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THE 37th YEAR .vSf rIchIiond' RICHMOND Good News. 4 a m CLIMAX, . 11 4 NUMBER MAHIStSn rOIINTY j KFNTnrKY WFDNB.SDAY.J APRIL 19. 'l&lU a i W m 44 m I ;g HH1 B ssssssssM it. ii i i ,a coiionbv,r4. ' SEE L. JR. BLANTON , Eordhe Best Grade of Baled Straw TELEPHONE .85 The local lovors of the exhilarating beverage, Coca Cola, will be glad to read' of a Chattanooga jury in the United.' States Federal court, which held that! caffeine is not an added or deleterious" The government seized ingredient. several barrels of this mixture, clatm-i- nc it contained a harmful drug. The prosecuting attorneys will .take the case to the U. S. Court of Appeals at Oincln-- t nati. It the Government had won this case, it would have very likely taken away from the local imbibers their sum- -' mer drink and thereby caused great hardship. The outcome will bo watched In this city .alone hurw with interest. dreds of dollars are spent each year for this popular drink. BHHHm s YftAIMHi li mm Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious. I Inspecting Profs. L. N. Tavlorand Kelley Kash of State Superintendent of Schools Keg; enstein s owce. were in lucnmona r making the annual inspection of Superintendent Noland's office. Every cent pf money expended by the county is carefully listed and accounted for by the Superintendent and the inspectors paid a very high compliment to the work of Mr. Noland and the showing of his books. ri-d- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pare The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar N. V. The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE No fussing or fretting over the : biscuit-makin- g. Royal 5ells Kaiser. Kaiser, the crack center fielder of the 1910 Paris ball club, has been sold by Ldulsvillc to the Chicago club of the National league. Kaiser was drafted by Louisville at the close or tho season and the big league team has been watching his work. He was one of the fastest men in this league last year, and will no doubt make good in fast company alongside of Toncy, Golden, Dawson and others. is the aid to many a cook's success. 800 Receipts ROYAL BAKING Cottonburg is on a boom again. Cotton Bros, aro going to start a. store It-iin Mr.'Alox Kay's building at once Mr. undergoing repairs at present. William J. S. Cotton will bfrolerk. Mr. Matt Tussey has ereoted a nice little cottage at this plaee. Mr. AVilliam Blswiok- - has purabased some land from Mr: Slark Tudor and contemplates building. Cotton & Long aro doing a good business at this place. Miss Etta Uoss, ono of tho Normal' is teaching here and giving i I students, satisfaction. Mr. James Berry Tudor isolng to ac cept a position at Waco in a store. Mr. Mark Tudor, who 1ms boon seri ously ill with pneumonia, Is somowhat better. Sunday was Easter and there was proachini;at Gilefld. Many wore out to show their new suits. Miss Oakney Cotton and brother aro visiting Miss Yirgie Helley at Mt. Sterling. Geneva and Martha, the accomplished daughters of Mr. C. B. Turner, are visiting thoir iwcje. John Broaddus, near Lancaster. Miss Etta Turner and mother spont tho week with Nat Turner, at Valley View. hi ' ini At ! uvvv",i.ii&uuuvi tmi m n An occasion ah sun bath is all the renovating a Stearns & Foster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. FOSTE Big Spring Line of Royal Cook Booh Free. Send Name and Address. Nat AVhitaker and wire, of this placo, visited Mr. C. B. Turner at CotMr. tonburg lost week. POWDCft CO., NEW YORK. Dry Goods :: Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. , Mrs. Sarah B. Turner vtas oalled to the bedside of hor fathor. Nathaniel Cotton, at Klrksvtlle, last Friday night, who was suffering with rheumatism. He is some belter at present. Mr. Nat WhItdkar,.tho gate manufacturer, is doing good business at Richmond. Besides his gates he has a broom factory and is gfttWng off nicely with it. Improving. Ef, An Old One. ma-terii.- 1. 5ome beauti f u wash . 1 fabrics for spring and summer. Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Voilles, etc in a wide variety of smart pieces to choose : : from up-to-da- te '. i.i;. N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below first RICHMOND Ninety-seve- n years ago this month, Easl Main street, by having the carpen-tor- s Alex King's grandfather purchased a and tinners replace some old flint-loc- k musket, which at that lime Aftor a week's suspension of the reguIt will look like a new dwelling was the very latest model in small fireprogram, Manager Baxter wheia completed. lar vaudeville arms.. Today the piece is in working opened the opera house hero Monday order, and can be fired as acourate as It Completed. work of tho fresco and the exquisite Mr. King's could when purchased. and Daint artists showed up beautiful County Attorney Jackson's handsome ochas been residence on Big Hill avenuo is about father, Mr. S. F. King, whose death with the lights. The interior curred about two years ago, fell heir to converted into ono of the prettiest play completed and he is expecting to movo 'the gun and kept it for nearly fifty houses anywhere. In by the first of the month. Ho siys years in his own family, and many times the reason for building there was, he Mr. Alex King and his brothers loaded Qukk-Worcould be uext door to tho East End up tho gun and took a shot at a squirrel. Reeves lost a valuable Christian church and only a short dis- At tho death of his father, the gun went Uev. Ashley nin Monday. He hurried to tho Climax tance from tho ball park. Mr. Jackson to Mr. Alex King, and so highly.docs he office and inserted a two line local Tues is teacher of the Men's Bible class at prize it that an offer of 8100 sometime day morning and Wednesday his pin that church, which has grown to be one ago was laughed at.. The gun was made was returned to him. How's that for of the largest in tho city. in 181-1- , the same year it was purchased quick results? You can get the same by tho elder King, and also bears the Going Up. service if you will only try a small aa. name of Harper's Ferry. It is probably Arihitect Louis H: Stagner has just tho oldest gun in tho county. in tho Climax. They bring results. finished drawings for four very fine and To Frankfort modfirn dwollings, which will bo erectHustling. Judge Benton has been again desig- ed in Richmond right away. They are City Assessor Thomas Wilcox, is mak nated by Governor Willson as Presiding for Mrs. A. G. Buchannon, Second St.; Judge at a special term of tho Franklin Mrs. James Shackelford, Burnamwood; ing good time with his lists and will circuit court to relievo Judge Stout, Mr. Jonas Itucker, Third street, and finish his work a little before tho time who continues quite ill. Judge Benton Mr. Clay Stone, Hallie Irvine street. allowed by law. It is quite a tedious every taxpayer of the city will finish out the term begun several Several other plans are expected to be tnsk to see and take his assessment list. completed bofore tho first of May. days ago by Judge Stout. V. Elder is improving his homo on Opened Monday. ... ...... OLDHAM & LACKEY Anchor Windsor . . Will make you wonder vhy you cling to that lun , unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as mu n about them as we do, ot course you would buy Stearns" & P oster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY . $10.50 13.50 Lenox Style A $16.00 22.50 V spent Sunday with at Klrksville. Miss Allie Hendron, of the Normal, Mrs. Dora Blakeman Undertaking a Specialty d, Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone X36 W. S. O. 229 K. O. L. Short of Houses. There is a soarcity of houses in and rental is higher in this oily than any other town her size in the state. It is almost impossible to rent a. house, and lhe demand for tho very few that are available at- times, makes the rent soar to almost a prohibitive figure. There is plenty of money in Richmond laying idle that could be used to erect good substantial houses, of the modern variety, and the investment would be an excel lout one. There are several new homes going up here this spring and summer, but they are private dwellings and those families coming- into the city to locate or sohool their children find "nothing doing" in the way of suitable housos to rent at reasonable figures. Rieh-mon- Constipation causes headache, nausea, a A Reliable Medicine-N- ot dizsiness, languor, heart palpitation, Narcotic. DraMio physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Kegu-lo- ts Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, Michigan, says: act gently and cure constipation. 25 "Our little boy contracted a severe bronoents. Ask your druggist. chial trouble and as the doctor's medicine d.idnot cure him, I gave him Foley" Supper. Honey and Tar Compound in which I . The Ladies of the Baptist church will have great faith. It sareJ tho oough as give a strawberry supper the first - week well as the ohoking and gagging spells, 45-- 3 1 in May. Watch for the date. and he got well in a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many Barred Rock Eggs For Sale. times saved us muoh trouble and we are I hays for sale in any quantity Thomp- never without it in the house." The son's strain Barred Plymouth Reck genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse eggs, price $1. for 16 eggs. ' Estimates substitutes. Sold by Stoekten & Sob. furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller, Misses' and Children's slippers for moll Richmond, Ky. Easter. See Rice & Araokl. Mrs. Maude Mackey Walker 'sHair Dressing Parlor. Come la and hard year hair tlMssed in the newest style, braMs aad wMk made to order. Braids restored to natural color. Highest prices paid for combings. Two doors above Stooktoa's dreg store, on Main street. Oiiee phono 546, rosWeaee Wl. 8 Me For Sale. Phaeton Al ooadkioa. Store. Wises Dreg 4S-2- "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I eat distressed me terribUy. Bardooic Blood BUtors eared ." J. H. Walker, Swt-burOhio. t y, 4 We Sell We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each 'Here Is Foot tore J Hustling Cas IT'S E AS V MONEY S Comfort! May Manton Patterns JOc Each Have You Bought That Spring Suit? " 9 Take a look at our Would you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money. Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co. Remember we" "Faultless Bra-ndspecialize $10 land $15 values in Men's and Young Men's Suits Worried feet cause half tie ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines, including the greatest line of The Scholl U "Foot-Eaze- r" a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives them strength to cany the 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 flat-fowith its painful consequences. ot Elite Skirts and Waists "for Ladies we Have ever shown Jfr Valtes walking or standing absolutely comfort. Mte, keeps shoes in shape and gives the inatep a graceful arch. The Scholl "Foot-Eazer- 0 V - " jr. uerman StfverSpring. leath. 1 7 ana to au feet and can ca easily slipped into any sboe. They do not need taddngor ( pagtingbutare CI two is made I . 1 My Gorner First HamiI Foot-xar" from one pair to another. If yon har any foot trouble whatsoever the Schoif " will give you iaritot relief as well as rest and comfort. All sizes for men and women, $2.00 per pair. We areheadquarteri for foot comfort and tha Is on of the principal means Seholl ef conveylnsittoyeu. Let ut provs it. Toot-Eazcr- easily coaneed We want your hioney and you want all it will buy in wete never so well prepared to give you values as now Respectfully - txcffyii. We - ,- ' i- '. t - ... if & Main IPX) tli e PS 9 4 Richmond. Kentucky wflMIMrmfil f i BUTTERICK FASHIONS Personals 3 ley, will be a social evont of' today in J Quicklv Cures Coughs, Colds I Lexington. The bride is a daughter of j 1 And Catarrh. Judge anil Mrs. Gourley, of that citv. nud is well known. Several entertainIf you, car reader, could spend an 1 REPORT OfP; A. .Infirmary From Dec. 1, 1910, to April -- Spring . Is Coming and it is time you were making up your summer clothes. McKLL'5are now ready to show you the most beautiful line of spring Miss Pearl, of Boston, ij the guest of . Miss Emma Waits. Go to the concert at the Xbrmalcbap-e- l Friday evening, April 21st. Don't miss the con got t Friday even ing: benefit P. A. C. infirmary. Mn and Mrs. M. Wides have a now boy t their heme or Estill avenue. Mrs. I. S. lUllard and Miss Alma Scrivener ware in Loxhiglon Saturday. ' The Lxdles Aid Society of tfie Christian church will meet this afternoon at -- r r Embroideries and Laces " 30. Mr-Sx- Mrs. Xetson A. HeJInor have return edirew a week's rWt to Frank- ' ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see the Flounce both colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear ing fort. Prof, and Mrs. Bridges, of Lancaster, rlll peme Friday for a visit " to frionifs here. Mr 2n m es Denny, o Garrard, was here last week the guest of his son, Mr. Alex Danny. - Mr. WIlRam Woodarf of Lexington, is the guest of Mr. Jejrtha ChOnault.-i- n the ooBBtry. fisiied his Biother Mr. Mateehn MiHer.ef Hiekor?, N. C, Mrs. M. M. Millor, u here last week. Improvements : .: :' : : Prof. MeBrytfe, of the Normal school, Our is Lowest Oar Best spent the first of the week hi Louisrille , Burnapi's Irisuranco Agency. Call Total, $3,582.42 ., , willi retativee. and see u. . 4Ctf Mr. E. A. Ddbh, of Wisconsin, is here T 290 days 24 i;o. youiwant a buy lha best man's No. of pay patients,' the guest of his cousins, Messrs. Dave Xo. of cdunty patients, 8 .179 days shod thatjis sold In Richmond! Then and Murieon Dunn. 80 days 0 buy the j 'Stacy Adams," for sale by ifo. of city patients, 32 days No. of charity patients 1 Mrs. Smoet, of MaysviUe, has reRico & Ainold. turned home after a lengthy visit to her Central Kentucky's Greatest Department Store 39 591. days Total, Federal Court. son, Dr. C. . Smeot. 