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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 37th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 191 Beautiful Tribute. j 1 NUMBER 47 Will 9 - Ride. L. R. BLANTON Sole Agent for the Celebrated Sparks' Lime for White Washing TELEPHONE SS ThcOakflold (N. Y.) Optiriifstj Hid! former Jiome of the lnte Uenjapifn P. IlawDS contains a beautiful tribute to this man. Mr. Hawes vftll bo wolli romembored hero and his death was received with much rogrot. His wife, who was Miss Fannie Freeman, of this city, will come to Richmond shortly to reside. The Optimist says: Mr. Hawes was born in Oakfield Juno 8, 1833, being a sen of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hawes. His father was a native of Berkshire county, Massachusetts, and a soldiar of the war of 1812, who came to Genesee county in 1881. B. F. Hawes wus educated at tho Cary Collegiate Sominary in Oakfield, and the Albany He was admitted to tho law suliool. bar in 1856 and began the practice of law at Oakfield in 1S90. The same year ho wa's elected a justice of the peace n .1 ' Mnnt 1 mimlL'I t. Until Mm MneO N.V.WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Big Spring Line of Dry Goods:: Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. Some beautiful wash-fabricfor spring and summer. s Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Voilles, etc in a wide variety of smart pieces to choose up-to-da- Richmond! was indeed honored by tho State Federation of Woman's clubs, which closed its annual meeting in Louisville laiit Thursday, Mrs. Thomas J. Smith iras chosen President and L. Banks, Corresponding Mrs. B. Secretary, and Dan Breok, fire, lightning, cyclone tho tf signified and live stock insurance. very eminent position they occupy in the opinion of the members all over Sexton to Owensboro. Kentucky. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Banks Floating Canoe Tribe, I. O. R. M. or have been prominent in club work for this city, ' will go to Owensboro this many years and have been honored vveok in style- - Tho first lot left Sunmany times fcy the State organization. day arid several delegations left Tues- Miss Laura Clay, of Lexington, a native day and It is the timo for the of this county was honored with the Grand Council fire to be kindled and office of Auditor, and she lo is a great hundreds of members of tho order will worker in club- - circles as well as bo present. ' Floating d&noe Tribe has Woman's Su'rago. Sho is an aunt of a candidate for Grand Council honors the President elect. The Richmond in the person of John Sexton, and his delegation anived home Thursday even strong following is almost sure to elect ing and repor; tho best meoting in tho the fact tha history of tho organization." him, notwithstanding enorgetic opposition has developed. Mr. Sexton has friends in every town Dan Breok, , tire, lightning, cyolone tf .in the state whore ther& is an organiza and live stock insurance. tion and they aro coming to Owensboro to boost htm. GDod Place. of 1907. Mr. Hawes enjoyed the esteem of a larjio circle of friends. Ho was an lled his various ablo lawyer, and with tho positions of responsibilijy survived by greatest efficiency. He. his second wife, Mrs. Fannio Freeman Hawes, whom ho married in 1SSS at her home in Richmond, Ky., also two sons, Eli M. nawes, of Tombstone, Ariz., and Francis L. Hawes, who is connected with the Department of Commerco and Labor in "Washington, D. C, "and one daughter, Mrs. Seaman Northrup of Watkins. do hereby designate Thursday and th and 2th, 1911, as "general day, (May clean up days," and trust that all residents of the cjity of Richmond, Ky.t will show their civic jpride 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 lo the other and make it more sanitary and. beautiful for the summer, as every one knows "Cleanliness "s next to Godliness." Put all rubbish in a convenient place for the city carts. SAMUEL RICL, Mayor! . 1 Fri- 11 1 Merchant A. Dobrosky has purchased a fine horse from Matt Shearer and a handsomo buggy from Stapp& Wines' and says he is going to spend tho hot summer months enjoying the pleasant drives along Madison county's model roads THE STEARNS Meet in Louisville. The annual meeting of the State Rail-Wa- y Surgeon's Association will convene in Louisville at "The Seelbach", today and lasting throughout the remainder of the week. Dr. C. H. Vaught, of this city, has just issued the May edition of the Railway Journal, which contained the program for the meeting, with many interesting papers, etc. whatSihsidethe MATTRESS WHAfSIDPflulnONltj SHOWS YOU GET riATt tu tjT3,UWfc jit AHQg TO INSURE ft EST, . if&i THAT IS HEALTHFUL bat erf"t AND READH'BrfiDjyia frCOMFORTAlLE. fiME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) DU TWH-rAI MATTRESS air. trZ. a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW YOU Outlook Bright. is one of i Richmond Honored. Robb, of this city, who $40,000,000 estate in Pennsylvania, notice of which was made in Tlh Climax several weeks ago, has received encourging reports from members of the Robb family in Kentucky who have taken up the matter. Captain Calhoun, tho attorney of Lexington, who secured the big war claim for Kentucky troops Jogether with In Bloom. Judge Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, have The Dogwood is in bloom and its a sure sign that spring is hercdespite the been retained to look after the claim chilly woather. The bloom is almost and will go to Philadelphia at once to equal to tho mountain laurol in beauty. push tho matter. the heirs to a Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their one-six- th ' all their election morothe y. te from : : : : : . : N. V. WHITE Main in spring and summer, it's the natural time to store up health and vitality for the year. Scott's Emulsion is Nature's best and quick-est Prof. L. Njraylor, formerly of tho Normal school faculty, but for the past year in the office of the Statb Superintendent of Public Instruction, has" been elected to the position of Superintendent of Schools, of Dayton, Ky. Prof. Taylor is a native of Pulaski county and is widely known as an educator. Ilis name was boforo tho Richmond boara of Education to succeed Supt Coates. Ho was hore last week attending tho Meeting of the county Superintendents. Got Sacks furnished for your wool. them at Douj;las, Deatherage & Sim4t Elmer Deatherage. mons. Street, below first RICHMOND help. All DrartiiU In the Federal Court last Wednesday a jury in tho cases of Mrs. Brack Maupin against the John Robinson Show Co., and the Administrator of Mrs. Thomas Parks against same returned a verdict for 31,000 in favor of Mrs. Maupin and 32,000 in the other siastic baseball fan. He has accepted, case. Mrs. Robert Duerson comproa position as book-keepat tho J. W. mised a suit against theso people thru ZaringMilL His home is in Williams-towher attorneys. Smith & Smith, a short N. f. time before tho case was called for trial. With these cases settled all litigation Closing Exercise. against the show company to recovery Beginning last Sunday with the damages for the breaking of the tier of annual sermon, the closing exercises seats, is closed. of tho Richmond Colored schools will Tho past year take place this week. They Were Here, lias been very prosperous. The school Attending- the District meeting of the and tliouc interested are expecting a County Superintendents of schools for big time- this week at the different the Eastorn district of Kentucky last' functions that will be given, The week were several very prominent graduating exercises will be next Fri- educators, who are anxious to break inday evening. to politics. They are L. C. Littrel), of Owen County, Barkesdale Hamblett, Drys Won. of Hopkinsvllle, R. E. Eubanks, of At Winchester last week the drys won Lexington all anxious to bo tho Demoby a big majority in the precinct elec- cratic nominee for school superintendtion. This precinct is the one in 'which ent. Mr. Bramlett is from the Western is situated the Brown-Proctorhotel district, but is well known in this part and tho owners" applied sometime ago of the state. Mr. Littrel! besides servr ing his county, is editor of the Owen for license, but tho courts still has one precinct out County News and has served two terms of five wot. Tho majority was 101. in the legislature with much success. Judge James Benton and Common- Ho is making an active canvass and on wealth attorney Crutcher, who aro hero account of his record in tho legislature in - Circuit court, both vote in that in behalf of tho tobacco growers and precinct and were very happy over the press of the state, he will get thousands result. of votes throughout the state. John Dillon Simpson, tho expert accountant, who waswith the Madison Tobacco Warehouse all season, thinks so much of Richmond that he will re main here all summer and help to root for tho Pioneer tetm, as hois an enthuMr. n, -ia refused-Wincheste- Remain Here. Damages Awarded. original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxa' tion. Made in the best qualities of Satin Finish, dustproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress". A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. R. O. L. We Sell May Manton Patterns err JOc Each Hustling Cash Store We Sell Kay Manton Patterns JOt Each Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASY.MON'EY Have You Bought That Spring Suit? Would you like to jsave a few dollars? It's easy money. Take a look at our "Faultless Brand'! Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co Remember we specialize $10 andj$15 values in Men's and Young Mens Suits A I? Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines, including the greatest line of . Corner First H et m i & dons and gives them strength to carry the weight of the body at the foot arch. It does away with all nervous and muscular strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-fowith its painful consequences. Makes watldnsr or rtandins: absolute! comfort' able, keeps shoes in shape and sires the instep a 'gr&cef ul arch. The Scholl "FootEaxer" is made of two German Silver Sprues, Icath, J ana to au leet and can be eaaly slipped any sboe. Into Therdo not ttecd tarHngor I pastiasrbatare ' easiir eninara from one pair ts wothec If yon hare any foot trouble whatsoever the Scholl Footaxet" trill etve you Instant relief as well as rest and comfort. AH sires for men and women, CL00 per pair, W ar headouarters for foot comfort and th Scholl "Footfaxer is one of the principal mean cf converts? It to rou. Let us prove It. ot The Scholl "Foot-Eaze- r" U a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion tpzt supports the muscles and ten- Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown St We want your mo jey and you want all it will "fcuy in, exehangepfor were never so well prepared to give you values as now ; r Respectfully V it , - We X t M-i 1 1 1 Main Bft In & Richmom ps Kentuckj i m L BUTTERICK FASHIONS Spring Is Coming and it is time you were making up vdur summer dothas. MqKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most Beautiful line of spring . Lexington Thursdav evening to witness the attraction. "Mias Da" jilavad by the eminent actress Miss Hilly Burke. Several motored over lor the nmUnoo performance. Miss Nannie Ballard Is at Norte.n In firmary, Lbulsville. Mrs. Huch Homphill, ot Nicholas- ville, is visiting friends here, Mrs. William Wallace, of Lalncton, visited friends tn this city last week. ' M:ss Jennie Park' entertained al Bridge last week in honor of Miss Emma Watts and guest. Miss Pearl, of Shackelford, many years ago a resident AllSS UOWIing, Ol UOilusiuil, iiaa acaepted a position with the law firm of Greenleaf & Herrlngjon as stonograpor. anss uaoanev, oi uus cuy ims iiuueieu a" similar position with Dr. u u. Vaught. Mr. 0. E. Hunloy, of Oklahoma, who name to be at the funeral of bis sister, Miss AdSie Hunloy, has not been in years. He Richmond in twenty-thre- e left this oounjy for the west and has been prosperous. Mrs. Neville Moberly was tho hostess Tuesday afternoon at a recontlon in honor of Miss Edna Uiunohigiiana and the other mombors of the Lyric Quartet, who gave an entertainment here Tuesday evening. A .delightful luncheon was served. Kit Clionault and Dr. II. C. Jasper, have roturned from a weeks stay in Arkansas, . whore they southeastern After a have been prospecting. thorough look ever that part of tho Bear state, they deoidod that Kentucky was so far ahead, tffey had better hasten home and forget about wial they saw. J. R. Boatman, of British Hondurus, is here the guest of Clarence E. Woods. Boatman will be remembered by many as one of the athletic stars of Cent nil University, and gained ft great reputa Lion on the gridiron along side of Lucas, Blandford. Taylor, Gunleoktand others. He is now a wealthy lumberman of Central America. Tea given by Mrs. G. B. iThe SilverMrs. Joe Boggs, on WednesTurley and day afternoon was y most delightful social and financial success. Misses Bessie Turley and Issa Million made music lor the xuests wnite Airs. u. ti. Turley and Miss Tillfe Douglas pdUred die tea and saw to it that no one went away without partaking of the sooinl drink. The Catling Gun: Mr. John Keller, ef Richmond, stonned oil hore for a few hours witli Mr. AV. R. Powell last Thurs day. He was en his way homo from J. B. Walker, of RichLexington mond, visited his brother, R. L. Walker, also hk. friend, Chas. Deoring, here last Friday. ..Sugerinlendent Sandusky at tended the lastern (Jenvocallon at icicti- W. P. Montgomery mond this week and family have moved to Riehmond. At Madison Institute Friday of this week, and the following Tuesday oven ings, there will be two very dolhjhtful concerts to mark the closing of the scholastic year, hverybody is invited On Monday evening at the opera house a very embora'e program has been arranged with music, drills olc. to which a small admission will be charged. The institute has closed a very successful year and Prof. Cassiday lias brighter prospects for the coming reason. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Park entertain-e- d a few friends at an elegant noonday dinner Sunday, at their home on the Tate's Creek pike. It was in honor of Misses Humphrevs, Black aad Lander and Madame Petrowski.. teachers in the Besides these there Normal school were present Miss Mayo of Madison Institute, Miss Isby, of Paris, Misses Mrs. Edith Issa and Ray Million, Stewart, Misses Kalherine Simpson ' and Edith Searcy, Mrs. Hattle Bnohannon and daughter. Mrs. E. W. Witt and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Park and son, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Patk and Mr. and Mr-Stroth- er Boston. Miss Shaoketferd. dauelilor of Joseph ,of this oity, bow of Colorado, Is visiting JUss Catherine walker. Embroideries and Laces ever brought to Richmond. Be sure to see "the Flouncing both colors and white and don't forget to look at our new Muslin Underwear Our Quality is Best Our Price is Lowest OWEN MgKEE The Richmond Climax. NtUMB EKMT termination. Mayor Rice will pilch tl; nrst ban this afternoon and Judge Shac olford will deliver tho opening addresjt Tho following will be the Una uo f this afternoon, accordirfR to the schedule made out Jast evening by Manager Lewi: IHCnMOXD. Baird, second base Olson', shortstop. Bramlege, right field. Whitaker. left field. Wald en, first base. Lewis, third base. Armstrong, right hold. White, catcher. Nicols, Wills. Kinsella' or Chynfe-wltpltchor. WINCHESTER. Walsh, second base. ' Reed, first base. Callahan, short stop. Coleman, center field. La Ross, catcher. , Davis, right field. Goosetree, third-base- . Miller, left field. Williams, BurdonorBeigly, Pitctyr. Mr. Ronald Oldham, probably tio most accurate scorer in the league, hus been seleoled for tlTls all Important plalie and has everything arranged for the j opening game. ThoCJlmax has just received letter from President tssory on the ouliojik ior luvawMiii anu iiu snys in fan: "The outlook for a cood season in tjio Blue Grass League was never betttr. with an even break on tho ycatlior ue will make good. An adherence to the salary limit is very desirable and abso lutely necessary, if tho league experts to continuo its cxtsiunce. Just as certain as all the clubs run riot and spojid money right and loft to win a pennait. as they have dona in the past, this will honour last year as tn organized league. Evory town in the "circuit can live in- donmteiy and pay expenses with the money coming in at tho gates, if tlwy will but slick to tho limit. I thipk enough of base ball and tho ltluo Grass League to use evory menns at my coin- mand to mnko them t,tay insido, ovoni if my efforts aro drastic and break up tho League. I prefer breaking it up tryljig to Kosp mom in, man io nave tn$m ureali it up running not. h, , Normal Won. The Normal school defeated Transyl vania, of Lexington Monday in all exciting game of ball on the local grounds. Parks was In tho box for tho Ntirmal school and McGowan, the Invincible twirled for the Lexington college. The final score was 7 to 5. The score was lie until tho eighth and the home main's rooters began to get uneasy, wlfen a s.eries of hits nnd errors netted three scores for the homo team. Parks followed but three hits and only four ;were netted off McGowan. The Normal team will go to Stanford Friday for a game and from there lo Bowling Green with tho Western Normal. It Helps. - Those residing in this countyr who, have had their deposits up for sometime In the National Bank of Beatty ville on account of its being in tho hands of si rccolvcr, will be glad to learn that Receiver Garrett has announced he will in all probability bo able to pay them 00 per cent in the final wind up. He' has already declared a dlvident ' of 40 per cent, shortly after the bank was closed and last weeic zu per cone was declared. Is Your Skin on Fire? that you can't stand another minute of that awful, Docs It seem to you No. 4026 1S ctati A PRETTY LITTLE FROCK McCII-Ptte- 'Price. burning Itch? That It MUST be cooled? That you MUST havo rolief ! Get a mixture of Oil of Wintorgreen, Thymol and other 'soothing ingredients as compound only in D. v. u. Prescrip tion. The very first drops STOP that awful burning instantly! Tho first drops soothe and heal! D. D. D. Rives you comfort cleanses tho skin of all impurities and .washes away pimples and blotches over night! Take our word on it as your local drjjggist. Got a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today Stockton & son. A dainty misses' costume especially suitable for commencement and confirmation. The material was white mull with white silk embroidaiy done in the design ot JlcUaU Transfer l'attorn No. 830. A solcotion of dastens for the young miss will be found ih our pattern uepartment. tfitf.nr-vln- McCiH PHera No. 4059 Price, 15 cent A CHARMING COSTUME It's Pride That Make's a Fellow Want to Wear after an illness of two weeks with Mrs. P. "W. Baxter k eonvRlesceot VSHWU Ef THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Xnaorpantai.) A D. Miller W. Q. While K. VMgfct HSMMKT Pnc MdXgr. Scc'y-Tna- s. . - Editor UMK. (EffiHOK H.M 1KK YEAK IK AWJUWK "IfBDinDSOAT MAT M 1M1 .wlwWimkMrihrMt ia this fwt atete ta ll ta- WeakH. that have taee rivin wMiuita of the battlM of the Bm'tteTaeMt editions of Ltfh's .Ma an t the wuic fat de-- week. with the radical . wntiaps of the ft! Mrs. Samuel Riee and daughter. Miss U uee, monrw i wh writes Gary, were in Lexington mat Thursday to witness Miss Hilly Burke m "Miss aadotherc wore never victories. Dot." VtfMI t U to be fotsottoa. why ic U Mr. and Mrs. Hate Dana. Mrs. Alex forcrah radical jowmk por Denny and Miss Jane D. Stockton went ta (trim account of the great to Lexington Thnreday to see Billie v aad also with sacfa fair w Burk. Mrs. Carlo Brittain und sen. Baldwin. llMOoBJaderale troops They newer Fayette oounty the first ef. the rooaU the batttac of UOM iiar-M- l were in to week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eon, KiehaMiod, aadaaaay Thomas J. Smith. J where Soatbera eroeo we vc-Mrs. B. M. Lackey and little daughter, ta the Case of Geneva, have returned from a visit to her mother. Mrs. Mollie Powell in Niobomsville. as if Editor Shtanickand It The many friends of Mr. Lewis OlnBi a of the Shelby Kooard aad Terrell are very glad to see him out reajnctirely, oootiaae to ha after a serious operation at the Gibson aad they aire .acting like Infirmary. I children. They are now againet Miss Margaret Miller entertained her the bridge dub Thursday aftoreeen most K. J. McDeratoU. of delightfully. The hhjhdht score was httaat candidate for the nowiaeliow for l Goveraor. They are iacoo-- mode by Miss Boswy. Rothof them tore their shirt Mrs. James Menefee, ef Stanford, was in Richmond several hours Friday in liihainn nvi as his eance enrouto to 'Winchester to visit her wonldbe sister, Mrs. Lucie Beckner. far withdrawing, that be knifed on aeooant of his nligioa. They Miss Emma Watts and her guest are both staunch Catholics, bat Mr. Miss Pearl with Misses Jane D. StockHeOennett, one of the best known nten ton, Julia and Ka Uterine White motorof the Fain. City, of the highest standing ed to Lexington Friday for the races. The handsome country home of Mr. anjnnf those of his state, and a Catholic who will poll thousands of protectant and Mrs. Robert SaUee, on the Big Hill pike, is nearing completion and they i not suit then. hope to get in by the early part ofJune. Is tins iasne of The Climar there Irvine HeraM: Mr. and Mrs. T. C. appears soae advertMag matter sent Adams, of Richmond, and Mr. C. L. Adams, of Cleveland, O., were the of W out from the beadqnarters guests test week of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Mam for Adams. Auunms. in Louisville, wand ii.c Iienoemiir nomination for GovMr. J. R. Azbill has been ill for a ernor, and lakt u from the cole was of week at his home on Broadway. Drs. This is one of the Gibson, ef this oity and Dr. Cornelius, he Shelby Sm- :uu ( of Mr. Azbill, papers io '.e Mate snnporting Mr. of Keren, brotber-ia-mare in attendance. Aadnaii' canilkUo . aad its anything uh them. UeCrcarv to The The many friends of Miss Anna Oliver, liN'ckinridge Xis. Bowling Green telephonethe efiieient operator at the exchange wUI be grieved to Journa iird oilier papers, who warn that she has been very sick for Ti were staunch Johnson supporters, have several days. wn the error of their way and lined np Oei. Elhridge Parks spent last week in Estill county the guest of friends and lor McCreary, realUfctg that ia this relatives. Col. Parks thinks there is "it can the iiir be reueemed fi no place like the bailiwick of Estill, bis iciiuuiic&nism native heath. A i DRuixc l' t he Madison county Re-I'The home talent play iy the younger iI.canb, all i..s u!k about Bradley members of the Christian church will be a social event of May 26th. The r.i intxling Gtrrci' t.iru the convention proceeds will go to the building commit r :. v i,ii,i-at P.ir,- - iast Thursday, is a tee ot we new on h reft. .'arcThej airn Uo was the ehoice of Mr. R. C. Stockton was in Lexington i,o convention a aion?. but its visible Thursday to attend a meeting of the 'hat ilie Seni'.'.i.r .still has several of Shriaers. who are Tirenariiw far n hW, timeT in Lexington during . the week of ih. m laying 0' io l.im and its partie-uiar- .1 r .i we nauiH m xemptar conclave. noiicea'' that the Garrett men Mr. John D. White and brother R. J. )mw heretofor ..necl upasstaodpmUers. While Wt test week for Fran oh Liek Springs, lad., where they The prison 15i.;ri i.as refused a parole for several days enjoying will remain the benefit to Juihre Booe !. Mule official who ab oi ine water, ana a mo vistung friends. ttConded with Hie pul.ic funds and it is 3ir. and Mrs. Samuel Bennett, of one pood movi ilv. i in body of officials Lexington, and their gosU Mr. and of New Haven. Conn.. ri ',cr:,i in a republican i Mrs. Loomia, lias made. A were over from Lexington Sunday for 1.. . graced his party itdmiiiistratiox a nay wiut iir. ana Mrs. Waller Bennett. a.v neil as his !.,:....; und friends and he Berea Citiaen Mr. S. MoGnire was should be mad' ' rok thru the peni-- ! taken to the Gibson Hospital in Rich-moofive long years of for teniiary bars Sunday Sallie Fowler was in h.s Richmond, Monday, on business. Mr. R. J. Engle was in Richmond, Monday. Mr. C". ('. It hod us was in Richmond Hon. E. T. Bckkak. who was a launch supporter of Green Garrett for a part of ibis week on business. A number of theatre goers went to l,o nominal ios. for Railroad Commis- I. v.oner at IHwi first last and all the i me, clajms ttiat in this man the people Makes Heme Baking Easy lave an official who will make the rail- -' r ad come to law. The'district is ever-- v oi ingly repnMioan. i , tcirilwar. The Ooafcdeimtc cane j. Pneumonia. Mrs. Louis Xeale and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Danville. Miss Beulah Gormerly, of Lexington, is here the guest of her sister, iirs, Douglas Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. Clarice Kelloec witness ed the performance of Miss Bitty Ihirke in bexington met Thueday. Miss Kttsnbeth Taylor, of Louisville, is Tistting ber father. Dr. Thompson Taylor, at Mrs. Henderson a Mr. A. D. Miller attended the meet ing of the Eighth District Press League at Harredsburg met Friday. Mrs. Cyril Goodman, of Cairo. Egypt. has come for an extended visit to her xietor, Mrs. W. R. Shackelford. Mrs. B. S. Mattingly and daughter. Khthorine, from Louisville will be with Mms Margare. Wilmore this week. Mrs. Johnson, of the Normal ScheoL gave a recital of her music class Mon day evening in the Normal ohapel. Mies Caroline Barley has returned from Uanley, Jeseamine county, where she visited her aunt, Mrs. II. IS. Land. Mies Elisabeth Searcy and Miss Hes ter ttovtngton have been vtstting Mrs W. K. Boggs at Red House the past Madison Institute Entertainment Opera House, Richmond, Ky Good Clothes It's pride also that makes a manufacturer persistently try to better his merchandise. Again, it's pride that makes us fussy about the class of clothes we sell. If you take pride in your looks, you'll do your purchasing at a store where pride ot quality is a Dasic principle one ot the most important features upon wmeti our business has been built. "Griffon Clothes" are clothes to be proud of. "We're proud of them and we know you'll be if you ever wear them. Why not wear them this spring? They're hand tailored from excellent fabrics. They're very distinctive, still cost no more "Griffon Clothes" are all wool. than ordinary clothes. nicely trimmed in black and fancy trimming; light and 5weII Tan Long Coats for Ladies The coats are extra long, A MMrt little dress ef blue and t foulard. The Mounce and yoke or j Wue and flMesitliM. The yoke em t,r ored iB whho with tho design of Mi Transfer Pattern No. W7. Thev smartest fiaedes are shown at our P tent Department. McCall Magazine, for June, 5c dark tan Ladies' 'Broadway' Hose in black, bluQ, pink, lavend-an- $4.50, $5, $6.75 Ladies' Spring Shirt . . Waists French Luwns and Lingeries, embroidered, trimmed with baby Irish insertion and me- ,1 : 1 i i l uuiiiuijs uuu nicely iumoreu. 1 -- tan. Extra quality, v : thin 25c Fay Stockings for children, all sizes 2 Monday Evening, May 15, 1911 At Eight O'clock Wunder Hose 4 ' Pro&rumm,e ' (An "Tho May" English Drill) Anna Boone Ballard, Josephine Barlow, Corolla Barnes, Helen Bennett, Ula Blakcman, Roberta Blakeman, Elizabeth Bur-naEthel Cornelison, Cera Dunbar, Nora Griggs, Katie Griggs, Nora Leo Hisle, Mittie Louis Hlslo, Mary Francis Hlsle, Nancy Iladen, Mary )Lee Noland, Dorothy Perry, Anna Todd, Viola Wheeler, Eva Whiilock . "Ilyacinth" (Dance) h Elath Buchanan, Rosalie Clark, Ethel Cornelison, Eva Lena. Haydon, Beltie Ilerndon, Lou Hockaday. Pearl Mason, Katio Bon Neah Kathryne Pitman, Zelia Rice, Kathryne Simpson, Bess Wagers, Mary Jakoj White, Hazel Whitlockv Sallio -" Woods, Miriam Yates (A Farce in One Act) "The Othor Woman".' Silvle Grahame, a young widow Elizabeth Gormlcy Enid Vivian, an actress Margaret Arnold x.l.