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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 17, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912011701_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 17, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Pages Titer-Scct- ta THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND,. MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17; 1912 DEATH SUMMONS whorl he saw when sho was attending school horq at tho old Female .Academy tauefct by Mr. and Mrs. Murchison. Miss Allen was from Greenville, Tenn., but had come to school in this city bo causo'of tho state of atfa'rs in Tennes see on account of the war. He father owned much land and numbered among his friends here the Gist and Joter families, which were very prominent and extensive. Of this marriage a number of children were born, those living being Dr. M. Ernest Jones, of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. W. R. Potter wife of the Presbyterian minister of Covington, Tenn., and W. B.. Jr.. and R. A. Jones, who are in tho mercantile and livestock business in this city.' Ho leaves ono brother, James Jones, who is an extensive planter of Fairfield county. Captain Jones was a brother of the dashing Major Joo T. Jones, of Capt. John II. Morgan's who, with command. Morgan; the Rev. E. O. Guerrant, who is widely known as tho present head of the Soul Winner's movement; the Rev, Ben Bigstaff, who, in his day, was a evangelist, and Governor the present chief executive of of Kentucky, were captured by the Federals and confined in prison at Columbus, Ohio, with many other prisoners, but these four, with two others, whose names are not known, by their daring managed to escape on November 27 by digging through feet of solid masonry and only ono was recaptured. Captain Jones during his life was a farmer and stock raiser in Kentncky, though he brought his stock in many instances to this State to be marketed. He was an elder in tho Presbyterian church for nearly fifty years." y, 8Hfrt TiilT Om Sectm NUMBER 30 jh YEAR The Effective Laxative 0 m JEoir Best Confederate Reunion. Macon, Ga., is making A Gallant Confederate 5o! TASTE LIKE AND IS EATEN LIKE CANDY great prepara- dier at the Ae of Almost 86 Years. :rls, The following account of the death of Capt. William Barnott Jon's was sent out from Uulon, S. 0., whoro he spent his last days: 'Capt. William Barnett Jones, who was for many years a well known citi zen of Richmond, Ky., and who served Jn the war between the States with special distinction under Gen. Eirby Smith, is dead here, after an Illness of several months at the homo of his son, II. A. Jones. Captain Jones came to Union to make this his home on May 2 of last year, which was his 85th birtday, but it was not until about two months ago that he was stricken with an illness, from tho effects of which ho has gradually declined. Captain Jones was a man of a gentle, retiring disposition and temperate in all his habits. During the war between tho States Captain Jones was such a bravo and efficient officer that after the surrender, Gen. Kirby Smith is said to have taken him in his arm and said that he was the best officer in his command. Somo of his Cattle, Horses, Hogs Is PraetktMy Indcsfruettite Turns war experiences were very thrilling. On one occasion a woman, tho wifo ot a Federal officer, asked permission of him to pass through tho Confederate lines that she might see hor husband. Cap ;4 tain Jones gallantly acted as her escort. A day or two after this Captain Jones was captured and tried by court-ma- r tial, which was presided over by General Houck, the charges against him being that he was a spy, guerrilla and horse thief. This so aroused Captain Jones' ire thct he declared it was a lie. Judge Houck then announced that he would hang him not only for being a T v vsar new fence for years to come. Get the big. heavy wires, the spy, but for contempt of court as well. c - .rt.-thgood galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of st- -l ;f s"t- - too hard nor too soft. By a strange coincidence a member "of s. JDshowvou this fence n oar stock and exDlain its merits f of the court-martiwas the husband of cr ir.ty, not only in the roll ijat m the Seid. Come ana see us cd sei z the woman whom Captain Jones had escorted through his lines a few days before- - This officer objected to tho death sentence, and it was decided to send Captain Jones to Camp Chase. The hanging over him, he was For the benefit of those who are engaged in the poultry charges stillto on dea committed :s;"ss, which has grown to such enormous proportions in manding, better dungeon, but were quarters they few years, we desire to announce that we will handle given him. In a day or so Judge Breck, a famous Kentucky lawyer, happened to seo Captain Jones, whom he knew very well. Judge Breck, on account of his intimacy with President Lincoln, was enabled to obtain the immediate release .ihcr with poultry applianses of every description. Be of Captain Jones. The latter rejoined taking a purchase of an Incubator or any of the acces- - bis command at once, but was soon recall and get my prices. you are not familiar with captured with important documents in his possession. However, he escaped -- "iators, call and get literature and post yourself on this by making his guards drunk, for although he did not .touch liquor himself, way of hatching chickens he evidently thought that this was an instance where 'all is fair in love and war.' When only 19 years old Captain Jones on his first visit to the South stopped over in Union. Nineteen years later he married Miss Mary Ruth Allen, "Kanawha Salt" See L. R. Blanton Telephone 85 y SfSfiuS Like a Stone Wall I In our experience in the handling of drugs and medicines, we believe we have never had experience with any Romody that gave such great satisfac tion to our customers as do Rexall Orderlies. This Remedy is not like any other laxative or cathartic. 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Write to Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, Ky., for folders giving details of an ideal personally conducted Mardi Gras Tour leaving Richmond, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1912, visiting New Orleans, Mobile, Montgomery, Ala., etc. Low inclusive cost; limited party; everything firstclass. 2S-- 4t tions for tho coming reunion to bo held on May 7, 8 and 0, 1912. CoL Walter A. Harris, who is Colonel of the Georgia Militia, has been selected as general chairman, and is assisted by thfs corps of busy, business men, who are untir- idg in their efforts to mako this the greatest reunion ever held in Dixie. Tho Sons of tho Confederacy will have a very important and prominent part In the coming reunion, for with Commard-an- t J. Marion Dunmody, of the Thomas Hardlman Camp, No. 18, is doing somo very active work for the sons in tho coming reunion. Mrs. Walter J. Lamar, head of tho Georgia United Daughters the of tho Confederacy, as chalrman-o- f Woman's Auxiliary, is untiring in her efforts for the ontortainment of the daughters, and those who know Mrs. Lamar is a euaranteo 'that Macon will do her share in showing honors to tho daughters. The Confederate Reunion of 1912. will be the greatest ever held in any city in this Southland. Thousands and thousands of dollars are pouring, into itho treasury of the General Reunion Committee, and every citizen of Macon is doing his share to make it a success. When tho Yeterns como to this "The Magnetic Center of Dixio," they will be extended a welcome of tho kind they will ramember until they answer the sound of taps. 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The Lexington, Her aid says: Ollle Broaddus, formerly t local butcher who killed Debbie Harvey, last .summer, and who was ad judged insane and sent to the Eastern Kentucky Asylum in Lexington, escaped from the later institution early last night, and was still at largo at an early hour this morning. Broaddus was said to be in an excellent physical condition. and his mental condition had trreatlv improved during his confinement at the asylum. The police and asylum officials believe he may have left Lexington before his escape was discovered. mond, who was adjudged e. The Eastern Kentucky State Normal School team defeated the local High A School in a fast game of basket ball Monday night by a score 13 to 10. The teams were evenly matched and at tbe end of the first half the score was only 10 to 8 AND in favor of Eastern. In tbe last half superior coaching and belter teamwork musses mil wransit n showed and they won by a comfortable Death Is No Respector Of Lively Testimony In Case o THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO margin. Hamm, Simmons and Gum- Item f Iiliml Retardta Hamo Persons. be rt were the particular stars, The line (Incorporated.) (lk mmi Otfaera. State Revenue. Agents. up was as follows: But a glance at our death column will High School Eastern convince one of the old and oft repeated Pres. and Mgr. A. D. Miller Dr. J. C. Morgan left Saturday for C Hamm Sandlin truth: "Death is no respector of per Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. White business trip to Tennessee. Jordan) sons." With one grim sweep of his NTH SIDES SEEM PREPARED Turleyf Collins Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walker left RF ghastly hand he hung crape on the doors Monday for Florida. KEITUCKY PIESS ASWCUTIOI Simmons, CapULF Gumbert, Capt, of four homes in our city, and claimed Dye Miss Mary Erie Oldham has gone to alike the young and the old. A tiny While These Behind the Legislative Maynard J RG Phelps DISTMCT PUBUSHDtS UAGUC. DGKTH Atlanta, Us., to visit her cousin, Mrs. J. old babe, recently dropped Inquiry Declare They Will Be Able u. Tyler. Cobb LG Broaddus like a feather into the lap of mother' te Reveal Amazing Conditions, the Goals: Hamm 4. Sandlin 4, Jordan 2, TEAS Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Welsenbunr. FEB FPICE fl.00 formerly of Richmond, are spending the Turley 2, Simmons 3, Gumhert2, Broad- hood, and innocent of everything, save Revenue Agents and Their Friends IK ADVAKCI & mother's fondling and cuddling; an winter at uuu 1'ort, Miss. Say They Have Done Nothing to dus 1 Collins 2. Free throws; Hamm 3, who, by reason Hon. Thos.J. Smith, of Frankfort, sec Jordan 3, Simmons 2. Referee, Coach aged Cauae Thenl to Shrink. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17 - - - 1912 of strength, had long since passed her retary to uovernor McCreary, spent Wilson. Umpire, Prof. Bridges. three score and ten years and looked up Sunday witb relatives in this city. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 1C Investiga Ose of tbe Chicago, III., packers in Mrs. Lucy Hersperger has teturned on life as a tale that was told; a band- - tlon of the state revenue tgents, which Faculty-Senio-r game basket ball the trial bow going on in that city, com- from a two week s visit to friends and The some young man, in the very glow of was begun Monday, promises to bring Richmond Jessamine dated for the evening of Haturday, Jan- manhood, claiming only a few weeks out some of the liveliest testimony plained that "Swift infringed on our relatives in uary 13, was postponed to an indefinite territory." The disputed territory was Journal. ago the bride of his youth, with every that has been heard In Frankfort for Mrs. Nannie Embrv will leave todav date an account of the weather. in New York and Vermont, and the promise of love and happiness in front a long time. Those behind the Inves question naturally arises: How did for Dallas, Texas, where she will spend of him; the lovely mother, past the tigation claim that they have some me winter wiiu ner daugnter, Mrs. J as. Schildkret'a Hungarian Orchestra will that territory or any other- - territory uuniop. prime and yet not old these all were sensational testimony, which will dis offer a splendid musical treat at the revecioae amazing ceme to be the exclusive property of claimed and have joined the silent nue agents and conditions. The Miss Estha Walker "has returned their friends say that Swift or anybody else? The answer is her home in Garrard county, after to Chapel on Wednesday, January 31st. majority. Such as the above causes us a simple. Because Swift and the other pleasant visit to Miss Dorcas Francis, Mr. Schildkret is a superb leader and to pause and think how great is the sor knows what to give the public in the paokers, after driving the butchers in near town. way of a program. The concen is look- row of the world. local communities in New York and Mrs Woolen, of Winchester, the ad Vermont out of business, by undersell- dressed the French Mission circle which ed forward to as ane of the best things Grand Opera in Lexington. ing them, divided np the territory thus met with Miss Bessie Miller on Tues of the lecture course. day afternoon. If. is a long time since Kentucky ha? seized and called it their own. Of The Woman's Missionary society of Madison Tobacco Warehouse. been treated to a performance of grand course, so it was theirs. Having stifled me cnurcn will meet The following sales were made at the opera in English, and consequently tbe all competitors, both from within and Mrs. D. IL Scanlon at the manse witn at 3 Madison Tobacco Warehouse, this city, coming of the A born English Grand without the district, they were left free o clock Friday afternoon. yesterday, the crop of Hunter & War- Opera Company to Lexington, following to advance prices of meat to suit tbe Prof. D. W. Bridges and Mrs. Waller highly successful engagements in dividends desired, and to call the terri- Bennet have been appointed to repre ren, of Edenton, 5,500 pounds sold at the its Louisville and Cincinnati, is creating following prices: sent the Presbyterian church on the As tory "their own." widespread interest in this part of the Average 17c. sociated Charities of this city. "Why talk about placing any of the 490 lbs. at 13 2 355 lbs. at 13 2 State. Miss Margaret Stuart, of Elizabeth- 475Jbs. at 10 4 This company will give 'three per necessaries ofHfe on the free list? town, spent last "week with Mrs. J. W. 55 lbs. at 13. 