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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 3, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911050301_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): May 3, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE R CHMOND CLIMAX. 17th YEAR RICHMOND,, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 191 1 NUMBER 46 PIONEERS WIN L. R. BLANTON Sole Agent for the Celebrated - Bluerass Leaute defeat the fast team of the Normal School. - PROCLAMATION! do hereby designate Thursday and Friday, May, th and 12th. 1911, as "general clean up days," and trust that allVesiclents of the city of Richmond, Ky.,. will showtheir 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 RICL, Mayor. I 11 J ocnooi rsews Hems ol Interest from Snot. t Noland's OHIce and the County In General 1 Special Mattress Sale On the tssvssassasssssssstsi ' Sparks' Lime for White Washing T E LEPHONE 85 N.'V. WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Big Spring tine of Dry Goods:: Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. Some beautiful wash fabrics for spring and summer. Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Voilles, etc. in a wide variety of smart pieces to choose up-to-da- te from :::::: sf N. V. WHITE Main Street, below First Richmond The fans were treated Ioa very classy game of ball last Saturday afternoon .it league park between the Pioneers and the team representing the Normal school. The wet weather prevented a large crowd from coming out, but tho two hundred that braved tho weather, 'made tho contest all tho more interest ing by pulling for their favorite. The collego boys had a goodly number of rooters. Parks, tho Madison county boy, who has tho making of a great twirler, was in the bos for the collegians and he held tho leaguers exceedingly well. Errors by his team mates was responsible for tho big score against him, although the Pioneer twirlers never extended themselves. It was tho first game of tho season on the local field and by the enthusiasm shown it was plain that the present season is go ing to be full of life, as tho real fans wore out and many who are just entering into the spell. Tho now players for the league team were closly watched by Miss Bertha Hamm is visiting her the fans, and it looks as if Richmond brother in Lake City, 111. will be well represented this year and Miss Hetty Moberly has just closedra will be up at the top all the time. Tho Normal boys have a good team, but very successful school at this place. they lack practice, and several times Mr. John Martin Whitaker an, honor-abl- e blunders. The mado inexcusable old soldier of our vicinity quietly final score was 5 to 2. passed away last Tuesday night, April 18, after a few days illnoss. 12345C780 0 Richmond Wo aro glad to report Miss' Mnry 0 Normal namm improving after a serious illness Hit- s- Off Parks 7, off Nicholas 0 in of several days. 5 innings, off Sterling 8 in 4 innings. Mr. B. F. Cotton and Miss Laura 2 baso hit- s- Armstrong, Shearon Lewis, of Ruthton were married in Errors Richmond 1 Normal 7. Lexington last week. Miss Frona 'Williams was forced to Is there anything in all this world on acthat is of more importanco to you than leave Smiths Business College count of illness. good digestion? Food must bo eaten to. sustain life and must bo digested and Elmer Deatherage wants your wool. 4u converted into blood. 'When tho diges Highest market prices. tion fails tho whole body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets aro a rational If I had Eczema. and a reliable cure for indigestion. wash it away with that mild, sooth They increase the flow of bile, purify I'd ing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle. 23c the blood, strengthen the stomach, and Kelievs all kinds of skin trouble, clean tone up tho whole digestive apparatus ing up tho complexion as nothing else to a natural and healthy action. For can. sale by Stockton & Son. Yes. If I had any kind of skin trou ble I'D USE D. D. D. Mudd Here. Stockton & Son. Special Examiner Mudd, for'the L. & Lost . railroad, was hero last week making special examinations of tho roadmen Red steer strayed from my place along the L. & A. Subjects used were four miles from town on Tato's Creek the book of rules governing this depart- .pike. Reward. G. W. Deatherage. ment of the service, tho hearing and Phone 200-- 2 R. D. No 4. sight of the men. This is done regular For soreness of tho muscles whether ly by tho road in order to.keep up to a induced by violent exercise or injury. high efficiency .the operating Chamberlain's Liniment is excollcnt. This liniment is also highly esteemed Burnam's Insurance Agencv for Fire for the relief it affords in cases of rheumatism. Sold by Stockton & Son. 43tf Insurance. AH those expecting to take theexami nation for common- school education diploma, should bear in mind that the dates for it have been set for May 12th and 13th, Friday and Saturday. All applicants should report at Supt. Noland's office on first day of examination. - Celebrated Come See Two new school houses will be erected in the country, at Concord and Shallow Ford, for colored ohildron and two for white pupils, near Klrksvillc and Waco. The wind storm of the past month damaged two school houses in the county and work repairing thorn tins beon going on for sometime. The one at Hagans was sorioush damaged and at it came near being razed. Clay-Ferr- them in our ;i3"IH n ?iteL&" liji&tH " iTETnierosfla ntm uli Windows We have arranged for a Special Sale On the celebrated Steams & Foster Mattress and are offering this most Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary of all Mattresses, in selected patterns of the best qualities of Satin-finis- h, Dust-proTickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Beware of "Special Sales" on "Cotton-felt- " or "Felt" Mattresses said to be the "genuine kind" and offered at such ridiculously low prices as are sometimes seen displayed. You do not know WHAT sort of material has been hastily STUFFED into Uw ticking. From a Sanitary standpoint, it may be vile; uafit for any person to sleep apoa. A for genuine Comfort and Durability, tuch Mattresses are utterly worthless. It don't pay to buy them. Stearns & Foster Masesses have a laced opening (pat. applied for) through which you can sec and examine the inside of the Mattress you GET. That's the safe way to bny a Mattress. You know what you are setting. Stearns & Foster Mattresses asc made of Glean, Sanitary Cotton; felted ioto hundreds of little webs forming; many Springy. Buoyant layers standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then LAID BY HAND and compressed to ONErSIXTH their ocwkiai heifk and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension so as to be Soft, yet Firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. You will say of so-call- ed RUTHTON Relatives Meet. At the homo of Thomas Vaughn, on Broadway last Thursday a very unex pected gathering of relatives took placo, tho first time that they had ever met, although living within a hundred miles of ono another. Mrs. Boltie Hardwiok, of Powell county camo to visit tho Vaughn family, being cousin of the Mr. Vaughn. The same afternoon Thomas Vaughn, of Corbin, a cousin was stopping over in Richmond, and knowing that ho had relatives hero, started out to find thorn. Ho first stqpped in at "W. T. Vaughn, tho moat man, but failing to traco any relation, He was sent to Thomas Vaughn, the coal man. In a short time they discovered tho link of relationship and very cordial greetings followed. Both wore named for the samo man and had heard of each othor for years, but had never mot. At tho Vaughn home, Mrs. Hardwick, who is also the same rolation, had- - never seen hor kinsman and was likewise vory pleasantly surprised. . A sumptuous, spread was had and tho family history was roviewod until a very lute hour Thursday ovoning. 0033000 05 Supt. Coat os, of tho Rural School De velopment for the State, will take, the matter of consolidation up at once for Madison county. Thore aro districts ini Madison that can be consolidated with a great deal of advantage and the mat- tor will bo thoroughly gone over as soon as possible. Consolidating districts so as to make one modern school out of two poor onos has beon going on in. ' other states for sometime, and Kentucky will Tho begin at onco to adopt the plan. idoa is to build it large school, have threo or tour toachors and place the high school work there, instoflrt of having pupils como to the county seat. 000020002 Negro Drowns. Thomas Marshall, colored, was drowned about two miles north of Red House last Sunday afternoon in attempting to ford tho small stream known as the east prong of Ottor crook; Several people saw tho man drive in tia raging waters and go down, but ooukl offer him no aid. Tho horse swan to shore a short distance down stream and the Both buggy lodgod among some drift. "were recovered by a volunteer force, whioh went to look for the negras body. Mnrshull had been employed by A. D, and C. D. Miller in the country and his employers claim he was an unusually trustworthy and hard working negro. Ho had been to attend oh u roll near Red Uouso and was returning heme. Those who witnessed the sight claim thnt Marshall clung to a tree limb after being washed from his vehicle and stood in four feot of water for several minutoKT It is tho supposition that he took cramps or was so scared he could not freo himself from the driftwood and swift wator. Rolalivos here took charge of the body for burial. "I ne7er Knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable." 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 Steams & Foster Mattress away, to be "Made Over" or "Renovated." They never require it. An occasional Sun Bath keeps them fresh and clean. That's just what satisfied users of Steams & Foster Mattresses are saying. Dos't Fail to attend this Sale. Select the Mattress you want fortable Mattress. Come today. uncom- NOW. Don't put up longer with that old New Twirler. A new twirler, which the managomont has been after for some, time, arrived in town Saturday evening, and it ho proves good, Richmond will have the best lot of twirlers in tho league. His n'amo is Goldenborryand he hails from Sparta, Ho was. a small town jn Owen county. tried out by tho Cincinnati Nationals, but on account of inexperience was sent back to tho minor league. Chief Scout, Sand, lime, cement brick, wall plasJimmy Conway, has had his cyo on this man for some time and will give him a ter, rock and screenings, in any quantithorough try out. He is a big left hand-- , ty and at lowest rices. No delay; see us. W. W. Broaddus & Co. cr with all kinds of speed. 44tf A Comfortable Night's Rest on a Stearns & Foster, Costs too Little. We'll give you a POSITIVE GUARANTEE on every Mattress bearing the Steams & Foster name. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty a Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S O. 229 R. O. L Vb t r Tt thj ni m -- is ti --t- c w tj d y u- -r a u r-- s a ti ti Tt td ts tj ts s ti r a a t a a t yri "fi if We Sell May Manton . Patterns 10c Each Hustling Cash Store Have You Bought That Spring Suit? Would you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money. Take a looktai our "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co. Remember we specialize $10 and $15 values in Men's and Young Men's Suits eS We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each 4S& Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASY MONEY Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines, including the greatest line of r 4$ IT as- t" "Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. 0- - support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives them strength to carry the weight of the body at the foot arch. It does away with ail nervous and muscular strain and quietly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-fowith its painful consequences. H&lct Wilkin or standing absolutely comfortable, keeps shoes in shape and sires the instep a daeef nl arch. t TheSchoIl'Foot-Eazernismad- e ol two bexman Silver Spriasi. leath er cuveicu. ana u springy Cezuue ana to ail xeet andean be easily supped ot Ik'Schofl'Twtf-Eazer- " is a remedy. . It Is a scientific arch Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown I & Corner First Ha mi & They do not needtackhuTorl Putins but are easur c&anced from one pair to another. If yon have any foot txoohle whatsoever the SchoU TootCazcr" will give you instant relief as well as rot and comfort. All sites for men and women, $i00 per pair. We are beadauarters for foot comfort and the r Scboll is one of the principal mcitin of coaverinsrittoyou. Let us prove It. "Foot-EaM- uioany snoe. We want your money and y;ou want all, it willbuy in exehangerfofi wete never o well prepared to give you values as now Iespectlt ! r We Main ' " ' ; , Richmond, Kentucky. - i . ; it . ' ' a J P. Mann, of Gwynne was an event of much imParis News.