (made settlements glish at $50 per year, his being tho lowaccepted. court, which were est bid, to keep in repair and in good Some much need repairs to the inter running order tho four public water house were ior and exterior of the court troughs and the fountain, the stipulaordered dono at once, and Judgo Shack tion being mado that any time tho up tho elford was appointed to take troughs or fountain are not in good runmatter. ning order, payment shall bo deducted great The county has experienced a H for such time. . deal of trouble secur.ng rock and an or Building permits were granted Joshua der was made directing Supervisor Crenshaw to erect a small building on Shearer to make a last olfort to secure Four Mile road; also to Jas. M. Crutcher by purchase or lease the required numto erect a small houso near tho barrel ber of quarries and, if unsuccessful, to factory; also to Jonah P. Rucker to erect BILLY OLDHAM institute condemnation proceedings at once in omcr not to uoiay me grcai Who tis installed Friday evening as a rosidence to cost from $2,500 to $3,000 on Third nnd Woodland avenue Exalted Ruler for the ensuing year. work that is now under way on the The sewer committee was instructed county. Tho court did not roads of the to investigate a septic pool on College expect to encounter such an obstacle, as street and to at once abate tho nuisance. being unable to procure all tho rock Collego street is a short street running needed, but it seems as if tho land own along the line of tho Normal school ers are not anxious for a deal. property extending from Second street County Supervisor Shearer was order to Lancaster avenue. ed to take matter up at once of purchas The Finance committee approved ing a steam rock drill. bilLj amounting to $2,401.83 and they Coupons Nos. 20, 21, 22 and 23 of tho wero ordered paid. Of this amount turnpike bonds, of the denomination of $1,250.00 was for tho water bill for tho 61,000 each, were reported paid by quarter ending April 1st. were burned Treasurer Evans and-thc- y Soveral other matters of minor im in the presence of the court. portance were discussed. Action .on physi Dr. J. M. Sams was same was deferred until next meeting. at tho County Infirmary. cian On motion council adjourned. Tho court, acting on a petition of the In this connection it is of interest to Red House and vicinity: de citizens of note thatttho city's finances are run on cided to erect a bridge over the east practically a cash basis. All general prong of Otter creek not to cost over espouse is paid monthly, bill for light is 81,500, and the order was made and CLOTHES paid every sixty days and the water bill and Supervisor Judge Shackelford tOAMMIItO quarterly. Shearer appointed to handle the matter. About tho only business of importance Too correct things tn tan and gun JOHN NOLAXD of today's session will be the making of metal low shoes for the young man. $3, the county levy for tho ensuing year, $3.5) and $1. Riee Arnold. Cholien Esteemed Loyal Knight. TL JT ANY a man would only be too happy to wear ready- and this matter will be very carefully Country Fire. studied. ciotnes, if they would only nfc naif way JL Clean Up. Sparks from a kitchen flue ignited the' XT Burnam's Insurance Agency for Fire decently. Are you one of the many? Possibly you've never Mayo: Rice is figuring on a clcanup roofing at the country home of Mrs. 43tf Insurance. week, tti begin May 1st. Every resi Alice Tribble, last Thursday afternoon, looked around enough gone to enough trouble to find good dent of lihe city is to take that week for and! on account of tho high wind, the Gives Up. clothes. Perhaps you're an easy going fellow, one who Clark Barker, a keen eyed mountain cleaning upmurposes and every bit of residence burned to the ground within to make trouble. Eegardless of what kind of a it ho premises placed in barrels, a county trash on eer from the backwoods short time. Mrs. Tribble and her doesn't like you can "qbtain a and put in a convenient place, wheie dU;ht$r, Miss Mattie, were the only man you are unless you are deformed walked into U.S. Commissioner Ben nett's olllce last week and acknowedged the city pump can handle it and cart ones'at home at the timo. Only a few "perfect fit" in "Griffon Clothes." that he was a moonshiner and wanted it nway. Olean-u- p weeks are becoming of tfce household furnishings were saved, Thev snug up to the neck, hang gracefully over the hips. to plead guilty and lako tho consequen- popular vith Kentucky