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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. 191 1 i Section 1 37th YEAR NUMBER ATTORNEY S it- 49 WALL PAPER SOMETHING. NEW! Now is the time to put your house in order for the coming season. Doxyou want a change from the regulation things you have seen for years ? We are tired of them and we think you must be. We have been looking for something different and better, and Come in and we have found them. see these new things You will be as pleased as we are fc What The Initiative and Referendum Really Is. The Great Democratic Measure That the Whole Country is Clamoring To Be A. Law. Colorado's Governor Tells About It. leges, or the defeat of popular measures in his vote. Tho great corporate interests will not spend money in ,endoavor- ing to get legislators, or members of councils to vote against measure's desired by the , people, when they know that the people can, at their own initiative; present for passago before the voters of the city or Stato tho same measures. The only effort of such interests thon will be in tho attempt to bribe the peoplo and it will be found that it is impossible to corrupt the majority of an entire city or State. Even if this could bo dono they would find that it would bo too expensive, and consequently, would not be undertaken. Under the. initiative tho appeal in behalf of measures must be to the reason and not to solfish motives, and hence is a great educator of the people. Experience demonstrates that the electors do vote on measures submitted, and that they vote intelligently upon the same. For instanco, in the State of Oregon the vote 1901 upon the direct primary law, with direct selection of "United States Senators received 5 votes in its favor to 10,351 votes in the opposition; upon the local law in ,hat State, 43,310 votes against the measure. In 1003, in the same slate, the recall power on public officials was adopted by a vote of 58,351 to 31,002, and the corrupt practices act, governing elections at the same time was adopted by a vote of 54,012 to 31,301. When it: was considered that the total vote' in the State of Oregon in 1904 was 85,595 and in 1903, 110.590 it can be readily seen that great interest is takda by the people in the measures submitted by the initiative law. The submission of measures by the initiative law is simply the exercise of a well recognized principal of parlia mentary law. Any member ol a liberative body has the right to riso and make a motion, the chairman will recognize the motion if a second or such numbers of seconds as may be required by the s, can be obtain ed. Then the motion is submitted to vote of the members. The motionaand its seconds, are- - in really theipcitition, with the requisite number of supporters under tho initiative law, and under the same parliamentary principles the petition, or motion is then submitted to There can bo nothing the voters. radical in invoking in behalf of tho people the same principles of parlimen-tar- y law that has governed all deliberative bodies for centuries. The referendum is a measure of which the people may annul laws by legislative bodies. It pro- 50,-20- OH.POLLARD W FOR STATE OFFK JKSTERN THIRD OF KENTUCKY COMPRISING 3 ( J THE 1W COUNTIES. HE "WAS BORN KND HlAHED TN HRNDY -- lt IKSW Of WiEKTHSTT COUNTY. CAJJMDME FOR iXJHttiKlTLi m J - FUTURE POLITICAL CAMBZZ. BATTLE GROUND OF i -- J Advertised Letters. Miss Bila Afesey, Alike AMtocsoa. Mr Everett Breoks, Lovillfe CW, Miss Ansa CkesaMlt, Mr. J. B Fox, Ur Austin. Gfesea, Mr. Leaoanl Gibson. Miss Sttsie Hawkiag, Mr. W. K. Harris. Mr. Lea Me Harris, Mr. Horace MissMattte JepHn, Mr. TWmi K.llv. W.S. KartMM & Sea. Mr. Mai ram Luasford. Mr. J, B. Ljaea, Mr. W. F. Muntas, Mrs. PriMaand. Polk Miller Drug Co.. Miss Saete Powell. Miss Lafa. Rb&hs, Mr. BbmI Tkomiv Mr. T. Jases Taraer. C. WaBaaa. P. X. ATTORNEY vvritKb RISEN ANU Bfctr DEMOCRAT vwt1 Tun inc. nroiiMfviJi THIS EASTERN KENTUC"! VYJL.L. T m lUlWf KANiVp A OF VRS NATIVE COUNTY, MIGRATED TO THE LIVED AMD HftS SiEADlUY ill: nfS W PPOFES S ION . HE HrYS PORfEWRS rS. UL UVWYfcK IN THAT 5ECT1CN MOUNTMI w KEN1 LUCKY "V Utctpai V ijl A LEADER OF THE MMkrrvTiirprrrviT X""" ft' J rm iQr. 7 Hii. ntnHi ADD THOUSANDS OF VC TTE TO THE . A TICKET! ,rtraA Se TY 9 I wiM .a Teaaaea Wareaaate. Bctef TI i. eikhsc- ueaiaerag. - TT...A Ir - 'i i delivery. The current number ot tbo National Monthly contains an interesting and instructive article by Governor John F. Shafroth, of Colorado, on tbo "Initiative and Referendum," which will give to tho readers of the Climax a clear conception of the actual working of this 213 West Main Street. progressive democratic measure that has proved highly satisfactory in a number of the western states. Wafl Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Glass, Pictures, The article of Governor Shaforth is as Frames and Mirrors. follows: The two most important measures that bave been d.ovised by men to compel true representative government in States and cities, are tho initiative The principal and referendum laws. upon which they are foundcid are those which in expressions in the declaration of Independence in the statement that the just powers of government are decided from the consent of Nearly all women suffer timps fmm fomnio ' ar v A.vAACfcAW the governed. ailments, oome women suffer ronr wiM-- nnd The initiative law is that which more constantly than othprs.' T?nf tvWIi JWU UU F j W vrfwa.wA. gives to tho people the right by pe little pam or whether you suffer intensely, you tition to compel the submission of should take "Wine of Cardui and get relief. proposed ordinances' and laws to the voters of the city or state, and makes Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, them effective by a majority vote- prepared scientifically from harmless VPOrpfoMa in. Tho law in Colorado .provides that citi- eredients. acts easilv VXl-i- uj . IfcUVt. tens to the number of eight per cent, a a UJ3 1 J J1 rraTmrt 5xvca owxcugtu ujiu vone to tne wnoie system. of the vote cast at the last preceding general election may sign and file in the office of the secretary of State four months before a general election, a petition for the passage of any law, setting forth in full such proposed law. Thereupon the Secretary of State shall publish the proposed Jaw, with notice that question of its adoption will be subJ3 mitted at the next general election to the voters, who shall by a short designaMrs. Tema Wallar" j nf R a J 1 ... tion printed on the ballot, vote for or uuc nmct; Lardui has done more for mp than T mti rtorriKo Tct against the same. t was taken vnth female inflammation anil vmimHv1 n Wf If the law is approved by a majority no avail. SO took Cardni.j and inside nf frtrpo r?nva T mo uure w J oWU -- of the votes cast, the measure becomes uu ""J 1 my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. a law of the state. As it is laborious and expensive to procure the sigitaturo AT ALL DRUG- - STORES of the requisite number of voters to the petition, the legislature is always appealed to first to enact the measure. Under 'our own form oIiGovernment all laws are supposed to represent the Then by what will of the majority. line of reasoning can people object to the will of that majority! being expressed directly by the people who constitute Mr Farmer: Make yonr home as modem for your family as a city that majority? c'er.c and place yourself in a position to Ret the latest market quotations True representative government does a y time. Tbis can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, whc ra and year neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben not exist at the present time. : ts received. Can or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters The corrective of retiring legislators ! a bvilie. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediate'? from office at the next general election lerestyon. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, MissiEEipp? is too remote to be effective). The law msiaiia and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. of the initiative removes the temptation of the legislator to vote against the will of the people, because it removes the -- AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated interest of those seeking ipecial privi WILLGING Woman's Friend at I " LT b 17 UKLU. III I A I t tTW f9 Sy " .T m I I X IV DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE ONE LONE meat. nuMct Pbeae 135. Baraam's Insurance Aceaev. Dea't Saapose yoar aroaMtv jaaaU wak. burn toaisht. See as. Pttoae 797 t f Caitoa's A Guarantee-T- o WIST OP THIS BIACK LINE vldcs that upon Um petition of citizens to tho number of five per cent of those who voted at the last preceding general election any Jaw, or ordinance, enacted nfay be suspended in its opera tion until tho poople, of the state or city shall decide by a vote upon whether the samo shall bo annulled. The petition to refer the law or ordinance to the poople must bo filed within thirty days after the enactment' thereof with the secretary of stale in the one case or with the city clerk in the other. Often we find that a legislator or ,a city council has passed a measure which is outrageous 'in its provisions, and a gross injustice to the people. When such action .occurs, people de nounce it, cry out against the shame, and sometimes threaten with the hal ter tho men who are guilty of the betrayal of tho public trust, but this can do no good Under, the present sys- tern, Tbo law still remains; the summary esecution of the guilty parties would bo criminal acts themselves and should not be tolerated, but the guilty parties fi.ro permitted to remain in ofllco, wielding such power as they may pps$ess by virtue of their posi tion, inllicting the .votes to maintain them or their party fn ofllco. By the time the next general election is held many other issues have grown up and it becomes almost impossible to contract tho odium of tho passage of such putrageous measures upon tho candid-date- s responsible therefor. Tho sanctity of this vote', of the. majority of the people can upon- the approval- - of rejection of a jogislatifre act is always satisfactory vfhen the election is fair. The principal of the , referendum is not radical. In evcry-stat- e in the union for eenturynCh'as'tfeeh the "practice to refer many questions to the people. Tho question of the adoption of amend ments to the constitution; the local option law, tho issuance of bonded indebtedness; and many local issues have been submitted to the people of a state or locality with most gratifying - DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES EAT UF v It CARDUI kf The Woman's Tonic I t Rural Telephones edy. D. D. D., reaches cases of Eczema and permanently cures them Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kas. 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The bill pro vides that the Director ot the Census shall proceed to collect complete statis tics, showing the amount of tho tobac co now owned or held by persons oth er than the orignal growers. The and dealers will be manufacturers required under this legislature to give full and accurate information, of the tobacco they havo on hand. Anybody who refuses to give the information is to be punished for the first offense with a fine of $300 to $1,000. For the second offence he is to be sent to jail for from thirty days to six months. i I You'll Be More Than Well Pleased with our moving pictures and refined vaudeville entertainment. The best pictures, the cleverest performers make up the programme, "which is changed every day. m H6wsThis?f Our Moving Pictures And Refined Vaudeville are always fit to be seen by women No objectionable and children. features are permitted. - s SALE MILL END and GREEN TAG E. V a The Ladies World, Pictorial Review. 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This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest Our stock merchandise event of the year. large or more varied than-i- t is was never so this year. Our entire stock oi plf H ill 11 IP H jif Ji i !i I In est and best lines at a big saving in cash BIG REDUCTIONS the every Department. 5ale lasts two weeks only. Showing 5tore closed Friday, May 26, to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain 5ale. You can't afford to miss it :::::: lO MAY 2T TO JUNE This i new- ' "I Dry Goods, Clothing, ,5hoes, Slippers, 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 sales 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- - Men, here is your opportunity bargains here to fairly diimfound competiton. AH sparkling with crisp newness, all the most wanted "fixings " A chance to more than double the ordinary purchasing power of your almighty dollar to make the most of this opportunity come early before stocks are broken. Read every line 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. 5ale starts Saturday morning The most dazzling, most daring sales movement the world has ever, known. Abounding in Spectacular Features, its Mighty Saturday, .May 37; -- ;ins 'HsW. JaBHaBaBaBaBabJaBsBaBB Economies wiii never be equalled again by any retail institution in Richmond. A sale of Boundless Benefits for the intelligent discriminating buyer of home and personal mods 5 MigBty anlOrigiiial Mill End and Green .. TaSale ; - begins Saturday, May 27, and Lasts 2 - eks - The Busy 13 Cash Store Sale Begins Saturday, May We will give coupons celebrated GREAT LOOM END AND Sale Begins Saturday, Closes Saturday, June 10 th 27 May 27 at 8 a.'m. and closes June 10, at JO p. m. all dur- pay your railroad iare both ways, from Irvine, Beat-tyvill- e, Ford, Valley View'and Berea for all those purchasing $25 or more during this sale "We will ing the sale on onemiore of the "The Free" Sewing Machines, which will be given away Saturday, June Every I Oth, 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, the best machine on the market. Retail price $35 The greatest variety End Sale of needs may be supplied at wonderfully little cost at this great Loom Possibilities for money saving were never before so many and so tempting don't miss it This is our greatest attempt at sale giving 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. sold very little, many of them cancelling orders placed with manufacturers, and manufacturers were forced to sell at a loss. This was true especially in women's apparel and dry goods of vari The public had no need for spring and summer goods, consequently retailers ous kinds. We took advantage 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 I 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 article 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 MEET ME AT OLDHAM'S GREAT LOOM END SALE Loom End Bargains One lot of good quality Safety Pins, worth 5 cents; Loom End Sale price .. One lot Men's Neckwear in all the new shapes and colors regular 25c values . 500 Ladies' and Children's Patent Leather, Persian and JOc 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 new 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 seam and Scrivner's make, worth up to 75c pair; our price One lot men's Laundered Shirts, no seconds, all new stuff right out of stock, all sizes and colors, worth up to 75c each; Loom End price One lot E. & W. Fine Shirts in all sizes, worth up to $1.50 each; sale price 200 yards of English Long Cloth in lengths from 2 to 5 yards regular price 12 sale price.... 200 yards of English Long Cloth in lengths from 2 to 5 yards, woith up to 20c yard; sale price . 300 yards fine Nainsook in lengths from 2 to 8 yards, worth up to 20c yard: sale price 500 yards best French Gingham, in lengths from 2 to 10 yds regular price 12 per yard; sale price One lot men's Work Shirts, the best make, best material, extra full, extra length, solid colors and stripes, worth COc One lot of children's Gingham Dresses in solid colors, nicely mado and trimmed, sizes 2 to 14 years, regular 75c values One lot boys' and girls' Rompers, just the thing fo play, in sizes from 2 to 8 years; sale price .. . One lot ladies'-HousDresses in shepherd checks, navy, China blue, grays, black and white, figures and stripes, regular price SI. 50 QRs each; our Loom End price One lot light ground figured Madras Cloth, satin stripe, just the thing O for shirts, waists or dresses, regular 15c per yard; Loom End price . . Deep cuts in Lace Curtains and Draperies in bur Lace Curtain De- -. partment just when you need them. We b'ave planned to save you money. &&&&&&&&& 2c 15c c Boys' Clothing Bargains In our Boys' Clothing Depart partm ent you will find prices cut so low as to almost seem impossible. We have the best and most up to date line of Boys' Clothing in Richmond and prices have been cut on them 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 and! buy them for 2 price and in lots, of cases for 45c 39c 39c 78c 8c 10c 10c 8c o Less Than Half Price in s o in o - Carpets and Rugs We have made deep cuts in our Carpet and Rug Department. You must not fail to get our prices on Girpats and Rus. Wj offer fo set sale 0x12 seamless bDly s Rugs 916.50 values, sale price B.-u- l-- 43c 44c 39c l C a a Muslin Underwear Bargain's. One lot of Children's Muslin Pants, in sizes from 2 to 14 years nicely maderuffled and tucked, worth up to 25c pair; our price 300 nice Corset Covers, trimmed with lace, embroidery, etc, worth up to 50c each; our price 250 pair Ladies' Muslin Drawers, plain tucked, lace and em- ... broidery trimmed, worth up to 50c per pair; our price 250 pair extra fine and vcrv elaborately trimmed Muslin Pants I worth up to SI per pair, our prico . . 200 good Muslin Gowns, plain tucked and trimmed, worth up to 05c each; our prico. .ij . . . mj About 500 Ladies' Muslin Gowns, very beautifully trimmed, e nice fine material, worth up to $1.50 each; . One lot Ladies' Embroidered Shirt Waists, new styles, low neck, worth up (o $1 each; our prico -our-pric- $1050 JOc 0x12 Axminster Rugs in beaut! 'TTTBAOOOTy ful-ne- patterns. Regular $22.50 Ot in CJj Petticoat Bargains We IwBgbt frew a large silk petticoat manufacturer 250 silk petti- l Weak awl eelers especially for this sale. We cleaned up the lot at such a Jw price tint we are able to offer regular $5 values during this sale at 309 wMle Skirts in stripes and solid colors, worth up to ' ; Sale prie CO 23c. 23c 45c 39c 79c Ederheimer, Stein MAKERS Co. values' for $15.75 Wash Suits and' Skirts We are offering a big lot of Wash Suits and Skirts in our Suit Department at Less Than Half Price. You will see the Red Loom End 'Tags get your size before they are gone. Our entire lot xt fine tailor-mad- e Suits. and Skirts for ladies have been greatly-reducfor this sale. Don't fail to visit theSuit Parlor and see the new things at low prices. ed 49c A Flyer in Our Entire Stock of , 44c -- Mask Petticoats, steely made and ruffledrvorth up.to 75c eaefa; sale priee 100 39c 79c 98c AH Maek PoUioeats, fully mercerized, embroidered ruffles elegantly made, worth up to 81.50, Loem End price 100 HATS ft" stock is new and fresh. Shirt Waists V3 Wo bought especiall for this sale 500 Ladies' White Shirt Waists, high and low necks, long and short sleeves, elaborately trimmed, worth AQ Tr7C up to $1.25 each; Loom End price for choice .. 100 full sizcMarsailles Bed Spreads, regular $1.50 value, bought QO OC especially for this sale; our prico . Good Brown Cotton, full 30 inches wide, regular 7 1 2c valuo sold off bolt durinjj sale at Something doing every hour' o the day. The Sale of all Safes. - DonVMissIt One lat ladies' Shirt Waists, about 225, in white embroidered, shepherd checks, solid blu black and white and silver grays, worth up to 75c, our Loom End price 3DC One ioVragufcir $8 valeo Ueatherbloom Skirts will be sold Have been Reduced for This Sale Come and get your selection before they are gone during this sale at "One lot men's Linen Collars, manufacturers seconds, all sizes and kinds regu- lar 2 for 25c sellers; our price OC ly c This is the event you have been looking for. The sale that draws people for J 00 miles around the finest Hawcs Hats in felt, derbies, Panamas, straws etc. The .'. 