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Section 1 THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. 1911 " Section 3;th YEAR NUMBER 49 SHOOTING A HORSE. WALL PAPER SOMETHING NEW I Now is lira time to put 3'our house in ordar lor the coming season. Do you vvaab ft ohnnge from the regulation things you have seen for years ? We are tired of them and we tbiulc you must be. We have been looking for something different and better, and Come in and we have found them. see these new things You will be as pleased as we are. CURIOMSTOMS Norman PILFERING A BASE NAVAL GUN POINTERS. How They Are Aided by the Telescope Dynamiting . French Still Used Lawmaking In England. OFFICIAL In RUSSIAN FARCES. Amuting History of a Royal Dally Ra tion of Rum and the Astonishing Story of a Stolid Sentry and an In nocent Grass Plct. ,tn Europe there Is perhaps nothing more astonishing to the American mind, than tbe persistency wltli which 'certain old customs are maintained. The Romans, for instance, keep up the saturnalia of their ancient pafcan ancestors In a harmless way, and the Florentines go on ono morning of tho year to catch crickets in tho ' grass simply because the Etruscans did the same thing 2,000 years ago. John Bull has nlways bad an affection for tbe old ways. So persistent Is lie in keeping to tbe forms and traditions of the past that bis French neighbor over the way has dubbed the United Kingdom a "museum of antiquities" among modern nations. It Is somewhat odd that the Norman French of Edward tho Confessor should still be the language, the legal voice, but so it is in a way. Whenever a bill has passed the commons the clerk before he forwards it to the bouse of lords writes upon it, according to tbe ancient usage, "Solt bailie am seigneurs" (Let it be sent to the lords). If it is sent from tbe peers to the commons it bears the like indorsement, "Solt bailie aux communes" (Let it bo sent to the commons). Should a bill pass both houses It needs only tbe royal assent to become a law. Here the Norman French appears again. The commons, summoned by the usher of the black rod, are admitted to the bar of the booso of lords to hear the statement of his majesty's commissioners. When all are assembled the lord chancellor makes a sign to his assistant, who reads the title of the bill and then says In a loud voice, "Le rol le veult" (The king wills It). In tbe case of financial bills the form Is this: "Le rol remcrcle scs bona sujets, accept leur benevolence, et alnsi le veult" (The king thanks his good subjects, accepts their faith and so wills it). For private bills the form Is, "Solt fait comme 11 est desire" (Let it be done as Is desired). Sometimes, If the bill is of special Importance, the sane-tion of his majesty Is given In person. In sucb a case the king, seated on the throne at one end of the chamber, bows his assent as the clerk reads tbe title. The inflexibility of Russian official orders has resulted in some queer and needless fixtures in the official system. Quite a ludicrous discovery of this5 sort was made by the Empress Cath- erine, who was the mother of that Em peror Paul who was assassinated in 1S01. Catherine at one time was in- spired by some passing whim of economy to scrutinize (be Imperial house keeping accounts. To her amazement, she found among other queer Items that one bottle of rum dally" was charged to the heir apparent Inasmuch as ber son, Naslednik, then a young man, had never evinced any signs of Intemperate habits, his mother was greatly as tonished. Going over tbe accounts to ascertain bow long this sort of thing bad been enduriDg, sbe found to ber still greater astonishment that the said expenditure went back to the day of his birth, and. indeed, far beyond It. So, it appeared, tbe beir to the throne-banot only been charged with drinking over thirty dozen bottles of fine Jamaica rum ever since be was born, but for a long: time before that It Is hardly necessary to add that the empress made a thorough investiga tion of this queer entry. Finally, by the aid of an antiquarian, she at last reached tho original entry. A century or so before the Imperial k physician had prescribed for tbe of tbe period, "on account of a violent toothache a teaspoonful of rum, to be taken with sugar." This dose was given for several days in succession, and the nurse in charge bad deemed it moro fitting to the imperial dignity, as well as more profitable to herself, to purchase a new hot-ti- e of rum each day. No'ono had ever given the order to discontinue the purchase, and it had gone on for a century, tbe rum having constituted one of the perquisites of the court nurse. When Bismarck during tbe term of his mission as ambassador at St Petersburg was walking one afternoon in tbe summer garden be met the emperor, who invited the diplomatist to continue his stroll with him. Boon Bismarck noticed a sentry stationed In tho middle of a large grass plot He .asked what the soldier was doing there. The czar did not know. Tbe did not know. So Inquiry was made of the sentry himself. "It Is ordered," was his reply. Every official gave tho same answer, "It is ordered," but nobody knew by whom A sentry had always stood guard In tbe middle of that Innocent grass plot Tbe archives were searched, but In vain. Finally an aged official was found who Rave the explanation. He had had it from his father that tbe Empress Catherine had once seen a snowdrop ready to bloom In that plot nnd bad ordered a Bentry to stand guard and allow no one to pluck It For more than a century tbe watch bad been maintained because "It was ordered" and because r no one dreamed of disobeying the order or questioning any one as to tho reason" theitfqr. New York Prosi" Nas-Icdnip ha'd-cve- WILLGING SIS West Main Street. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, Frames and Mirrors. Through Service to Louisville Daily Except Sunday, Commencing May 1 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES 1130 am 5:00 am Lv. 12:50 pm 620 am 2:00 pm 722 am 236 258 335 425 625 pm pm pm pm pm 7:56 8:18 855 9:45 12:15 Ar. 2:45 Ar. 125 Ar. 1220 RICHMOND VALLEY VIEW Ar. 11:44 am NICHOLAS VI LLE Ar. 1122 am Ar. 10:45 VERSAILLES am J-Lv. 9:55 FRANKFORT am Ar. Lv. 7:40 LOUISVILLE pm Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. v. BEATTYVILLE IRVINE pm pm pm am am am am am 9:45 pm 825 pm 6:55 pm 6:19 pm 5:57 pm 5:20 pm 4:30 pm 2:00 pm The Way to Instantly End His Mliery Should Ho Break a Leg. "When a horse falls In the harness his natural inclination is to get tip again. The shock of the fall has excited him moro or less, and in his efforts to arise he may further injure himself as well as the harness. The first action should bo to sit on his head, pointing his noso upward with one hand, to keep him from struggling until the traces aud all other attachments to the vehicle can be' unfastened. If two persous are present this can bo done without "difficulty. It a horse breaks his leg the most humane as well as tho most sensible action is to shoot him on tho spot It Is true that cases are on record where broken legs havo been successfully treated by means of suspending the horse in a sling and 'pulleys, but the experiments In this direction have almost invariably met with failure. To shoot a suffering animal and kill him instantly Is not so simple a matter as it at first appears, saya Country Life In America. Many shots are sometimes fired before death results. How and where should a horse bo shot? In tho center of every horse's forehead a little above the line of tho eyes is a Httlo swirl something like a cowlick. Thrco inches above this swirl is the exact spot to lodge the bullet to Insure its piercing the brain. Tho bullet should not be of less than SS caliber. For sprains hot or cold bandages are recommended. Fomentations promptly applied sometimes prevent permanent Spraining of the back lameness. sinews Is only too common and unless promptly and properly treated results In knuckling and other complicaBlistering, firing and even tions. nerving are resorted to, but it should be borne In mind that these drastic measures are often unnecessarily taken. Rest turning out where practicable under favorable conditions, and massage often effect a cure. Not Infrequently a horse will pick np a nail. It Is unnecessary to say that tbe first aid is to remove the nail. If suppuration ensue poultice tho wound and give the animal rest until well. It may be well to removo the shoo for a time. Great care should be taken that the nail be not broken off flush with the sole and left there to fester. Horses are peculiarly susceptible to tetanus. or lockjaw, and a nail often causes it Hypnotizing Lobsters. "Hypnotize lobsters? Sure thing you can," said the man in South street See here," he said, picking up an active one by tbe body behind the claws. He stroked it down the tall three or four times, and the lobster be came very stiff and stilt He set It on tho .floor against the wall, standing it up. He took four or five more lobsters and treated them the same way. "Now watch 'em for a minute," he said, looking at the row of prospective chaf ing dish fillers. The first lobster gradually became limp and fell on the floor with a crash. This woke tho third lobster in tho row, for it too, fell forward. Then two more felL They all started to make off, but be caught them as they tried to scuttle away. "Sure thing," said the South street man; "it's as easy to hypnotize em here as on Broadway." New York Sun. 8!ght and Crossbar. Perhaps very ten tho One of the Most Closely Calcu- service know of the outside of part important that the telescope: and tbe crossbar lated Plays In Baseball. sight have played in the development of target work. Before the recent InWORKING A DELAYED STEAL troduction of tho telescope and the crossbar tho gun pointer strained his eyes in the impossible effort to adjust Uhe Way This Clever Trick, That Was their focus to three widely separated Invented by Harry Stovey, Used to objects simultaneously, the rear sight Be Pulled Off by "Big .Bill" Lange. a few baches away, tho front sight a dozen feet distant from the rear ono Anson's Wasted Sacrifice Bunt and the target anywhere from 1,500 "Base stealing, the gentle art of to 13,000 yards. Ordnance experts sprinting' and 'bitting the dirt' is the worked over this problen.? and the refinest drawn and most closely calcu- sult was tho introduction of tho tellated play in baseball and the one that, escopic sight nnd tho crossbars two pieces of crossed wire at tho end of above all others, reveals tbe mathematical exnetitudo of the national the telescope. When theso "cut" on game," says Hugh S. Fullcrton In the tho target tho gun pointer presses his American Magazine. "A player who electric button and tbe gun does the can run eighty-fivfeet In three and rest spectacular, this It Is eminent seconds from a flat footed start ought to reach second base ex great gun battery practice. This is actly tied with the ball, nine times from a description given to tho writer out of ten starts, if the play Is per- by an umpire whoso station was on fectly made by the runner, pitcher, ono of the ships towing the target: "Through tho glasses you could see a catcher and baseman. Tho slightest needle-lik- e flash from tho firing ship, a Inaccuracy or hesitation decides the vessel so far distant that her outline play. "It seems a simple matter to run was but an Indistinct blur upon tbo ninety feet while a ball is being horizon. Having caught the flash, the thrown sixty-eigfeet and caught glass Is dropped, the eye goes to the and thrown back approximately 232 stop watch, and you begin to count-o- ne, sir, feet caught again and held in position eight,two, three, four, five, and seven, nine, ten, eleven about to touch the runner. Yet there are art then you will hear a faint drone which and science in the feat "There were great base runnera In In the next fraction of a second swells the old days. This was chiefly because into a mighty roar the roar of an exin the early days stealing second base press rushing at ttie rate of thirty was the chief aim of tbe game. Mike miles a second. 'With the roar come Kelly, Billy Hamilton, who in two a flying of splinters from the target, a successive seasons stole over 100 bases, geyser leaping a hundred feet In air, and 'Big Bill' Lange, who stole 100 then another and another, as the ricotimes In one season, were all great cheting shell glances from wave to runners who would be great under wave, and' then, last of all, the faint present conditions. I recall vividly faroCT boom of the gun which had hurlLange's ono hundredth stolen base, ed the missile." Harper's Weekly. e one-thir- Is going on Heavily in Ken- McGOLLOM'S tucky River between Clays Ferry and Valley View. A 5 fi F farmer residing iu Madison county iT 25 CENT d All trains are dally except Sunday and carry through coaches to and from Louisville. Train arriving Louisville 625 pm and leaving Louis-ill- e 7:40 am runs via Shelbyville. Other trains run via Lagrange. See your Local Agent for Full Particulars FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE CURED HIS CONSTIPATION become dis- - ionville. Mo., Mr. George W. Zimmer-rna- n of Harrisburg, Pa., and many of failure to i tire, and finally, perhaps, gives others of both sexes and in all parts of .nig it is small wonder that he the country first used a sample bottle c skeptical. And yet, to all and now have it regularly in the .tic constipation, we would say. bouse. ;.t-- l one thing wore." You will learn to do away with v ish you would try Dr. Cald-Syru- p salts, waters and cathartics for these pepsin, a laxative tonic are but temporary reliefs while Dr. i.r.s been used for a generation. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed -- !:dare using k; ewely some to cure permanently. It will train ur friends among number. your stomach and bowel muscles so n buy it of any druggist at that they will do their work again its 2nd one dollar a bottle, but naturally without outside aid.' Cast ull, send yow name and ad- - aside your skepticism and try Syrup Fir Cldvtt fur n frpf cam Pepsin. t He will send you enough For the free sample address Dr: W you oi us merits, ana 'e if-- vnu ran hnv it nf B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, it lilf I1L .. . . ist. Mr. J. J. Petty of Un- - Monticello, t Pnr Sate by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqUE ri a person has . r d through years If a' man falls out of a rising aeroplane or balloon be will not go toward the earth, but will continue rising Into tho air for an appreciable time. If the air machine were stopped In Its ascent at tbe time it could catch the man as be camo down. If the airship were ascending at the rate of thirty-two Falling Up Out of a Balloon. 1 te -- feet a second the man would rise sixteen feet before beginning to fall toward the earth. Thus, by reducing the speed of Its ascent tbe vessel might keep by tbe side of tbo man and rescue him. The reason why the man rises Is the same as the reason for a bullet's rising when shot from a gun Into tbe air both tbe man and tbe bullet are given a velocity upward, and it takes some time for gravity to negative that velocity. Harper's Weekly. ST. S. TODD c t 6 JJ ESTIMATESfFlRNISHED (APPLICATION "Brother Hardesty, how much are you going to glvo for the support of the gospel this year?" "Why, Brother Askum, If I ain't helpln to support it when I give $15 Side Issues. Contractor and to tho organ fund, $0 to tho chandelier fund, $5 to tbe carpet fund, donate two tons of coal, chip In for the Janitor fund and furnish most of the groceries when we have a church supper of courso I'll put down somethln'. How much do you want?" Chicago Tribune. Pa Was Right "Pa says you keep almost every, thing here," said the small son of tbe village editor. "I guess your pa's about right" replied the owner of the general store. "And pa says," continued the little chap, "tho reason you keep so many things Is because you don't advertise." Chicago News. Builder Shop in I?earoi McKce Building; 9 9 (J 9 Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky Soulless Contributors. "The congregation numbered thlrty-lw- o souls this morning," remarked the parson "Thirty souls, corrected the deacon. "We got two plugged nickels In the collection box." Kansas City Journat A Household Jewel. which established his record. Ho was on second base with no one out and Chicago needed one run to win the game. Anson was at the bat and, after hl3 stolid, businesslike style, he poked down a perfect sacrlflco bunt and went lumbering toward first base. Lange started for third base, stopped and trotted back to second. Halfway to the bench Anson discovered where Lange was and came near having a stroke of apoplexy. Lange had deliberately permitted his captain to sacrlflco without advancing. Then by a wonderful dashing start Lange stole third base, scored on a fly, and the game was won. Because he won the game Anson forgave him, but the modern player who attempted such a thing would be suspended and fined. "The most effective steal ever devised Is the 'delayed' steal, which, although used during the early development of tho game, was neglected for many years until revived by Manager Chance of tbe Chicago Cubs. It was used with great effect by Bill Lange and appears to have been Invented by Harry Stovey, a wonderful baso runner of the early days. The theory of the steal Is to catch the catcher and tho lnflelder unprepared and out of position, nnd Its success lies entirely In Its unexpectedness. "Lange, the leading exponent of the delayed steal, made It after this fash- Ion. As the ball would be pitched he would leave first baso at top speed and sprint as hard as he could perhaps twenty-eigh- t to thirty-fiv- e feet then stop short hesitate and act as if he bad blundered and intended to try to regain first base. If he succeeded In drawing the throw to first base be proceeded to second at top speed. But in the great majority of cases tho catcher would not attempt to throw to either base, but would keep motioning os if threatening to throw, and all the time Lange would be edging back. Inch by inch, toward first. Jockeying with tbe catcher. The catcher, satisfied that danger was past and that it was useless to throw to first, would relax from throwing position, ease down bis arm and get ready to toss the ball back to tho pitcher. The moment Lange saw the arm drop and the catcher change the position of his feet he would dash at top speed for leap second pase. The catcher back into throwing position, raise his arm again and throw, provided the shortstop arid second baseman had not deserted the base and walked back toward their regular positions. If they lost a fraction of a second In recovering the base Lange would beat the balL Tbe fatal hesitancy of the catcher and baseman gave blm his opportunity. "Stealing third base from second is much easier In reality than stealing second from first' although It is attempted much less frequently. Tho runner 'moving up with his arm' can take more than twice the lead from second base than from first and, besides that it la much easier to gain a flying start It bos, however, been declared bad Judgment to steal third except in close games with one out and tho opposing pitcher going well and preventing bitting. In such cases, where one run. will win or tie, stealing third Is advised by many. It is more difficult to sec the pitcher's movements from behind him than from one side. Still, tht- - runner need not start as quickly, but can start at top speed when he sees the pitcher swinging his arm, advance a third of the way to third basa and then retreat In safety because ho catcher's throw Is much longer. Also he is In much better position to take advantage of any slight slip In the wonk of the battery." w-u- ld . between Clay's Forry and Valley View has written the following to the Lexing ton Herald: "Referring to editorials appearing recently In tho Horald regard ing violations of the game and fish laws of Kentucky it might bo well to call attention to violations of the fish laws along the Kentucky River, in Fayette county, from Clay's Ferry to Valley view. Accoroing to common report m that 'neighborhood Ihe practice of dynamiting fie rivr has gono on un interrupted for many years. ''My farm extends to within one mile of the rivor just below Clay's Ferry, within hearing distance of dynamite ex plosions, and I have myself heard many single explosions after dark in that dt rection that I am morally oertaui were caused '.by fish pirates of the1 rivsr. Whilo I have never been an to any oi uiee depredations I Have seen the direct' results oi it In quantities of dead fish floating down stream that could have come there as the result of nothing else." In a few years past there has been every indication of tho wholesale destruction of fish by dynamiting along Kentucky river, from the mouth to the head waters and very few, if anv, convictions have over been recorded. There is a lot of this lawlessness going on in the Bluograss section. of the state and it can be stopped if the officers of the law would only make a little effort to .apprehend tho guilty persons. The class of people who do this, aruofeoune of the lowest rank and are too lazy ta work, hence dynamite and trammel nets are thiol; in Kentucky river. The slaying of fish in this manner is nothing short of vandalism. While seltrrog is against the law and nets are ako proDECORATED HIS SHIP. hibited by the statutes of the state, i yet 8ir John Had Little Paint and a Fine they are nothing to compare with the destruction or tbe nah by explosive, 8enio of Humor. which in all cases kills countless It is not often the administration of numbers of small ones as well as the England's naval affairs spawn. with any humorous features, but on Burnam's Insurance Agency insures one occasion at least an officer of the royal navy contributed quaintly to the tobacco while growing against hail storms Call and see archives of the admiralty. tf Once, before the days of steel ships, the allowance of paint in the royal ihiii hS-.3iWri5 tS navy was very small, and sometimes Farm News the officers had to pay largo sums In fSf & order that their ships might maintain & 4s & Items of Interest to TheFar- - 3 a decent appearance. Sir John Philll-mor- e resorted to a funny expedient g mer, the Grower anU the , Stockman either to soften the heart of the navy g tf board or, if that proved Impossible, to express his opinion. He painted one S. T. Hurbison's second spring shipsldo of his yellow frigate black and. ment from Lexington, of Kentucky sadwhite and used the rest of the black paint In printing on tbe other sldo in dle horses was sold by auction last week lanro letters. "No mnw at the Tichenor Grand Riding School, The navy board wrote to call nis in Now York, In the presence of a attention to the impropriety of his representative assembly oX horsemen. conduct and signed themselves, as they did officially, "Your affectionate From October 1st; when the seasoa Six John made reply that friends." opened, to May 1, 57.110.6C0 pounds o could not obliterate the objectionhe able letters unless he were given more tobacco were sold on the Lexington paint and signed himself, in turn, breaks, against 21,000,000 pounds the "Tour affectionate friend, John Phllll-more- entire season of 1909 10. The sales amounted to $4,830,021,18. Tbe naval authorities then called his attention to the impropriety of the The Bowling Green Wool Association signature, to which Sir John respond- sold tho entire output of th pooled wool ed, acknowledging the letter, stating to the Springfield Woolen mills. There be regretted that tbe paint had not been sent and ending. "I am no longer were 15,000 pounds sold at the Grade 1, 21 cents: grade your affectionate friend, John Phllll-more- .' 