towns and the so rapidly did the flames spread. Sov- won't wrinkle across the back. When you buy your Easter ces as soon as possible. He was held to Boards f Health are taking a lesdlag oralj2i!ghbors were attracted by the flatrits, but they could be of little assist Suit don'trpass these garments. "Wear clothes that fit they Several citizens the Federal grand jury which convenes hand in (he matter. ance. It was one of the worst days poe- "Griffon Clothes" are here the latter part of this month. Barker have talked it over here and it is likely stDie;tor ngnung a nre, on account of cost no more than those that don't. Qonrloy Barker, the eleven that some action will be taken at once. me tirong steaay winci ana me entire all wool, and prices very reasonable is a brother of tinmtnfie ann1rtAT In ff.mac mi lliln'n year old boy, who was captured by U. Within three or four days with a sys rcmijrkably short time, after it was disago in tematic plan like the above, Richmond covered by Mrs. Tribble, who was in the S. Marshal Mays several days towns-- m yard jwiVWher daughter. The loss will Estill county and who is the youngest would wtone of the cleanest reacfr about 36000, wrlth onjy partial inreal "shiner" oo record. The elder the country. surance. The family will come to RichBarkers claims that his little brother mond for the present, and will remain Fixing Up had furnished the brains for operating herajuntil the the home can be rebuilt. for Bqr Capt. fohn Pates will begin at once ago last "Wednesday the still and that he had only been hel-m- e Mrs. Tribble's faththe home of .to dispose of the product. Ckrk to convMfr his new dwoBtwr. pnrohasoa Borker gave hk ae as niaojew. Buk several kys ago from Joe GUBohttRl er burned to the ground, and caught in a way. Are., into on of tho moot sister er t ettd"at jH ad surrondor- - pa t . -'ii i... .y - moaorn tt tfeo city. Tho wo eomod fekaook , 4Sif 4 ywuod him to to oowKi icwr's oSoo. fmorlifa how of Or. T. i. TMtof, 4 kind ' The high tide in tho Kentucky river of the past ten days has washed many rafts away from their mooring and the mills will bo busy for a long timo now. A dispatch from. Irvine says: "About twenty thousand logs broke loose from their mooring Wednesday night at locks Nos. 12 and 13 and wero washed over the dam, entailing a loss of $15,000. Tho principal losers will be the Estil Lumber Company, the Irvine Lumber Noland Company, Forman & Co., tho HeidelMr. George Noland is the latest candi berg Company and the Capital Lumber dato for nomination honors in the counCompany of Frankfort." ty, having made his announcement last week for Assessor, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary. Here is a Sign. Electric man that will be hard to defeat, as he is An electric sign bearing the words, widely known and very popular with "Carolina Special," has been placed on all. He has served as a county official the rear end of the popular train of that and made a good record, when this ofname which operates between Cincinna- fice paid but little, and has always been ti, Ohio, and Charleston, South Caro- a "wheel horso" when it came to a lina, over the Southern Railway and strong pull t tho Democratic party Queen & Crescent Route. An electric out of the hole of dofent. Mr. Noland's sign of this character on a train is quite friends have been soliciting him for unusual. In fact this is the first one several months to enter tho race, and that has ever been seen in Kentucky or after careful consideration ho has decided to is Tennessee. The sign is so mado that it perfectly announce.withOf course hoAsthe duiiesof familiar looks just as good in day time when tho sessor, and no better official could be light is shut off. selected by his party or tho opposiiion. The Arm of Lackey A Coiyor aro C. McDougle and G. D. Smith, of the Normal School, will go to pushing a grout systeai of odvortW Bowling Green today for an offienl visit at prese. They havo had . to the Wostorn Division of the Slate of oteouloM foMO amds printed ami Normal. Prof. Smith will witaoss the work in the Science department ami the whole of MimUbm mmd are bo wig lea flint wMh poster. Prof. McDougle the pedigogieal work. They wil! remain two days. Advertise if yon want thu-a;iU-- at ljoii)i:u-cowntio- s Out ( inter t t I f rr,n There is More to Paint than the color. Winn you yaiat 4mm': jost sefeei the skado ami lot Ik go at that. Make sore ahw that you are n slog pahrt that will woor, coot in ue i look well, hoM