5c 500 yards Curtain Swiss, 30 Inches wide, in beautiful dots and stripes, regular price 15c per yurd, choice of patterns for UC- - BUST Bvv CASE STORE MAIN ST . " IS . RICHMOND KY ft, fViiiiB Section 2 RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1911 Section 2 37th YEAR NUMBER 50 Kentucky Makes Heme Baking Easy A Violation. It is not generally known ' Seems 5o. It now looks as if Hon. L. - L. R. BLANTON Wholesale and Retail Will Have Her Assesment Increased $30,000 Over Last Year. B' Est' IB Coal, JEeed,, Salt,, Sand, Lime, . Cement And All Kinds of Plaster Materials Old Dominion Portland Cement Cor. Main and B. Streets TELEPHONE 85 N. V. The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint to the wise is sufficent lias now passed on tbo assessment of each county in the state, and it is practically certain that the equalized valuo of the property in Kontucky this year will be $310,000,000. which is an increase of $00,000 000 over the assesed value, which was SSmOOO.OOO. Much of the increase this year came from the rural districts, as the action of the board in raising the increase Of Jefferson Coun ty materially reduced the equalized valuo as a whole. The assessments passed upon finally is: Assessment of counties accepted as reported by Supervisor Adair, Allen, Barrent, Boyle, Breathitt Breckinridge, Bullitt. Casey, Carter, Christian, Clark, Clny, Edmonson Elliott, Fayett.Floyd, Garrett, Greenup, Jackson, Jefferson. Jessamine, Johnson, Knott, Laurol, Lee, Leslie, Lincoln, Logan, Madison, Martin. McLean, Monofee, Mercer, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Nelson, Oldham, Rockcastle, Rowan, Russoll, Shelby, Taylor, Trimble, Washington, Wolfe, and woodford. Counties increased 5 per cent: Boone, Boyd, Butler, Clinton, Crittenden, Fulton, Grayson, Green, Hancock, Hart, Larue, Lawrence, Livingston, Lyon, Marion, McCracken, Metcalfe, Owsley, Powell, Scott, Simpson and Wayne. Counties increased 10 percent: Ander son, Bell, Bourbon, Comberland, Gallatin, Knox, Marshall, Meade, Ohio, Owen Perry, Spencer, Todd, Trigg, Union, Warren, Webster, Whitley. Counties increased 15 per cent: Ballard, Bath, Bracken, Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Magoffin. County increased 25 per cent: Letcher, miscellaneous incrascs of assessment: Caldwell, 20 per cent, farm land and personalty. Calloway, 5 per cent farm lands and personalty and 10 town lots; Gampboll, 5 per cent, farm lands and personally and 10 town lots; Carlisle, 10 per cent, farm lands and personalty and 15 town lots; Carroll, 10 pe- - cent, farm lands and personalty and five town lots; Daviess, 5 per cent, farm lands and The Slate Beard of Equalization 1 nt POWDER 4 B. Ilerrlngthat accord ton will have no opposition for the ing to tho Kentucky Statues it is a heavy fine to catch for the purpose of plaoing Democratic nomination for legislature, in a cage, a mocking bird, or red bird as the few who would have opposed Many people have these woodland him, havo about concluded that no betsongsters in cages about the house, and ter man could be selected for the place. are not aware that the new laws of tho His record in the last General assembly stato forbid such being a captive. The Is to well know for discussion. He is a statue, which is section 1940 reads as strong man with all kinds of force when follows. "No person shall at any time he is seeking legislation for his It is the opinion of nine catch, kill or pursue with such intent. or havo in possesion after same has been tenths of the voters that he should be y caught or killed any thrush, mocking returned. bird, meadow lark, flinch, martin, swal Lost Dog. low. Woodpecker, flicker, oriole, rod Col. Harris Crook o lost one of his fine bird, tangar, catbird, bluebird or other old fox dogs, Red Molly, last week. song or insectivorous bird." She was the mother of many fine dogs Thero is a movo throughout the state and enjoyed the chase until sho was too to stop tho capture as well as killing of old to get around. One of her pups is consti-luant- s. THE STEARNS & ( LOOK AND iNG mi, IMPORTANT TO KNOW MATTRESS VINE ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) WH FOSTER At S:7NS1 D EYOlilb on? SHOWS YOU HAVE TO these birds. Tho only baking powder Absolutely Pure Groans of Tartar ntado from Royal Grape hVMM now owned by a fancier in Birmingham, Ala., who was here several days ago on Sacks furnished for your ' wool. Get a visit to Col. Woods Walker in Garthem at Douglas, Deatherage & Sim rard county, and he has refused a big mons, Elmer Deatherage. 4t price for him. 6umNxwm!JLmw2 ItL ILtJIUb l-l- REAbtriWOpiS TmU:GHM!UCD0PMM6m BUTfBEBRMS whatSinsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL &COMFQRTABLE, l-- l-U On The Program. Normal school teachers, and two from Berea College will be prominent on the program of Institute Instructors, y who are meeting in Frankfort and tomorow to discuss matters of interest to the schools. Prof. McDougle will speak on, "The ideal Institute, What is it?": Prof. Sharon will speak on "What ai tention should bo given to the Stato Course of Study?". Miss Leila Patridge will also speak from the same subject as Prof, McDougle. Prof. C. D. Lewis, of Berea will Address the meeting on "What part should Uie County Teachers take in the Institute?" Prof. Dinsmore, of Berea .will talk on the new proposition of "Consolidation Transportation aud Supervision'.' to-da- New Man. Mr. John Lyon, of Dayton, Ohio, has arrived to take charge of the undertaking department at the store of Bennett & Higgins. He succeeds Mr. Ralph Smith, who returned to HO LIME PHOSPHATE I mm l ilWPMPM N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First I How can the baby grow strong if the nursing mother is pale and delicate? Scott's Emulsion makes the mother strong and well; increases and enriches the baby's food. RICHMOND personalty and 10 town lots; Estill, 5 per cent, farm lands and personalty; Fleming, 5 per cont, farm lands and personalty; Franklin, 5 per cent, town lots; Graves, 5 percent, farm lands and personalty;'IIardin, 15 per cent, farm lauds and personalty and 10 town lots; Harrison, 15 per cent, farm lands and personalty and 10 town lots: Harlan, 10 per cent, farm lands and personalty; Henry, 25 per cont, farm lands and per sonalty and 10 town lots; Konton, JO per cent, town lots; Lewis, 5 per cent, farm lands and personalty and 10 town loW. Mason, 10 per cent, farm lands and personalty; Muhlenberg, 15 per cent, farm la'nns and personalty and 10 town Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone lots; Nicholas, 15 per cont, farm lands and livo stock insurance. tf and peisonalty; Pendleton, 10 per cent, farm lands and personalty and five town Too Many. lots; Pulaski, 20 per cent, farm Jands Worthless ilog's are the basis for a and personally and 10 town lots; Robertgreat deal of alarm among the towns of son, 10 per cent, farm lands and Central Kentucky, as so many havo gone personalty. made of late and people have barely Feel lanquid. weak, run down? Head escaped being bitten. It is actually a ache? Stomach ''off" Just a plain menace to the lives of the people. If case of lazy liver. Burdock, Blood liitters tones liver ana stomach, pro an owner does not care enough for lis motes digestion, purines the blood. dog to pay tho tax, tho animal should be promptly killed. Hot weather is Pleased Them. the most dangerous for rabid dogs and Miss Ethel Church, who demonstrated hurdreds of worthless curs are now hero last week under the direction of rnnning the streets of Richmond. The the Water & Light Co., the great saving police should get busy and rid the town these, if there isanordiance to uphold in using gas lor cooking, aelighteu n of great number of the ladies of Rich- them. mond with her choice dishes, prepared Repairing. and served, and her many valuable reMrs. S. B. Hume is having the second cipes. The demonstrations were held iloor of her building at the corner of in the Masonic Templo. Main and second, remodeled. I Now is the time to get rid of your is one of the oldest buildings in the city. 's You will find rheumatism. Tho Lower floor is now occupied by J. Liniment wonderfully efiectivo. you of its S. Stanifer, the Gents furnisher. One application will convince Highest cash prico for wool Got morits. Try it. For sale by Stockton tf. Bros. & Son. Cham-borlaln- f Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; Jy Mt because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in thea. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattro ott of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. S.tearns &. Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted mto of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, gasdtag Maiiy tkttc feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to f tkctr original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juA the proper teMt'o. m 1mm-dreds one-six- tk as to tion. be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect of relaxa- Made in the beft qualities EXTRA CHARGE. Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Fosler you get the best Mattres vak otfered. Come in today and ask tb see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly skow them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. Spring Styles in Ready-t- o Wear Goods. Call and take a look. -- Latest A Stearns & Fofter is a very Comfortable and Economical MaMress lo bay. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specially KABO CORSETS SffSftE." n. , W. S O. R. MrsJ,M, Barlow -- O. L ri r t vi n t n u -- r -- n T--i ti n, n v m . I I sH We Sell May Manton I I Patterns 10c Each AmU Hustling Cash Store We Sell May Manton Patterns JOc Each BH,B1BBB" Here Is Foot Comfort! IT'S EASY for Ladies we have ever shown ot Have You Bought That Spring Suit? ONEY Wood 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 $IQ and $15, values in Men's and Young Mens Suits Worried feet cause half the ills and discomforts that harass the men and women of our age. Complete assortment of Spring goods in all lines, including the greatest line of & . TheSchoD'Toot-Eazer- " is a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives them strength to carry the weight of the body at the foot arch. . It does away with all nervous and muscular strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-fowith its painful consequences. walking or itandinff aheoluteV comfortMikes able, keeps hoes in shape and gives the instep a graceful arch. Is made B The Scholl " - I01 two ucrnian Surer Sprincs. leath. er covered, ana is spnnirr. flexible to all xeet and andtan be easily slipped into any snoe. Therdo not needtacldnsor pasting but are easily cnansed from on pair to another. If you have any foot trouble whatsoever the Scholl will give you instant relief " as well as rest and comfort. ( Allslzes for men and women. L00 per pair. We ere headquarters for foot comfort and the Scholl is one of the principal means of conveying it to you. Let m prove it. i "Foot-Enerj Toot-EaxerFoot-Eaze- Elite Skirts and Waists 5r & & -- .. i . were-neve- r We want your money and you want all it will buy in exchnge.efor so well prepared to give you values as now i it We Corner First H a m i It om & Respectfully mm. Richmond, Kentucky Main It ' Mrs. F. a. Goosmsn his been sick forlftgnonstid etc tied with ljugo bows of greert m&staline. The ''lout ensemble" several days. g Farm News I 1 Miss Marguerite White 1ms returned was a lovely picture and was made more a I ; attractive by the sweet music of the fromastayatCrabOraliard. newts of laitrcat ta The Far- Vic'trola guided by Misses Julia Hig-giMiss Boss Liddcl!,- - of Paovillc, is horo tr, tfcc Crawer mm the and Elizabeth Burnam. the guest of Miss Tllllo Douglas. Distances In Alaska. , will be a paradise assured if "Mrs, Mattie Burris, ot Oklahoma City, "Iia curious the Idea some people Miss SalHo. Wagers has returned from spent several days with Miss Ann warmed by HOT WATER. Alaska," said have about distances in a visit to Frankfort, fad. The Breeders Gazatte says:' A few Mrs. Burris wll be remem- H. il. Thomas, back from a recent trip A uniform, Mr.s Thomas H. Collins continues bered by middle aged and older people to the territory. "They are apt to weeks ago many Tennessee and Ken healthful temquite ill at the Good Samaritan hospital, as the daughter of Prof, and Mrs. A. B. speak of getting from one placer to tucky lambs growers w.ere making it is isi,. - . . Lexington. perature Is proJones who had charge of Madison In- another as if Jt were a matter of a few strenious efforts to contract their crop Miss Ollie Baldwin has been in JStnn-- l stitute in tho early 70's. At that time hours instead of weeks. A man was for Juno 1 delivery at the Ohio River duced and at fori theguest of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Burris was a young girl. She af- speaking to me last night of running on a 0 cent basis, but found few takers large saving in up 'from Seattle to Fairbanks. Tasked as speculators were afraid af tho game Shanks. terward married and located with her fuel him bow long be thought It would taice and killers made no secret of their in Mrs. Carl Grant, of "Winchester, has husband in Oklahoma, where she still him, and he said about two days. You Cannot Bear tention to put Louisville on a 5 Ideal BoHsrs isd A returned homo after a visit to Mrs. has extensive mining interests. She has The fact Is that it takes from four Ausmcas Rad&srs U developed into a strong woman, a strong to iour and a half days to get by basis curing the big run. Last week Your Walls Bessie Chenault. tho fiirst Tennessee lambs reached to look dingy and dull while all the Mrs. Mary E. Gaine-- and her grand- character in e very way. Her father and steamer from Seattle to Skagway and rest of the house is new and bright are spending their old age quiet- then a day over the railway to White Louisville and brouhgt Sti.50 & 0.75. This daughter, Miss Kqtherino Jasper, have mother ly at their home in Liberty, Mo. with Its spring renovating. Don t Hoise, and then you have sixteen or week the second contingent showed up , returned from a visit to Louisville. of try to put up with the old paper. Tho Winchester News has the fol- eighteen days of pack travel ahead is and earned $7.25 and $7.35, while St Miss Anne Bennett. Cohen who has you still. Idltarod, where the rush Louis, which must want them badely, been attending Randolph Macon college, lowing item of interest here: "Mrs. going on when spring opens, Is still paid $7.75. Improved market condit You Can Repaper in Virginia, will return this week for Laura Haggard announces the engage- 1.0CO miles beyond Fairbanks, and that ions have Infused growers with .new Your Walls ment of her daughter, Miss Nancy May, distance will take from twenty to the summer vacation. hope A month ago many of them with the prettiest and most stylish to Mr. Arthur Reod Juott, of Richmond. twenty-fiv-e days to cover. Old Diaz has at last been dethroned Gaines Jasper, son of Dr and Mrs. avowed an intention to cash ews and papers at a very moderatacostlf you bo solemnized at the The marriage will "As I came away from Seward 'two and the Mexican Government will be- n. C. Jasper, w.as the host last Saturselect thqm from our samples. to Richmond. home of tho bride's grandfather, Mr. T. men arrived there from that country, Iambs together and quit breeding; now gin to rise from its ashes and push on day evening at an informal reception Como see them and we'll'prove It. Jeff De Laney near Pilot View, at 3 having come through tho Rainy Hol they have changed their minds. The to a greater country. Where the cries complimentary to a few friends. O'Clock on tho afternoon of June 7th. low district, bringing $80,000 worth of southern lamb crop Is heavy, however, of the great common people are met Miss Martha White, of P r i c e' s Miss Haggard is one of the lovliest and metal with them on sledges. They had and if crowded into Louisville after tho .white colors with jeers from high officials and those Hospital, Philadelphia, is spending a charming of Winchester's young been forty days on the route. There fashion of recent (years a bad Juno at the head of governments, the country vacation of a month with her parents, most and has friends all over robbed, break will be more than probable. By Wall Paper and Paints ladies the coun- was no danger of their being is sure to fall, So it is with Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Jkutus White on the ty and elsewhere who extend the because anybody who had attempted distributing the crop between Louisville, Phone 419 20S East Main Muslin Diaz was not a true friend to this Barnes mill road. able to get out Buffalo, St. Louis and Chicago growers heartiest and best wishes. The groom It would not have been RICHMOND, KY New could secure much country undetected." country, for he catered to the wealth of better results. Manager Baxter, of Richmond opera lo-b- e is a popular young business man of the Protect thefamily health! York Sun. the United States and extended to her house, had the honor of beinsr chosen ot Richmond and is in every way worOur Oar Quality Best great moneyed .interests favors which Make your home cozy! Lehigh Portland Cement at W. W .Vice President of the new organization thy of the attractive bride he has won." Several Madison county peoplo atFa Landmarks. were unbecoming to a man with so " 41tf Broaddus & Co. is a son of Mr. B. Juett'and Free the living rooms of Theatrical Managers of Kentucky Mr. Juott In olct Santa Fe, the capital of New tended the sale of fine short horn cattlo much power and trust. In doing this, is associated' with his father in business Muxico, the oldest seat of civil and re- at Elmndorf, the palatial home of J. B. All the big towns are in the circuit. from ashes and soot! he injured this country as well as his Fine country hams just received at ligious government on American solL Haggin, near Lexington, last Thursday. Mrs. W. it. Shackelford was tho hos- here. His friends offer congratulations, Avoid doctor's bills! own. Culton's. tf buildings Forty-fou-r blue blooded animals passed tess last Thursday afternoon at the and well wishes" for a long and happy there exist many remains of Let us tsll you about or modem erected by the old Spanish conquerors through the ring for a total ot 811,720, Weathek statistics show that Louis regular meeting of the married Ladies life. Burnam's Insuranco Agency for Fire of the country. One of these, the or an average of $270. The sale was HOT WATER AND STEAM ville was the hottest city in the country Bridge Club. The trophy was , awarded Insurance. 43tf Adobe nalace. has been used as the SYSTEMS. conducted by Auctioneers George P. on Friday last. The thermometer regis- Mrs. Waller Bennett and a delightful "executive" mansion since the first 92 at noon. We are a little sur- luncheon was served. Bellows, Maryville, Mo., Carey M. tered IDEAL BoBars ud governor and captain general, Juan de DEFIED THE COMMODORE. AMERICAN Riatois. prised at this. We thought she had Otermln, occupied It in 1080, while Jones, of Chicago, and Fred Reppert, Mesdames K. E. Turley and Bessie shipped all of her "hot air" to eastern Chenault, will attend the commencethe cathedral, built in l761,xIs rapidly of Ohio, and was attended by represenPinkham Was Insubordinate, cut He crumbling away and will soon be re- tative breeders from practically every Kentucky on the "Boosters" train. ment exercises of Campbell-Hagerma- n Saved Vessel and Crew. But then we forgot, the ''Booster's this week, when their niece Miss placed by a modern stone building. State in the Union. Reuben Pinkham, a native of Nan- Another Interesting ecclesiastical edi The best price of the day was paid for train did get back to Louisville Thurs- Toramie Cole Covington will be a memState stands in such sore need, if every BSaBLSSLSsaSSS tucket, made his, first trip as third lieu- flee is the Church of San Miguel, erect tho House- heifer Lady Margaret, Democratic newspaper in Kentucky day night, so that accounts for it. ber of the graduating class. tenant on the ship Potomac, which ed in the sixteenth century, but de who was knocked down to George Sears, Hold will demand and secure from the Demo& Richmond Ollie James has passed up Madison John Foster, son of Mrs Lizzie Foster, crossed the north Pacific, a region lit- stroyed during the Pueblo revolution cratic candidate in its legislative dis county it seems. He spoke in Stanford, of East Main St., was graduated from tle known to naval vessels In the early of 1680 and rebuilt In 1710. Close to of McHenry, 111., for $725. The next Editor Sieve K. Yaught trict a pledge as to the way in which Nicholasville and Danville. Senator the mechanical department of the State thirties. Pinkham had been on sev this structure stands a house general best pneo was paid for the two-yeCompany his vote, in the event that he is elected, Paynter is strong in Madison and Jame's College on Monday. He has a position eral whaling voyages and was famil- ly recognized as the "oldest in the old bull, Musio Master, an imported son WEBIESBIT IT mV&ia EIERT Telephone will be cast on the following measures: tirade against the eminent jurist has awaiting him as mechanical engineer at iar with those waters. The author of United States." It was built before of Bandmaster, one ot the best bulls in Beginning at 9 a..m. at the residence on "Tho Island ot Nantucket' says that the Spanish conquest, and it is tradi England. 