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RICHMOND!, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 191 To Vanceburg. . 1 , I "ft NUMBER 4S- lakes of the Mmm Baking Easy Some Work. Postomccs of the 3rd class, will be mighty busy places throughout the month of May. The Dept. at Washington has issued orders for an exhaustive and nccurato, count of every piece of mail matter handled at PostoIIlces throughout tho country. This means a gigantic under taking for an office like tho Richmond office. It will causo double work and make delays unavoidable. All outgoing mails will 'havo to bo closed earlier and all incoming mail will necessarily requiro mora timo in opening, to permit of the count being thoroughly and accurately made. This is the first time in tho history of the local oflico that such a movo has been made by the Department and it means that Postmaster General Hitchcock is making the best official' tho country has had in a long time. For sometime it has been a yearly duty to weigh all mails, and this new idea is just another way of ascertaining Just how much Uncle Sam is doing on the books. Pay Your License. Many of tho Automobilo owners of Richmond and Madison county must come across next month wUh their state license, according to a statement sent out Isst week by Secretary of State Bruner. About 1,500 will fall due the middle of June.- - According fo the records, of tho department at Frankfort 8.970 owners in Kentucky paid license last year. According to those figures and averaging each machine in the stale to be worth 1,000. it can bo seon that tho enormous sum of nearly 38,000. 000 is tied up in automobiles in the Old Commonwealth. Of this amount between $40,000 and 850,000 is represented by autoes in Madison county. L. R. BLANTON Sole Agent for the Celebrated 5parks Stott, Normal school faculty went to Vance- burs last week, where ho delivered the commencement address before the High School of that city. It Is quite a compliment to this gifted scholar. Prof. Roscoo GHmoro v THE STEARMS & First One, Tlio first excursion to Lexington via the L. & X. and L. & E. took a pretty good crowd over last Sunday to witness the ball game between Richmond and Lexington. A special rate of $1.00 for the round trip was the chief 11 FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW r ( (MME GN EVERY CEtlUINEMJiTTPZSZ Lime for HAVE TO White Washing TELEPHONE 85 Bridges Coming. Prof. Bridges and family will como from Lancaster the (latter part of this month and lake up their abode in Richmond, where the well known educator has been elected to succeed Supt. Coates, of the City schools, Prof. Riley, of Georgia, has been chosen by the Lancaster School Board to succeed Prof. Bridges. BUYFAWriBriANlD: FOR, whatSinsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST k POWDER ihm only baking nowifar mafia from Royal Graam Hard Luck. Col -- Bill" Grinder and Joe Giunching liani journeyed to Beattyvillo last week in tho hope of having some fine sport just below the lock in tho Kontucky river "with tho whito perch and bass, but the water and weather conditions were bad and they were dlsapointed. They wero-- able to purchaso a supply however for ono Rood meal at home. Dan Breck. - fire, lightning, and live stock insurance. oydlono LOOK AND READ?rWiBmB3 IN 6 GUAANXEE THAT !S HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE Absolutely Pure Cream mf urn Tartar HQ ALUM,M LIME PHOSPHATE Wash those Pimples Off. Catarrh Quickly Cured by a Pleasant, Germ-Killin- 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 fabrics for spring and summer. Use D. D. D. that mild, soothing wash, that rocognized remedy for Eczema and all skin troubles. First drops take away that awfuT burning itcb, cleanse the skin wash away every pimple every impurity. Nothing like 1). 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Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Voilles, etc in a wide variety of pieces to choose smart up-to-da- Ho was con-v- rubber, and can easily bo carried in don to him this time. ted of unlawfully selling whisky and pocket or purse. It will last a lifetime. fined 8100 and forty days in jail, tin Into this inhaler you poura few drops now that summer is of magical HYOMEI. lie;:e and fishing is good. This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauze within, and now you-arready to Chinn Here. d breathe it in ovor tho An interesting spectator at tho base-- , membrane, whero it will speedily begin ball game last Thursday between Prank-fo- rt its work of killing catarrh germs. and Richmond, was J. Morgan HYOMEI is made of Australian eucalyChinn, a candidate for the Democratic ptus combined with other antiseptics, nomination for Clerk of tho Court of and is very pleasant to breathe. Appeals. Ho defeated his present opIt is guaranteed to cure catarrh, bronponent several years ago for tho place chitis, sore throat, cronp, coughs and Mr. colds or money back. It cleans out a and. is anxious for reelection. Chinn is an enthusiastic baso ball fan stutfed-u- p heap in two minutes. and. rooted for Frankfort, his home Sold by B. D. Middlcton and druggists team. Back in 00 '01 and '92. Chinn everywhere. Complete outfit, includwas a twirlcr of ability, playing with ing indestructible pocket inhaler and tho Harrodsburs team- - At that timo ono bottle ef nYOMEI, 1.00. And Dan McGann, who afterwards became if you need a second bottle of suoa a national sta,, was behind tho HYOMEI, it will cost only 50 cents. bat for tho Mercor team. o germ-infeste- The little Hyomel (pronounce it ) inhaler is made of hard Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; Mt nly because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. 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Ho has a number of beautifully shaped tomahawks, indtan clubs, a handsomo pearl and bones of perhaps somo Indian Ch'Kf, whoso body was carefully laid to rest in this special tomb. He will continue excavating and it is likely many other wonderful discoveries will bo made. . . 5am Unlucky. -- Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 te from :::::: We.Seli The fox hunters of Madison county will regret to learn that Mr. Sam of Versailles, tho noted hunter and fancier of fox dogs, has just suffer- Wool-dridg- e, N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND is the only emulsion tated. The reason is plain it's the best Insist upon having Scott s it's the world's standard flesh and strength builder. imiALL ORUCCISTS ed the loss of his prize dog, NelL whoso death occurred last week. Sho was valued at 5500 and is the winner of many, valuablo cups as well as purses Several of her prodigy is owned in this county. 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The personal property ol Major IVells Dwelling house of sovoa rooms on WoodFrank Staler, the old timer, of Frank A. K, TValker, and A. "W. Kavr.naugjj, s. sold very well last Wednesday. Mr. land Ave. House is new, will be com fort, who wits prominent fin the ball were in1 Richmond Saturday on bual-nesMrs. Anna Adams has been Wells will move to Richmond and pleted June 1st Apply to Mrs. Eliza field in the OO's, was up to try and t- f visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Arnold, conduct liis farm near Jtcd House. Lackey or Bowen Lackey. checrhls teijn to .victory. He is the of Richmond. Sheep brought $6.50, milch cows, grades, well inown 'distiller. Watch Out, sold lor from $50 to $60. Tho many friends of Mrs. Waldo Mr. Ciareltce S. Brown, of Louisville The local organization, of the Humane was here llist week the guest of Air. Gwynne will rejoice to know that her Society, has recently come into Central KenFarmers throughout Allen Zarinir. Mr. Brown is state agen, injuries are no worse, which she sustucky have had n busy week and possession of muuh damaging evidence for tho QidiUac automobile and has tained in a smash up on last Wednes' it is time, thousands ol nores of corn havo been against violators of thtse laws and thoro pr ispectlve buyers in these day, whilo driving with her husband. planted. The acreage to be devoted will sure be some prosecutions if con several AJone in her left arm was fractured' parts, to this important staple will be a large ditions ire not changed. and she was bruised by being thrown Mr. John Conway left Monday for McKLL'S one and the work of getting the !eed in heavily to the ground. It was a narrow Will Have Lights. Oakdalo, Tnn., where ho will resumo '. tn ihB ground is only yet about one half escape from serious injury. Sam McMillan, the electrician, has his position with tho Mason & Hanger completed. Drs. Clarence H. Vaught and H. C. Wheal fieWs present a promising out just completed a very fine job of wiring Co. Ho wis in Eastern Kentucky the Jasper have returned from Louisville, line look and !oodrtlons in this sootlon, as the colored City School building. Tie past fall ar.d winter with this firm, where they attended tho annual meetcompared to one year aro. are much commencement exercises of the school Miss Ma)y Dan Harberson, Iho sweet were held at night this year and the singer, who delighted Richmond au ing of the Kentucky Railway Surgeons more oeou raging. Dr. Vaught was again Association. Itluegrass is heading out and the seed Board of Education decided to have tho diences sdrcral weeks ago, is now in Treasurer of the organization Versailles jin a series of" revivals with elected short, owing to the cold building wired. stalks are unanimously, a position of trust he has Indian evangeweather whloh continued into the present Pure country lard lOcts per pound by Ite v. Wright, Dr. held ever sinco tho organization. . mealh. the can, this week onlv, at C. C. list. Jasper was placed on several important Rain in abundnnoe is nojdcd throught Culton's. At the Presbyterian church last S un committees. oufv section in C Mitral Kentucky, and day Mr. H. B. Van Valkenburg, who The many friends of Mrs. Warren Better Conditions. fa oners xre hopeful for an early dawn has been t. missionary to China for tho to Richmond. Jackson, of Greenville. Miss., formerly pew. Merchants of Richmond claim that church,, delivered two very entertaining Miss Mary Bates Shackelford, of this to FlouncBe prioa, for wool Gott since the L & N has established tho talks, morning, and ovening, Mr. Van city, will ho grieved to learn of a very .High art cash line thru to Louisville via the L & A Valkenburg teaches in the Boys school tf. . Bros. ing colors unfortunate accident which befell her and Frankfort tho shipments of freight at Hong Kong. last Friday, )vhllo in the act of board havo been more prompt and a great deal SENSE OF DANGER. Miss Sara Irvine Coy and her guest ing a street car. An automobilo crashof delay has been done away with. If Miss Ernestino Duff, of Campbell-Hagerma- a ed into tho car, throwing Mrs. Jackson Muslin Joveloped to a Marked Degree In Men tho good work continues, Richmond College, have returned to and hor husband heavily lo the ground WhoWork In Mines. will profit greatly by the change school after a short visit to Blythewood, She sustained a broken nnklo and was There is something nbout mines that Thoro has been considerable less wor-cy- - the counjry home of Mr. and Mrs."C. C. badly bruisedj but fortunately Mr. is Lowest Our jppcals to the superstitions of man Best Our in Richmond and Madison county Coy. Miss Duff is a ncice of tho late Jackson was uninjured. Mrs. Shackel kind, writes T. Lane Carter In the Mining and Scientific Press. One of than for some time. More people every James M". Duff, the noted philanthropist. ford loft Friday for Greenville to be the most marked effects be has noticed week are bringing their laundry to Rico Tho homo talent play, "National with her daughter. in men who have spent most of their & Arnold. Tr&ubadours" with ono hundred local Tho Silver Tea given by Mrs. J. M. life in mining Is a sense of danger that celebrities will bo given at the Opera Pontz, Mrs. Torry Hagan and Mrs. II. suddenly comes over them. For Sale. House on tno 25th of this month under L. Perry, "Some would call this faculty the at the beautiful new homo of Having decided to go lo California the auspices of tho Christian church, the sixth sense, be writes. "If you asked latter in Rurnamwood, was a most - will sell my property, known as the the proc:eds to go to the buildicg of tho a miner how he knows there Is somedelightful affair. Tho houso so well 2t thlns wrong be will reply that he feels Hobson building next to postoffice. Il now church. arranged for cntcrtainiug was gracefully of has 18 rooms with bath and instantan It I had a remarkable Illustration On tto evening of May Cotb, the decorated with spring flowers, snow, this a few years ago. eous wator heater, and steam heat. Lpcctacular entertainment to be given "I was walking along a main drift throughout. Gas and electric lights. by the members of tho Christain church, balls, lillies, dog wood, ferns and palms Miss Dot Perry stood at tho door and with a mine captain, a man who had Lot extends back to Irvine street with will be un event of much importance. watchfully saw tho silver dimes fall in On Monday the Supreme Court of the been working In mines for over forty buildings on that street. This brings in One hundred characters are used and the basket, whilo Misses Mary Catherine, United States rendered a decision, years, having started as a lad In the from $1,200 to 1,500 per year. For the big opera house stage will present a Suddenly be delivering the mines of Cornwall. White, Julia White, Mary D. Pickels Chief Justice While futher information call on very olaborato appearance. The name and Eleanor Hagan served tho guests Editor opiate, that the Standard Oil Co. stopped and exclaimed that something K. Vaught Mi've Mrs. Claude Smith of the oxtravagana is "National Trouba- with delicious sandwiches and straw was a corporation