21 recovered. Mr and Mrs!. Bugene Walker have On Monday, tho 21th inst., tho regu 2 died. retaraed after a month's stay at Atlan lar spring term of tho Fedoral Court will 9 improved. lie City and New York. convene Jioro with Judgo Cochran on 3 unimproved. the bench; and it promises to be a largo G. C. Crooks, of Danville, at Prof. 4 remaining in hospital dockot frm all roports. Thoro are 10 tended Presbytery last week and visited MadiMm county, is located in Richmond, overflow "cases on tho Ken family of Mrs. Crow. and may be considered as an essentia the Doctor Praises D. D. D. tucKy Uiver to pass on. Thoro arc 39 part of thi equipment of the university. Mr. . II. Ellis, of the Richmond new cases for tho selling and distilling It was a jrift of 11. J. Clay, Minister to Drug Co., was in Dayton tlie first of the Although an M. D., I acknowledge to Switzerland. It is believed that the or wiiisKqy. JJesldos that thero aro 17 my patients that your remRUBIES EHRT WEBXBSU IT State would look with disfavor upon a week visiting his mother. old oases, that involve sevoral distillers edy. D. D. D., reaches cases of Eczema withdrawal of support by the City Coun Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, for alleged violation of tho rovenuo and permanently cures them Dr. Ira THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO cil and Fiscal Court of Madison oeunty." has retanted home after a visit to her laws. The Fiscal court, as well as the City daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Rice. T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kas. (Incorporated.) Coancil and others, should realise anew "My cure began from tho first applibtney Adams shoes wear longer, look Mies Dudley Doty has gone to Tor bettor ant aro more comfortable. Price, cation of D. D. D. My skin is now as Pres. and Mgr. their obligations to our State for rioglon, Wyoming, for a visit to her A D. Miller the location of one of its two great Nor smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take $5.50 and fO.OO. Rice & Arnold. TV. O. White Sec'y-Trea- s. brother, Mr. Gordon Doty. a thousand dollars fon what D. D. D. - Kditer mal shoots bore and the part played by Steve K. Vaught Mrs. Walker Burns' de and little the infirmary in the same. has dono for me," writes August Santo, daughter have returned from a visit to of Chillicothe, Ohio. InW ! T OF The slavers of 0. R. Spateh, the rail- relatives in Garrard county. KCITtfCKY These aro just samples of letters wo Ft ESS ASWOItfMX road detective, who was awamlnatud at Mr. L. A. O. Gabaay, superintendent are receiving every day from grateful Janetiaa Ctty daring the firemen's for the Big Hill Coal Co., has been patients all over the country. US MTU DWTMOT PBBUSfifiS LEA6K. strjk, has bean captured every day since quite sick at his home in this oily. "Worth Its weight in gold," "All My pimples washed away by-D. D.," Mrs. Frank Robinson and daughter FBICE YEAB the dastardly deed, aooordiag to the PHR $1.00 Danville papers, bat its safe to say that found instant relief," "D. D. D. is little For every dollar purchase made at our store on or before May 13tb, a coupon hare returned home after a visit to Mr. IX XDVAKOE the murders will escape as easily as the and Mrs. Charles Milner, in Louisville. Slate-Wid- e short of miraculous." These aro tho CjHtance of Ken- Enoh coupon will be given, also one coupon for every dollar paid on account. slayers of William Rucked, who was words of others in describing tho great Misses Nettie II ietcs and Maud VM. WEDNESDAY APR. shot while at the telegraph key in the entitles the holder to a chance on the machine .You must be present Saturskin remedy, D. D. D. lucky Educators. aaghaa have returned from a visit to Danville depot about seven years ago. day, May 13, when this machine is given away as the holder of the number irovon Dy tnousands or cures, for ton Mrs. OoUunaa Warford, at Lawrenee- We rejoice that the Ffeeal ooert bu Red hot elaes developed ever' day but hurg. years to be absolutely harmless and re called must be in the house, if not other numbers will be called out until some ooBtr&oted to pay $1,009 for the eare of so far no arrest has ever been made. liable in every case of skin trouble, Misses Dovie and Leila White have It'll be the same way in the Snatch case. in the crowd is found who has the lucky number. Tho regular meeting of Hie Cecilian NOTED oouaty patlecrts at the Pattie A. Clay SCHOOL WORKERS TALK matter what it is. infirmary for the coming year. Grad At Kings Mountains a little over a vear returned from Lexington, where they Club was held with Miss Watts, at her Get a trial bottle todayl Instant re Mr. will M. will give May 13 th, ually are com for to kww ago. Mat Eaglemaa was shot in exactly finished a business course in the Smith home Wednesday afternoon, April 11. liefonly 25c. Stockfon & Son. college. After muoh business was discussed, and that aa institution of tfcK kl4 is a see-- the same maaaer as Rueker and his in Mrs. Irvine Shine tt, four miles from disposed of, delightful refreshments Unanimous Opinion of Those Present essary part of the equipment of the slayers hare never been apprehended, Customers who havo worn Stacy AdTiiat It Is the Duty of the State te ams shoes never object to the ooa Hi Baity to battle again ut disease in although hot clues were at hand. Win. town on the Irvine Pike, is very lew. woreervod. The following program pric- eCause the Country Schccl to. En- why not try a pair. lelligeeUy coonomtoally. it is our Rueker, was a brother of Jonas Riacker Her physician has little hope, for her re was given: Very special low cash prices will be named on all kinds of merchnfldise for this Rice & Arnold, covery- courage the Boy and Girl te Love purpose bow to direct the atteetiea of agent here for the L &.. X. Schubert The Unfinished Symphony month in order to get out a big number of coupons. LOW GASH PRICES Country Life and to Give Them the ail our eHisess, officials oapocially, to Oadet Paul Hanger, who is attending Roll Call Quotations from Schubert's XicHObAsvitxB went " wet " by a ma Seed Corn. on the most Songs. stock of desirable goods ever shown in Richmond. Ability and Desire tc Love It the aoral obligation we owe to the Jority of 63 after one of the strong set MilkvKburg Military Institute, te home 1 have for sale a fow bushols of DiaA Minor 'whole State of Kentucky to seppert and for a short visit to his nerente, Mr. and Duet March, Herloque Schloss Bros-Cloth- ing for men and young men, Eiderheimer, Stion & Co.'s eampaac ever waged in Kentucky. Becaus)! country life skillfully and mond Joe seed corn, which I will sell Mrs. Dean, Sirs. Pickets. matoteta the Pattte Clay mirsMry. We Maybe conditions are different there as Mrs. Harry Hanger. clothes for boys, Wm. Kneeland's fine shoes for men, ''Queen Quality fine Franz Schubert lntemgenr-l. Sketch directed assuredly offers at $1.50 per bushel shelled. I have had reprint below articles from State papers K seems some mighty good people Mr. Claude Gates has been dangerous Mrs. T. J. Smith. vend more of) , health, of independence, experience whir Diamond Joe and con shoes for women, Hawes Hats and Seigel Bros, fine Tailor-mad- e for . Suits to show that the location of the Normal against local option Richmond deeee' ly ill of pneumonia for, several days at Voice The Earl King Mrs. Hanger and oven slder it by far tho best T havo ever seen. d of luxury, than is attain school Riehaeea was largely ladies all go at our low cash prices for this month. American Lady Corsets, want saloons and is not going te have the heme of hie brother, Seth Gates, Miss Hellen Bennett Current Events by the fact that we had sueh a awe in any city; and, because it It is the largest yielding corn in the them. ''Jimmy" Sowers and his red hot tilt avenue. Notions, Dry Goods, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Oil Shades, Mattings and every Symphony Allegro Moderato Andante public testiUrtiM as this hi ear aidet: is iBjponttlvc that unless the prob world, has large ears 10 to 12 inches Con Moto paper the Getting Qua fired volley after Robert Saunders, the hustling agent long, Usually two cars to tho stalk and article in the big store will be sold at reduced prices. Cull and see the largest Loci&YnxK Timhs, Mat 8, 1004. Mrs. Farrls, Mrs. Middleton. lem or making tho country school fit valley into enemy's ranks but his for the Louisville Times, Post and oth comes cv to aays earners than any Miss White, Mrs. Picket. "The selection of Kiehsoa4 end shots failed the reach. open stock of dependable merchandise ever shown in Richmond oooHtry tie be solved, there is every w er papers, is very sick at his home with Bowling Qreea as the sites for the Xor-roother variety. Cultivated extensively The aextjneeting will be with Mrs. indication that Kentucky, pre-eSchools provided for by the late sespneumonia. in corn growing sections of Iowa and Hale Dean, April 27. If Uncle Joe Caaaoa and minority Mr. Joe Shearer left for Elisabeth- sion of the Legislature is unquestionabnently an agricultural state, will soon Michigan. I have also Boono county ly the best that could have been made. Man, will keep their shirts on, chors' Association find herself with a decreasing, in whito corn and yellow The Parents-Te- a Monday, having aecaptod a pesi at $1.00 per bushBoth cities were generous is their offers Kentucky congrnosmea will give town will hold its regular meeting on the 2S, steaa ot an increasing, population, a el shelled. Will deliver and the buildings and grounds avail ties with the Home Comfort Range Co., in Richmond give them a decent aamiaietratMm the Normal school, and a good att- etato wide at able for the schools will, from the outG. W. Deatherago. bow located there. rural school conference any lime. set, place tnis phase of Kentucky's edu- house affairs. Uaele Joe k jaet trying endance-is requested. The adoption of was hold in Louisville, Wednesday, Phone 209-- 2 R. D. 4, . Mrs Bettie Meberiy left this morning cational system on a par with that of to shew bis ceantilaaate that he k the constitution for another year will any other Southern State. March 20, under the auspices of tho for Maysville to visit Iior daughter, Mrs. copRc before the association. game old bird, bat it's pitifully plain other bowel disorders. We aro so cer- and healthy activity. They are ea'All par Culton's link sausage is as good as can "A peculiarly admirable feature of J. Hubbard Toy. She will probably re ents are invited to join in tho discus- Louisville Commercial club. tain that it will relievo these complaints like candy, may be taken at any t a. Richmond's offer is that that city i he's down and oat. bo made. Try some of It. main several weeks. It was jt conference which may test equipped with aa infirmary, the gift of and give absolute satisfaction in every without incoaveniefiM, do not c.i.i sions. The following is the program: ArcoRiMJrti to the Danville Messenger Brutu6 Junius Clay, now MmiMor to Dr. aad Mrs. Howard Cook were in 1. Libraries Whero are boys and girls be designated A Hopeful Message to Scalp Old as "nelghborly- "particular that we offer with our per- any SwitserMBd. For fourteen years thh Postmaster Uaaey is beiag annoyed the city Monday and Tuesday Folks Should be Careful sonal guarantee that it itshall cost the sive griping, nausea, diarrhoea, ev with to get the amount of good reading nec conforence which discussed the vital leuennoss, IfcUttleoce or other institution has been maintained larcelr with the revolving aeons on the Federal Sufferers and Men Who's friends. Dr. Cook is now in Louisville essary for their proper development! and pressing problems of Kentucky's In Their Selection of Reguuser nothing if it fails to substantiate agreeabie effect. Price 35e. and "'' through the unselfish energy of certain ihtiar. A resident of the West and with a leaatqg pharmacy. Hair Is Thinning. Kichmond an I Madison eounty's citiCan a homo library bo complete enough '"in atHuuis, as man to man, aa our claims. This remedy is called Rex-ai- l Sokl only at Mr store The R. lative Medicine zens. With the oneniwr of the Normal walked five miles in a circle before he free, choice? Rev. E. B. neighbor to neighbor,' each interested Orderlies. Store. Perry's Drug Store. Mies Emma Watts entertained with a to allow a. Dandruff now baldiater. The same In finding the proaer way to make School, the infirmary vriM prove an discovered the exit. six o'clock dinner Saturday evening a Barnes. 2. How mush should a child ovor the rural schools of Kentucky, is true of scalp diseases. In fact baldJtoiall Orderlies have a soothing, adjunct of the institution and it For Sale goes without saying that as liberal and 9 guest' Mise under ten read himsolf and what books? so mat Hcnools which fulfill their ness is a scalp disease. The trouble We have a safe, dependable, and alto healing, strengthening tonic and reguIf you love Richmond, then help te few friends in honor of herwere progressive a eounly as Madison will see Should he be read to? If so, what and mission schools which touch Intelli- with" tho greasy salves and lotions, tho gether ideal remedy that is Show ease as good as new. Pearl, of Boston. Covers laid for particularly lative action upon the bowels. They mat it is supplied with every requisite make the town beautiful by cleaning up bow muoh t Mrs. G. D. Smith. S. Shall gently, nympathotlcally, d. C. Wioe, dandruff add scalp cures you adapted to the requirements of aged remove all irritation, dryness, soreness constantly necessary lor lis successful on ad act. yarn- - premises the first week in May, twelve. and consciously every social and have tried so far Is that they don't do people (Cocrieb-Joubka- l The venerable Peyton AdaauTis criti a boy over tebe allowod to read only economic and persons of weak constitu- and weakness. They restore the bowels Order one of those juiey steaks ftM Watch for the Mayor's proclamation. The Commissioners were greatly imeetly ill at the Pattie A Ciay infirmary Action jf that bo bis preference? What communityinterest that concerns tho anything but temporarily relievo the tions who suffer from constitution or and associato organs to more vigorous Culton. Phone 135. may take the place of itching and cake the pressed with the fact that Richmond about " Tales of Adventure?" Are lovo dandruff so it does ana maaison county jointly support a Th Grand Junes in Montgomery and and his recovery is doubtful. His son. stories harmful to growing girls? Which the present intolerable lural school not fall until it is dried out again. Noth system ol tho state. splendid infirmary, the gift of the Ilea. Boyle have started a "vote selling probe' Thomas, of Florida, has arrived to be at ones may bo good for them? -- How draw B J. Clay. Minister to Swrtaeri&aa'. and it pr lisec te spread all ever the his bedside. Tfcb corference was called to order ing can cure really cure such troubles, L the line? Mrs. Pates. Shall' our at 10:30 p'clbck in the auditorium of but a real scalp medicine that will kill This noble institution is a feature of the state. Nothtae like this Sa Madison. "Uaele Billy" Myers celebrated his county of Madison that greatly adds to children bo allowed free use of the the germs causing dandruff and scalp seventieth birthday last Monday. He newspapors? What of comic supple the Sfifilbiich Hotel the advantage of Richmond as the home Cqqtinued on Pago Four disease. Ax