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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 26, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911042601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 26, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICm 37th YEAR tyle Wear ? RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, kEjffS&fr, WEDiSjEaY, u CLIMAX. J APRIL 26. 191 NUMBER 45 3 PLAYERS SEE PROCLAMATION ; RUTHTON Mr. and Mrs. J. Tussey -- and children from Garrard, have been visiting Mr. nnd .Mrs. James Griggs. Miss Marv L'oar spent Sunday with Miss Maggie Mitchell, of Richmond. Miss Dollv Cruse, from Caleast, visit ed Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cruse, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nolan spent Sun day with Mrs. Henry Whitcd. Miss Nora Cruse spent the weekend with Mrs. Albin Azbill, at Round Hill. . Mrs. J. M. Cotton, who has been on the sick list, is convalescent and ablo to be out again. Members of several families here have been on tho sick list with tho mumps. Mr. John Whittaker, one of our most hichlv respected citizens, died Wednes day morning at six o'clockj)f paralysfe. Decoased was aged about sixty-nin- o years and has lived most of his lifo in this community, whero ho and his es timable family have been much loved and respected. --A wife and two children survivo him. Interment took place in Ml Gilead comotery. L. R. BJLANTON - Are arriving and work has begun on the diamond for the season of I 91 . -- Mattress On the cite I ( For the Best Grade ' of . Baled Straw TELEPHONE 85 N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Big Spring Line of Dry Goods :: Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. Some beauti f u wash fabrics for spring and summer. 1 Foulards, Linens Persian Lawns, Voilles, 9 etc ate smart from up-to-d- French Lawns, in a wide variety of pieces to choose The season of 1011 in tho Bluegrass league, has bogun on tho local diamond and tho different players are hoping to get in a week of good practice, if the weather will permit. Nearly nil the men have arrived and Manager .Lewis is looking them over carefuly to ascertain just who will be retained for tho regular team, Many of tho last year's team have returned and several new faces can be scon on tho field. If the weather man, who was certainly mean to Richmond last season, will only keep his predictions down within a tolerable limit, tne faDS will rejoice and the association will not have to call on the peoplo for financial aid. Two players of whom great things aro expected, is Sterling, of the South Atlantic league and Nicholas, of tho Ohio-Pen- n league. Tho former is a pitcher and tho latter an infielder of note. Those men have been playing for several years under Manager Lewis and he knows their ability. Pitchers Willis, Knox, catcher Thoss, outfioldors, Whitaker, Bramblege, infieldcrs, Lewis, Baird and Walden will begin this week, with several new ones, to get into con dition for the opening of the season. The lot will present a busy scene. Good weather is all that is asked for. Exhibition dates have been takon up by the management and will bo announced tho latter part of this week. Several teams want to come and they will bo accommodated if possible. The management hopes to get a good start, financially with these exhibition games. This season, Richmond plays its first game at Winchester, on the 9th of May and returns homo for a game tho next May lOlh day with thesamo team. will be opening day for Richmond, and probably tho largest crowd that over saw a ball game here will bo present. A brass band will enliven things during the day and will head a long parade. Automobiles, players on horse back, County and City officials, fire department and many others will join Rice will pitch in tho parade. Ma3-o- r the first ball. Get ready to join in the parade and make opening day n notable one. do hereby designate Thursday and Frth and 2th, 1911, as "general iday May cleaifi up days," and trust that all residents of the city of Richmond, Ky., will showltheir civic pride by putting their premises in the cleanest possible conditions on these two days, and thus respond to this invitation to help! clean the city from one end to the other and make it more sanitary and beautiful for the summer, as every one knows "Cleanliness! is next to Godliness." Put all rubbish in a convenient place for the city carts. SAMUEL RICE, Mayor. I 11 1 i Celebrated 1 Come See them in our Windows We have arranged for a Special Sale On the celebrated Steams & Fotter Mattress and are offering this mot Cowrforteblc, Durable and Sanitary of all Mattresses, in selected patterns of the best qualities of Satm-finis- h. Dust-proof 51 Tkings-WITH- OUT so-call- ed N. V. Main WHITE RICHMOND Constipation causes headache, nausea, dizziness, languor, heart palpitation, Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken tho bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regu-lot- s act gently and cure constipation. 20 cents. Ask your druggist. Nevor can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut. bruise, burn or scald. Bo prepared. Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil cures ly instantly rolieves the tho wound. pain-quick- Sfreet, below First Sand, lime, cement brick, wall plas . Look Ladies. By a special 'arrangements with tho ter, rock and screenings, in any quanti publishers Tho Climax will mako one ty and at lowest rices. No delay; see 41tt Broaddus & Co. A Statement of Facts Backed raoro grand periodical offer for tho year. us. W. W. This is tho last one and this will not By a Strong Guarantee. last long. The Pictorial Review, at $1.80 per year. Modem Prisoilla, S1.20 per year and Ladies world at CO cents "Wo guaraiteo complete rcl.ef to all " ovory per year will be given with The Climax, suirererers from constipation. In (81.00) all for 82.00. Think of this. Hyomei Cures Catarrh Withwo fail we will supply tho case whero $4. CO worth of refined homo magazines, out. Stomach Dosing;, or medicine free. especially for the women, for only $2 00. Orderlies aro a gentle, offoc-livRexall Money Back you over heard of an offer equal to dependable and safe bowol regula- If this call ard toll us about it. tor, strengtlwner and tonic. They ro establish natures functions in a quiet, Yes, dgar readar, catarrh can be cured; Banquet easy way. They do not cause any but not by pouring vile, nauseating Normal City Lodge, No. 1G2,, Knights drugs into the stomach. griping or nausea. Thoy aro so pleasaat to take and work so eas- of Pythias, held a big meeting last And 'catarrh germs thrive, flourish ily that thoy may be taken by any one Tuosday ovoning, tho occasion being and multiply in the nose and throat. at any time. Thoy thoroughly tono up a special visit from tho Grand ChancelCan you kill thoso tough and persistlor Commander of tho State, R. L. ent liitlo health destroyers by swallow the whole system to healthy activity. Roxall Qrderlies aro unsurpassable Sladc, of Lexington, and State Insuranco ing pills or nostrum? Any physician and ideal for tho uso of children, old Superintendent for tho Order, E. H. will tell you it cannot bo done. folks and dokcate persons. Wo cannot Byers. Both men are prominent in HYOMEI (pronounced High-- o me) is Knights of Pythias ranks and a big a too highly recommend them to all g vaporized air which, from f.ny form of constipation membership was out last Thursday to when breathed either through the and its attendant evils. Two sizes, 10c. greet them. As a preliminary, four mouth or nose, will kill catarrh germs and 25c. Reinembcr you' can obtain candidates wero given tho First degreo and soothe and heal the inflamed and Rexall Remedies in this community on- and tho crack degreo team of tho lodgo mutilated mombrano promptly. It gives ly r store Tho Roxall Store. Per- put the work on in improsslvo style. reliof in two minutes. Drug Stdrc. ry's After tho initiation, the banquet table HYOMEI is such a powerful germ dewas spread under tho direction of "Joo" stroyer that it pcnolrates every fold and For Rent tho caterer and it was completo in crevice of tho mucous mombrano of the l. Several talks wtsro made nose and throat. Office rooms, Bright building, apply every-delaito Dr. J. G. Bosloy. Those aro now undor tho head of "Good of tho Order." A complete outfit, which includes inProf. McDougle, Attorney Grant Lilly haler, a bottlo of HYOMEI and simple rooms. dividing honors along this lino with tho instructions for use, costs $1.00. Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave two distinguished visitors. Should you i.eed a second bottlo of 44tf orders early. HYOMEI the price is only 50c. B. L. Lost. Cairon Covington & Thorpo for gro Middlcton and leading druggists overy-whor- o cories. You vill save 10 cents on every Red steer strayed from my place soil HYOMEI. tf dollar. four miles from town on Tate's Creek G. W. Deatherago. Old Dominion Portland Cement at W. Burnam's Insurance Agency for Piro pike. Reward. R. D. No. 4 W. Broaddus & Co. 41tf 13tf Phono 200-Insurance. No Reason For Doubt Money Back e, or "Felt" Mattresses said to be "Special Sales" on "CoUoo-Wt- " Beware of the "genuine kind" and offered at such ridiculously low prices as ac sometimes seen displayed. You do not know WHAT sort of material has been hastily STUFFED into the ticking. From a Sanitary standpoint, it may be vile; unfit for any person: to sleep apon. As It don't pay. for genuine Comfort and Durability, such Mattresses arc ctteriy worthfess. buy them. to Stearns c Foster Mataeeses have a laced opening (PaL applied fo) through which you can see and examine the inside of the Mattress you GET. That's the safe way to bey a Mattress. You know what you are getting. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; kited into hundreds of little webs forming many Sprintry, Buoyant layers standing nearly three feet high. These their original height layers are then LAID BY HAND and compressed to ONE-SIXTticking; then tufted to just the proper tension so as to be Soft, yet Fkm, and encased in the half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. You will say H EXTRA CHARGE. f itI never Knew a Mattress cotrld be so Cmf or table.' That's just what satisfied users of Stearns & Foster Mattresses are saying. You owe it to yourself to get one and enjoy rest that is Refreshing Comfortable Healthful. You don't have to be put to the expense and inconvenience of sending a Stearns & Foster Mattress away to be "Made Over" or "Renovated." They never require, it. An occasional Sun Bath keeps them fresh and clean. suf-forc- rs gorm-killin- Don't Fail to attend this Sale. Select the Mattress you want fortable Mattress. Come today. NOW. Don't put up longer with that eld uncom- at-ou- A Comfortable Night's Rest on a Stearns & Foster, Costs too Little, We'll give you a & Foster name. POSITIVE GUARANTEE on every Mattress bearing the Stearns 45-4- 1 OLDHA M & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J 36 W. S. O. R. 225 O. 2 L. We Sell May Manton 7 "' ' " " ' I Wo 511 May Manton Patterns lOcEach HssassTssKMssTssMsissSssTssT0SsHssTssTslssTssTVSsassWMiBa Patterns 10c Each Hustliinct Cash Stor - 1 1 ft if fl ?i H I 3 sm 0 Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASY MONEY Have You Bought That Spring Suit? Take a look at our, Would you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money. "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co. Remember specialize $ 1 0 and $ 1 5 values in Men's and Young Men's Suits Complete assortment of Spring goods in - all lines, including the greatest line of "Foot-Eaze- r" I f if I I ?i I? If Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. The Scholl is & remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that support the muscles and ten dons and gives them strength to carry 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 4 Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown 1. fl Wi, 8; t!M' We ...... . " ' H 1 I i i ..r . . Mates walking or standing absolutely comfort, able, keeps shoes in shape and gives the instep a . Siaceful arch. The Scholl "Foot-Easer- cr covered, ana is springy, and and can be easily into any shoe. They do not need tackincor i easily changed "Foot-Eazer- of two German Silver Springs, Jeath " is made y-- t t ueeu ilexiUe 4 mr i ' 4 paitisgbutare Corner First H am i I t o n "Foot-Eaxer- from one pair to another If you have any foot trouble whatsoever tha Scholl will give you Instant relief " as well as rest and comfort. t All sizes for mea-anwomen. $2.00 per pair. We are headquarters for foot comfort and tha Scholl " is one of the principal means of conveying it to you. Let us prove it. d We want youii monj zy and you want all it will buy in exchiig for it-Drepared to give you values as now were never so Respectfully v-'- J - I mwtm I mm sTsTsTsrsl & Main b 3g il .. tlx Richmond, Kentucky I ... v 1 ssHHIHHsslllH BUTTERICK FASHIONS Personals cinnati this week. Mr. and Mrs. .and Washington Miss Cornolia Gordon, Miss Mary Belle Houson and iuss vir Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vour summer clothes. McKEE'5 are now ready to show you the most beautiful line offspring T. S. Todd are in Cin .4 1 Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to seje the Floun- cingboth colors and white -r- at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest and don't forget to look OWEN McKBE The Haysviile Public Ledger, one of the leading Republican papers of tho stale, as well as one of the oldest has the following to say on the candidacy mUSaOl ETERT WEMESMT ET of Judge O.itear: "Xo man has ever used stronger language THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO the fabric of law and ordertoin(ear down Kentucky than this eminent Jurist. The Public (Iueerperated.) Ledger hasn't the honor of O'Rear's even saw Pres. and Mgr. aeqtMintaBce. and never indignation him, A D. Miller yet we've read with and Sec'y-Trea- s. W G. Whit just horror of his violent and incendiary Editor words during the blighting night rider K. Yaitgtit St tebaeoo wai days. Think of such a man in the Governor's chair! P.otter a thousand tisies Governor Cox, E. T. KtKWeW PM86 AtSMMTteX Franks, or McCreary. than such as he. If O'Rear is named by the Republicans, MeCreary will sweep the state by 25,- EKHfH BWMer PWUSMCK LEAWE. The Richmond Climax. McCreary Easily. 60 votes. FBIGE fl.M PBB YEAB candidate for Lieut Gov- sabieet to the action of the time Democratic primary mi E. J. McDermott, is out. thisknown the well Louisville politician which makes three for this honor, all from its to bad that Keatoeky mm eaadkMtes now speeial from Louisville Leaieville. A agahwt the Canadian save: "Mr. MoDermoU concluded that raffeierw Kaaii'iwcttjr in Laariay aad ltowetc he would contest for the nomination The TaaUi aad Eleventh are well ai a conference with friends Sunday which lasted until midnight. Two of raareseatad ia the Bmm. Xix! those present at this conference were Herman D. Newoomb. of Louisville. Hiluam Asmhc, of Qythiaaa, the aad Judge Jere A. Sullivan, of Rich mond." aodraut to the Dwnaeratic The entry of Mr. MoDermoU makes for tovaraor, has seat to thfc the third from Louisville, other aspir hage cleotra outlining his platform ants being James 1'. Kd wards and W . covering aboat thirty awm of M. Smith. bat no letter fraam Billy' May Term. cerved concerniar the Ttajs is about the ehwchiest thine vre The May term of the Madison cirouil will convene next Monday with nan- had Eiw the candidates for state ben oaleos It 'a BoaiUvely penurious. From Judge Benton on the ever oh aad one of the lightest dockets known at this repirts it i mair as if he has teat oat time. There will be three murder cases w papers of the state. to oome up and all will very likely be liandrads of those or eke his hanchmin have done H. life tried, but these will not take up more than four days of the court's time at the ' la a vacate to us. most. There are 40 appearance cases,' 17 of are ordinary 23 are aCwiMm has a Woman's Suffrage equity.which of Uie equity and divorce Six are organiiatioa which lets its rejoicings he eases. This is a four weeks term. The board aa all sides whoa lag hi hu inn ia three murder cases to be tried arc Tice their faaar is reported front the diaTor- Shelton for the killing of Mrs. William Pigg: Addison killing rat ieci ioas of this broad counter The Oafiie Bnsh. and Creek more for for killReese Coatee caaso of their latest outharstof enthusi-asa- t ing Brack Perkins. is the news frost the Nevada Wgfc- Weslyan Lost latare which has voted aa awondaioat gnmung full anlfragr U waea.Thk ac--t The' strong baseball team of the Kenton of the legislature is the wore grati tucky Weslyan College of Winchester, fying loasmach as Nevada had ao State was defeated Monday by the Normal buCrage aaoecialioa. aad w did not school on the local grounds by the score of 6 to 4. It should have been larger know that any active movesaeat for lor me (tome team, out seven errors by women's franchise was going: on there the Normal boys shows the loose playNevada is the fourth State to take this ing of the team. Parks, the crack acthm within a few months, California, t wirier for the Normals struck out twelve men and allowed but two hits, Kaauis aad Ortgoa being the others. It lie fc one of the best young college is pathetic to know that the women of pHohers in the stale and tho Richmond Kentucky will never ee their owa atato Ctab af the Bluegrass league may give aha a trial It is certain he could graat f ull saftaae to Another - IX ADVAJ.OE McDermott Out Attorney Jere Sullivan was in Louis ville this week on legal business. Circuit Clerk Roy White was absent from his offico several days last week on account of a slight touch af the grip. Dr. W. G. White was lit Louisville last week lookintr ifter his Increasing business in the Falls City. Samuel Owens of Lincoln and Col. Klkln, of Garrard, ire premlnont men here to serve on tho Federal grand jury. Editor Green Walker, of fho Lancaster Record, and several people from that oily, oamo over to hoar Bryan today. Mrs. J. R. Davis, of Campbellsville. is here for a visit tohcr sister, Mrs. Nannie Douglas, corner of High and Oak streets. Mrs. John Sexton and children returned Saturday from Etowa, Tenn.. whoro they have been visiting relatives for several weoks. Mrs. Al Nance, of Somersot, arrived Monday to make an extended visit to lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Myers, East Main street. Mrs. Robort Burke, or Danville, who lias teen spendlngeveral days hero the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Collins, returned home Monday. Miss Naomi Hallow, of Cumpboll-Hagerms- n spent college, Lexington, from Friday until Moudnv with hor parents in the country. Mrs. B. K. Duncan Is visiting hor sis-tin Mt. Sterling this weok, having been called thereby the sudden illnoss of her brother, Mr. Jno. Oldham. Mr. Jack Forrill. master mechanic at the Somerset shops for tho Q. &. C. has beon hore for soveral dnys. lie was formerly with tlio L. & A. here. who Hontdon Mr. and Mrs. Bon came to Richmond from Lancastor soveral dnys ago to resjdo, have takon rooms at Mrs. Henderson's, on W. Main street. Mrs. D. n. Scanlon was the hostess last Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian Manse on the campus at.an informal reception complimentary to her guest Miss Powell. President Lowis Herrlngton, of tho Richmond Electric Company, hus re turned from Schenectady N. Y.t where he inspected the machinery for the now plant here and saw It loaded on the cars before taking hisdoparture. The Cotillon will ontortnin with its last German of the season on next Friday evening in the Masonic Temple. Smittie's band from Cincinnati will furnish the music. Mr. RobertBurnum and Miss Julia White will lead. Bryan Today. Miss Marian Burnam entertained at orator, William Tho matchless luncheon Thursday aftornoon complimentary to Mrs. Alex Denney and Miss Jennings Bryan will speak this after Eleanor Chonault. It was among the noon in Richmond and one of the prettiest of the many social functions largest nudloncos ever assembled will givon in honor the bride and the" no doubt bo prosont. Thero arc many bride-to-bpeoplo who differ with tho "Great Miss Martha Maunin, who has been here for several weeks the guest of her Commoner" on questions of national parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jlraek Maupln, in importance, his temperonco views, his the country, returned yesterday to Phil religious views, but his coming Into adolphla, whore shn is studying to be a community is always tho siginal for trained nurse in tho hospital of Dr. a great outpouring of the populace. Joseph Price. Mosdames Thompson Burnam. Waller Bennett, R. R. Burnam. W. G." Easter is Over. Next White, A. R. Burnam, G. W. Pickets, Hale Dean, M. C. Kellogg and Misses Comes Walts, Parl, Pickels, White, Burnanv arc taking in the grand opora in Cincinnati this week. Richmond and Mdison county will be well