2, 17 2 cents, grade 3, 15. cents: grade His frigate was permitted to retain 4, 12 cents. , her original yellow, and thus tbe navy board punished Sir John's imAll last wook tho tobacco growers of pertinence. tho county wero forced to sprinkle their beds in order to snvo them from being The Last Laugh. Hogan was raflllng a clock. He was roasted by the flerog sun. Ris hoped fairly successful in disposing of tickets that a good season, oo tries in shortly as in the shop wbero ho worked, but- - he tuo plants are well up ran up against trouble when he canvassed bis neighbors. Dropping in at There is muoh dissatisfaction among a neighbor's house, ho tried to 6ell a the wool growers of this county over ticket on the clock. this year's prico. Twenty one cents is "Ifs a fine tlmepleco and if 11 ink the best that has beon offered so far and folne on ycr whatnot er mantel," says a lot has been purohosed by losal buyers Hogan cajollngly. "Gwan, the old clock doesn't run," at this figure. Tho low grades go as far down as 15 Jcents. Last year the replied the neighbor. , "Well," drawled Hogan, changing prico was from 23 to 30 cente. The front completely, "well, perhaps yez Kentucky market is higher than, her won't win- it and then yell have the sister states even at this low price. At laugh on the fellow who does." Mil- St. Louis from 15 to 17 cents was offerwaukee Free Press. ed for best lots lost week. oyo-vilri SALE SPECIAL FOR BEGINNING Two Week's Only - Monday, May 15th and ending Monday, May 29, 1911. Every article on this bill sold regardless of cost For 0 2ir Ct f 1 13 C3 53 3J W0 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 6 3 3 MJM'4JXr M" ." cans Table 5yrup cans Apples cans 5ourkraut cans E. J. Peas r. cans Baked Beans cans pie Peaches cans Corn cans pie Pumpkins cans Salmon cans Apple Butter cans Royal Baking Powder cans Bon Bon Baking Powder packages Macaroni bottles Tomato Catsup 7 boxes Table Salt 7 No. Lamp Chimneys 6 No. 2 Lamp Chimneys 8 boxes Capitol or Searchlight Matches 7 boxes Argo Starch 7 boxes Arm & Hammer Soda 3 cans Babbitt's Lye 8 cakes Lendx Soap 6 cakes Cleaneasy Soap 6 cakes Big Deal Soap 6 cakes Ivory Soap 6 cakes Grandpa's Soap 6 pkgs Star Naptha Washing Powders 1 1 1 -- t JO CD 2 1 1 I -- follow-ngprico- s; 3 pounds Dried Apples 1 -- 2dozen Lemons 2 pounds Dried Peaches pounds Keg Soda 2 pounds citySide Meat 3 6 5 3 6 2 6 2 pound best 60c Tea quarts pure Apple Vinegar pints Navy Beans 2 0 70 0 0 03 w ffl - nice fat Mackerel 4 pounds Granulated Sugar 4 pounds Light Brown Sugar 8 bottles Laundry Bluing cotton Clothes Lines 3 fifty-foOysters 3 cans pounds Japan Rice pounds fresh baked Crackers pounds Lump Starch 4 pounds pure Leaf Lard 1 -1 -- 2' 5 4 4 3-- ot Lengthening the Day. couple of laborers who had been working at the waterworks got into conversation. "I say. Bob," exclaimed one of . the men, "you aro a bit of a scholar. Can you tell mo who it was that ordered tho sun to stand still?" "I don't know," replied Bob. "Some son of a gun of a contractor who wanted a big day's work ont of the laboring man, you can bet." London Answers. A. The home talent piny, "National Troubadours' with one hundred local celebrities will he given at ike Opera House on tne 25th of this sto afli under the auspices of the Christian church, the.proceeds to go to the buililirg of the new church. 2t R. B. McCollom & Co. 302 Irvine Street, Cor. Hill Phone 704 Could Imitate. Pater Can you give my daughter the comforts to which sbe has been I've breakfasted at your home, and I'm certain that I can complain about the coffee, read the paper, demand the discharge of the cook and announce that ill dlno at the club. Toledo Blade. Yes, Jig fe'to accustomed? Suitor sir. Making It Pleasant For Her. Elderly Relative (snlfflngi Bertha, Is it possible that you allow smoking In your parlor? Married Niece Cer talnly, auntie. You can smoke your pipe here If yon like. Chicago Tribune, to tfje Spptjintment of Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage "Is your now maid competent?" "Very. She can oven fool agents and peddlers into believing that she's mistress of the house." Detroit Free Press. Women Suffer imucK needless pain "when they delay using Cardui ziness, arising from deranged organs. . Wife's Mother; of Course. your grandma has lost all her teeth; how does she eat? Willie I heard pa say she had a biting1 tongue. Exchange. Mabel-- If chance to do a good deed. Chicago Record-Heral- It never is necessary to hunt for long or to travel far if ono is looking for a Plenty of Chance. J Burnam's Insurance Suppose your wait. burn tonight tor then: female troubles. (Jardui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and than relieve, if used persistently, ten to say that it cured them. many have Agency. Don't proporly should See us. Phone 707. t f Fc& Hunters. noted ifox hunter, Samuel Wooldridge, of Versailles, .the who' has heen in Garrard county for several days with a party of gentlemen the guests of Col. Woods 'Walker, drovo over in his auto: last Thursday to witness tho gamo between Frankfort and Richmond and root for tho home team. The party are all prominent manufacturers and fox dog fanciers and have been enjoying tho sport.' They were A. V. Iluyler, New York, II. Wilder, Yincont' Ala., J. It. Smith, Birmingham, Ala., J. H. Lane, Splacauga, Ala., S. E. Slebg, Livingstone, Ala. - ilk a &o!t fetrffmtot : : of w MARK GRAVES To Arkansas. for tfjfe locality : : It does more "writ- - Excellent Idea. TAKE CARDUI It Will Help You J 37 Mrs. Harwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured me after doctors and everything eke had failed. I had been suffering with numb spells ever since I waa 16 years old. One day I iCided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say uAt it has cured me. I advise all ulienng women to give Uardui a long and fair tnaL" Mrs. Johnson soSered years. Have you? Do yoc wish to? out vuj gaffer at all? Take Cardai. Give it a fair tnaL There are among our people many very ardent advocates of good roads (and one of them is especially Zealous in the matter. In Tactile believes injheih so strong that he has paid for a two' jline ad, which has been running in the paper for tho past several weeks urging every one to keep to the right ofstjie rad. Ifevoryone would heed the splendid advice and drive to the right sldi of the road all the., time tho roads wjuld last just twice as long and the dfiain J will receive wool at tho Madison would be better also. Just try drl:nng on the right hand ' side and get ;)our Tobacco Warehouse Bring H- to'.me Elmer Deatherage. tf neighbor to do likewise. A Jiabil is easily to get into nnd this is one you Oulton's mcat market gives prompt -ought to take to readily. - Try it Han delivery. Phone 125. villa Advocate. If you are going.tojjjave Ricci make ,yourJS4ak-crcadelicious main!?: AT ALL DRUG- - KTOJtES entra'l 3igar Mtofae!uring:C',f fe,-- : THe PrSn-denti4if- - is puttlHg'tmt a Bjjw .; : Club Ja nv:,xeSt sSUw. It js 'Thos. A. 'ShSllofl, aRcnt"for II rst having a fine: sale an-d- give .promfee Home InsuKHiee Co. "Write me or pi one of becowiiBga. Hiost brBd with - if i rtHg 2, UnmiMy, fi the raricHlw,soke et the ebtry. a party lavo . " New .One. in hat Thei al J p(rir; Charles Dunn, the well known young horseman, of this county, loft last week Of Confederate dead. Good for Van Buran, Ark., where, he has charge of a string of fine show horses, move that may be carried and will campaign them on the southern out n Kentucky. and southwestern circuit this season. Mat Cohen was asked to recommend a first class man and ho picked Mr. Dunn, Attorney Morlweather Smith, of which is quite a compliment- to this Harrodsburg, who will bo well re raem-bcre- d young man. Mr. Dunn is.a son of "Bud' hero as a student in Central Dunn, tho veteran horsoman. University in tho OO's, has taken up tho matter of having tho grav es of the ConTo the Front federate dead! suitably marked, with Dr. John H. Evans, .of Beattyville, James II. BerrK of Washington, special commissioner, . Tho graves of the-- Captain of Medical Corps Kentucky Southern soldhjrs who died In Federal State Guard recieved notice last Wedprisons and lucspitals only, aro to be nesday that he had been designated by marked and Attorney Smith claims that tho war Department as one of tho inany who wot o wounded in the battle to attend the maneuvers in the or Perry vllle wpre brought to Harrods- Southwest and ordered by the. Adjutant burg and trip Federal soldiers took Geaeral of Kentucky to report for duty that- - wern used on Kay 27 at Skb Antonio, Texs; where chars&pj .the Xorhbspjjak aiW Cf red iwt both their he win resaaia foatteta ilaye. .He will o tfn aftd- - Con i fed &ra te soWkrsr A few leY4Bayl4: Sevrl oUtercKestucky years-ag- e goiu'f&ss anfsjMrkted ae in Taas now &n& H ther graves ks loWejrtfiubkin Mexio? Mt can of Confederate iM in jaaW Umt will always be Wt Om froo Federal jm -4 ofU-ce- rs f tje f amou anb Single Xamp fcuppUti iUscnjmrkferha oe Tfce Climax - $!.Q0 ' . .. - . rj :' Per Year .iiuaiB. I , at Mr. Benjamin t'assiday, of Louisville, Mm. George Phelps was the hostess unanimously aJopied at the concluding Weekly Messenger of lly 11th. 1855 nnd many unique ads and news items was here Sunday the guest of his parents lost Tuesday at noon luncheon in comsessior last Friday of the thirty-sevent- h Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Cassiday at Madison pliment to her sister, Mrs, David R. annual encampment of the Indiana to the present generation, are noticed. Institute. Tevis, of Seattle, Wash., Covers were It was edited by Col. B., II. Johnson Doprrtment, Grand Army of the Hcpub-liMrs. Cricket Coylo is spending two laid for sixteen and the following retfays ho was a and "Uncle Billy" Myers at Indianapolis. weeks in the country'the guest of Mr. sponded to Mrs. Phelps invitation; of great writer in those dayn. The namo and Mrs. John Cornelfson, oa the Barnes Mosdames David R. Tevis, Sallio Yates Its an oven bet thai Mckee, Mary Neale Thompson, Harry "hoosiers" never smelt the smoke of of John Challis is written pn the papor Mill Koad. B. Hanger. C. B. Brittain, James and It is supposed that it was sent to Mrs. Webber Hamilton and Mrs. CrutisRer, Thompson Burnam. W. R. battle, but are'drawins fat pensions I now for nothing moro than being draft- - ' him as a subscriber. John 'Challis Wilson Tate will give a silver tea Fri- Shaclrelford, George Corzelius, M. C. day afternoon at 4 o'clock at tbo home Kellogg, Neale Bennett, B. L. Middle-toed into the service that they were afraid lived in Estill and Madison counties and of the latter on Broadway. T. H. Collins, and Misses Bessie Lee's name will llvo vrhon was widely known. He' was an unolo to enter. it is Messrs Eugene Roark and Spears Miller, Margaretla Smith and Mary of Col. Elbridge Parks, of this city and Grant, McDoweH,Sheriden andlSherman Turloy have returned from a visit to Barott Smith. have sunk away into oblivion. Such Irvine and George Hume, of this county. Champlane, JS. 1 ., where each or them Miss Edna Giunchigliani, the talented toreflushing does not befp the country, A singular thing about ((oiling of. the has a brother at school. young pianist of this city, has again McKEE'S paper is thai Mr. Wagers .discovered it and It might add fuel to the flames. Mrs. Carlo B. Brittain and Mrs. Sallie been honored by having been placed on on May 11th, 1011 just fifty six years Yates McKee have rented the residence tho program at a recital last wednesuay The Commercial Club Is agitating the to the day on which it vai printed ani) ol Mrs. Jas. B. Burnam on West Main evening held at the the Odeon theatre, question of running a special train to the first thing that caught his eye was s'.rcot and will take possession about Cincinnati, by Romeo .Gorao, the line world wide piano instructor. She Beattyville some time in June. Slops an announcement of a candidate for June 1. played a very difficult part with Mr. MrS. Bobert Walker has recovered Robinson, violinst and Mr. Watson, will be made at all important points on jailer. He firmly belietes this is an return is a Giunchigliani Miss the route. The object is to give our omen which means that lie will be sue sufficiently to bo ablo to she has home 'cellist. been graduate of the College of Music this from Martinsville, whero Unerchijnts and citizens generally a cessful In his coming raci for jailer. dangerously ill for several days. Her year, the commencement exercises to days outing at a nominal cost and to friends .will bo glad to learn of her be held in Music Hall on June 8th. To-Night recovery. give our business men an opportunity to Friends hero of Mrs. Pallie Allis will solicit business along the route and to Dr. C. C. Marshall will deliver the be glad to know that an operation to If you enjoy a first class performance boost Richmond as a trading point for don't fail to se Lessick and Anita at the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduating remove to cataracts from her eyes was class of Caldwell Hieh School at the successful and she is now convalescing. Opera House that section of the country. Baptist church iivthls city Sunday, June She is at Dr. Sattler's hospital, CincinA committee has been appointed to m. It at 11 o clock-a- . to Richmond. nati, and tho operation was performed "New Invention. a speoial train investigate the cost of by this very noted specialist. It is said Mr. and Mrs. JoeGiunchiglianimotorThe committee will report at the next Mr. Fred Weckessor, of Mt. Sterlin; to Be ed to Winchester Sunday and iad as that sho will 'regain her sight, which meeting of the club Monday night, who formerly was engaged in the con-- 1 their guest Father O'Dwy re. They went will be cause for much rejoicing among jn Richmond, colors May 20. All citizens interested in Men- fectionary business here for the Dedicatory services of tho new hor friends. She is a cousin of Mrs. vt. stopping lor a tew days at Airs, nemo Catholic churuh there. E. Luxon and has beon making her present. is mond s welfare aro urged tope to Park's, He is the owner of a Patont homo here for sometime. Mrs. Allis is Comrodo C. D. Pattie has returned from one of on and is the of the Right Mr. pinlcss clothes linealso of here a doHtghlful trip to Little Bock., Ark., State, the most beloved women inmost The Organized Labor Unions Mt. K. B. Hulchings, with as well as one ot the Muslin State seem to be making a strong fight Sterling, to arrange for u through can where he attended tho reunion ol tne cultured. azainst J. C. Van meter, of Fayette vass of this county. The clothesline is Confederate Yeterans. Comrade Itath Mrs. J. A. Stevens ontertained Sun on to Kansas City for day indeed a most practical invention, doing with a family dining in honor of countv. who is seekinc the democratic away forever, with clothes pins and it is Deatherago wont returning Lowest Our Our Quality is Best a short visit beforo anniversary of her A hey the seventy-fourt- h nomination for stale treasurer. impossible for any kind of a wind to Mrs. Bettio Mobcrloy. who has been father. Mr. Perry Goode. who make& claim he is a union buster and as one, blow tho clothes off the line, thus doing daugh his home with his daughter, on Glyndon several weeks with away with ill temper and saving a spending .1. ituDDaru Toy, in her of the owners of the Bradley-Gilbewas delightful in maysvinc, doublo amount of labor. This line ter, Mrs. home last week, but left for Avenue. The affair elegant menu con Printing Co.. of Louisville, is seeking ovory detail and an returned is fifty one feet in length, will never Maysville a fewdays af forwards on ac- sisting of all the delicacies of the season the office of treasurer, so as to be in break and will rust daughters, prominent position to secure all the wear a life time with care. Costing count of the continued illness of Mrs. was servod. Mr. Goode's twoMrs. U. L. Mrs. Eugene Burgin and Toy. printing. If the labor unions are only $1.00 this invention should appeal state familios, of Lexington, Don't fail you will regret it if you Slade and their Ldward Uoode, wore to every thinking Housekeeper as an reallv organized against him, he should and his son, Mr. absolute necessity. Anyone with hustl- do to hear the Troubadour entertain among the guests to enjoy the happy never be placed on the Democratic ing and with horse and vehicle desiring ment tomorrow night. 100 characters jeopardize the victory to act as agent may call upon either of represented. Tho price 50 cts.