Us ootor hnhj; stay n tho job and ghw good honost sorvice. It takes patot Mtto the m.iio we sell ' give serviee Hk thfcr. PHONE 75 H. L. Perry MAIN ST ONLY 4 SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE EASTER Ladies' Easter Hats Should Be Bought Now and. Here Where you will find the most select assortment of practical and refined styles in Richmond at popular prices. We are snowing an almost endless variety of trimmed hats, pattern hats and adaptations of foreign moaola wrought out in our own workrooms, mukiug it an easy matter for ever3one to be suited lm-Iud-ing Your Easter Footwear Pumps, vici kid, patent leather and velvet. The most classy foolwear ever offered at the price $J.50, $2,. .$2.50, $3, $3.50 ? Easter Neckwear f;For Ladies J A and butifl assortment of men's whlje Laundered Ties bos t An assortment or Ladies' Neckwear, everything that is new in collars, jabots and bows. Ask to see our 1 Easter Low Cuts, for Men. Gun metal, pat. leather, pumps 0c Jabots and Collars to-we- ar . Easter Shirts for Men Plain negligee, white and fancy patterns, cutTs attached, the new-O- S t spring palteras. 5250, 53, 54 Wunderhose For Indies, guaranteed months without mending. In box wea: Special Price $ I pair Underskirts bfctek and browe, 51 Box -- Extra wide, nerttly trimsiedbfctet att sizes 5hirts Faaey Figures and stripes, eoat stylos, made with or wkhont cellars, cuffs attached. Regafeu: 76e 98c ; ?2o 5oft Collars, 15c vill all sizes 50c Fiftif-twoyoa- rs ;t, the Boys Here Their Easter Suits. You Please the Boys and S&e per - cr te !,-- lj!sor ryMo -.r E. V. ELDER ' 1 rasasx a ' r" r" ,' k( FOOD FOR A YEAR Hurst Again. FREE! FREE! FREE! for Solving Xtat MUk,.., Butter.... gSt ...300ft, ...500Ibi. 240qU. VstaWei ........ .."t ,.100.0. 27d. 30 Grand Prizes T he thirty neatest correct answering received. : the previous contests not eligible tlis Base Ball Puzzle First-priz- e following present will be given away absolutely free to the FREE PRIZED A Valuable Prize FREE to Every One Wlio Answers :::::: 1 winners in any of fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and at and grow thinner. This weans & defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of THU represents Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishingjproper-tie- s ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it FOB SALE BY ALL DECGGIST3 Bend 10c, tor If SL-- Ladies' Genuine Diamond Ring Ladies' Gold Watch 3 Cent's Gold Watch 4 Ladies' Gold llracolet 5 Ladies' Pearl Ring 6 Ladies' Handsome Gold Brooch 7 Gent'b Gold Watch Chain 8 Haiidome Fountain Pen 9 One Amethyst Necklace Lndifs' tiiuidHimu LaVelecr 11 One Hand Painted Imp. Plate ZVnc Hand Painted Imported Ash Tray Hand Painted Imp. Vase U On Hand Painted Imp. Dish 15 Gent's Hnar Boot Pipe 1C Ladies' Arathysl belt Buckle 17 India Uubber Hair Comb 18 Gent's Solid Gold Cuff Buttons 19 One Fancy carf Pin 2 IU--13-One bekntUal Barlncs Bank and. ChUd'a Sketch-Boo- t. wb bank con taint Goad Lack Penny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pesrl St. New York nim ot paper ai this ad. for onr Several months ago the Richmond HeatlDfc& Plumbing Co., pf which Mr Ben Hurst is manager, installed a corj-plet- o Here Are Facts We Vvfent You water works system at the hozjie To Prove at Our, Risk. of Thomas Jefferson Smith, in. Fayetse i .. . .i ; .. puuuiy uuauiu larmurs in uim sutiup who have seen it have decided to equip Marvelous as it may seem, Rexall (heir dwellings in like mannerand hit. "93," Hat? Tonic lias grown , hair on Durst has had several inquiries of la(e heads-tha- t were once bald. Of course, or estimates. The company is branc.1 In none of these were the hair roots iUg out. dead, nor had the scalp taken on a glaznearly always dile ed, shiny appearance. Lamo Shoulder is Rexall "93" HairTonio acts scientito rheumatism of the musclcs.and quick' ty yields to the free application pf fically, destroying tho germs which are .... D.t. t... T T..t I l usually responsible for baldness.. It- itackton & Son. penetrates to the roots of the hair, stimulating and nourishing- them. It is a Notice. Tho public is hereby notified thist most pleasant toilet necessity, is delijcrtificatoNo.17 for 'one share of the cately perfumed, and will not gum or Capital Stock of tho Farmers Bank of permanently stain the hair. We want you to get a bottle of Rexall Galley View, Kentucky, has been lost undersigned, tho "03" Ilair Tonic and use it as directed. r mislaid, and the iwnerof said ceruticate, will apply to If it does not relieve scalp irritation, rebid bankor a now certificate in lieu move dandruff, prevent tho hair from 4f the certificate which has been lost or falling out and promote an Increased growth of hair, and in every way give W. D. Sandersf hislaid. entire satisfaction, simply come back and tell us, and without question or formality we will hand back to you ev- eryvpenny you paid us for it. .Two sizes,. 