(A Farco In One Act) "A Fallen Idol Miss Sprigglns, Prlncipafof Young Ladies' Seminary , Elath Buchanan I DoraSallie Woods PuP,,s ln tho Seminary. Gwondolln-Ka- tie Ben Ncal Mario Brun, a French clcanur Bess Wagers "Tho Minister's Wifo".. (A Farce in One Act) Miss Bonnet, Principal of Kiitakorncrs Seminary I Pearl'Mason j ) Rose Kathryne Simpson Mildred Marie Louise Kellogg Pupils of nazel Whitlock . Molly Katakorner's Seminary Gortrude Lou Hockaday Mrs. Chas. Parsons, tho minister's wifo Bettio Ilerndon - 98c, $1.50, $1.98 AH R. & G. Corsets New Summer Styles pairs in box. Guarantc to wear 4 months wit mending. For men, won. and children $12.50, $15, $18, $20 - Notttnghams in select pat Radcliffe Slippers terns, regular sj.50 values All the new spring styles, A In new three button, double breasted stj'le, tailored just the 98c beautiful line of velvetpum New nobby designs and color way the boys want them. also patent leather, guu mr t tones. Extra strong and extra large sizes 12 to 18 years McCall Patterns, 10 and in one, two, three and f. $3:50, $5, $7.50, $10 15 cents straps '3 BIG BOY'S SUITS Lace Curtains $ per Box 1 . E. V. EL D Wool Deathorage wants yonr wool. 4t. Park am Miss Harriett Parrish was the bosloss last Saturday afternoon at a beautiful reception, in compliment to Mrs. Douglas Parrish, at her home on High street. It was one of the most charm ing social events of the spring. The home was tastefully decorated in Palms, ferns, carnations and roses and tho hostess was assisted in entertaining hor guests by Miss Gourley, of Lexington, Misses Dick Douglas, Nannie Mae Iavld- on and (Clizabeth Carr. Liilue Miss A Jdae Laneford held the eard tray. delicious lunch was served, consisting of subsmntials and ices and about sixty guests responded to the invitation of Miss Parish. -- S 1 A V Highest Bros. cash price for wool Gott tf. Oulton's meat market gives prompt delivery. Phone 125. t i 6 w 'nr 1. contractor ana -- n o. j rnr , I KJUU d t-- v C Generous Gift Is Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON. APPLICATION 9 V made to Richmond schools by prominent Louisville firm i w Lh-- U Mayor Riee has just rocoived from Louisville 1000 Catalpa trees, about two years okl. the gift of Lovy Bros., the well known merchants of the Falls City These are to bp distributed to tho schools and planted. The Mayor was asked several days ago if ho would accept such a gift and he promptly replied in the affirmative. President Crabbe was more than glad to sot 500 trees out in the Normal school campus and the Mayor has beon notified that another 500 will arrive this week which will be turned over to tho oily schools and some lo the schools of tho county. These trees are well known and furnish fine shade during tho hot months of summer. This firm has givon number of trees to the school ohildren fit Louisville, and other Kentucky towns ibis spring and they are boing grationsiy received, it is a hardy tree that wilt flourish under most any con ditions. a-l- t t Now is the time to get rid of your What Foley Kidney Pills Yon will And Chamrheumatism. do for you. berlain's LinimoAtwenderf ully efleotive. r One application will convince you of its - Foley Kidney Pills are a tr. WithHyomei Cures Catarrh oine They are healing, stren' merits. Try It. Per.sale by Stoektoo antiseptic" aad tonic. Foley K out Stomach Doling, or &San. system 'an , Pills take held r Money Back. you to rhl yourself of your Ur . backaeha, dull headache, neru? Stockholders' Meeting. paired eyesight, and ef all thft The annual meeting of the stockhold- able feelings can bo Y?3, dear reader, catarrh from that For Rent ers of the Richmond Water & Light paired action efreslt kuln- -t' '. your cured;, but not by pouring vile, nauseatTwo story residence on Smith Ballard Qompany will bo hehl at tho ofllco of bladder. Iteeaember it k Foley K ing drug into the stomach. Pills that do this for yon. And catarrh germs thrive, flourish street, Inquire of R. E. Turley, State the company in Richmond, Ky., on Slockston & Son. Wednesday, May 10th, 1011, at Ten Bank & Trust Company. 2t and multiply in tho noso and throat o'clock a. m. Cash for wool, Gott Bros. Can you kill those tough and porsistlots R. E. TunnsT, Secretary. Estray ent little health destroyers by swallow For RenL ing pills or nostrum? Any physician to my place on Big Hill Ave., a boar Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W' IIouso or Fourth and Woodla .v will tell you it cannot bo done. If tf hog. Owner can have same by proving Broaddus & Co. Will be vaeant jHly 1st. Now oc: Is property and pay expense HYOMEI (pronounced High-o-mof keep and Call 125 and let Culton send you one by Robert' Sulfee- a germ killing vaporized air which advertising. Z. M. Boon. of his appetizing rib roasts. Mrs. Alice Lamm 4t when breathed either through tho mouth or nose, will kill catarrh germs and soothe and heal tho inflamed and, muti Iated membrane promptly, it gives relief in two minutes. HYOMEI is such a powerful gorm de stroyer that it penetrates evory fold and crevice of the mucous membrane of the nose and throat. , A complcto outfit, which includes Inhaler, a bottle of HYOMKI and simple. instructions for use, costs 51. 00 Should you need a second bottle of HYOMEI tho price is only 50c. IS. L Middleton and leading druggists every where soli UYOilKl. Howell, a popular druggist of Greensburg, Ky., says, "Wo use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ia- our own household and know it is excellent." For sale by Stockton & Son. If you want new styles in low shoes try Sexton. M. MONEY BACK v J. ' . ' , We Pay Freight to Richmond On Shop in Rear oi McK.ee Building Bankers Meet PORCH LAWN telephone 467 ' Richrn,ond, Ky 9 MADISON REX (2608) The Promising Young 5ire Will mako tho season of Rod House at - The Climax is in receipt of an invita' tion to the meeting of Group Eight of tho Kentucky Bankers Association which will bo held at historic Shaker- town, in Mqrcer county, on May 21th Cashier R. R. Burnam, of the Madison' Bank will deliver an address on, "Social and Business Benefits derived from Group Meetings. Hon. J. A. Sullivan of the State Bank & Trust Co., will speak on "Stato Bank Examinations.' A basket dinner will bo served- - FURNITURE to be a big department in itselL Here the showing is large enough to permit you to exercise your individual . taste in fitting up your veranda. Everything that is new in Summer Furniture comes to this store. You will find Crex Grass Furniture in green and brown white willow hand made, in stylish shapes so good looking when upholstered in dainty cretonnes. Mission Furniture in malachite green and Early English. Kaltex, the very stylish and very durable fibre furniture in green and brown and the very popular maple furniture with woven cane seats. Vudor Porch Shades and Vudor Hammocks may be had here also. The Summer Furniture section of this store has grown 1911 at my father's place, 4 miles northeast of Stop in at Perry's and get free Sample of Zemo and - McDougle Honored. "We shall havo a beautiful com menoement exercise and wo aro proud that a native Buckeye has beon se en red to deliver our oommenoemont address." Thus writes S. D. Webb, of Girl's Home, Delaware, Industrial Ohio, to Prof. E. C. McDougle who had just accepted by wire Uie invitation to deliver their oomtneneoment address June lffth. The Home now has 530 girls in it and from all over the state. Of this number 25 will receive diplomas June 16th. The slate of Ohio spoilt over jzwtvw on ipe insulation last year and its annual budget would make the Kent ucky legislature "take to the woods . Kentucky is "shy" when it comes to 50,000 annually for tho Nor mal schools, that are training oach year 2,500 teachers. Prof. McDouglo will go to next i' may to deliver the commencement nudross to Uie utty schools and on .lhe linn, he goes to Owingsville for a similarnddress. Fine country hams just rocoived at Culton's. tf $ J5.00 to Insure a Living Colt lf ZemoSoap. The surest and most economical treat ment for eczema, pimples, danclruff and all diseases ot tho skin and scalp, uo not neglect tnis. xnoy wm give you prompt relief and put you on the road to cure. Good for infants as well as grown persons. H. L. Perry. U This horse is black with beautiful conformation and has proved him-soto ho a sire of saddle colls of tnorit. Plenty of action, substahco and slyle, and although handled but U'.tle, he has shown himself, to bo possessed of all the real qualities thai, go to mako up a grand saddle horse. ' PEDIGREE T (. . d, MADISON REX is by Ilex Ajbuckle, ho by Res McDonald 8S3,.ho by Rex Denmark. Rex Arbucklo's dam. Miss Richmond, yus.by ihe groat saddle horse, King Richard, out o'. Jenny Lynn, she by Stonowall Jackson 72. King Richard was by 0d Peavine 85. Madison Rex's dam, Clyde T., was by Black Squirrel, .(mo of tho greatest saddle horses of his day and a producerof show winners. His second dam was by Old Pea-vin- e 85. This brooding shotrs blood lipes that are second to none. MADISON REX is nominatetj in the rich saddle horso futurity stake, MONEY DUE when maro is parted with, or bred to other stock. Mares kept at reasonable rate;i, but not responsible for accidents. t i l On thing about oandtdate Wm. Ad dams, he is spending his money liberally new with the newspapers and he is the only candidate for the nomination for .'inwr who is doing this all intpor-- ' i tNi thing. It gets votes. You 11 Be Pleased Witt the Furniture' and Also The Prices We start Porch Rockers with woven seats at $1.60. anxD backs Opens Today. Every is grass II r it .ft nere io witness, Dan I . FHri in Madison(Cojunty x Game. "f" ". . A solid oak Porch Swing Tn e immenao crowd and the enthnsi-- , uD aceorded Senator MoCreary at his peeking appointments the past week is proof enough that be is tho choice of the democrats of the state to carry the banner to victory this faU. , PERSONALS Mr.nnd Mrs. Eugene Wither have rata an oil frem Louisville. tot week POWDER I Ihe Richmond grounds. team will meet the strong Winchester nino this afternoon. Tho grand tand, bleachers, .and all other available seats will be m demand. Manager Lewis, Of tho Pioneers, sayslio will take the game on tho local lot, because he has great confidence in his team, which has reached point of League-on This is the opening day of the Blue- - ana tne DOC place Do . chain as low as $1.95. complete with rust proof The celebrated Jennriett und mule )ack will make the season af the same at h efficiency. nUg lib another's Xk. Gaines, mother of Mrs. II fMfV-Hfe!f- v1mv taAnyejpAght. Scow, or jtsdiBHU. Lottie vjlle miamm - Absolutely Pure .rmm V khuba 3er, U visiUng frtonk in C. ' MMJMIIM PIMfl&TE With.dlson, the best shortstop in the league, returned to his old position, the Pioneers have no bad holes to ffU and if. mey jail to land theltag this year it will certainly be a miraole. The warm days of the past week have aided the boys in workingithe-sor- e spots out of theirartns I anddegs and they can run bases and'hit the Mil with great accuracy and 5de-- 1 t $20 for Jack Co ts;$I0for Mule and, Jenn coits. f JB-whenmar- f fi This Jack's reputation as ajirljducer Is too well known and his ped, groei stands out asood as tho besot- V ;. , MONEY Is d tried with or bred to other stock'. S McCHORD, Red House; Kv I' Spring Styles in Ready- Goods. Call and take a look. o-Wear Latest -- C. F. Brower & KABO CORSETS COMPANY " MrsJM. Barlow on.--. -- IF "0 Kentucky rhe Richmond Climax. ! rUCLISKEO ETERt Easter is Over. Comes Next IS BETTER J. T. FBRRIELL IT TO INSURE YOUR Real Estate Agent Oldham Building HOUSE.WITH NEWIKOAI BT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. lUlller W. GjTVhlto Stovo C Yaught 1 Commencement Nothing is more suitable for graduation gowns than ha. id D. R Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD Pres. and Mgr. . Sec'yTroas. - Editor Richmond, Ky Lost Embroidery Exquisite hand made lingerie pleases the feminine heart. IT - Mtnberof FRESS ASSOCIATION ' KENTUCKY 1 ui- -. DISTRICT PUBLISHERS ElttHTH HAGUE. 