1. cost the First District man many votes, Milwaukee, Wis. which he has accepted. one day. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO z State aid for good roads. tho Lexington pike, five miles from near sunset, he had the tionally reported that Coronado lodged The right of the counties to issue not only in Madison but in other Mrs. Laura Blanton left Friday for (Incorporated.) Charles W. Robinson, ot Mercer, has Richmond. watch, while the commodore was pac- in it in 150. Detroit Free Press. besde to build sohoolhouses. ? counties in this section. Battle Creek, Michigan. She will ing up and down Extra fine mare, C years old sold to W. C. Heacock, ot Lexington, a S. A bipartisan board of control for Pres. and Mgr. probably be gone two weeks or more. A I). Millar gave the order, Yearling mare colt Sudienly Pinkham largo amount of wool, at prices ranging Coffee Drinking. Why can't Richmond have a PostalIt was formerly euitomary far tfce habitual the State's penal institutions, appointed Mr. Beccham Lackey was expecting to "Man the weather braces!" Sec'y-Trea- s. V G. White Four Shetland ponies, pedigreed, 2 drinker lo take the pledge regularly, tome Commenting on a recent report of from 17 to 22 cents per pound. The deal by tbe Governor, aud approved by the savings bank? Other towns in the state times once a year, and tometbnea ia erery ft have gone at tho same time, but at the "What's that for?" asked the com- cases of poisoning ascribed to drink involves more than $10,000. mares, 2 geldings, of remorse that folleired bit debauches, and Kmaerel benate, in the plaee of the political ma have gone after this excellent new idea Break it. then 1 automobile, automobile, casings and last moment was detained on business. modore ing coffee, tbe London Lancet offers chine and lobby bow constituted by the of Postmaster Hitchcock, that is prov Bat now it is gradnaly dawning on the ' "We shall have wind in'a moment" some soothing views to lovers of thej In Woodford County J. W. Coke has tubes will probably go a little later on. werld that pledges do net step drunkenness. Penitentiary Commissioners ing such a great aid to the working peo He Beard of system of bought over 1,000 lambs. The commodore went to the Household goods consisting of bed The nervousand he must the habrtaal drinker The venerable Benjamino F. Crooke, and scanned the sea and sky. lee rail breakfast cup. "Coffee," says this hare treatment that Is diseased maintained at the Slate's expense. The pie in saving small amounts, and they ntfH MMRwr rmrnv mmc "I see medical authority, "in common with wHI cure his condition. If Orriiie deea nut room suites and number of nieces of old aboHUor. of the contract labor system have secured them. The Commercial who has been quite sick at his home no signs of wind," he returned. "Let most articles of food, may disagree benefit after a trial, year money will be reHardin Field sold to Schoberth i mahogany furniture, mirrors, kitchen funded. near Kingston, Is very much improved the men leave the braces." Club should make this one of the first with some people, who soon find that Willis 50 lambs at G cts. a pound. TEAS The employment of the convicts PHR ORKINE costs but $1 a ha. Call at our L0 FFICE furniture of every description. The crew dropped the ropes. tbe building of roads. big things to be secured for Richmond. and his friends all over the county will store and get a free booklet. We ll glad1 fact out and take care to exclude it IK ABVANOE Farming implomont such as tell you all a boat this meritorious remedy e glad to hear of his convalescing, be "Keep hold of the braces, every man from their dietary. But it Is innocent 1. The overthrow of the lobby by the It is announced wagons, roller, cultivators, mowing ma- for the liquor habit, Although eighty two years of age, he is .of you!" called out Pinkham, and the of oolson and to a great number of use of the initiative and referendum, ley Tobacco Society headquarters Lex PERRY'S DRUG STORE chines, hay rake, gasoline engine, srain - - - 1H1 it oan be accomplished in no other way. men resumed their grasp. The com people Is an undoubted boon. Such still lively about his farm and bids fair WEDX306OAY MAY St ington that the society had for the Mrs. Robert Walker is improving to live out tho century mark. mill, corn sheller, disc harrow, carriage modore nusned with anger and ex Dersons may continue to enjoy their 6. State inspection of State banks, present discontinued favorite beverage without the slight- pooled crop ot 1009 the sales of the harness, work harness and other things Estray C. Mrs. R P. McCord, of Red House, claimed in peremptory tones: Popular election of United States rapidly from her recent illness. Rjoimwm it ao lite map any wore; which had beon too numerous to mention. "Let the men leave the braces!" and est fear that for some mysterious rea " President J. B. Cassiday, of Madison went to Lexington Monday to attend the to my place on Big Hill Ave., a boar Is not, acnarniag to the nap Senators. offered throughout the sale season on the al feast sae again the braces were dropped. lion nature makes some ot the beans Terms made known on day of sale. 7. A primary for the nomination. of Institute, was in Frankfort Thursday. certificate recital of her daughter, Miss hog. Owner can have same by proving made by tfce Lanfeville Commercial "Don't any of you dare to drop the poisonous. The widespread publlca breaks of Louisville, Cincinnati and this Campbell-Hagerma- n all State officers by both parties, the e Dr. J. C. Bales has returned from a Elizabeth Faris, at property and pay expense of keep anl ropes!", shouted Pinkham, shaking his tion of the fallacy has been most un- city. The object of suspending the Club mm! the owgji itotr nf tbe A. expense to be met by the State, the visit to bis daughter, Mrs. 01) as. Gibson, College, and will .remain over until trumpet at the crew, who once more fair to the public, besides constituting sales, it is stated, is to take an inven re lbt Z. M. Been. awiltas. We are advertising. Thursday for the wedding of her cousin, took hold. Just then the wind dropped an obvious injustice to the coffee tory of the stocK loft on hand of the Long Tom Chenault, Auct. polite coeiety it is aot as4 forai to take peer man to be given an equal chance at Jonesville, Ya. Bros, before selling your See Gott trade." offered eoe perse with the rioh Lu offering for office. pooled tobocco, and this is being done Mr. Nelson Gay, of Woodford county, Edith Cohen, to Mr. Tom Rogers, Jr., of entirely; not a breath stirred. notice af a tf. wool. o. a constitutional amendment giv was over last week the guest of Mr. Mt' Sterling. "Taut, taut! HauL all of you!" callnow under the direction of the several especially k U bad for hi aooUier aad West Indian Hobble Skirts. iag the people the right, if they so de Harvey Chenault. ed Pinkham, and the ponderous yards ofWear M & K low shees, they ar Mrs. Robert Brcck Moran, of Califorgraders in the employ of tho society. to let tbe etber person know that the The women of the West Indies have swung to reversed position. The wind on best,-Sexthas them. fense bes bean observed. At tbe risk trf sire, to revise the tax system. Mr. Earl Smith, an old residenter, nia, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Lucas came out hobble skirt for of the opposite quarter and been wearinc the 9. The removal, by law, of the peace Another One. Broadhead, of Woodford county. They being called obi faabbwed, not has beon here a few days the guest of ship like a sledge hammer. years and are apt to wear it for years For came over Monday and : pent the day struck the . Several changes have been made of iv polite or eve, ieaaraai, we have emeer who fails to protect his prinoner Mrs. Emma Fife. The vessel staggered, shook the spray to come. The hobble may have orlgi-House on Fourth and Woodlawn Ave The one and only time in which the visiting Mrs. Broadhead's old home in from our opiniaa mad are gowg to express H. of the trop- late on the L. & E. and L. & N. and her bows and dashed ahead. Tbe nated with these-wom- en Mr. and Mrs. Al Nance, of Somerset, Will be vaoant July 1st. New occupied Madison and had dinner with Mr. and commodore disappeared Tbe BeoottK of tbe Iveoieville Onaiiaer people control the politians is when ics, but they probably care little for Richmond and Madison county people Into his cabin are here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. by Robert Sallee- Mrs. Thompson Burnam at Burnam boar with as Wed- the politians are dependent on the William Myers on East Main st. rial Clab speat the credit, as their hobble Is more of should bear in mind the following, without saying a word. tt. Mrs. Aitee Lammers. taut. Committees from people for nomination and election necessity than a fashion decree. which went into effect on May 2Sth. wood. nesday aftnraooa Presently he sent tbe first lieutenant a Mrs. M. C. Kellogg and children, aro the City OoMaeil. tbe OoamarcM Cteb The one and only time in which the L & A No 1 arrives at 12:15 p. m. de to relieve Pinkham, requesting to see They wear a belt anywhere between Burnam's Insurance Ageney will bond Next Sunday at the Christian church no community can afford; to do 's and tbe hips, and the parts for Beattyvilleat 12:22 p. m. and tbe Hk's Ledge bad arranged a people have the power to exact pledges in Lexington, the guests of Mrs. 43tf will be Children's Day, and every mem the latter Immediately. When Pink- the shoulders anyone a benefit It must be kept you. tight hobble cord is placed just below is before nomination and election. The mother, Mrs. R. C Morgan. ham entered the cabin tbe commodore brief program for tboir entertaiaweat. L & A No. 4 arrives at 1:34 departs ber and friend of the Sunday school They are often forced to moving-anthe knees. to do the most good For Rent Mrs. Ollie .Booker, of Louisville, is urged Tbe ocbodate totae for their May kero mai who goes to Frankfort unpledged for Louisville at 1:36 p. m. present A delightful pro- said: The the guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucy gram has been arranged. Rev. Barnes it should seek legitimate' ohan Dwelling house of seven rooms en Wood"I consider that I am Indebted to you walk through long, wet grass and ford was for one boar, so tbe program for is free to make Ins own terms. L sNJio. 37, south bound, arrives occasion for all of our lives, but I will tell you streams; and whenpulled up demands 12:12 p. m. from Louisvillo, Stanford, vatertabuaeat was aeeeeearUy simple man who goes pledged cannot escape While, and Mrs. Ellen Gibson. nels. Then let us divorce our land Ave. House will go lo Lexington in the evening, and the will be comfrankly If 'that wind hadn't come I It the skirts are responsibility if his pledges are vio et and brief. Tbe Beostors were Miss Martha Allen, of Carlisle, is the where he delivers the Baccalaureate to selves from the prevailing "get pleted June 1st. Apply lo Mrs. Eha hobble cord holds them in place. Ev Lancaster, etc. nn should have put you in irons In two T tbe ltatiaa bv a lanre dotecaUoa of oar lated. u p XT v. oo arrives at, . truest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. the class of '11 Transylvania University minutes." cry native woman wears a hobble, but i:au p. m. tf rich quick" fever and get back to Lackey or Bowen Lackey. There have been strong forces represeatative citizens aad with twenty "grazltto." north bound, departs at 2 p. m. W. Zaring. on Lancaster Ave. J. she calls it a Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe Edgar of Detroit work in both parties to keep Kentucky the good ways of our forefathers What Foley Kidney Pills Will seven aattobites Md a aasaber of pri L & N No. 37 now waits at Richmond Mesdames George Bogard and E. B. are making a trip through central Ken FEES FOR ITS FLASHES. for No 28 from Rowland branch and L vate carriages were taken tec a di ive to illiterate, her roads unbuilt, her prl bmith have returned from a visit to A Misunderstood Genius. Put your money into something do for you. touring car. They, to tucky in their Jc A mo. l from Frankfort. tew tbe Eaetera KanUMky State Nor- sons the riohest spoil in a system Mischa Ellman, the boy violinist, relatives in Lancaster. Foley Kidney Eills are a trae mediat home, where it will. HELP L & N No. 38 now waits at Richmond gether with Miss Bcttie Craig of Dan San Salvador Uses a Live Volcano as told on his last visit to New York a for L os A Iho. 4 from Beattyville. mal Scfcoal gronnas where, as tbey rede spetts, her taxes oppressive, her elec a Lighthouse. Mrs. Jack Wagers, of Cannon City, ville, Mrs. J. M. Benton of Winchest YOUR HOME TOWN and en cine They are healiBg,streagtheniog. story of his early childhood. luroagk. tbe' were iaforasally greeted tions the prey of the powerful, her lack L & A No. 3 now waits at Richmond The republic of San Salvador is the of Caldwell Colo., will come the latter part ot the er andMiss.Curralcon-Smitvery small Indeed," he for L. & N No 0 from Cincinnoti at 7:20 hanco the other Interests you antiseptic and tonic . Foley Kidney "When I was with smVtmf faces and Merry waves of of law aad order a byword for others, only government on earth that collects Pills take hold ot your system and help a curse to herself. Strong forces will week for a visit to her mother, Mrs, High School are spending tbe day with lighthouse fees on account of a volca- said, "I played at a" reception at a uerore leaving for Beattyville. may have. Why not build hats aad beads of alarge aaaiber of boys you. to rid yourself of your dragging Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Evans on North St Russian prince's, nnd for an urchin of Nannie Douzlas. aad girls. After tbe drive sotne stopped be needed to right these wrongs. The no that It owns and without the slight- seven home? There's no satisfaction backache, dull headache, nervous, im Wonderful Offer. I flatter myself I rattled off Miss Katherino Warford, daughter of est cost of upkeep. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cornelison, of ai tbe Ooart Iloase sqaare to hear tbe Times as a Democratic newspaper beBeethoven's 'Kreutzer Sonata' finely. like that borne of the koowledg paired eyesight, and ot all the miser William Jennings Bryan's great paper. The volcanic beacon is about eight This sonata, you know, has In it sev welcome exteaded br Senator MeCreery hoves that the Democratic press and Jacksonville. Fla., are here for an ex Mrs. Nannie Warford, of Fifth st, this able feelings that result from the in you own a home. Start it today paired action of your kidneys anI the people of Kentucky possess the tended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Al Corneli cityf was one of the six graduates of miles Inland from the port of Acajutla, eral long and impressive rests. Well, The Commoner, will be sent to any adin behalf of ear eitiaeaebip aad tbe the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexing- and its pillar of cloud by day and its In one of these rests a motherly old dress, in club with tho Climax, for two As a Democratic son, near Silver Creek. and tomorrow you'll awaken bladder. Remember it is Foley Kidney ponces by members of tbe visiting dele power requisite. Pills that do this for you. Friday evening last. After the fire sky by night are visible for many lady leaned forward, patted my shoul years fur only $2.00. Dont let this offer ton, newspaper, it calls on them to exercise patten. A oerdial iavitatiea by tbe Elks with a feeljng of independence Mr. and .Mrs. ueorge uoJarnett are Stockston & Son. escape your attention as it may never was out ended to all. aad was accepted by k, before the power is taken from them the proud parents of a new boy who ar diplomas, were awarded a garden miles out nt sea. It bursts forth every der and said: like thatof 1770. Of course you'll seven minutes and Is Just as accurate '"Play something you know, dear.'" appear again, This is a presidential naaay, to ref reeb tbe inner seen at tbeir by their failure to act. rived early Thursday morning at their party was given at tho good- - Samaritan need lumbor, but wo oan quiokly year and everyone in favor of reform Hospital roof garden. Fdr the present as any revolving light that warns boepttabte home. Some with an eye home on the Barnes Mill road. help you out. as our stock is com Miss Warford will remain at the Good mariners of danger In any part of the and a government for the peoplo will Traded on His Deformity. basin MR, sailed on our merebaou in tbe We will send you 12 of the prettiest world. ahe Miea advanced several days ago Mrs. Brutus J. Clay was hostess for Samaritan as a trained nurse. A mendicant without even a stump want to read Mr. Bryan's matchless plete and most orders can bo filled Easter, Silk Rose Greetings, Love Scenes varioas lines. Back to tbe station This volcano has been keeping up of an arm or a leg was recently ar editorials. Old y prominent citizens of Richmond to a delightful company Friday afternoon, subscribers will be taken The silver tea given by Mrs. Wilson this seven minute series of eruptions MtomobUos. aad as an boar before we tho day we got them. Season Cards in season, etc., you e c r ralgned in a police court in London extend the traction line from Lexing- entertaining in honor of her daughter, Tate and Mrs. Webber Hamilton, Fri even since any one can remember. It charged with "exhibiting his deformi in this offer. Remember the Com bad woleemod tbe eotniag, so new we saw if you will cut this out and send may s Ferry and Richmond to Mrs. Edward Johnson, of St. Louis, va day afternoon at the home of the for is a favorite amusement of visitors to ties for the purpose of obtaining moner for two years, now until May were seeetfiae tbe partiae guest. Our Lancaster, tons with 4c to pay postage and mail m. Mr. Benjamin Dobrowsky has just instead of via Nioholasvillc mer on Broadway, was a most pleasant sit by the hour during the lazy after alms." His assistant, who did the col- 1913, and the Climax for one year for entortatoateM was net elaborate, in fact and oarap Nelson, and say that you will shew them has met with much returned homo from Lexington, where gather' nj. With cooling ices anddellcious noons and, watch In band, to time the lecting for him, was also arraigned, only $2 00. This is positively the Todd-Edwar- ds was very simple. "Better k a dinner of opposition some of your friends. by Richmond and Madison he has completed the Freshman year angel's food, good cheer and hospitality eruptions till they tire of the occupa- and it developed that the "firm" did a greatest offer we have been able to give herbs wbere love is. than a stalled ox county N. L. MTJNRO people. A traction line, it is in Kentucky University. of the hostessess and the sweet music tion and fall asleep. No one has ever pretty fair business. The magistrate the people of "Madison" county this aad betted therewith." We dido' claimed, leading from this city 9 Yandewater St. New York to Lex Mrs. Riley Spears, of Lexington, will of Miss May James, the intense heat caught the volcano napping, however. discharged the limbless one, and he jear., , champagne Mt set out cmek a bottle of tf 50-4--t ington, would do great harm to the come this week for a visit to her Every vessel that puts In at Acajutla receipted for the return of bis money, a doeaator of Keataoky's best with of the day was forgotten in the enjoy business interests of the Madison capi daughters, Mesdames R. E. Turley, has to pay its lighthouse fee. There which the police bad taken from him, ment of the hour. slat, sagar and ice, bat we knew that Is no other lighthouse than the vol- writing with a pen held firmly in his tal Thousands of dollars would be Bessie Chenault and T. T. Covington. oar people gave a glad band and a hearty Friends and relatives in Madison cano, bnt that is a sufficient excuso aK en oui oi in is countv. wnere one for a ocauiuui dinner party was given county of the bride have received invi- tbe government of Salvador to make teeth. welcome. In all the extensive "write would be brought in, in fact, the only by Mr. and Mrs. B. ups" of toe three days trip almest every J. Clay at their tations lo the