- - may by occasion. Mr. Goode's many frienns ticket and-thu- s extend their hearty congratulations and the above gentlemen at Mrs. Park's on some, be thought a little out of the good wishes In Xovembor. many returns or a iiko Second street or see Mr B. Juett, the ordinary but it is well worth the money anniversary. for It A good "show" is worth a half dozen The play at the City school last Fri of Kentucky, old paper man East Main st. M. H Jons poor ones. of the Supromo bonch of day entitled, "The good Natured Man' We believe the liquor interest whioh est member Slates, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turloy and Mr. was well attended and the young actors tVm ITnftRd shows to the world is a deadly eaeffiy of Mr Woods, has had and Mrs. R. R. Burnam will go to acquitted themselves with much honor, that his age is no bar to a clear mind y whero they will Tho committee on arrangements, Misses somethtag to do with iU Mr. Dave Dunn iras in Loulsvillo Shakortown and his opinion interpreting the law attend a meeting of Bankers. Mr. llallie uolt, Myrtle uott, liessie Malloy last week. Gnnt. however, that Mr. Holm has in Editor Stew K. Vaught in the Standard Oil case has caused Burnam nnd Hon. Jerry Sullivan will and Mav James and the program Com given his true and only reason: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Feemstor and doliver addresses boforo the body. world wide comment. He is an honor mittee, Willie May Deatherage, Mary Why doat Mr. Helm read the riot act children are visiting in Frankfort. rWUSaCB EKM WfMfMU ET to the county of Boyle, where he first Mrs. Alex Denny was the 'hostess last Doty and Annie Bogie were greatly re. to Mr. William Jennings Bryan beoause Miss Mollie Fife has been quite siok Thursday at the regular meeting of tho sponsible for the success ot tho enterthe light of day, to the state where THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO be refused last Fall to support a wet sawlived so long and to Centre College for several days, but is convalescing. Young Ladies Euchre Club. This was tainment. Prof. Kelley instructed the he players in dramatics and brought out Deneeratie neminee for Governor of Mr. Earl Curtis was in Louisville the last rogular meeting, but the club some excellent talent. The play was (Ierprated.) graduated with honors. Nebraska? Why dont Mr. Holm read where he from Saturday until Monday attending reorganized for tho summer with an presented by the Senion class of the extra table. . Mrs. nale Dean was given Pros, and Mgr. out of the party in the Right h district Several months ago whon the name the races. A. I. Miller the club trophy having the highest score school - of as a Mrs. G. B. Turley broko hor wrist a for the season. who have at times refused to vote for of William Addams was spokenThe marriage of Miss Charlotte Sc'y-Tr- s. W O. While few days ago. At last riccount she was Elizabeth Clay, daughter of Hon. the party nominee? condidate for the Democratic nomina doing well. Hon. and Mrs. Briitus,Clay will have Brutus Clay, and Mr. victor Vernon, If Mr. Bryan should be a candidate lion for Governor, the people asked, as their guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Kobert Logan, of Louisville, is Edward Douglas Johnson, of St. Louis. of Syracuse, N. Y., was solemnized KtkfMKV HttK A6SMIAMK before the next Democratic National "Who is Addams?" Now the Cynthiana at the family of Thompson- - S. On Friday afternoon they will entertain in Cincinnati last Thursday oonvontion and Mr. Holm should bo : banker has a strong following all over visiting the home of tho bride's sister, Mrs. Harris Burn am, in compliment to their guests Hancock, with whom she has been at tea delegate to the convention, would Mr. the state and it was brought about by and on Thursday evening an eight Miss Bessie Tribble Helm ref nse to vote for hira and if Mr. systematic use of the country news from a visit to her cousin, has returned o'clock dinner will bo tendered them. making her home for several years. Mrs. Smith, The wedding was a home affair but very Mrs. Johnson was Miss Mary Warfiold Djauuiui. xne groom is a YEAB Bryan should be nominated would Mr. paper. He is gaining votes every day in Lexington. PER CBIOE ftJN prominent Clay. Helm refuse to support him? We can by this means. mining enginoor of New York nnd his Mrs. J. B. Deatherage is back homo IS AVAMIE spent bride is the second daughter of Mr. Clay beMeve it. net after a few weoks stay at Crab Prof. Smith class at the formal strange to see Mc Orchard springs. the day Monday at Boonesboro enjoying and has been a social favorite in the If Mr. Brvan is demeerat enough to Wouldn't it be Mil the sights. Prof. Smith is constantly Queen City. Many elegant WMfCOAY MAY U Creary in the Governor's ohalr and Old Judge William Herndon, of Lancas be elected President then why is not atfairs were his It seems ter, was hero on business last Friday for taking atureclasses in physicaf geography aud groom. given in honor ot the bride Joe Blackburn in the Senate? Mr. Weeds democrat enough to hold Study to the rural districts and Is like the state is coin? to demand it by the L. as JN. railroad. in ordor to givo them a pracital view of Lexington Leader: Rodes Shakelford bmm WaakiagtM a few small clerkship? a popular vote. James and Paynter Mrs. G. E. Smith and son, 11. E. many points discussed in the class County Judge of Madison county, nnd We believe in party loyalty but let us Allen W. Zaring a prominent miller. wanting, and if the Woodford Smith, of Winchester, spent Tuesday room. C. K. be eoneletent. Consistency, it is said. are both were with the luchmond Uommandery, favorite wore to offer himself he could with Mrs. Emma Fife. Mrs. L. if. Blanton entertained the uotn stand over six reel and tfcfc eily to a etorintaip ia is a jewel but we fear Congressman Altornoy S. M. Wallace spent several Sonior class of Caldwell High School the. Templar uniform they dressed in defeat both his opponents with ease. presented Helm does not possess that jewol. ON at I m lUaartwute. The days last week at his home in Wood- Monday ovoning at her homo on tho quite a distinguished appearenco. Mr mtfr mmmm that Ogrnnrw Helm bM is rejoicing over the ford county, near Midway. Summit Music and dancing and frap-p- o Zaring is a leading member of the Laxcastbb Mr. Helm says he tears the democrats served on the front porch wero Central Kentucky Millers Association t mm bM of the Eight!) distriot would not stand arrival of a street fair and the sooner Jdiss uose isucl;ner, ot .Lebanon, is tho foaturos of the iMm Mr. Wm4s. The roama gkm the appointment of Mr. Woods. Woods the citizens there realize what a ruin the guest of "Mr. and Mrs, Stove K. orchestra furnished-th- evening. The colored and comes to Lexington quite often, musio Every- whero he lias many friends and is ( vthaMtaUl at thai Mr. "' Ink! has a great many friends in the Eighth ation it is to thoir city, the better Yaught at Madison Institute. thing was in perfect taste and the popular with Lexington business quite men aaM mtUm the Kaaalacfcy dwmwwtf and the agitation of this move will no it will be. Kentucky towns who are Mrs. Thomas Million was called to evoning was most enjoyable. as well as brother knights. Mr. Zaring ia thair platfurw this fall a Coty doubt eause Helm to lose much prestige. advancing, have long ago been convinc Hinton, Ky.. Monday on account of tho I'M. Miss Tommie Cole Covington and was accompanied by his mother an atafc pmmmk Im woaU man wmurt the DeoaeeraU of the Eighth have realized ed that a street fair is the worst ever. death of her uncle, Geo. W. Hinton. Miss Lucilo Gibbs, are Madison county tractive woman who took as much Mr. bdwin rnolps has accepted a young ladies, who will be graduated Interest in the social festives as the tietat . for sometime that they were represented younger matrons. Old Joe position at tho Wines Pharmacy and this year from Campbell-Hagerma- n MrHaltabas kaowa Mr. Woadc far in Congressman about as poorly as the One thing can be said of The engagement is announced of Miss college. Lexington. The former is a Blaokburn, and it should return him to will have charge of the soda fountain. mmf fmn mat kaaws hiat to he a Eleventh distriejjt but it seems they Eld. A. J. Tribble will preach at the daughtor of Mr. and Mrs T. T. Coving- Sallie Marrs Sparks or Xicholasville, to Senate; He retired to private life daaaamt Ma & aua ml Nae hahHti hm4 haven't the aggressive spirit to go ahead the is daughter of Mr. Mr. J. H. Ballard of Bryantsville. ton the without a cent, somothing that can be bocond Presbyterian church hunday and while Aloslatter aThe Commence- Tho marriage will be celebrated the Mrs. Gibbs. afternoon at3 o'clock. All are invited. andfioloct a man that has the ability of of no other U. S. Senator. He was ment exercises will tako place next latter part of Juno in Nicholasvillo. mm fmtj wuli a gtarf to ehuaa, a Oengroocmnn, Madison oounty could said most honest of them all. Mr. R. F. Powell, of Glasglow, Mo., Friday. Miss Sparks is the daughter of Mr. the Ms axtrmmm woo have had the honor last time, with a is here on a visit to relatives in tho and Mrs. H. L. Elder and granddaughcounty. Ho is a former Madison rosi Miss Cecio Burroll Million, ter of Hon. E. R, Sparks of Nicholas-villLpulling away from strings that have Old One. dent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bur-ro- ll She is an unusully pretty and ; hatwaaa the liaec w hardly been held here too long, and they are Million, who has beon attending the popular girl and is often in Richmond, Miss Alary liarrott bmith, who is a Joe Wagers, the well known citizen Mr Haiai has gives tb tralh. going to select a candidate right awny tho Hardin Conservatory of Music, at where sho has numerous friends and of Waco, and candidate for the demo- mombor of the graduating class of State Mexico, Mo., the past stason, will re- admirers. iha whala trath aa4 aothituc but th to succeed the Lincoln oounty man. University 'II, is hereforhor Sonior n Mr. Ballard is a turn home tho latter part of tho week cratic nomination for jailor, discovered vacation. young i rath' at to Ue reaoe for recalling for the vacation. A program of the business man, a member of the firm of hit appiiatamit. We don't want to ao A resolution, calling on Federal probably one of tho oldest nowspaper in Mrs. Harriett Campboll has returned closing recital has beon recoivod by the Beckner & Ballard of Bryantsvillo. Mr. Halw aajr injustice. For from it authorities either to remove the statue this section of the stale, while looking to her homo on Aspen Ave., after a Climax and it shows Miss Million in Tho bride-to-b- e is a nieco of Mr. but it leeks to us like "there's a nigger of Robert E. Lee from theHall of Fame over some paper at his home several pleasant visit to hor grandchildren in soveral very difficult parts on the John Marrs of this city, whom she has copy of the Richmond the country. piano. visited on several occasions. in the wood pile." at Washington or abonden the hall, was days ago. It is a BUTTERI CK FASHIONS c, the-hun- Spring Is Coming n. time you were and making up your summer are now clothes. ready to show you the most of spring beautiful 1 When the lee Man is King A dynamite explosion wouldnot be necessary Embroideries and Laces ever brought sure see the Floun- to wake you to .the fact that a STAR or MAJESTIC Refrigerator is necessary to both health and comfort and a material reduction in your ice bill. They are built with zinc or enamel lining with heavy walls. Prices: ll - cingboth and white forget look and don't Underwear at our new $7.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 and up according to size wanted Price is Try Our Easy Payment Plait You'll Like It rt or' OWEN McKEB Luman and Higgins West Main Street For Rent For nouse Opposite Hotel Glyndon Rent How to Stop Drinking The Richmond Climax. PERSONALS on Fourth and Woodlawn Ave. We are in firneit when we ask Dwelling house of seven rooms on Woodti noth 3f Will be vacant July 1st. Now oocupied jlre ORRINE a trial. Yon hare your m ty land Avo. House is now, will bo com- I ysk and eTerrthlns to sain, for will be returned, if after a trial, ya f I pleted June 1st. Apply to Mrs. Eliza by Robert Salleeto cet results from ORRINE. This Mrs. Alico Lammers. 4t giTts the wiTes and mother of those v 3 Lackey or Bowen Lackey. drink to excess an opportunity to try - V : Seo Gott Bros, boforo selling your ORRINE Treatment. It is a Tery i Kidney Pills Will -- ji tf c.i What Foley treatment, ean be siren in the home w 1 publicity or leas of time frost business, t 3 at a small price. Wear M & K low shoes, they are ORRINE is prepared in two forms JC r. Foley Kidnoy Pills aro a true medisecret treatment, a powder; ORRINE best, Sexton has them. In pill form, for those who desire to ' 3 cine They are healing, strengthening, roluntary treatment. Costa only $1 00 a I -Foley Kidney antiseptic and tonic. Estray Come in and talk ortr the matter w.'i . , Ask for booklet. Pills tako hold of your system and help do for you. wool. tf- - you to rid yourself of your dragging backache,, dull headache, nervous, im paired eyesight, and of all tho miserable feelings that result from tho impaired action of your kidneys and bladder. Remember it is Foley Kidney Pills that do this for you. Stockston & Son. Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Building. Phone 707. to my place on Big Hill Ave., a boar PERRY'S DRUG STORE hog. Owner can have same by proving Burnam's Insurance Agency wi property and pay expenso of keep and Z. M. Boen. you. advertising. .' We Hav2 lust Received a Car Load ot pro-nupti- tf Lehigh Portland Broaddus & Co. Cement at W. W 44tf McCormick Mowers or Scratched for 40 Years . and Binders Used D. D. D. Six Months All Itching Gone! and Binder Twine e tht X via. ftp e. This is tho actual experience of Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal., with tho wonderful D. D. D. Prescription. D. D. D. is the proven Eczema Cure, tho mild wash that gives instant relief n all forms of skin trouble Cleanses the skin of all impurities washes away blotches and pimples, leaving tho skin as smoothe and healthy as that of a child. Get a 25c trial bottlo of this wonder ful Eczema Cure today and keep it in tho house.. Wo kriow that D. D. D. will do all that is claimed for it. STOCKTON & SON. Fine country hams just received at tf Culton's. All kinds of building material, quick delivery. W. W. Broaddus & Co. 44tf We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows 60 Tooth Drag are the best Harrows Call and see these before buying well-know- TAYL0R& OLDHAM E- -1 1 MILL END and GREEN TAG SALE To Our Many Friends in Rich- V V . mond and Surrounding Country On Saturday, May 27, and continuing to June J0f we propose to have our annual sale. This is looked iorward to by friends in Madison county as the greatest Qur stock merchandise event of the year. was never so large or more varied than it is this year. Our entire stock ot our-man- y If M ii m m I m mm & mm m iFPP M.irM w o hn m rti Hi 1,1 ' rat II est In BIG REDUCTIONS the only. Showing Sale lasts every Department. two Weeks This and best lines at a big saving in cash Store closed Friday, May 26, to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain Sale. - You can't afford to miss it Men, here is your opportunity bargains here to fairly dumfound competiton. All sparkling with A I crisp newness, all the most wanted "fixings." chance to'more than double the ordinary purchasing power of your almighty dollar to make the :::::: lO MAY 2t TO JUNE Willi II new- pers, Millinery,, Carpets and Notions were never better selected than they are at this time. Our business has been built up by strict attention to the details and wants of our customers. We believe in doing a large business on a small margin of profit, and selling goods at one price and marked in plain figures. In this annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it It will pay you to come 50 miles to do your shopping at this wonderful bargain sale. We have engaged several extra safes people to wait on you and give you every attention. Don't forget that in a case of this kind the .best bargains sometimes go first, so be on hand early the opening day and take advantage of some of the ripest plums Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Slip- It ; E . EL D ER w-.- v "rir . -4- -& . most of this opportunity come early before stocks are broken. Read everyone of our mammoth hand bill carefully, for it means more to you than all the combined sales of the past quarter of a century. Every item positively guaranteed as advertised. Sale starts Saturday morning The most dazzling, most daring sales movement the world has ever known. Abounding in Spectacular Features, its Mighty Economies will never be equalled again by any retail institution in Richmond. A sale of Boundless Benefits for the intelligent discriminating buyer of home and personal needs it Saturday, May 117 I ;ins Mighty and Original Mill End and Green Tag Sale begins Saturday, May 27, and Lasts 2 Weeks . 6 Section 2 THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. 1911 Section 2 i 49 37th YEAR NUMBER Fiscal Court Makes (tame Baking Easy Must Dip are to be Shipped out of the State. MONEY BACK L. R. BLANTON Sple Agent for the Celebrated ' Sparks' not Responsible for Contracts made by Committees for Bridges and Road Improvement. Hie Court of Appeals today decided a case of vital importance county nscai courts or the stale noiuing mat a fiscal court has now poif cr to delegate to to-th- l in Lime and Sulphur if Lambs Hyomei Cures Catarrh With out Stomach Doiingr, or THE & 3slii22i Money Back. Yes, dear reader, catarrh can be cured; but not by pouring vile, nauseating drugs into the stomach. And catarrh germs thrive, flourish and multiply in the nose and throat. Can you kill these tough and persist ent little health destroyers by swallow ing pills or nostrumT Any physician will tell you it cannot be done. is HYOMEI (pronounced HIgh-o-ma germ killing vaporized air which, when breathed either through the mouth or nose, will kill catarrh germs and soothe and heal the inflamed and muti lated membrane promptly. It gives relief m two minutes. HYOMEI is such a powerful germ destroyer that it penetrates every fold and crevice pf tho mucous membrane of the noss and throat. A complete outfit, which includes inhaler, a bottle of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use, costs SI. 00 Should you need a second bottle of HYOMEI the price is only 50c. B. L. Middleton and leading druggists every where sell HYOMEI. -- SIEARNS WHAT&INSIDSSoN fivwac-- T Lime for White Washing TELEPHONE 85 a N..V- - The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Big Spring Line of Dry Goods:: Notions are now in at the old reliable merchants. Some beauti f u I wash fabrics for spring and summer. Foulards, Linens, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Voilles, etc in a wide variety of smart pieces to choose up-to-da- te from : : : : : : It will doubtless interest the- - friends or "Flem Poore", whose birtliplaco and early home was Richmond, to know that ho has rcconlly been appointed gonoral stage diroctor of the Now York Hippodrome, the largest play house in the world. Sir. Poore is known to Now Yorkers by tho first of half of his name, Carroll Fleming, as the author of "Sis Ilopkins, but his connection with the Hippodrome has beon confined to writing dramatic spectacles. Tho last of these", Marching Through Georgia, a war time play, resulted in his appointment as stage diroctor of the Hippodrome Tho Now York people comment en thusiastically upon the war play which uses 350 persons and builds a genuine Sacks furnished for your wool, dot pontoon brldgo right across the big them at Douglas, UeatliBrsge & Sim tank. Tholfew York Evening "World mons. Elmer Deatheraeo. it says " Carroll Fleming, who orginated the piece and who singed It has proved a Belasco on a giant scale." "Carroll Fleming" is a son of Dr. It. J. Poore, now of Cincinnati but formerly of Richmond. He is also a nephew of Mrs. J. W. Crooko of this city. is almost the worst thing for - make contracts ami agree on tho amount that shall be paid for bridgos and other road imrovemcnts. Tho case was Floyd county against Oswego Bridge Co.. which came up from Floyd county. The fiscal court of that county appointed a committee not members of the oourt, with full powor te make contracts for the boilding of three iron bridges. The committee went ahead with the work, let tho contracts to the Oswego Co., which was the lowost bidder, the three bridges costing in rounds numbers $15,000. By the time tho work was completed tbo personnel of the fiscal court had changed and the now court refasod to pay the $15,000 ob the grount that tho fiscal court had no right to delegate its powor to committee and that 'the. committee could not bind tho county for any debt oroatcd by the committee. Tho lower court decided in favor of tho Brldgo Co. Tlje county appealed and tho higher court says tho fiscal court- is right and and the county cannot be compollcd to pay for the bridges under tho circum stances. The opinion says: "It may bo a hard ship on the Bridge Co. to get no pay for its bridges, but that is tho penalty for making a contract with a committee or corporation without inquiring into the power it has to make such a con tract. Tho county will not be allowed to use tnese bridges without paying lor them hewevor, and tho Bridge Co., mny take down and romove the bridges and material used in their construction, as Uite is its only remedy under the law. committee tbo right to Pi POWDER Tho only baking powder Absolutely Pure Cream of Tartar matlo from Royal Grape NO ALUMjHQ LIME PHOSPHATE Going Up. Former Richmond Boy Occupies Exalted Position in Theatrical World. During tho next three months Ken tucky will place on the market over 800,000 lanfbs and before these lambs are shipped out of the State they must undergo a dipping of lime and sulphur or one of the tobacco dips. The cold tar and creosote dips are barred by the State Livo Stock Sanitary Board and owners who expect to ship lambs from this State must have a certificate of inspection issued by tho County Live Stock Inspector setting forth that the Iambs have been dipped in one of the preparations used for official dipping. Of the 800,000 lambs to be placed on the market only about 50,000 will be slaughtered in this State, the remainder being placed on the market in other States. The State Live Stock Sanitary Board has rccoived a number of complaints from owners of sheep protesting against tho regulation of the Board providing that only lime and sulphur or tobacco dip can bo used in official dipping. Dr. Payne of the Live Stock sanitary Board said a large number of sheep owners had laid in a cold tar or creosote dip and wanted to nso it: Ho added that It might bo used where the sheep were not intended for snterstato shipment and where the dipping would be unofAt official dippings a County ficial. Live Stock Inspector or a representative of the United States Bureau of Animal Industry is present to issue certificates of inspection, which the railroad com panies require before they will accept the sheep for shipment. Inspectors for Madison county. Van Benton and Boyd Wagers, have been busy for several weeks inspecting flocks and instructing owners just how to proceed so as to avoid trouble in selling and shipping their lambs. Both gentley that there was men said very little scabies in this county and with due precaution the owners would experience no loss. to-da- MATTRESS (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU . FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlHSIDETHE !v LOOK T H R Olf.G nSfJttEriiUCED IN 6 GUATCttNTE OPENING APPt'DFOBj TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; net ealy because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattras wt f poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. hum)1 , Stearns & Fofter Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted ilo dreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Sanding nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed f their to original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juA the proper teasioa, so one-six- th as to tion. be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedt of relaxa- Made in the beft qualities EXTRA CHARGE. Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 k Windsor. $13:50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 Ladies: "We can promise you a clear, clean skin and a beautiful complexion if you use ZBMO and ZEMO SOAP according to directions. ZEMO is a skin beautifierand a scientific preparation for tho treatment of eczema, pimples, dandruff and all di ZEMO seases of tho skin and scalp, SOAP.is the nicest, bost lathering antiseptic soap you ever used for toilet or bath. Sold by druggists everywhere and in Richmond by Perry's Drug Store. When you buy a Stearns & Fosler vou eet the heit MaftrM vnli r&ArA J wnAvu Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A bteams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to bwy. I N. V. WHITE Main preparations contain as much as 20 of alcohol; Scott's Emulsion not a drop. Insist on having "just-as-good" consumptives. Many of the Dan Breck, firo, lightning, and live stock insurance. cyclone tf Sfreet, below First RICHMOND Scott's Emulsion FOB SALE BY ALL. DEUQQIST3 Now is the timo to got rid oT.your rheumatism. lou will find Cham berlain's Linimont wonderfully efiectlve. One application will convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by Stockton & Son. Spring Styles in Ready- to Wear Goods. Call and take a look. -- KABO CORSETS Undertaking a Specially OLDHAM & LACKEY W. S. O. Highest Bros. cash price for wool Got tf. MrsJM, Barlow m, JL O. L. We Sell May Manton Patterns JOc Each tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf !Vfc' K a Here Is Foot Comfort! r Hustling Cash Store IT'S EASY MONEY c3 We Sell May Manton Patterns JOc Each i Have You Bought That Spring Suit? Would you like to save a few dollars? It's easy money; Take a look at-- our "Faultless Brand" Clothes made by Milton Ochs & Co. Remember we specialize $10 and $15 values in Men's and Young Men's Suits Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. Complete assortment pf Spring goods in all lines, including t;he greatest line of The Scholl A "Foot-Eaze- r" tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf X U a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives them strength to "cany the weight of the body at the foot arch. It does away with all nervous and muscular strain and quickly replaces the natural to the foot and prevents flat-fowith its painful consequences. ' Makes walking or Btandinjr absolutely comfortable, keeps shoes in shape and gives the instep a graceful arch. I The Scholl " it made of two German SilverSDrinc-- . Irath 1 IT . elas-ticity "Foot-Eazer- Elite Skirts and Waists for Ladies we have ever shown j 2f j t3 ana to all I eet and can be easily supped into any snoe. ' They do cot ceedtackinaor i pasting butare' easily chanced Foot-Eax- i Corner First H a mi & from one pair to another. If you have any foot trouble 'whatsoever the Scholl will give you instant relief as well as rest and comfort. i ' All sixes f etraen andvWomen, $2.00 per pair, We are headquarters for foot comfort and the Scholl it one of the principal means of conveying it to you. Let us prove It. Fool-Eze- We want our money and you want all it will buy ia exchange ftfrSitr We were never so well prepared io give you values as nosv Respectfully !:."5l -- Main too 4 - . -- He- rot - 3t Richmond, Kentucky ' - ft it -.t.- ? - - j 0 n l.'j It. - The Busy 3 Cash Store - GREAT LOOM END AND A. Sale Begins Saturday, Closes Saturday, June 10th Sale Begins Saturday, May 27 at 8 a."m. and closes June 10, at JO p. m We will give coupons all- - during the sale on one more of the celebrated May 27 "We will pay your railroad fare both ways, from Irvine, Beat-tyvill- e, Ford, Valley View'and Berea for all those purchasing $25 or more during this sale "The Free" Sewing Machines, which will be given away Saturday, June Every 10th, at 2.30. p. m. dollar purchase you make you get a coupon, and for every dollar paid on account you get a coupon. This coupon entitles you to a chance to get the machine. We are agents for "The Free" Sewing Machine, rfiebest machine on the market. Retail price $35 The greatest variety may "be of needs supplied at wonderfully little cost at this great Loom End Sale Possibilities for money saving were never before so many and so tempting This is our greatest attempt at sale giving don't miss it Wotch Red Tickets for Bargains Richmond's rainfall was the greatest, with four exceptions, in forty-on- e years, and in many other sections the weather was even more disagreeable. April. 1911, will go down in history as being one of the poorest months for the retail business in the United States. The public had no need for spring and summer goods, consequently retailers sold very little, many ot them cancelling orders placed with manufacturers, and manutacturers were torced to sell at a loss. 1 his was true especially m women s apparel and dry goods 01 van ous tdnds. We took advantaee of many of these opportunities to buy cheap from the manufacturers and we are enabled to offer you in this sale a choice up to date stock of merchandise decidedly under price. It will pay you to come. It will pay you to invest. It will pay you to buy. It is an ill wind that dlows nobody good. This is your opportunity. Come 1 In preparing for this Rare Price Cntting Loom Loom End Sale no department in the big store has been overlooked, as we want to make big inroads all over the house, especially all broken assortments, odds and ends, remnants and surplus stocks. They all must be Your money will be refunded for each and every ariicle purchased during this sale that is sold, consequently the price is secondary with us. We want nothing to leave our store during this sale, dollars or cents worth, that will not be loyal to our earnest endeavors. not satisfactory in every way jt,jtjijtj,jfijtjt Loom End Bargains MEET ME AT OLDHAM'S GREAT LOOM END SALE One lot of good quality Safety Pins, worth 5 cents; Loom End Sale price One lot Men's Neckwear in all tho new shapes and colors regular 25c values 500 Ladies' and Children's Patent Leather, Persian and Elastic Belts, worth up to 50c each; our price One lot, about 250 yards of imported Drapery And Kimona Silks, worth up to 75c per yard; Loom End price . Don't fail to see our Lace and Embroidery bargains. We are offering prices on now Laces and Hamburgs that will interest the most skeptical. Don't fail to see them and get prices. One lot men's bleach Pepperell mills Drawers, elastic scam and Scrivner's make, worth up to 75c pair; our price One lot men's Laundered Shirts, no seconds, all new stun right out of . stock, all sizes and colors, worth up to 75c each; s37C Loom End price One lot E. & W. Fine Shirts in all sizes, worth up to $1.50 ' "7Qr each; salo price 200 yards of English Long Oloth in lengths from 2 to 5 yards O regular price 12 .... sale price 200 yards of English Long Cloth in lengths from 2 to 5 yards, fA worth up to 20c yard; salo price 300 yards fine Nainsook in lengths from 2 to 8 yards, worth 1Q up lo 20c yard: sale price 500 yards best French Gingham, in lengths from 2 to 10 yds regular price 12 per yard; sale price .. A Oni lot men's Work Shirts, the best make, best material, ex- tra full, extra length, solid colors and stripes, worth COc... , One lot of children's Gingham Dresses in solid colors,- nicely made and trimmed, sizes 2 to 14 years, regular 75c values , One lot boys' and girls' Rompers, just the thing fo play, in ' - O Qr sizes from 2 to 8 years; sale price One lot ladies' House Dresses in shepherd checks, navy, China blue, grays, black and white, figures and stripes, 'regular price $1.50 QP.r each; our Loom End price One lot light ground figured Madras Cloth, satin stripe, just the thing for shirts, waists or dresses, regular 15c per yard; &r Loom End price Deep cuts in Lace Curtains and Draperies in our Lace Curtain Department just when you need them. Wo have, planned lo save you money. Boys' Clothing Bargains In our Boys' Clothing Depart partm enb you will find prices cut so low as to almost seem impossible. We have the best and most up to dace line of Boys Clothing in Richmond and prices have been cut on thorn for this sale so low that it should move the entire lot. If your boys need a suit or an extra pair of pants, attend this sale price and in and buy them for lots of case's for 1-- 2 1 39c Less Than Half Price Carpets and Rugs We have made deep cuts in our Carpet and Rug Department. You must not fail to get oar prices on Girpats and Rugs. We offer fo sale 9x12 seamless bi"iy Brus sel Rugs, 816.50 values, sale price ' ' mm l-- 0, Muslin Underwear Bargains (J . $1050 "' AAf' ' ' Petticoat Bargains We feeugfct from a large silk petticoat manufacturer 250 silk petti-oeat- e ta Meek and oelers especially for this sale. We cleaned up the lot at saeh a Jew price that we are able to offer regular $5 values during this -sale at .... Onolot of Children's Muslin Pants, in sizes from 2 to 14 years nicely made, ruffled and tucked, worth up to 25c pair; our price.... 300 nico Corset Covors, trimmed with lace, embroidery, etc, worth up to 50c each; our price 250 pair Ladies' Muslin Drawers, plain tucked, lace and embroidery trimmed, worth up to 50c per pair; our price .. 250 pair extra fine and very elaborately trimmed Muslin-Pant- s worth up to 1 per pair; our pn'co J . 200 good Muslin Gowns, plain tucked and trimmed, worth up to 05c each; our price About 500 Ladies' Muslin Gowns, very beautifully trimmed, nice fine material, worth up to 51.50 each; our price One lot Ladies' Embroidered Shirt Waists, now styles, low neck, worth up to?l each; our price . 9x12 Axminster Rugs in beauti- 'ytucoopEderheinier,- - Stem & Co. - ful new patterns. Regular values for $22.50 UAttlS $15.75 Wash Suits and Skirts Wo are offering a'big lot of Wash Suits and Skirts in our Suit Department at ... Less Than Half Price.' Loom End Tags get your y You will see the-Resize' before theyare gone. Our entire lot of fine tailor-mad- e Suits and Skirts for ladles have been greatly reduced for this sale. Don't fail to visit the Suit Parlor and see the new things at low prices. Something-doin- g A Flyer in ram 200 wHeSMris in stripes and solid colors, worth. up to '. 758 eaoh; Sale price J to nrx, QQ. AA Our Entire Stock of, 100 bteak PeMiooats, nicely made and ruffled, worth up 76e eaoh; sale pri oe 100 Maok ..... PeUioeats, fuHy mercerized, embroidered ruffles made, worth up to $1.50, Loom End price One lot regular ttt valne Heatherbloom Skirts will be sold this sale at OR-duri- '' 7Q-elega- HATS Have been Reduced for This Sale All the finest Hawes Hats in felt, derbies, Panamas, straws etc. Tho stock is new and fresh. Come and get your selection before they are gono Waists mem . day. One every hour of the The Sale off all Sales. Don't'Miss It 225, In white ombroldered, shepherd checks, solid blue black and white and silver grays, worth up to 75c, our Loom End price ODC lat ladies Shirt Waists, about Mly ng This is the event you have been looking for. The sale that draws people for J 00 miles around We bought especiall for this sale 500 Ladies Whilo Shirt Waists, high and low nocks, long and short sleoves, elaborately trimmed, worth AQ up to $1.25 each; Loom End price (or choice "T C 100 full size Marsailles Bed Spreads, regular $1.50 value, bought especially for this sale; our price 70C Good Brown Cotton, full 30 inches wide, regular 7 1 2c valuo sold off bolt during sale at . 3T no One lot men's Linen Collars, manufacturers seconds, all sizes regu- C lar 2 for 25c sellers; our price 3C and-kinds 5c 500 yards Curtain Swiss, 3C inches wide, in ueauiuui aots and stripes, regular price 1 fV, 15c perytrd, choice of patterns for t7 d MAIN bus: .ii RICHMOND, KY WW .D H OLDHAM H. Hm COM PANY'S H Bfl B H AND CLEARANCE HHT 111111111 L .B iiiiiiiiii 1 Hv iiiiiBiiifls siiiiiiii mi Sale Begins Sale Begins Saturday, May at 8 o'clock A. M. and 27th June 10th at 10 o'clock P. M. Saturday, May at 8 o'clock A, M. and 2Tm June 10th at 10 P. M. Closes Saturday Closes Saturday If you are looking for more than your money's worth you will be here heck off the articles you need now, then come prepared to share in the tremendous money saving benefits of this great sale This sale offers the greatest values for the least money The first ten women who spend $10 at this sale next Saturday, May 27, will get 20 yards of Calico FREE If you are dead to the necessity of economy, you donrt need to read this If you are alive to the needs of money saving, read, reflect, come Be here when it opens you will surely come again Watch Red Tickets for Bargains The Real Loud Noise of All Big Sales The Sale That Draws the People for 1 00 Miles Around This Year Its Greater and Grander Than Ever 10 Shoppers living many miles away will find a visit to Oldham's Big Store during this Loom End Sale a very profitable adventure. Read these pages carefully and see where you can make saving in all the necessities. Look through our store and see. the thousands oi Red Tags which all mean bargains tor you. We can only mention a few of the Red Tag values in this circular, the store is full of them. Don't miss a single one. Come bring your babies, we have a special room provided for their care and a woman to talfee care & them & Our Loom End Sale Begins Saturday, May 27, Closes Saturday, Jvne y f Clothing Bargains Although it is right in the beginning of the season, Aihcn everybody is thinking of buying a new suit, we have decided to sell our entire new stock in two weeks. .So here goes $18.75 S25.00 Suits now. 22.00 Suits now 10.50 20.00 Suits now ....I 15.00 18.00 Suits now 13,50 10.00 Suits now 12.00 15.00 Suits now 11.00 12.00 Suits now 8.39 10.00 Suits now 7.-J- You all know what it meaas when we advertise one ot our Sales. Wc have held many of these sales in the past and never in any instance have we disappointed the public. Every promise has been carried out to the letter, and in. most instances we have done more than we promised. For this reason we are sure the simple announcement of the date of sale will fill our store to overflowing with eager bargain hunters. ,That's why we feel safe in telling you to come expecting bieeer and better values than you ever before received i7 I0r your money. Wc nave never aisappuuucu y uu mu wc wui uui uc&m uuw tf IjHidSIl Si We have reduced all our shoes for this sale not a single pair reserved. Our fine Wm. Knee-lan- d. Shoesfor men go in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Como and pick 'em out, we have many extraordinary bargains to offer you in the shoe department. You will see special racks of sboes at one-hatho original cost. Don't fail to look them over it means a big saving to you. No old shop worn stuff, but new up to date styles to close- - out. lf brands, in dark and light blues, shepherd checks, reds, silver grays, black and white and shirting" prints have been bought for this sale and you will buy them for less than cost to Over 20,000 yards of Calicoes, the very best "Queen Quality' styles far ,S$riny and they re leauties. We did not We are sole agents for the American Hosiery Bargains One Jot men's Half Hose,-tun- , black and fan Loom End Bargains One lot bleached Table Damask, about. 300 yards in lot, 61 inches wldejvregular price 50c yardi Loom EnS'prfco 350 yards all Linen Crash, 18 Inches wide, in lengths from.2 to 5 yards, regular 10c 1 value; Loom End price py, all fijll regular made, usually 1 pair fpr 25c; Sale ppice One iot of men's-25c sep3' 1 "7 Halt Hose in all colors, Lady Corsets for this city. We are show, ing all tho now shapes and bost' models.. We are making speoial prioes on them lor t you havent been wearing this sale. American Lady Corsets, you don't know what it is to wear the best fitting corset on the market. Try one at our sale price. leVeve suck footwear Jtossilile at the The makers kave outdone rtce. themselves. Smart, styles with A Flyer in Wash Goods n plenty of comfort and service just snajy Or fancy and plain, genuine lisle tbrcad JyOoiti End price, . One Jqt ladies'- - black hose, full and good. quality, rogular price 10c Cr Look for the Red Tickets One lot ladies' . regular made pair S Loom End prjce r gauze Lisle. Hose,, our , We bought espeolally for this sale one lot of beautiful wash fabrics, Lawn, Madras Cloth, Dimities, Etc., all in new figures and stripes, in. lengths from 2 to 12 yards; regular price I 13 l2c; Loom End price 2 One lot, about 500 yards, check and striped Ginghams for dresses or aprons, in. lengths from 2 to 10 yarns, regular price 8 ZJC Loom End price c; what you have leen looking for. You 77 luy here eventually. VCOtynot to-da- y? regular 25c values; Loom End price. , 25 dozen good size Huck Towels, regular price at retail 10c eachj our Loom C End price ...... 