155 3C5Hbs. at 22 2 is the cry that goes up from the Stand' Stuart, who is visiting her parents, .Mr. 325 lbs. at 15 4 formances at the Lexington Opera lbs. at 17 235 lbs. at 15 patters every now and then. "If this and Mrs. C L. Searcy, at Waco. House on Monday and Tuesday, Janu300 lbs. at 13 2 330 lbs. at 10 Mrs. James Smith and Master Har 425 lbs. at 14 ary 22nd and 23rd, embracing a reperwere done," they ask, "how could the 410 lbs. at 13 3S5 lbs. at 17 cevernment raise revenue to meet its vey Smith have returned to Richmond 420 lbs. at IS toire of three operas of widely different from a Christmas 335 lbs. at 1G 1 expenses?" This is how: By levying Combs and family visit to Mrs. Newton 455 lbs. at IS 4 character, and by three different comLexington Leader. The crop of Woolford Age, also of posers. Offenbach's famous opera comi-qu- e, an income tax and an inheritance tax, Miss Villie Taylor has returned home Edenton, this county, 2,500 pounds, sold as does every first class nation on the irom a visit with "The Tales of Hoffman," which her parents. Dr. and Tho market was one of the most decided successes face of the globe, save the United States Sirs. w. fa. Taylor, in Madison county, at an average of 17 Burgin Correspondent Harrodsburg is very strong on all crades esp?cia ly of Hammerstcin's memorable career at of America. the colory ones which are possibly 4c the Manhattan Opera House in New About the easiest way for the bud' Mrs. M. C. Kellogg, who has been sc higher than last year at this time. York, will be given as the initial offerHON. OLLIE M. JAMES. ding and aspiring young statesmen in nousiy ill for :he past week, U someRepresentative Herringtpn In ing on Monday night. Verdi's Immortal they are not afraid of the Investigation the Kentucky Legislature to destroy what improved as we co to Dress. Her "II Trovatore," one of tbe most richly aa arrived irom New they have done nothing of which their hopes and blast their ambitions is mother, Mrs. Morgan, she troduces Important Bills. melodious and universally popular ioik, Monday, where had been vis to vote ogainst any single plank in the iting, and is at the bedside of Mrs. Kel Representative L. B. Herrington, works of all times, will occupy the Tues- they ore ashamed. They also say that they have lively and sensational tesDemocratic platform when it takes the of this county, has introduced a num day matinee. Puccini's masterpiece, timony that they will offer to offset Dr. D. N. Scanlon desires all the ladies ber of important bills in the lower ".Madam Butterfly" form of a bill Elizabeth town News. probacly the great- the testimony that may be Introduced oi bis church to meet bim in the Sab The Chicago packers, now on trial, bath school room tomorrow (Thursday) House, among which is a bill freeing est work by any living composer, and against them. tbe State Board of Health from domina one about which residents of this part The revenue agents say that the are having sent out by press agents a lot at 3 o'clack. This will be one e most important d by of junk attempting to prove that the and Dr. Scanlon meetings of the vear. tion by the schoo's of medicine and giv of the country have heard a great deal investigation will not be earnestly desires a full ing the Governor free reign in appoint without having an opportunity to see any means, and that they propose to meat robbers are a blessing to the con auenaance oi nis membership. ments. Also the following: and hear it before, will be given for the show a motive for the investigation sumers and producers. It should go Clarence Woods, of Richmond, Is to There promise to be several angles Act to define duty of common car third performance on Tuesday night. comma move to Florida to make his home. He into the waste basket with like The Aborn forces number one hun- to the investigation- - and before it is carries with him the love and esteem of riers of freight respecting the speed of nications. every editor In Kentucky that is, cars of live stock. dred singers and musicians altogether finished It will Involve many men and Act establishing and governing a geo in its double cast, large chorus and many measures. The present auditor Con everyone of the old guard, who best The next National Democratic know him nd are acquainted with his logical survey of Kentucky and remov grand opera orchestra, and carries sever does sot want the office of auditor's vention will be held in Baltimore, Md. sonny. uanvme Messenger. agents abolished, although he is will ing present survey and museum from. al carloads of scenery, costumes and ef- ing and June 25 is the date selected for tbe Mr. N. B. Gentry, a former Richmond to have modifications in the exist preat powwow. The National Repub man, who for a number of years has Lexington to Frankfort. fects. The double cast arrangement in ing law made. He does not want to Act to regulate lobbying and conduct cludes two sets of principal artists, who give np the power to collect delinquent lican Convention meets in Chicago, 111. been associated with some of the largest wuuiesaie sasn ana aoor nrms, in tbe of legislative counsel and agents in Ken alternate with one another, each singer taxes by means of his agents and says June ia country as a traveling salesman, has accepted a position with a large whole tucky, requiring names of counsel and appearing at only four performances of that the agents are necessary, to a cerOllib II. James was overwhelmingly sale lumoer nrm in Toledo, Ohio. The agents to be entered in a legislative each week. Tho entire array of talent tain extent. Be this as it may, the fight against elected United States Senator by the position carries with it a substancial docket and names of their employers, will be heard during tho three perform Also requiring that employers at close ances in Lexington, some at one per the present system of auditor's agents Kentucky Legislature Thursday last increase in salary. Mr. James succeeds Thomas H. Paynter, Preaching will be held at Kingston of session, file with the Secretary, of formance, and others at another, includ is to be one to the death, and every whose term expires March 4, 1913. Baptist church on the fourth Saturday State a sworn statement of the amount ing Edith Helena, Jane AbTcomble, effort Is to be made to have the offices abolished, the middle ground not bepaid counsel and agents. and Sunday at eleven o'clock. Elaine De Sellem, Roe Fulton, Leonard ing considered. In the fight against Mr. Herrington was placed on some Samoloff, Domenico Russi, Louis Krei Fbox the tribute paid to Governor the auditor's agents, the Louisville Women's Feet Larger. Wilson by the party leaders at the of the most important committees dler, Morton Adkins, William Schuster, Times Is taking a big part and has Women's feet are bigger than Ihey within the gift of tho Speaker. His as Phillip Fein and others, with Carlo Nic been leading with editorials attacking Jackson banquet in Waseington City everything seemed to point to the New used to be, and still growing, say shoe signments were as follows: Judiciary, osia as conductor. the system. manufacturers of America, who held State University and No mal Schools, Jersey statesman for President. A bill will be followed in the senate On account of tho many inquiries their fifth annual fair In Boston, Mass., Corporate Institutions, Insurance, Fish Manager Scott of the Lexington Opera this week that may solve the problem not long since. A canvas of opinions and Game and Exeutive Affairs. House has received concerning this or how to elect prison commissioners. Dry Richmond Leads The among the dealers revealed that the iae Din proposes to nave four com Speaker Terrill pub'ishtd state event, ha bas decided to inaugurate missioners, two to be elected at the average size of sizes that women wear ments of fairness in selecting commit speolal system for the filling of Procession. mail present seeslon of the legislature, by The Climax has had occasion to com today is from No. 4 to No. 5, whereas tees. He did not give Representatives orders from music lovers in the cities the legislature two every and Herrington, Perry, Mahin. Crate and ment upon the remarkable achieve twenty years ago the average was from several other o'd members (all Scho- - and 'towns within convenient distance of two years thereafter, the law Wo sold for Amo s Prewitt his entire No. 3 to No. 5. The No. 2 slr In Lexington, and tho orders are coming expressly stating that no commls-aion- crop at an average ment of several local insurance agents, berth men) a single chairmanship. of $19.60. who outstrinned all other agents in their women's shoes has practically disap lnrapldly from many points within sbrall be eligible to succeed Madison Tohacco Wabeiiocse Co. peared. Oaly one in twenty retailers To The Voters of Gty of respective companies in the matter of radius of thirty or forty miles of that hlMelL It is stated by the author L. & A. Depot business, winning first places for them handle them. It Is also said that many city; AH mall orders should be accom of the bill, that this would give Mnley Richmond. firm? are sending their products out Fofsg, who is a candidate for commis selves and incidentally placing .Rich Guarantees Hyomei. To tiie Democratic Votrrs ajjd Cm- - p&nied by money orders for the required sioner, a chance to be elected at the amount tor seau specined, made out to mond first among the cities of Kentucky with a code number in place of the If you really mean that- - you want to zexs of Richmond, Kextuckt: Charles Scott, Manager Lexington Opera present session, as he expected, and actual size number that fitted them. in the grade of work accomplished. I hereby announce that I am a candi iioiwe, Liexingion, iiy. will give the- other" commissioners the drive every bit of catarrh from your Again it is our pleasure to note the Now, whatever size they ask for date for the nomination for tbe office of The price for seats at the two evening remainder of their term, or two years nose and throat why not try a sensible continued successes of our worthy whether it be No. 2, No. 4 or No. 0. the Judge of the Police Court of the City of performances will bo 92.00 and J 1.50 oa mere or the commission. It may be remedy that is guaranteed to banish to the action tbe lower floor, and si.aX). 11.00 and 75c. Mr. F. M. Stiver, local dealer gives them the shoe that flu nicnmona, ivy., suc-jec-t that both sides will accept this solu- catarrh or money back? in tho balcony, while those for the Tues manager of the great Metropolitan Life them, and he alone knows what size of the Democratic party. If you already own a little hand rub The only reason I have for making day matinee will be f 1.50 and el.00 on tion of the problem; at any rate the Insurance Company, which has an im they wear. such an early announcement is that two the lower floor, and 3LO0, 75c and 50c aeabers of the legislature will be ber HYOMEI inhaler you can buy a mense business with the industrial class give a chance to vote for or against oottie or UYOS1EOI (pronounce it The Way to Easy Street highly esteemed gentlemen who will be in me naicony. 1L my opponents in the race, have already of people, thnse who can pay only ten HIgh-o-mfor only 50c. If you do not You often hear people talk about op announced in me newspapers, and dePatronize your home market. There Frank Karanaugb, State Librarian. own an inhaler ask for complete Hyo cents per week as a rule to protect their l portunlty knocking at one's door. In sire to have my candidacy considered is none better. Made hla first real speech when he lives and those of their children. A late theory it is all right, but lots of times while tbe claims are being presented. MadisoH Tobacco Warehouse Co. waa nominated by the Democrats of mei outfit which contains an Inhaler report on Mr. Stiver's work shows that cost you . I am soliciting and shall appreciate when Opportunity knocks it is only to L. & A. Depot. tie house aad senate la Joint caucus this willbreathe SI. he ranks first for Kentucky ia his com' leave a gold tbe support of all persons who are to Then HYOMEI and get rid of Thursday night Mr. Kavanaugh. who brick. More than one poor participate pmy, as well as first among all agents in a primary election that has beea librarian for roar years and catarrh. Belief comes-t- a five minutes. bas east of the Rocky Mountains. We dis devil on jumped up and rushed to the will be held for the purpose of selecting aaeistaat librarian since the time when A day's treatment will make vou hamw. door hearing the knock and grabbed Democratic nominees for city offices to miss Mr. Stiver with our compliments, a week s treatment and snuffles, mucus Be it ordained by the Board of Coun taa iteeaory of man runneth not and bawkine toe brick. Opportunity has all kinds of be voted for at the regular November but we desire to call attention to the packages to kk another week and election, 1913. cil of Richmond.Ky.. that it shall be un to the eoatrary. Is the most modest and good-by- e distribute. Some of them to Try fact that he attributes most of his sue I hope that in the minds of the voters lawful for any person to haul through the ClflMeat young man in the state, and money oacK catarrh.sola at it today on plan, li. Li. cess in collecting his premiums to tbe job want 10 jei aione. lr you are out I shall be deemed qualified to fill this principal streets oi utcnsaona.&y.ntne he surprised everybody by making a del ton's and druggists everywhere Jlid' hustling In the vineyard 'when Oppor important position in tbe city govern- day time any dead aniffials.excent when speeca fact that Richmond is a dry town. tunity Knocks your after his nomination. It was Go to Covington Thorpe Co., for your at In this connection perhaps I same Is necessary. Any person violat humble door, you ment. ot aa though be was caught napping whereas he says in tbe dozens of wet should stato that I graduated from Cen- ing this ordinance shall H fined 92.00 aaa was won't lose anything. The fellow who given an unexpected nomlna-tk- . groceries. jor next fiftesn days you towns in which he has labored, the lays around all day waiting for Oppor tral University in tbe class of 1899, for each offense.. He has had ample time for prep-- a can save ten per con, by paying cash. afterwards studied law in tbe Law Desaloons got the money which should Sak'l. tUcs, Mayor. 30-t- f tunity is the one who gets stung. Wait- partment of said university, was admitratios. He has been working for have been paid by the policy-holdeing for Opportunity k a good deal like ted to tbe practice of law in May, 1910, Attest: Kb. Blastos. City Clerk. as aver stace the last caucus which upon the lives of themselves and their aoaalnatad bim, four years since, and taking a milk pail and going out into and am now a practicing attorney at the little ones. One drink ca'ju only ten h had all corralled; that is all the pasture and waiting for the old Richsaond Bar. cents, but that dime also ketps a policy Vat sbcawt of the 108, aad the six realbrlndle cow to back up to you to be of If nominated and elected to the office Judee of the Police Court, I pledge in force for one whole week. Instead of milked. Every Be it oroahMd by the Board of Coun- ly war for Mm. He was sot eaatent charity burying the dead sow, tbe brick to sell fellow who bas a gold myself to an efficient, faithful and con cil of Richmond, Ky., that it aaalt be witk a aeaterity of the Dwyriii masquerades under the scientious performance of the duties ef Malawi ui for aa$ parsed to leave i :- -: FOR:-- . Metropolitan Co. lays them away and measex of the two houses, hat went guise of Opportunity. They knock and that office lag aa unreasonable leagtk of Mate. attar theea Jl. He was aeoilBated by leaves a surplus for tbe sorrowing oaes NOLAXD, JotTX tike streets of th city between. Bapteea knock, and eventually some aaeker MdUMtioa, Us opposes failing to NORMAL left behind. Jet, of any to the door. There are aa aaany At the hefiaalBft- - of the New Year the er rwwa year year and May 1st. f the gat aaybody to any none er stale aOi ts aoaioation In order to reduce ear steek of gro- easterfeit Opportunities as there are orseeae suttoieat eovar for against Mr. KavaaevasJi. X4m ASeyee wm aieeelved, ceries, we save dateraiiaed to make a bagus gold wine. If you. are iadac-trfee- D. M. Gett, U KMiaxed, Jte estort waa made by taa nriaem' 1 you have recess for rent. mMa tor foraterl? aa- - pretieUui free bad weather Any pr-- ' pravwoei OI wis commission, ta have a aosnlaatloa for ttfht h&tMekesfikff er will f araJah BsMs edtleaef tea per sent, for sash ealy, froneetaad fair, you waa't have seaktee! with Haaailioa Btm.. of tiwt mm TieesMav be liaed noi teas than tS.60 or ariaoa eoauaiaaioBars made e every artiele is watt fectfce kaaek ef OeweetaMy saanaethH eT at taa beard, please an ayat s by wrUeBgr er Me, eaterie late partaeveaka .wttk aeare the pd.OQ fer ean effeaae. Jsfcet cave Cvnmtx-Tm- f aeeere y aid It is likeiy that tbsw tslsBfaoaiisf &4 faets to Emeries. Ce. a4 a f aUe ie sfceerye tfce Mr. Bayea mi ieratsaf to sw lam, Bam!, ftiea, Mayer; Wed to Um governor appointing) wej at ttajras Gott. Bena OMtaam. Attest : Ed. Blajttos. Citv