50c. and$1.00. Sold only at our store The Rexail Store. Perry!s Drug store, Richmond Ky. 1 x It Grows Hair Embfv -- sf Commpamw The Leading Specialty House fl milliners of Easter Millinery f New Hits From Paris and Our Own - of beautiful' hats which are from the most famous Parisand also hats no less individual, no less charming, which are Parisian inspired, but products of our own millinery designers Full brilliant display Dress Hats at flower-trimme- $15, $18, $20 These prices are mentioned in particular because of the exceptional beauty of the Hats shown in this popular range. Included are small d and large Hats, and tailored effects; all typically French in their treatment,- though made in our own workrooms They Know Us. The Climax job department has just finished printing the year book for the Woman's Literary Club, of Eminence, and it is a beautiful specimen ot the painters' art. Several years ago the Climax was.sclected among many bidders lo get this job out, and so pleased were the members of the committee that for the past two jrears this office has been given the work without bid. FLYING IN DREAMS. Bmhry Main Street, East & Company Lexington, Kentucky i i" CAN YOU FIND THE UMPIRE Conditions of Contest: umpire's fmor eanoMfed in this pictore m I his or a separate sBfeet of fmprr. and tm4 it with your ttame and address tp the address below. Tfoe main pne trill km awarded aocerdiit? to neatness of correct tuwwer. Answers sautt b In hot later than Saturday, April J8. 111. WrUm mm nod addmc ptetaly ttj1 TOY5 20 One Sot of Dishes 21 One Spinning Top 22 One Set or Dominos 23 Ouo Girl's Illumine Pocket Book 24 One Home Amusement Game 25 One Musical Pop Gun 28 One Handsome Hand Mirror 27 One Musical Toy Gone 2S One India Rubber Ball 29 One Set of Chinese Blocks SO Boys Knife Contest Closes Saturday April 15, Cp. m. CARE BJ1 Write Name and Address Plainly 1 u Rush Your Answer Today Smi by Mail or Bring toour-Ste- ADDRESS FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE, ? THE STOUT PIANO 13S North Limestone Piano Tuning a Specialty GO. S. Stout, Managfcr LEXINGTON, KY That Which Sams times Precedos Death. The sensation of flying is one of the earliest to appear In the dreams of childhood. It seems to became less frequent after middle age. Bcaunls states that In his case it ceased at the age of fifty. It Is sometimes the last Vou 'sensation at the moment of death. To rise, to fall, to glide away has often been the last conscious sensation recalled by those who seemed to be dying, but have afterward been broughl back to life. Heron has noted this sensation at the moment of death In a number ot cases, usually accompanied by a sense of well being. The cases he V describes were mostly tuberculous and AlG t Included individuals of both sexes and with atheistic as well as religious be-- 1 I llefs. In all the last sensation to which ex-pression was given was one or Hying. of movlntr nnwanL In some dor. Hi was I peaceful, In others painful. In one A Sensation Like z- - , i-- mi-as- Can Almost Hear the Shouts J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Olir 1 Grand Opera FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD Berea Hustling. The good people of Berea are makim a cleano a strenuotfs effort for city and the Citizen devoted its ontir issue last week to arliole on this quei- uon. The loHowwg appeal nas Deoi made to all residents of the oity: Let us not injure in any way any tree shrub or lawn. LTet us not kill or injure any bird o destroy any bird s nest or the eggs or oung. Let us not threw into the streets, al teys or campus any paper, fruit skins oi rubbish of any kind.; or throw anytil these things upen$3floor of any s hool or other public building. Let us not spit upon the sidewalks. street orossings or upon the floor of am School houie or other publio building Let us net cut or mark in any waj feces, notes, sidewalks or buildings 01 any kind. Let us at all times respect the prop erty of others as we would our own, Thus shall we become irood and use ful citizens, jnttktui; our