1' eBici: ii.oo IS peb 10 - yeab 1911 ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY FtextMe Frame, Flexible Forotruck, Interlocking TJubs, Scalloped Blades DoaMe Levers, llard Wood Bearings, Steel Standards, Double Braced Grame 7 - ir rd sections eat the grennp and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and throw it back s original position. Tke groand is leveled and pulverizedjukl loft in porfect condition for' seeding. Once :,i held witfe ao Imperial Double Disc does as muoh work as twice over with a single disk and docs it . , f. uoroujrhly. An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or The use and oxpese of disking is reduced , cut is generally used witfa three horses. An Imperial Double Disc of the same.wldth of cut only re-- lour The saviap of here pewor is accomplished: First, by the form of the machine. The doublo . f the two harrows, ene auaehed to and immediately following the other, requires much less than the i"i!tio separate barrows . i ono-hal. 6e Farm News Items ol Interest to The Far S mpr. ftip firnwer and the 6i & Red steer strayed from my place Constipation brings many ailments in four miles from town on Tate's Creek its train and is the primary causo of Miss G, W. Deatherage. pike. Reward- much sickness. Keep your bowels reguR. D. No 4. lar, maaam. and vou will escape many Phone 209-- 2 carries everything in tho emof the ailments to which women are Elmer Deatherage wants your wool. subject. Constipation is a very simple A jiow and broidery line. 4U Highest market prices. thin?, but like many simple things, it complete stock of may lean to serious consequences, .nainsurance Dr. ture often needs a little assistance and Cheapest accident & Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain when Chamberlain's Tablets are givon Headquarters for all that's and heals the wound. All druggists at the first indication, much distress and suffering may bo avoided. Sold by new and dainty sells it. Stockton & Son. Sand, lime, cement brick, wall plas Its poor policy to wait untill you have ter, rock and screenings, in any quanti a Gre to begin thinking about insurance. Burnam's Insurance Agency for Fire ty and at lowest rices. No delay; see Do it now. We write the best polioles 44tf us. W. W. Broaddus & Co. 43lf Insurance. Dan H. Breok. f Eva Roberts From the Basement to the Roof We carr in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS Todd-Edwards Patterns Materials . Lumber Co. c,rr lrcrd t-- Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage PORCELAIN ENAMELED SINK with enamel drain-boar- d ed is a great help to cleanliness in the kitchen. It makes the kitchen work less difficult because it is easily cleaned, and its snowy whiteness gives the room an air of neatness and tidiness. A 'SXaviwd' 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 The famous Ilaggin ranch of 50,000 acres, near Sacramento. Cal., has been sold. Its sale marks the passms oi another of tho great horse breeding establishments of the Pacific coast. Tho nurchasors naid nearly $2,000,000 for th(t property and plan to cut it up into siaall farms. As lato as Vjvo mere was GdO brood mares and SO thorough stallions on tho ranch, and at ono time in addition to tho thoroughbreds tnero wore also from 200 to 400 trotting bred hnrsnf on it. Mr. TTairein has also re duced bis stud at Elmdorf Farm, near Lexington, Ky., to a more handful, and has taken up dairying on a gigantic scale. r . Now is tho time of year to feed your cures fowls a good tonic. Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim- berneck. When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healthy, but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stockton & Son. Try it under the guarantee. Ask fer 40-5booklet on diseases of poultry. R4-11--- U Phone 00 Richmond, . New Firm Ready Havinr purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply always of Eggs For 5ale. We have ust received our last car of Implements up-tc-da- te Farm Gendine Oliver Chilled Plows Tho Paris Ken tuckian says: "Claim ing that the raising or tobacco under present conditions is not 'profitable, and that it drains tho soil of its tertility, Messrs. Thomas H. Clay. Sr., and Thomas II. Clay, Jr., havo signified their intention of cutting out the rais ing of tobacco for all time, and in its stead will devote their time to tho rais ing of forago crops for stock. Mr. Clay, Sr., has on his farm on tho Winchester pike 1,500 lambs and their mother ewes. He has sold his wool clip at a good price but has, not disposed of the lambs, as they wBl not be ready before Juneifor Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case, Riding Cul tivators, J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado A Reliable Medtcine-N- ot a and Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Narcotic. . Presses, Deering Mowers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Michigan, says: baker "Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. "Our little boy contracted a severe bron" From my Single Comb Brown Leg horns, 31 per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 eggs for 32. Also breeder of Bearboa Red Turkeys and S. C. Buff Orpfctes, and Muscovia Duoks. Eggs a matter ef correspondence. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, m9 2m6 R, D. No. 3, Rwhmend, Ky. Choice Staple and 9 Fancy-Grocerie- s D. B. Shackelford Telephone 33 & Co. deliver). " Dr. Richmond Heating & PlumbingCo. Telephone 270 Mr Farmer. Make your home as mden for your family as a city re A J. Pavne, of the Bureau of lence and place yourself in a position to get the latest markei quotations Animal. Industry at Washington, who n v whe til.. ThL !n tin aecnmDlishd bv meant of our telephone is in Kentucky In charge of eradicating v.in and vanr neighbor can trt for a sum that is small compared with hf bei sheep scabies in Kentucky, was notified fi n rp(vivHI. Call or add rets oar nearest office or write direct to headquarter by his department that the use of sul- Nashville, rennesH. for information regarding our special 'Farmers' Line we can immfuiaipi enj iying rate If at present you phur in the dip for scabies has been or nteresc you. Our lines are notth States telepnone sprvice, ot Kentucky Tennessee, MissUsipo cover as experiments oU isiana and the Southern poition of Indiana and Illinois. dered discontinued, have shown it does more harm than good. Rural Telephones chial trouble and as the doctor's medi cine did not cure him, I gave him Foley" Honey and Tar Compound in which I have great faith. It cured the eough as well as the choking and gagging spells. and he got well in a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many times saved us much trouble and we are never without it in the house." The genuine is In a yellow package. Refuse Sold by Stockton & Son. substitutes. Phone us 3our orders for quick delivarji No. 35. The smallest order g?ts oer closest attention as well as the largest. Remember we sell Field 5eeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main SoceMsor to Tate & Son For Sale. 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 the money. Dr. Clarence H. Yaught. Dan H. Breck, life, fire and accident tf insurance. Street SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Going to Build? Moved I WHEAT CROP Will be above average and small fruit in abundance this season. According to tho prediction of several well known and learned stockmen, of this couflty, given to The Climax this week, tlioro is sure to be a shortage of beef, if the slaughter of veal is not taken up by the government and stopped Madison county nlono ships hundreds every year and it is just dawning on tho stockmen what alarming conditions are about hore. Earl ol Richmond, the fast six year old owned by "Billy" Woodford of Lexington, and named for Mr. Earl Curtis of this city, won the last race on tho card at Lexington Thursday in This horse was formerly fast timti owned by .Mr. Curtis, who campaigned him for two years. Nervous Women Cor nervous, tired women, we recommend Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, heing a "pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. Am thoroughly prepared to do all kinds of fly screen work at lowest prices. Leave call at Douglas, Simmons & 42 3m R. A. Barlow. Deatherage. Grocery & Meat IVIapicet to Irvine street, opposite the jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of. those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Have Moved My Yours for Fresh Goods e PARKE Telephone 39 & Climax Irvine Street Climax & Best Job Printing The; Up-to-da- te Fine wheat crops and a beautiful yield of small fruit, except peaches, are predicted by M. C. Rankin, Com missioner of Agriculture, in his crop roport for April, which was issued this week. Wet weather has retarded the planting of tobacco in some dls tricis, but on the whole the report is decidedly optimistic. Following is the roport: Although tho month of April has been warm and the conditions of tho weather for growing crops favorable, yet on account of the excossive rain fall generally throughout the State and tho floods which has been reported from difforent sections of the State, farm work and farming have been greatly retarded, and the crops planted in tho spring are at least two weeks lato in the State generally, and in some sections a month late. The winter months and the spring have so favored the fall and winter sown crops that they are in extraordinary conditions, and will, with a good season, equal, if not exceed, the crops of last year With all tho work that the depart ment has been doing to encourage the farmers to sow alfalfa, wo find that more than half of the counties of the State fail to report any alfalfa in the county. Our reports show that where it has been tried that a good stand has been secured and that good results are obtained. With alfalfa growing in every county in the State we could revolutionize Kentucky in one year. And we can have it if we but try our experiments in the right way and fol low the advice sent out from this office from time to time. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, and live stock insurance. cyclone In case of rheumatism refief from pain makos sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For Sale by Stockton & Son. Lumber LIT mm LI Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR MMBAIJV 1 Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. I have for sale in any quantity Thompson's strain Barred Plymouth Ilock eggs, price SI. for 15 eggs. Estimates furnished for lots of 100 eggs or more. C. D. Miller. Richmond, Ky. mch Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old line Companie f, Wm. S. Broaddus. Act. t-- Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 TAKE The monthly crop report of State Agricultural Commissioner Rankin issued last week shows conditions of wheat 97 per cent, rye 91 per cent, alfalfa 9 per cent, acreage of potatoes 95 per cent, Burley tobacco 73 per cent. Peach cmp 57 per cent. Condition of all other jrrain crops between 90 and 100 per ctmt. CARD U I It Will Help You J 35 I For soreness of the muscles whether induced by violent oxercise or injury. Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent. This liniment is also highly esteemed for tho relief it affords in cases of rheumatii m. Sold by Stockton & Son nf PnrWjih. "K"v tried Cardui and Trritea: ; jus. notT Tmvfi rmrm nsrr.rf it for eleven years. ID ", 1 UUUA Diutu muic urcu ieei old I am 48i4-years ncnA ana enffornice a tuuereui woiuuu, ains. nervousness from hp.irinw rlnwn o ' iu jl uvk w ILarwu sleeplessness, but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. tee Trr "n - mr, ai w fiornor d ' t "Don't let the baby suffer from eczema. sores or any itching of tho skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All druggists sells It. The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new -- Standard Bred R. TYe d I. Reds. AT ALL DRUG STOEES mm For Sale. Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet Apply R. K STONE tf My now havo stock from some of the are givbest blood lines in America-aning better bargains than ever before in eggs from choice matings' $2 per 15. Free range flock 31 per 15; Colored Muscovy duck eggs 81 per 11. Orders takon for baby chicks, satisfaction guaranteed Phone-Wac5--2 Mrs It C Coomor 5 t Speedwell, Ky o, 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Ekler's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 a.md 25 a est goods. For 5 cents you osr buy many items that ordinarily sell fer a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We havo everything in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Weodenware, Brushes. Cutlery, eta, and every price marked in plain figures. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY Folye's Kidney Remedy Acted Quickly. medicines without material benefit, in lact, Kept getting worse. I was pej-auauea to try roiey juianey itemeay, M and bAfnrft tnlrint, it tllFna rfntra T feel its betieficial effects. The pain left my pacK, my kidney action cleared up, and I am so much better I do not hesi tate to recommend Foley Kidney Remedy to all suffers." Stockton & Son M. N. George, Irondale, Ala., was . uumureu1 mm 1! Kianey trouoie ior many VCars. "I rlrtfitnrprl. and trifirt UirtnAV Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete and people tf Happy Couple. Judgo fShackelford presided at the wedding of Mr. Issac Short and Miss Elsie Moonss, which was solemnized at the Glyndon hotel last Wednesday The young couplo hail from the Jolly Ridge section of Madison and are popular in nho neighborhood where they reside. ::::::: non-gripin- g; I When a medicine must bo given to young children it should be pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its preparation gives it a flavor similar to maplo syrup, making it pleasant to take. It has no superior for colds croup and whooping cough. For Sale by Stockton & Son. -- 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main 5treet McCann Building Farmer Uses PI The Best Implements "We have the latest improved Warning to Railroad Men. E. S. Bacon, II St., Bath, Me., sends out this warning to railroaders: "A conductor on the railroad, my work caused a chronic inflammation of the kidneys, and I was miserable and all and the farmers are rapidly discarding the old ones for the ow W. L. LEEDS Third SteiliiiG 5treet Richmond, Ky New Improved Wm. J. Oliver with a guaranteeagainst 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 Aspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the "best ever invented TAYLOR & OLDHAM vatch Repairing upr .alty towhioh we give special "or.T No matter how muob or how o watch is defective or damaged particular pride in doing the k i- - Lr liaepiece will be as good as than it whoa Bew. "We 3o. and reraedeJiBg Is .the '-- wiy tat us with some piece you cannot now u:t; IBs RICHMOND. KENTUCKY played out. A friend advised Foley Kidney Pills and from the day I commenced taking them, I began to regain my strength. The inflammation clear.Scrap on Train. ed and I am far better than I have been for twenty years. The weakness and Conductor West, of the L & N. the dizzy spells are a thins of the past and I highly recommended Foley Kiduey well known passenger man had quite a mix up witji an irato passenger when i'ilis.". Stockton & Son. his train yas nearing Winchester last Wednesday afternoon. It is claimed Notice to Creditors. that a dispute aroso over tho payment All parties bavinir claims acalnst of a faro jietween tho conductor and routine it. Harris, deceased, .are re Yancy Merjitt, of Clarke county. A quested o filo same properly verified few scars wjjro left on1 both participants, as required by law, to the undersigned executor, on or before July 1st. ml. - One Paper. Also all parties indebted to the do- ceased, Pauline R. Harris, either by The vivailous "Jimmy" Sowers, who note or account are requested to call has been Iterating tho Valley View and settle same with the undersigned. Ot Argent and jthe Gatling Gun for some W. S. Broaddns. Executor. time, has concluded it is a better payIn the Wake of the Measles. ing proposition to consolidate the two The little son of Mrs. O. B. Palmer, and tho rqerger has gone into effect. Little Rock, Ark., had the measles. Ho will remjUn in Nicholasvlllo whero The result was a severo cough which his paper ' will be published in the its red hot continue grew worse and was so severo he could future and campaign for reform- not sleep. She says; "One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound comAdmil listrator's Notice. pletely cured him and he has never been All person having claims against the bothered since." CroUp, whooping cough, measles cough all - yield to Fo- estate of E! jen Todd, deceased, will ley's Honey and Tar Compound. . Tho please preset it them to mo properly veri-- g accordlij to law, on or before July genuine is in the yellow package. Re fied 1, 1911, or same will "be. barred. any substitute. fuse R. K MOBEttLY, Stockton & Son. 43-ASjministratorof Ellen Tcdd. Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every teal Estate. one talks about it. Any flavor made to order and delivered promptly, tf All person) desiring either to sell or purchase lain or other property or to For Rent mako rental ibf same will And it to their Office rooms, Bright building, apply interest to ptico the same with me as I to Dr. J. G. Bosley.'- - These are new fam a Member of the National Coopera- - f . ... I T II 45-rooms. fi?- - kl&HDst.0IV. wlthl -4t 1 Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored "Wear ONE WAY OF SAVING FREE TO TRY A BABY The mother does not live who would not do all in her power to keep her dhild healthy, but often she does not know how. So when a "doctor of standing points the way all can afford to listen. It is an accepted fact that nine out of ten of the troubles of infants and children is intestinal. You notice it by 'the fact that the child is constipated, it belches, is peevish and cries. Don't- - ifive a remedy that contains an opiate, because the child will get in the habit of needine iti.and don't be come alarmed and run at once for a. for the use of children. It is mild, gentle and The remedy is absolutely pure and is guaranteed in very particular. Mrs. Toomey of Emingsville, Pa., and Mrs. Fred Croms of Alanson, Mich,, never give their children anything else. These are only a few among thousands of women. You can buy a fifty cent orone Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade dollar bottle of any nearby druggist, for they have aU sold it for a generation, but if you want to test it on your child first send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will cheerfully send you a iree sample bottle. doctor. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Try ii scientific laxative first. Give a small, dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 402 Caldwell building, Moaticello, Pepsinj the remedy that is intended 111. i ForSalo by STOCKTON'S DRUG SToHE 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man .Newest stock in city to select from My idea of reai anger is when a woman has been dealing with one grocery for a long time and. paviner cash, and then finds out a neighbor has been paying less for the same. Better joia me in a few visits to a place where prices are lowest and no Betsy's Pointers "i"' and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Hats Trunks, . . Fine Line New Style TTaabrelk class goods. tc, at lowest prieas for higfc. F. J. YEAGER KFreife.eaught erjtors early. Gall rfeM, Fisfe at Cultos's; leave Mexico'and 44tf scents-thro- y es Cev&e toa k. Tkwrpe fer fro Y will U vt 1 rate oo evry aba.. AMfe y set vises as Ruotioeeer d y be scttred by-- eftUitig dm Hte at my rod ideaee, Xo. 3M Third 8., 8; wmmt. Kiehnood, 1 i Lackey & Todd of Low Prices and Square 'Dealing t?3 dollar. riteDfroae Opera House Building- ii - J. AU.-- B . Stniiffert i x It! t Jf .! 1 -- T . t , u P - sr5W r- - t ' - r ' 7-- i -- ... - j ..... . v.- .w-;-.vf)T-r.i- Jfcfci . 'Jiuuyuy;t;- - . .... - . . -- - -- o. : . - ., - u i. - - 'i - -. 54 . U- - "' Ei 1 . " " r t- - 'iV'ijwi,iii ii'l-rw- i Tinr'ri- - -- - r' ' rT" - "MI- - ; " " - t-- -. " " ' ' -- - i J ' f : ... -- v- - - '!'iv ' , .;r- -. " . . ,. , ...... . J- , - - '.-'. - - - - , , J$ . -- 1 . r V ' ? i - , l - . ci f " . - l- - ' jf .. , " - - t- -.- :i -i . '. -1 -- It. ' it.-- . ... "' "7'- " '" v w" . . ' f - ' .,.-'- 1 "... r ' ".i ' r. : , J.4 - u. fc'ii ..'.. - . - - ' ; - - - ' - , , t . - s? ?5 " 4 ' ' " " " . 'Wr' M When You Add something each year that will "make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every JtouIa RE SURE OF SATISFACTION . spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Kenton colors stay fresh ane bright; Kenton fabrics stand up under the hardest wear; Kenton tailoring keeps its shape extra tall or short, stout or lean, as long as the garments last; Kenton sizes come in models for men of every build--t- he stooped or straight; Kenton Suits fit them all Drop in and test these facts for yourself Quality considered, no suits are more reasonably priced: . Kenton Suit Are Your WHEN YOU BUY A BENNETT and H PP NS $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18 00, 20.00, 22.50, $25.00 10c UNDERTAKING DrinkCraTfmgBestroyel T t f 1 c v .K i lore terriHe aSktion ran eesie to any ilian the enmBC for ttroac drink ef .. : d and father. We appeal to wives. s and smuts te ure the feetfesnd and r or brother with Orrise, a scientific 3c lit .KIXE is prepared in tw irai: No. 1, t treataacot, a powder, absetately taste--j and odorless, given secretly in food or Omne X. S, tn pHt ferm, i far those dtsire to take vetanury treatment. OE- -i rotta enlr $1.0 a box. Call at our for a free booklet, teesnc aH alxsnt mmtonoes article, which we hare been Smoke jgafa;, That good shoe. ioo cream 5c Other Good Suits $10 and $12.50 Collars Cotton or Linen? Time For A most here. lows.- at Rioci's tf See Sexton before you eel that now First strawberries of the season at Baptist churoh Monday 3 to 8 P. M. Worry "Kills lots of people. Then wjiy worry? Send your laundry to , RIce& Arnold. Look for the word "Linen" stamped on them; if it is not there, they are cotton. In fact there are but two or three brands of linen collars sold two for a quarter; and only two Richmond stores sell linen collars at all. WE SELL Straw Hats 1 ufc tut a nastier et yens. PERRY'S pe Gott Children's feet should be properly fitted for the summer's woar. Bring Bras, before soHteg your them to u$. Rice & Arnold. tf. DRUG STORE Barker's Linen Collars because they-- are the best to be found for the price. Linen, and they are stylish and fine They are extensive assortment of all the newest styles Hats for the older men, hats for the younger felHats for every day, hats for dress up, including fine Panamas Who can fit you with a shoe? Sexieft orr. I that Cressett Strawberry Supper. The Ladies Aid Society of the Bapti. t ohuroh will give n strawberry supper in .Un Breck, firs, Hghtnifeg, oy alone the basement oi the ohurchMonday live stock tesuraMe, tf next from 8 to 8 P. M. Admission 25 Order one ot these Jwtoy steaks from cents. .. ,ion Ploe 196. Season 191 1. Agency "writes aH liurnam's Ii As one of the greatest invitations of 4Mf ds. the age, aSpirella corset is foremost and women can VI kinds of bnWfttng material, quick many Madison county 44tf testify to its great worlh. -- I have the ..very. W. W. Breadaus & Co. new models for 1011 now in and can one te Owen MoKee, Rioters and fit you. Also abdominal supporters. &sd boUobs. Othors for dry goods Prices reasonable and your inspection and wky 2 for 25 cents 0c to $5 Mrs. Hallie Deathorage 4t Tli os. A. Hurst Phone 500. me Insurance Co. Write me or phone Spring kmb is hore. Choice cuts at 151 2. Union City, Ky. lyr Cuhon's. set yo. Sbeho, ageat tf is solicited. fr rg tf )vington &. Banks THE STORE FOR QUALITY ... . . ., When in Reed of Bteeksmithteg in any To Lexington. us braocitee. Faming Inptoraeate, Richmond Commandory, No. 10, ..rgies. Carriages, WajRS, Rubber Knights Templars, will go to Lexington s &c, get priees from R. E. Miller, with a goodly number to be present and f. :on City, Ky . take part in the State Conclave, which ef Hoattieky meets thore on the 16th and IS of this mi exquisite oetleetiM Richmond Commandery will V;. Blouocas" and "Hyaefalte" at month. May have headquarters in the Phoenix hotel opera, hottae, Meadevy eveatBg, See this pretty soiree by Uiu "Hill and have arranged for a handsome suite of rooms for those who will go from here. Many ladies, as usual, Mill the local delhjwlion, which will Lost Watch, Btgta nyike, between leae here on the 2 O'etook train next d r i ; on town aad Oaleast, W. C V. mmo-- . Tuesday. m on back swwi im oase. Tjiberal re-- v Old Dominion Portland cement, none Parrish, Rlefe-u- bettor, at W. W. Broaddus. M for return. W. if Ky.. U. VL Uo. "S. 2t t-. Llks Doings. a d, Wanted lectives in Madison ami surrounding .unties to represent us. 2e experience $8.00 o. uired. follow otir iaetmoUons. per day and exponioc. Bootese unh reply. R. Daveapert. Miimtser. 2t Bradford BMg- OovisgMn, Ky. i) Doing Well. sUp W. Have your fetiadry properly done d Bring the summer. Try Rice & ArBoW. They're Here. The peaky Mule house Sy has shown .p unusually early this spring and the On Monday evening, Slay IS, at the : x,ple are begteateg to got the okl ' opera house, an an attractive program, creen doors and have them ready. , consisting of a succession of short buut ten thosand that had beenroest-- g sketches and drills will be presented by on the eeiHng of the Climar efiiee Madison Institute pupils. Tickets on ..I winter, suddenly cane te Mfc when sale al the usual place. 'ip hot son stritok them :itA at ooee To Latonia. :ecame a naicaixac. Grand Mistor Robert Burtam was ( al ton's liitk;aMKe;e is as good as can the guest of honor al a big session of p made. Try some ef it. Latonia Lodge, No. 748 F. &A. Mr last Saturday when fourteen candidates Too Bad. . Mr. John Gibson, who is just back 'from an extended trip to Atlanta and other-pointin Georgia spont much of his time with Mr. W. II. White formerly of this city, but who has been in Atlanta for several yoars as general agent for the state of Georgia for the White Motor Car Co., of Cleveland. Although of the same name, he is no relation to the manufacturers, but is making a great record selling these cars. lie is a sob of John F. While, formorly i ot this cootity, now living in Jessamine. s . was an official visit of Among the members of the local bar, .ware raised. It ilie GrandIaster'and he was tendered rid the coart bouse effietals, there are Banquet at the First Methodist church ' .any sportmen and it seems that thoy i ae " a line of hard luck te go up against During the each term of court. 'uber tern, the Lexington trots are and fall fibbing is good. Then dur-- . the spring races and spring fishing May term is on here and there r.o getting away. city following the initiatory work. Prominent membersof the ordor frnm Covington, Newport and other adjoining Sowns wore present. a ia that Your money's worth tt the strawberry supper Monday 3 to 8 P. M., Baptist church. ' class of recruits will be Another shown thru the mysteries of Elkdom Circuit Court begins Monnost Friday evening. The session will Of day. Civil docket light. close willi a big banquet. Eight candidates are ready for initiatory degrees and tho newly organiced degree team - The second week of tho May term of will haro everything ready for their the Circe it court will be taken up with reception. civil docket, the first case having been tried Monday. Throe murder cases Meet Here. wero trial last wool; and a number of Referee in Bankruptcy, J. X. Suan other commonwealth ' cases wore disdors, and Attorneys John Brown, of Mt. posed of. illiamson, of Vornon and Clarence Fred Johnson, colored, was given a Lexington, were here last week ioihold fino of 535.C0 and ten days in jail for a meeting of the Creditors of A. P. carrying concealed weapons: Avery Gabbard, the Conway morchant who tfuckols, white, $23.00 and ton days in was declared a bankrupt sometime ago. jail for sane olfense: Simpson White, The creditors chose Judge John Chen- - colored, culling in sudden heat and passion S50.00: Jjimes Tribble colored, ault, of this oily trustee. same offense samo fine: Curt Richard Catholic Services. son, ginns liquor to minor, SjJ.uj: Xext Sunday at Su Mark's Catholic Richard Hall, same offense same fine church will be Children's First Holy Jury in the case of Addison Creek- Communion. The services ot the day more for murder, was unable to agree will bogjn with High Mass at 7 A. M. and a new venire of sixty men was At 3 P. M. thore will be sermon and De- sutnmond by the sheriff for a new trial votions appropriate to the occasion. this woek, if a jury can be selected from Tho pastor, Father O'Dwyro will offic- this numbor. Reeso Coatee was acquitted of the iate. On the 22nd, the Bishop for this Diocese. 