Cbnfc. thajPffTBiBtiocers wffl lay low aad aajr Normal Office - Pone 166. OWEN McKEB PERSONAL SOCIAL (Copjrlsht, mi, by Joseph B. Bowlec) Basket Ball at Eastern. Ia. the opr column in today's Climax will be found the announcement of Judge W, R. Shackelford for to the office of Judge of the Madisos- Coonty Court, subject to the ac ion of Judge Shackeltbe Democratic party. ford is serving his first term as County Judge, having boon elected to this responsible and important office two years ago. His admin'stralion thus far has been one of the best ever administered by any official in this enpaci y. He has succeeded in putting tho county on an excellent financial basis, and has administered the affairs of the county in a most economical manner, and has ap plied the law to all alike. He has ful filled every promise made before i is election and hat. indeed, been tho judge of his court during h s tenure of office. As a result the community bas benefit ed greatly by his wise business-lik- e measures, and no one can doubt the fact that Judge Shackelford, dcring his two years in office, has faithfully discharged tbe difficult duties with patience, indus try and talent. He has given to tho tax payers of the county a stric ly business adminittra'.ion, and tho fiscal affairs are in firstclass condition today as a result of his vigilance and business sagacity, Madison county is now on a cash basis paying cash for piKo and tither work, credit lor wnicn must largely be given Judge Shackelford will to this official. appreciate en endo'sement of his admin istration and solicits the influence and support of every Democrat in tho county, and p omises in the event of his elec tion to continue to setvo his conslitu ents with the same ability and zeal that has characterized his present adminis tralion. SENSATION IS The Richmond Climax. NOW PROMISED five-mont- 4 1- -3 c. of-th- one-side- Democratic caucus nominate Flnley Fogg for prison commissioaer, he being a candidate and this being the term at. which an election for that office Is scheduled to be held. But the prison commission seems to have given up the fight They say they-hav- e not quit the contest and have merely adopted another plan of action. It Is believed that a change in the method of electing the commissioners is certain, and tuere will not be any effort to prevent some change. Harvey McCutchen, a member of the commission, gave out a statement which indicated to many that he had quit the fight and would accept whatever was done. Mr. McCutchen says he has not quit that he Is standing by his guns and that he meant only what he said in his card. In that card he said ho favored the election of the prison commissioners by the people, declaring that this waa tbe method favored by the Democratic platform, which urged that the people be given a chance to say what they wanted. In tho makeup of the committee to which will be referred railroad bills, the railroads operating in Kentucky were given a black eye, as the men who compose the house and senate committees are known to be antagonistic to the railroad, or certainly not favorable to them. Time was when the railroads had committees favorable to them. In one session of the legislature, that of 1908, not a meeting of the railroad committee in either house ever waa held during the entire session, and not a single railroad bill was reported. But It is to be different this year. In the house of the chairman of the railroad committee is Representative Williams, who was a conductor on the C. & O. railroad and one of the leading members of the trainmen's union. He comes to the legislature pledged to try to establish certain reforms In railroad laws, and will try to have a new employers' liability law which will help those injured in railroad accidents. Lieut Gov. McDermott, presiding officer of the senate, sprang a new one on the senate last week that has caused more talk than anything that has happened during the present session. He proposed to have the senate adopt a rule providing for the formal and ceremonious entrance of the presiding officer and his staff, the working force of the senate. He suggested that every morning the employes of the senate gather in the private office of the lieutenant governor, and at the hour appointed to call the senate to order, tho procession start for the senate chamber. The sergent at arms was to lead the way, followed by the presiding officer of the senate and with the clerk and assistant clerks following. The sergeant at arms was to announce to tho senate: "The lieutenant governor of Kentucky, the presiding officer of the senate, is about to enter with his retinue." The senators then were to stand with heads bowed while the lieutenant governor entered and took his seat This plan did not meet with the approval of those senators to whom It was mentioned, and the proposed resolution was not offered in the senate. Gov. McDermott was serious in making the suggestion, but did not mean to convey that he thought he was better than the members of the senate. He merely wanted all the decorum necessary carried out In the senate The senate was all stirred up by reason of adoption of a rule to exclude lobbyists from the floor of the senate. The rule was so drastic that everybody was excluded. The way it applied was shown by a conversation which was had between a senator and Flnley Fogg, a member of the prison commission. The senator com plained that more ministers had not attended the senate session to open the proceedings with prayer. Mr. Fogg said: "The reason they don't attend, is because your old rules are so strict they can not get in." "When two of the state officials were refused admission to the senate floor and the clerk of the house also was denied admission, there was a storm of protest and the senators went to work to amend the stringent rule. Dr. C. F. Crecellus, the Secretary of State was denied admission when he went to the senate with commissions of nota ries public, to have the appointments confirmed by the senate. The rule excluding lobbyists from the floor of the senate still prevails but the rule has been so modified as to permit stage omciais ana rormermembers of the legislature to enter. The adoption of the rules in the house was marked by the first clash of the administration and tratlon forces, an outcropping of the race for the speakership. In this fight the speaker was defeated by the man Who was his opponent The follow ers-o- f Harry Schoberth, of Woodford county, united with the Republicans to beat the rule in the house requiring of those present voting in favor of a change to amend the rules or suspend the order of business. Mr. s Schoberth opposed the rule wanting It left so that a majority could change the order as between the men classed as strictly administration and those known as Insurgents. Kentucky is to have a. new mansion for the governor if a bill offered by Representative Hamilton, of Frank fort county. Is passed. The bill, one of the first Introduced, appropriates $76,000 for the erection of a mansion and specifies that the mansion shall be located on the ground adjoining the capitol. antl-admlntwo-thirtwo-third- reverted that Eli Brown and sis Meads would try to have the lotat BoUtinc ubUI taa bill eosaea eiiaar ;ta house or the senate. It was a M This Large Comfortable Rocker Beautiful Golden Oak Finish - One of our Xmas Bargains Only $2.50 Don't Wait Until Christmas efcBBBBF l Make 5eIections Now W. F. HIGGINS Opposite Glyndon Hotel Richmond, Kentucky Special Notice. We call attention to "Climax Special Clubbing Rates" in another column. We have succeeded in making arrangements whereby we can otTer our friends extremely lov prices. We can save you money on any magazine or paper you want. Get our prices before placing your order elsewhere. tf. Mrs. A. It Tabor, Crider, Mo., had been troubled with sick headache for about fire years, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has taken two bottles of them and they have cured her. Sick headache is caused by a disordered stomach forwhich these tablets are especially intended. Try them, get well and stay well. For sale by j3-lall dealers. m j Administrator's Notice. on-act- ed f RHEUMATISM Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY .For 15 years a Standard Rsmtdr for all forms of Rhenmstitm, lumbago, gout, sore muscles, stiff or swollen joints. It quickly relleres the larere pains; reduces the few, and eliminates the poison from the system. 50 cents a box at druggists. Wrfie far a From srfaj Bmx Co. .Dr. Whitehall Mstrimln 188 B. Lafayette St South Bud, In. All persons having claims aga.r the estate of W. B. Tatem, decease are requested to file same properly proven as required by law, on or before March 1, 1912, or same will be barred. T .ose knowing themselves indebted 'o the estate are urged to call and settle same at once. W. E. Tatem, Adminlstra or March 1, 1912. Silver Cree Ky Accidents will happen, but th st regulated families keep Dr. Tl iras Eclectic Oil for such emergences. It subdues the pain and heals hurts. in Co. are making a cash reduction of ten per cent on all Covingt.n-Thorp- e Two of Oar leaders goods in the grocery lino. 30-t- f Drafted Bank Examiners' Bill. . Judge J. A. Sullivan, of Kichmoud, who is regarded as one of the closest men to Gov. McCreary, is spending a few days in Frankfort. Judge Sullivan is the author of the bill providing for a State Department of Banking with commissioner, deputy commisssoner and three examiners. This measure, which will be backed by the administration, is ready to bo introduced in both branches of the General Assembly and will be pushed to passage. The bill has bipartisan fertures and is endorsed by the financial Institutions that operate under State charters Louisville Times. We are sending to our subscribers WHOSE 8UBSCRIFTIOX3 HAVE EXPIRED The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs and to those is ARREARS, statements of their accounts which, we trust, will meet with a ready response. We shall greatly appreciate such a response, and It wirx. help us a lot. tf Come and see the old reliable Madisox Tobacco Warehouse Co. L. & A. Depot. Wo want our subscribers to The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs telephone us aut eews they may have. Wo are under mast oblioatioxs to those who do it We cannot get all the news, so help us to get out a good fArsR by sending in an Item onco in a while. if Dissolution. At the close of business December 30, 1011, the firm of White & Gibson was V, dissolved by mutual consent, White retiring. The business will hereafter be conducted by John It Gibson & Co. All persons indebted to tbe late firm of White & Gibson aro requested to call arid settle" with John'lt. Gibson as ne aione is autnorlzeu to settle up the business of the old. firm. Mr. Gib son invites a continuance of the patron age that has been so liberally extended to the old firm. N. V. White. Jons R. Ginsos. In retiring from the firm of While & Gibson I desire to thank my friends for their liberal patronage and especially to ask for the new firm of John R. Gibson & Co. a continuance of the same. " 2S-- H .' H.V. White. Harsh physics react, .weaken- - the cause chronic constipation. Doan's Regulets operate . easily, cure constipation; 25c. Ask joUralruggist for them. i3,im bowels, send or Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage The 5econd 5treet Hardware 5tore FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied wi-- the mtterial from whichJEggs are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds in her feed, and unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. The People's "Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used Doan's Ointment It cured me permanently." Hon. John B. j3-lGirard, Ala, m Poultry Remedy carries within itself every Ingredient necessary for he Production or Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which acts quickly upon every vital part, keepin? the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl or, er The best overshoes in town Ball Band. Will last you all this winter and may be next We have a full and com plete line of new fresh goods. Prices guaranteed. Rice & RICHMOND DRUG CO. Aukold. fellow-townsma- n, Horses are reported as dying in some sections as the result of eating rotten corn. After several deaths an ivestiga-tto- n revealed thecauseto be the decayed corn that had been fed lo the animals. Much of the 1911 corn rotted because of ihe wet weather, and rather.than lose so much of the crop farmers have taken a chance in feeding tho corn to stock. UNITE STRANDS I 1 fa e) "An article that can. AN ORDINANCE not be purchased, has a merit all it's own." 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Tommie, the son of Elijah Donathan, died at his father's home, near Owingsville. the result of nicotlno poisoning caused by chewing new'to-baccThe boy, it is said, went to the barn at his father's home where em ployees were stripping tobacco, and.get- ting hold of some of the strongest tobacco, chewed it and swallowed some of the juice. This he did several days in succession, being encouraged to chew the tobacco, it is said, .by older boys who thought only to see him sick. The boy did get sick and the doctors could give him no relief. o. Wit OLD rxuflc U Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. ISCOnPOBATKD. acroncea age waste i mora rapid than repair. The organs act more slowly, and less effectually than in youth. The circulation Is poor, the blood thin and watery, the annetite "We want to Bay to every aged per son in tnis vicinity that Vinol, our de licious cod liver and iron tonic (with out oil) will prolong life. It creates an appetite, aids digestion and makes good blood. In this natural manner vlnol retards waste and replaces weakness with strength, giving new lire to the worn system. If people in this vicinity only real- izea now vlnol Invigorates old people we would not be able to supply the oemana. Try a bottle of Vlnol with the nn.-derstandjng that your money will be returned Jf it apes po Jiejp ypij. B. L. MIDDELTON, Driigg'ists " IjicnuoxD, Ky a, an May Prolong Their Liye LOCAL AND . OTHERWISE HaaJIeaa liana Prepare lor the Harried Header. NO REASON FOR IT. You Are Shown the Way Out poor and digestion weak. SI CCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sell your tobaceo. We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. Operation Successful. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE: MI US JSk Incorporated -: PHONE 251. trial. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, EsT MAIN STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY NEAR L & K. DEPOT -: Rev. George W. Shepherd, formerly pastor of the Baptist church of this city, came over from "Winchester last week, and is now at the Gibson hcspita', where he was operated upon for tho re moval of a fatty tumor which had formed under his richt arm. Tho oner. . w ation was entirely successful, and tho patient will soon be entirely recovered, Mrs. Shepherd accompanied her husSmall Pox ifl WlfKhesJer. band, and will remain with him until According tp the Winchester Sun-Seho is able to return home. Rev. Shepherd has many devoted friends in this tine that city has a genuine case of city who will be glad to learn that ho small pojr. The victim is a colored boy who has been lodged in jaij has recovered from the operation". in that city for safe keeping. New Species of Clover. Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January I . Cajl and see us and we will convince you March and Douglas Black Poland Chfpa sow, white spot duce many tons of feed to the aero, has in forehead, hoje Jp rjght Pjr, weighs been discovered on the Pacific coast. about 335 pounds; reward for return or The plant is a native of Tillamock information. HgRBEnT ItlCJIJtRRSOS, county. Ore., and is called'a "perannial 953 Fifth street. clover. It is a specie of the alsike wjth alsike food values. It perpetuated itself Kill Him.. from node buds and bulbs and his no This is just the time of year for the bloom, Cower, seed or sex. It grows in winter as well as in summer and frost f.ol who opens your front dfior and does not interfere with or stop its stands holding it ajar for quarter of an hour while Je converse? with some one growth. jn the rooip- - If HipfP J.5 ever a time The Danger of La Grippe when the takipg pf human jjfp is jU5. fiable, it is to dispatching sugh fellows is its final tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Use your gun. Honey and Tar Compound. It. B. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: "I was The People's Stock Remedy. troubled with a severe attaok of la grip-p- o At this season you should not be and nothing I used did me any good, and I was threatened with pneumonia. without a paokngo of The People's A friend advised me to use Foley's Stock Remedy; 25c and SOo, Honey .and Tar Compound and I got Cure that old soro, out or wound by some at once. I was relieved from tho applying Tho Peoplo's Antiseptic Healvery first. By the time I had taken three bottles my la grippe was gone. I ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug 3C-believe Foley's Honey and Tar Com- Company. pound to be the best medicine I ever used and always keep a bottle with me." Sold by Stockton & Son, druggists, lm tf A new kind of clover, said by those whoj have experimented with it to pro- Lost. Hog Reward. There can bo no just reason why any Teader of this will continue to suffer the tortures of an aching back, the an Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone noyance of urinary disorders, the dan add live stock. tf gers of serious kidney ills when relief is possible and proof given that these ill: A man may have his price, but it can be cured. Tho following is con takes a woman to make him feel like vincing proof. ' bargain counter remnant. John W. Forman, 8 Montgomery Any man dught to get three square street, Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: I think meals a day if he is abio,lo work and my kidney trouble was the result of heavy work. I was compelled to give able to keep from beinp worked. up all work that required stooping on Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor made account of a weak and lame back had. to order and delivered promptly. tf time,been laid up for several days at a and some time ago began to look A girl jpay really object to heing around for a cure. Until I began usine kissed, but she objects to the young Doan's Kidney Pills I did not find any man s thinking that she doesn't object? thingjthat would prove of benefit to me, Death has just taken the man who in I was sooq wpll and strong, and npw I k.id,npy trouble, vented French heels for women's shoes. am entirely rpp am Pleased to glyo Doan's Kidney It is hoped that he did. ngt d,ie fills my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 60c. 5?hp tl)PRFF fhaf thero is always room Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. T., sole for pnp more leads many a man to UV agents for the United 8tates, on a bigger )oad pf damp goods than h Remember the name Doan's and is ante to parry- j3-ltake no othen Newly manufactured lumber is said Automobiles Painted. to be made of 57 per pent waste paper, Who pan tell? Some day your old loya Atmyshopoa.T.lrd St. I am pre tters may apppay as a bparfl fen6a. pared tq paint, and trim Automobiles, 'fcearn tp bo',' Jt wijf "mto ypuy Carriages, Buggies and Yehioles of all husband respept you," says a Richmon kinds. I have a painter of long exady who has open married but a short perience and who understands his time. A batter way, we think, is to h.HS'PPs? Prices as low as consistent With first class work. Give mo a trial. earn to cogk. IJors.e shoeing, RIacksm.ithina and An, Eastern p.iprgyinaq says, ih,at wedt repairing in all nranebes., ding fees shouM he refused because JAMaa A. Moonss. they arp no. inor than a waltPf'S tips- - Itfs Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyolone Yes they are, tPQ: Right pr- njnp doilars and live stock insurance. tf Thinking of Plumbing or Heating Our Department of Plumbing and Designing can render.you valuable assistance in planning, suggesting and working your own ideas into practical shape. This Service Is Free. And further, it places you uuder'no obligations whatever. There are many homes in and around Richmond which have been heated by with American Radiator and Ideal Boilers and C. A. Burton Water Supply and we believe in each and ever one you will find a satisfied customer. nt fat umg-pontan- B. RICHMOND HEATINO AND PLUMBING COMPANY F. HURST, Proprietor Telephone 270 1 m - Lady Wanted State nui ma M-s- A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS l 41 1 PAIIBCFC IfUUAuCrJ TUITION Preparatory, State Certifi-Ai4- ft cate. Life Diploma, County Certificate, Review, Special FREE JO APPOINTEES FXPgyES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREJ3 Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Going to Build? To introduce our very complete Spring Short Hernp Crop. line of beautiful wool suitings, wash The hemp crop is being marketed fabrics, fancy traistings, silksetc, hand' and is commanding from $5.50 to $0.00 kerchiefs, laces and petticoats. All up per hundred. ?hp crpp'ig ap unusually to date N. Y. City Patterns,. Finest line b'h thg market. Dealing direct with the short one. The hemp cop ji this county a few yoars ago amounted tp upward of three million pounds, but and full fnstruptions pagkafl if) a npat has dwindled down until now it reaches sample ca$o shipped express prepaid. Exclusive terri not more than 100,100 pounds, The No money required, tory. Write for partioularg. Be first to farmers who formerly raised hemp are apply, STANPAHP DRES3 GOODS., turning their attention to tobacco, which Desk 005, Binghamton,-NoYork. 20-Lancasthey find more remunerative The bitterest tears shed over graves ter Record. are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone. "She never know how I loved Supervisors in Session. Tax Supervisors of her." "He nevor knew what he was to T'Board of always meant to make .more Madison pjjunty (jy'p jeon''in session me." "I Such words are the wi)'"pVpjiab)y not of our friendship." for several days, and adjourn until some time nest week. pgisoged arrows wlijch cruej deatji Quite a number of changes have been shoots. "b3Pkwaf4 Bt h? from" fte Boegher Stowe, made, some assessments being lowered sepuloher.Harnot Moving picture shows are now disand some raised, but the aggregate will not be greatly changed. playing Governor McCreary's inauguration, depicting politicians in action. Great thing is science. Charles Durham, Lovlngton, 111., has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting. "My little boy wet tho bed every night clear through to the floor. I tried 'several kinds of Kidney medicine and I was in store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley Kidney Pilis. After he had taken them two days we could see a change and when of a bottle Le It your children are subject to at he had taken tacks of croup, watch for the first symp- was cured. That is about six weeks tom, hoarsoness. Give Chamberlain's ago and he has not wet the bed since." j3-lCough Remedy as soon as the child be For sale byStockton & Son. comes hoarse and. the aa'ck may ife ".The more'extensive a man's know i3-lwarded off. Sold by dealers. ledge of what has bgen doqo, the greater wjij be his power of knowing what to cprpcspondpnt want? (o k.npw (bp do," 8F!&w qf mp Bhrasp "hp isn't in it." Here is a remedy that will cure your t was first used by an editor who died and went to heaven and looked around cold. Why waste time and money ex for a man who had taken his paper and perimenting when you can get a prepa repu read it two years and then refused to ration that nas won a world-wid- e tation by its cures of this disease and pay for it. can always be depended upon? It is Zemo Makes Astonishing known everywhere as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and is Eczema Cures real merit. For sale by a medicine. 9 dealers. the-dru- g two-thirm m Wiih fcean Year at hand and woman suffrage looming on the horizon of ccm ing events thore seoms nothing- - to do but to pass tho fudge and take up the crochet needles in self defense A man has just died in Mexico at the ;e of 127 who had s.moked cigarettes for 115 years, which goes to show that cigarettes will finally get in their deadly work if the smoker only keep at them. Elizabetntown News. These aro the moraine it's nice to bo bed-ridde- n. A roofing guarantee is worth no more than the quality of the roofing:. If the roofing is not made to, make good, the maker never will. Buy Malthoid" Roofing lay it carefulljr you'll never have occasion to request us to protect the makers guarantee. TheFam ous The Rayo Lmp is the best aad nort for any part of your home. It is b ujc in mlllionj of fam&s. lis it famous. And it never Sicken. la tne dmins-roocar of tLa 1 -- lor Oia R.M tire. Tr . 1 ir j . J m &Lamp emeeb !p yoa on -."a a... t. fc-- ad whis Exht Lu oxdo . ,1- Malthoid will render you a roof service so good so long so satisfactflryyoull forget the guarantee. 1 ZJ fUTt Ilfi :t r -- - - raw eaae-. r- Ml exj7 ufacd Hail fsM eCJr lAlirl Standard Oil Company (IneorgoraUJl rs;r"::r.!7 UUUBBCCOea, mm V The Paraffine Paint Cos name on a roll of Malthoid Roofing is guarantee enough for those who have known them for twenty-si- x years. Todd-Edwa- rds Iinik k Where Cleanliness Reigns Direct With Ours On disagreeable days and wash days simply ann All Phones Connect Bald Heads Baldness Not Wanted Lumber Bin Mm Near L & A. Depot LUmBER COMPANY Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR is tog generally Considered a Sign of Advanced Age, Sheep and hogs, also horses and cattle always are subject to deadly attacks of worms. These ravenous pests multiply by be million, starye your stock, keep jbiin poor, weak jjpd cut of condi- person .does not nave d A an equal chance with one blessed with a healthy head of hair, because baldness is too generally accepted as an indication or age. Many largo corporations have established an age limit, and refuse to take men over 35 years of age as bald-heade- Telephone 425 mm Kills Worms It is a wonderful, medi positively cated salt guaranteed to kill and crpe) sU stomach and A Rare Beauty cry gem in cur fine collec-i- n of jewels is, and their rich o '.or and brilliancy and uni- :o and exquisite setting cakf. them fit gifts for a 'een. We have everything t':at is new and novel in pins:, :ngs, ear screws and drops t prices that are remarkable for their low figure c. WPnns. Used by leading stock men, not only to kill worms, out to coneiuon biock; snarp-ethe appetite, tones ns .freo'intsjSrJ upinesysiemanaputs tVMB mem in one saape iu J get top -- market prices. Sal -- Vet is known the country oyer a the great worm destroyer and conditioner. Cotta lets cent per than bead a day for each sheep or hoc; a trifle fDojyar pther stock. F. J. YEAGER Betsy's Pointers have never seen p, woman with good sense tut w had beauty enough to make her self highly agreeable. If you I wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at "I W, D. Buckley Richmond, Jyy- - Co, d Pro jSer pept pf people may regain a goad head of healthy hair if they, will follow our advice and accept our offer. We have a remedy that we positively guarantee to prow hair on any head, unless tne roots of tho hair are entirely dead, their folicles closed, and the scalp has be we want come glazed ana snmy. people to try this remedy at our risk; With the distinct Understanding that unle'sg it doesjapliy what typ plaiRl t will, and ffives satisfaction In every respect, wo shall make no ohargo for tne remedy used during tne irai. We know oxactly what we are talking about, and with this offer back of our statements no one should scoff,' doubt our word, or hesitate to put our remedy to an actual test. We want every one in Richmond who is suffering from any scalp or hair trouble, dandruff, fallinjr hair, or baldness to try our Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. We want tnem to use it regularly say nntil three bottles have been "used and if jt does not pradjcalq da'ndfufc cleanup and refresh. tl)o scalp,' tfgntgn the fiair in us ruuis, hhu hfhw utw jimr, wp tm return every pent paidns for tho romedv for the more asking. There is no formality oxproted. and we exact no obligation from the user whatever. "Ve are established right here in Richmond, and make this offer with a full understanding that our business success entirely depends upon the sort of treatment we accord our customers, and we would not dare make the above offer unless wo were positively certain that we could substantiate "it in every particular. Remember, you' can' qbtain Rexall Remedies in this 'community only at pur stqre The. Rexall Sqrp. H. L. Berry's Brag 8tgpe.' bad-h.ead.p- Some one bw sajd Ihp fipt day you atWlglP U, lot it hang very day ZKHO, gives relief and wqmpn and children in every aronnd tho house a month and it will es men. pity and town n America whoso skins bo your boss. are on fire with torturing ECZEMA Persons troubled with partial paralrashes and other Robing, burning, scaly, ysis are often very much benefited by and crusted skin and scalp humors. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) massaging the' afflicted parts thoroughly SOAP, two refined preparations will give when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. you such quick relief that jou will feel This liniment also redeyes rhpunatip like a new person. We give you three reasons why wo pains. A,l dele'rjs. recommend and endorse ' ZEMO- and The zero "wpfttfief of the past week ZESfQfjqAT fgr an skiqand'ion has been very hard on early lambs, and erujtfpns. st. 1'hey are cloan, scientific prep- reports are to the effect that a large per arations that give universal satisfaction cent, have been lost. and are pleasant and agreeable to vie at all timet, The coldest weather in Kentucky for 8nd. They are not experiments, but thirteen years has been with us for the are proven euros for every form of skin or scalp affections whether on past ten days, according to the Central Kentucky Weather Bureau. infants or grown person'. 3rd. They work on a new principle. They do not glaze over the surface, but they penetrate to the seat of the trouble and draw the germ life from under neath the skin and destroy it:" In this tyfljMij SnAWPOBP Black, Etc., on "WE PROVE IT." Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chanoas ara The farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at home No doubt will be brought here, too. We are headquarters for feiW6 IreU0!0 Gall Phones 16 and 223 Pan Cake Flour and Maple Syrup Dried Cherries for Pies & Io! and behold! your order of Quality Groceries arrives at your door on schedule time. Try our j'a-I- m Quality Groceries Await You Choice Pork Sewell McKinney itwe Commissioners Sale. Pktitios. Lackey Telephone 62 The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Opera House Building k Todd Corsets COMt Suits Qpssartf Corsets fectjy Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and Tallow, Wool, Bags, Bones Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides RikJ Under and by virtue of a judgment Endorsed and sold in Riohmond by and order of sale rendered at the October term of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action; the undersigned, Master Commissioner of sad 5heep Statistics. court, will, on According to a Census Bureau press proof issued at Washington City, Kentucky's sheep statistics are as follows: Qn 2($ farms fenging oj 25 ppr cent 1019, being county court day, at l of all Kentucky farmi 4,414 sheep of o'clock p. m., in front of the court in sell sbearago ago were found in the State house door and Richmond, Ky., follow-to the highest best bidder the This is seventeen sheep tb a farm From ing described tract of land: 3,150 fleeces 10,059 pounds of wool were Situated in Madison county, Ky., at purchased, an average of 0 pounds per tho mouth of Muddy Creek, near the fleece, valued at the total of $5,125. Kentucky river, being part of the land conveyed to Curtis Jett by This is an average value per fleece of and wife, by deed recorded, in8. Parrish the Madi $1.55 or an average per pound of 27c son upunty uouri uicrit 5 otu.ee and DoIn 1000 the money value was S0,0i8, dug ing the sanqe tract of land, excoDt the to. tho fact that 7,021 fleeces, were pro; submerged portion from Lock Ho. 10 q fcentucKy river conveyed to Harry duced, the average vaug pgr 8ep,e, Crawford by deed recorded in Book 48 W10 value at Page 443 In Madison County Court hosier, eny tH?. in thP Pntfr PRtlen was 05,472,323 ard Clerk's office. Said land will be sMd for the purpose the average 11.25 or less than the averof distribution among the heirs of Harry age Kentucky fletce value. Crawford! And contains sixty-fou- r and one-haacres. Grodous Hair Terms Said land will be sold on a credit of six months' time, the purFOR EVERY WOMAN WHO chaser being required io execute sale WANTS IT. bearing C per cent Jntei est from Any woman who neglects her hair bonds y 01 sie untu paa wjm approved y cannot expect to have as lovely half as wilfC-- : Hen retained upon the the woman'who doesn't.' nptU all the purchase money ' Wash"thBhalronce'a week, use P.AR- - land dld H. O. Rice, is paid', ISIAN SAGE 'daliVU kee.T"yQur hair 3j$t M. CM. C.O. brush clean and in a few davi vou will give tp ypyp faaiF hantifnl lustre that you will be proud, qf. flAfolsM SAQI 1 a most reliable tonjpi o reliablf that H. lu Perry gumnteM it to ewiioat e dandruff, stop mining scaip, or noney (amnjr nair baok, It should be used as a dressing by every member of the family because it keeps the scalp elen, prevents hair from turning gray and baldness. Largs bbttle' 50 cents. Ye win haVe no'iise" foe giving aftw cin gfONPlBjiTrUL dpjif Those latereeted in the Blue Grass Beeeball League heard with regret that Mr. Hermann had refused to allow a Quk to be loeeted in Csvlafteti. Suc the gliib would, have streBgtfcened Looking Tfooyift; league &nd p4 it on a seand financial W aaaze Qur 1ft 9 plate vftu, basis, whieh, unfortueately, the league usee. lot It &f saaay dee; not bow eeeupy. Perry's Drug Store. Broaddus. Sanitary Meat elephone 39 5econd-s- t t. o. Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, 'and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Monday, February 5, bley's Honey and Tar Com pound "Cures in ELvery Case." Mr. James McCafferv. manager of the Schlitz IIcHel Omaha. Neb., recom mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound because it cures in every case. i nave used it myself and I nave recommended it to many others who have since told mo of its great curative power in diseases of the throat and lungs," says Mr. McGiffery. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give It to vour chil dren, and take it yourself when you feel a com coming on. it checks and cures coughs, and croup and preents bronhi-ti- s and pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. For sale by Stockton & Son. Im Cardui WomafeTonic Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took CarduL fce-h- ?: P lf so-rit- ludiciously Spent Money is This is what she says about it; "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirtly cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Tak CarduL It will help you. Ask your druggist WrttttK La&s'AMaerrDaet, Orttwet Mtdkiet Ox. CWtoocea. Tcaa baofc.KeaM Trutaiiae lar Woiaaa." xnt tree IS far iMdAtJimtntciiaiit. mad S4-9- That Put Into Homes Because dollar for dollar we do not believe there is anything else on earth that brings, the same pleasure as a hows, And again, by investing right here In your home community you. are dealing in values you understand and with people you know; hence thi risk of loss is cotnjtfotely eliminated. What you dont .know about lumber we are here to tell you and we may be able to help, yov aod many of the m.'nt?,'a that are fre. quentl? soade. la the selection, oi lumber unsifted, for different par. poses. Some lumber W O. K, for outside qeee. and not worth a qb4 for laterior ftni&li, ao4 vlee veec We ktOK ut w!t is best .for meet pmapoeee and have it ia stoek ta shew you. Drop la and let's talk; -- su BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always bea cus- : tomer. . yvm Ril Foley KMney PWs oaljr gweApe they 1 Pttipts For rLyery i Nuxol aixl Victor 5uit$ and Coats. Made to "special Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap Bring what you have I HAVE FOR THE iron;- - ordp" Repairs for all kind of Machinery. Fcit Braces for fences, WUc Tanks, etc., an amy Jc ice's foUftdJW mm wm. Wie m the Style, fit and material jrur any other kMny edveine, ad I've m ebeetrf uUy an teed. CU1 and ee amppk trt4 alo all kd yeeoawend thesp K ail for apd style koc. &, lwys giye setMfactk e t)M work. Qe., beea-ue-e j. jjPCI T. sy$: "( hYf felit. feup tM lecrni weter Foley pfeu fr ollr D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney fc lAdMikfca tar aMtHieor vtttt: e Wfttmdo.aad tne IT it ever Instiseor to Taee Sect L. Main Street "Thm Todd-Edwar-ds flan Ufa RICHMOND M. iMl WIDES Pboo33 Ma J. 220 Second A. Room Rich mood, jr bMi Kid3)ey PiIkwtnMs kidoey aAd KENTUCKY Stmt twWe.1' Toin vty ese of kieV ney or bbulder trnie not bejeod the reach of iaedieio. No. aedkiae can aeecKTec e &ow. Be jtictt 0' r 3 ft Son mBtttMiln S Vail Paper aad Hatate RICHMOND, KY toytom. Lumber Co, The Climax $1 a Year Me ilMllleBeMBeiiiiMWeMlleeMeMWM V W.D.Oldham & Go Richmond, Ky HI BEE CASH m W.D.Oldham & Co Richmond, Ky 0 saving of dollars and cents to all of them who attend our Great Loom Lnd Saje which begins 1 ITf l F S F 1 vuuii j, u ni)iu ....w " sheetevery word means much to you. LsUll L 111 Our New Year's Gift to our many friends and customers will be a cash IOO 1 The Red Tickets all mark bargains. Doors open at 8 o'clock first morning of sale Saturday, Jan. at 830 A. M. and closes Saturday, uary 27, at 1030 P.M. 13 Jan- 1 I r&rw If :::::::::::: . Our store will be closed all day Fri- day, January 2t to mark down and arrange stock for the big sale Money saved is money made. You can make money by attending our Big Loom Lnd 5ale proposition which is well worth your consideration. You need the goods it's up to you to come to this big sale and save money Help us to help you Come to this big sale where low prices are on everything and bargains smile from every counter We were fortunate in securing a number of large cases of Loom Ends of choice Dry Goods that will enable us to offer the buying public greater bargains than ever before offered in this community. If you believe in effecting a saving in your purchases we are in a position to interest you. Prices quoted in this circular are only an inkling of the money saving opportunities offered in this great sale -- Our Loom Lnd 5ales are a business :::::::: The Truth of the Matter The man who writes advertisements for clothing is often apt to Fact is we would rather tell the tell a lie without intending to do so. truth all the time, but the habit of talking about 20 DOLLAR SUIT for TEN and describing CHEaP CLOTHES as the finest ever, when every one knows they are not, grows upon one till the polite lie slips away from the pen and are printed, too, almost before a person knows it. So when you find us saying (as you do in this circular) thatour entire sto'ck of fall and winter clothing will be sold during this CUR GREATEST LOOM END SALE at half pricp, or as nearly half price as possible, don't think we are LYING. Believe us, we are telling you the plain truth. Our clothes are good, durable, well made and full of style. The name on our clothes, the makers name "Schloss Bros." is your guarantee of quality Cash to All BY THIS SIGN This sale will go down in the history of our city as being the biggest sale ever pulled off. In its economy it oversteps any sale ever held under our roof. Its a great chance its your chance, and your proof of wisdom is in taking advantage of it You can make no mistake in buying at the Great Loom End Sale. Prices that will appeal to you. Values you will appreciate at.a glance. You'll haye to hurry Our W ord for Price GO boys' cassimcro knee pant Suits, 70s regular.Sl.50 sellers. Sale price 75 boys' knee pant Suits, regular $2.50 $1.39 sellers. Sale price C5 boys' knee pant Suits, regular $3.50 $1.05 . sellers. Sale price 85 boys' ..knee pant Suits, regular $7.50 $3.05 sollers. gale price . YOU WILL KNOW SCHLQSS BALTIMORE CLOTHES m m mw 11w Copyright 191 By SCHLOSS BROS. & CO., Fine Clothe Makert ( Baltimore and New York lar 50 and 300 pale boys' black knee Pants, regu75o sellers. Sale price 25c Our Pants for .men, in fancy worsted and cheviot, big assortment of patterns regular $2.50 sellers. Sale price $1 49 Men's fancy worsted and cheviot pants our $3.50 value. Loom End price $1.95 Men's fancy worsted and cheviot pants elegant styles, our $1.50 to $0.50 values $3 95 Men's $5.00 Suits,wonderful values for $2.95 Men's 7.50 Suits 3.95 Men's 10.00 Suits 5.95 ' Men's 12.50 Suits 7.25 Men's 15.00 Suits 8.50 New Loom ends will be put on sale daily. You will be able to secure great bargains every day - .C. Not a stogie. market, not a single mill or factory that had merchandise to feci that our buyers have covered themselves with glory in their campaign against competition for good merchandise at low prices for this, our crowning event, in sales-givinoffer at a price far below the cost of manufacture that was not visited by our buyers. They "were like blood hounds on the trail and every thing that would add to our already big stock of seasonable goods and gladden the hearts of our customers was gobbled up by them for cash down when goods were boxed up. We've got them for you this time. You can come expecting to buy goods at the lowest prices ever quoted you for the best brands and latest styles in all kinds of merchandise. Not only do we offer you LOOM ENDS of every conceiable kind, but we offer in addition our entire stock in every department at Loom End Prices. You know when we make this assertion ve mean ft. You have either attended our safes or heard of. them ' Make no mistake. Everything will be just as advertised in price and quality. Come and get your share. Read every price quotation we name, we can't name but a few as space won't allow. But visit us during this big sale and see the price tags in every department telling you how to save money on every purchase. Notify your neighbors to meet you at our big store SALE BEGINS JANUARY I3 AND CLOSES JANUARY 27 gi WE Table Linens, Napkins, Towels Positively the greatest Table Lineu, Napkin and Towel sale ever qffeed in our city. We really have enough for two stores. It will be a chance if you ever get this offer again. Beautiful satin finish and linen Damask 60 in..-- . , wide, regular. 39c' value. This sale price 22c -.- mi 20,000 SPECIAL yards best brands of jTAMOUS Genuine mercerized bleached Damask, in beau-- . . tiful floral and other designs, 64 inches wide, reg ' , 39c ular 60c quality. Sale price 75c all linen Table Damask, 72 inches wide. .. 55c 1.25 all linen, extra fine, 75 inch Damash .. .. . 89c Napkins tc match all our table linens at greatly reduced prices. One lot of red and white, blue and white, gold and white, Table Damask, in beautiful patterns. Regular 35c value for 19c 50 dozen long size Turkish Bath Towels", regu 15c value. This sale price 9c ..... . . . lar 50 dozen "Buck Towels, large size, red borders and plain white, regular 2 for 25c values , .4. ., . . . 8c 50 dozen Linen Damask Towels, nattedif ringe,. , and hemstitched, red, blue, yellow, pink and plain ., . . .19c white. Regular 35c values for 50 dozen extra long hleaehed Turkish" Bath Towels, good value for 35c each. Our sale priceT 19e Calicoes All colors, "navy blue, china blue,shirting prints black and white, silver gray, etc. Not remnan ts whole bolts if you want " them '. ... 31c the new patterns, chec's And finally when you do you are happy. Then buy stripes, plaids, all' the your shoes at W. D. Oldham & Co.'s. All leather very best brands and reglook ular 12i and 15e sellers. shoes thatlow well and, wear well and the price is really too during this sale. A jolly crowd will sure , . 8c Sale price 0,000.00 Shoe Department during , our Big be in our $ One lot of Percales, Loom End Sate. Join them. Shoes for yourshoes for full width, best grands, the family and all at Loom End prices. in dark and Rghttfeoqlors, regular 10 to 12$cyalues You can see form our cuts that we handle Queen .'. .'. 8c This sale . . . Quality shoes "for ladies and Wm. Kneeland's Shoes One lot Galetea Cloth, for men. There is no better shoes made and verv few in fancy; and Solid' colors. as good. "We The best goods ni&defor .pair you buy will save you from 50c to 1.50 .on every durincr the Bier Loom End Sale. This children iompers and same preposition goes on all cliildrens, misses and boys ladies' dresses. Regular 20c sellers l4$c shoes. Sure a srood nlace to buv shoes for vour faaailv J J "'J '. , V Ribbon Bargains "We aye offering during this sale some special bargains in Ribbons. The entire stock has been .marked down for this sale. "We especially call vour AftpnVTnn to one lot of all Silk Messaline Ribbon, in widths from 22 to 100, m all colors, regular 15, 20 and 25ci value. Our sale price for any width Apron Gingham, right off oc j'd the bolt Our entire big stock of Dress Ginghams, ,h all 2500 yards best brands 10c yd Don't You Like to Buy Good Shoes ? In our Lace Curtain Depart- ment we cut prices so low that you will feel like it is a "shame to take tho money. The stock is chuck full of the newest and best things in Lace Curtains, Curtain Nets, plain and fancy Swiss, fine Madras in beautiful colorings for drapery, Portiers of all kinds, and Dotted Swiss. Ask to see these goods and note the sale trices. On lot of remnants of Draperies, Nets, Sains, Swisses, etc., have been marked at half price to close out Look them over Bargains in Domestics Underskirts and Sflk Petticoats 100 ladies' black sateen Petticoats, regular 75 to 85c values 49c 89c 81.37 Our tl.25 and $1.50 values, during this sale for Our. 12 values in blach Heatherbloom Skirts for TVe 2500 yards Hope Bleached Cotton 7c 1500 yards Parmer's Choice, regular 10c value ,. . Qic 2500 yds "Best of All" full yard wide blh Cotton 5ic I. 9$c 500 yards Lonsdale Cambric 500 yards 4 bleached Pepperell Sheeting '20c . 500 yards 30-- 1 bleached. Pepperell Sheeting . 23c 2000 yards good 10-- 4 unbleached sheeting 16c 9-- r. " have just received and will put on sale during thlsJBl Loom End Sale 250 Silk Petticoats, in all tne new colors and black. Regular frLSO asd f 5 values. Loom" End Sale price J2.C9 . 