represented, in Cincinnati this week to bear the grand opora stars. In Nothing is more suitable for a party which left Monday morning graduation gowns than hand were Mesdames Rollins Burnam, James Burnam, Waller Bennett, Warfield Bennett and Miss Helon Bonnott. Others went Monday aftornoon and'' Exquisito hand made lingerie Tuesday. pleases the feminine heart. Mise Margraet Miller was tho hostess last Tuesday afternoon at a kitchen Miss shower in honor of Miss Eleanor Chonault, whose marriage to Mr. Waldo carries everything in the emG wynne take place today. The bride-to-b- e was the recipient of many useful broidery line. A new and artie'es, which will come in handy at complete stock of housekeeping timo. o. Bailey-Whitnear or rail-roak, For tender faca and neck nf ter shav- glnia Nunn, all of Frankfort. Tho nup-- 1 -uwi.uii, im can bo ecured only by tho. counting, for pimples, black heads, dandruff tials took place Tuesday evening at the ich many O'Rear home near Frankfort. t acting as unit. Whilecounties school,. ay skin or sca1p disease use ZEMO kriets ,m tho wealthier "'t3nd 7Rrn snAP At the home of Col. Thompson Duer Be the- necessary- - amount or luamn-- " son, Tuesday, a notable gathering of ZEMO Is guaranteed to relieve all I vast majority of our school district , . "Old Confeds" enjoyed a sumptuous re, It litinhle in "bav In one or two yeanf m, past set out by the popular host, . who tlJl money required to build wttefactorg fnr all toilet nur. always extends a hospitable hand. tool .houses, ir Uie counuea.uiu ..lTT Hov miiiM Jinrrnw the mcmy XlPSCS. About fifteen were present, including :.. l. c.u 1... .1 andSenator McCrearyi who delivered a short Jtlchmond by Stockton & Son. tatK to the boys, relating many war Hie Ladios of the Baptist church will time stories. Other incidents of the AH kinds of building material, quids bloody days were also brought to mind givd a strawberry supper the first week delivery. W. W. Broaddus & Co. lltf 43-by those who fought with tho Intrepid in aay, watch for the date. Morgan and the matchless Leo. Col. Duerson was with Chenauli's reglmonV of Morgan s brigade and served throughout the war. "The ages of thoso present ran from seventy to soventy-fivy Tho Recital Friday evening was a most delightful musical treat. Tho whole effect of Mrs. Bailey's ss. singing was very 'charming, her rapid trills and clear vocalization, her attack and intonation, her expression and sympathy proved her an artist. Mrs. Whitney captured tho audienco with her magic touch and fino musicianship. Her Pastoralo number was played with such exquisite craco that ono could almost hear tho piping of tho Shepherd's ltute, the rippling or tho rills ana meadow brooks. The Chopin Scherzo with Its technical difficulties was so splendidly managed and brilliantly In terpreted that it brought forth applause after applauso from her audienco. pull The Cecihan Club hope to have many Tfjat evenings of music like that given by OKI Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Whitney. old The Lexington Herald his tho follow-lowjnall account of the Gtiurly-Parris- h old with nuptials: "Tho marriage (if Miss Julia th)3 Gourley to Mr. Harvoy Douglas Par- ings. risli. of Richmond, hy., wm celebrated Wednesday afternoon at 5 c'clock at tho home of the brides parents, Jud and Mrs George W. Gourley on East High street, Dr" Georgo V. Morris of, ficiating. It was a quiet wedding with only members of tho two families with present, but very beautiful in all de at' The brido was lovely in tails. : : : : : : : : . a beautiful blue tailored suit with stylish tan hat trimmed in blue An early inspection of our present showing will and corsage bouquet of pink sweet peas. She is tho youngest of several prove to you that our prices are right charming daughters of the home. She is pretty and attractive and will be much missed hore In her homo where she is quito a favorite. Mr. Parrish is the son of Mrs. Cinda Karr and the late Mr. Harvey Parrish of "Richmond He is attractive and very popular and . Picture Frames Made to Order a prominent young business man of Richmond. Tho marriage was a beautiful one in all details and one of the loveliest of the numerous homo weddings this month. Tho gifts were numerous and beautiful and wore displayed in a room on tho second floor. The guests from a distance prosenl wore, Mr. Karr, Miss Elizabeth Karr and Miss Harriett Parrish, mother and "We have enlarged our warehouse and can hansisters of tho groom, Miss Issa Million, dle all the Tallow, Woolj Rags, Bones, GinMrs. James Allman, of Richmond, and Miss Hazel Mvers, of Chicago. seng and Feathers that you bring. Remem- I -- money te tina Jwhwit bccoot Ues? We answer, by ireaier con- - Menr Bmbty & Compamy The Leading Specialty House tr,tmnntht 4 - Announce the Arrival of 1- House Cleaning Time - NEW MODELS IN Is Here Black Satin Suits Black Satin Coats White Serge S'uits ' - Navy Serge Suits Foulard Silk Dresses Colored Worsted Suits means that you are oing to down those natting or Lace curtains, tear up that Drugget and make a general overhauling over new furnish house and replace the We are prepared to refurnish your home irpm kitchen to attic Marquisette and Voile Dresses Prices Very Moderate Furniture, Gar pets, Stoves the lowest possible cost, consistent good Etnhry Main Street,. East & Company Lexington, Kentucky quality Luman & Higgins ' FREE Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond FREE On Big Prices For Hides ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what j'ou have - Saturday, May W D Oldham & 13, at 2:30 P. M. Co will give away absolutely free one of the wonderful "The Free'' Sewing Machines jf e. M. RICHMOND WI-DE-S Phone 363 t T. S. TODD 6 Contractor and 6 For every dollar purchase made at our store on or before May 13tb, a coupon Each coupon will be given, also one coupon for ever dollar paid on account. KENTUCKY the holder to a chance on the machine. You must be present Saturentitles day, May 13, when this machine is given away as the holder of the number called must be in the house, if not other numbers will be called out until some in the crowd is found who has the lucky number. Mr. C. M. Eader, a factory expert, will be here on May 13th, and will give interesting talks on "The Free" Machine. Every lady in the county should be present up-to-dat- e Commencement Embroidery t t 6 Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION V Eva Roberts 5 Shop in Rear ot McKee Building V Very special low cash priqes will be named on all kinds of merchandise for this month in order to get out a big number of coupons. LOW CASH PRICES stock of desirable goods ever shown in Richmond. on the most Schloss Bros. Clothing for men and young men, Eiderheimer, Stien & Co.'s "clothes for boys, Wm. Kneeland's fine shoes for men, "Queen Quality fine shoes for women, Hawes Hats and Seigel Bros, fine Tailor-mad- e Suits for ladies all go at our low cash prices for this month. American Lady Corsets, Notions, Dry Goods, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Oil Shades, Mattings and every article in the big store will be sold at reduced prices. Call and see the largest open stock of dependable merchandise ever shown in Richmond The wedding of Miss Eleanor Chonault to Mr. Waldo Gwynne will bo solemnized this evoning at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride on the Big Hill road. The couple will take the midnight train for a stay of several days in the South, and on returning will be at homo in the country until June, when they . go to housekeeping on North street. The ladies of tho Christian Church are arranging to baAe a series of teas; all the ladies are to be invited at different times, and if any arc overlooked the omission must be set down as unintentional. Each member of the Ladies' Aid will invito at least twenty ladios, and during the sorios all the ladies of the congregation will attend. A silver offering of not less than a dime will be expected from each one, and as much more as can be given. In speaking of the ditTeront attendants and their gowns at a rocoption given last weok in Washington in honor of the D. A. It's, the Washington Post has Ono was reminded of the following: Undine in seeing Miss Louise Woodford Covington, of Richmond, delegate from the Boonosborough Chapter, clad in clinging pah'Igroen gauze, so entirely In harmony with her blonde beauty. Miss Covington is now in New York, whore she will visit friends before returning home. Mr. Marshal Collins, who has been here the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Collins, left Monday for Frankfort, where ho was one of tho at O'Roar-Sauflowedding. tendantsat tho The other groomsmen are all classmates of Ensign Saufley and are now serving in the navy. Tho bridesmaids were Miss Margaret McChord, of Louisville y Patterns & Materials Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky W. Seed Com. For 5ale. j Compan from healthy. farm-raise- d hoavy-bonoBarred Ply- mouth Rocks, birds of tiro best breeding; 81.00 for 15 eggs, 85.00 for 100. K. Duddbrar, Mrs. R. R. 2. Lancaster, Ky. Eggs for hatching Lame Shoulder is nearly always d jo to rheumatism of the muscles,and quick ly yields to the free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. For Sale t Stacktoa & Son. flro Headquarters for all that's new and dainty King Emeral Chief Reg. No. 4396 Chestnut Stallion Will make tho season of 1911 at Bob Walker's stable at j Colonial Drapery ! Fabrics This season's drapery fabrics take prece- dence over those of past years in beauty of design and daintiness of colorings. This is especially true of Colonial ery Fabrics. This trade mark embraces a wide range of cloths. There are Art Tick- ings in floral striped effects thoroughly dyed, soft finished Drapery Burlaps in a variety of plain shades Cretons in a number of qualities, all good, at different prices Lighter weight Curtain Materials in naturalistic floral and modern Arts and plain and printed Art Crafts designs Denims printed effects in serviceable Drap- $20.00 To Insure a Living Colt KING EMERAL CHIEF is a re; tored saddle horse and a relation to Em oral Bell that sold last year as a old for $3,000, at the Mt. Sterling fair. aftor she won the big stake for saddle horses. This horso should cross well with the marcs here, as he is a groat bred one all tho stylo and action you want; grand horso to harness and good under saddle. Come and see this fellow, if saddle you want to breed to a high-olas- s horso. j j Old Book. KUKaat