1U. Itov. Father C. P. Maes, of ohnrgo of murder. Ho killed Brack Covington, will bo hero for Conforma Perkins List fall near Valley View. Tico Sholtpn was given a life sentence tion services. AVm. Pigg, near If you aro going to have a 'party have for the killing of Mrs. Beroa In Jt.nuary. Ricci make your brick cream in that A jury was mado up of the special tf dolicious mannor. sixty veniremen and tho second trial of Addison Cceokmoro was begun shortly Roberts. before" tho noon hour Tuesday. The Roborts, 18 yours of ago Mr. Brnmett jury will go tho caso either Tuesday and a son of tho late Irvino lioberts, afternoon qr Wednesday morning. evening, May C, of apo died Saturday Sexton 1ms Roman Sandal?. plexy, at his homo on Silver CreoK. Ills romains were buried in the Richmond Two Games. cemetery 31ondRy afternoon. Funeral Tho Normal base ball team experienc grave by services wore conducted al tho Rev. O. J. Younsr. Ho loaves a wife ed a run of hard luck last Tuesday and and four ohlldren. . He was a brother of Wednosdaj?at Barboursville, by dropping Burton Roborts. a woll known business two games V.o the team of Union Collego Errors lost for tha Coy, of this county, by small stores. man, and Mrs. C Normal team. Ferris, of Losingtou. and Mrs. Frod ' Inspecting. Remombor the strawborry supper Monday in basement of Baptist church. Sheep Inspoctor YanTBenton and his SECOND WEEK Fine One. William Parrish sold last week to Charlos Dunn, an exceptionally line Rex Peavino colt for $250. It is a yearling and is bred in the purple. Mr. Dunn says ho will make one of the bost show horses out of his new purchase that has been in the country in ' years. Gott Bros, will wool you and pay you for it. tf. Powell. Miss Nancy Powell, aged twenty- threo and a daughter of Mrs. Bctlio Powell, ofFoxtown, died last Tuesday evening at the home of her motherafter a two weeks illness of typhoid fever. Deceased was a particularly bright young woman and her death was a shock to many friends in the community whore she lived. The remains were taken to Brookstown Wednesday for interment. I City Council noias Keguiar Monthly ing Last .Thursday. ,, , . Committees! The committees appointed by the council to solicit funds for the oiling of Meet-- the streets, will consist of the council-me- n themselves and will be divided s follows: For the Court House, Council- men T. S. Todd and Jeff Stone: for the East End, Councilmen Emil Lohraoh and E. Berry; tor the University, T. T. Covington and John Sexton. The above are laid out as precincts and each property owner will be visited. The com mittees were named by Mayor Rice. Misses and children's white duck, high top sheos. Latest out. Rice & Arnold, t A Guarantee-T- o .. , Rheumatics Treatment of Bhemnatism Revolutionized Sirapla Remedy Which is Absolutely Guaranteed. Startling new features are presented In the new remedy called. which has lately- been the subject or wide attention among1 those a2UeteI with "rheumatism and lumbago, gout and neuralgia. Physicians, too. havo fiiven this remedy an approval whleh Dan Breck, fire, The special services at the Christian church began last Sunday morning and and live stock. the audiences filled theauditorium to Cosby. overflowing. The pastor spoke on "The Mrs. Mahalia Cosby, aged Essentials of a Revival Servico," and at night ou "The Downward Steps of a passed away at her home on the Jack's young ifan." The intorost was all that creek road, about nine miles from Richcould be desired. Miss Una Dell Berry, mond last Sunday morning after a sixty-threo, Revival. The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in the council chamber on Thursday eveninsr, May 4. Promptly at 8 o'clock the meeting was called to order by Mayor Kke, all coun cilman being present except Mr. T. T. lightning, cyclone Covington. M:nntas of last meeting tf were read by Clerk A. B. Furls and ap proved. The city officers made their monthly reports. Chief Allman reported 19 arrests dur ing the month, four of them being for drunkenness. II of that number were fined, six. dismissed awl two referred to Circuit Court. S22.K) in fines were col lected and $25 replevied. Collector O'Noll rendered an itemized account showing collections for the month $580.09. Street Commissioner Dearlnger re' ported that he bad expeatled during the month on the streets. Accounts amounting to i2.301.9o were ordered paid. This includes Electric Light bill of 31091.03 for March and April. Mr. W. B. Smith, in behalf of certain citizens on Smith-Ballar- d St., protested against allowing buildings to be erected on that streot to extend out into the street and trespassing on tbe city's line. A committee was appointed jto give attention to the matter. It was also ordered that rock be spread upon that street and rolled andothor repairs made such os are necessary to put condition. it in first-claMessrs. It. J. McKee, W. A. Langford and E. E. McCann were elected Tax Supervisors. Mayor Rice reported that tho Louisville Commercial Club would pay Richmond a visit on Wednesday, May 24. and urged the citizens and especially owners of automobiles to meet them at the station and do the honors of our city. Wednesday, May 10, was called attention to as the opening day of the Blue Grass Base Ball League and upon request Mayor Rice declared a half holiday on that day. Chief Allman was allowed U days leave of absence and $50.00 expense money to attend l meeting of Chiefs of Police of the U. S. to be held In Rochester, Xew York, in June. On motion the council adjourned. $21-1.2- 0 ss ij - 5t John's Day. of Lafayotte, Ind., has charge of tho music and is delighting all with tho interpretation of the gospel.. Be sure to hoar her every nUht this week. She has had several years experience in this branch of Christian service, and all who liavo heard her agree thatho Is a con secrated singer ot the gospel. Noxti Sunday will bo a ' groat day throughout, beginning with the Sunday School hour. Bo sure to attend all these services if possible lingering illness. She was born and reared in Madison county and was well known and widely connected. A faith ful christian, she was a devoted member of the Baptist church and lived a life worthy of emulation. She was the wife of Oliver Cosby and is survived by four ch ildrcn beside her husband. Funeral services wero ducted at tho home Monday by Rev. Richard French and interment followed in the Richmond cemetery. Insurance Agency will bond Wear M & K low shoes, they are . Burnam's you. 43tf best, Sexton has them. ' Proclamation i a When the Ice Man is ate-1-J tr able assistant Boyd Wagors have been busy tho palit week looking over sovoral flocks for a trace of scabies. Under a new ruling of the State Live Slock Commission, no sheep are allowed t6 be moved from one farm to another or to be shipped out of tho county without first undergoing rigid inspection of the county officiil appointed by the Fiscal Court. Both Mr. Benton and Mr. Wagers decjarc that therois very little, if any amng the. flocks of Madisorr . county. i The Blue Grass League season begins May 10th, On that day the sturdy Pioneers will cross bats lfll with the "Windy" Hustlers. The Pioneers have always won the opening game at home and will do the same this year, and in order to give ever' fan an opportunity to "root" for the boys, I hereby designate Wednesday, May 10, 1911, a half Jholiday. Come out and give the team a rousing send off, and cheer them on to victory and the pennant. SAM'L RICE, Mayor The Board of directors of the Madison county St. John's day league met at the office of the President, W. R. Shackelford, on "May 1st to consider the question of this year s annual reunion. A large delegation of Masons from John D Hamilton Lodge, located at Union City was present and extended to the league a most cordial invitation to hold tbe next annual reunion on June 21 at Union City. This invitation was promptly and unanimously accented. Notice is hereby given to all the Masons of Madison county, their families and friends to meet in Mrs. Hamilton's ash groves near Union city, on June 21th. These reunions have heretofore been the most agreeable and pleasant social and fraternal meetings ever held in the county. Several prominent' sneakers have been invited to address the league on subjects appropriate to iho occasion. A band will be present and plenty of seats, ice water and Union City's well known hospitality guaranteed. A perfectly adequate picnic dinner. The league wants everybody to come and bring their baskets. the cheapest. Tho best shoe polish cost no more than Buy the bost. Rice & Arnold. has never been accorded" toother Cecilian Club. Through an oversight tho followlmr notice of the meeting of the Cecilian Olub failed it appear in The Climax last week; The Cecilian Olub met with Mrs: Hale Dean Thursday afternoon with fifteen members present and quite a number of guests. The following program was given: Roll call Opera Singers. Tbe Bartered Bride Smetana. Mrs. Middelton. Duet, Aberon Weber. Misses White and Watts. Waltz Chopin. Mrs- - R R. "Rurnam a .Piano Selections from Die Walkure Wagner. Mrs. White. Paper Orchestra Mrs. Neal Bennett Waltz Straus. Mrs. Kellogg. The club highly appreciated the sou venir loft by Mrs. Eppenhausen Bailey to each member. The next meeting will be tomorrow with Mrs. RobU Bur nam, subject, Wagner. Claims Its Unsafe. Mr. Hale Dean Woods Lucky. . King Gott Bros want your wool at highest price. tf. Painful. Mrs. W. D. Oldham suffered a very slisht wounil at Tferhoine last Week A dynamite explosion would not be necessary to wake you to the fact that a 5TAR or MAJESTIC Refrigerator is .necessary to both health and comfort and a material reduction in your ice bill. They are built with zinc or enamel lining with heavy walls. Prices: while engaged In cleaning house, which came near resulting seriously. In some mannor whie handling a piece of carpet, a rusty 'tack stuck in her hand. She paid no httention to it, until it very panful and'began to swell, when a physician was called. This kind of a wound lit one of the most dangerous. and if not promptly treated will often result serioulily. be-ca- $7.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 . Hunley.' Miss Add e fcj. and. up according to size wanted at her liomd early oil Second uunioy passed nway street at an Sho was forty tour laf t Saturday after, an illness Try Our Easy Payment Plan i v Like ' lasting eighj months. Tou'll It soven years m age and a daughter of the late C. N. Ilunloy. .She was a patient suffi jr, always enduring Iho pangs of an incurable disease without a miirmur ind hor passing into 'the jvvas as peaceful as if tail- Two brothers survive. ing asleep, Messrs. W. S Ilunloy, of this city and O. great beyond West Main Street Xu m& and Higgins, Glyndon Opposite Hotel E. Huni iy,of Oklahqm", - The fafieral servn s werev condaolea Mon? dajaf;ernooij at the Curbtftncfiurch hyBhierE. I BarnaS and the' remains Sreje taken io Lexington Wednesday jaeniiBg for alerment. T rotten and dangerous to those driving Committee on Expenditures in tbe war along and should be looked after be department. The place pays 8125 per fore a ternoie accident occurs. month and it is a signal honor to Mr. To tub Cocsty Judge asd Fiscal Woods that,he was chosen. He has not Your attention has been re Counr. peatedly called to the dancerous con as yet accepted. Hon. Harry McCarty dition existing along tho hill at .Clay's ' editor of the Jessamine Journal was al b erry as regards tne old lence along tho so offered a position under the Congress lower slte of the road down this hill. man, but refused on account of. his As you know this road is very narrow and on One side is a very steep tank business interests atNicholasville. and on too other a sheer drop of from Oil! Oilt 50 to 150 feet, and In case a hose be comes unmanageable hero, there 1s no The action of the council at its last place tor mm to go out down tne n in side. A case in point occurred thcro meeting in regard to raising the neces yosterdaj which calls forth this letter sary money for oiling the streets is An automobile coming up this hill, meeting with tho approval of nearly running very slowly, met a horse and every citizen in tho city. In tho busiopen buggy containing two men and a woman. Tho driver stopped his horse ness sections, the merchants are heartiagainst the fence and a man got out ly in accord with .the scheme and will and.nemituo horse, and as the animal subscribe liberally. If the dry weathor showed no signs of fright the machine will last for a few weeks, the oil can proceded. to pass by.Atter passing, tho drivel- - of the machino heard a crash be put on and soaked in so the rain; jookiDg back could see no will havo no effect on "it. Work should and upon signs of horse, bugsy or occupants. begin now. If the month of May is Tho horse hud evidently plunged or dry and tho oil gets a good stand it will leaned (gainst tho old flimsy fence which gnve way and precipitated the last until winter and just think of. not horse, bobgy and occupants down the hiving a speck of dust f6r five months. cliff-sidThat no one was seriously Fox Chase. hurt of course was a miracle and only art incident, but goes to show tho terri Last Thursday evening one of the ble dangtirous condition that exists at this hill, and unless a good strong fence best runs ever enjoyed by the Madison is built it, is only a matter of short time county fox hunters, took place near until a tefrit'to accident occurs. Fox town. About thirty were present, , Yours very truly, including tho noted hunters Woods, J. H. Dean, i Wado and Arch Walker, of Garrard Wear 'Hopkins straw hats and , you county, Alex Parrish, Jin Kiaetzer, Bill Asher, and one or two other. Th maka nojmistake. , Rice & Arnold. race started about nm o'clock Oa account of intoaa .. The pehformanae occurs at 8 p, m. al lasted until two. tb (ternuri the opera house," "STosday, May 15". friecdly rivalry . . 