illegally existing and was wrong. "For the life of me I could not see next to postoflice. Richmond Ky. 4t dours". berry ice. ordered that H be dissolved. Sis new wokswt bt muta Tbe timbers seemed Mrs. Waller Bennett was tho hostess oiopthc was gives ia whtoa to wind up a thing amiss. Beats Vinegar. pillars looked se solid, and the drive Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Covington, of last Friday morning at the regular meetTHE CLIMAX PRINTING CO ite affairs aad go out of business. The cure. But tho captain was not satis this county, announce the engagement The Rev. Peter Vinegar, the noted ing of the Married Ladies' Bridge Club deohrinn is very exhaustive and far fled and insisted on climbing Into the of their daughter. Miss Louise Woodcolored evangelist, who electrified tho and the affair was fully up to the usual ford reaehtag aad until we itave read it care-- stope to Investigate. There he found Covington, to Mr H. Hasbrouck members of his race, and the white charming manner in which Mrs. Bennett Haynes. a large crack, running for hundreds of Pmc. ad Mgr. folly further eeatnent is with held. A I) KiUar of Now York City. The wed folks also in this state by his unique feet, indicating a movement of the entertains. Guests of honor wero Mrs. W g. Wbta ding will take place early in October. and wonderfully upheaving subjects Tmb RepaWieaas should certainly strata of serious proportions. Mrs. Samuel Desha Breckinridge and Miss Covington is a young lady of un. give Oar the aonination, as he lias "Had this discovery not been made taken from the Holy writ is being out Bennett, of Lexington. It was a usual attractions, and has a broad and done by another member of his race. deae all the work for "Gus" Willson In time there would have been a serf' liberal education. Not content with this aod is ontHlod to the honer, whieh will ous accident In the mine, with a prob Rev. J. C. Todd, who was ordained a A large attendance of pupils and she has, since her College days, pursued nmmm tuwc "Gas" plays able loss of life. I dare say tbe years minister of tho Colored Baptist church be empty, we hope. many Of the city wero out last Friday her studies privately and hns become President Taft a raaie of golf some of experience In tbe mine had develop- in this city several days ago. Rev YEAR time this atoath for a side bet not yet ed a power in him which the men Todd resides in Monticello, Wayne evenlnj; at the Normal school to hear one of tho most intellectual young FKK3K called superstition, but which was real- county but is a native of Madison Mrs. Desha Breckinridge speak on women or the state. Hor ideas of seeIK UVJUiW givea out. ly the faculty of accurate observation, Here are three of his choice subjects, "School Suffrage for Women". This ing and knowing are not confined to Tub tarkoy tret is the newest antic n which to- him seemed unconscious." "Tho foxes running with fire on their woman is a gifted speaker and entertain- thU country. Miss Covington has been lfll wofcaiar. At certain stages of the WEDKBBDAT MAY H tales", "Seven brothers married to ed her audience most highly. Sho can to Europe twice, spending some months MADE HIMSELF BLUSH. SyraUens the dancers let go of eaob one woman", 'The frog in bed with tho talk iu a plain and convincing way in study thero each time. Sho is well Arts ngmtmr Mrtkly tin f other aad trot like turkeys. It is claim Triek by Which an Actor Achieved a man", "The man working "seven years with great ease and by her ability along known throughout tho state in D. A. It. h- oaaaeil hM Mar 4. tb WU ti ed to be staking a great "hit" in the to pay for a cross eyed woman". Rev this line docs a great work for the cause circles, boing an enthusiastic member Realistic Stage Effect. in her state. While hero she was tho of Boonesboro the Ekwtric Ligfct Co. acmiost tfc city Bast but Richmond's elite have not as chaplor from which Daniel Frobman in his "Memories Todd can point to these subjects in the guest of Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith. for March ami April momMm to MM. chaptor sho was a dolegate to the scripture with groat rapidity. of a Manager" tells of a muscular nd otdfd paid. uk wits pinMiHiai Tho Louisville Times of last week National meeting in Washington c'ty a Thbre are no sore loyal base ball trick by which Mr. F. F. Mackay Rurnam's Insurance Agency oldest contained a beautiful likeness of Miss ibml Urn Now it fcaapMdtfaatdariac few weeks ago. Mr. Haynos is astonishing stage effect and best faas bt all this wide country tiian right achieved an companies represented. Phone Mary Kinkcad Venable. who will be mechanical engineer of New York City, there m ma acctdnt at Um KfcwUie Rfcjatoad and if you dent believe It was In Bronson Howard's "One of 707. t f prominent ut the Reunion of Confed- is a graduate of Stevens Polytecnic Light ;laai which Mrioacly iai pared ite here ia Gentry's poo' Our Girls." Mr. Mackay was playing ability te farnfafa light to Um city. Mr. k just watch Martin part of a French count, who, in the erates Vcterane in Little Rock this week, Institute and is a man of exceptionally reoat whore the news is received, whoa one of the chief situations of the play. Herricctoa fraakly said Ut'jtk Coaweil Miss Venable's mother will be remember fine- business ability. He is a son of away from home. :im Is slapped in the face with a glove i hut had baa usable to fonueh the team is playing Mrs. J. W . Zaring was in Cincinnati ed hero as Miss Carrie Barlow, daughter Mr. David Oliphant Haynes, who is tho hpin aocmiar to ooaltact. that ft had Of. we Jambs has shown that he is the by an English officer. Mr. Howard's Thursday. of the late Capt. Milton Barlow, of Rich head of a largo publishing house in not daivwad as mmek Ihjht ae he was poorest of campaigners and Senator Idea was that tbe count should become mond, and a brother to Mr. Richard New York. Mr. Haynes is a momber of Mr. B. F. Hurst is in Jaokson this aokins pay far hot that b had wa mverf Paynter has so much banging to him. violent and furious at the affront but Barlow of this placo She is a most one of New Ydrk's oldest and most Mr. Mackay contended that as he had week on business. eiMtafttvr withhi bit power to adjust that it might be well for tbe Democrats accomplished young woman and carries prominent families. play to be an expert been shown In the Dr. Jphn Burnam, of Cincinnati, is tho true type of intelligence of her luatioraaaas to furaiati tho aoooNary to begin right now to look for a real duelist and accustomed to danger he A verv delightful meeting of the t igiit. hero for a visit to relatives. Bafore the vole was takoa Major live I)e8veerat for the Senate. noted ancestors. was not likely to lose control of himCecilian Club was hold on Thursday etoy liica atraacir hiotod that the Miss Minnie Wagers is- - spendin a few self. Lai.t Tuesday evening at the Normal afternoon with Mrs, Robert R. Burnam. Tub sweet little girl graduate is in Mr. Howard saw the point The re- days in Cincinnati. should aot pay for what she did not school chapel, a very enjoyable and Tho subject of the mooting was Wagner. a dioaoaUor evidence aod on all sides now can be sult was that the Frenchman received tret but the OMiaeiL without Mrs. Louis rveale is in Louisville the highly appreciative entertainment of Roll call Cclobrated Opera Singers, ote. ttooiy laihar boiac pram except seen the hurry and bustle ia eomBience- - the insult without the morement of a guost of Mr. Virgil Smith. song and piano was given by tho Lyric Duet Flving Dutchman Wagner rigid. Only a flash allow the meat aetitivittes. Mr T. T. Oaviagtoa, voted to muscle. He stood Mr. Jesse Embry, of Danville, was in Quartet, of the Cincinnati College of Misses Watts and White. of the eye for an Instant revealed bis lull mmmmm of the hill. A dear eaae Tmb Climax ottloe will undergo ite emotion. Then tbe audience saw his the city Tuesday for several hours. Music. The entertainment drew local Paper Wagner's Peculiarities f nympathy versus busiaeas aad syatpa-tli-y eeeaetoated spring cleaning this week. face grow red and then pale. This Mrs. W. G. White. Miss Gcorgie Lackey has returned interest of more than the usual amount always wios atpeciaiy whoa it eetuc on account of a Richmond girl being on Song Selected was followed by tbe quiet announcefel-iofrom a visit to Miss Paulino Lisle other to vtiaw aioaey out of ment from the count that be would Winchester. tho program as accompanist. She is Mrs. I. G. Ballard. s seofcot. We hoUovo the OoaacU Miss1 Edna Giunchigliani and her ability send bis seconds to the Englishman. Weber Solo Polacca Brilliant upoa a little acted haotoly. We believe Mrs. Hanley Iwppcrt, of Cincinnati, beThis exhibition of facial emotion as a pianist has been recognized by the 6Miss Harriott Parrish. i tioufat the vote woald beoa to jbmH the tho guest of her parents Squire and most trayed by the visible rush of blood to is eminent critics of Cincinnati, and Papor Influence of Wagner on Modern Hems of Interest to The Far-- x bill te the ex toot that eervMe was aot the actor's face was frequently noted Mrs. J. I). Dykes. elsewhere. In addition the rendered composers mer, the Grower and the rendeiod. Would may of oar coaacil-nie- n was a muscular trick. at the time. It Mrs. John Xoland and children havi several soleclions. delighting her & Mrs. Leslie Evans. Stockman. Mr. Mackay put on a tight collar for retured homo from a visit to relatives in ( iato a dry goods store aad order hearers, and proving hor marvolously Piano Selection from Tannhauser.. U vara of doth aad roceiTcoaiy yards that scene and strained bis neck Mercor county. strong and effective manner in handling aid )iar withoat a diasoat for the Miss Mary D. Piokols. Edward A. Tipton, formerly of Parif, against it until the blood came, and Mrs. Mary Jonos of Mt. Sterling tho piano. Miss Hoffman, soprano,; full 1 yards? The principle k precately has about concluded arrangements when he released tbe pressure and tbe visiting her daughter, Mrs.Xlohn Arnold Mis Beck, Contralto, Mr. Panthor as Current thessaw. The Osaacil h appiind to whereby be comes into control of stock blood receded the effect was reached. Mrs. A. R. Burnam. on High Street. tenor, and MriAdams, as Basso all act for the people. The people throagtt of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed Piano Selection from Die Moistersinger Mrs. Ira Sayre Bennett has returned handled their parts in a brilliant way. A Joke That Went Astray. these .roprenautives hay a given ere' Association, located at Lexington Mrs. Kellogg. To illustrate the fact that some per- to Louisville after a visit to Mrs. Misii Hoffman's singing and tho offering amount of light. This giwea aaiaaat The price involved in the transaction is Duet Lohengrin ., Wagner sons are devoid of tbe sense of humor Thomas Jofferson Smith. of a, group of songs by tho quartet mado is aot fare abed aad yet tho people have ia the neighborhood of SSS.000. Mesdamcs Denny and Dean. It is this story was told at a downtown the program all tho more delightful. Rev. D. II. Scanlon will preach at th to pay for it. We have ae oaarrel said that at least 36,000 will be expend, luncheon club: "I forgot to pay my Miss Berry the attractive and pleasing with i Ite ooaacilaiea. We siatply My ed ia improving the plant at Lexington newsboy last night and when I saw silver Crook Ohapol, White's Station The members of this quartet, and Miss singer at tho Christian Church for the GiunchiglianLwho have been delighting we Uiink they aeted hastily aad had him this morning gave him the 5 cents next Sunday afternoon. last week, was present and gave two inapy Kentucky audiences of late, are to very beautiful they thought sefioasly of the atattor numbers much, to the, Mrs. Kellogg, of Cincinnati, is th Buyers ia Aicholasville are paying 20 due him and said, 'I thought every their action would have beoa dioToroat. cents for wool according to several minute last night you'd send a collector guest of tho family of her son, Mr. M. C, be congratulated on their ambitious pleasure of the Club members as well as undertaking. Naw, not on your life; not Kellogg, on the Summit. We have no quarrel with tho Bhictric coops ripened frem Woodford owners. for this.' tho invited guests. The next and last if you owed me twlcst as much. An Light Co. We ooaht ill waord to do Polly Tray lor, meeting of tho Club until October Lancaster Record:--Mis- s .Mr. and Mrs. Hale Dean and Mr. and hour later tbe boy came to my office, without it. We doa't want to do withThe entire hemp erop of Lincoln and where he had never been before, wait- Mrs. Alex Denny wero in Lexington last of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. J. E. will bo with Mrs. A. Jt. Burnam, But the fact atandc oat aad Garrard eouBtles to be raised the pros ft out Starmes. Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson has Wednesday, May 21. ed lor me and when I came said: 'Say, Saturday for tho day. there is no puttiag it aoafe aod ao get- eat season, amounting to about 400 I'm awful sorry you thought I was Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pigg are in Lexting around it that the ITIaatric Light acres or an aggregate of 400,000 jxunds. sore about de nickel. Ye needn't pay ington for a few days visit to Mr. and Oo diU utA deliver tho goods" aad ia has been purohased by agents of E. F. me never till ye want to, and about Mrs. Dudley Wilkerson. our judgment should aot have been Spears & Sons, of Paris, Ky., at 5.50 per sendln for It nix.' I thanked him, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Parrish aro in paid in full If we are aay jadge of the 109, an increase of 15 cents over last now for trying to crack a Joke 1 have feelings of ataa as indicated by season's price. These two counties secured a long lino of credit" New Lexington for tho Conclave, tho guests inward of Judge and Mrs. Gourley. the espressioa of hat face Mr. Herring-to- produce more hemp: than any other two York Tribune. was as ataeh surprised as any oae counties ia the State, but the aoreage The last meeting of the Young Ladies The Aurora Borealis. will be held with Mrs. Alex else that his bill was allowed m fall. this year has been reduced to less than According to a theory enunciated by Bridge Club He ne or expected K. hah as aoaipared to that of last year. Professor Lenard, the aurora borealis Denny Thursday afternoon. The Richmond Water & Light Mrs. H. B. Hanger has returned from whoa both counties combined produced is formed of cathode rays, emitted by Tbb Kreckio ridge Kews, fowaorly oae Co., has arranged with Miss the sun and deflected by the terrestrial Millersburg, where she visited her son, i,W0 a ores. of the leading saanortors of the caadid-ac- y magnetic Held in the upper strata of Mr. Paul Hanger, who is in School there. Ethel A. Clark, of Chicago, a of Hon. Kea Johnson, has the folBeef buyers are not riding. 