Kppost was made to burn the eM is one of the oldest residents of the city of students, where, in Ulaeec they may Learning from leading fellow drug-lst- s receive medieal or surgical attention. court bouse at Lancaster. It was dis and his friends wish him many happ? ments? Miss Land or. throughout America that thoy had Such infirmaries are considered assart of covered just in time. Look out Harred years to come. Ladies: the equipment of the large, iastiui-tton- s Good hard brick $9.00 per found ji whirlwind cure for dandruff, burg and Shelbyille. " We oanjiromlso you a clear, clean Mrs. Peyton Adams aad children, of .eczema and all diseases of thaslcln and fLoOTsvnxE Post, Mat 6. vm. Irvine, have been here several days the lOOUatW. W. Broaddus & skin anil it beautiful complexion if you scalp tho Stockton & It seems as if every member of the guests of Mr. Son Drugstore, on "One thing which greatly impressed and Mrs. tf use 5B J1Q and ZEMO SOAP according proving to the laboratories compound; the Commissioners yesterday was the Republican regime at Frankfort wants Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aasil Miller and Co. to directions. Miller at thoir fact that the Pattie A. Otay infirmary to get oa the next ticket, but Bone waat ing the troatment, that it is the most Nothing has been taken from the ZEMO i a skin beautifior and a sciencountry heme. supported Jointly hy Rwhmaad the same ettee again. prominent drug store in this city, se-- l quality of Stacy Adams shoos; you can tific prepajation for the treatment of v Prof. Sharon, of the Normal school, cured the agency for tho remedy. This Rico & Arnold. cczoma, pmplos,Tlandruu ,and all di was in Berea Monday, whore he went depoiid on them. remedy is ZEMO, she clean, liquid pre seases of the skin and scalp. ZEMO paration on aa oflteml visit to the callage to' wit that kills tho germ of disease Paint Signs. SOAP is tto nicest, best latherinz anti- . . I ness the work in the history and phys nuu frnif A r.Ain .io wasn tne scp m or i.Ejiuu ou.ir ics departments. Messrs. William Malloy and Frank soptic soart you ever..used for toilet or skin clear and clean of the 1 --' dandruff or Falmouth Pendletoniaa: "Miss Dora Beattyr tho artrstlcpalnters, will start bath. scalo and by its antisoptio qualities Sold by 'everywhere and in Slieohaa, of near Double Beech wont to out this week for a tour of wery road soottie and heal. Richmond Monday to nmtrioulate in tho way in the county to place tho names Richmond by Perry 's Drug Store. Sold and guaranteed by druirjrists ev- ' ; Eastern Kentoeky State Normal School oi uicnmond merchants on fences. I erywhero and in Richmond bv Stockton young men of fastidiour ideas, who are the osls. rooks and anything available for ne Climax $1.00 Per Year. & Son. for a tm weeks' term." . most critical in their dress, prefer At the home of Dr. C C. Marshall au attractive sign. They have con tractu who nearly every merchant in kst Saturday, thai minister ofliciating, the city and will use the paint lavishly. Mr. B. S. Kimbrull and Miss Oypha Godsey, both f the White Hall section. Looks Good. were united In marriage. . to clothes made to their measure. Many of Tj'e have enlarged onr warehouse and can hanIf the frost will just remain away for This efftee bad a ploaaant call last men in our own city men the best-dresse- d week from Mr. H L. Leote, of Irvine, a few more days, the strawborry crop dle all the Tallow. Wool. Raws. RnnP. f?in. you see on the streets every day are wearKy. Mr. Leate- - is a oontraotor, sjjng and Feathers that you bring. Rememhis will bo a liummor. Tonnesseeis crop specialty eing kddge building. ing this famous make of clothes. There are He' is has made its appcaranco on tho local This fabrics ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides preceenergetic and well equipped for his lino market and is of a vory flno quality. many reasons why they prefer these clothes Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. in Madison county growers arc looking for of werk, " E ring what you to others. First, we show a wider range of have of-desiga big. yield from thcir bfidf f lh 'Lealh- Mrs. Alice Tribble and family have colorings. cr will only hold out favorable. of patterns; second, a man is better satisfied leased the residence of Mr. Jeff Stone, in Raraatnweed, and will occupy it This is Drapin seeing a suit all ready made; third, he pending the rebuilding of, their country RICHMOND knows the reputation Adler'sCollegian Clothes Phone 363 Fabrics. This KENTUCKY noma, wliieti was destroyed by fire sev rnd, fourth, he saves fully half of what he wide Tickcloths. eral days ago. Reg. No. 4396 would pay for a suit made to order. ings in floral Danville Messenger "Miss Julia Ilig- gmsotllichmond, Miss Annie Ilerndon Burlaps in Chestnut Stallion of Lancaster, and Mr. J. S. Hasolden ofby: .plain in Lancaster, visited this city yesterday J Will make the season of 1911 at Dob 1J 1. C?U ' ana auonaee mo fcnumann-iioin- i: TT con Walkor!s stable at qualities, all cert last evening." prices Materials W. W. Tevis. who has been connect and we are adding new customers to our list floral in ed with hisJbrothcr in tho lahndry busi every, day. Why not come here,, andftry on a -To Insure a Living Colt ness in Seattle, n ash.r has returned to plain suit or two? We want you to see, this line. Kentucky. Ile claims this sla is good n.uu caiciwiu uuiur is a regis--1 in You will not be obligated in the feast enough for him, but there is plenty of tered saddlahorso and a relation to Em- money In the north-wes- t. C oral Boll that sold last year as"a One of the most prominent Presbyter old for S3.000. at the Mt. Sterling fair. ian ministers hero last weok attending aflcr si,0 won th0 ufcr stake for sa.idll . . the 'Presbytery was Dr. T TT Tt u. ix. iuiDion. iI hnrsix. This mereof Danville. For many years he was at This horse should cross well with, the ly maWANTS in the head of Central University here and mares hero, as ho is a great bred oner is greatly beloved by all. in comall th6 style and action you want; a ESTIMATES FURNISHED OH APPLICATION At tho Maspnic Temple Friday- even grand horse to harness and "good application colors nndor ing a daaoe was enieyed by soveral saddle. ..Come and sec this fellow, if mombors.of.the vouncer set. A Prank-- . you want'fo breed to a bigh-clas- s sa'ddle iertpr8toestoiiHniishea ike music horse. . Shop in Rear ot McKc4 jTJfcgrnmlMee in 'charge were Cecil ; ROBERT WALKER. fc. award , Rimen ana '. CfeW I have jir&me Bie bueeies and road Main gon felealiteh-gmd- e "The jSe.ef'.Mi'.-n- . LMuiM P&r-- 1 stuff: bean Quality is Price OWEN McKEE The Richmond Climax. ments have been given in honor of the bride the past week. Mr. E. T. Burnam was the host at it dlnnor party last Wednesday evening compliniBntary to Mr. and Mrs. ' Ales Demiy. Mrs. James Burnam" acted as hostess, Covers were laid for ten and the following were present: Mr. E. T. Burnam,"Mrs. James Burnam, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Wsir-fiel- d Bennett, Misses Madge Burnam, Marian Burnam and Messrs. Murray Smith and William Marstella. The following from a distance attended the funeral of Thomas Hurley hero last Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flan-nagaMr. and Mrs. Waltor Smith, Mrs. Wohorman, Mr. and Mrs. Troulman, Mr. and Mrs. Atwood,' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitehead John Bennett, Robert Mudd and Col. Richard Hocker, all of Lebanon Junction; Mr. Fox Duddercr and mother, and Messrs. James McCor-t- y and Thomas McCarty, of Stanfgrd; Arthur Pearce, of Knoxville, and Master of Trains Chambors, of Paris. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Todd, at six o'clgck Monday morning, Mr. J. W.Taylor and Miss Minnio Todd were united in marriage, Eklor Raynor, pastor of the East End Christian church, ofliciating. There woro only a fow friends present, the wedding boing a quiet home atfair and at this hour to enable the young couple to take the early train for ahort bridal trip. Tho groom is with tho firm of T S. Todd, and is well known, vvhllo his bride is a very charming young woman. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Collins are expecting their son, Ensign Marshal Collins, home from Annapolis, next Fridry. tho 21st, for a few days stay. Mr. Collins Is to bo best man for Ensign Caswell Saufley at his marriage to Miss DTelen O'Roar, which is a social ovent of much importance in Central Kentucky. The wedding will take place at the O'Renr on the evoning home, of the 25th, and will bo a brilliant siHair. Tho groom and his best man were class mates at tho Naval Acadomy and were graduated with the class of 1003. Tho marriage of Mr. Joseph Hamilton and Miss Loula Ilarjis was a sojial event of much importance at Union last Wednesday, and several from Richmond attended. Mr. Hamilton is a prominent furmor of that section and his bride is a handsome and accomplished young woRev. man of tho Union neighborhood. John Hamilton, of Lexington Bible College, officiated and the nuptials took place at tho home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Nannie L. Harris. The groom is a brother of Messrs. T. K J. W., Web- her and Shelby Hamilton, all of Richmond, and has many friends here who wish him and his bride a happy future. n, hourlook hg'over a few of tho thousands of testimd ials that wo havo on file, you would no go oh suffering from catarrh, Ihat disgii Sting disease that will surely sap-jou- r itahtyand weaken your en tire systeh if allowed to continue. You wo ild have just as much faith in HYOMEI as we haS'e, and wo, havo so much con Id'enco in its wonderful curative .virtu i that it is sold the. country over undejf a positive guarantee to cure catarrn, croup, sore inroat, cougns ana colds or n oney back. No ston ach dosing when you breathe nYOMEIJ Just pour a few drops of the liquid; Into the inhaler and breathe C THE HIGH BUST CORSET IS- - :Vi911. REGEIPTS Money from pay patlentsJ Memberships City money , rCounty money i; Entertainments . Donations Campaign money --C-'- s ' A 3 509.35 --. 09.99 375.00 45.09 212,37 2,553.91 28-00 . Good Shaping Model Fits 5nuly, as Fashion Requires - Total. $3,884.31 it in. Disbursements, 532.42 up thoso tuffod-u- p nostrils in two mini utos, and nakos your head fcel as clear as a bell i i a short time. Brcalhd HYOMErand kill tho catarrh gorms It s tho only way to cure catarrh. It's tho only wayjo got rid of that constant hawfcing, snulllingand spitting. A comrtoto HYOMEI outfit, which includes a Ijpttlo of HYOMEI and, a hard rubber poliket inlialer.costs 81 at drug gists overj'whore or at B. L. Middloton's If you, already own a Hyomoi Inhaler you can gilt an oxtra bottle of HYOMEI for 50 ceiits. s It is mii;uty pleasant to .use; it opens Balance, 9 301.89 DISBURSEMENTS 3 05288 Overdraft in Bank 005.15 Nurses' salaries 518.85, Eatables and servants. Coal. Light Drugs Telephpno Water and Gas Insurance. Merchandise , L ; : Laundry.. 187.35 54.05 127.30 9.10 30.70 43,50 42.25 104.94 1,202.75 A good bit of the fabric around the skirt is unboned. The garment with the aid of the supporters, is drawn close to the. figure. A choice model with all the features that give excellent service : : : : i : : : V : -- Made to" Wear, Not to Break, Rust, or the Fabric Tear Style 526 Style 626 : : : : Price $2.50 Price $2.50 ... . Kaufman, Straus & Company Lexington, Kentucky and-patro- FREE FREE On BETTE Saturday, May 13, at 2: 30 P. M. RURAL GH001S D Oldham & Co. will give away absolutely free one of the wonderful "The Free'' Sewing Machines D. C. be here on and Lader a factory expert, "The Free" Machine. Every lady the interesting talks on county should be present up-to-da- te aa y tofln-eoce- al W. 0. Oldham For Aged People & 0 ompany i . . 5 ' rl Young Men of e Fashion t Colonial Drapery Fabrics ' Big; Prices For Hides -- Adler's Collegian Clothes I season's drapery take of past years dence over those beauty and daintiness of n 6 especially true of Colonial ery trade mark embraces a range of There are Art striped effects thoroughly dyed, soft finished Drapery a variety of shades Cretons a number of good, at different Lighter weight Curtain naturalistic and modern Arts and designs Crafts and printed Art Denims printed effects serviceable. Tapestries and extensive Chintzes and assortments of 5aleens and 5ilkolines. stock has been assembled not to supply one's drapery terials but to suggest new effects binations of and their 4p the various rooms of the home. M. King Emeral Chief WIDES 6 - - $20.00 t r. toddIj Contractor s. and Featuring This Business was Built Adler's Collegian Clothes t 6 t Builder Prices $15 to $30 Crf , Brower & Co. Leurington, t .d Other Good .Makes $10 to $15 -- Ky Tdk)bone 467 6 RkJimohd, Ky Comer 2nd and THE ROYAL Home ol t t J Cloths J. 5. StarM,Jdpfietor mm I Don't Overlook : Clima: x JONE&a candidate for Sheriffot Madison county. BUDject to tne action oi tne jjmv cratic party. IT. IT. Voran. anthnrlvl tn Sheriff L,nT.VEnindllntf fnr nrtnrmnceof Madi son county, suDjeci to tuc acuiui i .Democratic party. We ore hereby authorized to announce VAN B, BBNTQN a candidate for Sheriff a of Madiaon County, subject to- the actloa of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERIXTEXDEXce We.nrenutharizeMo announce BENJAMIN P. EDWAKDS. n candidate for of Public Schools of Jfadlson county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. o FOR JAILER We are authorized toannounceMQRGAN TAVIilV n rtindklnte for lallerotJlodlson county, oubject to the action of the DemoDentist Governor McCreary to bo held the 12th cratic party. of May, to fill the vacancy on tho AppelTelephone 267 FOR ASSESSOR late Benijh caused by tho killing of. We are authorized to announce GEORGK Office in Oldham Building Smith, NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Judge Jojin M. Elliott. W. B. Madison County subject to the action of of Richmond, and Richard Reld, of Mt. tne jjensocratic jumy. One of the line of the "Clothes Beautiful." Well For Those Who Employ Chil ei nnnnnnre W. P. TtT. r o.. f Tin r" Sterling, jare announced candidates. let's see some of shem they're certainly some class ARMAN n candidate for Assessorof Mad- dren in Richmond During Uoccessor toUurEin & Uenny son county, subject to the action ot the to them." Union City. Democratic party School Hours. We are authorized to announce RUFUS Jones is critically III. Mrs. IJlizabeth Orer State Banc & Trut Company JENKINS a candidate for Assessor . ot TKLEPHONB 398 boy. Mr. Rufus?ianson county buujwiwwcbuiuu u Mr. Roeers Eads Truant Ofllcor Kunkle is experiencing Democratic party. Baber's little girl, .aunt Dolly McKinney FOR COUNTY