approaching wedding of a charge for its services. Tho exploCoronation Prices. benefit to be derived from such a mov elegant country home Thursday Already London householders are1 in hon Miss Sally Taylor Woods, daughter of sions that accompany tbe eruptions station was mentioned bat net oae line would be a convenient rout to Lexington or ot busily planning how and to whom Air. and Mrs. "Edward Johnson, of or word has appeared in any of tbe Lou ana mat amounts to nlL Richmond. St. Louis. Covers were laid for fifteen, Mr. and Mrs". Epbraim Woods, of sound like detonations of heavy tbey may let their houses in the west isville dailies as to tbe stop in Richmond, Stanford and Mr Grover Anderson, of "charge of dynamite, but fortunately with the organization of the new Com end for the month of tbe coronation. and tbk too, after one of the Booster Supt. Bridges, who will lake charg Mt. Sterling. The nuptials will take they are not sufficient to shake tho People with by no means luxurious mercial Club, is beginning to lay plans kpeakers bad toM as tbey had on their ground perceptibly more than about a whereby this city must become the hub oi ine uicnmond schools next season place on June 6th at Baptist church, accommodations talk quite glibly of train a splendid oorps of newspaper cor- of this section, is moving to Richmond this week and Stanford, and will be a social event of mile or two from the summit of th) getting f 100 a week for June, while embracing a territory crater. Pearson's Weekly. respondents with all the necessary those with elaborately furnished extending from the Kentucky river, all with his family will occupy a cottage much importance at the Lincoln capital, for eomanoieettoD with the mansions expect to get 1,000 or even where the bride s very popular. along where the the Madison lino on Oak street. The Fountain at the Corner. outside world direct from their train in more for the four weeks that will Mrs. G. W. Crutchfield nnd daughter, touches, taking in EstilL Jackson, Be ranger is best known for his bac- take In The Baccalaureate sermon to the the great event London Gentbe way of both telephone aad telegraph parts of and Miss Julia Fitch CrutchReld. will re- chanalian songs. One nlgl Lincoln and Garrard counties11 Caldwell High school, Will be delivered he was tlewoman. Swell treatment k not calculated to win By the topography of this city, is is next Sunday evening at the Baptist turn home this week from Pittsburg, nt Bupper with Dumas the elder. Tbe for Louisville from other markets the ARE BEST Normal Won. the hub of the territory named. The church, by Dr. Marshall. There will be Pa., where they have been visiting the younger Dumas, who was present, trade of Btohmoad and Madison ootmty Kentuoky river is the family of Mr. J. S. Crutchfield. Miss was passing through bis college course dividing lino and special music by the choir. We dent know why Rtefeawnd was thus The fast Base ball team of the NorCLOTHES on the south side the business belongs Julia Crutchfield was a member of the and at that period was exhibiting mal school gained a well earned victory slighted, nor do we eare. We have net which unfortuMessrs. David and J. H. Noble, former graduating class of tho Female college those characteristics to Klcbmond. Take a look at Paris, nately developed In later life. Notic- of 1 lo 0 Saturday over the Western lost any sleep over it aad we are not Versailles, and Nicholasville. The residents of this connly, but who have at Greensboro, N. C, this year, and her ing that Beranger bad drunk only wa- Normal, of Bowling Green on the local now "tearing oar shirt.' Richmond is weeds grow been residing in Illinois for many 'years. parents witnessed the exercises. Mr. ter, ho somewhat indiscreetly asked, in the street and business Beech Tailored. Ready to grounds, and by winning this, they thoroughly independent of Lenkville. is practically ruined. If you doubt are back on a visit to relatives. They Crutchfield returned home Saturday, "Where do you obtain, M. Beranger, are entitled to Champions of Kentucky Wear Lewlsvflle is net the only "pebble on the this Guaranteed not to hail from the Union section of Madison. ask tbe .merchants Mrs. A. C. Scanlan and son, who all tho wino which wo find in your colleges, having met .and defeated beach." We oan get along without Lou- Versailles is hardly as in these towns Shrink or Fade songs?' "Miss Naomi Ballew, daughter of Mr. have been spending tho winter-af- . active as Kings Hot isville fully as well as LouwvWe can get ton, or t The poefs reply was, "From tie nearly every college in the state. a co, while the others show and Mrs.George Ballew, is a member of Springs, arc here for a short stay in the fountain at the comer, my boy, and Parks, the pride of the Normal here, along without its. The thousands of very little more bustle, all on account the'graduating class of Campbell-Hager- .country with Mosdatnes A. D. and C. D. you would do well to make that the as well as tho base ball fans in general dollars that Riehmend and Madison of the interurban lines connecting with man and is a populnr young Lady among Miller. Mrs. Scanlan will sell all of her source of your inspiration." in Madison county, was in the box and county aerobaats pay out for goods Lexington. Danville will never have her class mates. personal properly here, having decided to his Invincible pitching is due the every year can no doubt flad a weleeme an interurban line to Lexington. Why victory, although Woodrum, for the m the money chests of other markets. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, Mrs. to move to California to reside. Her Golden. because she is gradually becoming the We have always been for Louisville and Western's must be given a, great deal of Carlo Brittain, Miss Lucile Crooke and leaving Madison county will be much Mr. John Golden, aged about 23, diud in- - the many, many times have we personally hub of that section where, she- resides, Thomas Baldwin motored to Stanford regretted by a large number of friends of spinal meningitis at his home near credit and barring a wild throw and will not let Lexington take the veered our merchants uJ buv in thoir a nth, which enabled the locals to score, Sunday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm and relatives. Brassfiold Saturday afternoon, May 5,7, business away. Danville merchants wn State in Louisville. The Louis- The Lexington Leader has the follow at one o'clock. - He was ill only about a the.Bowllng Green boys played an ex sen more high class goods to Stanford, Shanks. VlMe-Cam ercl Club has taken Rich- - T cellent game. In fact, it was net . . . uarroasourg and many The only real live booster on the ing concerning receptions tendered week. Mr. Golden was an excellont thought such meadlpff'tbe map. Richmond cannot uaHoasier, a stubborn resistance other smaller towns in that Section that special from Louisville, was Mr. Allen Madison county people during Conclave young man. Ho, was unmarried and put up by the visitors, and l&ke LoukufMe off, but we oan at least vin is sokl by Cincinnati. Lexinetoi or Zaring, who boarded, the train here and week: Mr. anc Mrs. I. N. Scrivner" leaves a mother, several sisters and would be But we are forget she Is en the map. entertained Wednesday .evening at their brothers. Funoral services were held they played as determined as any team Louisville houses. Riehmend merchants made the trip" thro Eastern Kentucky tassiMSkeBassssss. set going to 4 tbts. We are going to already soli a vast amount of goods with some friends, boosting Zaring's home in 'Aylesf prd Place in honor of at the family residence by his pastor that ever vwited the college diamond. A large crowd was out to see tbe game, We do hope, however. thrueut the territory be charitable. their guests during the conclave, Mrs Sunday afternoon. He was buried in of which it is the great flour. Pine Line New Style as the Pioneers were scheduled to play that Louisville wHI learn. 1 behave her- hub, and the only reason that thousands W. Joe WagenI and son, Mr. James the Speed woll cemetery. Air. bnearer Kails, who will go to away from home, and. the regular self, at least learn the common courte oi more collars are not Wood Wagers, tUr. C. C. Wallace, of poured in to Brash Greek mines toi. accept a league game did not conflict. The folsies of life before she goes visiting again. the local trade channels, is because the the Richmond, an$ Mrs. Florence Thorpe, , Hill Killed. book-keepposition as head 'was in lowing is the summary; Hits RichCollege, Mrs. of Campbell-Hitgermo- n Commercial activities have been lack- - the city last week from Ida May for John Hill was shot and instantly kil mond, lL Bowling Green, 2. Errors a Florence aCampbell-Hager- Thorr, ot Is a. strew: EtiRerkl The Louisville ngjiere, and a Commercial Club could short stay. He is making a great record led last Sunday afternoon, late, near Richmond, 2; Bowling Green, 2: Bat man College, entertained in honor of Edentott held together as an aggressive in the mountains. ".and Furnishing. Goods, Suit state, neve-rjiby Abo Burton. The iillingj js teries Richmond, Park and. Broaddust Times starts a movement in the Mrs. W Joseph Wagers, atIio was liere ow.tuat this has been orgtftieatteB. the result of an old grudge. Eye wit Bowlintr Green. Woodrum ami J. Allen. Cases, Trunks, Umbrellas, de- . 3a tr for all Demeeratk newspapers to Miss Mary Elizabeth Lackey, i of attending the Cwclave. praorieaiiy accoQiptiuieu, uie iae&-o- L a nesses say that Hill was advancing on StruelcOnt By Woodrum, sCby Park, Berea, is among the graduates of Hamil etc., lowest prices for high mukd f Democratic candidates their traction line running to Lexington, Mrs. H. B. Hanger onterlained most Burton with a knife when the latter 13. Bm on Balls Of Wood run 1. & suburb. ton college this year and finishes the class goods. peaMoa en the important measures weuld make Richmond but charmingly with a Porch Party In fired. OneTJullet took effect, striking UmpiM--Goethh4l'nl) before the people. The The area of Madison, its great wealth course with honors. She was awarded honor of Mrs. Edward Johnson of St. the heart, Burton surrendered to toe Thaec says: $be pcopje of Kentucky aad the prestige that comes with it, the One Year's scholarshin for the Louis Saturday jafterneea t eja 4 to- 0, authorities and will have his examjn- can lave insured to IbeaV when the sbouM make this county eanal to high average obtained. Mrs. Mkldletoij eeoWd tNf thirst of ing tml tcmorrcvt before J nags. Saaek-elfernext seeelon of the Lanekture eneK! Fatfeja buginossieaterprises. If the R. O. Lackey, O.L. Searcy and "WT. Joe the Kueet wkh j&eUoieus fraape, while He is mirrfel, while the daid Kh J(4n Lyon, of Day ten. OMe, has j.ed Koade, good seaeei baUdings, L. Jfc X. raBrenda8MH'yyiiak enesgfe Wagers, will celebrate next S&twaay Meedamec U6 jUoraoiinc, T. Jenaraoa. man mi ilncle. HftL waVi known arrivai to take hra of tu:: onHenitarles, of Lexington to run ifir fat'tMlacfc from with a big birthday dinner at the biparrWfca eonWoi of the SmHfc MMl Mis! Bxasie Killer aasfetod roufc .aShatacter aad hat bsaa it lakhsa aaasHatint nt ttw atom al 8ni ' ffiufau. popr t rmriM tbe tax system, if Pari via that city then to Winchester, f Mr. Laekey, ki Ibta iuv "All tbe naj Htf. sttoaaajA Ms. Several weoks ago bt ia tnt ertoia i agj L AThajsihleia-e- r tbey navM, tbe OKorthrew of the lobby tbore atuei be very IkUe prestige bekl born en the 3rd of June; aad 4hr.ah- - UcaUy eWratoi Jrilb 4n(ftr&w bpjkfwQ Smith, who r4trra4-1ev- . . th vicinity of gfewby nact itd I . UiaeiT EJBbnMtaHaei l -of which tbe by tbe Fayette capital brste the occasion each yar "d iU oibr ojjoa JM Bweutu iotaatt,targaerHe, J at everything that eats 4 in nts mgs.. land. 1 BUTTER1CK FASHIONS Spring and Is Coming time you were making up your summer clothes. McKLL'5 are now ready to show you the most beautitul line of spring Embroideries and Laces ever brought Be sure to see the Flounand and don't forget to look Underwear at our new is pavilion in the Court House yard on Wednesday last Dr. Cruner. oi the Louisville Boosters made a most .excellent taik." Wo mean "that it sounded well. His voice was clear, his tongue was silver tipped and his words abundant but he did not confine himself to the facts. Ho stated that tfre Eastern' Kentucky Normal School had beon located in Richmond thrpugh 'the efforts of the Louisville Commercial Club. There is no semblance of truth in the statement Tbe Louisville Commercial Club had no more to do with the lo at ingof the Eastern Kentucky Normal school, in Richmond, lhan the writer has to do in the control of the affairs of the Bank of- - Ensland. Dr. Bruner should have been better informed else he should bridle his tongue and not make such wild statements. We had It in mind to "call him down" at the time bo made the statement, but courtesy forbade this as he was our guest. , Is the ten minutes speech frdfo tbe SELECT CULLINGS ns he new home ett L 1 coY01118! cingboth B. Juett & Son Price is lowest Old-Sant- OWEN McKEB Public Sale Thursday, June 8th, The Richmond Climax. Stock, Crop and Goods. ar Heating Plumbing 270 tho-dec- EYer Take the Pledge - PERSONALS attheBur two-hors- Laa-tsvill- C. Scanlan '"'' Idle Capital Is An Extravagance d Rent Kel-logg- to-b- e . 2 Post' Cards Free - Lumber Co, 21-2- Sterling Clothes THE 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits, all sizes from smallest boy to largest man. Newest stock city to select from er . , e Hats at . - d. Teka. o-- fnc tcu4ipr; k &ih - ) jai. J. B. Stouffer ritU!.. "n r.tt 'fni .... ! II I!" VVlien You Add something each year that will make your nome more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy. large quantities .of bouse furnishings ComfOPt From Lafl - to Foot 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 sprin Try It A a? Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs f Ready for your selection nojv. ENH ETt and HIGG1NS LJ UNDERTAKING t wool, Gott Bros. , In Our Hot Weather Clothes. Thin Light Suits, Cool Coats, Featherweight Underwear, Negligee Shirts, Low Collars, Straw Hats, Summer Trous : ers, Low Cut Shoes, Etc., Etc. , X J, If. herage wants your wool. 4L lias Roman Sandals. SmokelSS. That good ice cream at Ricci's JOc 5c If Sizes and models for men of every build Prices as reasonable as any store in Kentucky - , I ran fit, yea with that Grossett Burnam's Insurance Agency writes all Sextos can. kinds. 43tf Lreck, fire, lightning, cyclone Read tf. e stock insurance. In this issue of the Climax Governor Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Shaforth, of Colorado, gives a very tf plain and simple explanation of the c stock. mo to Owen McKee, Richmond initiative and the referundum form of r dry goods and notions. Others Government and every ciiizen in Maditf son county should read it carefully, md why not you. It LJ Mahson Institute will be opened summer months for a few n?he 4t boarders. A Mistake. Wanted H-c 1 use thru the summer Inquire at Climax office. for tf Readers of the Climax this week will notice tnat tne, date, "Alay 24th ap pears at the head instead of "May 31 its This is one of the very few mistakes that Is liable to occur in well regulated . printing offices like the Climax. For Rent T "c Will 49 41 George Marischen has moved his tailoring establishment over John Sox- ton's shoe store to J. B. StoulTer's and For Rent papered he will have charge of the Stouifer re room newly shelved shop in the future, in addition to his painted. Apply to Everett Berry, own work. tf ,e Irviiie St. Elmer Deaiherage wants your wool. ring lamb is here. Choice cuts at Highest 4L market prices. u's. nice rooms. Apply Out Rate Move. 11 . tf Mr. A. D. Miller and William Asher, with a party of mon, spent last wcek.on to Mrs. Carrie essiee July Early. Musicale. 95 Here. the Kentucky 'river near Clay's Ferry or and succeeded in landing enough fish Thefirst lightening bugs of the year Tho following is the program of he The gOTeratneat tberRMeer B. M. Laokoy, Riohmond, Ky. to divide lavishly with their friends. made their appoarence lasj Friday musicale given by Mrs. W. G. White registered 95. ktst Friday ad it 50-t- f of Louis But the Pioneers are sure to Suggests that Trolly Line be and her pupils Saturday afternoon. They claim to have discovered a certain IS now on its way for evening and it seemed as if the earth Gives Delegation tbotight the meretiry waald eectately s finish at the top of the kind of bait, which never fails to hook Engelman a little higher before tin day was done Duet Palm Branches... ville citizens a rousing better, bigger arid broader was alive with this unique specie of tho Run From Lexington Via Notice. bug family. The beotle that swarms the fish, once they venture near. Mrs. White Marguerite Goosmaa It is claimed that this k Um highest list Richmond. S. Parker, of Lexington, is install-- reception. Richmond to Lancaster. by this time each year, has not made C. Chamiaade pohUreaeaed dwrtajr Um hat spell in Scarf Danco a vary beautiful tile bath room for .Sullivan 5poke. its appearence yet. Dora Perlman tliis seeMen. "Go on you Pioneers, the top Is "not so Elmer Deatherage. Any one in the Tho Richmond Commercial Club is Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of this city, has Valse Caprico Hon. Jerry Sullivan delivered tin Newkind Richmond lodge of Elks, which is ana far after all and the bard luck you have written a letter to the Lexington arkol for this kind of work can get commencement address to Big One. the graduates now an organization of "real value always "on the job" was there good and experienced is Right Anna May Maupin no hindrance, go on and Herald suggesting imates by calling up Mr. Deaiherage. of the Lebanon High School last week, the body of citizens who have so far that the Kentucky Huntsman Song Mr. Foster Kirby, who resides at Lake strong in assisting the Commercial club 1. Schumann 2t The trimmig f Uwiims ia the cou t get the (nag." This is 'the slogan of Traction & Terminal Co., "run its projoin together and the Lebanon papers speak In glowing signified their intention to Reba, a son of Manager Kirby of and tho City Council in entertaining the every Amy Turley house yard seems to have been I imfan in this section, now that the posed trolly line from Lexington to for a bigger and richer city, are growing the Pump house and Lake, pulled a delegation of citizens from Bowmar s Summer Tours terms of his remarks and strong admoni Duet When the Lights are Low Louisville, team has been strengthened, and the proper tfciag ta de, as Utey ate com ins: more and more enthusiastic evory day. big bass ont'tho waters last woek that that stopped over here about an hour many difficulties that they have en- Lancaster via Richmond, instead of Engelman out beautifully aad wilt make Personally conduoted; low inclusive tion to the young men and ladies of the Tho following officers have been weighed over four pounds. Mrs. White Elizabeth Burnam It is tho and a halt last Wednesday afternoon. countered are about to be done away Nicholasville and Camp Nelson, There Yel class. Mr. Sullivan also spoke at chosen, President, R. R. Burnam; Vice cost; high class accommodations. sbade trees, but net heavy eaoogh to are many people who will differ from Cresendo 1 Lasson ohseure the beattetftil tMwi that a 'jwstose Park and West, starting Mon- - Shakertown Wednesday at tho Banker's President, R. E. Turley; Secretary, largest fish that has been caught so far Tho "tired and thirsty men drank with- him on this subject, although his sugthis year. He had a time trying to copiously of tho refreshments sot out by ay, July 3; Niagara Falls, Toronto, etc. meeting. visiter has fkstseetjMr !" Couni it seems that Richmond has been the gestions are very timely and worthy of Welcome Marguerite Goosman Allan Zarlng; Treasurer, P. M. Stivers. tho generous "Bills" and one was led GraRsohals temple ef Jvettee. Tuesday. Aug. 1; Atlantic City, New one of those juicy steaks from Tho following Board of Directors has land him. Order victim of the worst kind of luck the some thought. He says: Ethleen Wilson frk, etc August 17. Write Bowmak's Culton. Phone 125. See Sexton before you get that new to bellovo they had never been used to past two seasons. The opening game also been choseu R. E. Turley, J. H. m Richmond, Ky., May 18, 1911. Yalse (Posthumous) the choice brews of the different esChopin Torus, Versailles, Ky., for folders glv- Winchester looked as if the team "Desha Breckinridge, Esq. Lexington, Meet Here. Dean, T. K. Hamilton, John R. Pates, shoo. Big Number. 