4he coun- the atmosphere The velocity of these Judge and Mrs. A. R. Burnam and well known teacher of Domestic lowing cone era iag Senator MeCroary's cathode rays must be nearly equal to speech at Hardiaobaig last week: try making oontraots as was necessary that of light and very much greater Mrs, J. J. Greenleaf, will leavo tomorrow Science, to give practical demonSenator McCreary certainly knows the ia the extremity to which they were than tbe velocity of cathode rays pro- for Ml. Jackson, Ind., fot a ten days reduced a year ago. Invitations to go duced In the laboratory. Lenard con stay. strations in the art of cooking history of the Itenocretic party, aad Mr. and Mrs. Armour nislo, of "For-o-st lias the happy faculty of inspramiaj oat aad look at stuff ia feedlots are eludes that these extremely "hard" with gas. A cordial invitation Grove" In the county, are tho proud the facte on his hearers. There is aoth turned down emphatically. Several cathode rays ore emitted by unknown is extended to the ladies of RichKentucky slop feeders wore in Chicago radioactive substances in the sun. iag overdrawn, in what be saps. He parents of a new boy which arrived last early met week, says a Chicago Live mond and Madison county to be week. deals in facts, and makes tboat so plain Business Tact a child can understand thorn. He bad Stock Journal, to ascertain why the Misses Pattie and Annie Dcalhernge present on the afternoon of Boss Mr. Jones, you have sold more the closest attention and his bearers buyers, who rounded them up early in neckties than any clerk I Tiave ever are at home after a ten days stay at the season of 1910 and easrerlv closed drank in every word be said. I fie speech ' had. How do you do it? Clerk When Crab Orchard, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. helped the cause of Democracy in this contracts had net materialized. They a young man selects a tie I say. Joe Willis. had a rude ajvakenlng in the shape of eouaty, aad lined up the party. He te "That's too young for you." When an Mrs. Lewis Booker is the guest of her a big. brainy nan. aad worthy the iosiUve refusal to mako the journey. old man picks one I say. loafs too mother Mrs. HughTVhite, liavingicome beginning at 2 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Choice "Send your stuff to ma.-ke- t and 111 old for you." They both bite. Toledo support of all trae Deatooiats. ast Thursday from Louisvillo for a "recipes will be given awav each day. Don't fail to at- -, look R over," said one buyer, "but no Blade. short, visit. A special from Washington says: travoliog for me. Picking is too easy tend these demonstrations and learn the great economy in the stockyards. " Killers have oon- Dr. Holton has returned front Mason Knew What He Wanted. 'resident Ta.Ii nas beoa receiving of Ranges from $16 up. and oh easy payas fuel. 1 county, where ho was called the early She I do not cans to marry-yo- u. delegations of farmers aad others dur- traoiedvery few cattle for future delivery this winter and any buying done do not care to even talk to you. He (a .part of lest week on account of tho death ing the last week urging him to relax ments & J-wISower) That is precisely tbe reason of'his mother. in In advocacy of the reciprocity that way shows loss at the present I want you to marry me. New York measures, but be lei It them ail that hte market basts. Mrs. J. N. Schwoerke, of Oklahoma Herald. City, who came to attend the funeral of conviction is firm that the meosare Sim Wall who has been slopping a " u in tbe interest of all her aunt. Miss Addie Hunley, has reThe Finish. large number of cattle at Silvor Creek Incorporated the peopie and be proposes te stand by this season, sold "Did the play havo a happy ending?" turned home. the let to Nelson Morris Mrs. Tlios. Baldwin and daughters, it aad seek its passage even if it irouuks hut we ok at $6.50 per "It might have been worse. My wife ewt. There were only lost her handkerchief and one Mrs. Carlo Brittain and Miss Ollio Baldin his defeat in 1MJ That's Demo two hundred in the bunoh and they glove." Kansas City JournaL cracy of the Jeifersoniaa kind and If the win, motored to Lexington last Wednesaveraged L206. Aooordlng to those President is sincere lie will be a big who know there wore day for the day. about 40,000 slopi Man's Saving Grace. Mrs, W. R. Shackelford and sister, m&a with his countrymen irrespective iea catue. in Kentucky this year and All men are born lazy, "but In some Mrs. Cyril Goodman, of Carlo, Egypt, of party William J. Bryan said K was thesloppers will lose the profits ibey of them the sense of shame is strong eoathsg are spending several days in Bourbon made last year. This has been any- enough to overcome it Chicago have never seen a woman county with relatives. thing but a cattle year. Misses Mabel and Delia Tudor have Wbkk tho Mtfay luore is up. what with good sense but who had wont we be indaoed to do. W. Owen Cheerfulness Is what greases tbe returned from Hendersonville North Beaton & Evans shipped 3 loads of - hogs beauty enough to make herM clot' re, the heavy editor of the Daato the city markets last week axles of tbe world; some people go Carolina, where they havo been for b rough life creaking. tho past two years for the latters health. ille Advocate, whose paper is long and purohased at 5 1 cen.ts.;,J."Wlll Wager self highly agreeable. you Rev. 11 B. Barnes has been honored iuvd for McCreary. has been engaged to also.shippcd one load'to Cincinnati pur-Exchange of Pulpit.. ' press stun"' for William Addams. wish to see faces light up with with tho request lo deliver tho Bacwrite chased at $5.40 per owt. Joe Oldham Lewis Land ram. in the same town, a has purchased several lots the past week Elder E. C. McDougle, pastor of tho calaureate sermon before the Transyljoy and satisfaction just drop dyed feihe wool lUpobUeaa, is writing at 5 Christian church at Mt Zion, and Eld. vania University students on Sunday cents. aery Ifem oerojiedaVriihs for the in among the customers E. L. Riddelle, pastor at Brookstown, June 4th. Xeeseaget'1' , Mr. S. A, Turner, of Jacksonville. Fla., The farmers of this county will bo will exchange pulpits next Sunday. eempeHed to accept a nickel a pound The former preaching at .Brookstowa is here for a visit lo friends and relaSucwai Caswell Sail Bey and his bride for tbefclemhs ft seems for June and morning and evening and the latter fil tives. Mr. Turner was formerly In of a few days, must part for a long July delivery, unless something ,very ling the pulph. at Mt Zion. , business here and will be remembered period hs Uncle Sipcs has vnteliy order-- o mueh unexpected happens. Last ;yer by many people. i tiw you w hoiitwc te the Orient, they were getting 6 2 but it seems as Mrs. Benjamin Herndoa is in Lancas Bur nam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, Low Pi ;jces was formerly Mies Helen if tbe supply te greater than the demand. Simmons dsDeatherage Building. Mm- for a visit to her parent, Mr. aad Phone ter O Soar, of Ffaafctert. John Wafers bought 80 from Sid Long I 707. 'elephone 62 . Opera House Building Mrs. FJoeoe KoMnsoo. lihe socompsaiod and Geofge Warren for 5 cts"last week. For Rent her mother BUTTERICK FASHIONS - Spring Is Coming you were and making up vour summer are now clothes. ready to show you the most beautitul of spring J.L.Wiatson JJ 44 J 6 N, Upper Street Lexington, Ky I 20,000 Yards of Fine Silks Sacrificed Beginning Monday, May J 5th, we will have on rale the most complete stock of first class silk merchandise ever offered in Central Kentucky AT PRICES that without a doubt Every piece of silk is will pay you to come one hundred miles to make your purchases. new, first class, fresh goods and only in the house a few days. No one who wants a silk dress can possibly aiford to stay away. Embroideries and Laces" ever brought sure see the both and white and don't forget to look Underwear at our new Price the-note- d This will be a Silk Sale tkit will not be forgotten . and we guarantee that no one who attends will be disappointed. Twenty thousand yards Foulard and Messaline Silks sold in every house in America at $J.OO and $1.25 Quality is Price in this 3ale OWEN McKBB J. L. WATSON, LEXINGTON WhatFoley Kidney Pills do for you. Will 49c Rent Thtr booklet. For The Richmond Climax. ' House on Fourth and Woodlawn Ave. Foley Kidney Pills aro a true medi- - Will bo vacant July 1st. Now occupied cino They aro healing, strengthening, by Robert Saliee- Mrs. Alice Lammers. 4t Foley Kidney antiseptic and tonic. your system andelp Pills take hold of Burnam's Insuranco Agency writes all you to rid yourself of your dragging kinds. 43tf backache, dull headache, nervous, im All kinds of building material, quick paired eyesicht, and of all tho miser able feelings that result from the im- delivery. W. "W. Broaddus & Co. 44tf paired action of your kidneys and "Wear M & K low shoes, they are bladder. Remember it is Foley Kidney best. Sexton has them. 1'ills tnat do tnis lor you. Stockston & Son. lo my placo on Big Hill Ave., a boar hog. Owner can have' same by proving The annual meeting of the Board of property and pay expense of keep and Z. M. Boen. Directors of the Richmond Water & advertising. Light Co., was held last Wednesday hero and the same directors with same officials wore chosen. Mr. Arthur Mer rill, tho treasurer of the company, who resides at Portland, Mo., was presont. lie expressed himself as very much pleased with the business tho past year and tho management of the atfairs here, which is a compliment to Manager Benjamin Oaugherty. Cash for wool, Gott Bros. If Many a would be le life Knew About Orrine that coaei to many homn from the exceixiTe drinkine of husband, father or on. men ta Orrine has reatorrd thonaands of Urea of aobriety and indoatry. and Vett of happwr. all they hare made their lored oni pW and Orrine ia prepared in two forma, aeeretty. powder; the Utter form can be siren a trifle whea Only cotta $1.00 a box with the amount a man would spend for drink m a day. We haw oH ye for year, and wiH gladly ttH a. fret Come in and all about it. d of the terriWe afflietien Sc-j-TW- tf. Estray et PERRY'S DRUG STORE See Gott wool. Bros, bofere Bridge-luncheo- n. No Changes. selling your tf. S 1 Cj T. S. TODD Contractor and Advertised Letters. Mr. M. L. Adler (2.) Miss Amanda Biggerstatf, Mr. Ned Burdette, Miss Lena Coffee, Mrs. Robert Cotton, Mamct Cornelison, Mr. Clarence Curtis, Jim Dennie, Mr. Frank Golden, Mr. J. B Ilauffer, Mr. J. B. Hurst, Pollio A James, Miss Susio Kleinhaus, Chas. Jones, Wm. C. Lavil, Miss Rosa Lively, Mr. W. J. Maloney, Mr.. Cosby McBealli, Rev. W. L. Noel, Mr. Owen Parrish, J II. Petors, Miss Mary Salter, Mr. J. "W. Stewart, Mr. Morgan Smith, Sulphur Mining & R. R. Co., Mr. Jack D. Taylor, Jno. W. Taylor Anna Thomas, Mr. Alox Washington, Miss Vesta "Wallace, Hr. Ollie Williams, Mr. Norman "Willis, Mrs. Lucy Woden, Mrs. WmJT. Wood C. C. "Wallace, P. M. t PER50NAL5 Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Shop in Rear oi McKee Building t Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky 9 not w f - PORCELAIN ENAMELED SINK with enamel is a great ed drain-boar- d 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 "cStatidattf' 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 Announcement 1 Richmond Heating & Plumbing.Co. , Telephone 270 J 1 Monday, May 22nd When the Ice Man is King A dynamite explosion would not be necessary g.s j ' Richmond Water & Light Co, Betsy's Pointers to wake you to the fact that a 5TAR or MAJLSTIC 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: "I $7.