Broaddus, of W. H' Broaddas & Co., has an old hook ia his possession which he prices very highly It was foaaerty the property of Mr. X htophensan. fBnaerly of this city, who ease la Rhjhawim from New York, whoj for aar vears he was a railroad oantraotor. RoWl the book with Mr. Broaddas, bat the recipient never looked k nv tH the other day. It is a time beek ased by railroad contractors and Mr. Stephenson had it in the sixties, when be helped to build a section ,f the New York Central. It shows that day laborers were paid as high as M.OQ. J4r. Stephenson left Richmond about a year ago to live with a son in Tennessee, on account of his advanced age. It is probably the only time book in existence used in building this famous railroad. Mr Union City. years of age is suffering from a stroke of paralysis. Little Charlie Jackson Eados is yet very iB and his recovery seems doubtful. Hi parent have the sympathy of the community. Mrs. Wesley Hislc, who has been ill for sometime, is slowly improving. Mimes Mary Etta Ilackett and Bailie May MeKinny. of Richmond, visited the Misses Berrys Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Risk entertained Mr. Joe Hamilton and bride Sunday. The terrible wind storm of Wednes day lifted the roof of the Alms House, besides damaging it in many other ways. It is being repaired by J. H. Borry, contractor. The latest enterprise for Union Citv is Mr Jones' gasoline mill. I have for sale a fow bushels of Dla- montl Joe seed corn, which I will soil at $1.50 per bushel shelled. I have had experience with Diamond Joe and consider it by far the best I havo ever sean. It is tho largest yielding corn in tho world.-ha- s large ears 10 to 12 inches long, usually two ears to the stalk and comes 20 to 30 days earliers than any othor variety. Cultivated extensively in corn growing sections of Iowa and Michigan. I havo also Boone county white com and yellow at $1.00 perUusli-c- l shelled. Will deliver in Kichmond O. W. Deatherage. any lime. R. D. f: Phone 2G0--2 "Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough, Remedy" writes Mrs. T. B. Rasaca, Ga. Ii is the best cough Ken-drick, The wise man carries both life and Insurance. Dan H. Breck has he best policy f t-- For 5ale "Cade Tom" Harris, who is elghty-aht- e t 9 jj0r Ed. C. Wiaes BurnanTs Insurance Agency will bond Order ono of those juloy steak trn you. 13tf Cultoa. Phone 123. -- remedy on the market for coughs, colds and croup. For Sale by Stockton & Son. Show case as good as new. 3 1S31 liX'SltAUUuAKASLsia i ; ' 3' ROBERT WALKER. have some nice buggies and road stuff; been wagons for sale high-grad- e 44t4 run some: must sell. 1 1 ' - i Chintzes and Tapestries and extensive assortments of Sateens and 5iikoIines. This stock has been assembled not merely to supply one's WANT5 in drapery ma- terials but to suggest new effects in combinations of colors and their application to the various rooms of the home. t t 3 t 3 C t t c HOUSE DURING SPRING RACES d ! young men of fastidiour ideas, who are the most critical in their dress, prefer t Young Men of 3 t 3 Fashion t 3 Adler's Collegian Clothes 3 ' -- C. F. Brower Lexington, Ky & Co. 3' April 29 to May II The Merchants Invite You to if"- - j c Wall paper SOMETHING NEW! Now is Uie time to put your house in order. for the coming Beason. Do you want a change from,, the regulation - things you have seen for years? We are tired' of them and, we thiulc you must be. We have bfjen looking-f- or something different ahd better; and We have found them; Come in and see these new things You will-b- e as pleased as. we are. . , , . -- Take Advantage AnH VlClf Transportation Rates to Attend the Races wnU r -- of. the Reduced I Si 1 fi iniltr wrz - rmrA rA timr sn linncnl to inspect the most complete, varied and choicest assortment of stocks ever seen in Central L Kentucky. These stores-arnoted for the excellence of their wares, but the Sparing of 1911 C outshines all other years as the exhibition extraordinary. The round trip fare during the period h from April 29 to May has been reduced to about a tare and a third. Tickets are good for : w ffin davs W The Racing Program is the Best Yet Offered and the merchants have the most splendid exhi- bition of Spring and Summer stocks ever shown in Lexington : : : : : : j fhf!r Qrrnvac Uthom e ri--f 11 J t 3 t 3 3 t 3 t 3 t to clothes made to their measure. Many d men in our own cifcv- - men vou see on the streets every day are wear- - A lnc'this famnns ttijiUa nf oWlioc fliofa no w w Ma.VHW W k. O WVhUJ many reasons why they prefer these clothes to others. First, we show a wider range of of patterns; second, a man is better satisfied .i.nXseeingA suit all ready made; third, he mows.the reputation Adler'sCollegian Clothes ii rnd, fdurth, he saves fully half of what he would' pay for a suit made to order. tne. best-dresseV 3 3 3 3 This Business was Built by Featuring Adler's Collegian Clothes and-w- e i f" are adding new customers to our list A etery day. Why not come here, and try on a V suit or two? Wewantypu to seethis line. You will not be obligated in thejeasffv ' 3- - Prices IIoiMfc of $15 to $30 Other Good Makes $10 to $15 4lk Opportunity INever Knocks at the Same Door Twice c Jj WTII.I.GfING 213 West Mainjstreet. !l Thlg Is Your Opportunity Pr, Window SImIm, Patfott, GIim, Futures, Fram? tad Mirran. If V i THE ROYAL Good Cloikes Corner 2nd and Main J. S. 5i)ifer, Proprietor WTxen You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult ior most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time -- mm 8 Young Men of Style Wear You will besurprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every Suits workmanship. Of All The Stores In Richmond Only Two Sell Kenton Suits are shown spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings an3 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 York styles the skirts drape with a graceful swing that belongs only to high class r Linen Collars This may sound strange, but it is True, as you may readily prove for yourself. 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 i ? BENNETT and H I GG I N S The trousers have char- acter and style all their own. UNDERTAKING t -- s , Drop in and see the superior Fit of a Kenton Suit look over our splendid showing of newest shades ot 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. know positively it is cotton. We sell upright Piano for sale at bargain t- Sold Dog. t Col. John Parks, the groat for dog lion's meat market gives prompt r : . t i. n.i . i. ittuuici, lias jjutuuaacu iuv ituu . erv. Phone 1S6. hound. Hub Dawson, that won over all classes at the Lexington dog snow. For Sale. Mr. Parks bred this dog and later sold A sIl htly need, high smile Upright him to Mr- Alox Parrish. He paid a fancy price to get th's fast dog in his ,o. Bargain, KsoWsteaoef oasoor pack of hounds. moms. Address W. L. BU care of Jack Here. .aofflee. jrnam's Insurance Agonoy writes all Jaok Frost was present Sunday mornbad ing j 4tf put and the early vegetables that were thoir noses above the ground nipped. It seems that Kentucky has Haines Arrested. 44 . 44-2t Chief of Polico Peel, of Nicholasville. was in the city Monday, having brought tor Hurst over .ferry JonKins, colored, to answer A. SheHo. agent Insurance On. Wdto e or phone to the charge of "bootlegging." r 1M ring S. Union OKy, Ky. Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W 4Rf any Broaddus & Co. n in Deed ofdfeeksmitbtBS in branches, Farming Implements, Stockholders' Meeting. Carriages, Wakens, Rubber The annual meeting ,sif, get prices from R. EL Miller, ers of the Richmond of tho stockhold Water fc Light Uf- ..City. Ky. Company will be held at the ofllco of the company in Richmond, Ky., on Wednesday, May 10th, 1911, at Ton For 5ale. o'olock a. m. (res of good fertile feud.Hear WhJle-Appl- y 45t8 R. E. TaRt.Br, Secretary. to It C. Meore, "Whitehall, Business Office Normal Sohool. o to Owea MeKee, Rlohraond Others ,,r drv goods and nations. d vrliv not VOM. (Smokej Cuban Club, 10c Cuban Star, 5c Peel Here. Barker's Linen Gollars because they are linen. Linen wears.better than cotton, looks better launders better, and shrinks less, iinen is the quality you are entitled to, and you should refuse to buy cotton. Barker's Linen Collars are UmW p i ill iva "f u Hm ' ' '.'LitlLffJlil Kenton Suits are reasonably priced: Mq unsurpassed for fit and style, and we sell them at the same price most ' stores charge for cotton $15.00, 16.50, 18.00,20.00, 22.50, $25.00 Other Good Suits $10.00 to ?J2.50 2 for 25 cents 'i. nutv Sheriff Sent Bush went to a tester Frwav and arrested Kir o ;ies on a warrant chareine him wi.'-The n ing his wife and children. rant was sworn oat by Berea parties, it is claimed Ilaines has been He umg for several months. brought to Richmond and released ...ud. ceased to have any spring weather whatever and the garden planters are beginning to defer their planting until late in May. A year ago. last Monday, a killing frost made its appearance. Blanton Again. L'tindsoy Excursion. the 30th, the L. & X. i run the regular exourstoa to uiuati, and if the day is jwetty the large crowd will .take advantage ine reduced rates and visit the many vr-,- t,e plaoes is and around the ym pus City. The Xoetegioal Gardens ulwajs attractive this time of the . 1! : . unsital pluck in stopping runaways. Last wool: he made a run after a mule hitoheJ to a delivory wagon, that had For become Xnghtoned at an automobile and was making a dasli down t.still iVve.. and succeeded in stopping Uio animal before any damage was done This is the" fourth runaway he has stopped since the first of tho year. Blanton has displayed his ..t Sunday iUr "Supts"' Coming the Fifth Real Estate. Tho Convocation-Kentuck- y unoton & Banks THE . MAY DAY Will I Educators to Gather in Richmond havo. been recorded this week; Thurman &IIamilton to Mrs. I). E. Flora a lot in to Burnamwood for $500: G. II. Eddiu Williams lot in Paint Lick for $500: W. II. Porter to C. E. ITolcomb ' lot in Korea for $500: L. B. Horaington houMi and lot in Richmond for $3000. following real ostato transfers be Celebrated at Eastern --Week of May Will be a Memorable One. 1 The regular session of the Quarterly court was hold Monday and a goodly ,lamoUDt of busincss WM Jisposod r aaww STORE FOR QUALITY Quarterly Court. Read It. Eclipsa Friday the residents of thi3 state will have a chance to view a total eolipse of the sun. The Next sunt inn of tho Ohonault, P. Evans and D. l..ie of the Wild OatM.Coal lands. i,.