50-- U tablishments of the Falls City, so fever Dora Perlman ,ig full details. D. Simmons, would make a grand showing and re- Ky. "My Dear Desha: Ben L. Banks, George The Bext metiag f the Eighth I see in today's Duet Cujus Animan ishly did they lick up the the last drop Rossini Bad Record. main at the top of the league standing, Lexington Herald jott Bros. wiH wool you and .pay you Accoraing to me uounty bticop in Charles P. Higgins, W. G. White, Distriet Banker's AaooeiaUan of Ken- that the Kentucky (Stabat Mater) spectors thercare about 1,000 owners in James S. Sewell, W. E. Blanton, II. B. applicants for of the Malt extract set out, yes even but instead it has gone down steadily Out of thirty three tf. it. tueky will be held fat KMimotuJ. next Traction and Terminal Company has the foam. Mrs. White Anna May Maupin Madison county with an aggregate Cosby and Joe S. Stanifer. county certificates, only nine were given under tho most trying conditions, and organized and May. Through the effects of Hon .1. taken over the Lexington (a) Slumber Song Gnrlitt Hurry Tho special committee, composed of it begun to look as if luck would never number of 20,000 sheep and lambs Everv citizen of the city is asked to first class in the examination held Railway Company, the Blue Grass (b) Caravan Ferber A. SallivaB aad Meases R. R. Burnam If uu haven't subscribed toward the This Is. an unusually large number and join the club and become an active Friday and Saturday, the 19th and 20th. Charles Culton, Mayor Rice, J. H. Dean, return. Men signed at the beginning, Traction Company and the Central and R. E. Tariey, Ute eity, was desigAmy Turley "i: fund do it today and help "to get rid is twice as many as most counties of member, as only by organization can Four were given second class and 20 JohnSowell, and A. R. Burnam, Jr., who were expected to lie "finds" have Traction Company; that it proposes to nated as the pfeee for the 1912 meeting. Duet 'Gainst Wind and Tide ot this awful .dust. According to the Kentucky. This state, it is claimed Richmond be made a great and glorious' failed to pass at all, which is a deplo had very little time in which to prepare proved dismal failures and now the The asBHal eoavewtiow was held at to en1 Mrs. White Miss SallieRuoker more choice lambs to market city. The determination to bo alive and rable state ot affairs, as according to a reception, such as only the Elks can Board of Directors and Manager Olsen extend the interurban lines and "ii,. r i:. ,r,, this summer is to be un sends any Shakertown last Wettaestfoy and the largo its system in Central Kentucky, Moon Moths No. 11 Kussner other and Kentucky lambsj "do somethins" has been so noticeable the examiners the questions were not get up, but all declared that it was the are scouring the country for one or two mi:i and sultry and oil will be than above geatleaea were aateag the prom and that among others you have been Elizabeth Burnam of late that every citizen Is now hope- unusually hard. The colored teachers best they had received on their trip so good mon to fill up gaps. 'r ;uc.si benefit the people can ask are always commanding the top prico elected a member of the Board of Hexentanz MaoDowell inent members prase. Sfaakertovrn ..." The great Crigear has returned and a Directors ot said new corporation, and If this liquid had been put on ful that Richmond has at last crept ont wero examined last Friday and Satur fir. The Commercial Club and City is a beautiful place far sack a gather Memorial. - Marguerite Goosman - be announced Council committees had everything in first baseman of high quality has been 'r-weeks ago the streets of the city of her lethargy and an era ot great ad day and the result willing and a big noes day spread was en that you have accepted the same. Kooling Whither readiness upon the arrival of the train signed and with the pitchers J'going Odd fellows Memorial services will vancement and prosperity is dawning, the latter part ot the week. .,d be in perfeot shape now to last joyed. Officers far aext year are Bush "The new articles say that it is the- Anna May Maupin and the visitors wero shown what real good" it will not take the Pioneers long be held by Madison lodge No. 14 Sun ,t l Christmas. The trip to Eastern Kentucky by the purpose of the new corporation to ex- Duet Mazurka Nevin W. Allen, narrodsfetttg; PresMeet; R. hospitality is in this section of the Blue-gras- s. to regain the lost ground. day June 4, at 2 30 P. M. The weather Commercial club sometime In June R.. Burnam, ef Riehmead, Secretary. tend the line to Richmond, and also Mrs. White Dora Perlman For You. permiting, the services will be hold at promises to outshine anything ever be The new twirler, Black, secured from 5peak Here. from Nicholasville to Lancaster, thence Cemetery, if not, it will be at the fore attempted bv Louisville or other the Of course Richmond merchants paid the Shamrocks, of Covington,- pitched to When you know any marriages, Montgomery. Effort are being made to have Hon. Opera House. Dan$Ue and Harrodsburg. The Excursion. very little attention to the "Boosters a fine game in Lexington Saturday and Kentucky towns, Richmond is the births, deaths, accidents, sale of Tiiomaj H. Paynter address th e "voters chief obstruction to the construction of Mrs. Sallie MeatgoBery, for many KenPast Grand Master, Dwi&ht L. Baily f rst stop of any size from Eastern Idea," for it was as poor a bunch of came very near shutting out the fast go an interurban system to Richmond, as A large number of Richmond land, crop or stock, Church news or f Uiis county here at an early date and of Louisville will deliver the Address. boosters as ever left the Metropolis of ing Colts. With this man earlier in the you know, has tucky going North or west and volumes lodge news, please telephone or write people took advantage of the reduced years a resident ol ilieftiaeexi, passed undreds of people, who have as yel been the cost of erecting last Thursday at her heme ea Moberley The public is cordially invited to of business now scattered between here the Climax, so wo can let people, in the state. This is proven when it is season, the team would have won a big ot made up their minds just who Ihey a bridge across the Kentucky' River, rates Sunday and visited the Queen City. Ave., after an illness lastfeg about attend. bo held here. The other parts ot the county know about news majority of the games. Wills is now known that not a single Louisville and Louisville, must support in the Senatorial race are and I think if you will look at a map of Most of them were base ball fans, who six months. She was ia her sixty paper even recorded the visit of the in playing condition, his finger having people should not havo to travel all the it. We want plean news of every Dry County. mxious that this gifted statesman come Kentucky you will 'see that the com- went to witness the Pittsburg-Cincin-na- ti "Boosters" to Richmond nor their ro recovered sufficiently to permit of his way to Louisville or Lexington to ouy kind from everywhere. base ball game. The day was eighth year and was the widow of the ' j Madison, so they can see and bear pany can save money by constructing Mr. Richard Gentry is just back from the very same thing they could get in ception by the people of the city. taking his turn in the box. He is ex- the line- - to Richmond and thence to ideal, although a trifle hot, and the late W. T. Montgomery, wbe lived at ',,m, Ollle James has visited every a trip thru the Big Sandy district of Richmond at the same price. Kich Lancaster which was visited at noon, pected to win many' games this season Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg. extra train made good time. As the Speedwell and whose death oecor.-e: djoining county, and passed up Madi Eastern Kentucky and years Sge. She was a he claims there mond will be advertised all thru the Bowmar Tours. and even Paint Lick, wero given space as he seems in better condition than For the other points mentioned the way majority of the local fans are rooting about fifteen an. and many of the voters are sore has been no rain there for nearly eight eastern counties, now reached by direct for Pittsburg in the National league, member of the Presbylearkm church. in the Louisulle papers, and Irvine, ever before. d by Richmond to Lexington-woulbe In this isue is the regular advertised lvot this. weeks There is an epidemic of typhoid route bv the extentlons of the L. & A The inneld is playing fast ball, now very little longer than by way of Nicho- tho victory of tho Pennsylvanians was and one whose religion was constantly list of the pleasure tours to important which was reached At 5 o'clock but no as a result of the sultry weather and. and L & E. in her daily life and she made these points in this country of Daniel M. stop was mado at Richmond by the that the warm weather Jias melted the lasville and the company would in this well received. A Great Woman. Mr. Gentry says that many deaths. around her feel the strong iafiueace of Bramlege, Snyder manner avoid the expense of constructBowmar, editor of the Woodford Sun, 'boosters," at least CoL Bat Galvin kinks out of them and The Central Methodist, the official is the live wire section of Kentucky, her Christian work. A large family s rj Amil's Luck. and who has been more successful in says he looked for it in the Louisville and Whittaker. form an outfield that ing two bridges across the Kentucky vive, who, it the precepts of tl.e rganof the church in this state, has and although it is Intensely dry now, is second to none. the conducting of tours than any other papers and it wasn't there, consequentRiver, because if you extend from tmil Lorisch, who was one of the following concerning iliss Belle .there is great business activity on all The Pioneers seem to have struck it Nicholasville to Lancaster yon will principal entertainers for the Louisville mother are followed ia the daily walks person in tho south. He has made it a ly how could they have done it? Don't forect the ereat sche ennett, in recording the sessions of sides. for life, they will prosper and, Jve out Thoso who came were Louisville lucky in Snyder, the man secured from have to build the bridge on your line bunch, who visited the city last week, specialty and thousands can testify 16 c Woman's Missionary Council, of the week. Paris will his wonderful generalship in this lino. citizens, who announced their coming Frankfort. He can catch and play the to Lancaster as well as on your line to was a victim-o- f ill luck. Just before a useful life. They are Mrs. O. Het-- d Burnam's Insurance Agency oldest dule next M E. Church, South, which convened Meatgemery, and best companies' represented. Phone come for three games and this Maqy Madison county people have several days ago, and as Richmond is outfield and has been smacking the ball Richmond, and from Lancaster to the train arrived the tire in one of his ricks. Miss Fannie Metho-u,William, Roy, Cleveland ahd MerriW. recently ia St. Louis. The for extra bases like a fiend. If he keeps Itiexington 707. been members of parties, which ho has equal to any occasion when it comes to was via Richmond is not materi auto wheels sprung says: "Miss Belle Bennett, well otthis city, and Mis. Brutus Tudor, is the first visit ot the Bourbon- - piloted to Old Point Atlantic City, entertaining, it was nothing more than. this up, he will be right, in the hearts ally farther than from Lancaster to late getting into aleak and he the parade, which and George, and John. dtfUjlaois. The nownthruout our conference as presi- of fans Good Argument a passing pleasure to turn out with th,e Lexington via Nicholasville. I believe greatly irritated him. aa he was anxious funeral services were conduoted ' the Woman's Missionary Coun- O. H. Pollard, the Jackson attorney, ites to this field. Tuesday, Niagara, Florda and even Cuba. kut The elimination of Lewi? "and the an automobiles of the city and show the " interurban roau to itichmonu. ana to lead the long line of cars from the Friday afternoon at the heme by Dr. Wednesday and Thursday are our church, made a fineimpression tired clerks of the department stores of placing of the management of the team this counr would not only give a long depot to the city. It is tho first punc has a very unique and forceful arguGet Busy. s the presiding officer of the --council Scanloa and burial followed ia Rich- the dates. the Falls,CIty that their outing thru the in tho hands of Olsen lias proven the desired outlet ot the people of this ture he has experienced since he pur- mond cemetery. -. ' ' its recent session in St Louis. It ment to put out to the Democratic all been He should have been there The sheriffs tax books havo county to Lexington, but I think you chased his car, although he has ridden state would not be marred in this neck right card. " as a great ecclesiastical body of voters of Kentucky at the coming from the start, but of course there was Here. made out and arts now in his hands of the woods. Cox would thereby enlarge your market thousands of miles. Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas. y Iople. It was presided over by our primary in July. Mr. Pollard is a canpay no way for the management to see and taxpayers' can 'begin didate for Attorney Genera and in. this JieuU Governor Cox paid this city The last census shows that Louisville ahead that Lewis would prove anything moro by having direct railway connectSimmons &.DoalherageBaildifig Phone ?n Kentucky President, Miss Belle taxes for 1911. The sooner .guest of ing their " Well Received. ion with Richmond and Madison county terriBly-i- n population, and 07. nnett, of Richmond, and two of the issue he has a cut showing that out of visit last Friday.and was the else but the man he was rocommended merchants pay their has suffered 39 counties, composing the entire. Col. "Rill" Grider. hU old friend, for the farmers and than any other way possible. You alno wise Kentuckian. wonders at that. Beautifully staged and splendidly shops, who were present, remarked there will be enough to be. The cry now is "Go out and ready Cox is i taxes the sooner had such good railway connection performed, the "National Troubadours' TOO MUCH LOVB at she had taught them how to dis- - Eastern third of the state, he is the sovcral hours. Governor improve the fcr when it comes to being a real live help root and take your friends and only candidate, while from the other prominent Odd Fellow and boing ac money in the treasury to with Georgetown, Paris, and Nicholas- delighted a goodly sized audience cooperative city the eh business. The business men of at Too much love for fun, frolic aact fiscal court is wide awake and gato receipts," for the team swell the counties there are 17-- candidates. Look quainted with many of the I. O. O. F. county roads. This ville that the interurban connection the opera house last, Thursday evening. capital of Jefferson falls short, and e city said she was a wonderfully losover this map and see if it isn't a boys here, spent .sometime in making anxious to get enough money to make Sviien the "boosters" go out they seem can't be run without money. The with thoso places was not so necessary The play or rather an extravaganza, was rich food causes stomach, liver, kide officer. She was a fine specimen of ney and nervous troubles. Other before ing streak has played havoc with the handshake, some substantial improvements good argument for "Polly". not material tho rounds with a cordial a modest, dignified true woman. She pretty tf take out many people -- tnat never monoy end, as the people will not pull as from Richmond and-di- dtrade from those nnder the auspices of the Christian remedies help you but DENN'S. bad weather begins- next fall and if ciiro political the to return. The Millions of dollars for & losing team and will remain at ly increase Lexingtons s made an impression here that few church and a nice sum was realized to SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY ceres uju nonunion i'ortiana cement, none He was here to look after his taxpayers will be prompt, the fiscal points. fence and was not at all backward in the ot businoss from Madison and this sec go toward building the new church. It you. Our discoverer, tea years a vc ever been able to gain. better, at W. W. Broaddus & Co tf home, which- is the worst thing to do will be prompt in the improve miserable sufferer with the above We here are very anxious for an was an excellent making the fact known,. While Judge .court ttpn of tho state, of course, will find it amateur entertain troubles, ani RHEUMATISM fee The losing outlet and hope that will come. We under the circumstances. O'Rear is the Madison county ropubli ments. it Way mostly Into the trade channels of ment, and some ot the best local talent years, was cured in one week. To team needs encouragement all the more, know that the chief obstruction is the can's .candidate, Cox will get a big vote, Cjncinnatl, because the people are forcwhile prove Parks will be in the .box for the Pio expense, and hence we make the su. was used in staging this most beautiful regular our remedy, only they last, chiefly on account of his being intouch sue Sottles 3Sc at...... ed to gb there for best values,tiigh neers this afternoon, and fully 1,000 are play. The costuming was exquisite geslion that by cowing to Richmond and thoroughly in keeping with with the hundreds of Odd Fellows in While attending the Confederate markets and quick safe railroad ser Druggists' STOCKTON & SON, the The expected to witness the game. and thence to the other places mention this County, with whom he has met at reunion at little Rock, Dr. L, H. Blan vices. 31 may 3mo Normal school will send a good delega ed your company will havo to build parts. city, met quite a ton, 'formerly ot this state conventions. tion and they will root ior the Madison only one bridge instead of two. have nevpr seen a woman - Bring your wool to me at the. Madison number of Old Central Uuiversity men Two Games. lad. "Hopisg that you will give this mat and as a result a branch Aluml Associate with good sense but who had Tobacco Warehouse. Gather In the crowds and go out and ter your coasid oration, and asking your is scheduled for this 'A double-head- er Son was formed. The following wero Deatherage. tf Elmer has "beauty enough to make Jier- assistance,we are there and their names will be familiar afternoon between Lexington and the root for the home team. Richmond U foneers on the local field. The extra the best tem In the league, on form Yours truly, Richmond people: to Gcod-Umpyou highly agreeable. self tho post- - and the wiMhur streak is starting. If "J. A. Suu.rvJLNs' Mr. -- Charles MeKeo. class 18S5, of game . is brought over fromno., .1 ...u I . In Is not so ea i i nucu you know, a fried-wk-o wish to see faces light up with Umpire Coates, who, jhas officiated Little Rock, was made president; James ppneu one oa JHuuutjr, iuc u, game will be thusieetle M yewaelf, pay. his way to Bluegras leaj majority of the To Texas. C.Knbi, class 6f 1S30, ot Konticello, lin Interfered. The first joy and satisfaction he micRtturn into a amcy eames on tho local field, Is one of the Ark., vice president; Rev. John VahLear sailed promptly at 2 o'clock asd pretRlnet citizens of" the Several best that ever handled ' the indicator In class of 1881, pastor of th First Presby tlrge crowd will be out. It Is the ftret fan and yew: work will be aeeoatplwbed P&i-a- t Lleic neighborhood have just in araon the customers of Lexlngtoa on the Pioneer Try to eanvert, 6m peraoa dwiaff the An umpire's trials are terian churcli, Little Rock, Secretary. league. bfttamaee this where uey iavulitMat the peopJ These efltaers with John A. Jehnaee, field Mi y this tem is leedin the aeaaon w jo win have dee year fm kuraedfFeaK Terns, hard enougVto ed iavTeSMJaajd. Tby believe in the Coatee has clM ( Am, of LHtte Rock,. J. W lUitue, a double defeat foe .them dty. jumping on j Up faiwa el aaaae naeeta parts ef the Lam ! lor theKietHMoa aad RcMtw, (C. O.) Lttfck Rock, Jefea R. rill mean a great irivn his dttliim" vtry Another OW One. and have waV a Star Mate , fcfw 3ig The tfefaf U to i for evened? Arte. MMW tot HMitKt, tfce CaLfeD. OiWtan, af toweil, uet iafef mmtr In had. aertimaa, iriuek stiffen)! jTmh rtitc ad Amm W6CL at Ph end roeft loqf jwd iottl II. eteiaa the ft aa jaat bafaatBba eaiaai up. Sr. eUd to&uraCfc i:c or i harema o Uw m U tbeatate Be ear and ta but is alrigM nun wua mamM taaaiamejt tto faman Ctuooitie, aU. alL. WoMb hm aba etoaad rV 'W grea4 yowaf puaMr Ventral Vtar Ittafeot tmildiajj materiaL qwiok B tkere ai ttMf ideal (era b pbUsbd in Deoatetey. IS atreacOatta. Telephone ($2 Brttttiu 4 Co. 44lf mm ia Artuau louse Building V w Cottage on "West Main lS.