-M- rs Richmond, remains criuealty ill at St. portance in local social circles. Tho I Mrs nuptials took place last Wednesday JosopU's Hospital, Lexington. Mann is the mother of Mr. Edward evening at tbe country home pf the Eadesof the Power Grocery Company." bride's mother on the Big Hill pike was not an elaborate wedding, but Democrat, Charlie It Winchester very beautifully carried out in" all its Alexander and family liavo moved to appointments. "Cumberland Viow" the Richmond to make that their futuro palatial Cfienault homestead, was Wo commend them to the lovely home. in its decorations for thoocension favorable consideration of tlioir new Palms and ferns, and potted plants were neighbors. it is tirne artistically arranged thru out th Mrs. H. B. Hanger was the hostess spaces halls and rooms, nil forming last Friday at Juncheon in compliment galaxy of much beauty and charm. At to Mesdames Bailey nnd Whitney, who the appointed hour for tho ceremony McKfLES gave such a delightful musical at the Mrs. Harvey Chcnault played Lohen to Normal school last weok. Govers were grin s charming wedding march and to well-dresse- d, In laid for eight. line the strains of this most beautiful piece. men-who-kno- w The Regular Baptist will hold Divlno the bride entered on the arm of her Services Sunday 7th insi., at 3 P. M. brother, Mr. Harvey Chenault, while Church, The the groom came on tho arm of his best Second Presbytorian is membership are requested to be present. man, Mr. Thomas. D'. Chenault. Mrs. All persons are invited. Subject of dis- H. II Bates, of Cincinnati,, a sister of course will be "Gospel Missions." tbe bride, was Dame. of honor and Miss The lecture of Frank H. Leonard, of Lilly Whithdrnot- - Cecil, of Danville, Brooklyn, N. Y. on. Christian Science Maid of Honor. Master Thomas Mc next Tuesday evening- at tho Court Cowan, a nephow of the bride and Miss House will be entertaining and woll Marie Louise Kellogg wore ribbon bear to Richmond. worth the attention of thinking ers. Rev. Dr. Gwynne, of Georgetown Be See notioe elsewhere in this Father oi the groom, said a most lm people. First, for is pressive coromony, which was followed Issue. colors Col John Wagers, Tetry Hagan and by the bles ings pronounced by Dr. to Jesse Cobb have returned from Mt. Marshall, of this city. "Following th In highJaoksen Indianapolis, where they have ceremony an elcgont wedding supper Muslin been fBr the past three weeks. They was served and tho bride nnd groom is class declare it is a great place to have during this time, received the con fit, Fit rheumatic germs eradicated from the gratulations and well wishes of those Our Lowest Oar Best pres out The bride's tablo was a thing system. They are looking Hne. with its pretty decorations Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Toy, of Maysville, of iovllness pink and- white. Miss Lilly Cecil is in are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine of was the lucky ono in drawing tho rin baby girl, Betsy Smith, named in honor Mrs. Toy is a Miss Kathleen White the dime, Miss of her grandmother. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moberley Gwynne, tho thimble, Miss Watts, the. D. Chenault, th and sistor of Mrs. G. G. Corzelius and button .and Mr. X darning needle. The bnue and groom of Mr. T. J. Moberley, all of this city. received many presents from admiring its Mr. W. B. Craven, who for several friends, some of whioh wero costly nnd years has been managor of tho Richof lino cutglass and silver. The bride mond Ice Plant will leave this weok is ono of Madison county's lovoly young Mixtures made in imitation of baking powders, but containing alum, with his family for Edgemont, South women, having been born and reared are frequently distributed from door to door, or given away in grocery Dakota, whore they will make their The 11th and 12 Ih will be the most future home. The Climax dislikes to hero and possessing an acquaintance Such mixtures are dangerous to use in food. In England, stores. auspicious days that Richmond has ex see such good citizens leave, however nnd friendship of wide scope. She is Fiance, Germany and some sections of the United .States their sale ia of tho late Thomas D. perienced in many years. "It is clean it extends to them, where over they are, daughter prohibited by law. Alum is a dangerous mineral acid, and all Chenault. Mr. Gwynne has only been uptime." Every resident of the city its best wishes. physicians condemn baking powders containing it. ETERT WEDIESB1T II miBBEI a resident of Richmond for a short time, is vitally interested in this move. Mr. Martin Gontry was tho recipient yot ho is very popular among many THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Tho label alum Making powders must of a surprise birthday dinner last Mon- friends. He is at tho head of a private Get clean around your premises. sJfovv tho Ingradlontsm (iBeerporated.) day and twelve of his friends were there sohool here, and stands high among For Rent to enjoy the feast of good things that his patrons. Mr. and Mrs. Gwynne READ THE LABEL Pres. and Mgr. A D. Milter Two stery residence on Smith Ballard Mrs. Gentry had prepared. He had took the midnight train for Knoxville, Sec'y-Trea- s. W G. WhiU . Editor street, inquire of R. E. Turley, State forgotten it was the forty second anni- where they remained until Thursday Steve K. Taught Bank & Trust Company. 2t versary of his birth until the noon hour afternoon, going to Atlanta. They and the guosts had assembled to help turned Monday via tho Queen & Cres MtnWr Home of Good Clothes him celebrate the occasion. Estray cent and. Lexington. Seed Corn. KKMNKT Warning to Railroad Men. A musical ovent of much importance V u4 ay plaee en Big Hill Ave., a boar I havo for sale a few bushels of Dia- - U Main E. S. Bacon, II St., Bath, Me., sends Folye's Kidney Remedy beg. Owner can have same by proving is the coming of the Lyric Quartette, of mtncf rmmm uabwl out ttm warning to railroaders: "A mond Joo seed corn, which I will sell Acted Quickly. property and pay expense of keep and the Cincinnati Collage of Music, which conductor on the railroad, my work nt S1.50 per bushel shelled. I havo had caused ;t chronic inflammation of tho will give a reoital at the Normal sohool Z. M. Been. TEAK advertising. PER FPICE HM M. J. George, irondale, Ala., was kidneys, aud I was miserable and all experience with Diamond Joe and con sider it by far the best l have over seen. on the evening of the Oth for the benefit bothorcd with kidney trouble for many IK ABVASOE played out. A friend advised Foley Orcuit Court of the Pattie A. Cray infirmary. Miss yoars. "I doctored, and tried kidney Kidney Pills and from the day I com- It is tho largest yielding corn in the For 5ale. world, has large cars 10 to 12 inches in Jadge Benton began the May term of Edna Giunoliigliani, of this city, is the medicines without material Ibenolit,per menced taking them, 1 began to regain long, usually two ears to the stalk and Eggs for hatching from healthy, faot, WEDKE&DAY MAY 8 mi the Orcuit court Tuesday, by impanel!' accompanies!, and close critics every suadedkept getting worse. was my strength. Tho inflammation clear- comes 20 to SO days earliers than any heavy-bonefarm-raise- d to try l?oIey Kidney Kemedy, Barred Plyshowered this young and before taking it three days I could ed and am far better than I have been other variety. Uultivated extensively mouth teg the juries and delivering his usual whore have .Rocks, birds of tho best breed for twenty years. The weakness and in corn growing seclions of Iowa 'and AonoDsccrocnts Strang charge te the Grand jury to look musician with praise for her wonderful feel its beaeflcinl effects. The pain loft dizzy stiells are a thing of tho past and Michigan. 1 have also Boone county ing; 81.00 for 15 effcs, S5.00 for 100. my back, my kidney action cleared up, I highly recommended Foley Kidney VOX SHERIFF well into all manner of lawlessness ability. white corn and yellow at 81.00 per bushMBS. S. K. DUDDEKAIt, r and I am so much bettor I do not hesi r RLMBR without fear or favor. The assigning We are ttennlaMl to I el shelled. Will deliver in Richmond R. R. 2. Parents Teachers Association tate to recommend Foley Kidney Pills." The Lancaster, Ky. ( Sheriff ef fcr DEATHKkAGB a Stockton & Son. G. W. Deatherago. any time tne actfaa of ef civil oases took up most of the fore- held its regular meeting April twenty' Remedy to all sudors. Madiaon cgnnlr. Democratic put) Stockton & Son Phone 209-- 2 R. D. 4. . sees. The commonwealth will have a oigth. Notwithstanding the rainy after Wants .Pardon. We arc aatnortaed to immct JOHN E. busy week of it from now until Satur noon quite a number were presont. A Sheriff of Mad- HALDWIK a candidate for Garfuild Tevis, tho colored "bootSeason 191 1. ixm county. Mubiect to the action e the day, as three murder oases are to be constitution was adopted and com Easter is Over. Next Democratic party. legger" who was convicted several Farm News deposed of and attorneys in each case mitteos were appointed to arrange : As ono of the greatest invitations of Comes weeks sgo and given a stiff fine besides tho age, a Spirella corset is foremost and Judge Benton program and to nominate oil leers for J i.N'KS a candidate tor Sheriff of MadteAa have aBfteunced ready a jail sentence, has given notice to many Madison county women can count-- . MDeci "O we acnea at roe irem- Items of Interest to Tbe weal to Winchester Tuesday afternoon noxt year, the election to be at the May cratic party. whom it may concern that ho will on mer, llie Grower and the testify to its great worth. I havo the We are authorised to nanoance If. II. and oeespleted a very strenuous day by meeting. Those taking part in the the 15th of May apply to tho Governor now models for 1911 now Madt-rk- i t LVEK a candidate for Sheriff of Stockman. veiteg "dry" in the precinct election. April program. Rev. E. B. Barnes, Mrs. in "and can county, imhiect to the acttaa of the for a full and free pardon from the jail fit you. Also abdominal supporters. Democratic party. GeU Bros, want year wool at highest G. D. Smith. Mrs. J R, Pates and Miss Prices reasonable and your inspection scntcnc-3Nothing is more suitable for We are hetejty awtnortaea to announce price. Joo Oldham purchased last week Lander gave excellent talks. The in is solicited. Mrs. Hallie Deatherago tf. A. B BBKTOK a candidate for Sberht graduation gowns than hand from McCroury Simmons two car loads Now .s tho time to get rid of your Phone 500. of Madba Coanty. aabieet to the action creasing interest in tne organization 4t per cwt. The' f the Democratic party. at ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION You will find Chamis very encouraging and much good is of fat caltlo is on 55.35 tho declino and the rheumatism. cattlo market SCHOOL SCFSRIXTBNDBXee expected to result from (he cooperation outlook is anything but encouraging. berlain's Liniment wonderfully efiective. Quickly Cures Coughs, Colds Exquisite hand made lingerie We are anthoriaed to annonnee BEN J A One application will convince you of its And Catarrh. of teachers and parents. MIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. SIPS' pleases tho feminine heart. perintendeat of Public Schooteef MtMltson Mrs. Dolly McKinney, of the Union merits- - Try it. For sale by Stockton If you, dear reador, could spend an county, anbiect to the actios of the Demo The first of a series of "Silver Teas' Shop in Rear oi McKee Building neighborhood, has a mare that gave & Son. cratic party. hourlooking over a few of the thousands inaugurated by the Ladies Aid Society, birth to four mule colts in eleven Miss We are authorised to announce IVm. S. of testimonials that wo havo on file, you Wool Deatherago wants your wool. 4t. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Mat S. Cohen, of Lexington, was in of the Christian Church was given by months. This is the top record. I'uMic fjchooto of Madiera County, sub would not go on suffering from catarrh, carries everything in the emMrs. W. G. White and Mrs. Joe Chen- Ky the city Monday. a popular druggist of J. jeot to the action of the Democratic party broidery line. A new and that disgusting disease that will surely ault at the home of the lattor, Saturday Farmers should be more careful and Grecnshurg, Ky., says, "We uso Cbam: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Burnam are spen- FOR JAILBR complete stock of afternoon. Two hours, from 4 to C not plant more tobacco than they can borlain's Cough Remedy in our own sap jour vitality and weaken your en We are MORGAN ding the week ia Louisville. properly take care of. Farm hand household and know it is excellent." tire system If allowed to continue. wore spent most pleasantly in the drink TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Modteoa .. ... If & county, cuhiect to the action of the Demo.air, Tl a. uarneu, oi uynimana, is ing of tea with a sandwich accompani are becoming very scarce and to nnso For sah' by Stockton & Son. You wduld have just as much faith in i. 1 cratic party. a crop without the proper attention is the guest of Mrs. W. C Frenoh. Headquarters for all that's IiyOMEI as we have, and we have so ment and in "seeing things and remom-berlamuch worse than not raising any at all. FUR ASSESSOR Civil Service Examination, new and dainty ntJirtrinrinjxrtjnjirwnn ates Oreashaw, of Versailles, Is the much confidence in its wonderful curathings." Miss Elizabeth Farloy The time has come for the farmers in W- areattthoriaedtoannonrioeGBOROE NoLAXD a candidate far A cc error ef guest ef Miss Jane D. Stockton. An examination for clerk and carrier tive virtue that it is sold the country and Miss Ashbrook had the pleasure of ihis counrty lo figure on this. Tenants Tt mi woo County Mubiect to the action f have moved away by tho hundred will be held at tho , . ... T o in this over under a positive guarantee to cure '1 lie Democratic party. g j. v. .mi. r. r ureoKs, oi Danville, is bearing home with them beautiful since 1900-and it is impossible to city on. May 20, 1911. Ago limit, 18 catarrh, croup, sore throat, coughs aud We are aarthorined to announce W. F. visiting her mother, Mrs. William Crow. bunches of Carnations, they having grow what you used to grow. Then r ARM AK a candidate tar Aonernarof Sfaa- H Mr. W. P. Freaoh snout Sundav at proven to be the two closest observers the removal of so many and the e xodus to 45 years, on the date of the examina colds or money back. ixm county. autHect to the actio u of tbe of other labor into our fiolds has caused tion. Married women will not bo ad Democratic party No stomach dosing when you breathe with the best seeing memories. the heme of bis mother, Mrs. W. C. he price of labor to advance. Wo are authorised to announce RUFOS mitted to tho Reg. No. 4396 examination, This IIYOMEI. Just pour a few drops of . Lancastor Record: Miss Mabel Mason I KXKIKS a candidate for of Awer the Frenoh.m prohibition, however, does not annly to tho liquid into the inhaler and breatho V aduuu county oubiect to tin actlau ef .. T was the guest of her parents in Rich o. u oi. Lexington, jua. unanea ate!, Mr. J. W. Parrish, of Woodford, sold womcn-whparty. is Chestnut Stallion . aro divorced or those who it in. eiL tho Lex the guest ef her sister, Mrs. Dudley mond last week. J. B. Walker, of last weok to Mr. Jonas FOR COUXTY CLBRK It is mighty pleasant to uso; it opens Will make the season of 1911 at Bob Richmond, was with bis