3v One lot of ladies' ribbed top black Hose, full regular made, generally sell for 19 pair; 0 OC Joqm Eat price . One lot of ribbed black Hqie for children in sizes from 5 to 10, regular 15c ralues: O Loom End price . One lot ladiesfine gauze Lisle Hose, can't toll them from silic, regular OOr ' j r All Queen Quality Shoes 5 ) fpercent Offd uring Sale price 50c; Loom End price extra size Huck Towels in red borders and plain white, our regular price O OC 15c each; Loom End pjrlco 35 dozen ;. r M'eq's pnre SJlk Half Hcsa and black, regular 50c values; Loom End price iq.all colors One lot Everett Classic Chambrays just the thing for shirts or dresses, regular 12 value, l-- 25c In lengths from 2 to 10 yards; Loom End price - ' - '7i ""C vjsat -r- W. D. OLDHAM IC H M'O N D ' . iT KE NTUG KY (0. " THE NAME STUCK. i OLD TIME SCHOOLS. ITkIS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH CLOTHES It's Pride That Make's a Fellow Want to Wear Good Clothes It's uride also that makes a manufacturer persistently try Again, it's pride that makes us to better his merchandise. fussy about the class of clothes we sell. If you take pride in your looks, you'll do your purchasing at a store where pride of quality is a basic principle one of the uoei important features upon which our business has been built. "Griffon Clothes" are clothes to be proud of. We're proud of them and we know you 11 be if you ever wear them. Why not wear them this spring'? They're hand tailored from ex celleat fabrics. They're very distinctive, still cost do more "Griffon Clothes" are all wool. than ordinary clothes. $12.50, $15, $18, $20 In sew three button, double breasted style, tailored just the war the bovs want them. New nobbv designs and color tones. Extra strong and extra large sizes 12 to 18 years McCall BIG BOY'S SUITS 53.50, $5, 57.50, 510 Man Wha Owned 11 Didn't' Feel Flattered. ...They had been speaking of .aam&r "j a Tca 'nrnl nn a n f frftim hfifl mala.' tlouejFwIih pride that not only were four nephews and two grandsonsnls, namesakes, but that a business block lately built fn his native town bad taken its name from him. "And I like" It," he said heartily. "I consider it an honor. "Xou know how I feet," he added, turning to one of his friends. "J hadn't been In your little town more than an hour before I Saw your name at the turn of a road, 'Howard's Corner. STou must admit It's gratifying." "May be to you," said the other man dryly, "but, as it happens, the reason that's called 'Howard's Corner' Is because, when I was about twenty and knew more than I ever have since, I took the girl that I was courting out in new top buggy with a livery stablo horsoj.nnd tried to show off how sharp a turn I could make. 1 Uppcd her out Just as a party of summer boarders came along. Tee .buggy was smashed up some, and the girl roue on: with Uie boarders, maa as hornet There was a young man among them whom she afterward mar ried. McCJl Pattern Nc 4026 I don't begrudge her to him, for I Price, 15 ;ctlj got a finer girl later on, but when the McCall Palltrn No. 4059 A PRETTY LIUlS FHOCK . name the boarders gavo that place In Price, 15 etst A dainty misses' costume especially the road stuck and by and by was put A CHARMING COSTUME con suitable for commencement and up "on the signboard while I was out firmation. The material was white A smart little dress of blue and white west I can't say that it ever struck mull with white silk embroideiy done in the design of McCall Transfer Pattern foulard. The. flounce and yoke of plain me as any special causo for pride." Youth's Companion. .No. 330. A selection or designs tor 1110 blue and messaline. The yoke embroid young miss will be found in our pattern ered in whito with the design of McCall Transfer Pattern No. 347. The season's department. PREVENTED TOOTHACHE. smartest modes are shown at our Pat tern Department. The Old' Romans Did It by Devouring Two Rats a Month. for McCall Magazine, for If it be true that ancient remedies The coats are extra long, are always the best it may be of in terest to those afflicted with dental nicely trimmed in black and troubles to know how the ancient fancy trimming; light and Bomans dealt with such Ills. The 'Qui- tan dark in black, blue, pinlc, lavender riUea recognized two types of treat ment, the magical and medical. and tan. Extra quality, very The following are some of the prescrip- tho by the magicians: thin Take the head of a dog that has died of rabies, mix the ash with oil of Waists cyprus and Inject the product Into the Fay ear of the affected side. Lawns and Lingeries, French water snake's for children, all sizes 25c toAscarify the gum vertebra will serve embroidered, trimmed with provided that It bo baby Irish insertion and me obtained from a white skinned snake, or for the same purpose may be used dallions and nicely tailored. a lizards frontal bone obtained wnen 4 pairs in box. Guaranteed the moon 13 full, or, if that fail, a to wear 4 months without chicken bone will do, provided that it a wall and be dried in a hole mending. For men, women away immediatelyIn after used. thrown R. & G. Corsets AH New 5ummer Styles and children It Is good treatment to Inject Into an aching ear oil or lemon in wnlch 1 Box have been macerated mallow bugs, even should"th!s last givo rise to Itching. A worm fed on a particular herb or Nottinghams in select pat; Radcliffe 51ippers a cabbage caterpillar can convenlenUy terns, regular SI. 50 values All the new spring styles. A be placed In a hollow tooth, but it Is equally simple to chew an adder's And Yt th Method . Tee schoolroom practices of a half cenfrry ago are Incredible to a modern pupil It Is well that they have not been, continued, but an account of theni by an eyewitness Is often amus ing. One Incident from A. H. Hall's "014 Bradford Schooldays" brings up a teacher who clung to the old principle, ''No lickln', no larnln'." Horace Walton, at recess, climbed to tlie top of the highest nut tree and, losing his hold, fell to tho ground. He s'xurk on many of the limbs In his The boys were terribly descent frightened as he struck "the ground. Just as we crowded about him to see If ho ntill lived, our faces as white as his, the bell rang for the resumption' of studies. Tho last boy in was Walton, and just as be fell rather than sat down in bis seat the master shouted, "Come out here lnstanterl" He gave him a flogging that made tho fall from the tree seem the lesser of the two evils. A few years ago, meeting Walton for the first time for many years, he re marked that he well remembered how that master at last succeeded in bring ing things into routine order in the fchooL Each morning as the school assembled this order was observed: "FLret bell, come to order; second bell, attention; third bell, lick Walton." WOMEN IN LaminV Was the In Days When "No L!?kln', N Ruje. D R Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD ASSSSV - l9kflsB&S:BsnHllsSSSSsVKr-'t- '' BBBBBBBBBBBMBsllBSiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV HBV&Efl8Rslsis9sssssssssssB From the Basement to the Roof We carry in stock a complete line of BUILDING MATERIALS ds XaHSSBBBmBJBHSBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBB its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular, maaam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women- - are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it may lean to serious consequeutea. nature often needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are givnn at the first indication, much distress and suffering may bo avoided. Sold by Stockton & Son. Now is the time of year Jo feed your cures a good tonic. Cholora, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim- -' berneck. When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them Seal thy, them lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay. G uaranteed by your druggists, Stockton &' Son. Try it under the guarantee. Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. fowls R4-11-but-make40-5- Constipation brings many ailments in Todd-Edwar- Lumber Co. &ner Phone 00 Mi 0rciiri Richmond, K WALL STREET. A Reliable Medicine-NNarcotic. ot a New Firm Ready . Swell Tan Long Coats Ladies June, 5c Ladies' 'Broadway' Hose 54.50, 55, 56.75 Uons-advlse- d Ladies' Spring 5hirt 25c Stockings "Wunder Hose 98c, 51.5051.98 Lace Curtains 98c 5 per They 'Are Good Winners, but Drown Their Losses In Tears. To many brokers women are hoc-doos, and some stock exchange houses refuse absolutely to have anything to do vlth the fair sex. The majority of brokerage firms try their best to keep women's speculative accounts out of their offices. Some houses are obliged to tako women's accounts as a matter of personal friendship, but they will not open accounts for other women, no matter Jiow well they may be Introduced. Wall street men do not have a high opinion of the average woman's business sense. Most women have an Idea that one needs only to get a "tip" from some "Insider" in Wall street to be sure of making "barrels of money" for new gowns, hats and Jewelry. The dictum of Wall street Is that women are good .winners, but bad losers. It is difficult to reason about money and business with an angry or weeping woman. Her view of Wall street and all Its works suddenly be comes entirely emotional, and only a broker with infinite patience can calm her. Many a time a stock exchange house has taken a woman customer's los3 rather than face her tears. Strand Magazine. Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Michigan, says: 'Our little boy contracted a severe bron chial trouble and as the doctor's medi cine did not cure him, I gave him Foley" Honey and Tar Compound in which I have great faith. It cured the cough as well as the choking and gagging spells, and he got well in a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many times saved us much trouble and we are never without it in the house." The. genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse Sold by Stockton & Son. substitutes. Having purchased the grocery stock of Tate & Son, I will continue the business at the same stand and keep a full supply always of " Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries No. 35. The smallest order gets pur clpses't attention as well as the largest. - Remember we sell Phone us your orders for quick delivery, For Sale. I have a splendid carriage for sale, Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a de pot wagon, carry four or five people. It has both summer and winter side doors, pole and shafts. I also have a set of hand made carriage harness and a large gentle harness horse all of which I will sell worth the money. Dr. Clarence H. Yaught. Am thoroughly prepared to do all kinds of fly screen work at lowest pric es. Leave call at Douglas, Simmons & 42 3m R. A. Barlow. Deatherage. In case of rheumatism rofief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applying Chamber lain s liniment, n or sate by btocKtoa Field 5eeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Successor to Tate & Son Street Patterns, 0 and 1 V. I ELDER Warning to Railroad Men. E. 15 cents beautiful line of velvet pumps, also patent leather, gun metal in one, two, three and four straps The Queer Carabao. The carabao is said to be slower than & Son. a camel and more obstinate tnan a mule. Every one seems agreed that heart Barred Rock Eggs For Sale, Prevention being better than cure, a the chief ambition in life of a caraI have for sale in any quantity Thomp sovereign preventive will be found In bao. If ho has any at all, Is to lie down son's strain Barred Plymouth Rock iho eating of two rats a month. Lon la a puddle of water with Just bis nose eggs, price $1. for 15 eggs. Estimates and horns sticking out Consequently 100 considerable commotion rules the wagon train when it approaches a stream that must be forded. Tho soldiers who aro walking behind the carts as guards lay aside their rifles and begin to belabor each anlmaL In the middle of the stream tho excitement reaches Its highest pitch. Tho carabao will begin to stretch his neck and bend bis knees and grunt infallible indications of his Intention to lie down. Everybody works like a beaver to prevent him from accomplishing this fell purpose, but their labors aro not always successful. They may get him over the stream, but this 13 unusual good fortune. Harper's Weekly. furnished for lots of mch eggs or more. C. D. Miller. Going to Build? 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 and quick delivery Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we wifl guarantee to please Have Moved My Schedule. Rucker, the hustling out this warning to railroaders: "A official of tho L & N railroad has preconductor on the railroad, my work caused a chronio inflammation of the pared for the benefit of the traveling kidneys, and I was miserable and all public a very plain and simple state played out. A friend advised Foley Kidney Pills and from the day I commenced taking them, I began to regain my sirongtn. ine lniiammation clear- cd and I am far bettor than I have been fortwonty years. The weakness and dizzy spells are a thing of, the past and I highly reoommonded Foley Kidney ment giving all the information needed as to the arrival and departure of trains from this station, connections for other points, etc., and it will be well for all concerned to ollp this and keep for future reference, in the meantime familiarizing oneself with the numbers ot the trains: No. 2 will handle passengers for all points, Richmond to Louisville from main line train. No. 84 arriving Richmond 4:10 A. M. and from Rowland branch train, No. 10 arriving in Richmond 0:20 A.v M. rassengers arriving on No. 2 can go south at 11:20 A. M. and 11:85 A. M on thru train No. 33 and local train No, 37 and to all points between Richmond and Louisvillo via Rowland on No. 27. at 1:05 P. M. No. 1 and No. 4's passon- gors arrive Richmond in time for No, 38 main lino train arriving 1;50 P. M. local train stoping at all parts between Richmond and Falmouth, or No. 32 through fast train for Cincinnati at 5:1G P. M. No. 3 waits at Richmond for passengers from Cincinnati and intermediate points arriving on No. 9 at 7:21 P. il. and those from t the south arriving on 33 at 1;5C P. M. and No. 32 at 5:10 P.M. With tho new schedule we have four good routos to Louisville via "Winchester and Lexington at C:25 A. M. arriving Louisvillo 12;15 P. M Via Versailles, Frankfort, Emnence and Lagrange at 7:22 A. M. arriving Loujs- Tille daily except Sunday,12:15 P.M. Via Stanford and Lebanon Junction at 1:05 P. M. arriving Louisville daily C;10 P. M. and Via Versailles, Frankfort, Shelbyville and Anchorage at 2 P.M. arrive Louisvillo 0:25 P. M, Trains leave Louisvillo for Richmond at 0:55 A. M. and 8 A. M. via Lebanon Junction and Stanford arriving Richmond at 12:20 P. M. at 7:40 A. M. via Ancorage Shelbyville, Frankfort and Versailles arriving Richmond 12:20 P. M. at 2 P, M. via Lagrange Eminence, Frankfort and Versailles and via Levington and Winchester arriving Richmond 0:55 and 7:21 P. M. respectively. All trains will arrive and depart from L & N station Distance Richmond to Louis villevia Versailles, Frankfort, Ancor age anu biielbyvme 111) miles, via Versailles, Frankfort Lagrange and Eminence, 120 miles, via Winchester and Lexington 135 miles ard via Stanford and Lebanon Junction 139 miles. a Bacon, II St., Bath, Mo., sends Agent Jonas Pills." Two Points of View. luce discrimination would be ro- aulred to decide which Is the rvcssl 'nisf and which tho optimist In tho ap Jcnded war reminiscence. During one of tho batUcs of Mur-freesboro a group of wounded men was huddled about n field hospital, waiting surgical attention, when a big brawny trooper, with a bullet in his left leg and another In his right arm, hobbled up, holding his wounded arm in bis left baud. "Doc," he drawled, "the Johnnies came pretty near hitting me." Another fellow blowing blood copi ously from his nose, the point of which had been shot off, promptly interposed sputter "Doctor, the rascals" "came near" another blow and spufr ter "missing me." Many Generations. . The case of six generations living Is given by Tennyson thus: ""Daughter, arise; thy daughter to her daughter tako whoso daughter's daughter crl eth." George Hakewell In the seven teenth century had Imagined one descent more, for in his "Apologle" he writes that the mother said to her daughter, "Daughter, bid thy daugh ter tell her daughter that her daugh ter's daughter hath a daughter," credible Injunction In the case of centenarian only. Richmond, Ky. Firo, Life, Accident and Health Insur ancc. The very best old line Companie f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. t-- 'Don't let tho baby suffer from eczema. sores or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe for children. All druggists soils it. Burnam's Insurance Agency for Fire Insurance. 43tf 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 similar to maple syrup, making it pleas ant to take. It has no superior for colds - croui) and whooDintr coush. w a For Salo bv Stockton & Son. Lumt Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Stockton & Son. Notice to Creditors. All parties haviwr claims aeainst Pauline K. Harris, deceased, are requested to file same properly verified as required by law, to the undersigned lixeoutor, on or before July 1st, 1911. Also all parlios indebted to the de ceased, Paulino It. Harris, cither by note or account are requested to call and settle same with Uie undersigned. Dt W. S. Broaddns, Erecutor. In the Wake of the Measles. Palmer, Little Rook, Ark., bad the measles. The result was a severe couch which. grew worse and was so severe he could not sleep. She says: "One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound com- pletely cured him.and he has never been bothered Croup, whooping since." cough, measles cough all yield to Fo ley's Honey and Tar Compound. The genuine is in the yellow package. Re fuse any substitute. Stockton & Son. Mrs. O. "B. Siren In Skirts. Which Is the most recent siren (of tho animal variety) in history 7 Jacobu3 Noleras relates that In 1403 a siren was captured In the Zuider Zee. She was (says Mr. Norman Douglas In "Siren Land") brought to Haarlem and, being naked, allowed herself to be clothed; she learned to eat like a Dutchman; she could spin thread and tako pleasure in other maidenly occupations; she was gentle and lived to a great age. But she never spoke. The honest burghers had no knowledge of tho language of the sea folk to enable them to teach her their own tongue, so she remained mute to the end of her days. Making Easter is Over. Comes Next The Wonder of the Age How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new Commencement Nothing is more suitable for graduation gowns than haud Embroidery-Exquisite The little son of Yours for Fresh Goods Use of it A Telescope His Tomb. giving you a check, no "There After Keeler bad become head of my dear. is My use bank account is overtiere the Lick observatory and died and his ashes were brought back to drawn." "Well, give it to me anyway, George. Allegheny for burial it was his friend Brasbear who sealed them up in their And, say, make it for $500. I want to last resting place, a hollow in the sup pull it out of my shopping bag with porting pillar of the thirty Inch re- my handkerchief at the bridge game this afternoon." Cleveland Plain Dealflector, which Is Keeler'3 memorial. er. McCluro's.- His Scent. "How did tho young man who want ed to go In the newspaper business get along?" "It was a pretty race for success, but he won by a nose." . "What do you mean?" "A nose for news." Baltimore American. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. For that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware, Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Buy your household goods here and SAVE MONEY 5 cents you can buy many items hand made lingerie, pleases tho feminine heart. Miss Eva Roberts carries everything in the embroidery lino. A new and complete stock of J. Irvine Street . PARKE Telephone 39 Ricci's ice oream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor made to order and delivered promptly. " tf i Borghum, "is trying to look like my photograph and talk like my speeches trhea get back to my home town." Washington Star. "What Is the hardest work yon do?' '"My hardest work," replied Senator Not Easy. Patterns & Materials f Headquarters for all that's new and dainty 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building For Rent Ofllce rooms, Bright building, apply loDr. J. G. Bosley. These are new An Easy Task. rooms. 15-4t Folye's Kidney Remedy Acted Quickly. M. N. George, Irondale. Ala., was bothered with kidney trouble for many years. "I doctored, and tried kidney medicine.s without material benefit, in fact, kept getting worse. I' was per suaded to try Foley Kidney Remedy, and before taking it three days I could feel its beneficial effects. The pain left my back, my kidney action cleared up. and Lam so much better J do not hesi tate to recommend Folev Kidnev Remedy to all suffers." blocKton & Son Gave Him Time. "A philosopher, my boy, is one who "Judge," wailed the prisoner, "can" tells other people that their troubles you give me a little time to think this don't amount to rduch." Detroit Free thing over?' Press. "Certainly," replied the magistrate. " A Finishing Touch. "Six months." Philadelphia Record. "When Esau gave up bis birthright ' Practical. for mere, pottage" The Deck Passenger I notice all of "res, I know he made a mess of It" the steerage passengers bolt their food. Exchange. 1 wonder why. Tho Steward They Joy comes, grief goes, we know bolt their food to keep it down. Chi cago News. tow. Lowell. "Pa, wbat'is a philosopher?" Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES " at We have just received our last car of Implements up-tc-da- te Farm Big Prices For Hides "We When in need of Blacksmithing in any For Salet of its branches. Farming Implements, Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cul- tires &.C, get prices from II. E. Miller, Apply ' R. K. STQNE tf ttivators, J. L Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado Union City, Ky. Cheapest accident insurance Dr. and Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro xnomas- - JMectric UU. .Stops tho nain Presses, Bearing Mowars, Binders and Rakes, and Stude-bake- r ccries. You will save 10 cents on every, and heals the wound. : All druggists dollar. tf - sells it, Wagons. Gall and look these over before buying. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclonet Sand, lime, cement, brick, wall plas rock and live stock insurance. tf ter,ana and screenings; in any quant! ty at lowest, rices. 2io delay: seeus: W. W. Broaddus & Co. 44tf Lost ; -t Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave orders early. 44tf ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and alt kinds of jpetals and scrap iron. Bring what you "liave have, enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Woo), Rags, Bones, Gin-se- n and Feathers thafctjqu bring. Remem- .M Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest factory M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 .KENTUCKY D. B. Shackelford & Co. .Telephone 33 Watch Repairing s a specialty to which we give special nUestteiL. 2o a&uer how muck er bow little the to toil is defective or damaged the we take particular pride in work se ike timepiece will be &s good as or better tbaa H when new. We do ,ewe4ry repair wg awl resodeKnga the same wy dg Red steer strayed from my. place For5aIe. four miles from town on 'Tate's Creek Having decided to go to California CYTDeatherage. pike. Reward. will sell my property, known as the 200--2 4. R. D. No Phone Hobson building next to postodico. It has 18 rooms with bath and instantan Real Estate. eous water heater, and steam heat All persons desiring either to sejl or throughout. Gas and electric, lights, purchase land or other property or to Lot extends back to Irvine street wiih make rentals of same will find it to their buildings on that street, This brings in interest to place the same with mo as I from $1,200 to 1,000 per year. For am a member of the National futhcr information call on live Realty Co., of Washington, with V Mrs. Claude Smith agents throughout the United States, next to posloffice. Richmond Ky. 4t Mexicoaud Cuba. Also my services as -Co-ope-ra My man. Newest stock in city to select from Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this We line. Also Paint of tl"H3i!highestqtjality. guarantee to please the most fastidious : : : : :, : : people is complete and I ( . KflSBBS and Furnishing Goods, Suit Cases, Trunks,. Umbrellas, etc., at lowest prices for high Hats Rktam4 .4. Fine Line New Style auctioneer maybe secured by calling on me at my residence, No. 200 Third St., Richmond, Ky. S. - f22-t- f . SL : eke goods. J. T. . FEKI Buitog , ; F. J. MAI ftTRKKT xiiACjrJEK. Per joreaess ol the muscles, whether Induced by violent exercise af;B)ry, Chamberlain's Liniment Is eseeMwt. This liniment k also highly ottowfad, far- the relief it a.3arkr in shw at &loe fc RICHMOND KENTUCKY rfeeumtism. Sold by - Real EstaUS A$eot; Oldham 4 RichmotA Ky - . JLl J. B. Stouffer 2$3El LOWcst Established Cothir ad Tailoring Hotm M J' He?" i When You Add something each year that will make-you- r 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 Hot Weather Clothes This store shows a large and varied assortment of light garments for hot weather wear. These cool things not only add to your comfort, but their cost is actually trifling, when the saving to your heavier and more expensive winter clothing is considered. Light weight Serges, Worsteds, Alpacas, etc. Sizes for slims, regulars and extra large O spring. Try It A Cool Coats all Splendid Stock of New Up-to-J)a- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. DEHNfTT and HIGGIHS UNDERTAKING ' . Shirts and Drawers or Union Suits in thin lisle, balbriggan, nan-soo- k, mesh weave, etc. Drawers both long and short; and shirts with or without sleeves. Extra values in shirts and drawers at Underwear 25c to 50c Light Weight Suits No money saved and a lot If you've worn them you know their comfort. Try a pair at any rate and find out. Broad toes and low heels for older men, and high heels and short vamps for the stylish young fellows. Hanan, Walk LOW CUT SHOES makes-no- ne Over and Beacon better :tsli tf. for wool, Gelt Bros, wants your wool. 4t. Deathorage BARKER'S LOW COLLARS Are Fine Linen, 2 for 25 cents Only two Richmond stores sell Linen Collars, and it's a lot safer to come straight here and be sure of Linen than to try to find the other store. All styles of Barker's Fine Linen Collars 2 for 25c mQKgj Cuban Star, 5c tf " . v & E. Woods has been in Florida for Dan Brack, ftre. HgMlning, oyolene the past ten days on an official trip for tf the Sigma Xu fraternity. He visited .1 Jive stock insnranoe. Dan Breefc. fire, HghtBlBg. cyclone University of Florida at Gainesville and tf also spent some time at De Land. ,.1 live slock. Order one of those (,me to Owen MoKee, Riohmond for dry geeds and notions. Others Culton. Phone 125. tf u" and why net bu. i ton has Roman Sandals. ho can tit you with that Crossotl ioev Sexton can. That good ice cream at Iticci's Gone 5outh. juicy steaks from of solid comfort lost by wearing heavy Institute wIH be eponed In the Democratic primary in Clark nug the summer months for a few county for Representative, Hon. R. D. . It boarders. Hunter easily defeated D. X. Prewitt. ' Wanted To fill the unexpired term of Jonas Bush for Circuit clerk, Clay Alnridge defeat' llrse to use thru the summer fer its ed Lee S. Baldwin. tf f. ed. Inquire at Climax offiec. Madison K-- Hunter Won. .11, -- clothing in the summer time. Try one of our light weight suits and see the difference. Rich Blues and Grays in Worsteds and Serges and the new feather weight Panama Cloth tailored to fit and keep their shape Straw Hats and Panamas, Soft Shirts and Collars, Light Trousers, Suspenders, Belts, Etc Anything and everything for hot weather comfort We wish to impress the fact that our Prices are as low as good merchandise is sold in any store any where Joo Giunchigliani purchased last Fri Store room newly shelved papered day from Hubert Griggs a desirable lot Apply te Everett Berry, a .d painted. M r. Burnamwood for $900. tf II tllie Irvine St. Giunchigliani will erect a very modern dwelling on his new purchase within a Memorial Day. few months. The annual Memorial Day exorokes See Sexton before you get that new snmm nTTAT r ill be held at Red Hill cemetery near Tirasneld on the 80th beginning at 3 shoe. clock. Several oM soldiers will jEasy Victims. the assemblage and the graves of The Model sohool base bill team easi ie heroes will be fittingly decorated. , ly defeated the team from Millersburg I 7 "Do you accept the fifwras of the taxMilitary Institute last Saturday afterFine Show. Change of Time. Normal Wins. payers?" noon on the local grounds by the score At the opera house this evening, Beginning Sunday May 21st thore was "always sir, as they sweex to tkoir The fast base ball team of the Normal of 19 to 2. The' Model has not played figures." a change went into effect on the L & A victorious Thirteen lots in Shackelford's Lessik and Anita, wonderful jugglers sc.tool of Richmond made a many games this year but they have to see Have Kept will be the attraction. Dont fail Bowling County Superin- and Assessors the Subject of "Why de yon not two yoc Judsmwnt. trip which will be of much Importance to strong team. for-th- e them. Visit of the Louisville weekto Stanford and defeated Green last addition, with home place, their opas the law orders ywt tm do, ami not and easily The train arriving from .'us city. Noland very tendent ponents. Normal is the only team that bring your troubles on bM for us to Criticism- - by Ex Mayor "Heads of Houses" DeleBad Luck. jieatlyville Heretofore at 1:55 p. in., has She's Coming. bring $14,065. jost?" asked Mr. Oeroac has ever been able to take the measure busy this month. .pen changed to 10 and its arrival in gation. of the Stanford boys and tho Lincoln Woods of Richmond Mr. Thomas Black suffered a streak And Mr. Bttoekol too urn o4 bis lint reMiss Gay Mansfield county's represen county players were unable to connect VruiVfnri io4D. in. and Liouisvitle at sponse. Thore, Mr. Riitor i ihe rirsi The Bluegrass Realty Company, of of bad luok last Friday. His fine buggy tative in Lexingtons Herald's popularity This has been a busy month for with Parks pitching. Bowling Green mare was discovered in the pasture greet eaHse of Loafevillo's tax troubles 10 p. m. Passengers should bear this Richmond is ready for the reception College also fell a victim to the superb Winchester, just did nose ahead of its with one of her hind legs torn almost Superintendent John Noland of the contest, is away ahead of her apponents Ex Mayor Clarenee Woods in a Vetter The syatom wo have ts bod enough, but i hange in mtad. Commercial u uo s Ditch ins of Parks. The Normal school orpense in the great sale of lots in the and her friends are working for her of the Louisville was compelled to County schools. completely otf and he to the Louisville Pest, shows where the "Heads of Houses" delegation, wnicu record this year Shackelford addition last Frinay after On tho 12th and 13th the examination tax laws, and some officials also, are at sessors woro mightily. She is a popular little woman will come to this city this afternoon for has made an excellent to be played yet noon. On account of tho intense heat, destroy her. It is thought she brought &eosso" instead ,r Too Much Noise. and with the games for common school graduates for High fault and not the Board ot Equalization, mere cferKi never a two hours visit. There will be aoom the team will no doum. tinisn at tne top there was only a medium sized crowd about the injury in attempting to kick made and the one who d of eats her will another animal on the other side of the school entrance was held and sixty which has been greatly abused by the C. Several comptelets have been . Wood. forget the race. A two weeks stay at one hundrod and fifty of the leading of the Kentucky colleges as it is going and the bidding was far below the ex fence and caught her foot. applicants were enrolled. Of this num people of Jetrerson, and other counties wno are pectations of the owners as well as j n the city on account of auto drivers good now. thirty-seve- n City is the prize for the winner. business men of the Falls Uity, Atlantic passed. There were in the state, for raising their assesmenL ber At Berea. local people. making a tour of the chief cities of the s using the cut out on the machine while 24 applicants from the county and out Mr. Woods says Revival. Col. .Moore, of Winchester, the well One of the hits est ekusee in the h utorv Burnam's Insurance Agency writes all Bluegrass in an effort to renew business Elks Busy ji.ling thra the main thoroughfares at In of this number 13 were successful. known auctioneer, conducted the sale relations. of the Berea college will gnMhtate the 43tf The special services which have been the city there were 3G applicants and Editor EveningPest: night. It is claimed that the constant kinds only arst week mi Jwto, when tbo Common The Richmond Commercial Club, the The Elks lodge, probably tho Rich and was introduced in a short speech by in progress at the Christian church for out of this number 24 made, the requirohuok," is terribly Richmond. Ky., May 14. chuck, ohuok, Hon. W. B. Smith. cement festivities win take mm about members of the City Council ana tne real wide awake organization in the past two weeks closed Sunday night ed averase. This was a very good show Coming back. annoying and should not be used only Richmond lodgo of Elks will meet the mond, at its regular meeting briday Ii seems as if the people were not with the interest at high tide. There ing and up to the average. Of the six I feel sure had you attended the hear five days. There oro esxlHY eirhs to o ciiu-k- , evening, appointed a committee to pre- - anxious for building lots, as tins addi- were twenty three additions to the colored students that applied and took Mr. AlPoeling and wife, the gifted special train this alternoon jr civen by the State Board ot receive diplomas from the Ivo departwhen absolutely needed. from refreshments and arrango the Miss Berry's worn as the examination, not one passed. Those Equlization to tho representatives ot ments. On Juno 4tk Prooident Kron musicians, who lormeny piaycu at me with special committees apiinted win pare rooms for a reception to the mem tion joins Burnamwood, where lots sold membership. club The visitors a few months ago for $1,000 to 1,200. musical director was greatly appreciatrequired average will the Louisville and Jefferson county offi- will deliver tho mbmmJ sermon u opera house, are to return. Mr Poeling Hows This? Louisville Heads ot uouso The Realty Co. has certainly improved ed. The pastor is much encouraged that secured the school privileges. have the First Regiment Banu oi Liouis- - bers of cials and citizens on Wednesday last, the gradiMles and Gov or nor W1mii be entitled to High will be remembered with his excellent concert win De organization, which. will arrive this this addition, with beautiful streets and over tho progress that is being made in and you would modify your opinion of that will speak in the evoahtr to tho Voui.sr The Ladies AVerid, Pictorial Review rendering of violin music and his wife vllle with them court a On May 19th and 20th Supt. Noland house square im alternoon at tnrco ana do tne guesis oi sidewalks and the purchasers of the lots the different departments of the work. given on tho target now People's Religious Societies. Dr. A 7. conducted the examination for teachers board which is the favorite from politi Conrad, of Boston, Pastor of the Pai k Modern Priscilla. aad the Climax, all one mvij the citv until sis. All citizens aro invit secured bargains equalio any that have on tuo arrival. f abuse is a fine pianist. The drums and cornet mediately county schools. It was held at cians andand criticism alike of the whole year for the paltry sum of S2.10. has gladly signineu ed to the club rooms, which will be soon papers. I was present by mere street efeuren. win bo present mul City Court will be added to this, which will put owner of an auto furnish his car and a after the arrival of the the delegation as been taken advantage in this city in the Normal and there were 100 appli- accident, but I stayed through the hear- - deliver an address. his willingness to years. This offer shews S5.00 worth of maga the orchestra up to its old time form. his By law, Superintendents After . the. . ireception, the , chauffeur, and tuore win ie pieiuy mi possible. . Chairman Uarner, or the board. Judge Greenleaf administered a fine cants. of Examiners with theirand 7 In making his introductory speech, for the home at the very low assistBoard program arranged oy tne (commercial visitors. Wonderfur Offer. Deatherago wants your wool rnntn fnr fhn will keep open house iqr Club and tho Citv Council will be car Mr. Smith said that this was the first of $00 in two cases against Nat Wilson ants, conduct tho examinations in showed a greater familiarity with the any Elmer price of $2. 19 for the lot. Sent to Elks The timo in Richmond that an auction sale for violation of tho local option laws. Counties where there are Normal schools sitiuation in Jefferson county than did William Jennings Bryan's greet paper. 4L honor of the visitors ried out. or different address old as well as new Highest market prices. thirtv minutes in of building lots was conducted, and a Wilson Is "of color and is a new and students attending the school from any man before the board. Think of that. The Commoner, will be son to any adand will serve refreshments. subscribers can take advantage of this brass band was used to draw the crowd offender. Judge Greenleaf has issued other counties are allowed to take the tie elicited the admission Irom your as dress, in club with tne Climax, for two Rivalry in Base Ball.1 all citizens turn out It is hoped that tf and enliven tho bidding. He paid a strict orders to the police to enforce the examination there. offer. This is a great bargain. There were 43 sessor that it was the "custom" to dis- yeers fur only $3.00. Dont lot this offer Louisville business men For You. There appears to be much rivalry be and greet these very high tribute to the hustling com- law relative to auto lights alter night. counties represented, besides Madison. obey the law, requiring the acreage as- eseape your attention as tt may never Richmond is the pany of Winchester citizens, who took Two prominent citizens were fined last Tho applicants were divided into four sessed; that it was his universal prac appear again. This is a presidential tween the first and second Base Bail and show them that Grand Time. "When you knoiv'any marriages, best town in the Bluegrass. The comto accept the taxpayer's figures un year and everyone in favor of reform this project in band, and by its aggre- - Friday for failing to display lights on divisions under the direction ot the tice oath, every owner of births, deaths, accidents, sale o teams of the Normal.school. mittees are anxious that without exercising his own offi and a government for thepeople will sive spirit shown, (in an effort to make their autos. Night officers. Powers and reeular members of the Board. Dr. J. der The Members of Riohmond Oomman present at tho depot 1 was defeated a few day an automobile be Team No. or money.) had given to Richmond people Potts have their eagle eyes out constant B. Million. Valley View, and Miss Lelia cial right and duty ot fixing the figures want to reaa Jlr. Bryan s matoBlesa iery, No 18 are loud la their praises of ago by a oV.lonk and if there are any who land, crop or stock, Church news the Riohmond team, in a close at Harris, of this city, with assistants. as to him (the assessor) seemed just editorials. Old snbserieers will be taken lodge news, please telephone or write i tie entertainment accorded them in have not been seen by the committee, proper. homos. contest No. 2 has challenged No. 1 for a it is hoped they will make arrange-mnnt- s the Climax, so we can let people in in this offer. Remember tho Com Prof. J. B. Harris and Miss Mariam and Lexington, last week at the meeting of Memorable Day. Noland, all under Supt. Noland. These Right there, Mr. Editor, Iperceive tho moner tor twe years, new nntil May Tho first lot put up, No. 1, adjoining entertaining the other parts of the countyknow about scries of games but the challenge hai at onco to aid in "boys the Grand Commaadery. The 1013, the the proporty of L. B. Herrington, was guests of tho city this afternoon. The sudden change in the weather papers will be graded and sent to the fatal weak spot in the Louisville com- only and 00. Climaxis for ono year for been declined. it. VTe want clean news of every $2 positively the This plaints. Your conscientious taxpayers sold to Phil Monyhan for $090. left here Tuesday afternoon, and many last Saturday evening, the 20th, brought respective counties. looks like the first should be last It kind from everywhere. Tho County Board of Education will and your conscienceless ones, let me put greatest offer we have boon aMo to gu t No. 2 was purchased by C. C. Wal- to mind the heavy snow that covered Next Wednesday. didn't retura until after Thursday and the last first. the lace for SC50. the grourd in the Bluegrass on Sunday meet tomorrow, (Thursday the 25th) it that way tor illustration, give the as year. people ot Madison eousty ihU evening. The headquarters were at the ' if SuDt. Coates. President Crabbe. Prof. respective No. 3 by'Thompson Burnam for $725. May 20th, 1894. Many were uneasy for in Sunt. Noland's office and a full sessor their instead of valuations, and Phoenix. Tne meeting next year will exercising bis Keenon Out Mr.nmifln and nerhaDS Other educators the assessor, fear a repetition of that date was about attendance is requested. Record Run. Bill Loses. No. 4 by C. 0. Wallace for $705. to Frankfort be held in Paris. to come", but the rain was followed by non. Rodman Keenon, Harrodsburg, of this section, will go meeting with The examination for colored teachers own judgment under the law, right a next No. 5 by Amil Lohrisch for $710. Governor Wilson turned a deaf ear to warmer weather and it is now safe for this county is announced for next there and then placing his own estimate the State Wednesdav for Regenstein of Emil Lohrifch. who recently invested has announced as a candidate for Suprenteadont Nos. Cund 7 by non. Grant E. Lilly that summer is roally here and the Friday and Saturday at the court house. of the valuo in the column provided for- the pleadings of William Jenkins who in a Cole 30 automobile, is making new Organize. nomination for Railroad Commissioner Teacher's Institute Instructors, xne records everv dav for speed and endur for 81,035. that purpose, simply accepts the hg- was sent up from Madison een4y at frosts that have prevailed in May so oath this ures given by the taxpayers The theatrical managers of Central in hk district and those"who know him meeting is to last three days-Circuit eonrt fer forance, itis latest is a trip last ouuuay Valley View. as final. Up go the lists tounder State gery. term of thewas 8 and 9 by Jonah Wagers for often for the past several years will not Preaching at Nos. 1 the given five years and Jenkins from Richmond to Lancaster, to uan $1,015. come in 1911. Kentucky have perfected an organizat- are of the opinion that he will bo a hard Frankfort, and those disin so hurt was he by the aetlen of the jury ville. to Harrodsburg. to Shakertown, Elder Clarence Walker will preach at Board at First Rain, Nos. 10 and 11 to Dr. Boggs for $1,045 ion for mutual benefit of its members man to defeat. Mr. Keenon is a gradproceed to that he at once applied for a pardon Valley View Baptist church Sunday, terested and fearless men to Lniineton and back to Riohmond, Money Here. 12 and 13 to W. W. Broaddus and Manager Baxter of the Richmond uate of Central University and starred equalize, and the rain begans to rail The "Gov" acknowledged The first rain in three weeks made May 23th at3 o clock p. il. that he raiira u uiio and Nos. oi 'Varsity its appearance Saturday evening and it distance This aoouiiza slops at every for $1,005. men, alike on just and the unjust all are thought the sentence a "terribly steep There is perhaps more ready cash in opera house is one of the leading included base ball here for the hours. Culton's raised alike, and the mlschler is to play. one, but said he thought it best for visitor as the ground town along the route and slow running O. C. Wallace purchased the home Richmond Pure Home Made lard at and Madison county than in Lex team, lie is well Known in uicumouu was a welcomed A meeting k being held had become so Darched the farmers were cliffs from place, which consisted of three acres of any other county her size in the state. 