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 . and up according to size wanted 1-- If Our Easy Payment Plan You'll ike It V 1- -1 at Lackey &Todd Luman and Higgins West Main 5 (feet Sy The Home of and Square Dealing Opposite Hotel Glyndon tf Scheduler has-?pre- -. McCall Pattern No. 0ZG . Price, 15 certs A PRETTY LITTLE FROCK i CLOTHES A dainty misses' costumo especially suitablo for commencement and con firmation. The material was white A smart little dress of blue and white mull with white silk embroidoiy done in the design of ilcCall Transfer Pattern foulard. The flounce and yoke of plain No. 330. A selection of designs for the bltre and messaline. The yoke embroid-ert- d in white with the design of McGall young miss will be found in our pattern Tr.insfer Pattern No. 317. The season's department. smartest modes are shown at our Pat tern Department. ' McCall Pattern No. 40S9 Price, 15 cent! A CHARMING COSTUME It's Pride That Make's a Fellow Want to Wear 5well Tan Long Coats for Ladies McCall Magazine, for The coats are extra long, fancy trimming; light and Ladies' 'Broadway' Hose dark tan in, black, blue, pink, lavender $4.50, $5, $6.75 and tan. Extra quality, very It's pride also that makes a manufacturer persistently try thin to better his merchandise. Again, it's pride that makes us Ladies' 5pririg Shirt 25c fussy about the class of clothes we sell. Waists If you take pride in your looks, you'll do your purchasing a Fay Stockings a store where pride of quality is a basic principle one o French Lawns and Lingeries for children, all sizes 25c embroidered, trimmed with the most important features upon which our business has baby Irish insertion and me been built. nicely trimmed in black and June, 5c Good Clothes Agent Jonas Backer, the hustling TO INSURE YOUR official of the L & N railroad IIOUSS WITH pared for the benefit of the traveling RUbllo a very plain and simple state ment giving all the information needed, Oldham Building as.to the arrival and departure of trains from this station, connections for other, AT ONCE points, etc., and it will be well for all Ky THAN TO WAIT P3CT1L IT concerned to clip this and keep Tor future reference, in the mea'nllmo BCRXS AND WISH familiarizing oneself with tho numbers station. Distance Richmond to LouisYOU HAD ot tho trains: No. 2 will handle ville via Versailles, Frankfort, Ancor-ag- e passengers for all points, Richmond to and Shelbyvillo 110 milos, via Constipation brings tunny ailments in Louisville from main Jine train. No. Versailles, Frankfort Lagrange and its train and is - the primary cause of regu 34 arriving Ilichmond 4:10 A. M. and Eminence, f20 miles, via "Winchester and kmtich sickness. Keep your bowels many lar, maxima, and vom wilk escape 'branch train, No. 10 Lexington 135 miles ar.d Yin Stanford of the ailments to which women arc from Rowland arriving in Richmond 0:20 A. M. and Lebanon Junction 130 miles. subject. CoustipRtiso u a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it Passengers arriving on No. 2 can go Lost. May lead to serious consequences. Nasouth at 11:20 A. M. and 11:35 A. M. ture often needs a little assistance and Red steer strayed from my pfaee when Chamberlain's Tablets are givon on thru train No. 33 and local train No. 3T and to all points between Richmond four miles from town on Tate's Creek at the first indication, much distress and,Loulsvillo via Rowland on No. 27 pike. Reward. , O. W. Deatherage, laad suffering may be avoided. Sold by " a(,'l;05 P. 51. No. 1 and No. 4's passen- Phono 200-- 2 R. D. No 4. Stockton & bon. gers arrivo Richmond in time for No. Now is the time of year to feed your Real Estate. lino train arriving 1;5C P. M. fowls a good tonic. euros All porsons desiring either to sell or Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker awl local train sloping at all parts between Richmond and Falmoutfi or No. 33 purchase land or othor property or to When fed as a preventative through fast train for Cincinnati at 5:10 make rentals of same will find it to their i not only keeps tftem healthy, bat P. 31. No. 3 waits at Richmond for interest to place tho samo with ma as I Mftkes them lay. Price 50c No Care, passengers from Cincinnati and inter am a member of tho National No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, mediate points arriving on No. 0 at tivo Realty Co., of Washington, with- - Stockton .t Son. 7:21 P. M. and those from the south agents throughout the United states,Try it under the guarantM. Ask for arriving on 33 at 1;50 P. M. and No. 32 Mexicoand Cuba. Also my sorvlees as booklet on diseases of poultry. ! at 5:10 P.M. "With tho new schedule auctioneer may bo secured by calling on A Reliable Medfcine-N- ot a wo havo four good routes to Louisville mo at my residence, No. 200 Third St., . - S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. via Winchester and Lexington at 0:25 Narcotic. f22-t- f A. M. arriving Louisvillo 12;15 P. M. Fer soreness of the muscles, whether Mis. F. Marti, St Joe, Michigan, aays: Via Versailles, Frankfort, Emnenco and Lagrango at 7:22 A. M. arriving Louis induced by violent exorcise or injury. "Our Utile boy contracted a severe brooehial trouble and as tho doctor's mediville daily except Sunday,12:15 P.M.Yia Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent. I Stanford and Lebanon Junction at 1:05 This liniment is also highly esteemed cine did not cur him, gave him Foley" Honey and Tar Compound in which I P. M. arriving Louisville daily 0:10 P. for the relief it affords in cases of M. and Via Versailles, Frankfort, rheumatism. Sold by Stockton & So. have great faith. It cured the coogh as well as the choking and gagging i pells, Shelbyvillo and Anchorage at 2 P. M. and he got well in a short time. Foley's For Sale. arrive Louisvillo 0:25 P. M, Trains Honey and Tar Compound baa many leave. Louisville for "Richmond at 0:55 Lot in Burnamwood 70xlTO feat. times A. II. and 8 A. M. via Lebanon Junction Apply R. K. STONE tf never saved us much trouble and wear without it in the bouse." ' The and Stanford arriving Richmond at Cheapest accidont insurance Dr. genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse12:20 P. M. at 7:40 A. M. via Ancorago Sold by StocbtoB Son. Shelbyville. Frankfort and Versailles Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain substitutes. and heals tho wound. All druggists arriving Richmond 12:20 P. M. at 2 P. For Sale. M. via Lagrango Eminence, Frankfort sells it. I have a splendid carriage (or sale. and Versailles and via Levington and Sand, lime, coment. brick, wall Brewster, in ftae condition, it is a a dearriving Richmond 0:55 Winchester rock and screenings, in any pot wagon, carry four or Ave people. It and 7:21 P. M. respectively. . All trains and at lowest ricos. No delay; sea has both summer And winter side doors. will arrivo and depart from L & N us. "W. W. Broaddus & Co. 4Jtf pole and shafts. I also have a set of J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, IT IS BETTER D R Fr.ee man if t From the Basement to the Roof We carry in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds R4-11-- Todd-Edwar- Lim-bernac- k. Lumber Co. c"!r 8 Phone 1 00 n" Richmond. K New Firm Ready Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate A Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply always of Choice Staple and 2f 35. Fancy-Grocerie- s - 3?aae as your orders for quick deHvary, The smallest order gets mr elaaeat attention as well as the fergss. Ressember we sell Field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay "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 dallions and nicely tailored. Wunder Hose 98c, $1.50, $1.98 All 4 cellent fabrics. They're very distinctive, still cost do more "Griffon Clothes" are all wool. than ordinary clothes. not wear them this spring? They're hand tailored from ex R. & G. Corsets New Summer Styles pairs in box. Guaranteed to wear 4 months without mending. For men, women and children hand made carnage harness and a large gentle harness horse all of which I will sell worth tho money. Dr. Clarence II. Taught Am thoroughly prepared to do all kinds of fly screen work at lowest pric es. Leave call at Douglas, Simmons & 12 3m H. A. Barlow. Deatherage. D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney & Son Successor to Tate $12.50, $15, $J8, $20 Lace Curtains $ per Box 1 E. Main Street Notunghams in select pat Radcliffe 51ippers terns, regular 5J.5U values Alt the new spring stTles. A In new three button, double breasted style, tailored just the 98c beautiful line of velvet pump.s, way the boys want them. New nobby designs and color also patent leather, gun metal tones. Extra strong and extra large sizes 12 to 18 years McCall Patterns, 1 0 and in one, two, three and four $3.50, $5, $7.50, $10 15 cents straps BIG BOY'S SUITS MH "We mi ii mil igujiSai up-tc-da- te J( Farm have just received our last car of In ease of rheumatism refief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamber lain s Liniment. For Sale by Stockton A Son. Implements Barred Rock Eggs For 5ale. I have for sale in any quant Uj Thomp son's strain Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, price tl for 15 eggs. Estimates furnished for lots of 100 eggs or mure. C. D. Miller. Richmond, Ky. men E V. I ELDER The Richmond Climax. mutta nm whiibmt (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White bt Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cul tivators, J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado and Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Presses, Deering Mowers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude baker "Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. I Going to Build? I Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old line Companie t, Wm. 9. Broaddus. Ajrt. "Don't let the baby suffer from eczema. sores or any itohiog of tho skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All druggists sells it. Burnam's Insurance Insurance. Agency Moved Grocery & Meat IVIarlcet 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 Groceries in large and quick delivery. 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 Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My New Owner.- - THE CLIMAX PRINTING Mr. Joseph Hasolden,. tho popular Lancaster insurance man, came thru Richmond last week in his now auto, CO purchased in Lexington. D. B. Shackelford & Telephone 33 Co. I Lumber BM-CO&MH IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR I I I Flower Garden. for Fire luif LIB! Inccri'oraieU COMPANY I I H mi. Alien taring, the mill man is Pres. and Mgr. beautifying tho premises around his Sec'y-Trea- s. Main street with a mam Steve K. Vaught - Editor mill on East motli flower garden, which an expert landscape artist is artistically arrang Memtir il ing into one of tho pretty spots of the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION One hundred varitics will be city. mi sown. EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FPICE $1.00 FEB YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 17 - 1911 Warning to Railroad Men. E. S. Bacon, II St., Bath, Me., sends out this warning to railroaders: conductor on the railroad, my work caused a enronic inuammation 01 the kidneys, and I was miserable and all played out. A friend advised Foley aiuney vms ana irom trie day 1 commenced taking them, I began to regain mysirengm. me inuammation cleared and I am far better than I have been for twenty years. The weakness and dizzy spells are a thing of tho past and I highly recommended Foley Kidney When a medicine must be 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 Mr- - Farmer: Make your home as modem for your family as a city roi similar to maple syrup, making it pleasdenco and place yourseli in a position to get the latest market quotations any time. This can be accomplished by means of onr telephone service, whe ant to take. It has nosnperior for cokls vou and yonr neighbor can cat for a sum that is small compared with the ben croup and whooping cough. For Sale by fits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters & Sou. Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' Stockton Satisfied. rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately The delegation of Red Men, who went nterestyou. Our fines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississippi portion of Indiana and Illinois. to Owensboro, to boost John Sexton's oii lslana and the Southern Laster is Over. Next candsdacyfor a Grand Council place, SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorpotaiid Comes aro S3mewhat disappointed that bo was defeated by a strong combination de veloping at the last moment, but they aro satisfied, because ho was elected to the most important standing committee Nothing is more suitable for . of tho Grand Council. graduation gowns than band Rural Telephones Near L& A. Depot Telephone 425 The Wonder of the How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to eee the new Commencement Embroidery Through Service to Louisville Daily Except Sunday, Commencing May 1 Tommy Busy. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 55 cent goods. For that ordinarily sell for a dim. Fer W oents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything in Snameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Weodeaware, Ihruehes. Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain Agvres. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY S oents you can buy many items J. it. PARKE Irvine Street Telephone 39 Turpin has accepted position on tho Adams Express Co's. delivery wagon for Richmond and vicinjly to succeed Mr. Georgo Robb, who ".resigned several days ago. Mr, Robb is so sure of a big slice of the fortune, to which ho is lioir, Stockton & Son. that to is now going easy so as to be in perfed health to enjoy the fat sum that Notice to Creditors. will no doubt be distributed to the Robb All parties having claims against heirs of Central Kontucky. routine it. mrra, deceased, aro reWhen in need of Blacksmithing in any quested to file same properly verified as required. ty law, to tlie undersigned of its branches, Farming Implements, tixecutor, on or beiore July 1st, 1911 Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, Rubber Also all parties indebted to tho de tires iic, got prices from R. E. Millor, ceased, Pauline R. Harris, either by f. note or account are requested to call Union City, Ky. and settle samo with the undersigned Wallace Wants IL W. Broaddus, Executor. 9t Mr. Tommy Exquisite hand made lingerie pleases the feminine heart. 