sistor, Mrs. ington cattle kind, what is perhaps tho are separated from their husbands and We are authoilaed to announce LmRucC XrthWe. min-te- s, Walker Burnside. Thomas Rice, of finest bunch of export cattle that ever support themselves, but they aro eligi- up thoso stuffed-u- p nostrils in two House a caanmalt tor vounty Laenc H . a 1. . Walker's stable at uioson iias returnou irom a Richmond was here for tho horso shown left the bluegrass. There was 03 in all ble for appointment only as clerk. Madwon county calapot to tbe action of " and makes your head feel as clear Democratic party and their average weight was close to meath s isit to Atlanta and other Appli;ants must bo physically sound, as a bell in a short time. Monday, with a fine string of horses 1,503 lbs. They brought tho top price petals in Georgia. and male applicants must be not less Breatho IIYOMEI aud kill the catarrh Miller Lackey and Miss Ann White, of of Gc a pound. KPI'll DC BaTATlTE MUHCK, the hi Mrs. Robert Walker and children, Richmond, have been guests for several than 5 feet 4 inches in height without germs. It's tho only way to euro catarrh, To Insure a Living Colt surpent Kenublican freea the Teeth iett aioaday for Martinsville, Ind., for days of Miss Lillian Cochran. LaRue wore offer- boots or shoes, and weigh not less than It's the only way to got rid of that conLamb buyors on court-da- y Kansas district, has started a KING EMERAL CHIEF is a regis a stay of several days. 125 pounds without overcoat or hat. slant hawking, snufilingnnd. spitting. Duerson, of Richmond was bore Mon in 5 2 cents lor J uno delivery and .. the Uouee that will enruMy aeet the t For application blanks and for full A complete HYOMEI outfit, which in tered saddlo horse and a relation to Emjars. XT. . n uiunam ina .. . son, day for the horse show with his fine cents for June and July. u. little approval of the people. He te for aboi and a hard eral Bell that sold last year as a information relative to the examination, cludes a bottlo Atwer, nave returned Irom a visit to string of horses Professor D. W. The show ring career of Edna Mae, qualific(itions,duties, salaries, vacations. rubber Docket inhaler.costs 81 at drug for $3,000, at the Mt. Sterling fair, inmg the rtue allowing ooagresemen relatives in Mu Sterling. Bridges, Misses Bottie Robinson, Susie one of the most famous saddlo horses promotions, (lc, address immediately gists overyvhere or at B. L. Middlcton's. after she won the big stake for saddle the nftat to hove their apoaohos printed Amanda Anderson, Eliza of the past two decades, likely will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darnaby. of Brashear, in the Record, that were sever delivered Lexington, spent Monday the guest of Smith and O. D. Darnold wero in Rich come to an ond during the month of U. if. Adams, Secretary, Board of If you already own a Hyomei inhaler horses. on the floor. Kentucky hss been bur you can get an extra bottlo of HYOMEI This horso should cross well with tho Mrs. Fife and family. mond Friday to visit the Normal school. July, according to a statement made Civil Service Examination. dened with rattroeoninUvoc, wbe could last week by ilatt b. Uohen, part owner Richmond, Ky. mares here, as he is a great bred one; for 10 cents. Richmond will be well represented, at of the mare, who has handled her dur- Mesdames Joe Beggsand Green Tur neiiher write aor speak and had very jj all tho stylo and action you want; a Mr. .hor career on tho tanbark. little force in Congroat, yet the printed ley will entertain this afternoon with a the annual meeting of the State Federa grand horse to harness and good under Cohon said it was the purpose of him tion of Woman's clubs, which is hold' Record thawed at usees a wonderful silver tea from four to six. self and Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes, saddle. Come and see this fellow, if effort, that was really no effort at all. Mrs. j. it. Davis will return today to ing its sessions in Louisville this week. of Danville, to show Edna Mae at the you want to breed to a high-clas- s saddle If urdock beliares hie reooliiHon wiH be her home in Campbellsville after a visit Mrs. Thomas J. Smith is Vice Presi shows at the Springfield, 111., and 1njTrtrijxnjinnnrtnruxrirtJiri rumnnnm horso. aent oi tne organisation, ana a move- Columbus, O., the latter part' of July, adopted ia tbe Uouee despite the faot te her sister, Mrs. Nannie Douglas. after which sho will be sent to the ROBERT WALKER. ment is on foot to elect hor to tho that it would oectroy one of the greatest Dr. R. J. McBryde, of Frediricsburg, Lowndes farm, near Danville, where I have some nice buggies and road assets of the obscure Congressman who a., is the guest of his son. Prof. D. C, Presidency. She is one of the most sho will likely be retired to the stud. I , , . io i r popular and efficient workers in the . prints speeches for hose oeeseapUoti McBryde, of the Model school. stun; Deen iut aaiu Willi make'the season of 1911 at my father's place, 4 miles northeast of Iivukuus state. The delegation from here is must sell. and campaign purposes. 44t4 Flam Heretofore The rainy, cool weather has greatly Ky Mr. brnest A. Cratdall, of St. Joe Mesdames Red Bouse at Eugene Walker, B. L retarded larm work ot all kinds. ISO many of the priated spoochoe have been California, is visiting his sisters, Mrs. J. Middelton, Waller Bennett, Thomas J. com has been planted i in fact far filled with paroBthotioeA remarks of bam Hagan and Miss Maude Crandall. SmiMi, B. L. Banks, and Miss Helen mers have not yet finished breaking "Colt praionged applause, " "laugh"ioud and , , . .... rains have i r joun oiana. ana emiaren are Bennett. Civic pride will be one of the ground, as tho continued Preparations aire, T This horse is black with beautiful conformation atd has proved himter." etc The new rule weuM expose greatly hindered them. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. chief topics for disoussion. The are being made for about the usual self o be a sire of saddlo colts of merit. Pleflty of action, substanco and this vaMgorious cuetoea Steve Bailey in Mercer county. organization is urging the beautifying acreage of tobacco, although somo will slylej and although handled but little, he has shown himself to be poscut tho size of thoir crops. As the Those who heard William Jennings 'J. nomas W. Guilfovle and wife, of of tho homo town, by a "clean up' sessed oLall the real qualities that go to make up a grand saddle horse. pool and the out-oplans have been Bryan at tbe Kormal Reboot last Louisville, were here last week the campaign, keeping the alleys and the abandoned for this year there is not both Repubiicane aad Demo- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sexton. back yards free from trash, tho trimming much to fear from night-ridercrats, were given new food fer thought Mrs. MADISON REX is by Rox Arbuckle, lie by Rex McDonald 33, he by Lewis ISealo and children are in of trees and various other matters that go to make up a Model city. The local in hie exprenatioa of tbe inttiative, Danville, tbe guests of hor Rex Oonmark. Rex Arbucklo's dam. Miss Richmond, was by the great Several local buyers lost money the brothers A plain Messrs. referendum and the recall. delegation are expected to tako a past two weeks on hogs, sadd! e norse, King uicuara, out oi Jenny Lynn, she by Stonewall Jack- several car John and George McRoberts. and kimple outline xA. eeaditiens that prominent 'part in tho discussion of loads were shipped that failed to bring son 73. King Richard was by Old Peavine 85. Madison Rex's dam, Mrs. E. T. Burnam and children, who are fast oomtng into praotiee in this this subject. Clydii T., was by Black Squirrel, ono of the greatest saddle horses of his more than 5 2 cents and these were great country aad the RepublieaB party have been spending most of the winter day and a producer of show winners. His second dam was by Old Tho serios of Germans givon by the purchased from Madison county farmin Denver, Col., returned home Friday. is fast adoptlag thee idfas tb; t Demiines that aro second to none. Richmond Cotillon Club, was brought ers for 50.00. Tho stock traders have This breeding shows-blooMr. Luoien Burnam, of Richmond, ocracy has stood for twe years. Presi-deu- t to a close Friday evening, by ono of the had somo lough sailing this season, but jlADISON REX is nominated in the rish saddle horse futurity stake. .Co. Taft has sees the haad writing on was over to attend Federal court last most brilliant dances ever given here. Madison county has about as game a lot MONEY DUE, when maro is parted with, or bred to other stock. the waU aad is pushing these ideas for' week and also hear William Jennings it was tne largest uerman oi tbe season as ever followed a drovo to the peas. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents. Bryan. the betterment ef the eeuatry. and lead by Miss Julia White and Mr." Airs. George Phelps was the hostess Robert Burnam. Tiiey proved them The Agony oi A Baby For every dollar purchase made at our store on or before May 13tb, a coupon Lacastbk people are beeesing a trac- hut Saturday at cards complimentary selves wonderfully clever leaders. Many Under A Skin Affliction , will-b- e line front that chvv te Lexingtoa to her sister Mrs. Mary Barrett Smith, lovely and original given, also one coupon for every dollar paid on account. tion Each coupon figures wero intro is all the more tcrriblo because it can't and it is state for RtohBed to get aad her two charming guests. entitles the holder to a chance on the machine. You must be present Saturduced and "put through" in the most tell you how it suffers. But there is re busy This oitv is the hub ef this secMrs. Dave Tevls, of Seattle, Wash. finished style. A Japanese figure, when lief at hand not only relief day, May 13, when this machine is given away as the holder of the number but a pertion of the state aad traction Hbos arrived Saturday to be hero for a visit the men donned head dresses and cues manent euro from prickly heat, rashes, called must be in the house, if not other numbers, will be called out until some should be running hi hert frem adjoin- of several weeks to her mother, Mrs. J. aad the girls carried gay parasols, was hives, eczema and all other skin affec ing oouBties. Rich oread is getting to Speed Smith. She will be vin the crowd is found who has the lucky number. the recipient very stunning and made a dosided hit tions so prevalent among infants during be the shoppy ceuue of a large num. f much aUcntion whUe hen' A carnival of flowers proved a beautiful the summor months.' you want. to If ner w resiaonts in uarrara, cstin, jaou-so- n Mr. M. will May will Berea Citizen-- . Mrs. J. W. Zaring, of pageant. Miss White and Mr. Burnam sco your baby rest easy once again and and Roekeastte oaunties. Richmond, and Mrs. B. K Kinney, of lead a march which embraced many a look of relief on its little face, just A Look to at the Federal court here Shelbyville, visited Berea College last pretty and original features, the girls apply this splendid remedy ZEMO. We wore enormous pansios and the men believe honestly and sincerely that in g Friday. the past tee days will show that Misses Eliza ZEMO you will find tho Miss Kathleen Bales and the Misses I were 6ven bontonniers. ia this state is growing in spRe Very special low cash prices will be named on all kinds of merchandise for this .cure you have or the vigilance of the government Owen and Martin, of Madison Institute betb- - Burnam, Marie Louise K&llogg, been prayiug for. Wo can tell you In month in order to get out a big number of coupons. LOW CASH PRICES officials. Thousands of dollars is spent spent the week end with Mrs. Joe Bales Drothy Perry and Master Galen White all truth that we have made thousands .on the most j)f the and thousands of parents happy 'with I were stationed at each corner stock of desirable goods ever shown in Richmond. by Cncle Sam to punish these people in the country. ' David G. Martin, of Corbin mingled room, with large baskets of flowers, this simple but sure remedy. Schloss Bros. Clothing for men'and young men, Eiderheimer, Stien & Co.'s find pay witnesses to testify. amonir friends on Countv Court Dav. f strewing the dancers path with their .And to prove our absbluto Sincerity, - clotBes for boys, Wm. Kneeland's fine shoes for men, "Queen Qualify fine The celebrated jennnctt and muleack wiH.mako the season at the same Ir you are in favor f keeping Rich- Everybody has a glad hand for Dave no blossoms. The dancers attested their wo have instructed all druggists selling place at shoes for women, Hawes Hats and Seigel Bros, fine Tailor-mad- e get busy on the 11th matter how often he comes. beautiful figure "by ZEMO, to refund the purchaser his apprecialion of this mond clean, then Suits, for ' ladies all go at our low cash prices for this the leaders. An indian money if the very first bottlo does not and I3tb and make your premises look Miss Mary Rankin, who is attending applauding 1,0 for Mule for month. American Lady Corsets, beautiful. If you permit your premises Madison institute, spent several days at figure with the introduction of toma- bring relief. Used persistently thereNotions, Dry Goods, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Oil Shades, Mattings and every to wn4& fkhy It is a sign yeu are that her home in Lancaster this week, ac- hawks was a novelty and a candle dance after ZEMO is bound to cure. article in the big store will be sold at reduced prices. Call and see the largest heueehold . amusing. way in the Mesdames 1 his Jack's reputation as a producer Isjfoo well known and his companied by Miss Moore, of the facul- - proved most ZEMO and 'ZEMO SOAP tnako tho Robert liurnam, William White, Perry most economical as well as tho open stook; of dependable merchandise ever shown in Richmond greei lands out as good arthe best, " .' cleanest QbBAX ufd Oieaa lipT'aul-sheyewj jy. K PNEYDUE when mare is parted wlty Miss Mary Frasek Hkle eatert&iacd and Roy iWhite presided at the favor and most effective treatment for effec- to other stock. orbred a lachnor the, you &?e pread of yoar the faculty ,ef Madison iBstitutelaH table which was ladea With uniQue .and lions ot tne skii. and