-Ap- ply For Rent Lucky Fisherman. L Covington & Banks THE STORE FOR QUALITY Si Street Commercial Club ELKS Uphill Fight i Sullivan Jut itli 'It v d Next Week Schedule . -t tf " . to-da- tf - - 8P5I8 Betsy's Pointers OldCU's "I If New Stock s. Nev Paltermg Everything New justlrop at thegK 11 f' ZW:- br, - WALL PAPER 5 cents per bolt and Lacked Todd jr tamm'-m'.lfm- (0 The Home of Low and Square Dealing eflwleGaraggB, Hepa Perry s Drug Store f bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV!L XI 'b?bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI aaaatHWIl TtfflaB T ter ,. i m ' WW" WPQWIJI "V '''''"'""QP'''' ; . I ; RACE FOR A THIEF WW Chase Through the Streets In the Heart of London. A BASEBALL STRATEGY. Orders at Times Queers the Batter With the Fans. One of tbe charms of tbe game Is its unexpectedness, tbe fact tbat you ner er ras 'tea what's going to happen nn til It Is history. Do you know what "Inside ball' really Is? Most "fans" think they do, but few really do know. In fact It (s a rery Interesting sidelight both on the game and oa tbe American character, to realize tbat nine out of ten pee pie, who see a ball game see pnly the flesh of It never realize the skelc-- t on which it Is built never sec the beart beating nor watch Its llfeblood flow. You go to a game and shout yourself hoarse. "Hit It out you, you 'bonchead!' What yor standing there for? Think this a pink tea? They're all perfectly good Mt 'em!" And the player at the plate, bearing, lengs to obey for all players love to hit yet holds him self la. 4 "Make him give you three balls. Then bltl" are his orders from the beach from the baseball general or dering tbe game. A man is on third. There Ibut one out Hits have been few aad far between, bat a long fly will score the man. How get a Ions; fly? By meeting oae which "cuts the heart of the plate" square and fair. How get the pitcher to serve such a ball? By "working" him until three balls have been called, when the fourth ball must come pver the plate er tbe batter be- - given a pass; hence tbe orders. If they go wrong. If the pitcher succeeds in getting three strikes across before three balls, the batter strikes oat and a groan goes up from the crowd. But the batter knows, and the pitcher knows, and the team knows, and the players on the bench knew tbat the man at the plate struck eat because he was obeying orders. Werid Today. Bench IN THE REALM OF A GOLD TOR JEWELERS. i FASHION ,Lml S- I- New Sprl&fWat r jaaat-- -. most or me naw material is Dcugnt From the Government. Jewelers derive thijlr gold supply from various sources,- - such as old Jew- A Custom Quite Popular at One elry, banks and refineries, but the Time In This Country. greater part of fhe raw gold used by, 5 the mnnufacturcr comis from the gov. From the refiner the gold comes to the factory in the form of buttons or granules. The reflneiles employ the waste of the Jewelry-shop- s and by burning oil the material portions and subjecting the result to certain processes recover much gold that otherwise would be lost to the trade. For many years,, there was a steady drain on the gold coin in circulation, caused.by the use of the coin by Jewelers In search of raw material. The fact that our government turned out a coin that "after iiassiug through the assay office was of wenty-two carat fineness, only two grains below the pure gold standard, and had also been worked over, the silver and copper forming the alloy having been mixed thoroughly in the gold before the coin was minted, made tlvj gold coin particularly attractive to the Jeweler. The manufacturer experienced no trouble when the gold coin was used, as the alloy always bad.been combined with the metal, and all that was necessary for tho commercial utilization of tho coin was to alloy.lt sufficiently to bring the gold down to the point required; also, from tho jeweler's vlewpolnfa lot of time and difficulty was saved, inasmuch as this scheme did away with .much bookkeeping and rendered unnecessary tho ty-- . lng up of considerable amounts of money In. the purchase of raw material to bo held as stock. Later, however, the government made up the pure gold in brick or bar form, and It is in that shape the greater bulk of the supply Is "now derived. Thousands of dollars pass between the banks and the manufacturing jewelers every year in tbe forms of bars of gold, the banks handling these for the benefit of their clients. The bricks vary in value according to weight from $200 to $500 and come with the government assay office stamp as a guarantee of purity and fineness. New York Press. -t- DUCKING A SCOLD NEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD JrVe Repfesented. DETECTIVE'S QJICK WORK. Th ;pt PoHee Officer Wai Not Oniy Rapid Himself, but Compelled an Unsuspecting Bystander to Join In tht Mad Flight and Capture. Is defeedtag tie Uaiw police frem charges ef toco tap otonee a coetrifeeter te Btaekwoo4's Magoiilne Barntes an tecMest la wbch b figured a few years age, wbm be acceeapanled bis vrtfe te a Beed street Jeweler's, where eb west ha te iratcfe seee poerts and bare se&e gesas reset, be awaiting bee on the street, where be Beaeked Ms He saye: 1 etfced three weH dressed men &e late tfee sbep aed sereral wemea. wbea tmddoaly oae ef tbe well tiroes ed mea came eat tbreegfe tbe glass 4eers ef the stoop and pmtocd rapidly me as lie tarBed up tbe street. At tbe sane momoat 1 was seised rieleatty by tbe araa by a mHfcman wbe bad beea anaagtog bis eaae on stop. Ms bud cart eet ta tteat ef -Qatck. gereraerr be sfceated. 'Aft-eMai or we leee Mm! Leek; he's pass-e- l tbe bag te a pair "Sow, fer tbe Nfe ef me I cannot teJI yea wbat leepeUed me. I'm not tbe kied ef maa the yea caa picture tearing up Boa4 street a tbe wake ef an agitate iwtWriiwin Bat tbere was somettMag la tbe grip that maa teek of my arm that Imp Mod' me, ee tfeat J threw away my dear a ad raa sAk tbe maa wMh the baa; peck aad aeek with the uaHtmaa. who exberted me to mutlMUL m my efforts by seeet- In tie hats for the present spring tbe tendency seems to be toward placing the mass of the trimming at the back. Many of the hats are also de signed on the lines of the "poke' shape. The sketch above Is of a hat eminent WOMEN ALWAYS THE VICTIMS. In Colonial Days Ducking Stools Wars Common In Maryland, In Virginia the Penalty Was Often Inflicted, and' dr. ie HAT WITH TOnNED HACK BHIK. combining both of tbae features. It Is of brown satin straw with a quaint turned back brim, faced with accor dion plaited taffeta in self tone, a scarf of clUffen under this brim, and ends of the same lie in a small bow under the chin. At tbe back are mass ed great clusters of shaded pink roses. New Spring Colors. By European advices, among shades of a more or less staple character, in addition to black, so far in vogue for this spring arc five main colorings, each with, several gradations. In blues are navy, royal blue, and nattier. Grays comprise silver gray, lavender gray, slate -- and mouse gray. Under browns come golden brown, tobacco brown and cof--. fee brown. Greens include clover leaf, mignonette and duck green. ..Purples comprise lavender purple, plum color and royal purple. As mixtures black and white and black and gray form tbe current variations. The scale of colors as now viewed by German authorities includes new shadee of violet lavender, purple, ecru, cafe au laft terra eottn, Russian green, parrot blue and bronac. For millinery purposes ranges of violet purple, maize and gray are so far approved, supplemented by lavender, royal blue, parrot blue, pheasant brown and geranium red. WI1-helml- -- "Harew a tea. goTnreir! "We tare an Oeaaalt street. I dea't kaew what tbe aaaaersby theafhc I bed ae tfme te thlafc ef tbem. Wbea w reached Jtegeec street ear eaarry dtved hate tbe tiame Hfce a freg bate a mM race. We weat la after Mm. Hew I manned betag kaoefced dewa I doat kaew. The milkman teek tbe same risks. We were aerenc almeet as teea as the maa aad sped after Mm. I dea't know wbat streets we JoaMcd dewa. I kaew that at this ported It fiaabed acraes sty miad that I was mnlrtwc a ceaoidcaoaB aae ef myself. Here I wee racing dewa tbe slams ef Sehe at tbe btddlag ef a straagc mOkmaa. who never stepped leee Mm we leee Mm forever? If we TOLD IN FEW WORDS. ta " Keep It ap aad we'll get Mmf "Oar aaarry deaMed aad tacked, bat we stack te Mm tfll Jaet as we were jiaLhsb dewa the very worst leokteg etaeet ef the let be caddeady slipped lata a bw beaee. ef wMch tbe deer wae epea. My mils maa aerer leet a aoenad. He wManarad hearedy la my bhs eshertatfeac te me. .1. bare, gereraer. aad grab the eat of tbat ae matter whe be te! I kaow tbe way behind.' i a feeh be was geae. He had aajiiDi dewa aa alleyway aad dteap-peanI felt a real feel, aad tbe whale fatly af my actlea raebed la apea me. I bad left my wife straad-e- d la a shop la Bead street. I bed lest my bat aad my stick, aad here I was la aa almeet deserted street, staadtag eataMe a door waltlag with orders frem a strange maa te grab tbe mst pereea that came eat ef It. la twe seceads mere I weaM bare left tbe piece aad geae te the nearest batter, a wiser aad chastened maa. Bat Jest at that moment a bey of a beet gfteeB came eat ef tbe deer. My mflkmaa met bare left Me spell upea me. fer I Immediately threw my arms around Mm. "Lemme go, geveraerr be sheeted. 'I ain't deae aetta' te year "He straggled bard, aad tbe mere be straggled tbe mere I felt Impelled te beM Mm. Aad tbea seddealy. as if by magic, twe pottceeaee appeared oa the sceae and seised my boy for me. My laiWrman. wreathed ta smiles, appeared la the doorway frem which tbe bey bad Jaet eeme, seyieg blithely and qeete respectfelly: " 'Yeve deae that very wen, sir. We're get tbe ether two inside.' He then added. 'Ill jaet pat my bands over this yeeeg feller.' "He teek eff the bey's battered bat I aad eat ef the Metes eeme a rett ef jfS w Hank ef Begiand notes. He 'then went threegh the boy's clothes nd ntedaeed eat of Ms socks a pair ef raby and diamond earriags which, te my asteniebmeat. I saw were the very gewgaws that my wife bad taken with Iber te have reset Tbe detective, fer sty milkman was nothing less, tbea pinched tbe boy's car and said: "Where's tbe lady's begf " 'la tbe yard, sir,' be answered satk-lleneagb. "Tbe XBttfcaea retrieved K. asd, sre eneagb, k was ay wife's bag. "'Bat,' I said te the detective, 'bew did yea knew that I was ceaaeeted with tbe lady whe a was tMs bag? "It's ear baalDooo te know a few things,' be said. 'Bat If yea bada't beea game te raa we sbeald bare lost the let TTe were oaly jaet in time.' We left tbe boy and tbe twe mea la the beaee te tbe caetedy ef constables and teek a cab back te Bead street aad here tbe strangest part ef tbe story cases te. We feand my wife stsM dtscassiag her pearls with tbe jeweler, aeke unceaseieBS ef tbe fact tbat her bag was goae." y Shortest Robber Story In History, as Narrated by Voltaire. In his study of "Seven Great States' mea" Andrew D. White describes the work deae in the eighteenth century by tbe French minister Turgot against tbe vicious system then prevailing of "farmiag oat" tbe taxes. A great combination of contractors resulted, who grew eaormoasly rich at the people's expense, net however, without able criticism. ' This syndicate a seemed the charac' ter of what ia America of these days woaid be called a "combine," and at the bead ef it were the farmers gen eral, wealthy, powerful and, as a rule, merciless. Their power perraded the entire natiea. from tbe king's a part-meaat Versailles to the cottages of the lowliest village. Te these men and their methods Vol talre had made a reference which ran tbroagb France aad Indeed through Barope. A "party of Parisians were amusing each ether by telling robber stories. Presently Voltaire, who bad been MsteniBg quietly, said: "I can tell a robber story better thaa auy of yours." Tbe whole room immediately be came stteat and listened to tbe greatest personage in the French literature ef the eighteenth century. Voltaire after clearing his throat began as fellows: "Once on a time there was a fanner general." Then be was silent Presently all begaa to cry out: "Why de yea stop? Go on. Tell us tbe story." "I have told the story," said Vol taire. "Do you not see that my statement Implies the greatest robber story ts STANDARD MEASURES' ia history? What Is What Is a Bath? a bath? Is It tbe simple bath of hot or cold water and soap. er tbe Turkish bath of hot air or the BoDoinn one of steam, or the mud bath ef or the compressed air bath of Bcichenball, or tbe baths of wine favored by famous beauties, or the sun bath of modern bygfonlsts, or the Laplander's plunge late tbe hot blubber of a just killed wbale, or tbe bath of asses' milk, to provide which for his consort an Earl ef Pertman bought cheap tbe Port-ma- n estate north of Oxford street as a farm te keep a herd of asses? Now. which of these is a bath? London Chronicle. "The Almighty Dollar." Tbe Idea of the forceful phrase "the aimigbty dollar" is much older than the time of Washington Irving. Ben Jonsea's "Epistle to Elizabeth, Countess of Butland," commences thus: Whttat tbat for which all virtue now la Aad almost every vice, almlghtla cold. seet London Notes and Queries. When Tennyson Sat Up Nights. We have had Alfred Tennyson here; very droll and very wayward, and mech sitting up of nights till 2 or 3 ia tbe morning with pipes in our mouths, at which good hour we would get Alfred to give us some of his mag- if music, which he does between growling and smoking, and so to bed. Fitzgerald's "Letters" (183S). Had Misjudged Him. "Dees your fatucr ever kiss your mamma, Willie?" asked the lady who bad once been tbe gentleman's sweet heart. 'Yes, every morning when he goes away to the city." Dear me! And to think that I once deabtcd his courage!" Chicago Record-- Herald. What Is sot good for tbe swarm Is set good for the bee. Marcus Aure-Ua-- s. Creditors have better memories than debtors. Franklin. The Old Bucket and the Half Bushel Basket Were Alike. Farmer Giles had beard rumors of the short weight scandal; but, as for himself, he was honest In thought, word and deed. He was naturally incensed when an apple buyer from the city objected to his half bushel" measure, "Pve used that red backet five years," he said, "and I know it's correct" "A dozen years use wouldn't affect Its correctness," was the reply. "Have you any other reason for thinking it is correct?" The farmer controlled his anger and after a moment's thought led his critic to the corncrib and showed him NOVELTIES IN a 'basket woven from hickory splits. "That measure twice full fills .this," SPRING FOOTWEAR be said. "And this holds exactly a bushel." "How do you know it does?" "Because Bill Sullivan made It as High Buttoned Boots One of he makes baskets for everybody, and " he said It was a bushel." Still the man was not satisfied. They the Season's Fails. went to interview Bill. "Why, of course," said the basket maker, "I weave every one .of them There has come a marked change in of an exact size. I make only one boots, and because milady likes nov pattern basket to hold a bushel." "But how do you know the pattern sponded to a Gilt. elty she lntemls wearing them until holds a bushel?" warm weather actually sets iu. "How do I know? Tm sure of it The novelty comes in the fact that, I made It originally to bold two of instead of having only nine 'or ten butColonel Thomas Wentworth Higgln tons or coming only three or four this half bushel basket" son at tbe recent celebration in Bos "And this half bushel basket?" inches above the ankles, the leather birthday ton of his eighty-sevent- h Bill frowned and pulled his hair-i- n now Is high, so very high as to sugsaid: an effort to remember. Then his face gest hunting boots. Twelve or even "I find old age to be an enjoyable fourteen buttons are the thing, or brightened. period of life." "Why, yes," he said, 'Tm sure of It women who prefer lace boots may That Colonel Higglnson i3 happy in have their favorite kind and still wear I tried it one time, Giles, by that old old age is witnessed by the kindly hu red bucket measure of yours!" the newest height mor that illumines all his utterances. On all sides one hears that it Is to Youth's Companion. Thus, on his birthday, a beautiful young lady, an admirer of his books, be a season of tan and brown footThe Way to Bake Beans. wear; that black boots for spring are ventured to bring him a bouquet of To make baked beans soak one and roses. Colonel nigglnson asked her the exception save when a woman's pints small white beans overname, and then he said: costume necessitates them. This means one-hamourning literally, for even with an all night in soft water. In tho morning "xou live, I suppose, with your parents?" drain and parboil, but not enough to black suit tau may be worn. "No, sir," the lady replied. "My Calfskin, highly polished, is beet crush the beans. Place in the bottom parents are In heaven. I Uve with liked, although among the novelties of a bean pot several slices of bacon my husband." come smart effects made of buckskin. (salt or fresh pork), then put in about "Your husband, too, is in heaven,' Incidentally sandpaper Is the agent half the beans, over which sprinklo said Colonel Hlgginson gallantly. for keeping tbe latter leather soft and salt a heaping spoonful of brown sugrenewing it from mud or wet Over ar or New Orleans molasses, then more A Neat Correction. the spots a bit of coarse sandpaper is slices of the bacon. Over this place Uncle Joe Cannon at a dinner in rubbed lightly. It will rough the leath- the rest of tho beans, with the salt Washington said of speakers errors: er to natural texture aud will not wear sugar or molasses and bacon on top. "All speakers make queer errors now it out if rubbing is discontinued as Cover with soft water and bake at and then. Usually, though, they corsoon as the "nap" comes up. least eight hours, though they are betrect them with address. White buckskin can be treated in tbe ter if baked all day. Add Soft water "Once in the Illinois legislature there same manner. as needed. were two men, Montague Harrison and Much as tan Is to be worn in the Harrison . Montague. The first was morning, for afternoon it is not cor Tho High Hatbox. very short, the second very tall, but rect, as It lacks dressy qualities. And, If you keep your hatbox on a high the speaker during a debate once ad to differentiate further betweM fore- shelf in a closet you may find tho foldressed the former as the latter. noons and afternoons, lasts rW high lowing suggestion worth trying: Slit "He recovered himself, however, boots are pronounced In shape. open the two upright edges of one side quickly. He said, with a chuckle: They have fairly long vamps, wide of the hatbox, so that when the cover '"It is strange that I should take across the foot coming down to a Is raised this side will drop down as if Harrison Montague for Montague Har-tisoround, rather short point. There must on hinges. Th's will allow you to rethat I should make such a mis be a tip, preferably square in shape, move or replace the hat without taking take as that for there is as great a and perforated in finish, not alone the box from the shelf. Harper's. inference between you two gentle stitched. men as there Is between a horse chestHis Sincerity. rut and a chestnut horse.' "Detroit Enameled Buttons Back Again. "I was surprised when I heard that Free Press. The sudden growth in popularity of Grabrox had Joined the church." the enameled button Is only another In "I wasn't I happened to be present A Flier's Joke. stance of the way In which the pendu- when he and his business partner Hubert Latham, the Antoinette lum of fashion swings around. In the ihook dice to see which member of the flier, was talking at a tea In Los An palest of green and gold enamel, rim firm should Join." Indianapolis Jourgeles to a pretty California girl. med with cut steel, pearls, sliver and nal " "Mr. Latham," said the girl as she chased gold, the buttons add to a wotook her nineteenth walnut and lettuce man's coat or dress"an air of brightIn His Line. sandwich, "tell me, does flying require ness and beauty never possessed by "He Is building an immense arUfl-clany particular application?" the bone or mother-of-peabuttons mountain on his country estate." When our hatred is too bitter It "Well, no, none in particular," Mr. that have been in vogue the last few "Well, I'guess it comes sort of natu- places us below