CLERK You can tell them by the Schloss Bros. & Co. a great deal of trouble with children and Mrs. Muggie Noland are on tho sick Harry M Blanton, rn A ftrtilinrtxiKl tn nnnnnnce LflRue C who will not attend school on account label on the Coat Collar. Also by the Custom DENTIST Bouse a county subject County actloa of Clerk candidate for Tho list. of being emfiloyed by merchants. of to the Madison Made Look There is a case of Scarlet fever at Mr. Democratic party Kentucky are very strinschool laws f . gent along this line and those who cm- - Jamfs Parks. Real Estate. ploy children during school hours are Just after the sale we are showing Mr. Laban Rupard has returned from All persons desiring either to sell or subject to a heavy fine. The law reads a two weeks visit at Lexington; purchase land or other property or to as follows: DENTIST Mr. and Mrs. Colby Green aro visiting make rentals of same will find it to their "No child! under fourteen years of ago relatives, in Winchester. Lick, shall bo employed, pormltted or suffer interest' to place the same with me as Mr. William Reeves, of Winchester, ea 10 worK in or in connection wiwi any Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a am a memter of the National Aunt" Dollie They are all chock full of new spring stuff. Espec factory, worjrshop, mine, mercantile es- visited his mother-in-laSpecialty. tlvo Realty Co., of Washington, with " office, resOffice in Bank Building. ially in Wash Goods, Hamburgs, Embroideries, tablishment store, businesshouse or in McKinney, last week. cms througnout Mie unueu atates, taurant, holel apartment Rov. Tavlor filled his place in tho Laces, etc. uome ana see them before ttiey are the distribution or transmission of merMexicojind Cuba-- Also my services as " GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON picked over they are new and fresh now. Onr new chandise or Jncssages. It shall be un- Baptist church Sunday. auctioneer may be scoured by calling on lawful for any person, firm or corpora mo at my residence, No. 200 Third St., line of imperial Dress Skirts have just arrived and tion to employ any child under fourteen Lawyers Always There. S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. SCHLOSS K0S 5 CO. the styles and weaves are very beautiful. Come and years of age in any business or service Office in Douglas & Simmons now f22-tt- v Cletkes Makers itmH&B&UBP' see the best fitting Skirts shown on this or any other wnatevcr, during any part oi tneofterm The political writer in the Louisville Building on Second-Strethe DlUert tid Rew York during which the public schools market. Our styles are exclusive. We have jnst district In which the child resides are Herald has tho following to say in comopp. Court House Best Patent Flour. nlimentto Thomas J. Smith, one of in session." tor ladies. If you don't need a spring suit It will pay you to see the new styles and received some new Tailor-mad- e 32.70; COO pounds lot and 100 pounds If a child jnust be kept out of school Richmond's best known citizens 2.05. Out Rate Grocery Stores. ret prices. Schloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men have begun to oome in in all. their new spring glory. for the supphrt of a family, a sworn "Prince of Goodfellows" where'er ho Oar line of new spring Oxfords ane Strap Sandals in Queen Quality Shoes for ladlos are already in stock. Make statement mast be made to the Super- goes'. "By the way, what would hnppen Specialist For Sale. yeur selection now while you can get your size. Our Wm. Kneeland"Shoes and Oxfords for men are showing up intendent of'Schools. But no child can to Senator McCreary if he ventured out Lot In Burnamwood 70x110 feet. In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE better than ever for this spring. Sec them, tret our nricos and sec the new things In every department we can be employed under tho ago of fourteen without Tom Smith? If tho Senator R. K. STONE - tf Apply olected years. The fine Is not more than fifty should bo lucky enough and THROAT you money on every purchase. five dollars. Officer Kunkle said there were Governor of Kentucky we'll bet our last Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky Eggs For Sale. several local; cases that he would be cent that Tom Smith will be well pro compelled tq report to tho Commission vided for. Not that Tom wants a pol I havo for sale Brown Leghorn and cr of Labor, if the proper notification itical office, but simply because the Barred Plymounth Rock eggs. Setting Senator enioys his companionship and didnotbrinj results. 15 eggs, 31. Also few pairs beautiful conld not do without him." , Attobne yat-La- h and popular African geese, $10 per pair. KENTDCKY. RICHMOND, am also agent for the celebrated Administrator's Notice. Jiflce over State Bank & Trust uoM op- Cyphers Incubators, breeders and Poul Tosito Court House, on Mainbtreet. Kincl Richmond Readers The All persons having claims against the try appliances foods and supplies. Tel Appreciate. estate of Ellen Todd, deceased, w ephone 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. ixsuke your Cures that! last are cures that tell. To please present them to mo properly veri Clark Rice, thoroughly Know the virtues of a medi fied according to law, on or before July houseJwith Graduate McKlllipp Veterinat allege cine you mutt investigate tho cures and R. D. No. 3,- of Chicago. Ill see if they tarove permanent, Doan's 1, 1911, or same will be barred. Richmond, Ky. R. K. MOBERLY, Kidney Pills stands this test, and plenty of proof exists right here in mis locality. 43--Jt Administrator of Ellon Todd People who testified years ago to relief For Sale. Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable AT ONCE from backache, Kidney and urinary dis I have a splendid carriage for sale. Offico Phone fl9 I Complimentary. perorders, now declare that relief was I My Richmond, Ky Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a deRes. Phono 532 THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT manent and the cure perfect. Can any Prof. E. 0. McDougle, of the Normal pot wagon, carry four or Ave people. It Richmond sufferer longer doubt the evi BURNS AND 'WISH school, is in receipt of the following let dence! has both summer and winter side doors, YOU HAD Samuel T. Greene. Holt street. Mt. ter from a well known Boston publish pole and shafts. I also have a set of Sterling, Ky., says: "I can corroborate ing house: hand made carriage harness and a large the public stt.tcment I gave in May 1903 SUKVEYUhC Pbop. E. C. McDouqle, Its poor policy to wait untill you havo in praise of loan's Kidney Pills. X can gcntlo harness horse all of wfiich I will Richmond, Ky. a fire to begin thinking about insurance. not express how much good Doan s Kid solicage of thosoits patron needing ser sell worth the money. Dejlk Sik: Do it now. Wo write tho best policies noy Pills did me, in fact, . I doubt if I vices of a competent man. Address, I have read some of your recent Dr. Clarence H. Vaught. would bo alivo were it not for them I Dan H. Breck. sowork in the Christian Observer with RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. You may continue to use my name and Dan H. Breck, life, fire and accident much interest, and if you havo any xow is ino iime oi year to leed your say that I recommend Doan's Kidney available material that you care to Insurance. tf Pills highly." fowls a good tonic. cures submit for examination, I shall bo by all dealers. Piice 50 For sale Am thoroughly prepared to do all Cholora, Roup, Gapes, Canker and glad to consider the possibility of Fostt Co.. adding a volume of your poems tto kinds of fly screen work at lowest pric When fed as a preventative cents.York, sole agents for the Buffalo New United my list es. Leave call at Douglas, Simmons & It not only keeps them healthy, but States. Faithfully yours. Will buy or sell your house Deatheragc. 12 3m R. A. Barlow. makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, Remember the name Doan's and The letter was signed by the head of farm town lots or any thing No Pay. G uaranteed by your druggists, take no othsr. In case of rheumatism refiof from the firm and referred to the exquisite else in the Real Estate line Stockton & Son. pain makes sleep and rest possible. This Notice to Creditors poem, God and Nature," recently re Anv business intrusted to may be obtained by applying Chamberlry it under the guarantee. Ask for All persons' having claims against the printed in the Christian Observer, of Iain's booklet on diseases of poultry. 1 him will be promptly and & Son.Linimenft For Sale by Stockton purestate of James O. Lackey, deceased, Louisville. The Climax gave this poem to. See are hereby npj.ified to present same pro- to its readers three years ago and it has earef ullv attended Eggs For 5ale. Notice him if his services are need From my Single Comb Brown Leg- perly verified as required by jaw to the since been used all over this and oyen undersigned liccutors ofjsaid James G, in foreign countries. I will stand my Silver Creak Red Boar Only recently ed. horns, Si per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 "We represent iron bound hog, at ray home on Big Hill avenue at eggs for 82. 'Also breeder of Bourbon Lackey for yiufmcnt on or before the Prof. McDougle received a magazine re S1.00. "Money duo when service is renRed Turkeys and S. C. Butf Orpington, first day of Ifyy 1011. And all persons from Australia containing the poom: Insurance Companies being indebted to tho said James C dered. I have for sale some nlee shoals and iluscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of member this. See the new ones Sexton has shoes. largo enough for service. Liackey either by note or account, are correspondence. notified to come and pay same without W. B. Turley Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, cost. Given un Big Hill Ave. mO 2mo D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. f uther notice, and save R. der our hands as executors of James O. Constipation brings many ailments in Lackey. Thh the 20th day of March Standard Bred R. I. Reds. its tram and is the primary cause of 1911. We now have stock from some of tho mucn sickness. Keep your bowels regular, maaam, and you will escape many best blood lines in America and aro gh of the ailments to which women are My idea of real anger is when in? better bargains than ever before in subject. Constipation is a very simple roiey s xviutey Pills contain in con a woman has been dealing with eggs from choice matings $2 per 15. thing, but like many simple things, it range flock SI per 10; may lead to serious consequences. Na centrated form ingredients of establish' one irrocery for a long time and Free duck eggs 31 per 11. Colored Muscd therapeutic al covy Orders taken ture oiten needs a little assistance and leviation of all value for tho prompt ail pavinjr cash, and then finds out kidney and bladder when Chamberlain's Tablets are given for baby chicks, satisfaction guaranteed ments. Foley' Kidney Pills are antisep at the first indication, much distress a neighbor has been paying less Phone-Wac5--2 3Irs R C Coomer 5 1 tic, and suffering mav be avoided. RnM hv yourtonic ana restorative, ua not allow for the same. Better join me kidney trouble to progress .beyond Speedwell, Ky Ctl.t.. r. S the reach of m.Ddicine, but start taking in a few visits to a place where a oiey s Kidney Pills at once. Refuse Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur When a medicine must be given to prices are lowest and no favor Sold by Stockton & Son. anco. Tho very best old line Comnanie substitutes. young children It should be pleasant to ites. m. S. Broaddus, Agt. f, tako. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Going Some. . mado from loaf sugar, and tho roots "Don't let the baby suffer from eczema. n The Lumber Co. used in Its preparation gives it a flavor sores or any itchingof the skin. Doan's is going after Fanner Uses The te business' similar to maple syrup, making it pleas Ointment gives instant relief, cures with rapidity. They entered Into com The Best Implements ant to take. It has no superior for colds quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All petitivobid with Louisville firms for croup and whooping cough. For Sale by druggists sellslt g the lumber to construct the two new Square-DealinTTe have the latest improved Low Stockton & Son. Never can tell when you'll mash a fin depots at Versailles, which the L. fc N. er or suffer a cut. bruise, burn or scald. is preparing to build, and won out. Sev Telephone 62 Opera House Building c prepared. Dr. Thomas' Eclectio Oil eral firms in sniallor cities than Louis instantly relieves the ly cures ville were also jtldders. This firm also tho wound. shipped to Gdrrard county the past months material for several new buildings. Richmond lumber dealers go afand the farmers are rapidly discarding ter business everywhere, and all adjoin the old ones for the ing counties thtare progressing In the building line ari using the finished pro for duct from local mills. Sec'y-Trea- s. Lands. the Mtire front peso of the Oxfor (frhlo) Herald, edited by thai The Northwestern Mutual Llie InEVICT WIMPIII Pi ana wieiuer aj surance Co., wilt loan money, at S per veteran newspaper-maThe Man who invented the hinged cola trenchlint pen, David A. Murphji is cent interest on good improved farm PRINTING C6 devoted 'his week to a write-up of Rich- lands on Mortye. lar balton and got rich by St, saw a Apply to J. C- Chenault, Attn incorporated.) gocd thing that had been within six of ExMayor mond, ifflth a picture Richmond, Ky. Woods, Mr. Murphy will be rememinches of millions of men's eyes for A. D. Mineri Pres. and Mgr. bered aijiuperintendent of construction fifty years. W. G. Whiti of the (lovcrnment building, and has - Editor many friends in Richmond. Ue formeryoung chap came Into the. store Saturday Steve K. Ya ight wanted to know the minute he cot inside ly edltedfa paper in Danville, but later itmUt .f whether we had such and snch a suit that was in went with the Government. Hothinks :i ii 1 l vii KERTUSKY PRESS ASSOCIATE the window on Monday. "Nojt--wsold "I knew. this Is tte best town in the Old Comit" ie. said "a friend of mine has It on." monwealth. EIGHTH" a STRICT LEAGUE. I. R. Pennington PUBLISHERS vrve aamirea tnausuit m the window two or thirty Years Ago. Dentist. . three times but I'll be giggered if I thought it could eBICE YEAB PES 11.00 Office next door to Government buill EdJtortPerry of the Winchester be bought for the price Tio told me he paid." "Got IK ADVANCE has the following interesting Ing Richmond, Ky. anythlnglike It" "Why don't you put