scalp whether. oaT lovely favors. Saturday Udteaer at the heaef. infant or zrown rerson. the Util and 18 e--f May as grandfather, Mr. WHHs aisle Bear the K fThe wedding of Xiss ISeaBor . SeM hv dnurpwts ys. es the B Sift hike, GUaaHH to Mr. , Waldo BamersaKwhefMLby II. L. Perry, Ky. BUTTERICK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming ROYAL you were and making up vour summer clothes. are now show you the most' ready beautiful of spring Baking Powder Economy The manufacturers of Royal Bak- The Grand Stand Among Wide Awake Americans That's where you See Adler's Collegian Clothes every gathering of Embroideries and Laces ever brought sure to see the Flouncingboth and white look and don't forget Underwear at our new Price is ing Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder manly at work or at play easily this famous make recognized - at the sacrifice of quality. Royal Baking Powder is made from There are many reasons why you, too, should wear Adler's Collegian Clothes they offer the most :::::: Quality is OWEN McKEE pure grape cream of tartar, and the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the baking powder. est Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price, and more economical at its price than any other leavening agent, because of the superlative quality and absolute wholesomeness of the food it makes. your money ihem you get the very best style and each garment made to Really You have a choice of patterns and shades Adler's Collegian materials that no other clothes can offer And the long wear they afford the way each garment holds shape to the end makes them a real economy Tiie Richmond Climax. Prices : $15 to $25 of Other Good Makes $J0 to $J5 9 9 ' THE ROYAL n i Corner 2nd and J. 5. Stanifer, Proprietor ' jT. S. TODD 6 contractor ana j r 9 Commencement Embroidery Builder 5 . ; 9 Eva Roberts Telephone 467 Richmond, Patterns Materials g - post-offlc- 7, King Emeral Chief true to its name. lias "It ITou know what Tliis is a style tlie zing to it." 11 ... $20.00 that means. Post-offic- e, madison rex: (260S) The Promising Young 5ire RICE Oireet & ARNOLD mgii-gniu- Richmond, j-- $J500 to Insure a Living. FREE ut Wed-Beeda- r, s. PEDIGREE FREE On FREE Poa-vinel- 5. Saturday, May W. D Oldham & of the wonderful 13, at 2:30 P. M. d "The 'Free1' Sewing Machines will give away absolutely free one moon-sliinin- DOCK D. Jennet Co(ts. $20 Jack Colts; $ If C. Eader, a factory expert, be here on 13th, and give county should be present up-to-da- te and Jv FAREtlS McCHORD, Red House, W. D. Oldham & Company The Imperial Double Disc Harrow r e Richmond Climax. pcEUSREa IT . IS BETTER TO INSuSE YOUR HOUSE JYITH - mm weheku it - THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO - (Incorporated.) D. R. "We Fr eeman w Sle A. . Miller Pres. and Mgr? B. White o K. Vaught Mtmbtr ei KENTUCKY PHESSj. eecy.reas. - x AT ONCE Editor have just received our last car of Implements up-to-da- te Farm THA2TXO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD Constipation brinirs manv ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular, madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subjeot. Constipation is a very simple tiling', dui liKe many simple things. It may lead to serious consequences. Na-- 1 turo often needs a little assistance aad whon Chamborlain's Tablots aro girm1 at the first indication, much distreea and suffering may bo avoided. Sold fey btooKton A: son. ASSOCIATIOIt and EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEA6UE. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows 1911 ?BICE 1 $1.00 PEB YEAB IN ADVANCE DNESDAY MAY 3 I - - . FtaUbte Pimm, Floxtbie Foretruck, Interlocking Hubs, Scalloped Blades . Double Lews, Hard Wood Roaring Steel Standards, Double Braced Gratno forward ociions cut the froanp and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and throw it liaok Jnco oruriMl position. lUenowxl u leveled Mid pulverized JUid iett in periect conuition lor seeuwg. r the ftekl with an Imperial Doable Disc does as much work as twice over with a single disk and does it f. An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or c ihonaphlv. The time aad expense of disking is reduced An Imperial Double Disc of tho same width of out only n feet cat is generally need wKH three horses. TfcoMviofof hor prwr is accomplished First, by tho lean of Uie machine. The double of the horrowi, ene attached to and immediately following the other, requires much less than the cr of t wo separate harrows -one-halrc-fo-ur. Spray Your Trees, Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cul tivators, J. I. Case and Black Hatvk Corn Planters, Tornado and Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Presses, Deering Mowers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude baker Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. From the. Basement to the Roof We carry in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds tt Douglas, Sum S & Deathera """"l f- -A V Iff i'M I 1i ENAMELED SINK with 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 "StatKiaxd" Enameled Sink installed by us will give years of satisfactory service. Each fixture bears the manufacturers five-yeguarantee label a positive assurance of durability and quality. ar A PORCELAIN Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co. Telephone 270 1 Good Quality Tobacco Canvas at 2 I 1 -- 3 c per yard to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and licit the Grocery & Meat Market so- Have Moved My A. Dobrowsky J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate fruy. worthy of tho name, spray your treat just in iur mo uiussuui iu.ii, Tjio coddling moth is tho greatest cnotny of tho apple in this section. Thd moth hatches about tho time the treoj sheds its bloom. It then lays about 400! eggs on the blossom end of tho youlig apple. If you can spray your wash into trco! with tho whwh there has been placed somo arsijiato of lead bofore tho young larva has eaten into the apple, it will get sotriB of the poison and die, leaving the apple perfect. To mako this spray, tako 20 pounds of inslaked lime with 15 pounds of sulphur and after pouring in enough wattT to slake the lime, boil for threo bouts. This will need water from time to time to keop it from boiling dry. After being properly boiled, you can add onough water to make SO. gallons, This1 will bo enough to spray from 50 to 100 trees according to sizo. It will now ao necossary for you to dissolve about 3 pounds of the arslnate of lead in the fifty of liquid. The spray is now a compound ono and will je effectivo for funguos diseases scald insects, plant lice, coddling moth. plum curculio, and a variety of other things. To securo the best results, you should give your trees tho second and third sprays, Thisse should be jrivon at .intervals of ihree!weoks from tho first sprays but the mixture should bo diluted to 150 gallocs for applos, 175 trallons for peaches, pears, blums and cherries, The arsinate of lead should be the same mis weakor solution is used to spray after the leaves come out so as not to injur the foliage. It will do even better' if 5 pound moro slaked lime be dissolt odn it. If your peach trees failed to ripen their fruit last fall but simply dried up on tho tree, you will likely find scale insects working on your trees. In this case thoy should bo sprayed at once with the strong solution of If you find several dead limbs about your poach trees, evamine the body of the tree from one to two inches under the ground and you will find peach )orors. Thoir presonco is usually made known by exudations of gum in the tretis trying to protect itself. Cut them out or mako a tronch around the tree and pour a gallon cf boiling hot water, into this tronch. If theso direc tions ate carefully carried out it will increase your prospects for good fruit from C(l per cent to 85 per cent. G. D.'SMITH. lime-sulphlime-sulph- If you aro expecting to havo any D. B. Shackelford & Co. Telephone 33 a Its poor policy to wait until! you have to begin thinking about insHraiwa. Do it now. We write tho best policies Dan H. Breok. Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonlo. cures Qro t- -f IM-ll-- Todd-Edwar- Lumber Co. C8r"f Mfl 5 'A"& Phone 1 00 ll Richmond, K Mr Farmer. Make your home as modem for your family as a city rei dence and place yourselt in a position to get tli6 latest market quotations . any time. This car be accomplished by means of our telephone service, who vou and your neighbor can cat for a sum that is small compared with the ben fits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Eggs For Sale. Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special ".frarinera .Line rato If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately From my Sinjjle Comb Brown Lejr- merest you, uur unea cover ma oiaios 01 .neniucicv. Tennessee, uiiBsitsipp' horns, $1 per setting of 15 oggs, or 40 p uisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. ror 82. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated eggs Turkeys AlsoS.breeder or Bourbon Red C. Buff Orpington, and and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a mutter of correspondence. ilfs. Wallace Gilbert. m3 2mo R, D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. Rural Telephones Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Whon fed as a preventative it not only keeps them, healthy, but makes them lay. Priee 50o No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stookton & Son. Try it under tho guarantee. Ask for 40-5booklet on diseases of poultry. Lim-bornco- k. New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep full supply always of Choice Staple and No. 35. Fancy-Grocerie- s Why Suffer ? &re you one of the thousands of women wKo suffer from female ailments 1 If so, don't be discour aged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions tor use. During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy tor pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contains no harmful ingredients and can be depend-- j ed on in almost any case. A Reliable Medicine-NNarcotic. ot a Mrs. F. JTarti, St. Joe, Michigan, says "Our little boycontracted a severe bronchial trouble and as the doe tor's medi cine did not cure him. I "are him Foley' Honey and Tar Compound In which I have great faith. It cured the cough as well as the choking and gagging spells, and he got well in a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound hug many times saved us much trouble and weare never without it in the house." The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by Stockton & Son. Phoae us your orders for quick dettvary, The smallest order gets our closest attention as well as the largest. Remember we sell Field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Street CARD It Will Help Yon !!Ir3. Successor to Tate Jt Son For Sale. J34 I have a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a depot wagon, carry four or five people. It has both summer and winter side doors, pole and shafts. I also have a set of hand made carriage harness and a large gentle harness horse all of which I will sell worth tho money. Dr. Clarence H. Vaught. Dan H. Brock, life, fire and accident insurance. tf Am thoroughly prepared to do all kinds of fly screen, work at lowest pric- os. Leave call at Douglas, Simmons & Deatherago. 42 3m R. A. Barlow. diaries Brainr, of Sweetser, Ind., tried Cardui. SHc writes: "Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me. Before I began taking Cardui I .could not do a day's work. I would work awhile and lie down. medicine." y.Ty uaraui. Going- - I shall always to Build? give praise-- to your AT ALL DRUG STORES My Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the ' most fastidious people is complete & Son. In case of rheumatism refief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamber lain s Liniment. For bale by Stockton Lumt EMTQMKTO! Near L & A. Depot Incorporated IF SO, LET U5 FIGURE YOUR Aent Cheapest accident insurance Dr, Thomair Electric Oil. Stops the pain and hells tho wound. All druggists oils itj patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My Oldham Building Of Much Importance. The Itlue Grass Baso Ball League has already, taken a position in the front rank of the minor leagues. The metro politan daily papers which heretofore have contained only short general ac counts of the games have ordered their local correspondents to send tho full box scora this season. By this the big league magnates can keop a line on each player every day. Tho r6cruits from thi Bluo Grass Lcaguo to tho bir Associations comparo very favorably with thojie from any other minor league In tho whole country. Richmond, Ky Why Nicholasville Voted Wet, 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 ::::::: - son's eggs, Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. I have fir sale in any quantity Thompstrain Barred Plymouth Rock price 31. for 15 eggs. Estimates LIl COMPANY furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller, moh Richmond, Ky ance. "W Telephone 425 Fire, Life, Aoeident and Health Insur The yery best old line Companie m. S. Broaddus. Agt. t--f, Yours for Fresh Goods Irvine Street Clim ax & Telephone 39 Climax Best Job Printing The "We Farmer Uses The Best Implements Up-to-da- ie w Plo have the latest improved and the farmers are rapidly discarding' the old ones for the New Improved Wm. J. Oliver with a guarauteeagainst breakage of frog and a point and a landslide that is independent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented TAYLOR & OLDHAM Watch Repairing specialty to wMeb we give special miob. No matter hew meh or bow ' ? the watoh Is defective or damaged " .ako particular prWe la the the timopicee wffl be as gped as jeuer than It wfcea sew; We do Jeiry repairing and remodeling in the r way i a Kdilor Climax: Having labored some days ami nights in the local option campaign at Nioholasvillo whioh resulted in a wot victory, (08 majority) on Friday last, I feel competent to explain why the city voted wrong. 1. All county officials except County Clerk, Coroner and Jailer, openly or secretly for saloons. i. All mty officials oxcopt Mayor Steele, openly for saloons. 