810,-000,0- (0 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES 11:30 am pm 2:00 pm 2:3 G pm 2:58 pm 3:35 pm 4:25 pm 6:25 pm 5:00 6:20 7:22 7:56 8:18 8:55 9:45 12:15 Ar.. 2:45 am Ar. 125 am Lv. Ar. 12:20 RICHMOND am Lv. am Lv. VALLEY VIEW Ar. 11:44 am Lv. NICHOLASVILLE Ar. 1122 VERSAILLES Ar. 10:45 am Lv. Lv. 9:55 FRANKFORT am Ar. LOUISVILLE Lv. 7:40 pm Ar. Lv. Miss Eva Roberts carries everything in the embroidery line. A new and complete stock of Patterns 9:45 &25 6:55 6:19 5:57 5:20 4:30 2:00 pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm & Materials 120 BEATTYVILLE IRVINE a In the Wake of the Measles Farmer Uses The The Best Implements Up-to-da- te w Plo We have the latest improved t and the farmers .are rapidly discarding the old ones for the The little son of Mrs.. O. B. Palmer, Little Rock, Ark., had tho measles. The result was a severo cough which grew worse and was so severe he could not sleep. Sho says: "One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound com pletely cured him and he has never been bothered since." Croup, whooping cough, measles cough all yield to Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The genuino is in tho yellow package. Re- fuso any substitute. Stockton & Son. Esttll county is liablo to be represented on i.hellopublican Stato ticket this fall it. the person of Banker James Wallace, a brother of Postmaster C. O. Wallatc, of this city. Mr. Wallace's friondi in the party all over tho stato havo been energetic in solicting bis pm pm pm am am am am am Headquarters for all that's new and dainty 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building All trains are daily except Sunday and carry through coache to and from Louisville.' Train arriving Louisville 625 pm and leaving Louisville 7:40' em runs via Shelbyville. Other trains run via Lagrange. Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored. Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade about decided to make the race for the Republican nomination for troasur er. H) is one of the best known Re publicans in the Tenth district, a strong supporter of Langley and a shrewd politician. candidancy and he has See your Local Agent for Full Particulars New Improved Win. J. Oliver with a guaranteeagainst breakage of frog" and a point and a landslide that is indepen- dent of each other. Think of this. Have you seen it? Call at our store and also inspect the NEW DANDY DISC HARROW, positively the best ever invented . TAYLOR & OLDHAM Watch Repairing s a specialty to whioh we give special cation. No matter how rauoh or how ie the w&toh is defective or damaged e tako particular pride in doing the .rk so the timepiece will be as good as r better than it when new. We do ."welry repairing and remodeling in the e way -- Test us with some piece you cannot now" use F. Ji YBAGER RICHMOND, XEKTUCIY Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every Ropmscntativo Helm, of this district one talks about it. Any flavor made to order and delivered" promptly. tf made a stirring speech in tho House last Wednesday in support of Canadian reciprocity and tho farmers' free list For Rent bill. Ho said that tho position of those Office rooms, Bright building, apply high priests of protection. Congress to Dr. J. G. Bosley. These aro new men cannon, iian and DalzolJ, was as 45--it rooms. much a danger signal to him as tho rodlightj on the railroad track was to Folye's Kidney Remedy the engtaeer. Ho produced first-han-d Acted Quickly. evidencli to show that tho freight rates w. ueorce. irondalo. Ala., was from Canadian points, to Central Ken bothered with kidney trouble for many tucky points were an insurmountable years. i doctored, ana tried kidney protection to Kentucky farmers, and medicines without material benefit, in showed that tho balance of trade and fact, kept getting worse. I was per suaded to try Foley Kidney Remedy, farm prpducts with Canada is and before takiner it. three da vs I could jly in our favor. feel its beneficial effects. The pain left my DacK. my Kidney action cleared uij. Local ;irm Will Continue Val and I am so much better I do not hesi uable Agency. tate to recommend Foley Kidney nemeay 10 an sutlers. Perry, of this city, has just H. L. btockton & Son closed a leal whereby he" will continue Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave to bo agejit for ZE O the well known orders early. 44tf remedy fj)r Eczema, Dandruff, and all Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro diseases Jf the skin and scalp. The exj inordinary leap that this clean ceries. You will save 10 cents on every liquid external treatment for skin affec dollar. tf tions hasjmade into public favor in the Administrator's Notice. last few spars proves its wonderful curaproperties and makes it indeed a All persons having ckims ag&isst the tive valuable iddition to the fine stock of estate of Ellen Todd, deceased, will remedial pkae present then to ae profwr ly vri-fie- Perry lni ents errieu W the H. L. Co. aecordteg to tew, e or before July re a Hmltwi supply of s&mpfes 1, If 11, or mm wiU to bund. wlM W.pyWlfrae to jroy &. K. MOSBKLY, wt .ptriiP to Mt ttt medkinarA' booklet "Ho Om Brwk, ire, JiWniigf.eyolooi To Tho Skin," will iim U Harvey Spoke. Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and ean handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prises. "We buy Hides Rubber .and alL kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have . i. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 50 years experience the guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock in city to select from factory KENTUCKY over-whelm- in My Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious ; ; : : : people : " is complete and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks, UwbreUsa, etc., at lowest pnoes for Hats Fine Line New Style okse goods. d. W L. LEEDS Richmond, Ky J Oldest Established Clothing: and Tailoring Houst ia Rkfcmoftd B Stouffer - . " Sv'V'--? . J. "V-.;-. Hi . : t tw: ' "V . : . ' ' i'-'- i '; : . - ,R'r'.- ' - v . .. r-- ' - -- V4 ; -- ; .r ' ''. " - ; ' . " ' - . " " ,jfe' i t ' - sTk-'" - - - - - .'.- -V - V - ' " ' r ' . - . . " . " " ' : - ... . 4 - 4 . - --' , - ' " v 1 -" ' ' " - " r ' ' ' ' i. ' . .. .. . a - . -- .M . -- -- .4 - " .1,.- ' , ... ' V- - - j;- - - .'ev-- ; f;mv -- . ja:?-- - Wit en 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 YOU ARE SURE spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date v 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 as long as the garments last; Kenton sizes come in models for men of every' buil- d- -- the extra tall or short, stout or lean, ' 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 SATISFACTION BENNETT and H1GGINS UNDERTAKING Wool Deatherage wants your wool. 4L 11 $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18 00, 20.00, 22.50, $25.00 Other Good Suits $10 and $12.50 Collars Cotton or Linen? Time For not-ther- e, See McCollum's hand bills. Telephone Dan Breok, fire, lightning, cyclone 704. tf See and live stock insurance. Sexton before you get that new Order one of those juicy steaks from shoe. Culton. Phone 125. Spring lamb is here. Choice cuts at Das Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Culton's. tf. and live stock. Old Dominion Portland cement, none C oiae to Owen McKee, Richmond better, at W. W. Broaddus. tf Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone tf and live stock insurance. do and why not you. tf Madison Institute will be opened K3ott Bros, want your wool at highest during the summer months for a few price. tf. 4t select boarders. Sexton has Roman Sandals. Who can fit you" with that Crossett low shoe? Sexton can. 0mQKgl Cuban Star, 5c tf That good ice cream at Ricci's Look for the word "Linen" stamped on them; if it is 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 5ELLL tf Barker's Linen Collars because they are the best to be found for the price: Linen, and they are stylish and fine- -They are ' . most extensive assortment of all the newest styles here, Hats for the older men, hats for the younger lows. for every day, hats for dress up, including fine Panamas "A fel-H- ats Strove 1 2-- 8 Fixing Residence. Taos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst William Buckley, the hardware mer Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone chant is completely overhauling his 151 ring 2. Union OUy, Ky. .lyr home on East Main street, by tearing Culton's link sausage is as good as can down tile front part and building an be made. Try seme of it. addition to the west side. For Rent Gott Bros, will wool you and pay you tf. Store room newly shelved papered lor it. and painted. Apply to Everett Berry, Big Crowd. tf Hallie Irvine St. Fishing at Lake Reba has begun in ernest for the summer and the Manager Caldwell High School claims that fully one hundred were out last Sunday, which is always the biggest ENTERTAINMENT day, to try their luok. A party of Boyle county anglers, who come every spring and summer, succeeded in landing a big May 19, lot of bass last Friday and Saturday. Friday at 7:45 o'clock Elmer Deatherage wants your wool. School Auditorium Highest market prices. 4 2 for 25 cents 0c to $5 Covington THE " Mr , STORE FOR QUALITY . 1 At Berea. Berca is to have a fair this year and arrangements are being made to mako it a hummer. O. C. Rhodus is President and E.'T. Fish, is secretary. Tho little town should have a big old fashioned fair as the community can easily support it: anks i ; , i Evening, COMING "Heads from of Houses will make RichLouisville mond 24 Ih. Commercial Club. Holds most interesting meeting Monday evening at Court House. Richmond is undoubtedly going to have a real live commercial club, although it seem as if a few in the city are not much in the favor of such a move. There are about fifty subscribed to the membership lists, but tho payment of the small fee of $5.00 does not mako a commercial club. Richmond merchants are not slow to contribute to such cause, but when it comes to and aggressive spirit thoy fall short and it is a hard thing to get them to come out to public meetings, express their view's and aid in going after improvements for the city. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, who is perhaps bolter posted on tho history of Richmond for tho past thirty years than any other of her citizens, delivered ono of the strongest talks on the subject of "Aggressivo Commercial Clubs" Monday evening overheard in this or any He pointed out plainly other city. why Winchester, Mt. Sterling, Danville, Paris and other towns of the Blue-grashad hustling commercial clubs, and were constantly getting new enterprises to come to the city, bettor railroad facilities, etc., -- while Richmond Vas constantly going back. A nominating committee was appointed, select officers to be voted on Thursday evening and it is hoped that every merchant in tho city will come Meeting will be held at Court out. House, and tho hour has been placed s" Our Team is alright Circuit Court Madison Institute Comes to a close last evening for the year 1910-19-1- 1. "The Good Natured Man" (Goldsmith) Cast of Characters Harold Barker ..James Leeds Croaker Harris Douglas Softy Jas, Oulton Sir "Win. Honey wood Robert Baxter LeoaUae Jan-i- s William Collins Georgo Gumbert Butler Robert Leeds Dubardta Mary Allman Miss Richland Olivia ilaitie Pigg Mrs. Creaker Mattie May Alverson Emma Oldham Garnet Scene London Admission 25 cents for adults, 15 cents for children. Net proceeds to be used for electric lighting the school building. 191 1. As one of the greatest inventions of the age, a Spirella corset is foremost and many Madison county women can testify to its great worth. I have the new models for 1911 now in and can fit you. Also abdominal supporters. Prices reasonable and your inspection Mrs. Hallio Deatherage is solicited. Phone 500. It If you are going to have a party have Ricci make your brick cream in that " tf delicious manner. Season and the fans are Adjourns Saturday after satisfied with the playing two weeks term. New Way Knocks Mr. Honey wood New Principal. The Board of Education-for the Rich OH ERA HOUSE Every Night mond Schools has selected Prof. M. L. Caneer, of Carthage, Tenn., to succeed Prof. E. P. Kelley. Prof. Kelley. was not an applicant for the place and his going away will be a source of much re- eret t a wide circlo of friends. The new instructor comes very h ighly recom mended. tho "Ileads of Next Wednesday Houses" an organization of Louisville Wholesale merchants, which is making a tour of the Bluegrass to get better acquainted with the trade, will stop over in Richmond for several hours to Beattyvillo and othor eastern points. Mayor Rice hns appointed a special committeo to meet the train and it is hoped that every one will go visitors a cordial welout and give-tjicome to the city. All those owning automobiles will do a great favor to the Committeo by lending their assistance About two hundred on that date. citizens compose tho party that will make the trip from Louisville and tho towns along the route are making preparations to entertain them during their short stay. to o Farm 5old. Mr. James T. Forricll.the well known real estate dealor, has just sold to J. II. Crawford, of this city, the 200 aero farm in Lincoln county known' as the Josh Swope place about half way between Stanford and Danville for S18.000, This is one of' tho best farms in Lincoln county. Burnam's Insurance Agency insures tobacco while growing against hail 11 storms. Call and'seo us. They Went A big crowd from this county witness ed Judge Benton adjourned the May term of the circuit last Saturday, noon. Richmond is well represented in the but will return on June 3rd for the day, Bluegrass league, although the first trip when he will pass on some unfinished away from home for three games result- busiaees. The commonwealth occupied ed somewhat disastrously- .