250 bleached Sheets, hemmed seam centers, 500 Mohawk bleach Sheets torn and hem 81-9- 0, 39c 65c med, the best sheet made r. A" Pleasure Awaits You You Know the Place Januiry13th to 27th o Oldltam . .. a Loom Ead Prices on Everything 1UCHMOND INTOCKY Co Right PrK'es; n BUSY : BEE CASH STORE BUSY t BEE W. D. Oldham i Co's jj Loom End Close of Season L3 11 CASH. STORE u 1 Ti Get Busy Everybody. The big Money Saving Time- Has - Don't Wait Don't delay Everything you read in this circular you will see when you come to our big store and attend our big sale Not a single item nor the big lots of merchandise will be mis- Come The Great Loom End Sale begins Saturday Morning January al 13tt at 8 o'clock and closes Saturday evening at 0:30 o'clock treat This sale is our semi-annuto our loyal customers and friends. We want you to get bargains. We intend to see to it that every customer gets a bargain that makes a purchase, for it is our treat represented nor overrated. You will find them all just as advertised Don't wait thinking we will continue this, sale longer than day set to close. This ' will positively be a 13 days bargain giving event and the salevwill Everybody must b2 satisfied or money refunded for each and every article purchased during this sale & & Saturday night, January 27, at 10:30 o'clock close Bring Your Coin everything cash during this sale Bring your pocket book for this will be a strictly Cash Sale It would be too much of a monotony if we continued to have the same kjn1 Qf SIe a.n3 th same things to offer you each time. We feel that it is our duty to our customers Our sales' et larger and larger. and friends to have for them at all times the BEST THE LAND AFFORD5 and this time our buyers have surpassed any previous efforts to this end. When we tell you that we have had the largest and most satisfactory season's business thisfalj qf our entire busjness Gajeer, we wan( tq stop ancj thank you for your generous patronage, we know we can't succeed without your help, and with our efforts combined with your help we are enabled to cull the markets and' do great things in the niertantile line, . We will be able to show you this time the most attractive array of merchandise at the most phenominal low, prices for first class stuff ever before seen in this good old city. There will he a rush for this merchandise, and there ought to be, for when gold dollars are offered at 75 cents each we all try to get them first. But our big store will accommodate you; obliging clerks will administer to your wants; so follow the crowd and come early Tailor-mad- e BEGINS JANUARY I3 Suits, Skirts and Cloaks Bargains Lioom End Prices In 'our Cloak and Suit Department that will make this department lepras bpar of stock as a ship'; spars wbgn stripped for'a storm. Although we have had the largest and best Suit and Cloak sale this season we have over had, ourSuit Parlor is still full of all the best styles in ladies You can; buy any Cloaks and "Wraps. garment in our Coat and Suit Depart, mont during this sale at just half price. Our loss will be your caln. Nothing reservedthey all go. All new. This fall's styles, will be sold in this sale' al from $1.25 to $10.00, and not a one of them but what will be a bargain at double the prjee. CLOSES JANUARY 27 Hosiery and Underwear Bargains The American Lady Corset Company has agreed to help u,s bear tho loss on their Corsets during this sale. So coroo on get your sizo and the style best suited to your figure before it is gone. You can buy them now at Loom End prices. You'll have to hurry it you pet the one you want "Wo have secured for this sale ono lot' of Corsets In the very best makes, worth up to 31.50 each, in all sizes. Your choice during this salo Blanket and Comfort Bargains One lot of about 75 pair 104 size Blankets in white, gray arid tan, with beautiful borders . A good val.W 1 73c a. pair, ..... Our Salo prigo . . " American Lady Corsets 48c Ladies Dress Skirts Qno lot of about QQ pair extra heavy and full 114 sizo 79o Blankets, in white, gray and tan, regular S1.25 value One lot Blankols, about 50 In all, in all colors and plaids, made up from our" 91.25, $1.50 and $1.75 sellers, aft of them OSc full 114 sizo. Salo pric'o for choice. plaids 35 all wool 104 size Blankets, in white, gray and with beautiful borders, all nice and clean and wortbrup to $5 32.95 -- .per pair. Your choice during this sale for You can't afford to miss tho bargains wo .are giving in Bed Com: forts of all kinds. Jo old trashy stuff, but as" good as you'wulfl make yourself. Get our Loom I?nd prices on hem ..... 39c Carpets, Rugs, Mattings regular made, an extra heavy quality, regular loc 80 value, full sizes from 5 to 10.. Sale price. , '50 dozen children's black Hose, "Bear" brand for boys or girls. A regular 25c seller. Sizes- - G ' ,t. J5e to 10. Sale price 50 dozen ladies' black Hose, the kind you pay 20c for, .extra long length, ribbed tops and extra 8c . heavy. Sale price 50 dozen men's Socks, an, endless variety of colors, a full gauge and a regular 3 for 50c seller 8c in ull sizes for this sale Our Hosiery stock is chuck full of nice, quality hosiery of every kind. Loom End Sale prices on all of-the- RegUl iar 15c per pair 25e Gloves at warm gloves, Jersey and golf, for ladies and children. 15c a pair is about half prices for them. 25 Children's Bear Skin Caps in -- 150 all colors 25c Stocking Leg Caps for girls and toys, nice bright pattern 15 the good kind ... f 25o Barets and Combs foj ladles P Sale prcq A purchase of 50 dozen pairs of good Eycry Ha,t and Cap in. the gig Store for men, boys and children has been reduced price for this sale and prices marked in plain figures. You know we carry the most up to date line of Hats and Caps in this city. Come and get them at Loom End Prices 50 dozen children's black ribbed Hose, full at Loom Fnd Prices One lot of Ajcminsler Rues 2760 size; a nice line and worth in a' regular way $2. Sale price.." OSc One lot 912 room size' Brussels Rugs, in beautiful assortment of patterns, full seamless and a regular 315 seller. Our Sale price.... $9.75 This, One lot special Velvet. Rugs, 9J12 sizo, new. spring styles. aiOJitf . rug is sold at 918. Our Sale prico Ono lot of 50 Smith's Axminster Rujrs. In floral and oriental .315 50 designs, 912 size, are a bargain at 322.50. Our Salo price Get our Loom End prices on all kinds of Carpets and Mattings, Now is the time to buy them. Spring will soon be here. You can save big money by buying now. m Men's Underwear Bargains A Flyer in Children's Bleached Muslin Drawers Wo were fortunate is scuring for this sale reus unbteached stitched, in si yes to fit Regular 8c value. As lof Mul crfw Dfwrs, 1Q0 dozen child nicely fP3, ruffled and. 1 Qg from 3 to K yW thy go for they 25 dozen boys' extra heavy Shirts and Drawers, a regular ...... , vejue. Sale price 35c ' One lot men's Underwear, about 100 doxon. Shirts and Drawors, In ribbed and heavy fleeced lined, ecru, cream, gray, light blue, salmon and hleachcd. All sixes and worth up ta Qjo per garment. Our sale price for choice 10a -- 39 lst For HtuKa Undcfww the table. Every zrmentmrkd inplakfcgurt Bar for LM c Don't forget our Small Wares Everything Reduced Ask to see them 40 dozen children's gray and cream colored Union Suits in sizes to fit cnildren from 2 to 14 years old, good heavy fleeced linedj anv size 96 dozen ladies' bleach Union Suits, the regu: ; .. , lar 75c kiad, for this sale you pay 40 dozen ladies bleached Vest and Pants in all sizes, heavy "weight. Sale price 40 dowiu ladies' bleached Vests and Pants in all sites, heavy weight. Per garment Trunks, Valises and Hand BagsJaJ 19c 39c s Loom End Prices 10c Beauty Pins, per pair 25o . of patterns, .'. at -- SsSc 10c , 39c 19c Hat Pins for ladles, a big lot . !Bring your Cash for this is Strictly .rj Cash Sale The Sale That Does Not tyaste But Saves You Money Bee Busy MCIMONI, Cash Store;( KENTUCKY You are invited to it It wiM be the laJk of the fcown and county. You better, come . - . WE TAKE STOCK FEBRUARY , 1 and that the good, people of Richmond and' surrounding territorTherefore we determined that such prices should be named on our stock as will insure a record breaking sale before stock-takin- g reputation at a mere fraction of their true enjoy the greatest offer of values ever put on sale in the heart of the buying season. We have slaughtered standard goods of world-wid- e y-shall worth. This is not a sale of shop wornn trash, but a merciless sacrifice of the Choicest Wares Gathered Together from the Metropolitan Markets We have cut deep to move our winter stock and add prestige to our store for value giving. IRhemost daring disregard of cost or value in a huge outburst of sensational bargains that must lay our counters bare within a short period a bona fide cut. STRICTLY CASH TO ALL A Determination Sale Means SpedalrRductions . SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, AT 8 A. M. Suits and Overcoats at Less Than Cost of Raw Materi Service Suits Built with and idea of strength. All f, colors and sizes at the but the won't last. So be here early if you want one. Regular price 8.00 and 10.00 go-of- Boys' Suits and Overcoats Big assortment in all sizes from 6' to 17 years, most of them are known by the label, "Woolly Boy' Well tailored, perfect fitting. Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction at double the price. We are offering in this sale Suits and Overcoats worth up to $5 Dress Suits and Overcoats Suitable for best wear. Firm front cut Choice of many novel in the newest style. fabrics well tailored. The usual 15.00 and up to 18.00 kind Hand Tailored Suits and Overcoats Choice exponents of the tailors art for the particular fellow who wants the custom made appearance. Brown, black, gray, blue and many combination of colors. $20.00 to $22.00 Determination Price $4.95 Fancy Cheviot Suits and Overcoats many patterns and styles of dark and light materials. We thought them great values of Determination Price Determination Price Determination Price $3.50 Suits and Overcoats, regular 6.00 and 7.00 values $1 0 90 All new shades and styles. Corduroys included all must go . $1.45 $2.00 values now 1.95 2.50 and 3.00 values now 3.50 and 4.00 values now 2.95 5.00 and COO values now 3.95 -- $1350 and Overcoats Values up to $25 00 1 Good staunch woolen material, choice of Men's Trousers Collegian Suits Determination Price $ 6.50 The finest and best of all values up to $30 Determination Price at 12.00 and 13.50, but this is a sacrifice at $8.50 Boys5 $450 Regular 8.00 and up to 10.00 values Determination Price Extra Pants Men's Determination Price $6.50 Regular 12.00 Suits and Overcoats Boys Knickerbocker Determination Price Pants l. 00 values now 1.50 values now 2.00 values now Go , $18.00 Cut Prices on Everything Large assortment, all made up in the Knickerbocker style. All go in this Great Determination Sale $750 ... .95 1.35 Clueut Shirts All fancy colors, white pleats excluded Underwear Wool,Ribbed and Fleece in Coopers and Wright's Health Men's Shoes 100 pairs Baj'den's Men's Hats 4.75 G.00 Shoes now. The Just Wright 5hees 300 pairs to pick from 5.00 values now 4.00 values now 3.95 3.45 $150 5hirtsnow 2.00 Shirts now 2.50 Shirts now : : : : $1.15 1.45 1.85 5oft and stiff; black, gray and brown, also "rough" soft styles 2.00 and 2.50 values for 3.00 and 3.50 values for : : Royal Special and Monarchs The best $1.00 5hirts made All fancy colors $ 35 $2.00 values per garment 1 .00 and .50 per garment .85 50 and .75 per garment .40 1 1 Muflsing Union Suits $1.006hirtsnow 50 Shirts .00 and 1 now : : i : : : 80c 40c $2.00 and 2.50 now 150 values now 1 $1.65 300 pairs 1.15 Ladies' Shoes Sil-Ki- Big Assortment of Other Brands 300 pairs or more to select from 3.50 values now.. .. r ".. . 2.95 3.00 values now 2.50 values now ; Winter Caps "With Jmlis - 1.35 2.45 1.95 i.00 Caps for .50 Caps for .25 Caps for Fur Flaps tc pull down qq .'..."-!.- . . . . . . . . 7. . 35c 15q d. This famous make is widely $3.95 Boys' Shoes 3.00 values now 2.50 values' now 2.00 values now .00 values now .80 Flannel Work Shirts $2.00 values now 1 known to our customers for its good style and perfect fit. They Fit the Arch ... 2.35 1.95 1.50 Men's and Boys' values values 5.00 values 3.50 values 3.00 values 8 00 G.50 $135 .85 50 values now Gloves The Great Western make, can't rip, lined and unlined : $3.75 $5.00 values now : 235 350 values now .75 250 and 3.00 values now 1.15 50 and 2.00 values now 1 .00 values now : : .75 1 1 $5.00 values for 4.00 values for . 3.50 values for : : : . : : : : : 335 2.85 Suspenders -- Lace Boots now Hea" ' v: Sweaters and Jerseys , ROYAL SPECIAL 400 pairs strong Police and Firemen's Brands, noted for strength; the kind always considered 1 T goou values at "doc. Sale price now now now " 5 59 4 'q now. Bargain ..; 97- o 45 now : 35 1 .00 and 1 .75 $ 25 values now 1 .65 2.0o and 250 values now $ 3.00 and 350 values now 235 50 and 75 values $3.00 values for 2.50 values for : : $2.45 1.95 : ' : Our Neckwear sale will be the eventT jOC of the year. Choice of house Silk Mufflers at One-hal- f Off Neckwear 5ee our l surprise you to find sueh great values Counters-wil- Don't Get This Sale Confused With Other Sales s The Popular Gorher, Second and Main Streets X J Look for the Big Yellow Banner HOME OF COIXJEGIAN CLOTHES NIFER '1 M M WLML I1M When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is .difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of .house furnishings at one time You will be:3urprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes-attractirwith newithings, if you follow Uiisa'n of adding "something new every Our 9 Sale VA Splendid-Stoc- of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. BEN H ETT and H I GGI HS On 01 CUT PRICES CONTINUE t- UNDER AUNG Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Lome vy. e i t, as - - r r C tf arr will mreir dntror the sras of cmell Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst . tfly draajre U wtwle fj'tem when mncoua curtacea. Baeb Ummeli ifvjuld ntrer Uie used excrot oa meserlD- - Home Insurance Co. Write mo or phone be n repsuble phralela&a. aa the damage 151 nng 2. Union City, gy. jo ia we iwa 10 ue fixmj yoa can them. Haifa Catarrh Cure, Plenty of Oats anT all kinds of field Qiener Co.. Teledo. ' a mercury, br F. J. and ia taken Internally, r'Uj upon the blood and rnucoa nr- - oocui ui uuracuve prices, see us . At O? ? That Contain Mercury tor dry goods and notions. do and why not you. to Owen McKee, Richmond Others Overcoats, Suits, Pants, Warm Work Jackets, Underwear, Gloves, Caps, Flannel Shirts, Heavy Shoes, Hats, Etc justat the.time ' . Z . fiie aratem. In bajlnc Haifa Catarrh yen fret the renaine. It li taken end nde In TeleHo. Ohio, Lj F. 3. a: t TestliDonUU free. Dnmltta. Price, "5c per buttle. Family PUla for ctraatlpatlen. FO- -e before buying, - Arkold & Simmons. A healthy man is a king in his own right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy tf slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound health keeps you welL j3-lAt my home, C19 North Second .street. When in need ol Blacksmithing In I air prepared to accommodate boarders loard and lodging or day board only. any of its branches, Farming Implements, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Ubs. Claba Tbaylor, Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. 29-tP! .neTOS. . Miller, Union City, Ky. I'va i send your orders for Calendars The Climax Is now For Rent iu- f ! Richmond. prr pared to handle this class of printiMy house on North Street with stable ng and will have a representative to and other outbuildings. ca on you with an elegant assortment 28-t- f Mrs. A. T. Million. of sn" pies within a short time. Boarders Wanted. you need them. carry it over We are forced to sacrifice heavy merchandise rather:than hence these extreme price reductions - A; .. f. t-f- Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Cockerels are now and pullets. Apply to Q. W. Deather- Titur tixes for the year Come age. roone 209-hands for collection. 