city btxiuliful and worthy of our love aud devotion. PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE Due of the most remarkable proofs tke unusual laxative merit con- t&ntoa hi Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin fct k is effective not only in people in the prime of life, but at the extreNtec of agec. As many letters are received from mothers regarding the cwec of children, ae from men and womes of sixty, seventy and eighty years of age. It nest be truly a Trf won-der- Sjtup Peosia You can prolong- your life by healthy bowel action. Closreed bowels invite disease. Women about to pass the menstrual period cannot do better than use Syrup Pepsin sev eral times a weeK until the system has settled to its future, condition. Among the strongest supporters of W. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala and kxtie. Mr. George S. Spaulding of the Nala tke ewe of constipation and tional Soldiers' Home, Kansas, both bowel troaUc hj oM people k has bo elderly raen. The regular size bottles corrects the constipation, can be bought of any druggist at fifty uiapoe uk mhmm, mhoummss, gas, cents and one dollar, but a free samdrowwwess after eating, etc People ple bottle can be had bv sendinc vnr advancing in years should see to it address to the doctor. that tfeetr bowels move freely, and ,Adr.e.ss .him Dr- - w-- B- - Caldwell. if they fe not te take Dr. Caldwell's 402 Caldwell building, Monticello. I1L For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqBE ui. wiuucii oyrup xrcpsm are Air. j ft Watch Repairing is a puBtoHy to whiefa we give special Ko aMttar how anon nr fenw httVe Um vimtok in hrfaoUr ar fcmiad we taka fmtttcmlme yrMa in doing ifae work so the tiniininei will b acgead as or a tier Dm tf. wknn imw. We a jewnlr- - repdiring and ramnnaKng tn the attantian. way For Constipation Medicine That Does Not Cost Anything Unless It Cures. Tast us th some piece you canoot now use . of the bed, In horror, of being borne upward. Fieron associates this sensation with the similar sensation of rising and float ing In dreams and with that of mov ing upward and resting on the air ex perienced by persons in the ecstatic state. In all these cases alike life is being concentrated In the brain and central organs, while the outlying dis tricts 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 be has asked about tho matter hardly one has ever known himself to make any high flights in his dream3. One al most always flies low, with a skim' mlng manner, slightly, but only slight ly, above the heads of pedestrians. Beaunls from his own experienc- edescribes a typical kind of dream flight as a scries 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 ns a lively satisfac tion at being able to solve the problem of aerial locomotion by virtue of su perior organization alone. Lafcadlo Hcarn somewhat similarly describes In his "Shadowlngs" a typi cal 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 the future would be a permanent possession. Atlantic -- jnichine on f 9 The aotive medicinal ingredients of lloxall Orderlies, which are odorless. tasteless and colorless, is an entirely new discovery. Combined with other ex tremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, intestinal in-Bexall OrAfX STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY vigorator and strengthened derlies are eaten like candy and aro notable for their agreeableness to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeable effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations for a liko purpose, they do not create a habit, but instead they overcome the cause of habit acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives, cathartics and harsh you are sick, you rish to get well, don't you? physic, and permanently removes the Of course you do. You wish, to be of the pain and cause of constipation or irregular bowel misery, ana De nappy again. action. your illness is caused by female trouble, you We will refund your money without can quickly get the right remedy to get well. argument if they do not do as we say CarduL This great medicine, for women, has ve- they will. Two sizes, 25c and 10c. , Sold only at our store The Rexall uevea or rurea thousands of ladies, suffering like store. Perry s Drug Store, Richmond, you ixoxn some lemaie trouble. Ky. ptrfect stitch than the highest priced the market. To appreciate the price you must first come to our store aid see the quality. Mr Karmer: Make