prices on Years Ago To item In Ids 4Thirty-twthem in the window?" "Who made the suit any- WEdnesd: IY APR. 19 Mil day" column of the issue of last ' Thursway?" ' day, the Cth; "An election is called by C-- Good : Things rkeRil bmond Climax. J ikes Richmond, Mcwiy to Loan on Good Farm "Wrt FOR .SHERIFF DEATIIKkAGB a candidate for- Sieilff of Madlcon county, subject to Ike- actloa ot iJemoctatic party We nre autliotlzed to announce JOHXE. DALDWIN a candidate for.Shenfl ot Mad-lo- n ctmntr. subject to the actios ot the Democratic party. art nu i 1 iia . Sun-Sentin- From the Basement to the Roof We carry in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds Dr. Robt. C. Bogga "Itfs a Schloss Bros & Co. Suit HE, iVY FINE Todd-Edwar- Lumber Co C8raer 8213 5 0rc&ard R. Emmett Million $15.00 up ment DENTIST Phone 0 Richmond, - New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a lull supply . always of New Goods in Every Depart H. L PATRICK -- Tate & Son, Paint Kentucky Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Phojie us your orders for quick deliveryj Nq. 35. The smallest order gets our closest attention as well as the- - largest. Remember we sell -- JOfgm' ifjSS'-Hi- e et - Dr. M. Dunn lt Field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay toe . D. Oldham & Co. IT IS to D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate & Son Work That Tells. Telephone 35 E. Main Street Moved Have Moved BETTER Dr. C H. Mainhart D. R. Fr eeman Veterinary Surgeon 1 Grocery & Meat IVIarlcet H. e. DOTY, Going to Build? I I I I I I I H I to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and licit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be chased. If you. have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please t-- Lumber C IF SO, LET U5 FIGURE YOUR I I H I R4-11-- Lim-berncc- k. James & Hunley B LAN T ON-- 0 N GLET ON LM COMPANY Incorporated " Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 - 40-50- - Yours for Fresh Goods J. R. PARKE Betsy's Pointers The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new Irvine Street Telephone 39 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cont goods. For 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. Wo hove everything' In Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes, Cutlery, eta, and every price marked in plain figures. Buy-johousehold goods here and SATE MONEY ur o, Best Job Printing Up-fo-da- Climax t-- Blantoo-Congleto- Lackey & Todd Prices and 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building P ow 1 New Improved Wm. J. Oliver with a guaranleestgainst breakage of frog and a point an2 a landslide that is independent of each other. Think of this. Have rou seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented The Home of pain-quick- Good Quality WE OFFER Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to "Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade -- fobacco Canvas at 2 l-- And Recommend Investment 3c per yard The Sou&d Sleep of Good Health. RICHARD S1O.00 To Insure a Living Mule Colt, and TAYLOR & OLDHAM Can not be overestimated and any ail ment that prevents It is a menace to health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, Wis., says: "I hjive been unable to sleep soundly nights, (because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidnevs. I Will Stand My Good Jack My appetite was very poor and my cener- al condition was much run down. I havo been takijig Foley's Kidney Fills but a short timqand now sleep as sound as a rock, my g( aoral condition is great- ly improved, at tho Otter Creek-StocFarm, 3 miles Kidney Pills ha1i nd I know that Foley e cured mo." Good re .northeast of RlchBiond, for the sults always fallow tho use bf Foley Season of 1911, at Klndey Pills. They aro a prompt corrective of urinary irregularities. Try them. Sold by (Stockton & Son. A Dobrowsky Richmond Electric & Power Company's Six Per Cent Convertible, First Mortgage GOLD BONDS In Denominations $500.00 and $1,000.00 ' of of $100.00, 4 r Lajit Spike. A special from' Versailles has the fol-owing concerning the completion of th5 Kentucky HlghS inds railroad, between that city and Fiankfort: "Connection of tho track of the Kentucky Highlands railroad was mallo Saturday on James 0, Pates' farm knd the first train a work train was run over tho line from Frankfort to Versailles on Tuesday morning. Regular passenger train ser vice will be established not later than At 100 nnd Interest (subject to prior salo) $10 to 5eason for Jennet - with return privilege. - Ladies' Ho is 4 years old, 15 M hands high and black with white points, good body and bone, and bps proved himself a sure foal getter and a good breeder. RICHARD P. McCord's Jack, Richmond Chief, and out of a Bourbon Chief jennet. "isJl. These Bonds can be converted into the Seven Per Cent. PreferretHStockof the Electric Company, which stock is issued in exchange for the Bonds and for no other. purpdjse and pays dividends quarterly. Non-Taxabl- e, Ready to wear Goods are arriving daily. Ele gant styles. Respectfully All caro taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. ilaros and jennets kept on grass and feed at reasonable rates. Mayl." l J lltescripjive Circular Mailed on Application Oa Coodt&or Helped Back "f OMctt ' 50 years experience the factory guarantee In suits, all sizes" from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from Ti Work. i Mrs. J. M. Barlow New Gibson Bunding Main Street, i " ' lli. ' ad Mr. Wilford Allams is his name, and he writes; "I wis confined to nybed At the same time and place I will stand with chronic rh-gmtis aa& used two bottles of Foley' Kidney Kenedy with My Fine Saddle Stallion gooi effect, Th thirl put me on my FeeftMd I resum sd work as conductor mlIM Lexioxtoif, Ky., Street Kailwty. do all youlclein in ceees of riieii- s iMtka." Fele byKidser Remedy al- 1 3s I U to insure. At kjn rheumatism climlwttiofthe nrio (kmb tne tMie. 9eettuy reeea-3BMdiiHe k a Mask tone, 6 jers old, ' BoW by eUeilr yeople. Henning & Investment Securities 1 Black Diamond & M ville and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cats, Trunks, Umbrellas, HBHE339II1 W Flats mM. Fine Line NwStjl aI BsSasravt 4L WsssV IrUl el - sMMte jt W?iletRml fitter. H H omt Count Wllk k irti yiapngp . in er m a 1656uth Fifth Street, Louisville, Ky, : '71'KwKlway, Mew Yoik; N. Y. New York Stock xofaasge mm 4?' Pboee 83-- 2 FdrRenL tte mlH MayCoBinSt rings. Ricbsto&d, iiak Xj. J. B. Stouffer Bkfisfad Uotssar 4 Tsflodrsj House is Rkhaaood ;- 11 - . - - ' ; , & I ..- - i2 - " V-. '"-'V- - --- F i--- t i ."t . - "b. "it , '1' - it-- , i Jt .' V'r- . V. if.? "ijaBBaaMgaaHMWMMMMMMBaawMawwMowwMBwwaiMaMWWWwnMawawMawwwMaM S9HP WTien You Add something each yasir that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most us to buy large quantities of house furnishings cf at one time be surprised, though, how rapidly your You home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow tijis plan of adding something 'new every "will B Young Men of Style Wear TRADE AMARK RADE gjMARK. OLLARS & CUFFS. U Q Ke niton Suits I --- Si lXj 0 MJub 0raJCOLLARS& for CUFFS. Of All' The Kenton Suits arc shown 2 tf 1 spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. in models especially adapted to young men The coats have broad, perfectly formed athletic shoulders - the collars and lapels are fashioned in the latest New Yorkstyles the skirts drape with a graceful swing that belongs only to high class workmanship. m HJ 2tf xfz BACK1SIH. 2 for 25 ' J Stores n Richmond UnlY Two CgJJ MJ1 f0f 11 2 r"'- ,- 25 ATHLETE I F"nt21N. I ROBUSTUS Front 1H Im. 3x 2 & F0R " M BackIUIh. N JU Linen Collars for yourself. This may sound strange, but it is True, as you may readily prove BENNETT and HiGG I N S The trousers have char- acter and style all their own UNDERTAKING Ojd Dominion Portland Co. Ce- dent at W. W. Broaddus & If Smoke jg&'i 10c 5c The bank examiner of of the state was . m Kirksville Monday and Tuesday and upripht lino for U at bargain made a thorough examination of the afs IiusiMw Omoe Nmm1 School. faire of the Fartnors bank. He author .m Insurance Afaocr for Fire ises the statoment that ho found every thing in excellent oondition. It caught 6ali t Obmwi'k leave New Floor. 44U earlv. A handsome new tile floor at the He on CovingtoN fc Tborao for gr Kee store is being put down by the firm You will save M MMc aa eery of Tnrpin & Stone. U L J Drop in and see the superior Fit of a Kenton Suit look over our splendid showing of newest shades of Blues and Tans and Grays and Browns and no matter how you are built, extra long or short, stout or lean, we have a size and model to fit you Kenton Suits are reasonably priced? Linen Collars are always plainly stamped "Linen;" Cotton Collars are never so stamped, because the law strictly prohibits false brands on collars. This makes it easy to tell linen collars from cotton. Simply look for the linen stamp on the collar; if it is not there, you may know positively it is cotton. "We sell Barker's Linen Gollars because they are linen. Linen wears better than cotton, looks better launders better, and shrinks less. Linen is the quality you are entitled ., Luck. 'i.e 10 Owm MaKee, RMtmoad ,.r dry goods aad notma. Others C. .Tasper had the misfortune Dr. H. a why not you. t to lose his flue trotting bred mare last ShoX . agent for Hurst mal received a scratch on her leg severInsurance Co. Vfitt wa or phone al days ago, and so small did it seem 151 ring S. UakM OHy. Ky. r that no attention was paid to it until . Hard to, and you should refuse to buy cotton. Barker's Linen Collars are unsurpassed for fit and style, and we sell them at the same price most stores charge for cotton A. Friday eening from lockjaw. The anl $15.00, 16.50, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, $25.00 Other Good Suits $10.00 to ?J2.50 : X 1 2 for 25 cents res For Sale. of good fertile Ww4.iir tetanus had developed. White-Appl- y Golden Coming ed to R. C. Moore. "Whitehall, Roy Goklon, the crack twirler, who 44 St was pwrobased from Richmond by the St. Louts National Loague team, Wanted. the great Toney at Chicago last a el'.iiur kmi rooms $h Saturday. Only five Wi 4 to hits woro secured of Imhmf's mUL Apply off the Richmond pitcher - uborhoo while Toney . W. Zariac Qtmm mni Mill Oo. was knooked out of the box. Lost. . Makes Levy for the Year at Adjourned Meeting Last office. Wednesday. Lehigh Portland Cement at tf Sand, lime, cement, brick, W. W. Broaddus & Co. wall plaster, rock and screenAn adjourned meeting of the Fiscal Normal Lost i m i weunesuay, ium court was held last .I. in any quantity and at ings, busiThe base ball team of theXormal met the following week, and the chief lowest prices. No delay; see defeat Monday afternoon on the local ness before the county magistrates was us. W. W. Broaddus & Co. grounds in the first game of the season. the making of the levy for the ensuing44-J- J sioar strapoi 'row my place State Bank Examiner Snyder, of Secr miles fro town on Tato's Greek retary of State Brunner's office, was in Reward. 0. W. Deatltorage. ;.e R. D. Ko. 4 the city Monday, and refused to divulge his destination, but slated it was someFor 5ale. where in the county. There are five a sillily som, high smoa Upright state banks in Madison, and it is safe to Bargate, ifsoMatoMO; await or say he will And them all in tip top shape. :i. nis. Addrow W. L. K., eare of Examining Banks. Covington & Banks THE STORE FOR QUALITY FISCAL COURT Millers Meet Mr. Allen Zaring was called to Lex- ington last week to attend a very im portant neeting of the Central Ken tucky Miller's Association, the chief business of which was. to discuss the present wheat crop in Kentucky. From all reports it will be above the average, provided no ill winds come along to ... . Painful Wound. who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. 1'. Wilson, on Estil avenue, was the victim of a very painful accident last week. "While engaged at a sewing machine, she let the sharp needle Tun through the index finger on her right hand, puncturing the bone and breaking most painful off. It is one of the wounds a porson can experience and she suffered terribly for several days Mrs. VS. R. Gott, of Lancaster, . OH'ERA HOUSE Every Night Union College, of Barboursville, was the victor and Uie score stood 7 to 2 at Patent Granted. The Normal department at Washington has the end of the ninth. a patent on a railroad playod a good game, but were outclass:.i: from ed by the husky mountaineers j Jamet Roman, a colored taveator iV i on town this comity. Tbob who Kbox county. it and oaamtwed the now Against White Plague. it will make the mvaator Sunday, April 30, has been designated soxeral Richmond people are .! and capital wUl be raised at as "Tuberculosis Day" in the United i" place the anWieii prodast on State awl the Kentucky Association M:.rk-- t By the now invention, K has asked all ministers of the state to .:.;t-the spreading of rails will be deliver a talk en that day, or some timo - Vie and the tie will last for yeare during that week, on this great destroy. epairing. er of life.. A lecture outline has been mailed to each minister. . ii foa-clai- m iw--;. a -- year. All members were preaeui iuwuuinjr County J udge Saackeliora . iouuiy Superintendent John Noland asked for more money, as the school fund was short last year, and under the law the court is bound to raise the levy for school purposes in order to meet the re- quirements. The school levy was raised from seven to ten cents, but no other changes made. The following is the rato to make up the ad valorum tax of 57 on the 3100: For county schools, 10 cents. Prnviilo a cash basis sinkinK fund, 2 cents. General purposes, officers), salaries, Prominent Domain's Insurance kinds. Agonoy writes all 43tf Inspection. Richmond Cemmandory No. 25. K. T. will have its official inspection tomorrow evening and the inspecting officer will be Sir Knight Taylor M. Estes, of Lebanon. The Red Cross will be conferred in the afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock. A banquet will bo served at C o'clock and will be followed by the con ferring of the Order of the Temple. A full attendance is requested of all members in full uniform. Culton's meat is ordered by all particular housewives. There's a reason. You'll Be More Than Well Pleased Badly Hurt Tho Cincinnati Enquirer, tho recog nized sporting paper of the country, has written to the president of the Blue Grass bass ball league offering to put the box score in this season. The box score is tte same form used for tho Na 15 2 rents. Maintain turnpikes, bridges and roads, tional, American, American Association and other big leagues. The sporting 25 cents. To nav 4 turnpike bonds due this editor of the Enquirer, in writing to President Ussery, says that tho Blue year, 3 2 cents. Provide a turnpike sinking fund, 1 2 Grass lea;ue has attained a high stand ard in the base ball world, entitling it to Cents. Pay interest on turnpike bonds, 2 this recognition on tho sporting page qf 1 2 cents. this big daily. This will be good news Pay sinking fund indebtedness, 1 for Richmond fans as well as all others interested in the Blue Grass league. cent. Provide ruilroad refunding bond sink Call 125 and let Uulton send you one ing fund, cent. of bis appetizing rib roasts. Pay interest on railroad refunding bonds, 5 2 cents. S1EE YH0'S HERE The State Bank & Trust Co., was County treasurer for the year. chosen The court adjourned to meet the first Tuesday n May. 1-1-- 2. son Smith Gentry, the eleven year-ol- d of Mrs. Dave Jaokson, met with a very with our storing pictures and re- unfortunate accident Monday evening entertainment. while riding a bicycle. The boy was fined vaudeville The beet pictures, the levoroet perdewn by a colored lad riding horseforators make up the programme, back and thrown heavily to the ground. which is changed ever' daf Young Gentry's skull was crushed and he was otherwise badly bruised. An Our Moving Pictures onoration was performed by Dr. Gibson, And Refined Vaudeville lint Ma rendition is very critical. He are always fit to be seen by women resides with his mother on North street. No objeotionahte Th accident happened at the intersec and children.. tion f First and Irvine streets, both features are permitted. tvirtfas beinff in the crowd that was an Two Shows Every Night trnrinf the fire alarm turned in from First 7:15, Second 8:30. the. Cast nnd. It was an unavoidable ADMISSION, JO CENTS accident from all accounts. n For 10 cents you get 5 pounds of Soda at Sewell & McKinney's. Southern Conference. of the depot. Mr. Devoro was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Devore, and was familiarly known to his host 'of friends as "Wash." He brought . 