- -s r I.iMDgstoft, Recke&stle county. Munuay for that place, where they i .ike some surveys in the interest r .mpany There is valuable uU-lands in the holdings - Will Survey. phenomena will oome near tho close of nrpyor Joseph Boggs rxcompaaied the day and will bo visible to Richmond five and pre-nnrin-!? sir o'clock. people between Have your smoked glass roady to enjoy the treat. Local astronomors are to irot some useful knowledge from the visitation of the phenomena in in the Hoavons. Culton's link sausage is as good as can be made. Try some of it. Still Destroyed. Friday in Owsley oounty Capt Short big an.l Deputy Marshal Mays found a The moonshine still and destroyed it. olllccrs have enough ovidonoe to conviot not be the operators, who fled and could or the located. It was in a section county whore very fow moonshine stills have been Known 10 ejsist- - iu muwi one oi me sav they will arrest shortlyr .!.., .niinlii . ... most prcminem citizens m who is charged with oporating it. Scrofula disfigures and misery. causes life-lon- g Children become strong and lively when given small doses of To The Woods. Prof G. D- Smith, of the Scientific his departmeut of the formal, took Geoclass in Nature Study, Physical last tho graphy and fieology to A.... woods mill' -i - Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted blood vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion conquer scrofula and many other blood diseases. FOR EAXE BY AM, DRUGGISTS Send 10c.. name of paper and this ad. for oar beaatifsl Sansgs Bank and Child's Sketch-Bool- e Bach bank contains a Good X,uck Fenny. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Peari St, N. Y. time was bad in addition to many interesting discoveries. Prof. Smith believes in this outdoor work as being of great Model Won. value to the students in tho above stuThe Model school base ball team de dies. In nest week's issue of tho Climas Prof. Smith has an intensely interesting feated 'the Lancaster Graded school article Tor the fruit growers on "Spray- team Fridav afternoon on the local grounds by tho score of 10 to 0. Tho ing." Be sure and read it. visitors were unable to nit rarKS, ana played poorly in the field. Big Number. Deputy U. S. .Marshal ColemanT from In Darkness. Somerset, brought to tho Federal court Lancaster suffered thb loss of its week what is claimed' by officials this to be tho largest namber of witnesses lighting Dlant. tho same asin Richmond, darkness ever brought by one official to this and the town has beon court. There wore over a hundred and fnr mnnv days. T ie loss IS SlO.OUUWltn Work practically all of them were in cases of no insurance on the building. vinlniinn of internal revenue laws. Two has begun on a new plant. prisoners brought in Monday for un-,- : lQwfnllv Summer School. sfillinc liouor were Alien Unvsinn ntul Pete Cline. the former The Quarterly Review for the Summerfrom Wayne county'and the latter from School or ihe formal nas iusi Deen isBurnside. enpii fmm the nrcss of the Climax and it is a most exhaustive book. There will be 3000 mailed out to prosrectivo students of tho eastern part oi the slate. - Monday in two wig . . . 1 - .nJ Vnv 2ml. 3rd and 4lh. there will be a notable gathoring of educators of Eastern Kontucky, tho occasion being the Fifth Annual Convocation of the Superintendents of County Sohools for In the Eastern district of the State this district, which is represented, by the Normal school hero, there are sixty-eigcounties, and every one of them are expected to be represented. Entertainment has beon arranged for them while here and a delightful program has beon sent out by Presidont Urabbo. Madison is in this district and Supt. John Poland will bo prominent on the program as woll as Supt. Coates. of the State Rural Schools. They will assist Presidont Crabbo and tho Aormai faculty in making tho visitors declaro this to have been the most interesting mooting ever held. senator McCreary will address me body on Wednesday mfirning, the 3rd, and Hon. J. A. Sullivan, President of the Board of Regents, will speak in the evening. The sessions will bo hold in tho morning, afternoon and evening oi the throo days, beginning at 10 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. President UrabDe nas every minuie o'f the three days lakon up with some thing or interest and enjoyment ior uio visitors, and it is an exhaustive pro-rtTlirA urn snvnral women suner- fntendents, who stand high in educational circlos of the district, and they A cor will be lieard at every session. dial invitation is extended to all to be present at the sessions. ht m rn Notice to Creditors. parties having claims against Pauline R. Harris, deceased, are requested to file same proporly vorifiod as required by law, to the undorsigned Executor, on or before July 1st, tun. Alto all parties Indebted to tho de- consed, Pauline R. Harris, either by note or account aro requested to call and sottlo same with tho undersigned. 9t W. S. Broaddns, Executor. All Double Tracking. Weisinburgh, who has chargo L. of the double tracking contract of tho Mason & Hanger Co., along tho Queon & Cnsscent near Oakdale, Tenn., was in thectv this weok on businoss. lie says it will take over a year to complete tho work. That road is double iracK-in- g its line from Cincinnati to Chatta-noog- t. and the local firm was awarded tho contract for building a portion of tho lino through tho roughest part of tho Tennessee mountains, where inmost placQJ solid rock is encountered. B. The weok of May first is to bo tho biggest wook of the year at Eastern. Tho Model and Normal keep open house on Monday, May 1, which will bo an all day fato beginning at 8:30 in the morning and closing with a burlesque entertainment by the Literary Societies at night. This will bo a regular feto day hereafter to bo styled "Annual Reception Day and May Day Exercises." Tho day's program shows some fine special features, besides the inspection of exhibits of work dono during tho year and visiting of classes in the Model On tho first page will be noticed the proclamation of tho Mayor, setting forth "Clean up days" for Richmond and every resident of tho city who fails to comply with tho request should not class themselves among the progressive of tho city, but on the other hand they aro mill stones around tho city's neck ' in its oirort to bo clean and sanitary. First Defeat The defeat last week of tho strong J Advertised Letters. Mils Jessie Bennett, Mr. Elam Clark, A. IL Cox & Co., Mrs. Eliza Gibbs, Miss Bortha G over, Miss Lizzie Kindred, Mr. Joe King, Miss Delia Mahonoy. Mrs. Miltoj Martin, Mr. A. T. McKinney, Miss Sfannie Monday, Miss Maggie Rico, Lena Roberts, Lucy btapsle, Mr. Yv . A. Tanmir. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tovis, Mr. H. C. Thomas,""John M. --Tudor, Mrs. Mary Turner. Mr. Willie Tumor. Mr. J. K. Vetter, Mr. H. A. Winslow. -- C. C. Wallace, p. HERE m. SEE WHO'S Stanford High School base ball team by the team of the Normal school was the first that the boys from Lincoln county had suffered in tho past three years and The it was sure enough humiliating. Stanford boys play fast ball, but tho School: good playing of tho Normal seemed to 1. Ait indoor program, consisting of take them olf thoir feot at tho first, and dramatizations, drills, general forensics, they were not ablo to regain lost ground special music, etc., representing every the remainder of the game. grade in Model and Normal schools. 2. Lunch at noon; all pupils, stud-oat- s, Heffner Gone. faculty and their families, parents There will bo general regret among and friends of tho children aro to join of Richmond to learn tho theatre-goer- s for lunch on the campus. 3. An outdoor program, with May that Mr. Nelson Heffner, musical direcDay festivities, processions, May Queen, tor at the opora house, has returned to his homo in Frankfort. Mr. Heffner is May Polo Dancos, otc. 4. Base ball Model High School vs. a finished musician and handles tho piano with wonderful skill. He has built Caldwoll High School. 5. Night ontertainmont in Normal up interest in the opera house orchestra until there is no belter in the circuit. chapel at 7:30. Tho entire community is cordially in- Mr. Hotfner has a very lucrative posivited to spend tho day with the schools; tion in his home town and as his partho parents of tho children in the Model ents reside there, he feels like it was school are expected to be present all bost to accept. A new pianist and trap day. All tho exercises of tho day are drummer arrived Sunday from Ind., in response to a tolegram Tho Parfroo and open to the public. ents Teaclrors Association will receive from Manager Baxter, and have been their friends during tho day in Ruric playing this week. Mr. Alex Bowles, Nevel Roark Hall. Let overyone don tho well known cornelist, who decided not to leave Richmond this season, has Ins gala attire and bo on hand early. Tho rest of the week will bo given up changed his mind or. account of urgent circus. to tho Fifth Annual Convention of Sup- calls from tho Call 125 and let Culton send you one and left Monday to join that big show erintendents of the Eastern District. of his appetizing rifTroasts. as loader of tho band of fifty pieces. Vin-cenne- s, Sells-Forepau- from Rochester, X. Y., Mr. Jennings Mauptn is sure m tibm last Saturday conveyed the news of the deatlt of Hon. Benjamin F. Hawes, war path for the ereature who ar Mb which occurred in that city Friday. fine pointer dog a dose of poises. Tbe In Richmond to work vigor- Mrs. tlawes will be remembered as animal was apparently wll Friday sister of Mr ously for better conditions. Miss Fannie Freeman, a city. The Mr. evening about tea o'efoek whetftenC ' re- Maupiu came Dave Freeman, of this fceae frees the mains were Ukwt to his oM home at house. Vat next morning: early he wa& Oakfleld, X. Y., Sunday for interment. lying deed jnat outside thedoor, and had So keenly was the need felt for an Ilk widow alooe, survives him. been several hoars. Several dogs hai e been poisoned of )al. and why K is. no organization to provent oruelty to one can tell, except just the work of a Finnell. animals, in this city that a mass meetMrs. Mattte Flaaell died early seoBBdrei. who would atoap to ant thing ing was called at the court house ThursWednesday morning in this eMy after It is aear impossible to Hod em who i day evoning, April the 20th, and a a lingering illness in the sixty fourth guilty hut it would net be safe for to announce it. This de was r.rm Humane Society organized. year ot her age. She