- Ono game some of the time last week with the was stolen from us at Loxington, and oase of Addison Creek mora charged a close decision at Paris resulted in our with ktlfleg the woman Osllie Bush losing there by narrow margin of one The extra jary was seoured and after a score. day with the evidence a verdiet of two The fans turned out heavily last Wed years in the penitentiary was given. A nesday, the opencrjiero, and 200 moro motion for new trial was overruled and people witnessed tho gamo here than a bill of exceptions will be paeeed on the opening gamo at, Winchester the later. preceding day. Richmond lost a poorly A suit to recover 31,000 from the played game but redeemed heself the estate of Samuel Welch, Berea, by Mrs. next two by defeating Frankfort easily. Jennie B. Fish, resulted in a hung jury. Winchester was easy in the opener and Plaintiff claimed that several months was forced to go down in defeat by a score of 4 to 2 on their home grounds. Richmond has never lost an opening gamo, a romarkable record and ono not held by any other club of the league. Our pitchers are getting into fine shape, and barring the accident to Wills, we are leading them all with twirlers. There are none bettor In the league thnn Nichols and Chcnowith, Sterling has experienced somo hard luck in his games, but he is a heady twirler. There will probably be a shake up in tho team before long, as the time limit for the 'extra men will run out the 20 th and three will have to bo dropped. The Management Is now figuring just how to strengthen the team. The game Sunday in Lexington was farce, according to tho best critics on both sides. Richmond should have won and a decision of the Umpiro will be tho basis for a contest. Lexington and Paris, on their home grounds have tried to get games, by fair means or foul and it has greatly injured the future i f the league. Frankfort will bo hero for two gamof, Wednesday and Thursday, and with a team much strengthened, they aro now out for a pennant. Pat Bohannon; tho old leaguer has joined the.Capita"! City team. Manager Lowis says the Pioneers aco in fine shape and will overcome the few difficulties within tho next two weeks, that they have been laboring undersinco the season opened. On form so tar, Richmond has the best team in the league and will 6e at the top when the finish comes. Every member of the pioneer-teais in good condition and nearlyal) of them are season players and can go the route, no matter how gruelling tho contest, all of which tolls in tho long run. prior to the death of Welsh she loaned him 31,000 in gold coin, but no record was made of the loan in an eWeial "manner. All parties are from Berea. Two othor cases from Berea, to have been tried last week were compromised. They were- Berea Bank & Trnst Co. against J. Hoskins and J. W. Fowler and same against Berea Canning & Packing Co. Mrs. Xannie Holland failed to recover damage against Thomas Holland for She asked for $1,000. Miss slander. Downey, stenographer in the office of Greenleaf & Horrington, was appointed by Judgo Benton examiner for the county. Manhattan SS Shirts are gaaraateedJ not to fade. Far stile by Rioe & Arnold, Sole Agents. so far. Rheumatism D -- This is elosiee' week with Madison Institute and a most prosperous year has been the rsnk. President Cass May's determination to raise the oarriealum has met with the approval-oall patrons ef the college, who are anxious to see this noted institution of learning oeetipy an exalted position among the colleges for women, "Higher EdMoation" will be the motto and graduates will be able to enter the Junior classes of all big collages. There will be no graduating elass th is term on account of the change. Last Friday evening a very delightful f F Proves Startling Success. ed Goon-te- Absolutely As To Es suits. completely ot nrtc acid deposits whleh eanee rheumatism has ben sotvo- -. tatad by many chronic uHrei wl nave need It. or tne novel remedy caSU perfected after 3 yean of d axWuwUvo teats. Its nntone action M om of e rew- ires wMen SMot attract ua ... the ball game in Lexington last Sunday betweoh Richmond and Lexington, the excursion via L. & N. and L. & A. car rying many local rooters. There were about 2000 people present and the game was a close one. It is claimed that the umpire gave Richmond tho rawest kind of a deal in tho fifth inning, which lost the arno for tho Madison team. Oulton's meat market gives prompt delivery. Phone 125. Never Again. John Rymal, the well known carpen ter declares he will never fish again on Sunday. Last Sunday his big string of fish broke loose from the boat at Lake Reba and sunk, after he had fished hard all day. Some one stole his minnow net. he forgot his lunch when he left home and also stuck a sharp hook in his finger. He claims it's his unlucky day. Fine country' hams just received at tf Oulton's. Better. The broken finger on the pitching hand of Wills, the great twirler for tho Pioneers, is getting along nicely and Manager Lewis thinks he will be ablo to take his turn in the bos in about two weeks. It was a most unfortunate accident and his admirers are hoping that he will get back in the game soon To Frankfort Live stock inspector for The broken finger was sustained in the Assistant Madison county, Boyd Wagers, was in game with Frankfort last Thursday. Frankfort last week in conference with Lehigh Portland" Cement at W. W State official, Dr. Payne, in regard to Broaddus & Co. 41tf some important matters pertaining, to You'll Be More the inspecting of sheep for Madison They Hustle. Than Well Pleased county. Mr. Wagers, as assistant to Although Winchester does not handle with our movinsr pictures and re Van Benton has been busy for sometime the volume of business that goes thru entertainment. inspecting the flocks of the county the channels of trade in Richmond, yet fined vaudeville The best pictures, the cleverest per under the new law. it remained for an organization of her formers make up the programme. hustling citizens to come to Richmond Cox which Is changed every day. Word has been received by relatives and snatch away from the local real of this county of the death of Mrs. Dil- - estate dealers, one of thu biggest sales Our Moving Pictures years, that lard Cox, which occurred at her late that has been conducted in of the ' Shackelford addition, which And Refined Vaudeville home in Valley Center. Kan. several will be sold as building lots next Friday are always fit to be seen by women days ago. Deceased was sixty five years at auction. , The Bluegrnss Realty Co., No objectionable of ace and belonged to a pioneer family of Winchester purchased this property and children. who moved from this section many years are permitted. features ago to Illinois. Her husband died about sovcral weeks ago and have constructed sidewalks and pavements. It will bo three years ago. Deceased was a daught Two Shows Every Night an ideal residence place. er of the late Percy Cobb, who lived at First 7:15, Second 8:30. Uall 125 and let Uulton send you one Red House and is related to P. F. Adams ADMISSION, JO CENTS of Richmond. of his appetizing rib roasts. Embry. McCollom's Great 25 Cent Sale Beginning MONDAY, May J'5th and Ending Monday, May 29th, WI ?:,25c Eight 5 cent boxes Searchlight or Capitol Matches 2pc . Seven 5 cent boxes Argo Gloss Starch Bight 5 cent cakes Lenox Soap :., i .......... . 25c Seven 5 cent packages Arm & Hammer Soda , : . . ?oe Seven 5 cent packages Table Salt 25c . Eight 5 cent bottles Laundry Bluing 2oe 5 cen cakes Clean Easy Soap Six on 40 other articles cut down for this special sale And from 20 to 40 per cent savd -5c " Remember the Date, Monday, May J5 R. D. McCOLLOM j4kvine street, corner H & CO A Washington special contained a notice of the death of Judge James S. Embry, which occurred at his home in that city last Tuesday evening. Deceased was formerly a resident of Madison, living at 7:30. Tho temporary chairman, Mr. Turloy, here many years ago, where he served He was .related appointed a committee of about a dozen the county as Judge. to many people in Madison and adjoin as a special committee to meet tho Louising counties. He was 84 years of age.l ville delegation of business men, who H e left Richmond forty years ago and will upend several hours hero on next at that time was a noted orator in the Wednesday, the 84th. All who will Republican ranks of the state. lend their autos for this occasion are I will receive wool at the Madison asked to notify Mr. Charles Higgins at & Higgins. Tobacco Warehouse. Bring it. to me. Bennett Bring your wool to me at the Madison Elmer Deatherage. tf Tobacco Warehouse. Third Year. Elmer! Deatherage. tf Dr. C. C. Marshall begun last weok Miss Weaver Won. his third year as pastor of the First Miss Gladys Weaver was the lucky Baptist church, of Richmond and few Saturday in the drawing of the pastors who have had charge of mond churches in tho past, or aro at tree macnine at tne store o: u . u, present occupying theso positions, are Oldham & Co. She hold No 1,292, tho more beloved. An excellent congrega second number called and on realizing tion with interest growing all the time her good fortune was so overjoyed she for the betterment of church conditions, could scarcely talk. This firm .will Dr. Marshall can be congratulated (for give another machine away under the his great work accomplished sinco com same conditions next Month. A mons Dr. Marshall s trous crowd held numbers in the draw ing to Richmond. ' , people wore Kentuckians, his 'great ing. grand-fathe- r, John Marshall being a Old Confeds. resident of Woodford county, who Comrades James Pattie and N. B. married Miss Katherine Waller. The Deatherage-- . left Saturday for Little. Waller family were noted for its Baptist Rock, Ark.,where they are now enjoying ministers. Dr. Marshall was horn in the feast of good things set out by that Indiana and educated at DePauw Uni city for the entertainments of the Old versity and Union College, later, finish Confeds,-wharo there this week for ing a theological course at the Baptist tho annual reunion of tho United Con College, Louisville. He came to. this federate Yeterans Association. Ken city from Hodgcnsville and from tho tucky, as usual, will have a big delega beginning has mado his pastorate one tion and a representative ono and many of great success. tho i tones will bo told around camp Dont iorget it. u. aicuonunvs Dig o fires of tho bloody days of the civil cts sale of groceries. A but Sale, A strife. These two .gcnt!csi rarely ever, mls a reunion and they get as big saving of money for. you. much pleasure out of tho trip y Will Demonstrate. two i the "Old Boys". Miss Ethel A. Church, an expert, Burnam's Insurance Agency. Don't will demonstrate the great results that Suppose,, your property should can bo obtained by cooking with gas wait. burn tonight, See us. Phone 707. t f and will come 'to Richmond on next Monday for a week under the directions Close" Cal!. . of'-hRichmond Water & flight Co: JIf, Wolfe Campbell came very near Shf will give an exhibition every after bfiin- - Seriously injured last Monday noon in Masonic" Temple and every lady morning: by getting caught in a smash in Richmond is cordially iuvitod to up, ,A mule he was driving, took Read the advertising in this frlgiji andstiVted to run just as he was issue. in the act of cllmis in tho vehicle and Interwoven heoj and toe socks are he 4as finable to geCiokl of the It ties .to be better than aayJJe'.eBt. untilithi animalh-- a- gained ceasiriarahU skrwH"wu,evdf wore; .Xiut Ah hood Ira; as-ane d. gp-rwi- tee- concert was enjoyed by many visitors, which was given by the yotmger pupils at the ootlege. Monday evening the annual concert was given at the Opera noose and tho work of the pnn in their different parts proved that Madi son Institute is certainly theronch in every departraen. A large and appreciative audience enjoyed the evenine. Tuesday evening the masieal at the oollege by the advanced pupils closed the commenoemeot season. During the summer season the- college grounds will be beautified and. improved with concrete walks, the buildings will be re furnished and many little ImnrovomeBts made to add to the looks of the Insiitu.- tion.in general. The musical department will bo second to none. Presi dent Cassldy will have the best teachers In the country and a thorough musical edueatien ean be had right here. - Alarming. The sanitary conditions anound Stat ion Camp, Estill county, have reached at terrible state, in that typhoid fever isYaging and if the conditions are not bettered there will bo many deaths Wm. Isaacs died Friday after mach sulfating and his three brothers and two sisters are now down with the disease, with but Utile hope of the re covery ot one of them. Lewis Isaaes, a brother, died about two weeks after battling with, tho fever several days. In the family of George Oliok his wife and child are down with little hope of recovery. He is just up from a long siege. Health Officer and A sewer in Council. East Main between HallleJ Irvine and Orchard sts. is in a filthy condition, it is a breeder and is a nuisance an shouW be abated at once. Attontlon is also called to the condition of Second street between Main and Water. It looks like the back yard of a junk shop instead ef one qf the principal streets, in a thriving tows. Will the proper authorities pleaso take dno notice. Burnam's cheap. . Insurance Agency. field. insure tobacco in tho We Rates tf elechas been tive In every form of rheumatism. & feature which is extremely annsoal. C AV. Beson. M. D one of the oot prominent physicians In Oklahoma, hi known for nays: success in treatinss rh eumatlMiu. "The cun for this test were selected from the various chronic forms commonly known a Inrarable, and alt forms ot the uiseuae nave yielded to treatment. Convinced that the with there are no Incurable forms of the duease. I am now ready to stake my professional reputation oa my ability to cure all forms of rheumatism with this treatment.' The best news or all tor tne rnan- matle is that Is guaranteed as 10 results. Is singularly' free from any iplates or daBerous droits of any and is easily assimilated by tie weakest stomach. Poll explanations of tha wendortol icMon of oa rheumatism, ton-rtrout and neuraljria, are ackl lth everv bottle. Begin taktsi? a today, and yu may Kittle of afely drop every other rheumat-w-n reatmeat yon may now be taStlnir. at yonr draggMt at 149 a Set ottls. If yea are wttli it. as yon HH he, not 6 bottles for Vpa.