1. ; T. 1. .1 M l. Will Be Replaced at Once By ' of railroad life, to his associates by his Richmond Electric Co.-L- oss witty remarks and jolly disposition. He Covered by Insurance. was forty-thre- e years of age and is survived by his wife, who was Miss Jennie Garrett, of this county, besides bis par The power plant of the Richmond ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dovore, Sr., Electric Company suffered a loss last and three sisters and three brothers, Wednesday evening that may reach Mesdames Robert Terrill. M. M. Dicker-so- n $5,000, but fortunately covered by inand Miss Kate Devoro, and Messrs. surance. A new Corliss steam engine Claude, Fred and Frank Devore, all of is wrecked and a new.gerierator is prac- Richmond. This death is all the more tically ruined, one side of the building sadder for the bereaved parents in .the was blown out and a portion of the fact that this is the third son they have boiler torn away. The cause of the mis- buried in the past year, the three oldest hap can hardly bo- - explained by experi- children. Funeral services were conenced men, but Engineer Parker thinks ducted by Rev. E. B. Barnes at tho the governors snapped just as he cut off residence on Third street Friday afterthe steam from the boiler, allowing the noon and burial followed in Richmond to run away and explode. Tho cemetery. wheel was torn into many pieces and thrown against the building and maHurley. chinery with great force. It is a mirathe death of William Devore, With cle that Parker was not killed. The reserve dynamo and engine were brought comes another demise, that of Thomas into immediate use and the service was Hurley, who, like his brother engineer, in no way hindered. A fire alarm was was called to the great beyond in the turned in and the company reponded, twinkling of an eye. Boyhood friends but no damage was done by fire. Re- of the same community, starting out in pairs will be begun at once and rushed life together to climb to the important tor completion. position of engineer, brothers fn the "oThat Richmond will have ono of the rganization of railroad engineers and best equipped plants in the state is evi bosom friends, it is a remarkable coindenced by tho fact that President Her- - cidence that they should dio the same rington Is now in Schenectady, New day, at the same hour and in the same York, where he went from Cleveland, manner, while in the employ of the L. Ohio, last Monday to see acampletonew & N. railroad, and both were just past years of ago. Thomas Huroutft loadqd oq the cars for Richmond. forty-thre- e Mr. Herrington went from Richmond ley was born in Virginia, but moved to last Thursday to Cleveland to be in con Rowland, Lincoln county, when quite a ference with his consulting engineers, young boy. His ambition was to bo- the General Engineering Co., regarding the situation here. The engine and generator" room will be entirely rebuilt. Tho new units, one of 250 horso power capacity and tho other 150 capacity, both direct connected, CO oyoles, three phase, have been purchased and were shipped yesterday from the General Electric Company's factory at Damaged Machinery 1 el come an engineer and after serving his timo as fireman, he was promoted to that most important place, and has served the Jj. &. N railroad on the same years. division for the past twenty-tw- o His mother, Mrs. S. L. Midkiff, moved to Richmond from Rowland and has been residing here many years. Besides his mother he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Robert Harris, also of Richmond, and a wife and two children a boy and girl. For several years Mr. Hurley had been residing at Lebanon Junction, where he owned a farm, expecting within a few years to retire from tho cab of the engine with a spotless record and enjoy a well earned home and plenty. His death occurred at his home last Wednesday about noon, apoplexy being assigned as the cause. He was here about ten days ago, visiting his mother and sister, and seemed in good health. Funeral services were conducted at the home on Third street Friday afternoon by Dr. Scanlon, followed by burial in Many beautiful Richmond cemetery. floral designs were sent by railroad organizations, which attested tho popularity of the dead engineer. The Stanford Journal has the following on his death: "Engineer Hurley lived in, Stanford for many years, when he ran on this division of the L. & N., and was known and He married Miss liked by everyone. Nan McCarty, a niece of Sheriff W. L. McCarty, and is survived by her and two children. For several yerrs lately he had been running on the passenger train from Louisville to Greensburg. and he was just as popular on that division as A great many ho had been on this. friends here will mourn that good old Tom Hurley is no more." Strong Candidate. Dr. Crecilius, of Pendleton county.the only announced candidate for the nomination for Secretary of State at the coming Democratic primary, was in Richmond Wednesday and met many of the voters. His popularity is attested by no opposition thus far and he will be a hard man to beat. He has an excellent record as a legislator. Don't Forget The appearance in this city at Ue Normal school of the great '"naimaar. William Jeaaiags Bryaa. is bang expected with a great deal of unUiaofaawi. He will speak here on Uk aft warn of Wednesday, the 2Hk, coming from Berea, where he syeaks thai warning :n the college oka pel at M o'clock. It is a great this? fer the Normal i aha at aoU Coming Fine. shows that Preskfeat Crabfe ia alwafg The heavy rains have caused the alert to the beet there is. Brjaa's Am. grass to show up fine above the greuatl is saM to be tho yraataot on MM and some early garden vegetables, that ABAorieaa platform today. were sown by the anxious people, are pretty well up. If a killing frost does Richmond Lost not make its appearance, these that took the chance will have early vegeThe CaWwoJl Iliga School tables in great quantities. Everything team was dofoalod by tho T laanntrr looks fine as the result of the April teant last Wednesday, em the totter' showers, and if they will hold off for a grounds, by a close soore. The Mofc-Htoweek, the farmer will be ahead of the boys claim the cold weather ha season and all will bo welL kept theat behind ia their training. tr. Bright and Clean Floors It is so easy and so inexpensive to keep any kind of finished floor surface as bright and clean as new if yo occasionally rub it over with Tie only prep- - MiwW Millinery Stylish creations In Spring Millinery. A magnificient showing at such low prices that will suit all. Spring is here at last. The balmy days make you think, no doubt, of the new styles in spring millinery. The new styles, colors and shapes are here In great variety, at the lowest possible prices. We show some extra values at aratioittfiatHiM deaaandpoSfch a waxed fioor without reaxjv-itfie wu or n vamished floor without injuring the varnish. nf successfully ' Culton's meat market gives prompt delivery. Phone 125. H. L. PERRY WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! house m is life time to put order for the coming season. Do you want a change from the regulation things you have seen.for years? We think: are fired of them and welooking you for "be. We have been must something different and better and Tqw ur - Superintendent Coates, of tho State Rural Schools, Is in Jacksonville Flori da, this week, attending tho Southern Educational Conference, which con venes in that city Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this week. On account of the rush of work at the Normal Thomas. New Home. Dr. Crabbe was undecided as to wheth The Estill Herald has" the following Sbackleford will begin Mrs. James er ho would be able to be present or not. Both he and Supt. Coates are on the shortly thj erection of a handsome new death notice in its last issue: A'Peter program. The principal subject before home in Burnamwood addition to the Thomas, a zed 85. suffered a stroke of city. Mr John Todd, the architect.has J paralysis at his home near Panola last the conference will bo "Girl Schools.' Sunday, the 2nd, from which he died. the plans completed. He was one of the oldest men in the to be Assessor Wants Bowling Prizes. county and was one of its best citizens. Elsewhere in this issue Is the anbowling alleys each week hand For many years he, was a school teacher At the re nouncement of Ruf us Jenkins, of some priziis are awarded. Mr. William and manv of our vouneer citizens for Assessor nrecinct. as candidate a ceived their education under him. Ho Malloy won the prize last week with of Madison county. Mr. Jenkins feels total of 235. This week the first prize is survived by four sons and five daugh of the county ters, one of tho sons being Albert Thorn' that he is from a section the be 52.50 .. will of Cujmnin cash and giv(m second a as, of this city. He was buried Monday that has not in me pas uau by Fred 8tar c,gars in the Red Hill burying ground In Madi the county oiuces. xio is a auuuu c.- - A. Miller., son county. We join other friends in and industrious man, nas oerat. a sober sympathizing with the bereaved family" , Unlucky Date. a large family connection in his pari oi the county and friends everywncro. tie Manage!1 Baxter claims that the 13th has been successful In tho management is the unt jckiest date of them. Tho Devore. nf his own business, affairs and, if ca- show "Daii Cupid" at the opera house or r. While sitting in the cab, just as bo trusted with theTSgrlant office disappointment to Thursday reoDle'c35est assured that ast theatre-eoor- s was a had shut off steam to bring his engine the as well as the managefaithfully the to a stop, William Devore fell forward, the duties of the office will be ment. Hi says he will book no more dead. His death occurred last Wednes administered. shows on he 13th. day shortly after noon, just as be was preparing to go out on a regular run. To Florida. Parrish Wins. I 26l:h 3 p. m. I Deaths $2, $3, $4, $5 Spring Dress Skirts Made of Panamas, Serges; Voiles, Fancy Mixtures and Stripes, plaited, panel of full flare effects, in black, gray, brown, plain tailored or trimmed Radcliffe Pumps For Ladies All that is new in Spring Slippers and Pumps. One, two, three and four strap pumps. The 'Peek-a-bo- o and many other styles $350, $5, $6 McCall Patterns, 15 1 52, 5250, 53, 5350 cents 0 and - The "Bates" Shoe For Mea MTaat The brand to demand. In pat. leather, vici, gun metal and box calf. Low euts Our stock of spring waists In Lingerie, button and lace, all the latest shapes fox plain tailored and fancy, Is complete. A spring beautiful selection at most reasonable 5350, 54. None Higher prices Charming Waists 98c, $125, $150, $250 4 pairs R. & G. Corsets The way to save many dimes is to use "IRON GLUE" to fasten that umbrella handle, to restore that broken vase, to fix the handle on your favorite bowl, cup or dish. Iron Glue mends woods, metal, graniteware, tin, marble, iron and makes them as useful as ever as-pn- THE 1 see these new things pleased as we are l xju. r v- fnunrl them. Come in and . 1 ou will be as ' WI 213 "West Main Street. Pictures, Wffl Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Frames and Mirrors. Madison county. The trophy is a costly ,!nff and beautifully emrraved and marked. Tho winner was the noted Dawson,' and he TTiih Ann IU 4n hn ihe handsomest fox hound in the country and easily won inall oth er classes in which he was entered. M&nv Madison county people were over I i nn,i BiveA tho.show. .Mr. . Parrish won . twr. first and two second prize, oeainw I ThM-f- l were liberal eish .u- ..n -- ward rlva ia 44itte to tho troffe.