your home as modem for yonr family as a -itv Ladies: dence and place yourssll in a position to get the latest market quotaiior 'et s in our thrilling battle scenes, so Oldham Building any tune. TbN can be accomplished by means of our telephone whe We can promise you a clear, clean realistic are they. You sit en Ton and yonr neiirhbnr can gH for a sum that is small compared servico fits fecetved Call or address our nearest office or write direct to with the be thralled while tho drama is en skin and a beautiful complexion if you "Richmond, Ky headquarters ftashville, I'ennessse. for information regarding our special "Faimers use ZESIO and ZEMO SOAP according acted. Line rate If present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can to directions. nterest yon. Onr lines cover the States ot Kentnckv Tennessee. AlissuLL The wiso man carries both life and Mrwin6 ZEMO is a skin bcautifier and a scieno uiiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. L1UVIII6 V tific preparation for the treatment of firo insurance. Dan II. Breck. has LQlly eczema, pimples, dandruff and all diEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated ho best policy so that you can come again and seases of the skin and scalp, .ZEMO again and always be suro of see- - SOAP is the nicest, best latheriug antiing something now. Stop in septic soap you over used for toilet or The farmers of Madison andadjoining counties hao : this evening, bath. opportunity to patronized such a stallion as Verdict, Sold by druggists everywhere and in decided lo keep him in Madison county permanently, s HoUSe Richmond by Perry's Drug Store. as a rule, all first class stallions are sold at high pr This Magnificent Young Stallion will make the Season of j 1911, at J. Sr. Varen's Stable. Terrill Place, and go to other States. There never was a time in ' -history of the county when first class herses comman Irvine Street, Richmond, Kentucky, prices as they do today. But it is by patrons ; ooo the best that these price are obtained. It is sot what -- : ; Veudict is a dark chestnut, 15.3 hands, coming 12 pay for the season ol a colt, it b what you get tbat cclvs , years old, with as much natural stylo and action as any in the long run. ; stallion living, as fine as any mare or sreldlncr vou will see- combining all the qualities as to looks, breeding, style Pedigree and action that go to make a great sire and a first class Yhkmct 1621. sired by Cero Grdo 1082, he t producer. If the. law of nature repeats itself that Black Squirrel 53, he byJBlaok Eagle 14, he by K -then you have an ideal stock horse in ; like becets like William 67. by "Washington Denmark 64. Verdict s Serdict. I claim that Verdict carries morq of the blood Jay Bird 1014, by Pea viae 85; 2nd dam by Young Diair of'old Pcavmo and Washington Denmark than any horse This "dijffirent" machine, this "tuptrior" machine, this perfect he by Diamond Denmark 63, by Washington Denmar livinc, as his breeding will show. i master piece the machine of your imagination which you sighed for Cero Gordo's dam Miss Rtobmead 501, by King II. Veudict's carreer as a show horse has rarely been every time the thread slipped around the spool pin of your old maard, he by Peavine 85. King Kiohard's dam Pharos I equaled winning as a and as a chine and broke, every time its shuttle wore out, every time its stitch byImp.Pharo. Miss Richmond's dam Jenny Lyna C'.', straight through the fair circuit without a break, closing slipped, every time its needle broke, every time your back became by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washington Denmark 61. his oaroer at the Louisville Horse" Show by weary and your feet became tired, this machine with its 32 You will see that Verdict traces three times toPeawi-8- 5 winning two first ties in his oiahs and winning second In inventions we now offer to you afyour own terms as low as (old Peavlne), and three times to Washington Denmar , his class for stallions any age, thus going against the piok inus comoinmg the blood of two of the greatest she w of any aged" stallion from Kentuoky, Tennessee and Miss horses that ever lived. ouri, in a ring of fifteen horses. Yordicf s show career was cut short in 1002 by sickness, only showirfg at Richmond TERMS and Lexington where he won first premiums in age staffion Verdict will be allowed to serve mares at class. In 10O1 Verdict had fully recovered from his illness and, after making a.heavy season, ho showed first atKirks-vill- o Living where he won the $CO0 stallion, mare or golding stake in which event a lien will be retained on oefc for serv.c-fe- e nlso first for best aged stallion. His second show was at and money due when cU is foaled or mare Lexington where won first, then to Harrodsburg where he pard with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not respon won first in aged stallions, first in sweepstakes (18 entries) bje should any occur. The price Is so low that we promised first in combined ring and first in model ring at tho fair. Mr. Wm. C. Free, the inventor of this Mares will bo cared for at S8 per month. Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which Kept him 23th Century machine that we would from going to tho Louisville Horso Show, for which he never publish it. You are accustomed to was being especially prepared under tho able supervision p lying so much more for machines which not near so good that it will be hard of Mat. S. Cohen. In 1900 Verdict's colts won first in colt fir you to realize that the lower priced ring and first in stallion and three of get. RICHMOND, KY FREE sews faster, runs lighter, is more bcautifullasts longer and makes a more Rural Telephones Pirfuroc Vnangeu t--f- a-- Tl -- The FREE Sewing Machine -- C -- three-year-o- fault-removi- ng ld 00 A WeeK. $20 to Insure a Colt ai-- J. M. AZBILL F. J. YEAGER If Get Well rid If It's Won Hl Wager. Mrs. Somervllle, the great methema- acian ana scientinc writer, had to a great extent the power of concentra tion and became so absorbed In her task as to bo unconscious of what was going on around her. Dr. Somervllle told Harriet Martlneau that be once laid a wager with a friend that he would abuse Mrs. Somervllle In a loud voice to her face and she would take no notice, and he did so. Sitting close to her, he confided to his friend the most injurious thlnjrs that she rouged, that she wore a wig and oth er sucn nonsense, utterca in a very loud Tolce. 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 she looked up with an Innocent "Did you speak to. me?" Then as an evidence of the implicit faith we have in The FREE ourselves, w want you to give it a LORD REG. NO. REO: 52777 1- right in your own home. Sew oa it. Test it on all sorts of material. Then if after 30 days you are not entirely satisfied if you are not air lutely cofjyinced that it is the best machine you have ever sewed on the most improved the most and at its low price, the biggest bargain you ever made' return the machine to us and we will refund all you have paid on it so that the trial will not cost you one cent. 30 BAYS TRIAL bow omimentil In 2203-4- , beating- - 14 starters. Second day after race worked a mile in 2:14 1-2. Race Record Over Mile Track in winning race, Knoxville, Tena, -2 rrttc Lti dniju. its toUn how the RotMcUle Movement makej It faster ,0l"" than the fastest Rourr and simpler than the " simplest Round Bobbin Machine a touch on the Improved Head Latch ioV iHttOD release the hea- d-a- nd how Ithaj lKort of other Improrements-: convenience for S dars. roa will never b ulisEed to be Tvei "JT0 h,re eaiortd alt tlie-swl3nt The Free. Come tomorrow and take The Free home with you lor a 30 dan trial. oik rtnlih and )u dajtltu Wfcea rou Cad oat hoVconTealent It ii when tie tMcMnelj tloMi. U. d'lwert re nnmitlcillr locked ho v when yea rcie the lid. the held lifts aula- ,aiicallj thedravenaalocii lad ill. belt kkwiii7oiinmiceforJ44ar Jipuniac . -t- ow tke k.ntihrt.. i km ol Bill Beirlnri make it to lift? renaloe tkit tteidle will keep ruoalat J miasm baser tin otoct machines Sired by the Great Arion 2:07 1-- 4; 0 years old, beautiful mahogany bay, star, two white feet, 10 hands high, porfect disposition, a lady can drive him anywhere; has. the finish of a saddle horse. Lord 2:20 34 Rion Record sold as a for 3125,000.00. lst ARDUI itof women's ills airs. Fannie Ellis,, of Foster, Ark, suffered agony for seven years. Bead her letter about CarduL "I was sick for seven years Trith female trouble. Every month I would very nearly uie wim my neaa ana b&cx. 1 took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured. Cardui is a d to suffering women." Try She-smte- Woods' Bad$e. " County Inspector of Wehihts and Measures, CL E. Woods, is displaying his official badge and has begun his duties. There isone thing about the new offloial which may be said right here; if a man is guilty ho will sure bo taken in," Lost Light Gray Overcoat on Irvino pike just beyond water works. Ecturn tp Judge