was wed knows of the The meeting was called to order by and greatly beloved by a wide eirele ot year flneet bred in this state and la-- i gave promises of making & er Wallor Bennett, a constitution 'was friends. Funeral services were by Rev. Ba home of fast Held dog. Mr. M&upui bad refused adopted, and the following officers X. B. Deatherage rives at the afternoon to price him. Thursday elected: Pres. Mr. Robert Burnam, and interment followed in the R!h-mon- d cemetery. Three daughters First Vico Pres. Mrs. Eu geneWalker. Give 'Em Away. Second Vice Pres. Mr. Murray Smith, survive her, Mrs. Cheeault Willis and Mrs. Charles Burgin, of Xieholasville, Stapp & Wines, the wagea Sec. and Tren. Mr. Leslie Evans, Directors, Mrs. James Burnam, Mrs. Mrs. Frank Miller, of Orlando, FJa. bide dealers, have inaugurated Benjamin Banks. Rev. E. B. Barnes, Burnam's Iiwuranee Agency. Call scheme to boost business by jbWim. and Clarence E. Woods. away to each customer a fine new wMnt. 43tf Prof. G. I). Smith of the Normal and see us. Schoof gavo a very forceful talk on "Bird Destruction." Thirty three membors were enrolled. Tho organization will very soon print a pamphlot giving its object, and the state laws relating to troatment of animals, killing of birds, etc It is so easy and so inexpensive to Conditions in Richmond have been keep any kind of finished floor surface past year that immediate such in tho as bright and clean as new i you action on tho part of a Humane sooioty occasionally rub it over with was imperative. It is the object of the local organization to look after public The only drinking places and keep them in a that wfll sanitary condition, visit- stables and successfully see that animals aro well kept, to interclean and polish est the children in the schools in the a waxed Socr work of the society and the Parent without remenr-ib- ? Presorve the Teachers Association. the wax or a birds by eliminating the flobart rifle and varnished fioorwithout injuring the varnish. sling shot in tho bands of reckless rosuLXBT youths, see that draft horses are not overloaded and ' that all manner of cruelty to animals is stopped. ih.-ene oea-duet- ed Humane Society. Havves. A telegram Lost His Dog. Bright and Clean Floors prep-arati- 'li oa ii. L PERRY t : 1 To Young Men. ii It 'A 5 BRYAN 26th p. m. Rev. E. B. Barnes will preach a special sermon to young men next Sunday morning. All classes aro cordially invited. 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 now styles, colors and shapes are hero in great variety, at the lowest possible prices. We show some extra values at . Going Up! T Lexington. a niimhor of local members TTnicriiH: ,nni tn nnuiw the initiation of a largo class. There i.pTincrion aunuiiY iu of Columbus of the organization, were seventy candidates anu a largo .loWniinn of members from surround- tauimi. inr cities to 1116 Uiuegra&s beginning at rr hmmiPt. was served, 8 O'clock. Whooping Things. mitte season, Jnhn Sexton. Chairman of tho Com on Publicity for the base ball is letting everybody in Madison and adjoining counties know of the opening dale here, May lOtli. Judgo Shackelford wlll'doliver iho address of ihe day. It is not unlikely tnat special Morrison Coming. Doing Well. rates on the railroad will bo granted for Yojing Smith Gentry, tho elevon year Dr. II. C. Morrison, ot Wilmoro, who the benefit of enthusiasts residing tn Stanford. Lancaster and as farsoutu as old lad, who was knocked from his snont about a year in evangelistic work bicycle one day last" week and sus- - ill the Mission field will lecture next Middlesuoro. taiudl a Iricturo oi tho skuit is improv- - Sunday evening at the Methodist ingMad his .recovery is now assured. Church on his "world tour ot iwangc Prominent CONSISTING OF difference between fair quality and high quality is t or several days nu me was, utspareu ;nting U. S. Officers brought in a prominent of following tho operation to remove to' present this the difierence between servicaand non-servic- e. Run- ritwon of Estill county last weeK sevcial pieces of broken skull, but his interest of tho Missionarylecture in the work of tho Fine Vehicles, charged with violating tho internal pbys.cians toinic tnat no win experience church; ""no needs ho Introduction in you obtain clothes of high quality you may set your . . T Rigs i i ri . revenue Jaws, it was vur huuhbuu, no ill1 effects from tho wound. tao ioounus oi .1uv itemuctiy vooiereuce may set your mind at ease upon their style, their wearing nows of his arrest came csa vihero he has spent twelve years or more We are aerents ior the and tho his friends in Estill.' ne is a MoynihanT shock to ia evangoli3ttD work. Dr. "Morrison will power their tailoring and fabric assortment woll known stock trader, but tho creach also in the morning at the 11 better. We have Bimel BuWy-n- one m-has been claim Be wise seek high quality clothes and find fchem. Often finCr'&nlav room in Central Kentucky. Everybody fotonwtfme. TieHe gavo "bootlegging lot James MoynihanJ.died at tho residence Ci' clock hour. bond for his Kellar, in this city 0 his sistor, Mrs. at tho regular term of the lust IChursday at tho ago of filly-lou- r. tbev cost no more than fair aualitv f From Jackson. invited to attend. Special inducements on those days court here. Deceased was woll known and un Federal iverlally liked by a great many friends, ji Mr. Ben Hurst, of the Richmond "Griffon Clothes" are of high, quality, though rffiey are not Important Cases. wno wore grieveu io ieuru ut uia ucum Plumbingi Co., was in" .Jackson last . -; . went vu tr- ..11 a high price irom :!, . mauui n this week. now Mr. Hlovnihan camo to llichmona twenty wcck . wnere ue ior ... Tn the Fedoral-Cou- rt tuo AomuuKy engine k Sisoiino Altai, III., where ho residedfor in session two Important eases will be desire to. lardwood Lumber Co. Whilo there he Most people think they're Very low priced, taking all- their always been Richmond, Ky ,m fnr trial, asking damages irom the jeaBK having native countyhis Madison contracted for several new engines and of to his of Old Skating Rink, Hrst jwmw v xiv icoau iuafc John Robinson vircus on Tho funeral rryat amount ,of plumbing work. Mr. gOOU ptlinin 1UW i;uillU'C fcmn. u""'.r: return .v . . .1. inliirlAs-nndeath. i ODwyre, of lurstsays jacKsou is ' vuu ui iue-w- i (FARM WAGONS clotbes before you finall purchase with get acquainted was (conducted by lither We are heavily, overstocked on of the eases are Harp vs Robinson and St. lark's chureB'asd burll followed jieaceful little cities he .ever saw rand tl.imlo !! UofcinSOn. J.I10 OUIBf auim In he Richmofld eemetety. Mrs. and will make great reduclidnsjon all'kinds for tJie i lot the crack of a nun was beardjjrtiile " brought .agfcinst this company for lie was there or a lawless ikwaonetrntien , C Ir. 3trs. SC B&riKbt at Mrs. J. next 60 days of a injuria ritved in the collapsing were Kel army, oi iu avj asd 'Mrs. John M any Kind, tie aMiarerwwtnwgwtt 0 ...r .ntaAtui utsts- Inst July, Columbus Wagon, 3 in .'. .v e-- Sow are.tleters urvi' a quiet eoay, M ueh w 0.0t) ettied iiwt circuit court at tlw X&roh Fan!!, Webber Wagon, 3 in Hen of it. $5-5ail WW, 'Wagon, 2 3-- 4 in - The members of tho Christian church have nearly $25,000 toward the erection of their 840,000 structure which it is proposed building as soon as possible. ltev. liarnes is wearing a oroau smua on account of the bright prospects. Other churches of tho city have been stirred up over tho statement made in I ho Climax sometimo ago, viz., mat considering its wealth, Richmond had Todd Busy. the most antiquated church buildings of Contractor Talton S. Todd, has ro- - ally town in tho state, its size, andturnei from Jackson, whero ho went to already other congregations navo Debid oil tho big now wholesale mercantile glin planning for immediate actiqn. business block that will be erected in May First. that city by M. S. Cram. Contractors from sail over tno country are figuring On next Monday tho first train be on this aud if the Richmond man lands tween Louisville and Beattyville will ba it will bo quite a big thing. run via the Kentucky Highlands roaa and the L. & A. This will mean much They're Sore. for Richmond, as it, will place Louisville and Suinford are sure within easy reach and will not'koop you Lancaster sore tver the result of the consus count, up until midnight if you desire to spend wheniby they, each have but a few over a lew hours in tno f ans uity ami want1.500!DOODle. Tho stinging part ot it is Uget home tho same day. Tho contho L. &. that jlerea shows up with 3 more people h'jeting link ofVersailles A and tho L. and Frankfort thanLancaster while Stanford has but & N. between A has been finished and tho road bed is 22 more than the Madison town. comijlitteo of citizens will go to idd to be fine. The road runs- through Washington to tako tho matter up Uio most picturesque Bluegrass region of Wjoodford and Franklin counties.. withhho department. -- $2, $3, 34, $5 Spring Dress Skirts Made of Panamas, Serges; Voiles, Fancy Mixtures and Stripes, plaited, panel of tall flaro effects, in black, gray, brown, plain tailored qr trimmed Radcliffe Pumps For Ladies All that is new in Spring Slippers aad Pumps. One, two, three and four strap pumps. and many The "Peek-a-boother styles o. r $3.50, $5, $6 $25250, $3, 5350 McCall Patterns, 0 and The "Bates" Shoe For 1 -- 15 cents Men V3E The brand to demand. In pat. leather, vici, gun metal and box calf. Low cuts Our stock of spring waists In Lingerie, button and lace, all the latest shapes for plain tailored and fancy, is complete. A spring beautiful selection at most reasonable 3350, prices Charming Waists GRAND OPENING Saturday, April 29, and May 2 and 3 Buggies, Surries, Phaetons, 98c,$125,$150t$250 Wtmder Hose For men. women and children. guaranteed to wear 4 months 34. None Higher R. & G. Corsets THE abouts, Pony " If theiargest $ pier Box 1 The way to save many dimes is to use "IROK GLUE" to fastaa that umbrella handle, to restore that broken vase," ta 4 pairs fix the handle oa yourlavorite howl, cup or dish. IronOlae mendawoods. metal, graaiteware, tin, marble, iron anil makes them as useful as ever McCall Magazine, 5c ms 7c a Bottle STSW Stapp & Wines ......... 0 ww M- - w na 1 Nywww tVsTsT 7 M, - dm. " ' 4- Street k.nt ;Xhillninavs. f tlee F V FIIIFJI Kentedcy SWF. '3i ML - i shns ,m. 