8. All Policemen for saloons. 4. 95 per cent of the negro. votors horded like cattle by politicians and How to Tell if. Your Hair Is . two renogade colored ministers, voted Diseased. for whiskey. 6. County politics mixed up with local option causing division along lines Even i you have a luxuriant head of of "offices." hair C. llotten police system, allowing is you ;may want to know whether it in a healthy condition or not. 93 per colored settlement to be infested by blind tigers Tor oxpross purpose of dis- cent, of tie people need a hair tonic. lairoutof your head; if the gusting tetter clement of both black bulb at tf e end of the root is white and and white race. Thus, tho fair city of 3JIcholasvi.Uo shrunken; it proves that the hair is diwas helpless in the clutches of its worst seased, at.d requires prompt treatment If tho element, under control of the police if US loss; would be avoided. and practically the entire County and bulb is piiik and full, tho hair is healthy. We war, t every one whoso hair re CHy official household! The" country people saw their county officials play quires trtatment to try Rexall "93" into the hands of their enemy, while Hair Tonc. We promise that not cost tho city folks wore crushed between anything fi it does not give satisfactory two millstones: And yet with all the results. It Is designed to overcomo dan maohinery and tho venal voters against druff, relihvo scalp irritation, to stimulate tho hjdr roots, tighten the hair al them, the wets won by only 08. The local option forces spent not a ready in the head, grow hair and curd cont for votes. God alone knows what baldness. ! It is. jb (cause of what Rexall "93" it cost the others to win their victory, which was immediately converted into HairTonh has done and our sincere faith in itj goodness want vou a uuieai oy mo Huang or a negro man to try'it a), our risk. that wo sizes; 50c. Two by another, both wots, while celebratand $1.00. Sold only at our stofc The . Perry's Drug Store. ing the Victory. Furthermore, the Rexall sto)-eelection was immediately contested on For Sale. two grounds, viz: That this election Lot in j Burnamwood 70x170 feet. was illegal because it was held within , R. K. STONET three years since tho last one; and also. Appl" tf Because Nicholasville, having less than Lggs For Sale. 8000 inhabitants, is not lesallv a I" have "Fourth Class City." or salo 3rown Leghorn and Tho county of Jessamine is aroused Barred Plj mounth Rock eggs. Setting as never before over tho official conni- 15 eggs, $ , lso fow pairs beautiful vance with tho liquor forces and float and popular African geese, $10 per pair. ing element that has resulted in this I am alsd agent for the celebrated tomporary defeat of local option. How- Cyphers Injiubators, brooders and Poulever, tho result will have a salutary try appliances foods and supplies. Tel effect, it was freely predicted in ephone 5 rijjg 3, "Waco, Ky. . crystalizing the outraged sentiment of Clafkgtice, the better oliment of all narties intn n " set determination to clean out tho official R7D.2Tp. 3, " nousenoia irom their State Senator on .Richmond. Kv. uuh u mo nne. W.L.LEEDS Third "Don't let tho baby sufferf rom eoaema. sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, oures quickly. Porfectly safe for children. AH druggists sells it. Th e Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new Street Richmond, Ky Try li Free A Reader Gures His Gonsfipalion Make This Test ! Simple way for any family to retain the good health of all its members The editors of "Health Hints" and 'Questions and Answers" have one question that is put to them more often than any other, and which strangely enough, they find the most aimcuit to answer, mat is flow can I cure my constipation?" Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist in diseases of the stomach, liver and bowels, has looked the whole field over, has practised the specialty for forty years and is convinced that the ingredients contained in what is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has the best claim to attcntiorWrom Wo now have stock"from some of the best blood lines in America and are giving better bargains than ever bofore in eggs from choice matings' 82 per 15. Freo ranga flock SI per 15; Colored Muscovy duck eggs $1 per 11. Orders taken for baby chicks, satisfaction guaranteed Phone-Waco, Standard Bred R. s I. Reds. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store 5--2 MrsRCCoomer Speedwell, Ky cathartics and such things. Syrup Pepsin, by training the stomach and When a medioine must bo given to bowel muscles to azain do their work naturally, and with its tonic ingredi young children it should be pleasant to ents strengthening the nerves, brings s about a lasting cure Among its take. Chamberlain Cough Remedy is strongest supporters are Mr. John mado from loaf sugar, and the roots Graveline of 98 Milwaukee Ave., Dc used in its preparation gives it a flavor troit, Mich., and Mr. J. A. Vernon of similar to maplo syrup, making it pleasOklahoma City. Thousands of others ant to tako. It has nosuperior of both sexes have written to Dr. croup and whooping cough. Forfor colds Salo by Caldwell felling of gratifying results It can be obtained of any druggist ai Stockton & Son. fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or if you want to try it first a free sample bottle can be obtained by writing constipated people. the doctor. Its success in the cure of stubborn For the free sample address Dr. W. constipation has done mneh to dis u. uaidweii. 4Ui Caldwell building, place the use of salts, waters, strong Aioniiceno, in, For Salo by STOCKTON'S DRUG SToKE 5t Opposite Elder's. We ar headquarters for 5, W aad 35 cost goods. For 5 eeats you can bay away items that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 ceattyoHget values worth up to a quarter. We have evorythfeg fa Bnaraokd Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes. CHtlory, etc., and every price marked in plain Hgaras. Buy your hounohoW goods here aad SAVE MONEY 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street McCann Building Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to "Wear Guaranteed- - not to Ready to wearjoods are arriving" daily. - Ladies'. - , -- Ele- - , ganfc . styles. Respectfully H- 3 KMts. J. ;New Rp3few g Shrink or Fade f, Gibson-Buildin- Main Street 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes, from smallest boy to largest . CLARENCE E. WOODS. . Administrator's Notice. Newest stock in city , to select from man t iris; Test t us with some piece you cannot now iuse 4 HAM BTEEfcf RICHMOND, iSNTUOKr All pcrsojU having claims against the parties bavinir claims nirninst estate of HBen Todd, deceased, will AH Paulino R. Harris, deceased, arc re- please presel St .thom to me properly veri- quested to file same properly verified fled accordli u law, on or before July as.requircd by law, to the undorsigned 1, 1011, orsl ewill bo barred. Mecuior, on or oeioro July 1st, 191L Tf IT nrVD'Crai' tr Also all parties indebted to the .de L Administrator of Ellen Todd. ceased, Pauline R. Harris, either by note or account are requested to call teal Estate. and settle samo with the undersigned. Otr W. S. liroaddns. Executor. All person fdwlring either to sell or purchase lai Bl or other property or to For Rent make rentals pf same will find it to their Office room's, Bright building, apply interest to piHce the same with e as'I' to Dr. J. G. Besiey. These are new am a memfcejof the National 45--1 1 zooms. , r tiw Kealty ipo., of a Plash caught leave Ui's; ' - 4itf rPf iff M jdersearly. aueiioaw wfy be ftwtired OAl oo Cwvisftoa Tt$ig for gro we At ay roltawe, Xo. 408 Third 64om. xm will save 19 oete on. every Richmond, Xj 8. E. Septt. V: dollar. u Ptf Teleph pne 43-4- Notice to Creditors. My idea of real anger is when a woman has been dealing with oae grocery for a long time and paying cash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying less for the same. Better join me in a few visits to a place where prices are lowest and no Betsy's Pointers 1 BBSS.' - and Furnishing Goods, Suit Gates, Trunks, UnWella, etc., at lowest price for k class (pods. Flats Fine Line New Style Wai&with Tit--C- Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing 62 " 1L . Ooera Houao BuiLdinsr J. B. Stouffer Ohfcrt Irtijiyitdl Uothhund Tatiattac House c V. 1 v 3 . mi Mi i in iii 'in1 to ' iWi1 "mi m in ill mm m nn ill 111 iwmi hi ii pi i mm nnimi h i ii m mm w im win in mm a ii i i i i , sr- - ." mtm mmm mWM B - . , '- . - v.. 1 - ..." ' . 'r-i-- - s. ."'?; . d - ;,x " ' v.u - . . - - 'v' ;. i. , - ' - - ..- - . - - ' , " ' -- 'y "V ; , , . -- . j .- - ' ' 1 - r ... f - , . - u. - V - , .".JrV - - ..." . x '" , ,V - - , - v t.."-- ' ' - tL . - , ' v V. I ,'.. X" . "' ' ' "Qt r- " . : . - , . , "t. , " r' ' '- - - "' v , hr. " . ( .. --s" - - ' --- -- - 2 - ' 1 I aah VVTien All sowattung . You B " a LaaMna-mpaMaoama- is nmnramrojny-nnanrmmj- o il Mni-irtii- i mi in iinaamaaamaamaafromaaoem - aaaaaaaaaaaafcatmaaaaafcaaaaU 1 -- m mTTnm mT " ""T" '" MaMaaMaaaaaaaaaTamaag"aa?OJaaanF 511" J aL .JaaaaawJ,aaV.n 3D Young12 Men of Style Wear Kenton Suits are shown each jrear that will make your :i rae more comfortable. It is difficult for most .f us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will e surprised, though, how rapidly your u me becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every Kenton Suits , Of All The Stores In r Richmond Only Two Sell spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-tcnDa- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Rad3T for your selection now. in models especially adapted to young men. The coats have broad, perfectly form- the ed athletic shoulders collars and lapels are fashioned in the latest New York styles the skirts drape with a graceful swing that belongs only to high class Linen Collars This may sound strange, but for yourself. workmanship. True, as you may readily prove Linen Collars are always plainly stamped "Linen;" Cotton it. is EMEU and HIGGIIS The trousers have char- acter and style all their own UNDERTAKING upright Piano for sale at bargain Business Office Normal School. me to Owen McKee, Richmond ror dry goods and notions. Others tx d why Mt yoa. Smokej;, That good ice cream JOc 5c at Ricci's tf See Sexton before you got that new shoe. - A. Sheila, agwt for Hurst Sacks furnished for your wool. Get Insurance On. Write me or phone thorn at Deuglas, Deatherage & Sim-sea- t. 151 ring t. Union City. Ky. Elmer Deatherage. 4t .. are going to have a party have They're :,ake your brick cream in that Straw hats have made their appear- tf manner. e en aooount of the sunny weather. .wae man carries both life and Evm the raon have pulled out the last Dan II. Brock has sammor s hat and tried to rush the durance. t- -f jkjIicv season, which has certainly been a de layed one. m need of Btacksmithmg in any itnches, Farming Implements, Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W urriages. Wagons, Rnbhor Breaddus & Co. 44tf L. i prioec from K. E. XiHor, New Firm. t-v Ky. Allman As Pigg, the new meat market of those Juicy steaks from and grocery firm, successors to TV. H. . Phone 1S5. Douglas, are fixing up their new store oe Main streot. Both men are well For 5ale. known and should command a good -- ood fertile land, near share of the public patronage. to 11. C. Moore, WhhMwB. Out Drop in and see the superior Fit of a Kenton Suit look over our splendid showing of newest shades oi 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 reasonalbly priced: 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 Collars ft because they are linen. Linen wears better than cotton, looks better launders better and shrinks less. Linen is the quality you are entitled 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 $15.00, 16.50,. 18.00, 20.00,.22.50, $2500 Other Good Suits $10.00 to ?J2.50 1 2 for 25 cents L Beautiful. Under the careful and artistic eye of Ground Keeper Reeves, the Base ball I'll one ltf. park has been put in excellent shape For Sale. and the grounds are as smooth as a . ued, high giMe Upright table. lie is equal to the great Matty vum. if soM at oneo; ens or Sohwah, the custodian at the Cincin Address K. I. Jt, or of nati base bait park. t Call 125 and let Culton sond you one of hte appetizing rib roasts. - liisuraaoaAcatwr wrftasall meat market gfrros prompt 44-8- Covington & Oaantcs THE STORE FOR QUALITY i . . BRYAN Captivates a Large Audience Here Last Wednesday In Normal Chapel. TBafgdaBBBBBafli Opening Game Of the Blue&rass league Richmond to be next Wedneseay. j Commercial Club A very Couldn't Wait happy culmination of a love affair took piaee on the L & A train Saturday afternoon earoate to this city from Irvine. Dan Corey, chief of peliee at Irvine and Mteg Susie Harm, were en route to this oky to wed having secured license at the Estill capital before leaving. When just out of Panola, the groom discovered a minister en board, the Rev. Parsons, who was to one of his eMatges in Uus county. He proposed the marriage right there, so as to tend a small hit at romance to the wedding; and tlie charming bride accepted. OsnJuctsu Bob Harris and part e the crew witnessed the ceremony together with many passengers, and tile bride ami groom were kept busy receiving congratulations nntil lUebmcsMt was reached, where they left the train and re mained with relntives until Monday. ea-ro- 4fttf Stockholders' Meeting. The annual meeting, of the stockhold ers of the Riohmond Water & Light Company will be held at the office of Ii.urance Jafleaoy will bond WlctllUtJU dllU WUUUUN. - Solves Problem of Rheumatism Hew Remedy Produces Startling Be-stilts With Every Perm and Condition cf Rheumatism. Has Features Unknown Heretofore ia Any RhwiTnathni Treatsieat. "I can actually feel the rheamatlom aelntr driven oat of my body," ie the friiteBt statement made by rheumatism sufferers who have experienced the unique, delightful effects ot the re. markable remedy -I After 30 years of exhaustive tests; during which It has cured permanent IX in a few weeks terrific chronic cases -- Rtf oi to Stop Drinking OH tfe company in Richmond, Ky., on Wednesday, May 10th, 1911, at Ten William Jennings Bryan, the great o'clock a. m. r T,et whea we aek yen to try 45t8 R. K. Tonr.ET, Secretary. Commoner, in tho front lino of great r expense. W will site mer of this world, was in Richmond if :iii-- i trial you fail to get re- sausage KI This is a vary pcBcreun N. ;re aaamotaersaf those beCulton's link some of is as good as can Wednesday to deliver an address under it. made. Try i u,e the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. of tho te try the ment. It also above earceafi-t- Normal school. Three times defeated la Waco Lodge. .f ORRIKS. ORRIXE e in t mad auiat aaceeesfal rem-- i Presidency, and his political - ever known far lraVun of Kentucky Masons, for the Grand Master a JLu..r Habit. It Ka Ty aia-i..