10 cts. the lb., in cans. This week only. Instantly the papers take up the hue Jenkins to remain in tha "pen" for ington aad officers are to be eltoted and would get a big vote, if Madison sprinkling their tobacco txjas to Keep along the Kentucky river v and crv. and the innocent and guilty several months yet and think over his Shakertown to Brooklyn bridge on the ground, besides the Shackelford resi Last' Friday when a settlement was Guaranteed none better. Other members besides Mr. Baxter are: was in the district. taxpayers join in the denunciation ol the wrong" doing. Tho price paid was $0,425, made with tho purchasers of tho lots in tho plants alive and the planting of corn Lexington and Harrodsburg pine, tic denco. had been abandoned on account oi me made State Board. That is simply whipping Elders Sale. trip without a mishap very low figure. The total sum de the Shackelford addition, the Bluegrass John B. Stout, Danville; R. S. Porter, Spring lamb is here. Choice cuts at p.mstv pronnd. The rain was not a of any-kin-the entire car. Burnam's Insurance Ageney old oat the schoolmaster because the children rived from the sale is $14,005 and ac Realty Co.; very kindly offered terms of to his Paris; T. E. Keer. Georgetown: R. M, 1 E. V. Elder will begin his great Mill won't study their lessons at home. cording to Mr. Radcliffe, of the Com six and twelve months with one third soaker, but it win neip lor leverai uajo, Culton's. and best companies represented. Phono Brown, Shelbyville; M. H. Nave, Nicho end and Green tag sale next Saturday pany, who acted as cleric, mere is down, but out of the $14,065 paid for Chairman Garner asked Mr. Buechel; 707. DEATHS Old Dominion Portland cement, none .asville; H. A. Rohs, Cynthlana. barely a good cigar all round for the the lots the Company took all but $900 and mammoth preparations are being Oldham Again. tf "W. W. Broaddus. showing that 213,105 was made to make this one of the best everbetter, at in- - members or the organization alter ine with them Mr. W. T. Barnes died of the paid in cash and only one of the buyers held bv this house. Look for his adman. Hrmatiesof old aee Wednesday, May expenses are paid. W. D. Oldham, the loom-en- d Too Bad. uertisement in this issue. Season 19 M. Mrs. Shackelford received $11,500 for is considered a man of means. will inaugurate another one.of his well 17, at his home on the Barnes Mill pike There seems to be a wonderful amount of known sales, beginning next Saturday Ho had been in poor neann ior a year the place and tho improvements cost As one of the greatest inventions St. Mark's Church. Must come. r f complaint from people all over th 27th. Read everv line of it on the in or morn, but was connneu 10 uis room almost $2,500. It is expected that the age, aSpirella corset is foremost and side pages of this issue. The Busy Bee onlv a few weeks. r unerai services several new residences will be seen in At the Catholic Church Monday. Rt. country on account of short weights and having ex Truant Officer Kunkle-i. ., are Known hi mora r.nnrtucieaai me T. mnnv Madison county women can Hash Store's irona cnurcu ov course of construction before the year cellent results with school children Rev. Bishop Camillus P. Maes, ot Cov easu r es. They claim they are "short- ,lI have never seen a woman Madison and every county adjoining, on tho pastor, Eld. E. C. McUougle, lhurs- - is oub in this new addition. great worth. I have the since the county court assessed a fine ington confirmed a class or rorty one. cu ' on eatables. In Boston thirty eight testify to its reount of Mr. Oldham s excellent ad dav alternoon ai a p. m., muiicu ui parents for failure to The ceremonies were beautiful and in now models for 1911 now in and can vertising policies. Culton's link sausage is as good as can aealnst several with good sense but who hud per cent of the scales have been found burial in the Richmond cemetory. Mr. make their children attend school, "it keep'ng with the customs of the abdominal supporters. Barnes died on the same farm on whicn be made. Try some of it. t be incorrect; that is the-- purchasers fit you. Also necessary at this time of the year. Church. Bishop Maes was assisted by ils more beauty enough to make herand your inspection and pastor h wn horn and on which he lived all SL John's Day. get less than what they pay for. It is Prices reasonable than any other, said Officer Kunkle; for the Rev. Rev. Father O DwyroWinBarn Burned. nfMslifft. Ho was born in 1W0 and Mrs. Hallie Deathcrage Herbert Hillenmeyer, of and is solicited. you children to attend school, as this is the self highly agreeable. hoped that Inspector of weights and Tim pood vteonle of union City, to-- i thflrefhra 81 vears old. He never 4t closing time and teachers must grade chester. Rev. Flyn. of Georgetown, and A very disastrous measures, C. E. Woods, finds nothing Phone 500. getber with the Masonic lodge of that married and had.been a membor of the Monday morning on fire broke out early the pupil for next term by the exami Rev. Rohrer. of ML Sterling. The wish to see faces light up with We nine, are makini? arrangements tor a Pond church for many years. Estill Avenue, in dit, Burnam's Insurance Agency. delivered a very Jike this in Madison county. He will .j . 1 7 not. Rarnp.s was a most exemplary citizen. the big tobacco barn oi 1 nomas micox nation within a few days." It speaks Bishop class on "uatbolic strong sermon to the Doctrine tobacco in the field, Rates big time on St. Jonn s aajyjuuu joy and satisfaction just drop spend practically all of the summer Insure well for the community that few childt,f Tho Masons of Madison county are go- H leaves two brothers uyrus ana 2nd in a few minutes the entire structure ren have caused .tho officer trouble the' cheap. made making an investigation. ing lo make this a .memorable occasion Milton, both of this county, ills sisters was iiblaze. The fire department saving past year on account of non attendance. in amonjc the customers aft . Union Services. a hurried run and succeeded in and are coming in drovps, together are all dead. nA iMnlnrr Hllilflinero tint thA . harn . was I He has just finished taking 1 the 1whitev , . . . T) Int. m " .. with their wives-- mothers. Bweetnearts .t Steps are being taken to perfect the Mrs. Cassie J. Lancford Agee died at rtrv nnii t hn names matin nuiCK wortc ni ..I. nnl nHnai.B iw juvuuiuuu n uu wo auuuui wiuuv AW A beautiful grove . .. . J"' sons and daughters. .f yo" same arrangement as was' in effect last i wncox naa a small amount oi ht...i,A mil 1,1..... tv. ui homo at Nowby, of infirmities it. lar. Union Citv has been selected and a her summer, to have services at one church, to old ace on last Monday. She insurance on the structure, but Alike v on wmcu wia acuoois are anuwuu uajr only, program of music ana liauresses oy for the evening service during the at the age ot seventeen, ner Pnim lost 30.000 pounds of tobacco I irom tne siaie. nmmlnp.nt Masons . has been arranged hot summer mouths, it win be amy i .IHTTIPS liiaCK. OI llliuuuiai mo, married havingIT, about twelve .years valued at $3,000 with only about hair u i died husband . .U linn announced each week at which church un ennaren were uum Highly CompKmented will be on the program and Attorneys ago. Twelve of them still living.ui She insured. The origin of the tire is the service will be held. 1 seven known. W. O Davis and Charles Mi Hams, oi union, Dr. O. IL Vaught. of this city has re This union service is an excellent ar hAcama a member Ol wo unrisuan Dealings- Versailles, will also deliver addresses. ceived many high compliments from rangement for the summer. It not only fourteen years of age church when but Believes In It years physicians over the country on his allows the pastors ot the various chur and during all these aeventy-thre- e . Opera House Building hpr faith never wavered. She died as At Mines." C. C. Wallace- - stoutly believes paper read before the btate itaiiway ches a little resc but it brings tho jnem Telephone 62 Trouble Thdt in tho in the future of Richmond, now that ! surgeons Association neia in ijouisvuie bership ot the various churches into spoiled to Mayor chnhndltvpdb'ovond th9lull COliei Ol fimoV miners "Does closer fellowship. crave,. Funeral ).. ;u intn tut hoimn tn. ufnl-m-i r.. from several davs azo. entitled. Morions lifo . 1.. Rice last Thursday lor tiansporuuion Kftrviecs were conaucieu at uer mie her Itip Van Winkle sleep with tne TT...V- 1- ugure "lm .ma Tl.l- -t uereuivy anoiogj oi y TAsidAnce from this city to Cincinnati. 'J.ne "is tho removal or the Eld. Owen J. Young,, thence organization of a commercial club and I Appendicitis? bv . Dedication. claimed they were taKen to tne iaa amy her burial in the lamiiy ourying grounu coal mines several weeks' ago, wnere at Newby. A large delegation of members of SL manner In which he bid paper was printed in The Railway shown by tho yn!n. tm im loo, Surgeon, the official magazine of the Marks Catholic church of Riohmond. work would be eiven theni. but upon .til. i arrival, the native miners bew up their Bring your wool to" ma at the Madison Friday by the Bluegrass Reality .Co. organization and many prominent went to Winchester Sunday to witness" United States have houses with dynamite ejiu as in Tobacco Warehouse. ' lie succeeded in purenasing two very surgeons in the highly oompllroent tha ceremonies. dedicating the handseiae. no iiUinriUM there could give them nowchurch Just completed m that city, t f fine Jbts in addition to the old Shackel- - written Dr, Yaught Elmer Deatherage. nrntontion. thev decided to return. Rev. Father O dwyre, pastor or the St uurhim om sK effort in bringing out ford Iherae place one of the most dMayor ThovwArn out of funds. birS the r. many new ideas to the medical workl Mark's churofc, delivered the sermon fer sirabfe residences In the city. Listen. could not furnish oaaccoucx of haviugWallace was o astonished at tne price ateof Ink line. Dr. Yatwht pro4ued that occasion and spoke from, the subject no funds for this purpose io: uraw irum. for the place uwt n cocwmo evuMoce or many case ki Jtaiusoa mm "tiHoria aad Triumphs, ol the Charon. ; Whv nav 75c ts, for typewriter ribboa iTa.nu.Ar fiahanev. of the (mines, Wtte to support his m wR received and His d&eottrw irebas it, aUnowfr k had a Utm jadjuiuln Count to you ike Climax can sell the wha claiir; ruidu m this citv. mlneifc that S started to the thai th diaeos k ftMrediUry and tho dm boowufwttribttle to the Catholie feh a t cve wba en ami vu&ruitaa them to give y d whfl Up poor natives lover enure. Father O'Dwyre's excellent d , I After auctioneer Mxf had ori4 mnovwff of it nroVonUd tnfcoM o aetewt ' W M.4Q9 for avral minotM, It woe tho first Ubso tfco aabfawt has 4mm mot toon upheld, the hWh ho&or expert foreW kbor Is broukht in tfcjy sfctkfae&m. Two th hfcwbwws Vr cU- WleS0 im-dl4v- 4t to prohibit H. xh boon brought up before a attfwed . in colMtinir him to deliver tfea bargain to M Mr. raUaoa mttif wiJSCall us u mm x iwtm dteeowM. TaMior Hillefeaaoyer. kwkoiowv oirafct ot th Bnueasemxir rove 'ii i your typrriw here, is pastor of the ; I well knew )w Vo prevent Mum evtra aS toe Mid tt wwlraatkea off to SbJdtt KOC Kfint I WtaesooMr enure n. ho otto of to tdh anataa toto. Bo eatd .Jywageet Prieete in the thathMddeoaedtalkto pd 4 last tMjt5ti. wiUv4ol yo MOt"tiMr Xb AotM be 9T S boss as soon HewM fWfcecory, to BNvant fontea slMTI ttOmWGrmi ev LexlOfiojk. m.t , seeded. For Rent Lot Sold. ad-'re- Covington & Banks tux: crnou pnu ifv 1 . ALL READY SOLD CHEAP Examinations Tax Laws. - to-da- y -- d tf Betsy's Pointers r loom-enae- ... 1 s If A Leader AT "?"" .... . 1 1 AB C Patent Flour ui Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Its the best and leads themAB in quality per 24 pound sack 59c ... New Stock New Patterns Everything New in ' WALL PAPER 5 cents per Bolt and are-ver- t. et. tl..,f w vr 8 Sewell & McKinney to-4- .'it r r i fori, tt vitogsr' Store IfiL? - CHEAP MUSHROOM CORNS Met Painful of All Foct Aliments. How to Cure Tham. I PERFUMES. Wmflr ed A PORCELAIN ENAMELED SINK with enamel drain-boar- d is a great help to cleanliness in the kitchen. . It makes the kitchen work less difficult because it is easily cleaned, and its snowy whiteness gives the room an air of neatness and tidiness. A "Stacfettr Enameled Sink installed by us will give years of satisfactory service. Each fix ture bears the manufacturers five-yeguarantee label a positive assurance of durability and quality. ar Richmond Heating & PlumbingoCo. Telephone 270 I From Musk Supplied by Many Varieties of Civet Cats. Most women who Indulge freely lri . . the uso ,of cheap perfumes; do nol Ta Mwrhroom corn is jto called from know of what they are compounded. its pitted cone lop, reseoibllng a tiny The principal Ingredient of low priced Mushroom. It burrbws eep Into tho perfumes is musk, aulmal musk, which toe and gets more Inflamed than pther is obtained from several creatures.- corns. For the quick xellit and cure of Tito xnuskrat is probably, the best these and all corns and 'callouses the known of these, and a feVr decades following Is the most eftijctive remedy ago tlie wives and sweethearts of men knftwn to sci- who set traps around ditches and ence: Sissolvo ponds In the countryside carried proud2 (ablespoontula ly the bags of musk obtained from this of jCaloclde com- source. As an article of commerce tbe pound in a ba musk supplied by several varieties of sin of hot water. Soak tie feet In thts civet cats Is probably tbe best known for full fifteen minutes;! gently mastoday. Tbe odor Is strong and sweet saging the sore parts. (jLess time will Tho strength Is the particularly nonot give desired result).) All sore- ticeable feature and Is the reason ness Instantly disappears' and the corn, wh It Is the foundation of or callous can be easily ;jeeled off. It In tho small mammal house may be necessary to repeat this for s at the zoological gardens are two sizes number of nights for a complete euro, of civets, and any one with an invesbut If adhered to it will surely succeed. tigating Jurn of mind may stand near A little olivo oil rubbed on the part the cages and catch tho musky odor. Is very beneficial. This iCalocide Is a The musk is used in the cheap pervery remarkable preparation for all fumes, as only a little Is needed to give foot ailments and Is no lenger confined a most lasting odor to nn ounce of to doctors' use. Any dijiggist has It perfumery, but the musk itself is not In stock or will quickly get it from his cheap, and It is one of the duties of cent wholesale house. A twunty-flv- e tbe attendant of the mammal bouse to package is usually sufficient to put the collect It Is then sold through regworst feet In fine condition. Bad smell- ular channels and Is one of the sources need only a of revenue to ing feet and tender feet the zoo, although a small few treatments, likewise with inflamed one. Philadelphia Record.' bunions. This Item will tbe welcomed by persons who have tried ineffectual SHIPS THAT KICK. powders and tablets. Had - - Mojaey ta Loan on Good Farm Lands; i'ho. Northwestern Mutual Lite In juraijce Co., will loan money at 5 per cent.wterest on sjood Improved iarsa land;! oh Mortpve. Apply lo J C. Chenault, Atty, Iticbmoud, Ky, 69tf In The Grand Stand Among 5. wide Awake Americans That's where you see " Adieus Collegian Clothes I. R. Pennington Dentist. Offipo In every gathering of men-who-kno- well-dresse- d, next door to Govornmenl buil J Ky. lnglticbmond, Djr, Office Robt. Dentist C Boggs manly at work or at play this famous make is easily recognized w TeIephonj267 in Oldham Building There are many reasons why :::::: R. Emmett Million Successor to fJurjrin.&Lenny Over State Hans & Trust Company - DENTIST TELEPHONE 296 - it Harry M Blanton, ,nlr aVOfflca io Bennstt Buiuina:.- DENTIST itmPHONE 1M Announcements FOK SHERIFF V an aullionxrd to aUDOuBcr ELMEK ihATHSKAGK a candidate far SferHff S..duwa count), subject te tfce action ot inocratir part) arc aaUMMiaed to .aaaaiice JOHN K. llALOWI u c;.nrH4a, tor Sheriff of Mad -i mii.x ct to tttr metkm of the Sew Bemedy Produces Startling E oii Dcmocru'u pjrt salts With Every Form and Con-- We art mitlionz d to iDfKtMttcr SC. K. dition of Bhenmatism. JoXES.. .mdi.1..t tor Sheriff o Madteen S .Minty. i:i.'ci.t v the action o( the Democratic pari Hat Features Unknown Heretofore In An We an .n tin ruu-RiiwTnitira Treatment. lo anoounoe X. M. (ILVSkncandKljit i..r Slirriff at Mdi-nt- i I can actually feel the rheumatisn 6uli).-i-- t to tbe action at the beta driven out of my body," is tbi lftcmocruiK iNirt frequent statement made by rheumaWear. ti. l :ti:th.riEed to nnuounce tism mlCerers who have experience AX B HtM'c . a candidate lor Sheriff ..t MadiwMi iKuntv Milcet t .the actfon the uaiq.u. delightful effects of the re markable remedy 'il thf I hi" rati iart. After SO years of exhaustive tests 8C H ' x 1. M 1K KIXTEXDSKo? during which it has cured permanent Wean ..m I.. .1 I o annouHr BBKIA Jjr in a few weeks terrific chronic case; 1 d n-V F. '7-- Solves Problem of Rheumatism LEGLESS AND ARMLESS. THE OLD BATES A Hotel HOUSE. Vl V . tutic par We art .unkH.r. t! t.. annriMCr Wm. S Hr.ick a a liit. r..r mertalrudent I'llltllC - It ..il- - .t MxIumo Count xiili t .11 1. n vet to rwirt ! . Mtotv. LliWAKHS a candidate? for Su nt ,. I'ulilic Scutmiaof Madieoo iilie t to tiic actum of the leitio--i KK JAILER Wean nitliorwMl manniHiactNOKGAN YU'K a c.iii.h.lat. Uft Jailer of Mad ua n action of Uie ..unt .r- - t tattc i Mil.'i-ittinbIH-m- 1 K AsK.S(lR I'l'l.it LAI MailhW'ii li Den-' V ar ll'llOT r It . .ito .tiii.Hiace(;EoKi.K tor Amu in nr ot u'.ii! to the 1 ilHI o! . We'l-- . 1.111 cc a .' I. i. t ! to announce W. F. lor Aunt arof Mad to tbe action of the We a-- , .ii ' Ma.lwc.l, I K iiKicr. o.l a in t.. iinnmiaor RtFU in- lor jltrnnnr af to t lie action of tbe 11 -F rheumatism as easily as fresh, nev seems now destined ti take the place of every other treat tent known for rheumatism, lumbago party goat and neuralgia. has the unique feature of pro dacina; certain symptoms which dem to the enfferer that the uric acl So Deceptive are befog wirelr eliminated. is absolutely free from opiate: Maay Richmond People Fall to or dangerous aruirs. another welcorm "eature. Furthermore, it is guarantee Roallze the Seriousness, baolotely as to results. liacfcuci,.