-- ad got rid ef yoor dms-t- ot our aJHtetfoa. If eanaaa pfdy yecu tt wOt be sent oa reeass wf Med-t- ne Co- - SWlln-of- rrhwV the 'e ilearo. IN. Thu fir. t bottht t lit o every sfferer. i -F -F -F o. -F -F lea of the sufferer using It. VnMka any ether treatment ot Its kind known, "sia-alreoolts it nrednees patient or been s" able by t has which the clearly foretell the complete eraJlca- or me aisease. tt'-remarkably tsd f -F It wijl pay you to read R. STOCKTON & SON D. McCol lum's Great 25 cents Sale advertisement in this issue of The Climax. Catholic Church... Last Sunday was a day of great joy to thirty five children of St. ehwc ef Ibis oily. Oa that occasion they received the Holy Communion for (fee first time. For several days they prepared for this event bj dilUgeat study of their roHgioB sod- with spooial tesfhietieas given by the FaCter, pastor. Rev. Father O'Dwyer. O'Dwyer's lastruetiene covered such subjects as Death. The Judgement, Heaven and Hell and as is the oastont ht the church he brought oat with much foreo the bearing.that those subjects should have on their daily conduct. High Mass Mark's-Cataelic Much Enjoyed. Bare foot sandals that aro made right, that will fitand wear well. Bring the children to Rice & Arnold. Games at Home This Week Frankfort today and tomorrow Game called at 3 p. m. . Go out and root for the home team Pure country lard lOqts. per pound by the pan, this week only, at C. C. Culton's. The Lecture given last week at the court house by Mr. Leonard, of Brook. lyn, N. Y., on Christian Science, proved very interesting to a good sized audience and cleared away muoh of the mist through which tho Deonle here have looked at this form of religoua belief. Mr. Leonard's address from every standpoint, was a finished ono and ho present ed the cause for which he is laboring, with great force and conviction. His words were thoughtfully arranged and many of his prepositions must be ac cepted as sound. The lecture will bo very strengthening to the local church. was celebrated at 7 a. m. Christian Church Revival. The services atthe Qbristain Churehl aro being well attended In view"of the many other .special meetings In thly city. There haVe been several additions to tho church and a renewal of. Interest in church work. On Sunday the auditorium was crowded and many were turned away. Miss Berry is delighting all with her excellent singing-- , Secure to atteadtvery service. nc-t- k -v(-- who has Grand treasurer of the bon urand Commandory of Kentucky. Knights Templars, for years. He Is as prominent in Knight Templar eiretos as in baso ball, and is oonspieubus tafe-weamong the "omincnts at Lexington, chosen- efc EmlnentSjr Rfotstoekton, New Stock New Patterns Lverytfiing New in WALL PAPER 5 cents per Bolt and Up - Good Crowds.? warm sum mar evenings do not ". . Try a' pair and ywmlMuwd. ; oe -- Wt! e Arnold, jaera.to keefhUw people a way from tho of thTsell stylos T Wnjl'Wo. fer tttor ar itrthc- - aai .... r i worn t imnm.mt mtmmMM. m; rr tut iWTKMii i mm ...urw .. winiwr ia j.w in RMT Xery BittnUjHlM aro rtittt. why not not 3fM to hav sever! poo eJhtter hav 's Drug Store a a ir OK! mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmfi-- nmn QUAIL SHOOTING. rfi (riimimmaummusiamammmmmmmmmmsaBam IB Siljfe fe MUSHROOM CORNS a Kct Painful of Alt Foot Aliment Hew to Cure Them. J Some of tho Difficulties That Confront tha Man With tho Gun. Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. The Northwestern Mutual Lite Insurance Co,, will loan money at 6 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortp'e. Apply to J. C. ChenauH, Atty. Richmond, Ky. hf to ceceeeoaoeaoecsoQcscooGeca . Certtfp u& to tfje Sppointmeut of Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage 9 WW f irmT ,' . 3ok JBfetrflmtot : for tfjfe locality : : : of tfje famous &ttgle lamp UmppUeg anb Single Xam The Mushroom corn la so called from Its pitted cone top, resembling a tlnr mushroom. It burrows deep Into the toe and gets more inflamed than other corns. Fjst the Quick relief and 'cure of these and all corns and callouses the following is the most effective remedy known to scl ence: Dissolve 2 tablespoonfuls of Caloclde com pound in a ba sin of hot water. Soak the feet in this for full fifteen minutes, gently mas saging the Bore parts. (Less time will not give desired results.) All soreness instantly disappears and the corn, or callous can be easily peeled off. It may be necessary to repeat this for number of nights for a complete euro, but If adhered to it will surely succeed. A little olive oil rubbed on the part is very beneficial. This Calocide is very remarkable preparation for all foot ailments and Is no longer confined to doctors' use. Any druggist has it in stock or will quickly get it from his cent wholesale house. A twenty-fiv- e package is usually sufficient to put the worst feet in fine condition. Bad smell ing feet and tender feet need only few treatments, likewise with inflamed bunions. This item will be welcomed by persons who havo tried ineffectual powders and tablets. tv "One of the dl3cultles of quail shooting lies In the very fact that would apparently make his killing a simple proposition, his rising uear the gun." says Charles Askln In Outing. "Let me Illustrate: If a quail rose within ten feet of the gun and continued sailing around the shooter's head at a mile a minute gait the chances are that he couldn't be killed In ten shots, both the bird and the gun changing angle with a rapidity beyond the ability of the mind to calculate. In the same way a close springing bird may change his angle with regard to the gun so rapidly as to entail a long and accurate swing before he can be covered. The nature of the quail's flight fre quently makes thU long swing unavoidable. The bird may rise to the north, pass to the west and be killed to the south. Had It been possible to foresee that the bird would swing about to the south before being killed the gun might have been pointed there, rendering unnecessary a complex gun movement, but meantime the quarry would probably have gone in some other direction. The quail work that call? for care and skill is cover shooting, nnd the only safe rule there is to point your gun as near the bird as you can when he breaks and shoot as quickly as you can get on." HOUSEHOLD SNAKES. t In The Grand Stand .Among wideAwake Americans 9 That's where you see Adler's Collegian Clothes I. R. Pennington Dentist. . Offico next door to Government buili ing Richmond, Ky. 3 In every gathering of men-who-kno- well-dresse- d, w Dr. Robt. C. Boggs : Dentist Office manly at work or at play this famous make is easily recognized Telephonj267 in Oldham Building There are many reasons why you, too, should wear Adler's fcollegian 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 accessor to liurttin Over & DENTIST State Bane Trust Company TELEPHONE 296 & Uennr Blanton, anly OrOfOce Id Bennitt Bui.-.i,- j. DENTIST lELcPttOME 19 SAILING BACKWARD. Feats of Seamanship Performed With Square Riggers. Square rigged ships can. in case of necessity, be made to sail rudder fore most, and there are many cases known where ships have Balled in that re versed order. Only a few years ago case was recorded of such backward Announcements sailing. FOR SHERIFF One instance where the maneuver 'We are authorized to announce ELMER DEATHKKAGE a caodiIute for Sheriff of was employed by a genius In battle j Ma1iwHi county, subject to the action of tactics rather than under the need of When you suffer from any form of of this remarkable cure for stomach, We are authorized to announce JOHN E. marine disaster is n brilliant chapter in the history of Old Ironsides. This indigestion it is alwav- - well to take liver and bowel troubles through a BALDWIN' a candidate for Sheriff of county. fcumething for the liver, as usually the free sample Mrs. Frank Lilly of Democratic wiWecl to the action of the Uiccount is taken from Maclay's naval rfy. troable lies there If you are bilious, Plainview, III., sent for one and it history: We are authorized to announce X. B, have a bloated feeling: after eating, if cured her and she is open in saying The sternmost ship was observed JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison yoa belch, if yonr kin is yellowish that she will never take pills or strong count'. Miuject to tlie action of the Demo- luffing up so as to take a raking posi yum may be core it is liver troable. cathartics again, as Syrup Pepsin acts cratic Uon across the Constitution's Wtat yo need is something to stir so mildly. Mr. W. L. Bryant, the We are authorised to announce H. If. Mindful of his danger. Captain stern. Stewtir the liver, to arome the gastric Postmaster at Sardis, Tenn says he COLYER a, candidate for Sheriff of .Madl-wcount-subject jticrs so that they will aid in the di-- g will- - never be without it again. No Democratic party. to the action of the art suddenly braced his main nnd mlzzen topsails fiat to the mast, shook all A very good sick person can afford to ignore a itor. of your food. hereby autltorized to announce We n medj for this, and one- - highly rec-o- r. remedy so highly endorsed as this. VAN are IIBNTON a candidate for Sheriff forward. let go his Jib sheet and quiet B. .mended by those who have used It is good for all the family from of Madieon County, subject to the action ly but swiftly backed, under cover of it is D" Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, infancy to old age. because it is mild, of the Democratic party. the smoke, abreast the rear ship. The SCHOOL SUPERINTENDED w i. h ou can obtaia of any dmggit free from griping and yet promptly maneuver was in beautiful t tiy cents or one dollar a bottle. effective. Furthermore, results are We are autltorized to announce BEX J A style. The yardsexecutedaround almost at swung But if you hate any doubt about its abtohjteiy guaranteed or money will MIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison as soon as the order was Issued; the merit? and would prefer to try it be reftaded. county, mibtect to tiie action of the Demo- ship checked her course, trembled for firu. tend yonr address to Dr. Cald-wecratic party. For the free sample address Dr. W. a moment and then began backing. As asMldte wfll promptly send yon a We B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Brockaxe mitlMWized to announce Wm. S. If by magic the Constitution had free cample bottle. a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madieon County, sub dropped astern and almost before the Thousands of people nrst learned Monticello, III. ject to tlte action of the Democratic party enemy For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqRE was aware of It was nlongsld FOR JAILER of the sternmost ship with every gun authorized 1nRnnni!nn.Mni?n A "V . c m.. i i :... .We. are .v Tsvi rw a umutuait; t JUIICK Ul4lUUIfiUU of her formidable battery reloaded and till county, subject to the action of the Demo double shotted." cratic iwrty. The clipper ship Dreadnought lost FOR ASSESSOR her rudder in a gale in the winter of We are authorised tosnnimnoeflRORGE 1SG2-3- . and Captain Samuel Samuels N'OLAKD a candidate for Assessor of performed the great feat of sailing her Jlaflison county milwect to the action of tue uemocrattc party. backward for more than COO miles and We are autborized to announce W. F. Into safety in the harbor of Fayal. JARMATC a candidate forAssflRKornf ln1- kon county, subject to the action of the New York Sun. Democratic party We are autltorized to announce RUFUS THE HERMITAGE JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county Bubject to the action of the party. ueniocrattc Mansion In Which Aaron Burr Courted FOR COUNTY CLERK Estello Provost. Now is the time to put your bouse in W e are authorized to announce LaRue C. There still stands in the Paramus House a candidate fnr fmntv fli.rl.- - nf order for the comiag season. Do you Madkion oetiuly. subject to the action of valley, twenty miles from New York, want a change from the regulation uomecraiic part- in Bergen county, N. J., well preserved things you have seen for years ? We and kept; the mansion in which Aaron Burr courted the beautiful Estello are tired of them and we tbiuk you So Deceptive Provost, widow of an officer in the must be. We hare been looking for Many Richmond People Fall to British army, herself an ardent royal aoatething different and better, and 1st during the Revolution. Realize the Seriousness. we have found them. Oone in and In the days of this courtship Burr's Backache is so deceptive. see these new thiags You will be as It oomes and goes keeps you guess command in the American army was stationed at White Plains, N. r., and pleased ae we are. ing. he was accustomed to ride from there Learn the cause thon cure it. Xin times out of tee it comes from to Paramus on horseback to the woo ing of his ladylove, making the Jour the kWaeys. ney to and fro between sunset and That's why Dr Doaa's Kidney Pills dawn. The mansion, known as "The are so efleoUve. Hermitage," Is of rough stone with We prefeat the following case gothic peaks. A picturesque turnstile proof of their merits. admits visitors to the extensive 213 West Main Street. Mrs. Elk Ikies, ISO Georgetown St grounds. Not far away is the old church, likeLexington, Ky., says: "My faith Doan's Kidney Pills 1ms not dimished wise as It was In those perilous and Wail Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, romantic days, where Burr and the in the least since I publicly recommend fair widow, his persistent and arden Frames and Mirrors. ed them in 1000. I suffered for a num wooing naving won tier, were mar years from kidney disease. I had ried. Adjoining and belonging to this ber of pains in my back, ospeoially severe at church Is an ancient burying ground, sight sad as the result 1 could not rest many of whose moss grown grave well, j Headaches and dizzy spells were stones have quaint and grotesque ,in common, aad I felt miserable most of scriptions. One offers this cheerful in the time. The pains in my baok and vitatlon: Dear Brother and SIstor, through my kidneys often prevontcd Como visit our Tume; me from doiag my housework and al Prepalr for Grim Deth, though I tried all kinds of liniments and For this is your Duma. Browning's Magazine. plasters, 1 became bo belter. A friend, Some women retain their beauty to an advanced who hd used Doan's KIdnoy Pills with age. jam; women, Tvno regularly endure pam, age Odd Juries. good results Anally advised me to try rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on The sheriff of n certain county in them and I procured a supply. They them. helped me from Hhe first, and by the England, being of a Jocular turn of mind, quietly picked a Jury of the Nearly all women suffer morn or 1p.sk nritli koto a time 1 had taken the contonts of twelve fattest men eligible for the pur I was well." form of female trouble. posemen so fat that when they ap should not "hn nprrWf pVT For eale by all dealere. Price 50 peared in court and the time came !