J. C. Ghenault orto GllmaxofUcc. falls which would be of material value In the development of the country, but me reason these valuable sources of power are not being developed Is be cause or the danger of earthquakes which Is constantly confronting- - the people. More than once within recent years have steps been taken with the view of constructing dams In order that these falls might be utilized when some demonstration of the earth has given warning of the danger of such a step and the promoters have been forced to abandon or greatly modify the proposed Improvement Kew York Press. Japan has a great number of water Earthquakes Bar Progress. Luman & Higgins Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond "Will Make tho Season of 1011 at My Stable, Cornor of First and Water Streets, at $25 To Insure We faa.ve iupt received our last car of up-tc-da- te living Colt WHY YOD SHOULD BREED, TO LORD RION Heis the only horse that stood for service in this county that was sired by a horse that sold for 3125,000 and. the champion horse pf the world, and ha been for 15 years,' and his record standsioday. LORD RION made his recordJastt fall withoutany preparation whatever. Started him in 10 races, won 9, 2nd In tne other. He is the best bred, best look-faand" lhe tastest trotting stallion that ever made a f" season here. MONEY DDE when fact is ascertained, or mare parted with. Lien retained, on colt for service fee. Not responsible for. accidents ox'escapes. g' ROBT.. .WALKER. God-sen- it i AT ALL DEUG STORES His One Regret. 'There's no use trying to deny it," When in need of Blacksmithing in any remarked Mrs. DeFlatt, "this is the of its branches, Farming Implements, worst cook we've had yet There posiBuggies, Carriages, Wacons, Uubber tively Isn't a decent thing to eat on tires &c, gel prices from K. E. Miller, tho table." "That's right," rejoined DeFlatt f. Union City, Ky. "But," continued his wife,' "there's one thing m her favor. She can't be beavrnen;lt comes to washing." -- iPity, we can't eat "the washinc Blghed'tho nungrv husband. Chicago t-- Farm Implements Robt. Walker, Richmond Kentucky Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Genuirje Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado and Bejllview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. O. Hav Presseji fccwuj; .iviuwtsri, J3iuuer anu tvaiies, ana otuae baker Yagons. Call and look these over before buying. Cul-tivatoris, n..i,r r:,, The Imperial Double Disc Harrow I if ENAMELED SINK with enamel drain-boar- d ed is a Great help to cleanliness in the kitchen. It makes the kitchen work less difficult because it is easily cleaned and its snowy whiteness gives the room an air of neatness and tidiness. A '&miawS Enameled Sink installed by us will give years of satisfactory service. Each fixture bears the manufacturers five-yeguarantee label a positive assurance of durability and quality. ar A A PORCELAIN A Judicial Reproof. A jusuce once reproved a would be suicide thus: "Young man, you have been found guilty- of attemntlnir to drown yourself in the river. Only consider what your feelings would have been had you succeeded." Green Bag. - D. B, Shackelford & Co. Telephone 33 Wise Rotalmdl Eegtnald Darling, I see by the pa pers that a Xood expert says that it Is possible for a family to live on $4 a weeK. Do yon think It possible' Eosallnd No, dearest, but I'll be a sister to Leader. youI-Cleve- land wj succeed as railroad engineers." -- way not?" xney would lose too much time holding np their trains at crossing." uosion Transcript. One Man's Theory. uuu i. luiuo. .n uuiun win ever wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this line. AlsoPamt of the highest quality. We guar mtee, to please the most fastidious peddle; IS CO My Tiplete and I iBBrTf ltJF i Flexible JPrame. Flaiillla Pnroiniplr. Double I HtodWcd Inloi-l.- bbbbSPL ."' ,f . It Is "e give vp, not what we that makes tu rlckBaech-- l cries for Chamberlain's take no. bnt what, ssassssSaSs.. TT..1- .- o j Richmond Heating Plumbing Co, "Our baby Coagh. Remeay" writes Mrs. T. B. Ken- drick, Rasaca, Ga. It is the best coug h qulwg four. remedy on the market for coaehs. cold and croup. For Sale by StookWa TSan. s Third W.L.LE BBS ft--" The saving of hers power is afteemsJkhed' Fi w , if? , , 8 eM?t oaly re- - Cpok wilii gas, fb cKfrper' RkhmofxJ, Ky Douglas. Simmons in n n & Deatheraee .m. . --Mtz&--- :. ii innw ii w i ii im a wvvMMmKMKisistBamwtamm hi t in ini iimiiiK iininiini