'Griffon ClotW ,112.50. $15. Sia. S20 Birdsell mmmmmmWmm naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaaBaaVnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalnaa nTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaaTaTaTaTaTaTa XZ&Z2mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - 1 The Imperial Double Disc Harrow r farm News IT D-:R. . IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH Mtws 4 Interest to Tlnr Far mer, Mk Grower mm! nc g StoekMiM. Freeman AT ONCE IT TtnrtMa FrtWft. Fheible Foretruck. Interlocking Hubs, Scalloped Blades Mo'Lcrwr; Hard Wood Bearings, Steel Standards, Double Braced Grame throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and threw jt baok The forward sedtfom Ml the group vv o iis original TFMraNM to Wreted ana puivoraca.ana leu in peneci umaimni iui ououn.p. does Jt n single disk ami .v er ihe tieM with M ImnW UmU Dfcc dees as muoh work as twice over wit r --" , i, , An ordimrr Disc Harrow ol six or " , .. i.i, , 1, --w, iukoc An fmnorial naubin Disc of tlin same width or cut only re Iimm pwer in jMXHiplfcd: First, by the form- - of. the maoliuie. The double quires four. Tfeernvn i of ue two barrows, is atMcttea totM irameaiwety imtowing iiiewuur, xeijuura power of two separate barrows MM. - - Boadas, Simmons ENAMELED SINK with enamel is a great ed drain-boar- d help to cleanliness in the kitchen. & Deatherage J iff a "W. J. TheIerington Leader says; .Loughbridge & Son, of this city, are finishing breaking their crop of 000 acres of hemp in Indiana. It is said to be as fine an article and as great a yield per acre as from the best land in Kentucky. Tobacco raising there has long since passed the experimental stage. A crop from there sold dn the breaks hero this winter at 20 cents average. Year Jby year the fact has become moro in tensified that we have got to seek other States for virgin soil to raise hemp and tobacco to any great extent. Tho exhaustion of our best land in Kentucky by tobacco cannot bo reSJorcd in a decade. "Killed tho goose' which laid the golden eggs." What we need today to rolievo us agriculturalists is intense fanning on smaller farms. Tho old adage that "any fool could be a success ful farmer," applied to fifty or more years ago wncn wo nau tnousanas 01 acres of virgin soil. All you had to do tfien was to tioklo tho surface of our primitive plows and it would laugh you a crop of anything grown here. L. Ed Grieffs. of Jit. Sterling, has rsold to John D. Hose, of Ilazel Green, old stalKy., liis handsomo four-yeThis lion, "Madison Chief," for ,$7150. horse was sired by Bourbon Chief, the srand old sire of- - so many high class horses and is a fine typo of that famous strain. Mr. Griggs raised this colt on his farm in Madison county, hence his name. ar We h ve just received our last ear Implements of up-tc-da- te Jrarin THAN TO WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND WISH - . YOU HAD . finnstinntinn lirinrrs manv ailments in Its train and is the nrimarv cause OI much sickness. Keep you bowels regular, maaam, and you will escape many of the ailments to whioh women are Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators. J. I. Case Riding Cul subject. Constipation is a very simplo but like many simple tilings, tivato ;s, J. I, Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado thing,lead to serious consequences. Na-ui may and and B Qlview Double and Single Disc Harrows. T. H. C. Hay ture, often needs a little assistance given wnon Ulinmboriain s Tablets aro distress Pressi s, Deering Mower?, Binders and Rakes, and Stude- - at tho first indication, much Sold by and suffering may be aVoiuwt. renuine Oliver Chilled Plows From the Basement to the Roof " We carr in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds baker Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. Stockton1 & Son. D. 8. Shackelford Telephone 33 & Co, Its poorpolicy to wait unttll you havo a firo to bogin thinking abouLinsuranco. Do it now. Wo write the best polioies Dan II. Ikeck. Now is tho time of year to feed your cures fowls a good tonic, t- -f ltl-11-- Todd-Edwar- Lumber Co. toraer Hain & Phone 00 0rchard Richmond, A PORCELAIN i, i i , For Dyspepsia You Risk Nothing by Trying This Remedy We want everyone troubled with indi gestion and dyspepsia to coirlo to our store and obtain a box of RexaU Tablets. They contain Bismuth-Subnitrat- e and Pepsin prepared by a process which develops their greatest power to overcome digestive disturbance. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets aro very pleasant to take. They soothe tho irritable, weak stomach, strengthen and the digestive organs, relievo nausea and indigestion, promoto nutrition and bring about a feeling of comfort. If you givo Resall Dyspepsia Tablets a reasonable trial wo will return your money if you are'not satisfied with tho result. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Remomber you can obtain Re-taRemedies only at The Rexall ll Store. Perry's Drug Store. Dys-pops- ia Mr Partner Make yonr home as modem for your family as a city roi denco apd place yoursell in a poeition to get the latest market quotations any tim. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, whe vou and your neiirhbor cati cet for a sum that is small compared with the ben fi's received. CalT or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters N'aahvilK. Tennessee, for information reirardlnc our soecial "Farmers' Lino' EggsHFor 5ale. rate If x present you are not enjoyingtelephone service, we can immediately From my Single Cortib Brown Log- merest you, uur lines cover tne mates 01 AentncKv- - lennessee, mississjpu' o uisianji and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. horns, 81 per sotting o 15 eggs, or 40 SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated eggs for $2. Also breeder of Bourbon Red Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpington, and JIuscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of correspondence. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, m9 2mo It, D. Nt. 3, Richmond, Ky. 40-5- Rural Telephones Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When fed as a preventative it not only keops'them healthy, but makes thorn lay. Price 60c No Cure,' No Pay. Guaranteed by yourelrugglste, Stockton & Son. Try it under the gunranteo. Ask- for booklot on diseases of poultry. Llm-bernec- k. ew Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply alwayS'of Worn Women Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone us your orders for quick delivery, No. 35. The smallest order gets our closest attention as well as the largest. Remember we sell Field 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 tat?lattP 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 Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not, leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Caijdui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment -- use d medicine. this reliable, 4 oit-trie- A Reliable Medicine-NNarcotic. ot a TAKE CARDU j 33 1 Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Michigan, sys: "Our littlo boy contracted a sovoro bronchial trouble and as the doctor's medicine did not cure him, I gave him Foley" Honey and Tar Compound in which I have great faith. It cured the cough as well as tho choking and gagging spells, and he got well in a short timo. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many times saved us much trouble and we aro never without it in tho house." The genuine is in a yellow package. -- Rofuso Sold by Stockton & Son. substitutes. Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 , McKinney E. Main Street Successor to Tate A Son For Sale. f have a splendid carringe for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a depot wagon, carry four or flvo people. It has both summer and winter side doors, polo and shafts. I also havo a set of hand made oairiago harness and a largo gentlo harness horse all of which I will sell worth tho money. Dr. Clnrence U. Vaught. Dan H. Breck, lifo, fire and accident insurance. tf Am thoroughly prepared to do all kinds of fly screen work at lowest pric-oLeave call at Douglas, Simmons & 12 8m R. A. Barlow. Deatherage. s. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co. Telephone 270 The Woman's Tonic '.Mrs. 'WToto: Work That Tells. The Kind Richmond Readers Appreciate. Fine Season. now spending io winters in Florida and tho summer in Cincinnati. He written interestingly of his success in the fruit business at Switzerland. Florida, in the following letter, also his love for The Climax: Switzerland, Fla., April 19, 1911. Eena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, hadi pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. x sintered lor years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardui. The first bottle cave me relief and now I am almost well." xiy i jaraui. 'Twill help you. "I Going: to Build? The Climax is just in receipt, of a letter from a formor Richmond man, AT ALL DRUG STOEES I Grocery & Meat IVfaFlcet to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will .guarantee to please Have Moved My Cures that last are cures that toll. To thoroughly know Uie virtues of a medi cine you must investigate tbc cures and see if they prove permanent, Doan's KidBey Pills stands this test, and plenty of proof exist right here in this locality. People who testified years ago to relief The Cliiiax, -from backache, kidney and urinary disRichmond, Ky., orders, now declare that relief was per Dear Sirs: Upon receipt of this you manent aiMi me cure perfect. (Jan any will pleaso change my address for your lucnmonu sunerer loncer doubt the evi valued paper from Switzerland, Fla., to i denee? 4400 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati. Ohio. Samuel T. Greene. Holt street. ML i time I regret very much when Storting, Ky., says: "I can corroborate comes in tho spring when it the neces is the public statement 1 gave in May 1003 sary for us to return to Cincinnati. The in praise 01 uoan s Kidney nils. 1 can weather Is delightful now as it has been not oxpress how muoh good Doan's Kid all winter. ney Pills did me, in faot, I doubt if I I have shipped something over 3000 would be alive were it not for them. boxes of as fine grape fruit and oranges You may continue to use my name and York market, say that I recommend Doan's Kidney as ever went to the New for a fine crop and prospects are good nig my. i'ius another season. For eale by all dealers. Price 50 Uoping all irwell at "The Old Ken- cents. Co.. Buffalo. lucky Homo," New York, sole agents for the United Very sincerely, My Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious : : : : : : : people is complete line.: Also & Son. In case of rheumatism refief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For Sale by Stockton Lumber LANTON-CONBLDTON IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. I have fersale in any quantity Thompson's strain Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, price SL for 15 eggs. Estimates furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller, mch Richmond, Ky. Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur anco. The very best old lino Companie f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. t-- LUMBER COMPANY Incorporated and I Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 otaies. Remember the name take no other. Doan's A. D. and Flora. For Rent- - W. L, LEEDS Third Street "Don't let the baby suffer from eazema. sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, ouras quickly. Porfectly safe for ohildron. AH druggists soils it. For Sale. Lot in Bdraamwood 70x170 Apply R.K. STONE Lot adjoining tho ball park and also tho soft drink privilege. See T. C. feet. Vaughan. f. Richmond, Ky The Wonder of the - Age How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new Standard Bred R. I. Reds. tf Yours for Fresh Goods J Climax E PARKE Telephone 39 Foley's Kidney Pills contain in concentrated form ingredients of established therapeutic value for the prompt alleviation of all kidney and bladder ailments. Foley Kidney Pills are antisop-titonic and restorative. Jo not allow your kidney trouble to progress beyond tbe reach of medicine, but start taking roioy s money Pins at once. Keruse Sold by Stockton & Son. substitutes. c, Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk er'sHair Dressing; Parlor. Come in and have your hair dressed in tho newest style, braids and puffs made to order. Braids restored to natural color. Highest prices paid for combings. Two doors above Stockton's drug store, on Main street. Office phone C Mo 5J5. residonce202. Eggs For Sale. I liav far sale Brown Leghorn and iiarred 1'lrraeunth Rock oggs. Setting IS eggs, SI. Alo few pairs beautiful aHd popular African geese, S10 per pair. I am also agent for the colobrated Cyphers Incubators, brooders and Poultry appliances foods and supplies. 5 ring 3, Waco, Ky. Clark Rice, Tel-epho- Irvine Street "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I eat dis Burdock Blood tressed me torriblly. Bitters cured me." J. H. "Walker, Sun- bury, Ohio. Wind Blew. struck wind terrific Another Riohmond and parts of Madison county last Wednesday and for a while it threatened to do big damages. - As it was, many small buildings were blown down in different parts of the country and fences wore laid low. The huge sign belonging to the Richmond Electric & Power Co., on tho building occupicd'by Stockton & Son, came very near yielding to the wind and toppling over." It was discovered in time for workmen to guy it up until tho danger was passed. Many shado trees were damaged in the city. Best Job Printing The "We Up-to-d- ate Climax U. D. No. 3, Farmer Uses Richmond, Ky. We now havo stook from somo of tho best blood linos in America and are giving bolter bargains than ever bofora in oggs from choice matings' 82 por 15. Free rangd flock SI per 15; Colored Muscovy duck eggs SI per 11. Orders taken We are; in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child for baby chicks, satisfaction- guaranteed Mrs. Eva- Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as a grown person can take it, Phone-WacMrs R C Coomer 5 t 2 Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- s, in fact, it has no equal for children, Speedwell, Ky Wagcfner, Okla., as well as many women and old people. others, telling about the wonderful reIt arouses the flow of gastric juice, When a medicine must bo given to sults they have secured in the cure of their stomach and liver troubles by and by a peculiar action trains the young children i should be pleasant to stomach and bowel muscles to again the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do .their work naturally, and in time take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sin. medicines of can dis This remedy, as all readers doubt- pensed ,with. all kinds sample bebottle. made from loaf sugar," and the roote A free less know has been before the public can oe naa tor trial by sending your used in its preparation gives it a flavor for a generation and is now being address to the doctor, for in this similar to maple syrup, making it pleasmore extensively used than any other way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavellas and ant to take. It has no superior for colds remedy fqr stomach, liver and bowel many others first learned of the cure. complaint. According to reliable tes- Later, when satisfied it is the remedy croup and whooping cough. PorSalo by timony, it! seems to be a very quick you need, do as others are doing and Stockton & Son. and lastin'ir cure for constipation, in- buy it of your druggist at fifty cents digestion iind dyspepsia, liver trouble, and one dollar a bottle. bihousnesj, headaches, eour stomach, gas in the stomach, drowsiness For the free sample address Dr. W. after eatirig and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, liquid with tonic effect, and so Aionticeiio, in is a For Sale by STOCKTON'S DUUG STpItE FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS 5, 10 and 25 Opposite Eldws. 5 cents you oan bay many Items cent Store - o, 5-- We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 ami gecds. For that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 1 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We haw everything in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China. Glass wurs, Woodenware. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in pfoiit flgaroa. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building The Best Implements have the latest improved The Sound Sleep of Good Health. health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, VTJ- s- says: "I have boon unable to sleon soundly nights, because of pains aoross my baok and soreness of my kfdneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley's Kidnov Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rocic, my general condition is great ly improveu, anui Know mat holey Kidney Pills have cured mo." . Good re sults always follow the use ofFolev iwnaey 'iiis. xnev are a nromDt cor rective of urinary irregularities. Try. mom. oom oy scoonion & bon. Can not be overestimated and any that prevents it is a menace to ail-mo- nt Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed, not to Shrinfeo'rjtEade 1 4 and the farmers are rapidly discarding the old ones for the ow -- Eczema Cure a Beauty Wash" Although D. D: D. Prescription . has been recognized for years "as tho one remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin diseases, it is now known that there is no other wash, even those used by the beauty specialists, that can compare with this mild' liquid for cleansing tho skin of plmples.blackheads, rash, and all similar skin affeo-- tions For alone, a. boltlo of D.- D. D. should be kept oh hand in every household. ' A trial 25c bottlo will show you tho merits of this great remody. as. a complexion wash. D. D. D. 'seems to remove tho cause, whatever the trouble may be, cleansing the skin, and leaving jt as soft, as smooth and clear as that of a healthy child. " Gct-25c bottle today and keep it in tho house. Stockton & Son. 1 Ihis-reaso- t Ladies' Ready to wear Goods , N ew Improved Wm. J. Oliver a guaranteoagainst breakage of frog and a point and a landslide that is indepen- dent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our storo and also inspect the NEW DA3SDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented "with are arriving daily. styles. Respectfully Neysv 5 Ele--ga- nt ' Administrators Notice. AH persons having claims against the Mrs. J. M. BaMow Gibson. Building - estate of Ellen Todd, deceased, will please present them to me properly verified according to law, on or before July 1,1011, or same will be barred. R. K. MOBERLY, 48-- Jl Administrator of Ellen Todd. 50 years experience the factory guarantee in "suits, all sizes" from smallest boy to largest man,Newest stock in city to;" select from - o One Conductor Helped Back TAYLOR & OLDHAM Watch Repairing s a speoteRy to which we iv special aMeotfea. No matter how nnwb or how little the wateh.is defective or damaged vre t&ka particular pride ia doing tfee work so the timepiece will be as geed as or better than K vhon new. We do jewefcy repairing as reraodeHng ia the suae way To Work. r 3Ir. WHford Adams is his name, and he writes; "1 was confined to mv bed with chronic rheumatism and used (wo bottles of Foloy's Kidney Remedy with good effect. The third put me on my fGit and 1 resumed work as conductor on the Lexington; Ky., Street Railway, it will ao an you claim in cases of Foley's Kidney Remedy al lays rheumatism by eliminating the uric acid from the blood. Specially recomfSold liy mended for elderly people. Stockton & Son. rnou-matism- ." - Growing. The complete census of all tho towns and cities if Kentucky gives Berea, this county, 1,510, showing a big increase over 1000. Lancaster has only 1,507 people while Stanford-ha- s 1,532. This is quite a boost for the capital of South Madison. Real Estate. All persons desiring either to sell or purchase land or other property or to make rentals oif same nvill find it to their interest to place the same with me as 1 am a member of the National Realty- - Co.. of Washington, with agents throughout tho United States, Siexlcojand pufca. Also my services as anctleecinay be secured by calling on mea'tayfesidjswev-No- . 308 .Third St., mcMmvzA, K : 4gfc Scott tn-- u Good Quality Tost 'Us Tfc4th some' piece you obacco Canvas at 2 I -- My of real anger is when a woman; has been dealing with one grocery for a long time and paying cash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying less for the s&rae. Better join me in a few Visits to a place where prices are lowest and no favor ites. Betsy's Pointers ida Fine tine New Style . and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trun5cs Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high class goods. 3c per yard i 0tBftEST RICKHOKD. Popwsky J Lackey & Todd lorne of Low tw Pikes ami quai$ Dealing Doer House Buildinc - J. B. Stouffer Oldest Established Clothing: and Tailoring House ia Richmond