1 .1 U.JI ThrearH)KHy w)o will wish to we prove xioftt wjoyabk. About a Amm thk Aeligxtftil prof raxi to be gives by Rlobttewl Musi out to witoea i i! MMiCaaM. Madison (toeUtate pupils. e; in a letter to the Ex Mayor Clarence "Woods has been Fiscal Court, claims that tbe fence along tho side of tho road near Clay's offered a 'very lucrative position by Ferry, whore tho cliff is very steep, is Hon. Harvey Helm as clerk of the has produced results almost unbelievable. Not only for fresh, new cases, but also for long: chronic and serious cases has It proved one of the most remarkable remedies ever produced. It has the unique feature of "signaling" to the patient by means of peculiar symptoms, the progress of uric acid elimination. C. n. Farso, ot WaraaTT, X. says: "I had rheumatism about term yemrm. mtarted by Gcorse, Inanil I side of six ireeks, I iraa eared." C T. IVattOas, also of Warsaw, X. aayai "I aoffercd with terrible rhenmatlsm for Ave years, all crippled up for daya and at a time. I kessn takjaar -F felt an ImprOTement within two daya, and two bottlea cored me. My case was a bad one." Is guaranteed as to results. Many of the most terrific cases imaginable have been quickly conquered by lta peculiar, powerful, yet safe action, in two or three weeks. la absolutely free from opiates or dangerous drugs. Bead about lta wonderful action is the circular packed In every carton. Bead the guarantee. at.your druggist's at S1.M Get a bottle. If yon are satlafled with It. as you will be. get 6 bottles foe and get rid Of your affliction. If your druggist can not supply yon, it will be sent on receipt of price by the Medicine Co, 2715 Lincoln ATa, Chicago. 111. The first bottle will convlneo every sufferer. I'V -F -F -F -F rhea- -' xnatlo treatments. Dr. C. "W. Beson. prominent In Oklahoma and the Southwest for his success In the treatment of rheumatism, states that he Is willing to stake his professional reputation on the fact that will cure even Incurable cases. STOCKTON & SON Baskett-Rino. More Room, Co., The Richmond Electric & Power purchasedlast Wednesday from Elmer Deatherago a large tobacco barn adjoining its power house property with a view to enlarging the plant. The barn was'used last season by the Madi son Tobacco Warehouse Co., The price paid was $700. It is 52 x 120 feet. Powell. The Holdenville (Okla) Democrat has the following account the death of Mrs. Carrie Powell Rogers, which will be of interest to many Madison county people; On Wednesday afternoon, at tho Baptist church, ' occurred the f services of Mrs. Carrie Powell Rogers, who died at her home in this city, Friday morning, April 25, after an illness of little more than a week-- . MrsKogers was the daughter of W. G. Powell and came to Oklahoma with her parents from Richmond, Ky., in 1903. On the 10th of March, 10U she -. ti :- . t was itiarrieu1 to jar. juuios liogers. assist Indian Agent, of this city. Probably no death that has taken place 55re has affected the whole community more deeply than. . thte one. Mr. Sogers, having resided her since early childhood, was knows m. one. of sou popular firk te HeUenville. Ber uMy, tovlnf (eiperiRMt Btad wHk. & wtwt umff ar. 1- A special from Nicholasvillo says: Miss Kate Ringo, tho attractive daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ringo. of Richmond, and Mr. Fred E. Baskett, a prominent young business msa, were married this afternoon at theresldence of the officiating minister. Elder W. S. Irvin. The marriage is the culmination of a romance which began several weeks ago when Miss Ringo was em ployed by Mr. Baskett as a clerk ia his The restaurant and confectionery. acquaintance soon ripened into love and the wedding occurred about two months Good buggy for sale cheap. from the time they first met. The Z. M. Boen. bride was formerly a member of the mayl0-2- t Bis Hill Ave., City. Climax force. . Bright and Clean Floors It is so easy and so inexpensive to keep any kind of finished fioor surface as bright and clean as new if you occasionally rub it over with i LAmVsmUmM -- Nt BMktwiH i 1 i btwn torJvoie vm Uaitd oooststent mm I W tm to age ai mot i ... m vm k. TOrtlln. Ja " ntutraf MM i a t tf PERRY i AtmettHccmeats FOR SHERIFF CALLOUSES COMPOUND We ore nuthorircd to announce ELMER a i ens apienaia uure tor mem DEATHERAGE a candidate for Sherift of flfiH All Fnn Tpft!lhl. Madtsou county, subject to tje action ot Democratic parts announce TOllX E. nn niitrinrl7cl njtnwiv nsubject in fnr Sheriff oforMad A compound callous Is tbe secondary the stage when it grows Inward and press to the action ison county, Democratic parts-- . es on the nerves, causing intense pain. TV nn- - nnthnrized to announce X. B. IOVRMsi ranrilrtAlp fnr Sheriff oi Madison Callouses never cure themselves but ountv. enhject to the action Of the Demo-eroti- c always get worse, someUmes irrltaUng party. the whole nervous system. The follow W nn niitlinriyofl in nnnnutire 21. H. ing ia a most effective and COLVEK a candidate for Sheriff of Madispeedy cure "Dissolve two son couutr. subject te the action of the Democratic party. tablespoonfuls of Caloclde announce MVnm iinlw mitltnrlzral In in a basin of hot water. VAN It llRXmN a candidate for SlieriJl Soak the feet In this for oi laaiKOU county, snnjeci iu tut onwi of the Democratic party. full fifteen minutes, gently SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT massaging the Eore parts. (Less time will not give the We ore authorized to announce BEN JA feu MIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for desired results.) The sorerwrtntendetit of Public Schools Of Madison ness wiU disappear Imme county, subject to Uie action of the Demo cratic party. diately and the callous can be easily W are atitlinrizMl la nimounce Will. S, peeled off. Repeat this for several Brock a candidate fox Superintendent of nights. A little olive oil rubbed "Into Ihiltlic SchnoLq nf Madison County, sub ect to the act ton of the Democratic party skin is very beneficial." This' Caloclde is a very remarkable FOR JAILER preparation for all foot ailments. Varp ntitlmrlzMl fnannouncc'MORGAX TAYLOR a cajidtdftte far Jaiierof JIadison Bunions, corns and ingrowing nails get county. EiiUiect to the action of the Demo Instant relief and are soon cured. Bad cratic party. smelling and sore feet need but a few FOR ASSESSOR treatments. Caloclde is no longer con W are authorized toaimoanceGEORGE XOLAXD a camthtale for .Assessor of fined to doctors' use. Any druggist has MuihVon County txiuiect to tlie action ot it In stock or will quickly get It from the Democratic iarty. his wholesale house. A twenty-fiv- e W nrp nuilinrisMl tA nnnbulice W. "F. cent package Is usually enough to put J ARM AX a candidate for AseeaSorof Madison county, pubject to tlie 'action of the the worst feet in fine condition. It Democratic iwrty will prove a blessing to persons who We are authorized to announce RUFUS have been vainly trying ineffectual a candldnte for Assessor of JENKINS naaifion county suujectioineeciion oi uic Ublets and foot powders. Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK t. r nD..&r HIS GOOD FORTUNE. county sulifrct to the action of Madison Democratic party When He Had to Work He Started a Dainty Rolling Mill. I was just entering upon my thirty-fourt- h So Deceptive year when, owing to the failure Many Richmond People Fall to of my wife's father, 1 found myself obliged to make a living. Realize ibe Seriousness. n wondered where all the I Backache is so deceptive. came from, and now I deIt comes and gos keops you guess steel rails to go Into the business of termined ing. supplying them to railroad companies. thoti ourc iL Learn the oatis Having learned through careful inquiNine times out of Ma it .comes from ry that nearly all of them were made the kWuoys. in rolling mills, I persuaded the owner Tfcat's why Dr Obsn's Kidnoy Pills of a bankrupt Iron foundry to convert It Into a rolling mill. Then I went to are so asieative. We prasant the following case as a good reliable machinery man on the next block and told him to send me proof of their merits. some of the very best rolling mill mars. Blla Bles. 180 Georgetown St., chinery that he had in bis store. Ky., ssys; "My faith in Lexington, Meanwhile my noble wife had not Dsae's Kidney Pills has not dimished been idle, and by the time I was in the Imal stoae I publicly recommend ready to begin operations she had Ined titem in 10M). I suffered for a num duced several of tho most brilliant wober of years from kidney disease. 1 had men in society to agree to buy all pains in my tack, espeutally severe at their steel rails of us. Touched by unselfish devotion, I clasped her niirht and as the result I could not rest her my arms, while the tears coursed well. Headaches aad dizzy spells were In down my cheeks. eoaaos, and I felt miserable most of Then I called on a railroad presithe time. The pias in my back and dent, told him that I desired to bethrough my kidneys ofton prevented come self supporting and asked him to me from dofr my housework and al buy some of my rails. He told me to tbeugh,! triad all kisds of liniments and deliver a basketful to his place of tmstflfs, 1 heoame no beUer. A friond, business every Saturday night. Greatly elated over my prospects, 1 who had used Doao's Kiuuey Tills with working-me- n geed results finally advised me to try called together a number of whom I found idle on the streets thew aed I pcoeHred a supply. They and directed them to make some nice helped me (NMTthe first, and by the steel rails without delay and take time 1 tad taken the ctwteats of five them around to the kind railroad presboxes I was wIl." ident. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Rejoicing at the prospect of steady PncUer.Milbnru Co.. Utiifalo. employment, the workingmcn hastened nontfi New Yorfev Bole agwita for the United to obey, and the rails that they made States. my direction proved so durable R?ember the name Doan's and underin a very short time I had all tho that take ne other. orders tn4t I could filL I attribute much of my success to Addams! Addams! So Say the fact that eacb rail is delivered to the customer tastefully wrapped In We All, Gentlemen! tissue paper fastened with pink ribbon. Delineator. SnKI.BTVII.I.E AVKRT1SU1KNT VHOH - DEMON SHIPS. Vessels That Seemsd to Bs Moved by Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. Tlje Northwestern Mutual Liie In surance Co., will loan money at 5 per cent Interest on good Improved farm lands on Mortp'e- Apply to J. C Chenanlt, Atty. )tf A Welcome Change 'vnr.V chimney as the men are coming m from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable horne. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing fire. Your wife can escape this with a New Perfection Oil Cook-stove. rnrlincr nn from . the fatTnllOUSe . "or than any A New Perfecboa keeps a kitchen many degrees coolersaves tune, does all a coal or wood range can do. It o&or range, yet it labor aad fuel No wood to cut; no coal to carry; no ashes; no soot With lie New Perfection oven it is the best cooking device you can End anywhere. Oili&alfcSieSBf 2X3 3 bursal, wuh Vni. Made with tnrqoooe blue enuacfed diinineyi. Hnd- ww oodf lump? uroasnow. wkh or wihort-be hd burner tiorci cabinet Uo. viiich u fated wilh drcp ibeJret, towel rmcU,d. Dolen fYtrywUres er write for docrip-ti-n orcaUr t liie ixarat agencr ot the .2ai cu iwa ' l " Standard Oil Company Incorporated ) Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, and Feathers that you. bring. Remam-le- r we py the highest prices. "We Inry Hides I Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have Gin-ser.- fr had-ofte- M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY House Cleaning Time Is Here That means that you are going to pull down those tear up that old Matting or old Drugget and make a general overhauling all over the house and replace the old with new furnishings. We are prepared to refurnish your home from kitchen to attic Lace-Curtain- s, th i Spirit of Destruction. There U an old Cornish legend of a phantom iship which is seen in or off Porthcurjio harbor and which, unlike most ghjists, has a terrifying habit of pursuig any Tessel which it sights. If it cajches Its vktim there is a collision, but no roar of inrushlng water. 2X the moment of contact the ghost ship vanishes Into tbln air, and the puzzled crew of the other vessel rub theirj eyes m terrified amazement To anjf one who knows the legend the vessel that saw the phantom ship Is, howeter, doomed. Before the next New' Year's day she will be sunk In collision frith another vessel or a rock. One winders wliether the original of this phantom at all resembled that notable and appropriately named yacht SatanltaH The Satanlta was a fine and very powerful cutter, which originally belonged to Mr. C D. Clarke and after-war- d to Sir Maurice Fitzgerald. The Sitanlta was a bard weather craft but let tho breeze be the least heavier than she liked and she would be seized with what seemed more Hko demoniacal possession than anything else, and even with four men hanging on her holm she would sometimes take charge nnd rush right up into the wind. She was the cause of several serious accidents,, the worst of which happened a( the Mudhook club's regatta in 1S04. On that occasion she was behaving in.' the most perfect fashion when suddenly and without the slightest warning.she flung all control, and, Just as a race horse will sometimes "sa'vage" nn opponent, she dashed In a mad fury nt Valkyrie II. and sank her like a stone. Well was the Satanlta called the "demon" yacht But it Is not only sailing ships that act at times In a strange and unac countablu fashion. Some years ago the British warships Pique, Mutlne, Ro sario and Britomart entered Kluklang harbor taid dropped anchor in single file. PnisenUy a steamer which had been discharging her cargo unan-chore- d and began to steam,out She wn3 Just abreast of the war ships when she suddenly made straight for the Pique. The warship's olncers and men saw the man at the iiteamer's wheel doing all he knew to keep her off, but she flatly refused 'to answer her helm and went crashing Into the Pique, smashing hep boats nnd uavns. After cleariug her she went for the Mutlne, but luckily did not strike her full, nowever, she carried the Ma tine's bowsprit clear away. Not yet satisfied, she madc rush at the bat by superhuman efforts on pre both ships the mad steamer-wa- s vented ' from doing more than graze the third warship. Something of the same kind was seen In the Thames a few years ago when the British steamship Poplar, turning- - to enter her dock, was struck and cut down to tho water line by the French vessel Cordilleras. She at once began to AH, and the captain or dered foil speed ahead for the purpose of beaching her. Instead of making for tho beach tho Poplar made a sudden rush In a great circle ont Into the river, smashing Into everything she came across. Then, as if filled with a spirit of revenge, she made for the vessel which had so terribly damaged her. The Cordilleras tried in vain to get out of the way, but the Poplar smashed Into her, damaging her so severely that shs, too, had to be beachefl. rearson's Weekly. Bo-6arl- o, Richmond, Ky. r The Grand Stand Among WideAwake Americans That's where you see Adler's Collegian ? aMwswaHai C!T!lTiTO T. R. Pennington Dentist. Clothes ? well-dresse- d, men-who-kno- In every gathering of w Office next door to Government buil J Ing Richmond, Ky. Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Telephonj2G7 Office in Oldham Building manly at work or at play This famous make is easily recognized There are many reasons why you, too, should wear Adler's Collegian Clothes First, they offer the most for your money In them you get the very best style and each garment is made to fit, Really Fit You have a choice of patterns and shades in Adler's Collegian materials that no other clothes can offer And the long wear they afford the way each garment holds its shape to the end makes them a real economy - :::::: R Emmett Million Successor to liurcin & Trust Company Orer State TKIiEPHONE 296 DENTIST Banr id Benu.-t-i & Denny Harry M Blanton, ,nlj ce Bui.. 'DENTIST ifci.l'io.iE is i . H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work 9 Specialty. Office in Bank Building. a GREENLEAF & HERR1NGT0N Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House Prices e $15 to $25 Aitobhkyat-Law- , Other Good Makes $ 10 to $15 iUOHMOND, KENTUCKY. hce over btate Bank & Trust Co., Court House, on Main Street. 9 James & Hunley 9 "Will buy or sellyour bouse, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services are needed. "We represent iron bound reInsurance Companies member this. THE ROYAL Home of Good Clothes Corner 2nd and Main J. 5; Stanifer, Proprietor Bmhry t Company The Leading Specialty House Dr, G H, Mainhart Graduate McKlllIpp Veteilnai) ...liege of Chicago. Ill First Price Reductions In "Women's and Misses' We Need Space for Large 5ummer Stocks . Veterinary Surgeon Res. Phone Office at J. B. Azbill's Stable Office Phone 99 532 J Richmond, Ky Furniture, Carpets, Stoves at the lowest possible cost, consistent with good quftkly An early inspection of our present showing will prove to you that our prices are right :::::::: & Higgins Picture Frames Made to Order Luman , Ocwail Hotel Glyndon Richmond Through Service to Louisville Daily Except Sunday, Commencing May 1 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES 11:30 as Is thare a Demoerat but believes that if Senator McCreary gets the Gubernntmnal noBitBatien, the chances of his party's success will be in doubt? Is it Mt the part of 'wisdom, therofore, for him to turn to some one who can bring the people to victory? William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a candidate Place your banner in his hands and he ttill give you the hope and onthusiasm that must land us all winners. A few weeks since we were left fioundorin; feeling that there were none to make an active fight to oppose Senator McCreary far the nomination, but since the manly stand aad clean cot statements of Mr. Addams, our doubts are at last thrown asMe and hope has takon the place of our doubts ia our party success. There be times when our darkost periods are just beforo the dawn, and Domocracy in Kentucky- - appears to have passed through them. From now on every one should feel, with suoh a man as Addams to lead, that success must surely come. Mr. Addams has a number of relatives and friends fn "Old Shelby," and, though his county is near Mr. McCreary's district yet it can be turned to the Harrison county, man who can land the party triumphant in November. Let us stop our party biokerings. Addams is a man we can unite upon, and let us all, therofore, got together and be for Addams. Let the part' slogan be, "Party success," and Mr. Addams .will be selected. He is the man of the hour, the man yon want, the man you need, the man you must have. r So sny we all! Addams! Addams.' Addams. - DINNER GUESTS. H. Q. DOTY, SURVEYOR solioago of those its patron needing ser- Tailored Suits and Silk Dr esses 50 Handsome Trimmed Suits, $35 Values up to $75 Bad Enough to Be Late, but to Be Too Early Is Unforgivable. SM am Lv. 6M am Lv. Lv. pa 20 pm 722 am Lv. 236 756 am BEATTYVILLE IRVINE RICHMOND VALLEY VIEW NICHOLASVILLE VERSAILLES 8cl8 am Lv. 3:36 pm So55 am Lv. pra 9t45 am Ar. &2S pm 12sl5 pm Ar. 45 FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE Ar. 2:45 pm 9:45 pm Ar. 1:25 pm 825 pm Ar. 1220 pm 6:55 pm Ar. 11:44 am 6:19 pm 2 am 5:57 pm Ar. Ar. 10:45 am 520 pm Lv. 9:55 am 4:30 pm pm Lv. 7:40 am 11-22.-0- Feel lanquid, weak, run downt Headache? Stomach "off" Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. Siok lioadaclio results from a disordered condition of the slemacli, and can be cured by the use of Chamberlain's Try r Stomaeh and Liver Tablets. Sale by Stockton & Son. AM trams are daily except Sunday and carry through coache to and from Loultville. Train arriving Louisville 625 pm and leaving Louis vSe 7:40 am runs .via ShelbyviHe. Other trains run via Lagrange. White Hall. See your Local Agent for Full Particulars 1 W ALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! order for the coming season. Do 3'ou want a change from the .regulation things you have seen for years ? We are lired of them and we think you must be. We have been looking for something different and better, and we have found them. Come in and see these new things You ,will be as ". pleased as we are. Now is the time to put your house iu No Exposure For Him. The member "of ihe legislature of whom some graft stories had been circulated was about to build a house. "You will want a southern exposu, Mr. ?ohn McQuearty, of Crab Orchard, I suppose?" asked the architect is visiting Mr. Andrew House. "Xo, sir!" said the man. 'Tf yoa Mrs. John PoweH's school dosed last can't build this house without any exposure I'll get another architect" Friday. Yonkers Statesman. Jiev. Pence, of Jessamine, preached Sunday morning and night at Mt. No Weight Heductlon In Prospect Pleasant, although tlier day "was vory Mr, Neryee Will you be mine? disagreeable, still he had a good size Miss Plnmpleigh You ask so much. Mr. JCervee I know It, but yoa don't audience and ljecan certainly burn Gods message deep into the hearts Ipf teem. to be getting any smaller. Boston Transcript . his hearers. The farmers will Te tele planting com as the raltfihas detained them in plowing, there is" much 'ground yet tq be broken. The flbhlng season has .begun at the river, one man caught a 40 pound cat fish last week on trot lino. Brother Martin brought bis wife and two children with him the fourth Sun day, they visited Mrs. B. F. Dcathorage while here. Mrs. Axie Miller, Barbourville is visiting her sister, Mrs". Eugene Todd, also her mother and .father, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Blaclc, of Btojimond. Several White Hall pcoplo went to town and enjoyed Jiearing the spaach oi llnam JennlngSiBryan, Mfcs. Will Deaiherage spent" Sunday with hor sister, Mrs. Gorderr-Burgl- vices of a competent man. Address, should never be late at a duel or a RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, dinner. Tardiness .Is unpardonable, but the converse is also true. If it is an offense to be late it Is unforgivable to be too early. This refers solely to N- the dinner, since duels arp affairs of the past South Bpund. Ovcrhaste may be flattering, but it Is No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives also inconsiderate. ' If the dinner Is and Departs 12;05 a. m. Mid-nigImportant enough to be called a "funcNo. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Dei house in which it is givtion" and the parts C;30 a. m. m en is sufficiently large to be rated as a mansion the early guest may find No. 1, Louisville to Beattyvllle a hostess still in her maid's hands. If Arrives 12:20 p. m. Departs 12:22 instead a cottage and a simpler repast No. 87. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Armay herself await one the housewife A Out of Water. rives 11:02 a. m. Departs 11:31a. m be putting tho last necessary touches Many peoplo think that fish when to the salad. In cither case the hostess taken out of tho water die because an- No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. feels a warm personal approval and nas a fatal effect on thorn. The real Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. an ability for self praise if the coming reason, however, Is that their delicate No. 37. Richmond to Louisville via guest Is a little tardy. Should the soup gill filaments or membranes become Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. bo cold or tho roast dry it is not her dry and stick together, bo that no air fault: she was on time? can pass between thein. Thus they No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Can anything be more harassing than lose tho power to Imbibe necessary Arrives 0:55 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m type of joxygen, and the circulation of their No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Staf the woman who always comes half an blood stops. The painful gasping of a ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs hour early and always wants to fish out of water Is nature's effort to 7:20 p. m. "help?" Can anybody worship one's free tha passage through the filaNorth Bound household gods, turn away the nicks, ments. JNo. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives display the gleaming side in the proand Doparls 4:16 a. m. faning presence of a comparaUve Hop Pillows For Insomnia. stranger? A despairing hostess said Georgi III. derived great benefit No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and recently: from th'p hop pillow prescribed for him 5 Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. 'When I have Just men coming I by Dr. Willis after other sedaUves and Departs 0:25 a. m. spend my soul on the cooking; when drugs hitd failed, and a similar remedy It's women I put. my extra efforts into was eminently successful In 1871 with No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville burnishing the house; when it's both his lata" majesty King Edward VII.,' Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 I almost kill myself, and when they then Prince of Wales, who was suffer- io. 23. louisviue to Richmond via come too early I want to He down and ing froci typhoid fever. London TeleRowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. die." " graph. No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati Ar"The quality of mercy Is not strained." It applies even to giving one's rives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m, Bight on the Job. prospecUve hostess ample leeway for A pufll had been naughty all day, No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives preparaUon. Falling this, invitaUons and the teacher sent him a note or3:00 p. m. may soon be written, "At 7, and please dering him to stay after school. The No. 4. Beattyville to Louisvillo be late!" Youth's Companion. ' boy wrdte an answer on his slate sayArrives 1:55 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m ing: "Dere Teacher Except the oner "with" pleasure. Always keep ml en- No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar-- . Not at All Private. In the trial of a case recently In one gagements' with the ladies. Will be rives and Departs 5)10 p. m. of the English courts a witness was at the ti'Istlng place at 4 p. m." ArgoNo's 31, 37, 33, 37, 34, 23, 3S, 32 are asked to repeat a conversaUon that naut Daily trains. No's 71, J, 3," 9, 10, 2, 70, she had with her husband. ObjecIt Is cf no use to wait for our ship 4, daily Except Sunday. tion was made that the question should not be answered because the to come in unless we have sent one J. P. RUCKER, Act Mit Anon. conversaUon was private in Its nature. The Judge then asked the witness whether anybody except herself and husband' was present She replied that her mother and .the husband's mother were, whereupon the Judge remarked: "It appears that both mothers-in-lawere present I shall therefore rule that the conversation was public." It is an accepted aphorism that one Styles In Teeth. Tcarlj teeth are not the fashion everywhere. One firm of artificial teeth manufacturers have to keep in stock molars of every shade "of color from white to black. There Is a steady demand for black teeth for Slam, Java, Batavla and Burma, where the natives chew the betel nut, which blackens tho teeth. For Persia the teeth must be absolutely milk white. Jtecently an order was received from Bhavnagar, in India, for some bright ?ed and blue artificial teeth. Smoker.' teeth are regularly supplied to dentists In shades tq match those which have been discolored, by nicotine. 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