those whom we hate. Latham answered. "Arnica or horse years. ral for him to put up a bluff." Puck. liniment one's as good as another." La Rochefoucauld. non-Frienlf al rl Georgia Sinned as Late as 1819. Nowadays if a woman' forms the habits of talking too loud and too long or insists upon saying unpleasant things In wrong places and nt wrong seasons there are several things which may happen to her. If sho is a person of some social standing her husband may get a divorce, or if she belongs in ono of the lower .strata he may leave her without that little formality. If she makes life too unbearable for the neighbors she may possibly be arrested and fined. If she lives in England and interrupts tbe proceedings of parliament calls names, chases dignl-tirie- s to cover whenever they show themselves in public and knocks off policemen's helmets she is called a suffragette and sometimes imprisoned. But even the most "obstinately opprobrious and virulent woman," to quote tbe stately Addison, may be confident that she will escape the punishment meted out to her sister of old. Whatever happens, sho won't be sentenced to the ducking stool. In many ways modern life is tame and lacking in dramatic Incident for a self assertivo lady, nnd even the English suffragettes complain tbat they are not taken seriously enough. No such claim could have been mado in the past say between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, when far more rigid views prevailed on tho subject of feminine self repression.. In those days magistrates were unanimous In the conviction that "meekness is ye chojsest ornlment for a woman," and it was held a crime to speak "dls cornfully" of those in authority, civil or ecclesiastical. A woman must not even indulge in too. great freedom of speech in the privacy of her own home and neighborhood. Sometimes she did, and then sho was attended to In a simple' yet spectacular manner. Sho was bound securely to a stout chair firmly fixed to the end of a long beam, arranged to work up and down on the principle of tho seesaw, on the edge of a river or pond. On the bank at tho other end a man worked the contrivance by means of a strong chain, and she was given a ducking, which lasted until justice was satisfied or reform was promised, the populace of course gathering In large numbers to assist nt tho function. In England the practice was so general tbat each town had its ducking pond conveniently located where petty offenders of various kinds were disciplined. The pond for the western part of London was what is now a portion of Trafalgar square, Charing Cross. Many of tho old ducking stools are still in existence as curiosities. In the days of their activity they were kept In the church porches, where they doubtless pointed a moral as to tbe haughty spirit which gocth beforo a fall. The first colonists brought tho institution to this country, although it never flourished in New England. In fact there are no authentic records of the actual use of tbe ducking stool in these colonies, although a number of women were sentenced to be so punished. They had, however, other methods of treatment for ladies of a shrewish disposition, one ot these being tbe wearing of a cleft stick upon the tongue. In tbe central and southern colonies tbe custom was quite popular. In the seventeenth century ducking stools were in every county In Maryland, and in 1775 one was placed at tho confluence of the Ohio and Monongabela rivers. - In Virginia the penalty was Often employed, and hi 1G34 a Thomas Hart-l- y of that colony wrote, it Is said, to Governor Endicott of Massachusetts, giving a detailed account of a ducking administered to "one Betsey, wife of John Tucker, who by violence of her tongue bad made bis home and ye neighborhood uncomfortable." After describing the machine he adds: "Ye rope was slackened by ye officer, and ye woman was allowed to go down under ye water for ye space of half a minute. Betsey bad a stout stomach and would not yield until she bad allowed herself to be ducked five severall times." After she promised to "sin no more" Betsey was unUed and allowed to "walk home in her wetted clothes, a hopefully penitent woman." The ducking stool prevailed longer In America than in England. In the old country it does not seem to have been used later than 1809, but in Georgia women were ducked for scolding as late as 1819. it is interesting to note tbat In 1824 a woman in Philadelphia was sentenced to be ducked, but the decree was not carried out, as It was "deemed obsolete and contrary to the spirit of the times." A writer on colonial customs states tbat one of tbe last indictments for ducking in this country was thai of Mrs. Anno Royall In Washington, a lobbyist, who "became so abusive to congressmen that she was Indicted as a common scold beforo Judge William Cranch nnd was sentenced by him to be ducked in the Potomac. She was, however, not subjected to the ducking indignity, but was released with a fine." Bellman. George - Stevenson. They will bo tried before Judge A. M. J. Cochran in the Uncle Joe's Quakership. Representative A. Mitchell Palmer of Federal Court at Richmond. Danville Pennsylvania is telling a good story will be well represented at the next session of the Federal Court. oa Speaker Cannon. "Few people realize," said Mr. Palm Constipation brings many ailments in er, "that the Quakers have a larger its train and is the primary cause of congress, In. propor much sickness. Keep your bowels regurepresentation in tion to the membership of the sect, lar, maaam, and you will escape many than any other religious body. There of tho ailments to which women are is a are 200,000 Quakers in the United subjects Constipation simplevery simple things, it thing, but like many The present apportionment may lead to serious consequences. States. o calls for one member of the house for often needs a little assistance and approximately each 200,000 of popula when Chamberlain's Tablets are given tlon, and yet there were nine Quakers at the first indication, much distress in the Sixty first congress. These were and suffering may be avoided. Sold by Representative Cocks of New York, Stockton & Son. Butler of Pennsylvania, Griest of Beautifying. Pennsylvania, Barnard of Indiana The new concrete walks just com Heald of Delaware, Speaker Cannon and myself. Over in tbe senate the pleted on 'the campus of Madison Quakers were Hey burn of Idaho, Scott Institute has added wonderfully to the of West Virginia and Dixon of Mon looks of tho place and has made it ono tana. of the most beautiful spots in the city. 'Strictly speaking, there are only nine The driveway leading from Second of us. - Speaker Gannon excommunl- street to the grounds will be reconstructed and many other improvements wiU be added before school opens in September. Na-turR4-11-- The Danville Advocate says;' United States Detective J. A. Coleman, of Is a specialty to which we give special inu'oh or how Somorset, . arrested two more alleged attention. No matter how little the watch is defective or damaged liquor sellers the past few days. This we take particular pride in doing the time ho nabbed Brady .Harlan and as aa Watch Repairing good work so the timepiece will be We do or better than when new. jewelry ropalring and remodeling in the same way Test us with some piece you . cannot use F. J. YEAGER Through Service to Louisville Daily Except Sunday, Commencing May 1 Louisville & Nashville R. R. ON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES 11:30 am 5:00 am 12:50 pm 6:20 am 7:22 am ' 2:00-p236 pm 7:56 am 2:58 pm 8:18 am 3:35 pm 8:55 am 4:25 pm 9:45 am 6:25 pm 12:15 pm Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Now is the time of year to feed your cures fowls a good tonic. Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healthy, but makes them lay. Price 50c No Cure, No Pay. Guaranteod by your druggists, Stockton & Son. Try it under tho guarantee. Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry. Lim-bernec- k. 40-5- - BEATTYVll.I.F. IRVINE RICHMOND VALLEY VIEW NICHOLASVUiE VERSAILLES Ar. Ar. FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE An 2:45 pm 9:45 Ar. 1:25 pm 825 Ar. 1220 pm 6:55 Ar. 11:44 am 6:19 Ar. 1122 am 5:57 Ar. 10:45 am 520 Lv. 9:55 am 4:30 Lv. 7:40 am 2:00 pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm Very Quiet It is too hot to talk politics in Madison county is the conclusion reached by the Democrats voters and the approaching primary can hardly get ten words in the usual run of the daily conversations in and around the court house, and in the different sections of the county,, where politicians gather. Base ball in Richmond has completely overshadowed "JOSEPH, THEE HAH COMMITTED X GREAT and eren the renewed activity in Mexico WBONO." has pushed it aside. Ex County Clerk cated himself the day he was married. Jesse Cobb has two or three personal When the meeting beard of Cannon's for Democratic marriage they sent a committee to him. friends, candidates "'Joseph,' said the committee, 'thee honors and he is perhaps the only one has committed a great wrong by mar that is opening his mouth one whit rying a If thee will say about the great event on July 1st. that thee are sorry thee will be taken When a medicine must be given to back into the meeting.' young children it should be pleasant to " 'Brothers,' said Cannon, 'thee come to me too soon. If thee will come to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is me in about a year I will be able to made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its preparation gives it a flavor tcU thee whether 1 am sorry.' " "They would not wait a year," in similar to maple syrup, making it pleasterrupted the speaker, who was enjoy ant to take. It has no superior for colds ing the story, "and they lost a good croup and whooping cough. For Salo by Quaker. However, I am not lonely, Stockton & Son. because, although Palmer says Sen ators Dixon and Scott are Quakers, I Crutcher Will Speak. dou't think either of them works at it Hon. B. A. Crutcher, the aggressive any more than I do." Washington State's attorney for this district, has Times. been honored by the John Morgan Chapter, Daughters of tho Confederacy, THE COMPLIMENT at Nicholasville, by beiug selected to deliver the Memorial address on Sunday at WITTY AND GRACIOUS afternoon Mr. Mapel Groveancemetery, that city. Crutcher is orator of much force, possessing that ease of delivery and command of language How Colonel Hlggtnson Re which makes'him a speaker of the first rank. Burnam's Insurance Agency. We insure tobacco in the field. Rates cheap. tf All trains are daily except Sunday and carry through coaches to and from Louisville. Train arriving Louisville 625 pm and leaving Louisville 7:40 am runs via Shelbyville. Other trains run via Lagrange. See your Local Agent for Full Particulars We have ju.t received our last ear of up-tc-da- te Farm Implements Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Genuine Walking Brown Cultivators, J. I. Case Riding Cultivators, J. I. Case and Black Hawk Corn Planters, Tornado and Bellview Double and Single Disc Harrows, T. H. C. Hay Presses, Deering Mowers, Binders and Rakes, and Stude-bak"Wagons. Call and look these over before buying. er D. B. e Shackelford & Telephone 33 Co. L. & N. Time Table South Bound. No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. No. 7L Richmond to Stanford. De parts 0:30 a. m. No. 1. Louisville to Beatty ville Arrives 12:15 p. m. Departs 12:22 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knorville. Arrives 11:02 a.m. Departs I2:17a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. No. 3. Louisvillo to Beattyville Arrives 0:55 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stanford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 7:25 p. m. North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. No. 2: Beattyville to Louisville Arrives 7:20 a. m. Departs 7:22 No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:12 p. m. No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar. rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 n. m. No.' 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives 3:00 p. m. No. 4. Beattyville to Loulsvilln Arrives l:34p. m. Departs 1:30 p.m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs 5:10 p. m, No's 31, 37, 33, 27. 34, 28, 33, 32 are Daily trains. No's 71. 1. 3. 9. 10. 2. 70 4, daily Except Sunday. J. P. RUCKER, Act Mid-nigha-- Rural Telephones Mr Farmer ilate your home as modem for your family as a city ret denco and place yourself in a position to pet the latest market quotations any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, whe you and your neighbor can gat for a sum that is small compared with the ben fits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville, Tennessse, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line rate If at present youare not enjoying telephone service, we can irumediate'v nterestyou. Our lines cover the States ot Kentnctv. Tennessee, MississipD ouisiana and the Southern poition of Indiana and Illinois. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. "When in town don't fail to see the new 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Wo aro 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 jour household goods here and SAVE MONEY Opposite Elder's. 5 cents you can buy many items LEDFORD'S 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building lift When II PRINTING and don't know how it should be dome, consult . ' If you want A dynamite explosion would not be necessary to wake you to the fact that a 5TAR or II MAJLSTIC Refrigerator is necessary to both health and comfort and a material reduction in your ice bill. They are built with zinc or enamel lining with heavy walls. Prices: ?! $50, "6 9 $9.50, $12.50, $15.00 You'll Like It and up according to size wanted 69 ' Climax Printing Company JLl Try Our Easy Payment Wesn Sfeeet llan 4--4 ''"-l-P-lwlwIwIwlwIsfwlK. i NJLvA H SA W AaV-.A- A and Higgins Opposite Hotel Qyndon yattfea taMM-aMgtasaaaaaaaaB- II AM & COMPANY'S 4fc "111 AND CLEARANCE Sale Begins Saturday, May at 8 o'clock A. M. and Sale Begins Saturday, May 27tln at 8 o'clock A. M. and Closes Saturday June 10th at 10 o'clock P. M. If you are looking for more than your money's worth you will be here t Check off the articles you need now, then come prepared to share in the. tremendous money saving benefits of this great sale Be here when it opens you will surely come again Watch Red Tickets for Bargains Closes Saturday June 10th at 10 P. M. This sale offers the greatest values for the least money t 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 don't need to read this. If you are alive to the needs of money saving, read, reflect, come The Real Loud Noise of All Big Sales The Sale That Draws the People for 100 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 Mrefally and sc where yoU ian 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 take care of them & Our Loom End Sale Begins Saturday, May 27, Closes Saturday, Jvne Clothing Bargains Although it is right in tho beginning of the season, AVhen everybody is thinking of buying a new suit, we have decided to sell our entire new stock in two weeks. So here goes $25.00 Suits now $18.75 22.00 Suits now 10.50 15.00 20.00 Suits now 18.00 Suits now. 13.50 r 12,00 10.00 Suits now 15.XX) Suits now 11.00 12.00 Suits now 8.30 7.4Q 10.00 Suits now You all know what it meaas when we advertise one of our Sales. We 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 bigger and better values than you ever before received & & & & & for your money. We have never disappointed you'and we will not begin now J Over 20,000 yards of Calicoes, the very best have been bought forthis sale and you will buy tnem for less than cost to brands, in dark and light blues, shepherd checks, reds, silver grays, black and white and shirting prints We have reduced all our shoes for this sale not a single pair reserved. Our fine Wm. Knee-lan- d Shoes for men go in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Come and pick 'em out, we have many extraordinary'bargains to offer you in the shoe department. You will see special racks of f shoes at the 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. one-hal- cInkie (fitting We are sole agents for the American V just received our new "Queen Quality "9 styles for Spring VPe've and they re leauties. Pe did not Hosiery Bargains One' lot mon's Ilalf Hose, tan, black and fancy, all full regular made, usually sell 2 . H pair for 25p; Sale prico Loom End Bargains One lot bleached Table Damask, yards in lot, 04 inches wide, regular price 50c yard; Loom End price . about 3db Or aJG 6c 5c bor- Ilalf Hose in all colors, fancy and plain, genuine lislo thread C One iot of men's 25c ' Lady Corsets for. this city. We are show ing all the new shapes and best rfodels. Wo are making speoial prices on"tlum lor this sale. If you havent been wearing Amortcan Lady Corsets, you don't know what it is to wear the best fitting corset on the market. Try one at our sale priiie. A Flyer in Wash 12 Goods Loom End prico... . . . Look for the Red Tickets -- 350 yards all Linen Crash, 18 inches wide, in lengths from 2 to 5 yards, regular 10c value; Loom End price 25 dozen good size Hup); Towels, price at retail 10c each; our Loom One lot ladies"black hoso, full regu Jar, and good quality, regular price 10c pair Loom End price, - made. We bought especially for this sale one lot of beautiful wash fabrics, Lawn, Madras Cloth, Dimities, Etc., all in now figures and stripes, in lengths from 2 to 12 yards; regular price JI c; the The makers have outdone "ferice. themselves. Smart, snajifiy styles with plenty of comfort and service just what you have leen looking for. You'll luy here eventually. VChy not to-da- y? lelieve such footwear ftossille at S One lot ladies' gauze Lisle Hose, our regular 25c values; fZ Loom End price . Loom End price . OC regular End price 35 dozen Ono lot of ladies' ribbed top black Hose, full regular made, generally. sell for 19 pair; 0 Loom End prico Ono lot of ribbed black Hose for children in sizes from 5 to 10, egular 15c values; O Ono lot ladies' fine gauze Lisle Hose, can't tell them from silk, Tegular price 50c; Loom End price . JOr Ono lot, about 500 yards, check and striped Ginghams for dresse3 or aprons, in lengths from 2 to 10 yarns, regular price 8 T C Loom End price c; ' 2 All Queen Quality Shoes J 5 percent Offdufing Sale . extra size Iluck Towels in red ders and plain white, our regular price prico 15c each; Loom-En- O Loom End price f C Men's pnro Silk Half Hem in all colors and black, regular 50o values; Loom End prico ....... OT One lot Everett Classic Chunbrays just the thing for shirts or dresses, regular 12 value. In lengths from 2 to 10 yards; V Or Loom End price . l-- ' t' R1CHMO WD. N D OLDHAM - ) IT ojto - 'H ' ; KE I i NT V CO.K C Y A Leader AB C Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co., will lonn money at 5 per cent interest on ijooa improved iaim lauds on Mortp,-eApply to J. C Chenanlt, Atty. . 6-- Election Valid. I TO CURE SORE BUNIONS Treatment Marvelously Quick for This and All foot Troubles. Patent Flour AT per 24 pound sack Its the best and leads them all in quality 59c Sewell & McKinney Westminster Qiimn TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede HaH dock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and aa article of furniture for home, oSce, or iastkuboa, appeak alike to utility, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movemeBt mswes corredaess of bate; the solid oak or mahogany case, with classic hues, conforms to good taste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding die hours and quartets after the peak of Whktmgton or Westminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour. The fifty styles give ample choice in desi, size, and price, ail showing the moon's phases k the dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Qock Co. of this city, and wiMscad Skistrated catalog on request Gifts by Mail. Yoh can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Sterling S8ver. SheSeld Plate, Gold and Silver Jc weir-- . Mantel Clocks, Eto, through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices. . Correspondence solicited. Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths . The Frank Herschede Co. Hcrackede Building, Fourth Street, Easts CinaBBCii, Ohio $75 to $750 t t ST. S TODD Contractor and $ t t 9 Builder 9 ESTIMATES FURNISHED 0N APPLICATION 9 Shop in Rear oi McKee Building Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky 9 The Climax $1,00 Per Year New Firm Ready Son, I will continue the business at the same stand ad keep a full supply always of "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Calo-cid- e compound in a basin of hot wafer; IUcbmoud, Kv- soak the feet in this for lull fifteen, minutes, gently massaging the soro parts. (Less time will notvglve desired results.) Repeat this each night until All cure Is permanent. pain and inflammation, is drawn out instantly and the bunion soon is reduced T. R. Pennington to normal size. Corns and callouses can be peeled Dentist. right off and will stay oft, Office post door to Government bull J Sore, tender feet and ing Richmond, Ky. smelly, sweaty feet need but a few treaatments. twenty-fiv- e cent package of vCalocide is usually sufficient to put the worst Buccessor to Margin & Venoj feet in fine condition. Calocide is no longer confined to only the doctors' Orer State Rant A Trust Company use. Any druggist has it in stock or TBLEPHONB will quickly get it from his whole sale house. This will prove a wel come item to persons who have been Warning to Railroad Men. valnlr trying to cure their foot E. S. Bacon, II St., Bath, Me., sends troubles with Ineffective tablets . and A to railroaders: out this warning foot powders. conductor on iho railroad, my work "caused a chronic inflammation of the AxomEn era of nation wide speculat kidneys, and I was miserable and all played out. A Xriond advised Foley ion has passed. This time the people': Kidney Pills and from the day I com- - sparo cash went into land projects many mencod taking tliom, 1 boga to regain my strenjrth. The inflammation dear- of which have proven just about as ed and I am far better than I have been productive of dividends as have in the for twenty years. The weakness and past similar flyers in stock exchanges. dizzy spoils arc a tiling of the past and Many people of this community hav I highly reoommonded Foley Kidney contributed to the land boom. They Pills." have been attracted by tho fact .that the Stockton & Son. property they bought is far from home Notice to Creditors. and, as a rule, in a locality that they All parties having claims against knew littlo, if anything, about. A h Pauline It. Harris, deceased, are re- amount of this business has boen done quested to file same properly verified by prospectus and circular letter, and ih as required by law, to the undersigned some cases the buyer will be happier bxecutor. on or before July 1st, lull. if he never sees what ho bought." Wi Also all parlies indebted to tho deceased, Pauline It. Harris, either by all believe in land investments, but wo note or account are requested to call have some good land here In our own and settle same witu the unuersigneu county of Madison that ought to be im 9l W. S. Broaddng. Executor. proved. This movement has take capital from In the Wake Measles our community that might otherwise The liule son of Mrs. O. B. Palmor, have been spent for local improvements Little Kock, Ark., had the measles, for homes, schools, churches, better The result was a severe cough which roads, farm improvements, and many grew worse and was so sovere ho could other things which would have mado not sleep. She says: "One bottle of for ihc greater prosperity of this vicinity, Foley's Honey ami Tar Compound com We believo now, however, that tho lime pletely cured him and he has never been has come lo center attention upon the bothered Croup, whooping welfare of Richmond and Madison since." cough, measles oauph all yiohl to Fo county. Wo believe also that it is time ley's Honey and Tar Compound. The to forget about politics, the tariff and genuine is in the yellow package. Re other bogles and settle down to plan for fuse any substitute. bettering this particular community by Stockton & Son. strong cooperative effort. It has been said that the tariff is Ricci's ice cream is doliowus. Every one talks about it. Any flavor mado local issue and, in largo measure, the to order and delivered promptly. tf samo may be said of prosperity. The business men of this vicinity have it in their power lo make prosperity in this Folye's Kidney Remedy locality, but, in order to accomplish Acted Quickly. someinmg delmite, their money must 31. J. iieorge. tronualc, Ala., was be kept at home and spent at home, bothered with kidney trouble for many years. "I doctored, and tried kidney Our general wolfaro will not be promoted by sending it to Canada or to any medicines without material benefit. tact, kept getting worse. 1 was per part of the world with which we hav suaded to try Foley Kidney Komedy, no daily business relation. and before taking it threejlays I could ueneed a commercial club lo lay leel its benehoml ela-cls- . The pain left my back, my kidney action cleared up, out a campaign of development which will mako this a better place to livo in and I am so much better I do not. lie-s-i tnte to recommend Folov Kidnov 'inuBE Is o Place Like Home" when Uemedy to all suffer." averyono is trying lo mako it a bettor Stockton & Son place. The time for action is right Fresh caughl'fisu at Culton's; leave now. We can afford to disregard ovory other issue but that of local prosperity orders early. oui we snouiu oe up ana doing spme When m need of BlucksmiOting in any thingto futher our own interests. W of its branches, Farming Implements, have in this vicinity fino homos, good Buggies, 'Carriages, Wagons, Rubber farms, good schools, good roads and tires &c get prices from R. E. Miller, many othor things 'that help to mako life worth living. Let's try to make f. Union City, Ky. them still bettor and put our money into Call on Covington & Thorpe for gro solid iraprovemiuls at home, ceries. You will save 10 cents on ovory A merchant may have the bost stock dollar. tf of goods in town and be selling at Cheapest accident insurance Dr. attractive prices, but if lie" does not toll Thomas' Electric Oil. Steps the pain the public about it ho is not going to and heals the wound. All druggists son much. Tbe best way to. tell tho people is through tho newspaper which sells it-reaches practically every home in the Fire, Life, Accident and Iloakh Insur city and county. The Climax. ance. The very best old line Companie Wno believes gasoline will go down f, . Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. The prompt manner by which the oc "Don't let the baby sutfor from eczema. topus bowed to the decision of the Su seres or any ilobtng of the skin. Doan's preme Court is but a shrowd move to uinimofli gives instant relief,, cures fool the public. quickly. Perfectly safe fer children. All J. M. Howell, a nooular drurcrist of druggists soils it. ureensourg, Ky., says, we use Julian own Denams uougn ueraedy Dan Breck, fire, light ning, cyclone household and know it is in our excellent.' and live stock insurance. tf tor sale by Stockton & Son. The contest Board in Nicholasville, composed of county Judge Phillips, and Magistrates J. R. Williams and R. J. Curd, sitting in the local option contest, declared the election to bo valid and the contest dismissed. No argument wasmade'on either side. The contestants prayed an appeal to tho Circuit court, which was granted aqd they-claiif defeated there, they will talce it to the Court of Appeals. The election was held on April 14th and resulted,. n a victory for tho."wets" by C3 votes. A Hopeful Message to Scalp Sufferers and Men Who's Hair Is Thinning. Dandruff riW bald later. Tho same is true of scalp diseases. In fact baldness is a scalp disease. Tho trouble with the greasy salves and lotions, tho dandruff add scalp cures you have tried so far is that they don't do anythirig but temporarily relievo tho itching .and cake the dandruff so it docs not fall until it is dried out again. Nothing can cure really cure such troubles, but a real scalp medicine that will kill the germs causing dandruff and scalp disease. Learning from leading fellow druggists throughout America that they had found a whirlwind cure for dandruff, eczemn and all diseases of the skin and scalp tho H. L. Perry's Drug Store, on proving to the laboratories compound. ing tho treatment, that it is the most prominent drug store in this city, secured the agency for the remedy. This remedy is ZEMO, sho clean, liquid pre paration that kills the germ of disease and ZEMO SOAP to wash the scalp or skin clear and clean of the dandruff or scale and by its antiseptic qualities soothe and heal. Sold and guaranteed by druggists ev erywhere and in Richmond by IL L. 3Perry. j In The Grand Stand Among 5 wideAwake Americans Clothes In every gathering of men-who-kno- That's where you see Adler's Collegian ? well-dresse- d, w Catarrh Quickly Cured by a Pleasant, Germ-Killin- g R. Emmett Million Antiseptic DENTIST - Hyomei (pronounce it inhaler is mado of hard rubber, and can easily bp carried in last-- a. lifetime. pocket or purse. Into this inhaler you pour a few drops of magical HYOMEI. This is absorbed by tho antiseptic gauze within, and now you are ready to d breathe it in over the membrane, where it will speedily "begin its work of killing catarrh germs. HYOMEMs made of Australian eucaly ptus combined with other antiseptics, and is very pleasant to breathe. It is guaranteed to cure catarrh, bronchitis, soro throat, crbnp, cogghs and, For Sale. colds or money back". It cleans out a stuffed-u- p heap in two minutes. Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet Sold by B. D. Middleton and druggists R. K. STONE Apply everywhere. Complete outfit, Including indestructible pocket inhaler and Sand, lime, cement, brick, wall plas ono bottle ef HYOMEI, $1.00. And ter, rock and screenings, In any quanti if you need a second bottle of ty and at lowest rices. No delay; see nYOMEI, it wHTcost only 50 cents. 44tf us. W. Y. Broaddus & Co. High-o-'me- The little ) manly at work or at play this famous make is easily recognized There are many reasons why you, too, should wear Adler's Collegian Clothes First, they offer the most for ? your money In them you get the very best style and each garment is made to fit, Really Fit You have a choice of patterns and shades in Adler's Collegian materials that no other clothes can offer And the long wear they afford the way each garment holds its shape to the end makes them a real economy -- It-wi- germ-infeste- Old Negro. telegram received here Thursday by. W. S. Oldham announced the death of "aunt Josie" Chenault, an old colored servant of his fathers' which occurred at her home in Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday. Her husband amassod a comfortablo little fortuno in this county and moved to Ohio several years ago. "Aunt Josie" was in the Oldham family for thirty years and assisted the Mother in rearing Messrs. William, Sanford and James, all of this county. Her remains wero interred in Dayton. A For Sale. Having decided to go to California will still my property, known as the Hobson building next to postofllce. H has 18 rooms with bath and instantan eous water heater, and stoam heat throughout. Gas and electric lights. Lot extends back to Irvine street with buildings on that street. This brings in from $1,200 to 1,500 per year. For futher information call on Mrs. Claude Smith 4t next to postofllce. Richmond Ky. l oHhe - Prices $1 to $25 c Other Good Makes $J0 to $J5 c IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE The family with young children strengthening: the little stomach mus that is without sickness in the house cics, win immediately correct the trou now and then is rare, and so it is im- ble. portant that the head of the house This Is not nlnn nnr n?ninn kW should know what to do in the little that of Mrs. N! H. Mead of Freeport, emergencies that arise A child with -- " nuusc g'anuuaugnier nas Deen a serious ailment needs a doctor, it is takinir it successfully and of Mrs. J. true, but in the majority of instances, JL Whiting of Lena, Wis., who "gives as any doctor knows, the child suffers it to her children and takes it herself. from some intestinal trouble, usually It is sold in fifty cent and one dollar constipation. bottles at everv rlrucr stnr hift if nt. There is no sense in giving it a pill want to test it in your family before or a remedy containing an opiate, nor juu uuy n. scna your auaress to JUT. is flushing of the bowels to be always Caldwell and he will forward a trial recommended. Rather give it a small bottle free of charge. H THE ROYAL Home of Good Clothes Corner 2nd and Main J. 5. Stanifer, Proprietor 9 James & Hunley "Will "buy or sell your bouse, farm town lots or any tbing else in tbe Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arenneed oved I dose of a mild, gentle laxative tonic Address him Dr. W. like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, 402 Caldwell buildinir. which, by cleaning out the bowels and Tit 111. For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqRE - ed. We represent iron bound ifnntiretln , re insurance uompanies member this. . r,Mmn Dr. C . Going to Build? IF SO, LET US FIGURE .YOUR Graduate JIcKllHpp V ta Inatj of Chicago. 1 1 R Mainhart liege VeterinarySurgeon Office at J. R. Azbill's Stable Office Phone 99 -Res. Phone 532 J Richmond, Ky ep Telephone 425 I H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR t-- I BLANTOn m w mm mitm mmvv i m solicage of those its patron needing services of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, ENTUCKY. GREEN LEAF & HERRlNGTON 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 ih large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Grocery & Meat Market Have Moved My Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Building on Second Street opp. Court House J. R. PARKE Telephone 39 Lost Great State. Attobnkyat-La Irvine Street Jmco over State Bank & Trust Co.. op-iiuoiio tsuuri nuuoe, im main oireer. Tate Hariag purchased the grocery stock of & Choice Staple and Fancy-Grocerie- s Phone us your orders for quick delivdry3 3?. 35. Tbe smallest .order gets our closest itttentioH as well as the largest. Remember we sell field Seeds in any Quantity and Also Hay D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney i Son Successor to Tat E. Main Street We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers and Binders and Binder Twine 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 TAYLOR & OLDHAM Red steer strayed from my place Shortstop Olsen, of tlio Richmond four miles from lown on Tate's Creek Bluegrass league team, hails from Savin pike. Reward. G. W. Deatherage. burg, Kan., and thinks that state is the Phone 200-- 2 R. D. No 4 best in the country and is loud in hi praises of the great Kentuckian. Gover Real Estate. nor Hoch, who is making Kansas such All persons desiring oither to sell or an ideal state. Olsen says. "There are a half million young mdn purchase lend or other property or to make rentals of tame will find it to their and women in Kansas over twentv-on- e years of ago who have never seen a 'saloon interest to piece the same with me as in that stale, there is not a Kansas news am a member of the National tivn Rnakv Hn I nf Wliinf,in II till paper which publishes a liouor adver VU) agents throughout the United States, tisement: d of tho counties Mexioo.and Cuba. Also my services as of Kansas have not a prisoner in their auctioneer may be secured bv colIin" on flails nor a pauper in their , e mc at my residence, No. 200 Third St., one-hatho countie&of Kansas did not Uiohmond, Ky. S. B. Scott, send a convict to tho penitentiary last f22-t- f year: Kansas stands first in tho per Fer soreness ol the muscles, whether capita valuation of assessed property. induced by violont exercise or injury. For Sale. Chamberlains Linimont is oxcollent I have a splendid carriage for sale, This liniment is also highly .esteemed for the roliof it affords in cases of Brewster, in fine condition, it is a a de rheumatism. Sold Sby tookton & Son pot wagon, carry four or five people. It has both summer and winter side doors, pole and shafts. I also have a set of So Deceptive hand Many Richmond People Fall to gentle made carriage harness and a lanre harness horso Realize tbe Seriousness. ' sell worth the money.all of which I will Backache is so deceptive. Dr. Clarence H. Yaught, It comes and goes keens you guess ing. A Reliable Medicine-N- ot a Learn the oeuse then cure it. Narcotic. Nine tlmos out of Jen It. comos -- from the kidneys. ' Mrs. F. Marti, St.' Joe, Michigan, savs That's why Dr' Doatfs Kidney Pills "Our little boV contracted a severe hrnn. are so Ml c dive. dual troublo and as the doctor's modi We present the following case - as cine did not euro him.'I gave him Foley' proof of their merits. Honey and Tar which - Mrs. Ella Bales, 130 Georgetown St nave great iaim. Compound incouirh asI it cured the Lexington, Ky., says: "My faith in .well as the choking and gagging spells, Doan's Kidney Pills lias not dimished and he got well in a short time. Folnv in tho least since I publicly recommend Honey and Tar Compound has manv ed them in 190a I suffered for a num times saved us much trouble and wearo ber of years from kidney disease. I had never without it in the house." The pains in my back, especially severe at genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse night and as the result I could not rest ubstilutes. Sold by Stockton & Son well Headaches and dizzy spells wore Am thoroughly prepared to do all common, and I felt miserable most of fly screen work at lowest pric the time. The pains in my back and kinds of through my kidneys often prevented cs. Leavo call at Douglas, Simmons & 42 3m R. A. Barlow. me from doing my housework and al- Deatherage. In caso of rheumatism rnfinf frnm though I tried nil kinds of liniments and plastors, 1 became no better. A friend, pain makes sleep and rest. possible. This who had used Doan's Kidney Pills with way oo ooiaiucu oy applying unamber-lain'- s Liniment. For Siln hv StnpL-trgood results finally advised mo to try & Son. them and I procured a supply. They Barred Rock Eggs For Sale. nelped me from 'the first, and by the I havo forsalein any quantity Thomp- time I had taken the Contents of Hve boxes I was well." ton's strain Rarred Plymouth Roclc r -r. . ' i 1For sale bv all deiilpra Prlro lai cents. Fosfor-MIlbuCo.. Buffalo. luinlshod.for lots of 100 eggs or more. New York, snhi noon to fnr Ilia Cr P. Miller, :8tate. mch Richmond", Ky. ??Rf member the name Doan'a and take no OtheT, Sick hqidaclie je.sults rom a dis' Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone ordered condition of tho stomach; and and live stack Insurance. If can be cured by the use of Chsmberkin Gott Bros, wilntTyour wool at highest Stomach and .Livej- - TftbioU. JTry H price. For le by Stocktotf kok. xt. a- S10HMOND. - , KENTUCKY. Harry M Blanton, y- Srtfln miy lo Bennstt - DENTIST g. Bali-in- iele phone im Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin-- 1 seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest priee3. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have ;, H. L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a one-thir- poor-hous- lf l Unexpected Guests Specialty, Offlcq,in Bank Building. Dr Robt ' The farmer" and Kis" wife "were about to sit down to a cold supper when they saw some old friends, .driving " towards the. house. Dentist C Boggs RICHMOND Telephono 267 Office in Oldham Build,tng M. WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY The good wife was equal to 'the her New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e. occasion-r-than- kV to She had it lit In a moment, and her guests hardly were seated on the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table sausagesj and eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon, and rolls just crisped in the oven and fresh coffee and the hostess herself as coel and neat as if she had not been near the kitchen. nwrr m;?j4 liav mmf? tf nK an The New Perfection is the quickest, most convenient and best cooker " ' on the market. t .M chaaam. knitted 2- - iftd3-Wn- rf itorncia beUcTirti or ynAoot uUmI Im. which i. fionl willk crop (hehra, lew! rub. etc Dnlenmrnrbcrai or wriufof cb. Knpinre circiutr lo toe aerat M.J.wM. I Efi&fe fe to 1 .- -J 4I ku. awqtme bloc Timrl.rf r . Certtfp 'ol Douglas, Simmons. & Deatherage' for to tijt Appointment Kilook-:stov-g fW (laeerporttei) My Wall Paper Stock can furnish anything in this Ajso Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please , the most fastidious . . . people : : : . ;: I tfH -- is complete and irxalft? : : : : of Qie. famou line. &nsle anii lamp r- . rn t n$t lam? Jtofftfetf - it-,- .: Z . - -- W. L. LEEDS Third Street RirhrVvrvr