&void the pain. treat yourself home by taking cents Koslor-MiibuCo.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United for them to take up their position in varum, as tnousanos or otner women nave done. the jury box it was found that but states. once and give ( ardui a fan? trial. Degin He member the name Doan's and nine of them could be accommodated. However, by rearrangement and taKe no other. squeezing and amid the boisterous i eel lanquid, weak, run down? Head laughter of the court they finally suc ache? lomaeh 'off" Just a plain ceeded in crowding into their allotted case of laiy lirer. Jlurdock Blood quarters a packed Jury In the most Bitters tones liver and stomaoh, pro literal sense. Following this fat Jury, the same merry sheriff bad motes digestion, purifies the blood lean Jury, thin enough to collected a havo been accommodated in the jury box twice J2 Sick headache results from a dis over. At another time he gathered a ordered condition of the stomach, and Jury of barbers and, as a crowning can bo cured by the use ef Chamberlain's feat; a Jury of twelve men who saulnt- MrS. Katie Bnrlison. GoreTillp. Til., frirvi PaWIm nun Trr?fno Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try it ed. green Bag. "I Buffered with female troubles, and was so sick I could not stand l or Sale bj Stockton & Sen. P OH ttV feet. Finallv I hpfrsm tn tal-- Pnrrlni Improvino on Gray. mend, Sow I am able to do all my housework and am in much Oliver Herford and a friend were strolling through a section of town Better neaiiii tium 1 was before." Try it. that was plentifully strung with pul Specialist AT ALL DRUG STORES ley lines on which many a family wasn" was waving In the wind. Mr In Diseases of BYE, EAR, NOSE Herford's companion called attention and THROAT to the manner In which these rar- Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky ments shut out the sky nnd otherwise J. M. IlewoH. a popular drmrsist of disfigured the landscape. ,Mr. Herford f?rAAnfilmr ..... w.bw..wwu.b, T?i cure "Wn UdU UlldUl' gazed at tjiem thoughtfully- and then ,iu berktlns Oough Romedy in our own gently murmured. "The short and elm Westminster Cfaime pie flannels of the poor." New Yorb nouseuoia ana Know it is excellent. For sale by Stockton & Son. Press. If you want new styles in low shoes Sure H Knew. try Sexton. "You don't know everything. I bet that you can't tell me what is a chi 0000 LIVER REMEDY FREE Mntl-Uw- n irt. -- Glboias Are Used as Domestio Rat Catchers In Brazil. In certain parts of Brazil, where tho climate is Intensely hot nnd where rats are a great nuisance, the common cat docs not thrive, but Is replaced by a domestic rat catcher whose presence causes a decidedly unpleasant sensation to visitors from the north when first they come In contact with the creature. Glboias are a species of small boa constrictor employed very generally in Brazil for the purpose above mentioned. They are not at all venomous. They sleep in the house, generally taking up their position at the foot of the stairs. When nightfall approaches they begin to wake up, and during the night they slide swiftly about the premises, looking for rats. Glboias are offered for Eale In tho markets of Babla and Pernambuco for prices ranging from $1 to S3, according to the size of the creature. It Is said that they are so easily domesticated that if removed from one house to another they Invariably return to the house whence they have been taken. Often when one is bargaining with a broker for the sale or lease of a residence In certain parts of Brazil the broker will expatiate with great eloquence upon the virtues and skill of the glbola that goes with it Harper's Weekly. Pride of Race. Many stories are told of the pride of these long descended country squires. They have held their own even with peers of ancient creation. A great friend of the Duke of Norfolk who died In 1S15 Jockey of Norfolk-w- as an old squire who always maintained that his name Huddleston was a corruption of the Saxon Athelstan and consequently much more ancient than that of Howard. Like the duke, he was a great toper and at dinner one day rolled off bis chair to the floor. The duke ordered a member of his family to raise him up. "Never," the old man "never shall It be said that the head of the house of Huddleston was lifted up by a Junior member of the house of Howard." "Then, old friend," answered the genial duke, "as Howard is too drunk to lift him up he will He down beside him," and be did. Manchester Guardian. hlc-cup- H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work Speoialty. Ofllco in Bank Building. a . GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON Lawyers Offico in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court IIouso Prices $15 to $25 Other Good Makes $10 to $J 5 iUSHMOND, . KENTUCKY. mce over State Bank & Trust Co., opposite Court House, on Main Street. Attobneyat-La- , . James & Hunley 9 Will buy or sellyour house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be nromntlv and carefully attended to. See him if his services are needed. We represent iroii bound Insurance Compapies remember this. THE ROYAL Home of Good Clothes Corner 2nd and Main J. 5. Stanifer, Proprietor 9 1 WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW! Embry Company The Leading Specialty House Dr. C . H. Mainhart Graduate McKillipp Veteilnatj icllege ot ChlRago. Ill First Price Reductions In Women's and Misses' Veterinary Surgeon Offlco at J. R. Azbill's Stablo Ofllco Phono 90 ) Res. Phono S32 Richmond, Ky Ha e. DOTY, SURVEYOR Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses We Need Space for Large Summer Stocks ....... solicage of those Its patron neoding ser vices ofa competent man. Address, RICHMOND, ENTUOKY. 50 Handsome Trimmed Suits, $35 Values up to $75 WILLGING Woman's Beauty It Sir Edwin Arnold as an Editor. Sir Edwin Arnold was perhaps the most suavo man who ever paced Fleet street His correspondence must have been enormous, but it never setmed a tax. He bailed a contribution from an acquaintance with thanks on one uay, begged forgiveness on the next for n day's inevitable delay in publication and on the third offered his congratulations. At first sight people thought the friendly manner too good to be true, but Arnold proved true on long trial. "I nm a nightly Journalist" he once said, nnd one knew he took pride in the ambiguous sound of the "nightly." A proper knight of the pen was- - be. London Chronicle. Not on Speaking Terms. L. & N. Time Table No. No. No. 150 Tailor Made Street Suits, $25 Values up to $45 Values up to. $30 Values up to $25 H "R No. No. No. No. at ru -- IPARDUI It Wfll Help You TUBULAR BELL CHIME at Dr. M. Dunn "Three dollars a minute," sajd the XT. yoUh who had asked the long distance telephone rate between him and am p. in. the lady fair. North Bound . "Yes, sir," said the telephone clerk. guess I'm not on speaking terms No. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. ArrlvpQ "I and Departs 4:30 a. m. with . her," sighed the you th.v sadly counting out ?2.D0 In his. purse. De- j.o. 1U. btanford to Cincinnati and 5- troit Saturday Night Arrives okO a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. Not Guilty. Norah, do you ever re- No. 2. Beattvville to Louisvllln Mrs. Leeder Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 a- - m peat nay thing you hear my husband nnd myself say to each other when we O. 28. Louisville to Rlchmnrwl via have a slight difference of opinion? Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. Domestic Th' saints forbid, mem. AO.-Jnoiville to Cincinnati. Ar. rives 1:50 p. m. Doparts 2:00 p. m His Legacy. No. 70. Stanford to Rlehmnnil dead." "I hear your rich uncle la f 3:00 p. m. "Yes." "What did he Jeaver No. 4. Beattwillo "to Louisvillo . "A widow we'd never heard of." Arrives l:55p. m. Doparts 2:00 p. m Milwaukee News. No. ,52. Jacksonville to Otnclnnnti Ar rives and. Departs 5:10 p. m. The Reason. "What a stiff family those new rich No's 31, 37, 33, 27, 31, 23, 33. 32 are people are!" Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, "Jes; you see, they made their' 4, daily Except Sunday. money in starch." Baltimore Amcrl-- I J. P. RUCKER, Aot can. jLiaj-svui8. South Bound. 31. Cincinnati to 'Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:0o a. m. t. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Doparts G:30 a. m. 1. Louisville to Beattvvillo Arrives 12:20 p. m. Departs 12:22 37. Cincinnati to noxvillo. iArrives 11:02 a. m. Departs 11 :34 a. m 33. Cincinnati to Jnoksnnviiln Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. 27. Richmond to LouisvMtn vtn Rowland. Departs 1:05 n. m. 3. Louisvillo to Be.ittwiiln . Arrives 0:55 n. m. I)nmrts7-9;- ; n n v. Cincinnati is Jlavsvilln tn Sinn. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs Mid-nigh- Ajcctuuiui ..T i J uuia.ru ircsscsT t "P en rn q.ju ' 50 Pongee arid Rajah Silk Dresses, $15 Women's and Misses' Sizes Reduced railroad rates to Lexington now in force . Main Street, East Bmbty & Company . Lexington, Kentucky Watch Our Windows Watch Our Windows We Are Always by Quality 1 The Henchede Hal Clock at a timepiece, a tabular chime, aad an article ot lummire tor heme, oficc, or institution, appeals alike to utSty, refaemeat, and musical taste. The perfect movement insures correctness of time: the soCd oak or mahogany case, with classic fines, conforms la good taste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and quarters after the peak of Whktragton or Westaffister, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passkg hour. The fifty styles give ample choice eq design, size, and price, all showing the moon's phases in the dial arch. We are sale ages for The Herschede Hal Uock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request Gifts byMaiL You can purchase gifts of Diaaeac Ste&g S3ver. Sheffield Hate, Geld aad S3re Jewelry. Mantel Clocks, Elc, King Emeral Chief Re. No. 4396 Chestnut' Stallion Will make the.'season of 1911 at Bob Walker's stable at .too, A chiropodist Is one of those chaps who can tell your character from your handwriting." "Blessed if I thought you knew ItH Baltimore American. ropodist" Yes, I can Unexpected Guests' The farmer" and his wife "were about to sit down to a cold supper when. they saw some old friends, .driving' towards the house. The good wife was equal to 'the occasiontKanlcs " to her New Perfection Oil Cookritove. She had klit ra a moment, and her guests' hardly were scaled oa the porch Wore a hearty hot meal was ready for the table sweagei aacT eggs and loag fathers of streaky bacon, and rolls just craped jn the oven and fresh cofei and the hostesa herself as cool mm! eat if she had not been the, kitchen. She neyer could Have raanaaeii it with an ranger i ik icw i ciiecuoa u uieqwcice,jot convenient ana Dest cooker m tbc market' i ' $20.00 To Insure aLiving CoK KING EMERAIi-fJHIE- P is a rcgrs- tered saddle borsajahd a relation to Em eral Bell that soffl lastj'bar as a old for S3, 000, at the. Mt. Sterling fair. after she won the big stake for saddle horses. This horse should cross well with the mares here, as he is a great bred one; all the stylo and aotlon you ,want; a grand horse to harness and good under saddle. Come aad see this. follow, if. you want to breed to a high-clas- s saddle " dorse. " Freedom of Will. Professor The result of our investi gations for the patit half hour is that man has freedom, of wllL I regret that I cannot continue the subject to: day, as I have to g shopping with my wife. Fuegende Blatter. T fell Into somu valuable property Dropping Into Wealth. yesterday," said he aviator. "Did you. Indeed?' "Yea; I went thrtpgh the skylight of million dollar fofflco building:" Washington .Heralif. Laws are like cobweb, which emfeb files, but letfwsp a a Itnwti break tkrosgiu fiflff. SPRING w u Hr ' ",v'ijiuic know 1 cntx.i. dvatMirCenecpoBcleficc raodeVate'pncss. a Departeeatat mt CenetpoBcWce soficked. , Muhwith 1. 2 and 3 bsracn. vith tear. fturoaoiM blue tumekd ctuanrrf. mm Premium Athletic Underwear Let us show you. DWyou uvCI , oet wise to tne S3renmt&s Jeweler 2- -. - - aioret an be hi 4 wlh or VtS it fjnirl puuny mied underwear? l;perfect fitting clothes were imposs- - The Frank Henchede Co. Ci.rinnttf, Otto, ROBE.RTW4LXR. $75 to $750 I have seme lee buggies &B$4r&$ wagons fersafhlgh.gra!ie'si' run some; must sell. ; To ihrplaaeTa spot. .OwbqicmPI ii;siner , rail tall with few while gcyjagr i 'I, jpm UMmnarrwbere f or vmtetor atcuUf to (fee df tmi Butoer. . W. -1 ; OMham & Company Ik