- n Robert R. Burnam, went to Waco a few views fought by tho moneyed interests t rirea la the heme wttfa- country by every means of legisof date J ram business, ana days Ju ago, where he conferred the of this lation, he is still the idol of the great Ma. 1, Master's Dogree. This lodge lias dis i.i red ia two farms, common people, and the leader of Dem, . i. dr. awtu ti vm wreHy ia feed er drink. Unction of which it is eminently proud. ocracy. As a moulder of public opinion ; ii pill forat, is for those who Robert Morris, one of the great men of p ...'unary treatwat. ORRINE he easily stands at the head of any man ... b. r. TritelorPreeORRINB signed the Charter and Kentucky, in this country at the present time. i a plaia sealed eavelepe) to id Oinoe BaiMiae, 'Wastitegtsa, Greea Clay Smith was tho first Master Those who heard him speak, whether ; L, i$ jccoacaaBaed and for sale by ot the lodge. It is in a flourishing con in accord with his views or not, must - DUL'U STORE dition. admit he is one who belongs in the Wear M & K low shoes, they are coming century. best, Soxton has thom. He was given a rousing reception up on his arrival here from Borea, where In the Wake of the Measles. he spoke in the morning at the college. Every Night The little son of Mrs. O. B. Palmer, A large body of citizens met him at the v. Little Rook, Ark., had the measles. depot in automobiles and escorted him x The result was a severe cough which to the Normal school, whero a short m- aw .grew worso and was so severe he could formal'rcception was hold. The house not sleep. She says: "One bottle of was crowded long before the appointed TrrJlT2mf jP f Foley's Honey and Tar Compound com- hour, and many stood in the halls. pletely cured him and he has never been Mr. Bryan was introduced by Senator bothered since." Croup, whooping McCreary, who paid him a glowing tri cough, measles cough all yield to Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The bute, as a.leader of men, a thinker of genuine is in the yellow package. Re- wonderful ability on questions of na fuse any substitute. tional importance and a Christian genStockton & Son. tleman. When he arose to speak, the All kinds tf building material, quick applause became deafening and he was delivery. W. W. Broaddus & Co. 44 tf forced to Bignal for quiet before being able to proceed. For Garrett His speech lasted two hours and for county would Republicans of Madison Ioj 1 Be More the first part he .spoke along tho lines of like to see Green Garrett, of Winchester Y. M. C. A. work, the great good it was Uie next Railroad Commissioner, if a tzi Well Pleased doinc in the different countries of the Republican is still to remain in this ,.r moving picture and re- world where he had visited and the ef oStoe, and they accordingly endorsed fect of morality upon tho young men of entertainment. udeville this gentleman's candidacy at the con- the country who must soon lake hold si picturos, the cleverest pervention held here last Saturday to send r make up the programme, of the nation's welfare. delegates to Paris, where a nomination minutes of his The last forty-fiv- e changed every will be made today. The meeting here speech was given over to a discussion 3ur Irloving Pictures was harmonious and it was a distinctly of the political outlook and he was giv Garrett crowd. Mr. Waller Bennett en close hearing by members of all tad Refined Vaudeville a was chosen chairman and Mr. D. P. narties. as he showed plainly what a ht to be seen by nonee Buck, seorotary. iiesolutions were great era ot reform was fast approach. i.dren. So objeoUeadUe read endorsing Mr. Garrett and naming ing. After his address here he left on arc permitted. Judge A. R. Burnam, C. C. W allace, the'5 o'clock train for Winchester, Speed Taylor and L. P. Adams as dele- where he spoke at night. Tvd Shows Every Night gates. There seems to be a determina- : 15. Second S 30. Sexton has Roman Sandals. tion'.o get rid of A. T.Siler, on rcc uit of having the office so long. A. W his ViMal UiWUiVA Encouraging for Prosperous Club. Jr BE? ,H -- -- ERA HOUSE Edna Giunchigliani with Lyric Quartet, Normal Chapel, May 9th Miss Assistcdjy Miss Norma Ilark, Soprano Miss Alma Beck, Contralto Mr. W. T. Adams, Basso Mr. Jas. A. Panther, Tenor Admission 50 cents. Students 33 cents - - t WELL For Rent Rice. - sf. O Westminster Chimes House on Fourth and WoodTawn Ave. Tho news of the untimely death of Will bo vacant July 1st. Now occupied Edward Rico was received by his many by Robert Salleo- friends nil over the country with much Mrs. Alice Lam mors. 4t regret. Mr. llico had been in poor health for sometime and it is this cause Cash for wool, Gott Bros. tf. that is assigned for his taking his own years of age life. He was forty-seve- n Supper. and was long a resident of this county The Ladios of the Baptist church will He was a son of the late Fount Rice, give a strawberry supper tho first week one of Madison county's well known t in May. Wjitch for the date. citizens and an undo of Z. T. Rico, of this 'city. 'Funeral services wore con Fair Meeting. ducted at the home of Fount Rice, Jr., All Stock holders of tho Madison Co. in the country by Dr. Marshall, of the Fair Association and all others interest Baptist church Wednesday and inter ed are requested to meet at tho Elks ment followed in tho Richmond ceme-Club Room, Saturday afternoon, May tery' 0th at 3 o'clock to discuss the advisabi Beginning. lity of holding a Fair this year. The stale primary is just beginning J. B. Walker, Secy Uo get warm in this county and on all Wear Barry's Pup. Oxfords, Sexton sides can bo heard expressions from the has them. democratic voters as to their slate. No -ono candidate will run strong in this Big Shipment county, except Dr. Crecilius, of Fal Last week the hustling firm of Gott mouth, who has no opposition for the Bros, of this city shipped to eastern office of Secretary of State. On account markets eigt t car loads of eggs making of his strong fight for the tobacco grow2203 cases or, CST'JO dozen eggs and one ers, Dr. Crecilius will likely have no We Escaped. car load of live poultry. These ship opposition, as ho could hardly bo de a feated with The State Board of Equalization ments were jnado from the three houses legislature such record in tho state and on the stump. of Madison at Lancaster, Berca and this city, Rich nassed ud the assessment county without adding to it, as was tho mond being the headquarters. If you want now styles, in 3ov shoes case with manv other counties of this Gott Bros.will wool you and pay you Iry Soxton. section. Estill was raised. tf. for it. 43-31- Next Wednesday, tho 10th, will bo a great day in Richmond, far it is the opening of tho local season in the Blue-gras- s league. The committee in charge aro bending every effort to make it the most glorious in the history of the organization of the league. A brass band will head the parade and every citizen is urged to take Dart and help to encourage the new local organization. Winchester is the opposing team on that dato andthe Clarko capital has brought together a strong team. Most of the old players aro back and Manager Coleman claims he has tho strongest team that has ever represented the city not excepting the Voar the great Toney twirled. Manager Lewis of the Richmond team is praying against bad weather, as that is all that will retard his work. He has been putting the boys thru somo heavy work of late and is watching their moves closly so he will bo able to pick out the very strongest team possible. Hundreds of fans are out every day watching tho players practico and base ball is the all absorbing topic now. The Managers are expecting between 1,500 and 2,000 people for opening day and aro making arrangements to take care of tho crowd. Every fan in Madi son county will be present, that is For Rent House of five rooms on OrchariT St. Call at house 114 or see Miss Sallle Ward, 348 West Main street. Inspected. Sir Knight D. B. Shackolford went to Oynthiana last Friday evening, where ho inspected Cynthiana Commandery. Knights Templars as a special representative of the Grand Commander, of tho Stato. New Bridge The residents along tho Union Pike have been given a now iron bridge by the county over dreaming creek to replace one that had almost caved in with age. New bridges is ono of the chief essentials to modern roadways. . Madison Institute. Madison Institute will havo no com moncement this year, there being- no graduating class on account of tfio in novation of a higher standard of work. The closing exercises will begin Friday evening May 12th, by an entertainment given by the Primary and intermediate departments in tho institute chapel at 30. f)a Monday evening, May 15th at tho opera house a succession of sketches and drills presented by pupils of the On Tuesday evening, (May institute. 10 the annual concert will be given in the cnapei at r.M. Tho public is cordially Invited to atiend-thjsxercises at the institute. e An informal meeting of a few of IValimond's business men was held at the Climax Monday evening, looking to to the formation of a 'Commercial Club. The meeting was entirely informal, had not been advertised and was Intended only as an initial gathering to "start the ball rolling." There wera present about twenty, representing the various branches of commercial ami profess ional me. loieptione measftees ot re gret for necessary absence, but with assurances of hearty support in every way, were received. Mr. J. Halo Dean was made temporary Chairman and C. F. Higgins temporary Secretary. After some discussion indulged in by almost every ono present, "The Commercial Club" was decided upon as the name of the organization. Looking to permanent organization, Dr. W. G. Whito was nominated for President but emphatically declined insisting that he was not the man for the place. He urged that a permanent organisation be not affected at this meeting as it was simply informal, but that an adjourned meeting should be held and advertised and at that meeting a permanent organization effected. Mr. Dean was nominated for President, but holding tho same views as Dr. White that this selection should not be made at an informal meeting, declined to allow the matter to be considered. Mr. Dean as President Pro. Tern, was authorized to name a committee on organization consisting of three or five within his discretion. This being a very important committee Mr. Dean asked time for consideration. Tho Club adjourned to meet Friday evening May 5th, at the City Hall. At this meeting he will mako known his appointment of Committee and a permanent organization will be effected. Everyone interested in Richmond's welfare is earnetly urged to bo present Friday evening. Already there is im portant work in sight for the Cub to take hold of, work that needs im mediate attention and which may prove of incalculable benefit to the city and county. Although not ready to act in its official capacity, the Club requested Mr. Dean to take up the matter with the proper authorities and use his en deavor to protect our interests, which he very readily and promptly consented to do. Who can fit you with, low shoe? Sextan can. that Crossett 5ayre. Mrs. Sallie Ssjre passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Gridar on High street ai an early hour last Sunday merning after an illness of about a week. Deceased was in her eightieth year and her demise was due to the infirmities aocompaning senility. She was a native of Franklin county aad belonged to a pioneer family. The remains were taken to Frankfort Monday, where they wero interred fonqwing short funeral services. of rheumatism as easily as fresh, net? seems now destined to cases, take the place of every other treat-me- at known fer rheumatism, lumbage. -F gent aad neuralgia. haa the unique feature of producing certain symptoms which demonstrate to the suSerer that the arte aeid deposit are being surely eliminated. is absolutely free from opiates or dangerous drags, another welcome feature. Furthermore, it is guaranteed absolutely as to results. John C. Briar, of Rochester,' X." Y., aaya: did irondera for me. Inalde of SO days I vras cured of a four-yeRct. J. rheumatism. Itosers, ot AVarsarr, N'. T., sayat " Is a wonderful remedy. It cured t me In a. few necks of rheumatism I' had for Ave year-- " Buy a bottle today and be oeavineed, of Its remarkable effects. Full expta- unique, safe agd nation of n. powerful aetlen is given In every, at your druggist's at $1.00 Get a bottle. If yen are satisfied with It. as yea will be. get S bottles fer $S.90. and get rid of your afflletien. If your druggist ean net supply you. It will be sent on. receipt of price by the -I 'D-3I- -F ar 'D-M- -K ear-to" -F e. Medietas Co.. 2715 Lincoln Ave- -. IH. The first botUa will tWUTlnce every sufferer-Chl-eas- STOCKTON" & SON Race-i- n Brock in Wa. To Ida May. TUBULAR BELL CHIME He Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece, I. zulai chime, and an article of furniture for omce, or institution, appeals alike to C , refinement, and musical taste. The pr?