-- 5h . tj Alex Parrish won the silver cup at! rax. am. the Lexington Dog Show last week for for DoUtfia, lonaa, the handsomest dog of any breed from good position in a large ,,t..Jn wAolr I - department store. Hi is manager of the furniture Burgin and undei taking department. Taylor, a iformer Richmond man, has chargo of the hardware department of the same firm. Messrs. T. E. Arnom and Zena Douglas, both of whom went to DeLantt from here several years ago, aro doing well In business. . r i ..Mi; ycars ,and . service 0B that road. His happy, Jovial disposition brought him friends by the score, and the news of his sudden death came as a severe shock. In the cab with him at the time was his fireman, Ernest Hudgins, who first noticed Devore Jeaa forward as If to detect seme imperfee-tio- a a'oout tfee aaier then sink dewa Hn hea. Deate was iMwstoM nnfi. ofl th - "'"J " ""O"" " suddon demise. He had been , rf. & . fo. -m an engi- difference between fair quality and high quality is the difierence between service and vice. If yoa obtain clothes of high quality you may set your may set your mind at ease upon their style, their weariog power, their tailoring and fabric Be wise, seek high quality clothes and find them. Often they cost no more than fair quality "Griffoa Clothes" are of high quality, though they are not npn-rser- Wunder Hose For men, women and children. guaranteed to wear 4 months $ 1 per Box McCall Magazine, 5c 7c a Bottle 7W 7W 7W high price Most people think they're very low priced, takiHff all their points into coasideration. At least make-i- a point to get acquainted with these clothes before you naau. purchase t r W sw l w 7W Wi 'le. fc.Co. ti ter kite. taffWfcSWSa "Griffon Oothw" ?J2.50, $15, $18, $20, E.V. RicnmoQd ELDER ; , "nursing mothers The FREE Sewing Machine T show the beneficial fects of ef- Scott's Emulsion in a very short time. It not only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and" properly nourishes the child. Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food-toninot only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their c, master pint the machine of your imagination which you sighed for every time tfee thread slipped around the spool pin of your old machine aad broke, every time its shuttle wore out, every time its stitch sfpoi, every time its needle broke, every time your back became weary zoi your feet became tired, ibis maclsnt with its 32 fault-rcawMweaoons wc new offer to you at your own terms as low This "liferent" machine, this "svptritr" machine, this P'rfut 00 A W e ell macbiae that wc wsMd it. You are aoruttomed to iiMtrh more for machine which ate aat k good that it will be hard far mv to Maliae Aat the lower priced FREE tea fastrr. run lighter, it more l.i II Mill, Itmmt longer and makca a mere parfttf than the highett priaaji tac aaarket. To appratfete in ihaai the jMfiee yon muut fin come to oar More aad tec me UKabty. Cemumv HMh money the clamor- - aitd demand of educators Ba.Hirary mint Qniclly and clearly. The Il iiEoa? w to nuna bv CTeater koo con would secure needed reiorms in jtieu Prof. cerned action,onmnr. adueated larmer," concluded greatest tucky. - whieb can Halleelt, "is the real Lord of Creab secured only by the coun- It was the opinion of the Conrer- tiei- acting as a unit, "vnue many mcami tfoa.5 may annex thnt "Pn rnr na ihft- country" DOT was districts 4n the wealthier counties committee Mr. Atherton's the necessary amount by taxation, "and girt in the South are concerned. made. llr. Atherton road the report Milsvast majority of our school districts thd it is the duty of the State, and it is and resolutions, wfiich were as fol- ard unable to pay in one or thd monev reaulred to build satisfactory for the best interests of the State. lows: stdholdiouses. if the counties would act ia make the country school fit the To the People of Kentucky: ,. country life; to cause this school not wtc vuutu. t , j.yJhe issuo Of, longstlme UOnas at moa-tiinn wynerence-only to encourage the boy andgin consideration eftUens has had under les of Interest, and could in the to the eonfltion of the rural. y- v, t few years have esanlUry school to love country life, but to give !m-- . throughout the State and the waysjand .jjfc rwJrjie bonds- could.-bcarried and them tha. abllltv and desire to . means for their improvement We have .i rtt r ty.eir .maturltr by' it. If we can show the boy met to eonrer vnui eucn omerran .;ukj fai tix nax. t0-- exceed 10 or 15 cents lroveto make twice as much money horfe that we may liad the Quickest, most nmnwtv. The how inn (...hta encciive ana most prficinaiom lutuiuHe cbilflren as beneficiaries would pay a on a plot of land as his father has larj-ef relief from the .difficulties which part "of the bonds Vhen as men made, he is going to become interestimmediately in tne way or imprevc-rnen- t. anil worner. they would bring into use ed in farm work; If we can show him thd training they received tbrougn wis the difference between the cow that TiuMfYoriinne dni tn a.' failure to appre esd iWllturf. ciate the real value, of education Is one lit many localities several districts does not give enough milk tojiTprt of the very serious obstacles which has .wo lid consolidate and provide vemcies herself, and one that not oni,A very xnovtmicm ww'u coQiromea for sending the children to and from herself, but helps to support higher standard of educational work. In p(K)ol. Around these modern school interthe last few years greater interest has hopss, the people would nuuu ineir the boy, ho Is going to become bees exhibited generally over the State, futiire homes as the land holdings are ested in good dairy cows. Likewise, Indicating in a deaided manner, that our suUJlvided and thus escape much of the we can interest the girls in homo lethargy off -- irsi - - iu J. 326-33- 0 D. PURCELL CO. Incorporated I 41 I ui x- W. Main Lexington, Ky . - I I LaVictoire, The Corset Beautiful Will e cup-por- ts be demonstrated and fitted in our Corset Department by Miss A. G. 5immons, an expert Corsetiere of New York City. 5he will be with us for two weeks, Beginning Monday, April 1 7, and ol people were shaking the the past and were aspiring to place th State on a sound progressive educational Every citizen must rejoice over basis- this awakening and all should now unite in a continuous, earnest effort to atone for the neglect of the past. It would io fiet Free, lw tbat we parnatecd ttw ei this Mr. Wm. TWe C. mmmk children. FOE SHE BY AT.T, DRUGGISTS m Send l&w same of piper and thU ad. tor our beaotltnl Sarins Bank and CbUd'a Sketch-Boobank contains a Good'Luck Penny. SCOTT & BOWSE. 409 Pearl SU New York yfi Betterment of Rural Schools CoatinHad from mimes BbaH Tltea at aa evidence of ike imaBrit iaiak wc aavr ia Tae FREE aaneWes, wc waat you to give it a ' borne. Sew oh it. Test it on all sort of material. after 30 dart you are not entirely satisfied if you are not absolutely mat k h the 'bet aiacaiae ywu wave ever sewed on the most improved at its few price, tae biggest bargain you ever made reran ae machiar to at aad we wtH reitaad all you have paid on it to that the tflet waN not coat you aae cent. M kr mm tmie wc hmmw aWl wka yfm Mice iMaw. in sw erauaeaul ht kaulUal laalat tiau. m m Itn fctaa IMIMlHMawaBMiMI it fcw tae S KB ot Bill Bulbil atkt U m Htit Wir irfcn a aaacaaae H Bint, tae mi wiK kttt aaa tnnncalrr Intel tail milir tester HeaMeether mitlifeierruatei J una niinn m tar tanaaj take m aalact elU.ek4lBH aafc w tie ReKudUo Mciemeal mxttt ll futet aae u4 ai tin MaiaefieKauiraa4 itapter this lia tte- a- ngbt ia TWa 30 DAYS TRIAL af Paje One af aaaiaiitui prepared to take ap life's battle? mahc Kentucky a greater or tr they to be hammed m by & Chinese wail of anil I am cure we desir to have this question answered aright and that your labors wtH result In the betterment of the primary and fundamental schools. mare honored State, or thar ta jw JJ1 " 1 LMck aaa hw linlnl fcoe4 'tvatowrawraiallthM evriftcet be M umnn-aaa ukt Tte fnt hem wia rw Tut. C i'r. " Bobbin Machtae Haas a tevre el other improrementt raa will aeret b utiit4 te ka 'r ulaL Luman Opposite Hotel Glyndon Higgins Richmond We have jutt received our last car of up-to-da- te Farm Implements Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Genuine Walkififf Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cultivator, J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado and Bellriew Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Presses, Deeriiif? Mowers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude-bak"Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. er D. B. Shackelf ord Telephone 33 & Co. Pro! Rboad6 than mofed tbat the temporary argantntkHi of the Kentucky State Wide Rural Sefeool Conference be made the permanent organization of the eastilng year, and tbat the oflioers and executive committee bare authoritr to call a meet-in- s of Use organization at any time and place that they might see fit to forward the work of the conference. The motion was pat to a vote by Governor Willson, and paasod unanimously, the officers for 1911. there-fer- e being. President. Superintendent Ell&wortb Regenslein, and Secretary, A. B. Lipscomb, both of whom bad been acting in the respective capacities for the temporary organization. Upon motion of H. H. Cherry, of Henderson, the chairman appointed a committee of five to formulate the purposes and resolutions of the conference as follows: J. M. Atherton, chairman; Robert A. Ceobran, Rhoadee, T. J. Coates, and James Speed. While this committee was at work, a brilliant address was delivered by Prof. Eggleston. of Virginia, who spoke on the twin problems of the and Consolidation rural school Transportation. Prof. Eggleston said in part: We have no ironclad rule, and should not have one, because children and population and community conditions do not group themselves according to ironclad rules. We should take the conditions as we find thenr, and art accordingly. I suppose the objections are the same everywhere; that the people will not consent to give up their little schools; tbat the distances are too great for tlie children to rpach the central schools without great hardship; that the roads are too bad to haul the children; that the children will freeze to death, or at least Lbe while waiting for the wagons or wnue oeing iransporuwi ura cost is too great. thai the All of these objections have been met y frost-bitten, JOHN GRANT CRABBE, State Normal School at Richmond Ky. be a useless task, in view of this growing appreciation of the importance and value of .education to make any argument or submit an extended report In Its behalf. Of all the efforts the State ean make for Its advancement, the mental and moral training of the children of the Ftate Is the one of most supreme PreaTdent lonjllness and isolation which exert such a depressing and deterring Influence on coqntry life. ManKlna aeugnis in euciui intercourse and the ehlldren take In and encouragement from the beautiful display they make when a around In large numbers ?fell-keschool clein. wholesome, Inhouse and playgrounds. Academic struction and more Or less technical training In the various vocation of country' life would bring Increased happi-nes- ii into thetf lives and be productive ef thrift and success in their dally trials. "V can conceive of no effort so tilv of .(ratification, pleasure and profit as i' thet building of these school nouses. tbat to do this involves Increased labjr; and possibly greater can! any struggle be too severe or any sacrifice too Irksome If our children can be protected In their tender years exposure to diseases which may t cripple their energies during life If It many to untimely doesi not consign gra'.-esNot only Is" Health at stake, but eduction as well, for no teacher, however efficient and Industrious, can make sat!factory progress with children by bad air. by disease germs and by the many .ills caused by neglect of iianltary laws. "With the hope that we may awaken renlwed Interest in the great educational work of our State and especially that we may appeal to our country people to put Into actual practice the views henJnbefore set out, we condonse them into the following resolutions: R.'solved, That we most earnestly ask and petition the next General Assembly or our beloved Commonwealth to enact a ltw authorizing the counties to Issue bonis for building school houses. Tho bonds to be placed in the hands of the County Boards of Education or a special commission," as the General Assembly maj designate, who shall sell same and apply proceeds to the buying of suitable site), to the building of school houses and equipment and for no other purpose. lMsolved. That In our Judgment all morcys raised under existing laws and available for school purposes are need- ton-grejrat. pt i;on-cedself-deniaga-lns? gardening, in poultry raising, In small fruits. In the dozen -and one things they can do so well,- and the doing of which will interest them and bring Intn their bands. It is the business of the State through the be at your service she will personally LaVictoire ESQ Is It The Latest Corset BBBBBBBBBBBBBRsBBa&KaBBBBBBBBBBBTCA "vOSbM BBBbH! This splendi J corset derives its name and its beautiful lines from the famous Winged Victofy of Samothrace Built on Natural Linea Beautiful and Artistic. LaVictoire Corsets guarantee that perfection of fit that lends distinction to the close clinging form. There is a shape and size to fit every form. "fLa Viotoire Corsets are American made, yet modeled on perfect Parisian lines. ' They are magnificently tailored and strictly in accord with the demand of women who are remarked for the beautiful , dress sssssssssssssssssiSMissssa ssssssssssssHHassssssssssssssssssssa !L..................KsssssssaBBBBBBBBBBH Price S3.00 to $8.50 When in need ofDIackstnithing in any of its branches, Farming Implements, Buggies, Carriages, Wa;ens, Rubber tires &c, got prices from R. E. Millor, f. Union City, Ky. HON W M HAYS, Assistant Secretary "United States Knowledge Is power. Importance. It builds up while Ignorance pulls down. It is a great constructive force which will become Irresistible if wisely developed and properly directed. Kentucky is atragrioultural State. The great majority of her people are enThese gaged in agricultural pursuits. people are spread out oyer the country te and part In thair many homes. Trrts condition of life presents problems dissimilar in many ways from those to be considered by the cities and towns. Chief among these problems Is the education of - the children. In providing school houses and In sending the chilren to these houses, the cities and towsa have a inuoh Mmnlcr task than the counties. The" former enjoy the advantages of a more efficient and comprehenThey act as units. sive They movo as one body. They impose taxes and distribute the revenue living-separa- We Won't Cut Off too big a piece of meat for ywu As a matter of fact we doubt if we could. For those who buy meat here reguarly declai e that none of it ever goes to waste. Git is so tender and toothsome, so different from ordinary meats that no one thinks of leaving any uneaten. There's no waste about our meats. You know what that means. Cullon successfully, declares Prof. Eggleston, every who continued: year of our policy we During the fifth have over See wagons running in all sections of the State, and under almost every possible condition. We have routes as long as eight miles, and as short as two and a half miles. We have wagons on cood roads and bad roads; on level roads and mountain roads; on rocky roads and sand roads: on macadam roaas