29-m ear.y and avoid the rush, as well as 1 Rooms For Rent sa ng Uie penalty, by prompt payment. Rooms furnished or unfurnished. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie HendersoD, West 27-t- f. :.cn you want a reliable medicine Main street. -o jgh or celd take Chamberlain's : j Remedy. Lost It can always be de--- 1 upon and is pleasant and safe to Oblong black Onyx locket and chain. Preaching. j3-lSold by all dea'ers. One side of locket has a pearl, other side Rev. E. H. Burnam will preach at the returned BOOKKEEPING place for picture. Reward if 29-Second Presbyterian church, January to Climax office. Bnslaess,Phonography 21, at 11 a. m. Cordial Invitation to all. TYPEWRITING and Old corn $1.25 per bbL by the load. Preaching may be expected at the same TELEGRAPHY Send your order to p'ace and hour regularly nereaiter on WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Arnold & Simmons, tf Sunday morning. i if ifnt hai yeara of experfenefYn tnercantfli at . - n Imtineaa, alo XI jrrarj eneatinc WU Butler Sebastian sold with "us January anil wnmD fwrpwrrr.a For Sale. Y9"Ent.r nnw -arton.Kr A four cylinder, 18 horse power, five 14, 3,800 pounds at 816 45. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. passenger, air cooled Franklin automoWanted Wheat L. & A. Depot. good running condition, tires "r ca have a little good wheat left bile, in Think of that rfearly 4,000 pounds at as good as new. Will sell cheap. Adc f- - brjng it to us. Will buy or ex-- c 27 Ct 810.45. Pretty good, eh! dress Box 625, Winchester, Ky. flour for it. A Weekly Feature. Pase specify our goods when order-- j $5 Reward. r your merchant. reI will pay five dollars roward for The Climax has made arrangements Iadisox Millikg GoiiPAKr, for a weekly letter from Frankfort durturn of a small female, reddish-colore- d -accessor to East End Mills) 29--2 1 dog, wearing leather collar, which .dis- ing the session of the Legislature and appeared from the Scanlon place last our readers should take advantage of Office For Rent Wednesday. The dog is of the Cur this opportunity to keep in touch with "cc equipped with water and heat stock and was seen several times latter what the solons are doing. This will be building on Second street- - Pos-giv- part of last week cn the Jack's Creek a weekly feature during the session. A. D Milleh, pike. January 1st, 1912. Don't overlook our bargain counte- rRichmond, Ky. Douglas & Simmons. tf. better goods at less money than you can find anywhere. 1911 n-2. tf 8-m 2t am en Taxes Due. Turkeys For Sale. Covington Hauling. All persons wanting hauling of any kind done, will please call Charles Jolt, 30-tPhone 473. f in Richmond Cemetery. Banks Marrie Mr. Robert L. Garrett, of Panola, and Miss Sadie Pearson were married at the County Clerk's office Thursday, Squire J. D. Dykes performing ther ceremony. Boys' Com Club. Two hundred boys to grow an acre of corn each in Madison county next summer. Eighty-fiv- e dollars in gold to be given as prizes to these boys. Prof. G. D. Smith, of the Normal School, is undertaking the organization of 200 boys in Madison county into a club for the purpose of giving each an opportunity to show what can be done on a scientific basis, under the proper instruction, by our Madison county boys corn growing. Prof. Smith in has received the promise of donations from the Normal School and citizens of Richmond and vicinity, the sum of 8S5 which will be given as prizes to the boys who make the best showing in the raising of this acre of corn. The seed corn will bo furnished by the Commissioner of Agriculture through the Department of Education and will be distributed through Supt. Noland. A full account of the organization prizes, donors and the names of members already enlisted will be published next week. Any boy in the county who is interested, please write to Prof. Smith or Supt., Noland. te Moberly. David Turpin has moved to Red House. a John W. Gray is visiting friends near Beattyville. George McKinney has gone to housekeeping near Moberly, and many friends wish him unbounded success. Richard Turpin has moved near Moberly. He formerly resided here, and is welcomed back by many friends. Beck & Bonny, of Waco, have sold their store, and Mr. Bonny has moved the postofHce into G. B. Moore's store. To give satisfaction rubber shoes must be properly fitted. We can fit you. . Deaths ' The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Stone Maupin extend to. them their hearty sympathy in the loss of their beautiful little daughter, Mayme, who died Mon day morning after a sboit illness of. pneumonia. Though the little one was but five months old it was the idol of its fond parents, and the taking away of this little bud to blossom in another world, is, indeed, a crushing blow to those who loved it most. Interment took place yesterday in Richmond Cemetery. Although expected, the death of Mrs. Dudley Tribble on Sunday morning came as a shock to her wide circle ef friends. Deceased had been in declining health for many months, but bore her illness with' Christian fortitude. Mrs. Tribble was 60 years of age, and before her marriage was a Miss Weath ers, of Lexington. She was a member the Baptist church, and was a woman of high ideals and lovely Christ ian character. Her death is partic- larly sad in that it follows so close to that of her husband only a few weeks ago, ana also oi ner son, uasweu Tribble. She was loved by a large acquaintance and much sympathy is felt for the three daughters who, in so short space, has been beroft of father, mother and brother. The daughters are Misses Tillie, and Bessie Tribble and Mrs. James J. Neale. Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at the home on West Main street by Rev. E. B. Barnes, after which the remains wore laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery. Deepest Snow in Years. For the benefit of our readers who are enjoying warmer climates, we refer to the ten to twelve inches of snow that This was fell Thursday and Friday. followe'd by the thermometer dropping to ten degrees below zero Saturday morning. The last week has been one of the most severe known in many years. Buys Farm. The 205 acre farm of the lato T. P. Walker, that was offered at publio sale last court day, and taken down because a sufficient price was not obtained, was sold privately to Coy Brothers, of Kirks- ille, for $92.50 per acre. The tract lies in the East Lancaster suburbs, and is a very desirable parcel of land. Lancaster Record. Coy Bros., referred to above, are Messrs. Mao and Nay Coy, two of Madison's most progressive far- Report of City Clerk to the Board of Council From ce on Rice & Arsold. January 1, 191 1, to January 1, 1911, 1, 1912. 1, Marriage License. mers. Make up your mind now that going .to vote for R. B. Terrill election. His record as a public has never been eclipsed by any official. yeu are for re servant former tf. Receipts of the Oily of Richmond, Ky., from Jan. " to Jan. January 1, 1911 Tax and Penalty Tax and Penalty Tax and Penalty Tax and Penally i.ax ana renauys Tax and Penalty. rlionment Warrants, . Elsewhere in this issuo of the Climax will be found the annual report of the , city of Richmond. Every taxpayer in 41,753 18 Save ten per cent, on your groceries the city should, read'thls statement, Co, by buying from Covington-Thorp- e which is one of the best, if not the very T .ses 30-t- f best, reports ever published in Rich balance shows Accepts Call to Knox'ille. mond. The reporttreasury, a divided of s Pen.. as $14,990.18 in the c y Clerk's Fees. It will be interesting to many friends follows: Balance in general fund, $3,- r here to know that Rev. Herbert Smith 482.63; in sinkiDg fund, $6,507 55, mak '..ascription... y Small PoxPatienUss. has accepted a call to the First Presby- ing a total of 314,990.18. The Mayor pi terian church of Knozville Tennessee. and City Council should be proud of this' red Corn Sold. aSsSaBaaMS After months of suffering from a com K . Sold Mr. Smith is a son of Rev. J. Addison excollent'ioport which reflects credit on plication of diseases, James H. Gentry Vote for R. B. Terrill for" on Pay Roll Smith, formerly of this city and since all the officials of the city administration. died at his home Monday morning, on I 135 00 to the offlce of County Court Clerk. He ,Koad Roller graduating "from Princeton has filled forty-on- e will appreciate an endorsement of his 100 00 V.; iption on 2nd. St, Pavements, the pulpit of a big church in Rochester, We now have all sizes in the Famous the Otter Creek pike, aged years. Death came to this well known I" present administration. tf. 2 00 The only shoe N. Y. He has been heard here several Witch Elk bootees. rary Patients .. same room of his birth 12 26 T. i Penalty, 1905-4-times. Besides being a most entertain known that is absolutely waterproof. citizen in the Judge Lindsey at the Normal. 900 00 Scircr Subscription ing speaker he Is an organist of ability Wear them onco and you will not be and at the old Gentry homestead where The Eastern State Normal has bad who extend wiihout them. Ask the people that you he had spent a life time. He was a son 62 42 and has many friends here Bybee Property. Judge Ben B. Lindsoy in the annual 16,50' r" . Bybee Property....-- . see wearing them. They are our adver- of Mr. Joe K. Gentry, of this city, and best wishes. his death is the first to occur in a family lecture course. Nothing better ever - 181" 85 tisement Rice & Arnold. He was married came to Kentucky. of nine children. Mote eloquent j, 'Town Property For Sale. Advertising Delin- es .ssions and twenty years ago to Miss Ida Hisle, speakers! Yes. More enter'aining '. False Arrest Due To Odd Taxes , . House and' lot on one of the best 'daughter of Mr. John Hisle, of this speakers with burning facts of imme C- 1,599 86 ed Taxes t streets in the town, lot 48 by 100 leet, Tangle. diate Interest? Not Never did any man county. No children ever resulted from ,52,369 Cti reception hall, parlor, kitchen and 85 10.615 17 flo nd on broken tiling., The following from the Frankfort this union, and the wife, who Provi Superintendent Noland An at any time in the world's history, utter rooms, down stairs; three bed 566,602 71 Total Receipts.. will be of interest here, dence has permitted to be at his side l nounces tor Police Judge. more basic facts. On tho evening or hall, bath room and closet on first stair these years, is left to mourn the de January 12th, Judge Lindsey spoke for DISBURSEMENTS. and cold where the parties involved live: Elsewhere In the Climax appears the floor; finished attic? 'with hot 'Bv reason of an odd combination of parture of an indulgent and faithful hus-- J announcement of Superintendent John two and a half hours. At. chapel next shower baths, on third floor, fine sleep 4,000 00 VTrranu Payable , morning, he spoke about one hour. This, Toba. Munday was In band. Funeral services will be conduct Noland for the office of Police Judge of ing apartments in summer, there being circumstances, I'te-e- st 1,614 02 on School Bonds . dieted in Madison county on a charge of ed at the residence this morning at 10 the city of Richmond, subject to the ac in our op'nion, was better than the regu windows on all four sides; good base Irc-t- st 495 41. on Old Warrants obtaining money by false pretenses. He o'clock by Rev. Wyatt, of the Methodist tion of the Democratic party. Supt. lar lecture. In Prof. Sharon's da s in ment for coal, kindling, canned fruit, Bet" ' of Education 11,920 23"' was promptly acquitted, when the pro church, after which the remains will be Noland needs no introduction to ihe Civics, be spoka thirty minutes on the i. All modern conveniences in house. 250,00 Escr.uve Salary.: deep and subtle force of bribery. ' This secuting attorney was informed as to the interred in the Richmond cemetery. voters of Richmond, since he has spent Apply to this office. .834 oo : Le; native Salaries short talk was the most concrete and Munday then sued A. L. real facts. his entire life among our people, is now ' .al RnlnriM 1,500.00. Sympathy Is the secret Mrs. A. K. Lewis died at her home In serving a second term aajjuperfntendent the best of alL Gott and Creed Qott, charging false pro Up. Cheer Pt -- e Department Salaries 2,401 00 of the Judge's power; not pity, but sym secution, but the Court of Appeals says Winchester Sunday morning from in of Publio Schools ef Madlena county, It's a good'old world yet, fellows, and 33 50 o Department Supplies lower court did not err in dis firmities incident to old age. She was poeitloa he has filled acceptably to all pathy. He said that tho Juvenile Court F c Department Salaries., there's lots and lots of luck. There's that the the petition. 1,827 00 Munday owed seventy-seve- n year a of age and formerly concerned. Madison has never had at was not the only thing; indeed only a missing about a million chances for a lad who '733 87 Department Supplies.- small part of the great problem of lifting She Qott Brothers $18 and paid them with a lived at College Hill, this county. the head of her sehoo's a more con humanity. ' '200 00 has the pluck. Don't sit down and Assessor Salary He struck at tbe very heart g member of the Baptist scientious, painstaking official check. When the Gotts deposited the was a than cuss your fortune and be gobbled by rrtrtionment Warrants. . check, they did not endorse it, and jt church and had aaany friends in Madison iaaariatendent Noland has prexea him of the qutstion in the statement that bethe blooms, whi'e the htw tiers rufa 901.65' Sewalk Construction hind the stream of youth which Hos r reached the bank in Lexington on which who will regret to leain of her death self to be, and he retires from that r 'j Collector Salary on past you with a hundred thou 800 00 into the Juven ll jDourt, lies tbe great was drawn without the endorsement. Funeral was preachad Monday at Collate - it ith the plaudits of tboee who are sand booms. Don't give up and say it'sTcs' House Expenses 74 v05 That bank refused to pay the check be Mill by Rev. Gilbert, followed by inter familiar with the'great work barbae aa-- facts of sla in tbe social forces and useless for a fellow nowadays to secure f 7 Hall Repairs in the eeonlmlc facts of ofir cause of the failure to endorse, but the ment in the Collage Hill grave yard. oeaspliebed during hto two adaainietra a wad of money or land anything that la. Expenses 815.00 political systenu Judge Lindsey says check was returned to the Madison Besides a husband, three step children tieos. Be now aaaeato to of pays. For the old world hates a quit C"J Euuding Supplies "No Funds." survive. They are: Mrs. W. Martin, RiekaMfid aad'setictos their support aad that edtteatioa sane Education Is the . Vi5e., county bank, marked ter, and it booaMrasffs a g roach; and Clar ty Appropriation 81 70 Ifunday then was indicted; but it was ef tlito e&y, aad Meters.- - George and ianueace for tba nil l of Patiea Judge real corrective principle. This educa th Lord. He bte a kaoektr, and T73 05 Heah Department... lion must touch the heart as well as the shewn that there was anwtake. Tim Jaaies Lewis, of Clark eewnty.