--- Jt movement insures correctness of time; rslid oak or mahogany case, with classic conforms to good taste; and the mekv tibuj tubular chimes, sounding the hours and after the peals of Whittington or Mr. Shearer Eads, who has .been con New Schedule. Miss Wells Wins. by the Richmond Register, Miss Louella Wolls, the.bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wells, was successful and the little Miss drove the ponv and cart off in true childish glee, when sho was notified Monday afternoon that sho was the winner. j Claycomb. tr w nected with the firm of W. W. Braddus & Co., will leave the latter part of the week for Ida Mav. lee county, where he has accepted a position with the Big Hill Coal Co., as general time keeper. Mr. Thomas Wells, who has held this place, has been promoted to a traveling position for the company. Mr. Eads a hustler and has shown himself b3 a capable young man. eminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour. The firry styles give ample ie m design, size, and price, all showing the noon's phases in the dial arch. We are 13 agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated cat- on request. Gifts by Mafl. Yoa can purchase g2ts Diamonds, Sterling Silver. Sheffield Plate, Sold and Stiver Jewelry, Mantel Clocks, Etc, -h our Correspondence Departmeatat derate prices. Correspondence soficked. SrersmjUu Goliwitfca Jewelers Ricci's Ice cream is delicious. Every' one talks about it. Any flavor mado wool. .tf to order and delivered promptly. Oyiithla Claycomb, who has been spending tho past six months with her daughter liere, Mrs. William Gilson, on Fourth jjtreet passed away last Saturday - after a weeks illness of Sho was In tho Seventy pneumonia. sixth year d! her age. The remains were taken tt New Albany, Ind., for interment after short funeral services at the Gil on homo by Rev. E. B. Barnes. See Gott Bros, before selling your Mrs. tf, Popular Man. William Jennings Bryan was forced to divide honors of a triumphal entry into the city last Wednesday afternoon with "Pap" Whltaker, the popular left 11 Post Office to Close. Sundav, May 7, ' ihe Frank Herschede Co. If... t1 wKneao pmimnc. . a. tt r rwna n?vwt miv .a a. $75 to $750 t Oft m tU Tflinnfl T7CO Vlfl !.1J. Whitaker was due in on tho five O'clock train from Tils home in Tennessee, where he has been wintering, the same train that the distinguished politician "When was to take for Winchester. the ball player alighted, Bryan was farreUan Mel a laoBstrsus crowd ratherad 'jwwai "Pan" to welcome him tho Post Beginning Office will ,be closed every Sunday, Mall for Iran ent public may be had by calling for It )etween tho hours of i P. M. and 1:30 B M. Those having lock- course get their mail at cd boxes can rills is done in order to any .time, give tho Posh fUee employees one day7 of rest. Posfl aster Wallace isayS he nsidered Ihe matter and hc carefully he finds thU arrangement wjll incon- venience but ery few, parlieally-none- . Beginning last Sunday a new railroad lias inaugurated schedule on its L & A division, which means a great convenience to itichmonu and Madison county people in reaching points in Central Kentucky and Louis vlllo without having to go by Winchester or Paris and make tiresome waits. By the new schedule trains are now operating between Bcattyvillo and Louisville thru Versailles and Frank fort. Tho new connecting line between those two towns has .been finished and the first trains wero operated last Sun. day. A now train on this routo which will ba greatly used by peoplo Id, this section, will leave Bealtyville at fl A M. arriving in Richmond at 750, Frank fort at 9:00 A. M. reaching Louisvillo at Leaving Louisville at 12 O'clock. P. M. it will arrive In Richmond at 0:55. It wilkwttlt here until after the Cincin nati accmmodatlon at 7:20, reaohing Beatty viHe at Q:45? tho L & N In tho pony contest, held Spring Styles in Ready-Goods. Call and take a look. to-we- Latest ar Federal Court If ABO CORSETS The April term of the Federal court will come to a close tomorrow, after a ten days session. The government business was disposed of last Friday evenShanks to Run. ing and the civil business was taken up Monday. Tho case Hon. William H. Shanks, for two Parks, Adm., against of Elizabeth B. John Robinson, terms Lincoln counl'y representative MrsJsM Barlow another cotaata ia this issne Mr. S. Brock, el Newby. announces candidacy for Sofaool Superintendent Madison county. The Brook family have always been Democrats and are al ways found at the polb when votes are needed for party s hoc ess. Not one of the family has ever-- asked for or hht hokl otSea. Mr. ffm. S. Breik now asks the support of the party. He was beta and roared is this county, is a man ia the vigor of life, well educated and has spent his life ia ednoatioaal work, having taught ia the ssaools of Madkea county fer about fifteen years. If eleat. ed he will bo a faithful ocer ami (be important duty of "teaching the yoag: idea how to shoot" will be in safe hands. Highest Bros, jsh (0 tta City fe the oi mi, price for wool Gott if. in tho lower house of the General As sembly in this issue authorize the In tenor Journal to make lormal announcement of his candidacy for the democratic nomination for up6n his record in Mr. Shanks-stand- s the past two sessions and will go before the legislature, if elected, as a candidate for tho speakership, and believes that he catfba elected. He was a contending caadidate for ithe exalted position Adding to at the organization of the last session, Mr. Jo4 Oldham Is- - building an ad bat withdrewTfi the interest of harmony. dition to! life hancbe'me country resi Mr. SHsbKs is very popular here, chiefe being a Madi- dence about two miles, from the. city on ly ola aoeotiBt of son. county girl and hie success is hoped the Irving road. He will ateo erwt for, olerp socW bare. and Lucy Maupin against same, occupied tho court Mon day. These suits grew out of the collapsing of a tier of circus seats. Tho plaintiffs ask $10.-00- 0 in each case; There "were thirty-on- e convictions in moonshine cases. riright and Clean 3 1 Floors The only orb. WhatFoley Kidney Pills Will do Ibr'you. Foley Kidney Pills aro a true medi cine They are healing, strengthening, antiseptie and tonic Felev Kidnev Pills take hold of your system and help you to tH yourself oL your dragging DacK&cne, ami neaoacue, nervous, lm paired eyesight, and of all the miser able feelings that result ftMH the impaired action of your kMnavs and bladder. Remember it k Feiey KMney mis uim oe tow ioc you. Stocksioo & Son It is so easy aad so iaexpensive to keep any kind of finished, Hoot surface as bright and clean, as aew if you occasionally rah it ovir wka tiartdttentr IrVnVlflrWV mat deaasmipeife raftta that Mat success fall it 1yis-,- i J ilium n iianut iajwrnt rn'iT'ny his-wif- U L. rWY Scott's Emulsion MESSING is a wonderful for all ages of mankind. It will make the delicate,sickly baby strong and well will, give the food-medi-ci- he A SHI A&MlftflFlrl THE MAl!NQ. A Man-of-w- ar Wears More Than Suit of Clothes. One INNER AND OUTER 'GARMEN s. 'j pale, anemic girl rosy cheeks and rich, red blood. It will put flesh on the bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and will keep the aged man Besides Its Coat of Armor Plate It Has a Special Set of Underclothes to Pjo-tethe Vital Parts of Its Anatoiiy. Mineral Wool Mufflers. or woman in condition to resist coldsor pneumonia Battleships wear coats of stout j armor plate, as everybody knows, jiut everybody "docs not know that ticy wear undergarments which ore produced chiefly from cocoanuts. xjiur r Is reallj a most powerful very delicate object and requires special underclothing so that soine vital parts of Its anatomy may not become too cold and so that other equally vital portions may not become loo man-of-wa- inlhe winter. FOB SALE 137 MX DntJQGISTS E?nd KSc. sane e paper and tljU fcd. for oar beautiful Baitust foiOc S4 Child's Sketch-Bool- e Each tunk cecUloa a Good Luck Pennr. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pesil SL, Kew York F. Madison lodge, No. U, I. 0. O. F, had a very enjoyable sossion Monday even ing, when a number of candidates wero shewn thru, followed by s banquet and general good time. I. O. O. Eslrayed. WILLIAM ADDAMS, Candidate for Governor, favors: An Honor. 1. Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools, Mrs. Honry Cosby, of this city, better schools and better pay for the teachers in order to insure tbe hoMr of betog the only oprnpet To my place, a red bull with lew whito spot. Onvw oan liavo same by ikying for keep. Lancaster pike. Ernest Dutncr. has lady last "Wednesday to hear the MsUfetes Bryan, who voted for him .for yroltdent in 1003. Mr. and Mrs. Cosby ware than rssidonte of Caldwell, Idaho, where women vote on all questions tbe people. She. was just a few when she cast the days over iwonty-on- e bo-fo- re cr Mid sock a system of schools as will insure equal to all children. 2. Coetftutiwwl revision of the tax laws. I. AM legislation necessary to bring: the roads of Kentucky to die kigbeet state of efficiency. 4. State bank inspection. 6. Bringing the militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and froaing- same from politics. 6. Organization and between farmers as well as anting other laboring' men, whether they labor in the field, factory, stare, r wherever wage is earned. 7. Seen legislation as would improve the relation between capital and labor. 8. The strict enforcement of that portion of Article 6 of the Ganotfaitiop of the United States which reads as follows : "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust ' 9. Section of United States Senators by direct vote of the - vote. So Deceptive Many Richmond People Fail to Realize the Seriousness. a. The strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books. Democratic Primary Election, Saturday, July 1st, 191L House Cleaning Time Is Here Backache is so deceptive. ' It comes and goes keeps you guess ing. Learn the oaHse then cure it. Nine times oat of ten it comes from the kidneys. That's why Br' Doan's Kidney Pills are so effeetiWL We present the following case as proof of their merits. Mrs. Ella Bales, 190 Georgetown St., Lexisgtoa, Ky., says: "My faith in Doan's Kidney Pills has not dimished in the feast since I publicly recommend ed them in 1090. I suffered for a num ber of years from kidney disease. I had paias in my back, especially severe at Bight and as the result I could not rest wIL Ileadaehes and dizzy spoils wore ooffimen, and I felt miserable most of the time. The pains in my back and through my kidneys often prevented me from doing my housework and although I tried all kinds of liniments and plasters, 1 became no better. A friend. who had used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results finally advised mo to try thom and I procured a supply. They helped me from 'the first, and by the time 1 had taken the contents of five boxes I was well." For sale by all dealers. Piice 50 oents. Fostor-ililbur- n Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole ageuts for the United States. take no other. Remember the name Doan's and After 'Em. June Sebastian and Lewis Million, colored lads, wero before the county court last woek on a charge of stoaling geese from Crews who resides on tho Jacks Crook road. Tboy wore hold to the Grand Jury which is now in session Por this offense, the penalty is the penitentiary. Feel lanqutd, weak, run down? Head ache? Stomach "off" Just a plain Burdock Blood case of lazy liver. Bitters tones liver and stomach, pro motes digestion, purifies tho blood. lliat means that you are oin to Dull down those old Lace Curtains, tear up that old Matting or 'Drugget and make a general overhauling all over the house and replace the old with new furnish ings. We are prepared to refurnish your home irom Kitcnen to attic From stem to stern, which is anotjitr way of saying from head to toe, ytmr is envelenormous oped in an undergarment placed Immediately behind Its topcoat or armor plate. This is Its special mackintoih, or, rather, waterproof, which acts-- alt a protection from fire as well as water. In the ordinary way If a shot pierced tho side of a battleship vater wotild pour in at tho bole and possibly ihe ship might sink, but this is obviated by providing a backing to the armor. Great secrecy is kept in the various navies regarding tbo material used qnd Its arrangement In many of the latest battleships, howercr. the coating is made of cellulose, which again is obtained from the fibrous cocoanut rind. Cellulose possesses the peculiar property of swelling immediately if it comes in conthct with salt water. Therefore the moment that water pours In at a hole at the ship's side tho cclluloso almost Instantly expands and so closes the aperture. Of course the cellulose is especially treated in order to render it fireproof. has Its vitality enorA mously diminished if certain portions of it become too cold. In much the same way as its human tenants. Jtc cordlngly its boiler and steam pipes are clothed with "Jackets." In sorae cases the Jackets are made of ordinary blanketing, others of a fibrous clay-lik- e composition or even of close grained wood. In general the material usjd for a ship's underclothing of this description consists of mineral wool. However, the great ship is more 116 to suffer from tbe effects of heat than from those of cold. There Is the danger owing to tho newer type of machinery employed that the powder magazines may get too hot tho storts In the latest are surrounded by a thick coating of mineral wooL Mineral wool, by tho way, has nothing whatever to do wllh wool, as it consists of a mass of snotcy threads of a kind of glass. It is made by blowing Jets of high pressure steam through tho furnaces in the manufacture of Iron and steel. Enormous quantities of this strange variety of wool are used on board for tbe purposes of underclothing the bulkheads and the more delicate portions of the ship's body. This Invaluable substance acts equally well as a protector from heat and from cold. It is such a remarkable nonconductor of heat that it Is used for covering the refrigerators and the cold storage chambers and therefore the explosivo stores. In the dockyards all men who are employed In packing the mineral woal In the spaces on the ships are obllgtd to wear masks. This Is to prevent the sharp needlelike particles from being inhaled and so causing chest troubles of fatal character. Tbe ammunition rooms themselves are kept cool by a refrigerating plant In addition to being clothed in mineral wool, the some applying to the ammunition passages. The wool Is ah packed between tho double bulkheads which separate the boiler spaces from the other portions of the vessel. Altogether the uses of the mineral wool on board are extremely numerous. Even reindeer hair is to be met with n board in the capacity of a particultx sort of underclothing. This material Is very light considerably lighter than cork, for instance and. it is not so sul)-Jeto decay. For this reason among its many uses it is of great value as a filling for tho life buoys. Boston man-of-we-- Iy men-of-wct hot The Course, Far Midshipmen t the Navel Aoademy and at Sii. Two midshipmen are appointed each year by every United States tcnator and congressman, two are credited to tho District of Columbia, and five are named each year from the United States at large. All ore generally .chosen by competitive examination. The course for tbe midshipman la six years, four years at the academy and two years at sea, at the (ixplra-tlo- n of which tlmo the candidate Is required to take bis examination for graduation. All midshipmen who pass these examinations are appointed to fill vacancies in the lower grade of the line of the navy. All candidates for "admission to the academy must be physically sound, well formed and of vigorous constltu- flAn 'n Ytnv Trhn In mnnlfpstlv lin ! derailed will be admitted. The height of the candidate must not be less than five feet two inches between ths ages of sixteen and eighteen and not less than five feet four inches between the ages of eighteen and twenty. The minimum weight of the candidate at sixteen must be 100, with an increase of five pounds for each additional year or fraction of a year more than one-hal-f. Millinery Stylish creations in Spring Millinery. A mngnlflcient 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 hero in great variety, at the lowest possible prices. We show some extra values at $2, $3, $4, $5 Spring Dress Skirts .Made of Panamas, Sorges; Voiles, Fancy Radcliffe Pumps For Ladies -- All that Is new la Spring S..; Mixtures and Stripes, plaited, panel of Pumps. Oae, two, three an a. full flare effects, in black, gray, brown, pumps. The 'Peek-a-bo- o plain tailored or trimmed otherstyles . 