- is no daoepUv Join C Iiriar, of Ilocheter,'X.Y. II conn - ;,:u. (roe nay: JTWI fl did vronders for m( Hmft Inxltle of SO daya I cured of I eur-yerbeumatism.'' Rev. J. J I ass ' Ki causo- aayat " 'D Muirerx, of Wanuttr, X. la a n underfill remedy. It urei una from NiU' .mi uf MBit me in a fevr Tteeka of rheumatism tie k... bad for Are yearn." Buy a bottle today and be convince Tlu. - h Dr Uom's Kidney PUls of its remarkable effects. Full espla :ri. M oflec jatioa of a unique, safe ani We ).rern: i lie Minting pawerful actien is given in every car av. f menik. Oct at your drusrist's at J 1.01 Mr I.: la tin lev. KW Georgetown St-- . a battla, If you are satisfied with it K . savs: m ic roa wiil be, get 6 bottles for JE.GO "Mr and get rid of your affliction. If you Ka.u' K.diic Viif has not dil Jraggist can not supply you. It will l :i liic Meoaj ci- - vmce I public1 aeat on receipt of price by the -I Medicine Oo S7XS Lincoln Ave.. . u tb. 11. I'.oi I suffered for a IU. The first botUs wOl cSarinct r of e:.r from kidney tiisaaae. I had wary aaSerer- 11, especia.iv hvci at )iainfc STOCKTON & SOX .. .lit- result I c u.d not rett .tlit Ii,-- ; I.k lies and dir melni were Contribute. no i ml I fe!i miwritUlc Most of til T:.f jiains in :n back and The Alumni of Central University have m kidneys often prareartod ,.UJ.' to ereoi a new gymasium oa tlie fr n I. nif uj liouarwijrk and al- - oollege eampes nod every craduale of ..ugr' tried hi! kmdi of iitiimeaUaMl tin aid osiiae has been notifled and A Triend, requested 19 ootttrilMite his mite, no no better ...iMr- - I HlKihcu. uxed lkmn't. Kidfi. y Pill with matter how snail. President Ilinnitt l'ihkJ r.unS tinally advued ne to try has saearad a promiee from wealthy ihom unn I prucuriHi a supply. Tteer oaotarn paitewtiirapioto to add one third i. .ped 11. e troni the tirU and by the to toe aaMMBt eubsoribed by the '.1, .el iigi. taken the conleatc of five aramaL Many graduates of the college tx.xe I Jts well " reside in Madtepa oounty and will aid 1 t sale by all deaterf. frllaanrtnnf jtll nTRIVfVa Price M MS aauBraavvaataJaajBHcaai aUaUUkr Fostor-Milbant Oa.. HeaTufe. Feel eaaaM, weak, ran down? HeadNew Vo'k, Bole aeintc for abe UttMtod ache? SWaok "eff"Jast a plain I MtS. Uenieoilx-- r tbe ami 0 Detm'e awd ease f hmy liver. Burdock Illood BiUeK toe en liver and stosiach, protake Ml olttnf. motes digestion, periftes the blood. h t.oinmr CUtKK We ant aattnoriaed to aaaimao LaXaeC liouae a candidate for Coantv Clerk of Madiaoa county subject to the action af h -F -F -l" ar m 31-- 1" . . ' tii-.- r 'i . Chi-eaa- v - 111 Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In H.seasea of EYE, EAR, XOSE and THROAT Qimbing. The Madhies oMiaiy'frieaus of JSTew-hw- d Whitiook will rejoice to learn of his rapid rise in the professional world. He will g to Butte. Montana soon to oidhaa. lfiv Rictmood, Ky aeeeat the posiUonofDean of Ltwohool ia the State College at a salary of $2,000 J M. Hoc... a popular of per year. This is a very great honor n Grenv.!v K buys. "We uaa when it k takes into oensideration that Oaff0 Xeaaady in oar wi he 1s just out of the Harvard law sehool. honsehold and know it it eseUet.r' He k a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Whit-loc-k For sale by Stock ton A Sea. of this couaty and was educated in If you want new siykw in low shoe the Richmond city Schools and State ir Sexton. College at Lexington. . dmkt UbMN-berlai- farmer: Hake year home as modem for your family as a city ret and place yourself in a position to get the latest, market qnotations any lime. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, wbc tou aiKi year neuchbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the 1en fi e received. Call or address owr nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' rate If at present yon are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately r.ierest you. Oar lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississippi ij isiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Mr - Rural Telephones dene- AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE Westminster Chimej CO., Incorporated TUBULAR BELL CHIME The HerscKecle HaB dock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, aad aa article of furniture for sc, office, or institution, appeals alike to Htaky, refinement, and musical taste. The correctness of time; ake solid oak or mahogany case, with classic Sacs, eesrorsas to good taste; and the melo-(hotcaSmar chimes, soundtBg the hours and quarters after fekc peak of Whittington cr WesiaBtBSter, serve as a pleasing remmder of XripassB how. Tlie fiity s give araple choice dcsii, sire, aad price, all showing arch. We are the moon's phases k tJte sales afests iWTKe Heiscbede HaS Oock mastrated catCo. ef rbk cky, aad alog h reqwest GafuWMtuL Yoa canparchase As of IWond, St&g SiJver, 3m&& Pkte, Goka d SsW Jewefey. Maatel decks, Etc theowaif our CorreapondeRce Dscwaseat at prices. . CeompmSmce sotoUMU ui stj-le- pt&xl movement assures dl l" Yet Kavanaugh Was a Daring Rider and a Famous Sportsman. I remember that wbeil Indianapolis Far and away the most Interesting jjecame a great railroad center and a member and in many ways jthe most city of enormous nropoitlons popularemarkable man who has ever sat In tion from 15,000 to 20,000, according the house of commons was the Right to the creative capacity of tho imaginaHon. Arthur Kavanaugh, who sat for tion making tbe estimate a wonderful Carlo w from 16G0 lo 1SS0 under condi- hotel was built there and called tho tions which would have been Impos- Bates House. Its splendors were tlie subject of sible for almost any other man. Kavanaugh was born without arms wondering comment throughout tho or legs be was, In fact, a mero trunk west It had washstands with decoratof a man. Antl yet he performed a ed pottery on them in all Its more exfeat from which most men with their pensive rooms so that a guest sojournfull complement of members might ing there need not go down to tho common washroom for his morning well have shrunk. Strapped on to his saddle, he was ablution and dry his hands and faco one of the most skillful and daring on a Jack towel There were combs and brushes In riders to hounds In all Ireland. On one occasion. It la said, "tbe saddle tho rooms, too, so that If ono wanted turned under him, and the horse trot- to sreooth his balr he was not obliged ted back to tbe stablo yard with his to resort to the appliances of that sort master hanging under him, bis hair that were hung by chains to the washroom, walls. sweeping tho ground, bleeding proMoreover, If a man going to tho fusely. He merely cursed the groom with emphatic volubility, bad himself Bates House for a sojourn chose to pay more safely readjusted and rode out a trifle extra ho might have a room all to himself. once more." But all theso subject! of wonderSo remarkable was the sight of this pink clad trunk perched on his big ment shrink to nothingness by com him will be promptly and horse that a child who once saw him parison when the proprietors of tho Dumas' Riot of Extravagance. carefully attended to. See Bates House printed on their breakdashing out of a wood ran shrieking Dumas' Monte Cristo villa was a to her mother, exclaiming: "Oh, mum- fast bills of fare an announcement that lordly pleasure house, tropical In its him if his services are need my, I'vo seen Satan himself! I've seen thereafter each guest's breakfast would taste and its extravagance a weird ed. bo cooked after his order for It was confusion of Bohemia and the Arabian him sure enough!" We represent iron bound Kavanaugh was also an enthusiastic given, together with an appeal for Nights. The spoils of of re yachtsman and was the first to assert patience on the part of the breakfast-er- s Algeria and Tunis lay about the house, insurance uompames a patience that tbo proprietors commingled with costly treasures of member this. the right of M. P.'s to moor their craft opposite tbe houses of parliament. He promised to reward with hot and fresh homo manufacture, In a supreme disly prepared dishes. went on a shooting expedition to Alorder, and there was every embellishThis innovation was so radical that ment which the caprices of a luxuribania and published a charming book it excited discussion hotter even than ant and undisciplined Imagination on his experiences. Illustrated with adQralunte McKlUiop V te Icatj college mirable photographs taken by himself, the Bates House breakfasts. Opinions could suggest gothlc turrets, pavilOt Chicago, i1 to the right of a hotel keeper ions, minarets, an artificial lake with differed as ftvhlle among his favorite pastimes to make his guests wait for the cook- an Island and a cascade, a picture galwere angling and tree felling. His most famous exploit, however, ing of their breakfasts. To some minds lery, a studio, an aviary, a monkey Ofllco at J. R. Azbill's Stable was his ride from Norway to India. the thing presented Itself as an In- house, a stable, a bijou theater, a kiosk Phone D Accompanied by two friends, be rode vasion of personal liberty and there with a blue celling studded with stars OflicePhone S32 Res. f Richmond, Ky fore cf the constitutional rights of the to serve as a workroom for across Russia to tbe Caspian sea, thence to Astrakhan and Astrabad citizen. Edward Eggleston's "Recol who had the .titles of his principal plays and stories graven conspicuousand through Persia, laughing at the lections." perils and fatigues of a Journey which ly on the stones of his dwelling. A FRAGRANT TRAIN. might well have daunted oven the fa"Passions of the French Romantics." SURVEYOR mous Colonel Burnaby. Kavanaugh, who was tho father of Cut Flower Limited Express a Unique Old Time Smoke Nuisance. Feature In France. four handsome sons and daughters, all We are accustomed, to think of the solicagii of thoso Us patron needing ser perfectly formed, was carried Into the Every night during , the winter smoke nuisance as a modern phenome- vices of a competent man. Address, house of commons on the back of an months a special train, popularly call- non, but Professor V. B. Lewes shows RfCIIMOXD, BNTUCKY. attendant, and was certainly one of ed the "Rapldo des Fleurs" the cut tbat it raised so much indignation in COO years ago that a decree the keenest and ablest of legislators of flower limited express of ten cars, England leaves Toulon for Paris over the line was made forbidding tbe use of bitubis time. London of tbe Paris, Lyons and Medlterraneau minous coal for fuel. Such fuel was railway, carrying cut flowers In bas- then a new thing. South Bound. CHANCES OF LIFE Ill the time of Queen Elizabeth an- No. 31. kets and cardboard boxes from al Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Figures That Indicate Your Probable stations on tbe line from Nice to Tou- other attempt to use bituminous coal and Departs 12:05 a. m. Mid-niglon to the Paris markets. Certain was defeated by public opposition to Future In Years. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De care are switched off (o Frankfort the smoke. The third effort attained Do you ever wonder how long you complete success In the nineteenth cenparts 0:30 a. m.v are going to live? Ask an actuary, the Berlin and Munich; others continue to tury, and now the quantity of smoko man who figures it all out for tbe life Brussels and others to Calais, whero belched Into the air Is so great that No. 1. Louisville to Beattyvillo perishable freight Is rushed to Arrives 12:20 p..m. Departs 12:22 Insurance companies and who can tell their markets of London and PmfMwip l!lrrns it fn n nimtl- the with almost supernatural precision. Iatlve' poison which plds In shortening! No. 37. Cincinnati to noxvllle. Ar He'll tell you that If you are 20, and rives 11:02 a. m. Depa'rtsll-Jia- ; Certain shipments reach St Peters life, killing vegetation and begrimln; m In good health, chances are 12 to 1 buildings. Youth's Co. 33. Cincinnati burg and Vienna, and tbe facilities and destroying lo Jacksonville that youH live beyond 00. For longer thus offered the flower, growers of Companion. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a, m life he'll offer these odds: To be 40, southern France are unique In tbe 5 to 1; to be 50, 3 to 1; to be GO, 1 3 No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via A Story. of Daniel Drew. transportation world. A special train to 1. But he'll say that you have less crew sorts these tens of thousands ItpwlancU Departs 1:05 p. in. When Sir Morton Peto visited this than 1 chance In 2& to be 70, less than parcels en route, the eight or ten country with a large assortment of No. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo 1 In GV4 to be SO and only 1 chance In sorters handling the baskets as care- railroad schemes In his bead he gave Arrives C:55 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m 100 to be 90. fully as the malls are handled. a grand dinner, at which old Daniel sxo. y. uiucmnatt ito jlaysvillo to Stan Suppose you are 30. Your chances The cut flower Industry of southern Drew was present When tbe comford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs run this way: To be 40, 11 to 1; to be Eranco began with the impetus first pany were In good humor Sir Morton 7:25 n. m. CO. 4 to 1; to 2 to 1; to bo 70, given by Alpbonse Karr, the ecrivaln developed his plans in detail and did North Bound 45 chances In 10; to be SO, 1 in 51; to jardinler, as be was known when be It very plausibly.' Drew listened to the No. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives be 00, 1 In 100. settled In St Raphael in the latter end and then, turning to tbe gentleOr 40 years old. Actuaries' odds are: part of the last century. and Departs 4:10 a. m. man sitting next to him, remarked, be-5To 8 to 1; to be CO. 2 to 1; Today the violets of Hycres, like the "We ain't goln' to do none o' them 'ere No. 10.- - Stanford to Cincinnati and to be 70, 5 chances out of 10; to be 80, roses and carnations of Antlbes and "things." That ended it. Maysvitfe. Arrives 0:20 a. m 1 In 5 plus; to be 00, 1 In 100. the narcissus and Roman hyacinths of Departs 0:25 a. m. Fiftyyear-oldprospects are fig- Ollloules, Le Pradet and Carquleranne. Quite a Criminal. No.-- 2. Beattyvillo to Louisville ured: To be CO, 4 to 1; to be 70, are found in the shops ot Paris scarce "I suppose there's none of us "better - Arrivcs7:2Q a. m. Deparls7:22 about V& to 1; to be SO, only 1 In 6; eighteen hours after they were grow- than we should be." to be 00, 1 In 100. ing in tbe open air on the Mediterra. "Indeed, no! I was thinking it over No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via "Say you are CO. It runs this way at nean shores. last night Why, only yesterday I was Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. that age: To be 70, 2 to 1; to be SO, 1 guilty of killing time, murdering a noxvillo-t- o No. 38; Cincinnati. Ar chance In 4; to be 90, 1 In 0(3. tunei smothering a yawn, stealing a Cuteness of Madmen. rives IjCO p. m." Departs.2:00p. m Ifyou are chances of turnIn Sir William Butler's autobiog- kiss, cutting a creditor and breaking ing the 80 year mil epos t are 3 to 8; raphy there Is an amuslnjf story about Into a perspiration' London Tit-Bit2o. 70. Stanford to Richmond." Arrives to be 00, 1 In SO. 3:i)0 p. m. six insaso soldiers who escaped while Eighty-year-ol- d men and women the corporal who had brought them on A Candid Suitor. No. 4. 'peattyville to Louisville have only lchance In 17 to stave off board tho trooper was leaving at Dur"Can you support my daughter In Arrives h55pt m. Departs 2:00 p.m the funeral until after 00. ban and who mingled with the 1,800 good style"?" you are 00 there's no hope for sane men on tbe decks. The probNo. S2. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar- If "I'll do my best, sir. I must admit yon. The actuaries have no figures. rives and Departs 5:10 p. mi lem of the voyage was lo find who however, 'that we shall "have to buy Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. were the six madmen. By the time tbe furniture upoq the Installment No's 31,' 37, 33, 27; 34, 28, 38, 32 are the boat reached Cape Town twenty-si- plan." Washington Herald. Daily trains. IsVs 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70, Field's Finishing Touch. men were officially under observa4, daily Ivxcept Sunday. Eugene Field was once visiting the tion, and not one of the 'els was among Impatience and pride have destroyed J. P. RUCKER, Aot house of Richard Henry Stoddard In them. In the end the crazed half more souls than wickedness. Mazzlnl. New Tork. During the evening a cer- dozen were Identified as thoso who tain well known physician dropped in. bad taken an especially eager part In He was a serious man and a bit pomp- the lunatic bunt ous.' The talk turned on diet "Doctor," said Stoddard. "I've heard Net His Language. that you cat two eggs nt breakfast Lord Robson, at the dinner of the every morning the year round." Glamorgan society, told the story of a "No," said the doctor emphatically, Welsh witness in a Glamorganshire "No. On the contrary." case who, having been sworn to speak "On the contrary!" cried Stoddard. tbe truth, tbe whole truth and nothing "What's the contrary of eating two but the truth, wa3 asked if-- he could eggs?" speak English or would llko an in"Laying two eggs," came In deep, terpreter. "No," he replied; "X can solemn tones from Field. speak some English, but I cannot speak tho truth, the whole truth, and Appearances. nothing but the truth." St James Millionaire (to ragged beggar) Tou Gazette. ask for alms and do not even take your hat off. Is that the proper way Good Fellowship. to beg? Beggar Pardon me, sir. A Biggs Yon should Join jur club, old policeman Is looking at us from across man. If only for the gooi fellowship tbe street If I take my hat off he'll of tho thing. MIggs I Intend to. arrest me for begging; as It Is, he nat- Brown, one of- - your members, took e Smoke curling from farmhouse my name only last . week. Hasn't he urally takes us for old friends. Blatter. said anything about it? Biggs No; .chimney as coining in from men we. don't speak to each other. Boston fields, gives pretty" suggestion of good sup-rp-er Transcript Puzzle. The We can 'understand the ease with comfortable home. But. it also Which a fool and his money are partDangers of Carelcturioca. woman, working means a hot, ed, but what puzzles us Is how the over Lion Tamer (to assistant You've" left" his cage open again. One of these fool got the money to part with. blazing fire. days some one will comti along and Cleveland Plain Dealer. wife can escape this with steel him. London Oplnloi. oUnd to Be Discovered. Perfection OilL Cook-ttove- . J Mars Like a Lever, If a man Is really reliable he doesn't A Nevj PerfecBsa keep a kitchen many degrees cooler than ny Miss Sweet My-- brother! Is wedded have (o devote muclTof his time to exother range, yet , it does all a ccal of wood range can do. k saves tvac, ploiting that virtue; you are watched to bis art Mrs. Slnnkk-Wedd- ed? labor and fuel. No wood to cut; no coal to tarry; no aehes; so soot pretty closely whether you. know It or Nonseael He's perfectly! devoted to "Wrth the isWiPerfechon 0 not Atchison Glebe, k i the berfHcoakklg device you can tt BKBftBge. " i fifid any where. . They are as sick that surfeit wltf) a llttl gla M 03 . Mk !U& 1. 2 W 3 Una. at too teach as they that starve with two etefi&tefi, Cftflyia, One Startled Indianapolis With IU Innovations. That Seamen Don't Like Them and Dodge ' Them if They Can. When sailors Join a ship almost the DENTIST first question asked by each ono as he takes tho wheel for the first time is, Lick, f'Does she kick V Grown, Bridge and Inlay work a Kicking, as It Is called by tbe seaSpecialty. men, Is due to the action of the water Office in Bank Building. under tho leo of tbe rudder when tho vessel's stem, which has for a moment been borne skyward on tho crest GREEMEAF & HERRINGT0N of a wave, falls back again Into tbe Lawyers trough with such- terrific force as to Oflice in Douglas & Simmons' new make her tremble fore and aft and perhaps wrench tho wheel from the Building on Second Street . grasp of tho steersman. , opp.' Court Ilouse Sometimes It happens that he is taken unawares and, being unable to let go In time, Is flung right over the wheel to the other side of thedeck, often receiving serious Injuries. "SomeAttobnsyat-Lay- , times a man will be pitched right RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. overboard into the sea, and a recent Mhce over htate Bank & Trust Co., op case Is known of a man who received posite uourt House, on Alain street. a blow under the chin from ono of the spokes and died a few days later from tho effects. In some of the worst types of kickers kicking straps are used regularly "Will buy or sellyour bouse, In nearly all weathers, and many sailfarm town lots or any thing ors refuse to go to sea In ships which are known to be confirmed kickers. else in tlie Keal instate line. London Any business intrusted to H. 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