-- , He to a member of Rtahaaead bar aad DamFrlune httMi sloweh. Pays ooart here says that taa-Ge-tt 3 75 rart Cosis avaacattoa tnat win laaae men Brothers thoroughly q Manned to take care of alekal far a wh!k Wee, don a four Back Tax Expense 638,2L Z. it- . T. jn- Xia. Ps4ly Keen died suddenly Sun every duty ia vetoed ia eonaaetioa with ajd weeaen hsnest, truthful, aad fearless war Jwt tb proiianaas eaaat of ' hands tm-aMgrin, rteevat " 308d25: and Printing day eveaiaf at taa, hoese of Mr. aad Mr tbe odaee. If sins 1 be pledgee the in dotag jaetiee between at an and man. that yo 4Mawt afatast Xudy, asdwM tlteia, aad wVJl Izrmary Expense 369.90 Tba heats, he seys, to a areat fact in Al Lalor, oa Oraaff street, at th ripe Atomy to away was nan anarao wk. Tfc market to aiaoii atroagar oa all Mucellaneous 410 38 drears. Mrs. teriaed hto adaaaaiatratiasi aa Oaastty efaiH's Ufa. Without a true sympatba aaa of etofrty-eeva- a old Treasurer's Salary... 300 00 tfo home for cur children oar youth Kipitbltowi has aad retired gaooriaienrleiit. Keeaa ate a hearty Tim gftrnxteUirg TasAcee WAasaxws Co. H amook Street Lighting ... 6,424 mast deteriorate and the body politic to mm fluwodibwft early aa was bar oaateeju She had been it mm L. ADaaoC Water Rent 00 fwwiriy Tb ia bar room oaly a few t sen eats whoa Tobacco Sales at the Famteis aaVr. Tarougb she Nsrmal School,Sewers Jadge Liadeey reaabad all Kaatera. Keo1,044 97 . ; 14 wu owmmI sal Itaas loaf DmawUc caatow Mrs, LaW beard a faint freaa and go- Tobacco Warthouse. Street Department's Salaries taeky. 70 2.5S9 tUtod br Lw K. Brown. Mr. Or bas ia laadtooo county to glv a sooood term ing- to the bedside of the aced woman Street Department's Supplies 4,793 25 About 40,000 pounds soid Monday. J. mUiiHi mmt, and all ttet is lite extinct, death evidently being a to taoM official who parf om thair duty found BIRTHS. License Refunded 12 SO m ill f' (AWft Im pclitM. Suo-c- darinf taa firat tara of efloo, aod you doe to old age. Daeeaaed to survived by O. Coffey's crop of 2,400 poaada avenged -- 51, Ml Total Mr. aad Mr. George O. Parks, who WbiUock sold Ua to Loadar to Um wiah of aaa asaka no attotaka by deciding to oast three daaabtera, who are: Mrs. Emily 14.40. Hoskiae aad Balance General Faad.-8,42,3 .1 aad Mrs. tbeir low grades, bright, traah. and lags reaale temrmHas north of BJatimond, are 14,MU Cuscax. Whiabar, Mxa. Link-Beeper- , Balance Sinking Fuad i for 6.597 5 year vota for K B. Tamil House's raaaiviag oongratuhUtoee of friends over to the ofllea of Gouty Court dark. goaie 3ag, all of this city. After fan-- aot included, for I13.9L A. J. 75. On IW throat iftoas days Cvriaftoc- Ml, 808 71 taa ariTfai of t win daughter on 8tur rop broagbt an average ef el. to opan tortile closeatlaapae-- aezal servioee at the grave yesterday Ma radtteUoa of His racord Thoraa Oa. Wati f tba entire near averaged M.S& ft ware laid to rest tf. siterooan. the remains 80-t- I tioo. taa par aaai. as aU fooarioa, A. B. PARIS. -r.c-".--J -3, " m News-Journa, --. 30-2- L Y-"t , life-lon- 11 52 32 69 54 93 117 .74 1,642 39 39,893 86 196 99 5,606 34 1,232' 00 35 60 3 97 406 00 50 00 6 55 JgOO . During the year 1911, there were is sued from the Couty C'erk's offlce 195 1912. marriage license to white people, and 69 County Clerk Terrill reports 14,233 68 colored. that some ministers are derelict in making proper returns of license,however all have been returned for last year with It is important the exception of five. that the license be returned for record. Excellent Report No death has occurred in this community recently, that carries nith it more genuine, deep sorrow than that of Charley Duncan, who breathed his last on Monday evening just as the stars were, peeping from ihe heavens to keep their nocturnal vigil. . His young life went out with the close of day, and. no doubt his soul has been chiseled into a bright diadem of the heavenly body. This young man, who had just passed his 16th birthday, had been sick for about '..three weeks, the dbease which took him hence' began with diphtheria and later developed into pneumsnia. Saturday and Sunday his condition was considered much improved, but Monday brought about a change for the worse ed and he sank rapidly to the end. was a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Duncan, and was a manly, straightforward young man and was liked by all. He was married just six weeks ago to Miss Bessie Marcum, daughter of Hiram Marcum, of this county, and the sudden taking away of her husband of such a brief period has almost prostrated the young bride. The funeral will be preached today at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. Gilbert at the residence of his brother, Chenault Duncan, on Third street, followed Jby interment in Rich-mo- d d cemetery. Much sympathy Is expressed to the family and to the young bride wbo has so suddenly been widowed. De-ccs- Cecilian Club. On account of the illness of Mrs. Kel logg, who was to have been leader and hostess of the Cecilian Club on last Wednesday afternoon, the meeting was held at the Elk Club. The following program was led by the president, Mrs. Pickels: Cnopni. Roll Call What the Critics Have Said of Him? Polish History in 19th Century Mrs. Neale Bennett. I (a D flat' Waltzes (b) f Rice & Arnold. ' Gflat. Mrs. W. G. White. His Childhoo- dMiss Higgins. Nocturne E flat No. 9 Miss Pickels. Current Events Mrs. Dean. Fantasie'lmpromptu op. 66 Miss Watts. . Ballade A flat op. 47 Mrs. Denny. Mrs. Hanger gave a most interesting account of her recent two months' stay in New York City, telling of her many musical treats and of her meeting so many celebrities al a banquet given to Mr. and Mrs Chapman, the former the founder of the Apollo Club, the latter tho present president of the Rubenstein Club. Mr. and Mrs. Hangor were guests at the banquet and enjoyed immensely, meeting such celebrities as Nordica, Sousa, DeKoven, Martin, Cary, Eddy, Rappold and others. Representative Spahn, of Louisville, will introduce in tbe Legislative a bill providing that the age of consent of a female to marry be fixed at eighteen years instead of twenty-on- e years, as under the present law. It is represented that eighteen years is the age fixed in the laws of all neighboring States, and. this law will, it is supposed, havo a tendency to stop elopmenls and leave The man who is always criticising the license fee in Kentucky. every spirit of enterprise that is manifested and never lets an opportunity An opportunity is now afforded you to pass to knock tin his home town, was save ten per cent, on your groceries. never known to do anything to improve These reductions are made in order to it. Richmond has citizens of this class convert our goods into cash. 30-t- f CovDJOTOS-Tnonrs like all other towns. Co. W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence,352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF , . Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago New York Samples Submitted to Your Own Home : Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed " A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as oc tbe-vote- rs . - . at yr te 1 85-5,0- suar 00 Bblia w bca " m fin taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for ounty Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him."' It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, fnendshipl or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer thai has bad the proper training and expert- ence and wno is honest and eneigeuc Which Candidate's Record Is THE BEST? Ill that of any other is better than mine vote! for hap. If mine is best vote for me and 1 wiH appreciate it J. J. GREEN LEAF. ia JP YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THE EVENT Elder ssi Green Tag iiii 111 11 The Reason of This Big Sale Never before in the history of our store, have we been so well prepared to furnish the needs of the people of Richmond and Madison county as we are now. Our buyers bought more extensively than ever before for our fall and winter business, and while our business has been good, it has fell short by far of our expectations,due to the fact of the inclemency of the weather unsettled business conditions. We bit off more than we could chew. We must unload, therefore this Great Bargain Event It will pay Yu to come miles to attend this sale. We will be well prepared to give you every attention. 5o be on hand the opening day as early as possible and take advantage of the ripest plums Dress Qoo 5 This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a life time. In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to get linings, trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone would actually cost you. Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains Ginghams 2$ to 3 yard lenghts, usually sells for 7 4 and 10c per yard. Help yourself at 5,00 yards nice ginghams, 1-- Cash to One and All SATURDAY January 13 to 27 The sale that draws the Don't Forget the Date wmmmmmMiimm!mmmm rr - 5c yard In Every Department. This sale lasts two weeks and introduces al the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash. .Look tor the Green Price Tags For this reason we are sure the simple announcement of the dates sale we have succed in securing a greater range of styles and datterns than ever before, and that our prices will be found a little lower than in our previous sales. pecting bigger and better values for your money than you ever received before. We never have disappointed our friends, we are not going to begin now . YOU LOOK The real loud noise all big sales all know what it means when we announce one of our Bargain Events. We have told many of these sales vin the past and never in and we have have we disappointed the public. ofEvery promise has been carried out to the letter, and in most instancesour efforts to done more. sale will fill our store to overflowing with eager bargain hunters. However we wish to say that in for READ Our Shoe Department For Women and . Children people for miles around This year its greater and grander than ever before STUDY EVERY ITEM secure merchandise this That's why we feel safe in telling you to come ex- Tailored Dress Skirts In the new weaves and nicely tailored, excellent quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and some colors. Shirts during this sale at $5 Panama White Goods We are offering you white goods in 2 and 3 3'ard lengths at less than one half the former price. Just the thing for ladies waists and childrens dresses. India Linen that usually 1- -2 sells at 12c, during this sale at .. , Is full of the newest and best Winter styles for men wotqen and children. It will bo cheaper to buy new shoes than to have the old ones repaired 7 $2.98 7.00, 8.00 and 10.00 Voille Skirts during this sale gg Qg Best possible prices. We are making a deep cut in price on every Fur we carry $1.25 1.50 2.00 FURS , 98c up $1.24 up For Men Store closed Friday, January 12th, to mark down prices overalls "We have one lot good all wool Suits, all in small sizes and a little out of date. A suit out of this lot if you can find your size will be as cheap as Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats $ .79 98 1.24 8 Boys' Clothing We have given you bafgains before, but never anything like these. These suits are made to give the best wear of selected materials Boys' 10.00 Suits tfow C.48 Roys' 8.00 Suits now 5.98 Boys' fi.00 Suits now 3.4S Boys' 3.50 Suits now 2i4& Boys' 2 50 Suits now 1.9S We have a lot of Boys' straight Pants, all!' sizes, wortn trom 5Uc to 1.50. Your OC choice of this lot for Furs Furs Furs H.00 Furs 5.00 Furs 6.00 Furs now now now now now now 2.98 3.98 This will be the greatest sale in the history of Richmond and will prove conclusively our underselling powers. Cloaks for ladies', misses and children, the most attractive styles ever shown in Richmond, nothing but the finest mBterials in all the popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest detail. Look around first and then compare our prices with thoso of others. You will appreciate the values all the more. To unload this stock of coats we have cut the price to make them go 9.08 20 00 and 18.XK) Ladies' Coats reduced to 7.48 15.00 and 12.60 Ladiee Coats reduced to 4.08 10.00 and 7:50 Ladies' Coats reduced to CLOTHS McOIl Pstttn ' Price, 15 ccnU uch LADIES' COAT SUIT Not. 4215423! No Rebate Stamps Given During Sale Ladies' Black Sateen Petticoats; made with deep flounce and ruffles, with hemstitching on flounce, bought especially HA Ladies fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, ruffles, would be dheap at 1.50 deep flounce and Petticoats r Men's Fine Pants At Gaeen Tag Prices. Not a man but what will want one or more pair at these prices Trousers worth 5.00 for . .3.48 Trousers worth 4.00 for 2.98 Trousers worth 2.50 for 1.48 Trousers worth 2.00 for .24 ". Great Mill and Factory End Sale occasion in the: history All previousrecords for, underselling has been outdone on of modern retailing has there been an event so laden with vital economies. It will go down in history as the most sensational sale of staple merchandise ever lauached in Richmond PepperreH Bleached Hope Bleached Amoskeag Ticking Outing Flannels - Sale price.... Staple and Domestic Gottons never this Finest quality feather ticking, A G A brand, absolutely guaranteed, all the staple blue stripes, sold the world over at 20c yard, Mill Ends 1 from 3 to 0 yards moid y Thousands of yards of this famous Bleached Muslin In Mill Ends, from 3 to 10 yard lengths Hp Rata nriee rser v vard -- Ladies' black fino Mercerized Sateen Petticoats '. our regular 2.00 values 5.00 Black Silk Petticoats for 3,24 qjt 1 A 98c In January Blankets and Comforts Almost at our Own Price Men's Furnishings In this department we offer some unmatchable values. ' We know men's needs, also how to buy furnishings and offer the resultof both, and this announcement of price reductions will be instantly accepted as facts for it is a well known truth that we keep all our promises Hats worth 1.25 to 1.50 now 98c Odd size Hats worth from 50 to 75c. 25c Shirts, Neckwear, Etc., AH Reduced we receive ou Spring and Summer Clothing. We need all the space for th's that we have in our Clothing Department, but at present this is chuck full of the newest and most up to date styles. We .bought them; we haven't sold them we need the space we have to have the money. We challenge any competition in Kentucky on values. We show everything" new CLOTHING SALE Men's Fine All Season Suits Underwear Men's heavy fleecod Shirts and Drawers, 60c value Ladies' heavy fleece Vests and Pants, now Ladies' Red Flannel Vests and Pants 1.50 values Men's Gray Wool Shirts and Drawers, 1.50 values Men's Red Flannel Shirts and Drawers, 1.50 values 39c 45c 98c 08c 98c Seal Amoskeag, all solid colors and white, 'worth 15c a yard in a regular way, Mill and Factory Ends up S HQetfAQ You all know the grade, Mill Ends from 21-- 2 to 7 2 yard lengths. During 18.00 .and 20.00 Suits and .Overcoats reduced to 12.48 15.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 998 10.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 6.98 7.50 Suits and Overcoats reduced to !!!".!!"" 4!9S .... .'...).'. to 10 yards 7 Sala price A"4t 1 Op 9i thissalo at 10 w a uv 1 -- Op Art Lmcm, Dress Accessories, Etc One lot of Ladies' Belts, worth 25c, sale price 10 Wunderhose nlreV EVERYTHING $1.00 REDUCED CASH TO ONE AND ALL Prepare for Spring by Buying Lace Curtains, Draperies, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Oil Cloth Now NOTIONS Sarirty Pins, all sires, 2 carii Allen's Bor&ted Talcum Powdar -- Long Cletk 5c 3c" King's 200 yard spool thread 12 dozen agate buttons.. Men s Hose Ladles' Hose Infants' Hose j 2 5c -- 8c 8. 13,19c 5, 8, 10c Extra quality English Long Cloth, standard widths, all lengths from 3 to 10 vn! .actually worth 15, IS an ! 20c yard 15 am ana Factory Ends, sate pilco " fine SFASH CLOTHS-lteguk- tioa family size, .made of good quality Turkish Trrj. 1 .worth 5 and 10c, Sale priee X RICHMOND .24 Rfc 0All S1.S0 R & G and American BeautyCorsets $189c G Corsets All 11.00 and 'American Beauty KENTUCKY