3.50, 55, $6 McCall Patterns, 1 5 cents 1 $2, 5250, $3, $350 0 and The "Bates" Shoe Fo: Men The brand t demand. -- ry between the date of his graduation from the academy and his final graduation for appointment in the lino without the consent of the secretary of the navy. The payof the midshipman is $000 a year, beginning with the date of his admission to the academy. BUSY No midshipman is permitted to mar- In pat viol, gun raaaf ami feex calf. I. Our stock of spring waists in Lingorie, buUoa and ktee, all tbe latest st. i plain tailored and fancy, is complete. A aprhV? beautiful selection at. most reasonable 5350,34. None Higher prices Charming Waists 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.50 R. & G. Corsets . uraa-handle, THE PEOPLE. Rare- Here's a Writer Who Says They ly Accomplish Big Things. The sun is blazing down on tbe garden In which lives a saint, so called, whom I visited one day in Bombay. He has not spoken for twenty-thre- e years, and his neighbors look upon him with awe. Some months later 1 visited at Davos Platz a man who for nearly thirty years has been studying drops of blood under a microscope. He is getting as close to life as he can, but admits that be knows littlo moro than the sage In his hot garden at Bombay. Both the western scientist and tbe eastern sage smile Indulgently at the fussiness of modern life. My own experlcnco of men in many lands has taught mo that the most active are least valuable. It Is a nota- Money to Loan on Good Farm ble survival of the simian in man that Lands. so niiy people think that constant mental aafl physical activity is a meas-ur- o The Northwestern Mutuai Llie In of value. Busy people seldom ac- surance Co., will loan money at 5 per complish anything. Tbe statue, the cent interest on good improved farm poem, the painting, tbe solution of the lands on aiortpve. economic, financial or social problem. Apply to J. C. Chensult, Atty. tho ecmttt and steadfastness for war Richmond, Ky. even are all born in seclusion and appear mysteriously from nowhere. Cromwell, Washington, Lincoln, Shakespeare, Danto and Cervantes all appear from nowhere and promptly take command , of tbe busybodies. What a crowd of men we all recall who were so busy making themselves I. R. Pennington remembered that they are already forDentist. gotten! Price Collier la Scrlbner's Office next door to Government huili Magazine. ing Richmond, Ky. Beards and Beliefs. Why is It that there seems to be some vital connection between a man's beard and kls belief? The lato George Dentist Jacob Holyoake, In an article con trlbuted to tha Fortnightly Review of Telephou 267 September, 1908, recalls the time not Office in Oldham Building so very long ago "when only four men Birmingham had the courage to in wear beards. They wero followers of Joanna Southcott They did it in imiUuccessor to Uurtnn & Denny tation of tho apostles, and were Jeered at In the streets by ignorant Chris Over State Banc & Trust Company tians." In tbe course of the same arTKLEPHONB 3X ticle Mr. Holyoake remarks that "George Frederick Muntz, one of the Harry M Blanton, two first members elected in Birmingham, was tho first member who venDENTIST tured to wear a beard in the house of -ODce tt Benn.-t-t Bui .a. commons, and he would have been In- . anly lEiPHONE 1SS sulted bad ho not been a powerful man and carried a heavy malacca cane, which he was known to apply to any ono who offered him a personal afDENTIST front" London Standard. 6-- 9t Mo-ller- e, difference between fair quality and high quality is The way te save many dimes is to Wimder Hose "IRON QLUB" te fasten that the difiereuee between service and non-se- r te restore that brokea vice. If you obtain clothes of .high quality you may set your For men, women and children. 4 pairs fir the handle oa your favorite bow .. c may set 3Tour mind at ease upo"n their style,, their wearing guaranteed to wear 4 months or dish. Ires Glue mends woo i,, ' graHitoware, tin, marble, iron nt v: power, their tailoring and fabric . $ 1 per Box them as useful as ever Be wise, seek high' quality clothes and find them. Often 7c a Bottle McCall Magazine, 5c they cost no more than fair quality "Griffon Clothes" are of high quality, though they are not y& 7W 7 high price 7W S 71 75 7W 7S 7S 7h 2k 7n Most people think the3''re very low priced, taking all their good points into consideration. At least make it a point to. get acquainted with these clothes before you finall purchase n.-- "Griffon Clothes" $12.50, $J57 $18, $20 E. V. ELDE Ricnmond KentuJa Emhry " sk Compmuy The Leading Specialty House Announce the Arrival of fit W Satin Suits - MODEL IN ' Dr Robt. C. Boggs Black Satin Coats ' White Serge Suits . Colored Worsted Suits Navy Serge Suits R. Emmett Million DENTIST Foulard Silk Dresses Marquisette and Voile Dresses Prices Very Moderate 3 H. L PATRICK Furniture, Carpets, Stoves abthe lowest possible cost, consistent with good icjuaiity An early inspection of our present showing will prove to you that our prices are right :::::::: & Fixing Up. The Southorn National Bank is en larging its loom so as to got about three feet more floor space. The large hall and stairway on the oast side will be out down to make up the spaco need od. George Myors has the contract. Luman Higgins - Picture Frames Made to Order Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond and Saturday and met many of the vot like a perfect fool. Mr. Gnaggs Thjit acting. Philadelphia Record. ers. Mr. Garnett Is from the Eleventh wasn't district and is a strong man for tho tickTalebearers are Just as bad as et, as be can poll many Republican voles Sherl dan. from that Republican stronghold for the ticket next fall. farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. The Same Thing. Self Confidence. You can't say I ever Any business intrusted to The Sick headache results from a dis "Do you believe In all tho views yen ran after you, Perclval. Tbe Second him will be promptly and ordered condition of the stomach, and advocate?" "res," replied Senator Sorghuta, Helping Very true. Hypatia. The carefully attended to. See can bo oUred by tho use of Chamberlain's Try iu after some hesitation, "1 do, but 1 trap never runs after the rat tut it him if his services are needStemaoh and Liver Tablets. doubt whether a less skillful reasoncr gathers him In, all the same. London Fer Sale by Stockton & Son. ed. than myself would be able to convince Tatler. mo of the correctness of some f "We represent iron bound Popular Candidate The Restorative. them." Washington Star. reInsurance Companies James Garnett, of Adair county candi"How's your wife's cold this morn- member this. ing?" asked a neighbor. His Conclusion. . date for the office of Attorney General "Much better, thank you. There's Mrs. Gnaggs I'll never forget tie subject to the action of the Democratic primary, was in Richmond last Friday night you proposed to me. You actd a dance tomorrow evening that she wants to go to." Detroit Free Press. When a nan sits down and hopes for the best he Is apt to get the worst The Mikado's Title. The ruler of Japan really should be called ten-o- , not mikado. The latter means "royal gate" and is a title some what similar to sublime porte, which is used indifferently to mean the Turk ish sultan, his government or the coun try itself. Ten-mean3 "heaven's highest" a title surpassing all the most grandiloquent European efforts. The Transcript original Japanese equivalent for ten-- o Is soumelamlkoto, but tho former is Smoking Before Meals. People will persist in smoking, even universally used, perhaps on account after they have read the following of its brevity. from that eminent authority, tbe LonNo Reason to Worry. don Lancet: "I once played the part of Venus In Smoking Just before meals is to he deprecated, because the pungency of a pantomime." said tho lady who tho pyroligneus products contained In showed her ago and was beginning to tobacco smoke renders tho buccal mu- have a mustache. "Well, I wouldn't let it worry me,' cosa Insensitive to alimentary stimuU-tioIn fact the effect is to 'dull hr replied the one who was still fair to reflet, look upon. "Venus was only a myth abolish the olfacto-gustatcr- y thus depriving us of what Pawlaw so, of course, you didn't hurt her feel lugs." Chicago Record-Heralcalls "appetite Juice." o n. Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work Specialty. Office in Bank Buildimr. a Bmbry Main Street, East & Company Lexington, Kentucki GREENLEAF & HERR1NGT0N Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' now Building on Second Street opp. Court House 5. SL.. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist f In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Richmond, Ky Oldham Bldg. ! ti U iliT-iX'V-Al KENTUCKY, iUOHMOND, jrhce over State Bank & TrusfCo., Couit House, on Main Street. AttobneYat-L- a , op-los- ite Dr. C James & Hunley Veterinary Surgeon Will buy or sell your house, H. Graduate McKIllIpp Veterlnii) college ot Chicago. Ill R Mainhart Big Prices Por Hides have enlarged our 'warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides "Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have "We Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Office Phone 90 i Richmond, Ky Res. Phone 533 1 e. DOTY, SURVEYOR M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 solicago of those its patron needing services of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. c 3 sf it LEXIHGTOH KEEPS OPEH DURING SPRING RACES ; . L. & KKKKMMMMJMBMmwMtgMMMMMMW &lmm9Hmflmm9mmmmmmflmmwllN D. ; C. F. CRECELIUS, CANDIDATE FOR MMWATtW FOB SECRETARY THE DEMOCRATIC OF STATE 4, daMjsBxeept South Bound. No. 31. Oinoinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Doparts 12:05 a. m. No. 7L Richmond to Stanford. Departs 0:39 a; m. No. 1. Louisville to Beattyvflle Arrives 12:20 p. m. Departs 12:22 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvllle. Arrives 11:02 a. m. Departs 11:3 la. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. No. 3. Louisville to Boattyvillo Arrives 0:55 n. m.l)enarls7:25Tj.m rso. u. Cincinnati aiaysvme to man ford. Arrives 7:21 p. 'm. Departs v:za p. m. " North Bound v'. No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m.- Ao. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Doparts 0:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyvllle to Louisville Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7122 a-No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives I2J20 p. m. No. 33. ,KnoxvilIo to Cincinnati. Ar- rives 1:50 n. m. Departs 2:00 a. m. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives 3:00 p. m. No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville" Arrives l;55p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs C:10 p. m. No's 31t 37, 33, 27, 34, 28, 33. 32 are Daily trams. No's 71. 1. 3. 9. 10. 2. 7n Mid-nigh--- R Time Table The Climax-I- ll Per Year 6 6 J t .3 WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! 1 -- TKe Merchants Invite You to pleased as we are Now.is.llie time t put your house in order' for-thcomjing season, uo 3rou want a change irqm the regulation things you have seen for years We are tired of them and we think you must be. We have been looking for something differe! it and better and we have found tl; em. Come in and see. these new thiegs You will be as e i t . Take Advantage of the Reduced Transrrtation;;tes . t 6 to Attend the Races WI L, iJ OIlVGr 213 TVest Main Street. And visit their stores where you will be cordially welcomed and given an unusual!j?pportunit to inspect the most complete, varied and choicest assortment of stocks ever "se,eif. ih Central Kentucky. These stores are noted for the excellence of their wares, but the Soring of 1911 outshines all other years as the exhibition extraordinary. The round trip fare during the period from April 29 to May 1 has been reduced to about a tare and a third. Tickets are good for : : ten days : 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 : : : : : :::::::::::::: 1 t 6 Sunday". Wall Paptr, Window Shade, Paint; Glass Pictures, FrftttMts J. P, RUCKS; Aw j Mirror. t V Opportunity Never Knocks at the Same Door This Is Your Opportunity (I. Tfi t