roads. We have transpor and tation wagons on the l.ttt-s- t and most modern type, and w h.iM re'inary farm ana pre wagon fitted up for th onr-jvsc and two-ious freight. Wc n-- throughout tlielr corporate limits In this way and through this school houses are more readily constructed and maintained. The children nave shorter distances to go and generally have smooth roads and hi the larger plnees street-car- s. These questions now come up for solutionbow should school houses be constructed to meet the requirements of sanitary lan 8 in order to established protect and promote, the health ot the children, and how can the money he obtained for building these bouses In the various counties of the State? This is not the time or place to go into detailed description of a sanitary school-hous- e. It is sufficient now to state that schoolroom should be largo he h C. C. CULTON Successor to Douglas & 231 should be authordistricts when in conditions are fatheis vorable, but shall provide school houses a aibible for every section of the county that all the children of the county shall receive the benefit to be derived from the expenditure of a common county fund, Kenolved, That the permanent organization made today shall be the organization for the ensuing year. That the facers and Executive Committee he authorized to call the organization together at such timns as are necessary to msh the work. Reiolved, That It is the sense of the association that this campaign for better rural education must be pushed. Therefore, wo must raise a campaign fund. That the Executive Committee be nmpowered to appoint a Finance Comnlttee, with power to raise such a fund from the State at large, Fallowing the adoption of the resolutions, W. M. Hayes, assistant secBoards of Education ized to consolidate Judgment-the T. J. COATES, Statu Supervisor of Rural Schools and Professor of Elementary Education in the State Normal Schools, Frankfort, Ky. ed and will be needed for the maintenance and conduct of the schools and that these moneys should be kept Intact for ihese purposes. Renolved. That In the expenditure of the Proceeds of the bonds the County Department of Agriculture, Washington, D, C. schools to organize life, or, as another has recently so well said, 'To chart the avenues of serviceability that all our young people may make the best possible social investment of their lives.'" The first address on the report of the committee was made by Gover nor Augustus B. "Willson, following the reading of the .report and tha resolutions. Governor Willson made a rousing speech, prefacing his talk by saying that "for thirty years, in season and out of season, I have been traveling up and down this great state preaching the doctrino oi good roads and good schools. The two are bound to come together." saying that He urged here is no limit to the good that can be accomplished by 2,200,000 peo ple working together for the advance ment ot the state. "Think of tho kind of schools we have in Kentucky. . They are a disgrace to the decent children that have lo attend them and a disgrace to the state. This ia my borne town and home county, and I want to say to Jefferson county, 'Clean up your own corner of the vineyard first, and then see how you can aid your neigh bors.' " At tho luncheon in the Seelbach rathskeller, which was given by the Commercial club In honor of the del egates and guests of the convention, -- J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Mr "armer: Make your home as modei n for your family as a city rei tnce and pUce yoursll in a position to get the latest market qnotaticrs Tut tain be accomplished by means of our telephone service, who t v little . mi iii.ii yH' rtAihbur can git for a sum that is small compared with the ben ft s received Call or udtlroKs our nearest office or write direct o headquarters Nnsnville, renM4!. f ir information regarding our special ''Farmers' L;ne at If it present you are not enj ying telephone service, we can lmmediate-nternsr you, Ou" lines cover the States ol Kentucky Tennessee, Missisp.pD o and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. a ural Telephones SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., IncorpotaKd Richmond, Ky PORCEXAIN ENAMELED SINKjwith enamel ed drain-boar- d 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 "tatidimr 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 r I Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co. Telephone 270 1 Bmbry Our H. H. CHERRY, President Western Kentucky State Normal School, Bowling' Green, Ky. Governor Willson, in the course of an especially happy little address. spoke of his own early school train ing, and referred to the fact that when he studied "jography" he never knew what an engrossing study it might be made. "Were I to teach today," said Governor geography Willson, "I should begin with the schoolhouse which the children at tend. From that I should take them to the nearest town, then back to the farm, then another tour over their own Ftate. They would learn tho practical meaning of geography and it would lead back to the farm." A resolution, heartily adopted by the State Federation ot Women's Clubs, pledging the unqualified sup-paof the clubs of the state to the work of the Kentucky Statewide Rural School Conference, was read and a resolution ot thank for tht support offered was adopted by thi conference. Lame Shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the musc.Ies.and quick ly yields to tho free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. For Sale by btacKton s son. . ComnpSLimy Exhibit of : The Leading Specialty House After-East- er WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE IS Avoid Danger When you are sick, or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Car-du- i, n that and successful remedy for women. Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited. Why not you? Don't take any chances. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, d remedy, for women of all ages. well-know- M'HENRY RHOADS, Owensboro, Ky. enough to give each pupil not less than i0 cubic feet of fresh air; should bo properly lighted, ventilated and heated; should be supplied with all necessary toilet arrangements and should have ample playgrounds and pure water. The people of our State do not yet sufficiently realize the Imminent danger to the health and lives of their children from the vast majority of the school-houses oft-trie- J. D. EGGLESTON. JR.. Superintendent of Public Instruction, Virginia. horse wagons, and In one Instance we e transportation wagon or "kid-caas it is called which hauls between forty-flv- e and fifty children to school every day. Most of us agree that the problem we have riot solved, but must solve, is how country to make the country school-f- it life. Only that schools fulfills Its mission which reaches out and touches intelligently, Fyrn pathetically, constantly, and conscientiously every social and economic Interest that concerns Its community. And so, when I speak of the consolidated school in Virginia, I mean a some central point, of small grouping, schools Into a larger school for the purpose of working out this problem of making the school serve its community by inculcating a purposeful education, and a spirit of civic service. The rural people need meeting places for educational, economic, and social purposes. The consolidated school provides a proper center for such meetings; in other words, the deepest meaning of the consolidated school Is that it tends to socialize community life: it tends to tenbreak up unsocial and dencies. We must get the Idea burned Into the brains and hearts of the farmers apd their wives, that the schools should have, and does, have, a deep and ebldlng interest in their every-Oa- y work, and is determined to help them and their chil y dren to make the every-dalife of the community economically profitable, is our purpose. have a four-horsr" ARDUI If WiU Help You J 40 Mrs. Laza&ia. Korran, Sneedvillc, Tcnn., rrites: "For ten years I suffered with the turn of life, and tried many remedies without reuer, 1 Bad pains all over my body antrat tunes I could sot Eit ur. At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework. I hare t.id many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all eick women." zrry throughout the country. districts. They do not realize the fact that much of the expense that results from sickness among children, to say nothlng-- of the mental anxiety and suffering, could be avoided by building sanitary In truth, the school "house is the place and the only pjace to meet and destroy tuberculosis and many other fa. tal diseases. How can th cquntry people obtain school-houses. country. Mj;. Hayes paid an elegant tribute to J, B. McPerran, who, he said, has gained a national reputation In school improvement work. Mr. McFerrau i3 chairman of the School Improvement Committee of the Commercial Club. Althcugh he could hot be present at yesterday's session, he sent a telegram; to the convention. Dn Hinnitt summoned up the speeches of all the other delegates, declaring that the consolidated schools and wagons for transporting chllden. two main features of the Virginia rural school system as planned by Prof. Eggleston, are Imperative. He expressed the hope that retary of agriculture of the United States, delivered a stereopticon lecture. He declared that Prof. J. D. State Superintendent of Public Instruction of Virginia, was one of tlie greatest educators of the Millinery er rt the fashionable and most sensible woman who recognizes the value of obtainng the hat which is correct to wear. 5o much individual selection was seldom allowed to womankind in hats at this"season. The spectacular models shown in the early part offthe season are being rapidly displaced by the more modified styles. Our After-Eastexhibit of trimmed hats is unusually beautiful. All the new colorings to blend, harmoniously with the new summer frocks. This week our display will embrace some exquisite models that have not been shown before. Quality and exclusive styles considered, the prices are moderate It is Your inspection is invited Bmbry Main Street, East & Company Lexington, Kentucky MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the ills of women are Pepsi(i. It is woman's favorite laxadue to habitual constipation, probably tive. You will find that you can do oecause oi their false modesty on the away with salts, strong cathartics, subject, that their attention cannot be etc, Ivhich are entirely unsuited to too strongly called to the importance womaii's requirements. of keeping the bowels open. It is Mrs Katherine Haberstroh of always important to do that, regardRocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her-nc- k less of the sex, but it is especially cjf Wheeler, Mich., who was alimportant in women. From the time the girl begins to most paralyzed in her stomach and menstruate until mentsruation ceases bowel, are now cured by the use of A free sample bottle she has always vastly better prospects this tjemedy. of- - coming through healthy if she can bj obtained by addressing Dr. watches her bowel movements. If you CaldwUU, and after you are convinced find yourself constipated, with bad of its merits buy it of your druggist breath, pimply complexion, headaches, at rift' cents and one dollar a bottle. belching gas and other symptoms For the free sample address Dr. W. of indigestion and constipation, take B Cdldwcll. 402 Caldwell building, a small dose oi IJr. Caldwell s Syrup iuumii cuu, hi. For Sale by STOCKTON'S B RTJQ hTQliE Mc-Kees The wise man carries both life and Are insurance. Dan H. Brock has t- -f it hobcstpolioy ''Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" writes Mrs. T. B. Ken-drick, The Imperial Double Disc Harrow it Rasaca, Ga. It is tho best cough remedy on the market for coughs, colds Son. anil croup. For Sale by Stockton Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond you. AT ALL DRUG STORES mfi ,Ply-moQ- anti-soci- al For 5ale. Eggs for hatching heavy-bonefarm-raise- Jfrom healthy, th Barred My Rocks, birds of the best breeding! 81.00 for 15 eggs, $5.00 for 100. Mns. S. K. R. R. 2. Doddeiiak,. Lancaster, Ky. Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete people : : : : : ' - W. CftEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky"J Setf-refciaa- At the conclusion of his address, which was wonderfully comprehensive, and had the added merit of beWatch ing a transcript from real life, a record of actual experience. Prof. R. p. Ls a specialty to which wc give special Halteck, in a brief talk, called at- attention. Ko matter how m uch or how ' tention to the fact that there was no little tho watch is defective or',da'firifea state from whom Kentucky would as we tako particular p.rido In doing the willingly learn as from "her mother work so the tlmcpfeee w1ll,bo as good as state, Virginia," Prof. Halleck also' or better than H when new." we' do was greeted with applause when he remodeling declared: "l am glad that people jewelry repairing and same way ' have come to' acknowledge thai It requires more brains to make a success in tho country than In the city. Test us with'some piece you I take off my hat to the man who cannot wins success In tho country. In the city life runs along In comparatively well-oilegrooves In tie things are changing' ceatianally. New prewems coHiront you with each day. Is imperative. X Stan MAIN STREET Repairing Il will be a treat to visit E. V. Elder's millinery, department and sec the new Helmet styles and all the desirable models; The Store for jp-th- e men I". house A.M. Gaden 210 W. Main RICHMOND. KINTUOTT "Flexible Frame. Flexible Foretrucb, Interlocking Hubs, Scalloped Blades Double Lovers, Ilard Wood Bearings, Steol Standards, Double Braced Grame JTT The forward sections cut tho gr unp and throw it outward. Tho rear sections work it again and throw it back JhMU ils original position. The ground-i- s leveled and pulverized'and left in perfect condition for seeding. Once ' orerjtho field with an Imperial Double Disc does as tnu: h work as twice over with a single 4isk and does it f. moro thoroughly. The time and expense of disking is I educed An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven feet cut is generally used with three horses. An imperial, Double Disc of the s&sta width of-e- at only requires four. Thesaving of horse power Is accomplished; First, by the form of the machine. The ''double action of the two barrows, eno attached to and immediately follewipg the other, requires Much less tb&a the power of two separate harrows one-hal- F. J. YjEAirER vr - Lexington; Ky Douglas, .Simmons & Deatherage