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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8 Pages Teday Section Dm THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. 1912 The Prayer of the Horsa To thee, my master, I otter my prayer; Peed .me and caro for mo, and when tho day's vrnrk is done, please provide mo with shelter, a clean, . dry bed, and a stall wide enough for one to lie down in comfort. Pet mo sometimes that I may servo you the more gladly and learn to lovo you. Do not jerk tho reius and do not whip me when going up tho hill. Never strike, beat or kick mo when I do not understand what you want, but give mo a chance to understand you. Watch me, and if I fail to do your bidding, see if something .is not wrong with my harness or feet. Do not check mo so that I cannot have the free use of my head. If you .insist that I wear blinkers that I cannot see behind me, as it was intended I should, I pray you bo careful that tho blinkers stand well out from my eyes. Do not overload me or hitch mo whore water will drop on me. Keep mo well shod. Examine my teeth when I do not eat; I may have an ulcerated tooth, and that, you know, is very, very painful. Do not tie my head in an unnatural position or tako away my best defense against tho flies and tho mosquitoes by cutting off my tail. I cannot toll you when I am lhirs,y so give me clean, cool water often. Save me by means of your power Injm that fatal disease glanders. I cannot tell you in words when I am stck so watch me that by signs you may know my condition. Give mo all possible shelter from tho 8 Pages. Today Section One 38th YEAR NUMBER 31 For Best Makis Kami Baking Etty Be Game. There aro years when even farming, which is as dependable an occupation as we can find, does not give a fair return for labor. This past year, largo sec tions have been stricken with drought. A man who has seen his full Summer's toil spent for practically no returns can not be blamed for discouragement. It takes sand to stick and energy to come back and try again. "We farmers need to cultivate a little of that unconquer able spirit which was shown by a man wiio, last month, went on the operating table for a serious surgical operation. He did not rally from the anesthetic, and, after a consultation of wise physicians, they all pronounced him dead. His body was removed to the morgue and left there for the night. At about 2 o'clock In the morning the attendant in the corridor looked through the glass doors and was astonished to see a movement of the white clothes that draped the dead man's form. Almost frightened to death, he called tho doctors, firemen and police. They entered the death chamber as the lately deceased slowly arose and rubbed his eyes. "Gimme my pants," said he, "I want to go to work." That man came back. He was game. Even the doctors could not kill him. There is another year coming. One swallow doesn't make a Summer and one drought need not spell disaster. Go to it, brave men, the earth is yours and the fullness thereof. The Mule Is Monarch. that the the best moneymaker for tho farmer that boards Do you know, my reader, American mule is about "Kanawha Salt" Seje - L. R. Blaiiton Telephone 85 Turns Caitio, Horses, Hogs Is Practically IndcstructMa KIN Thm Absolutely Pure POWDER ffisrfs from Royml Grape only baking powder Cream of Tartar on his placet Of all our domestics animals, ho commands the highest market price. The average value of a hog, big or little, is SO. 55. The average for a shoat is 3.50; for a beef "oritur; 317.39; for a milch cow 832.30; for a sheep is $3 43; for a horse 508.04. But rat-tal- l, a American mule, gaunt and ungainly though he bo, $107.84 is his price, big and little, up and down the land. A team of mules weighing 2,500 to 2,809 pounds is worth $500 hitched to any wagon. Compared with the horse, the mule is easier to raise and it has the powerful nine lives of the cat. Swap your mule. and you have a right to ask-i- n exchange thirty sheep, seventeen pigs, six steers, or three cows. There is money in mules. but only about one farmer in fifty is acting upon this hunch. long-eared, IprE" STEARNS a FOSTER (mme on every genuine mattress) LOOK IMPORTANT TO KNOW 1t MATTRESS iWC9QPiflGW whatSmsidethe' MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST L and ING G UARNT.EK REAmmmmrj 1L THAT IS HEALTHFUL For Sale. I have for sale a splendid horse and jack that I will sell; worth the money; or will sell either of them and farm the other one. Come and soe or address N. G. Todd, 31-Brassfleld, Ky. 3t S3 ALUM,8B LIME PHISPHATE hot sun and put a blanket on me when I am cold; not when I am working, but when I am standing in the cold. Never put a frosty bit In my mouth, first warm it by holding it a moment in your hands. I try to carry you and your burdens faithfully without a murmur and wait patiently for you long hours of the day. Without tho power to choose my shoes or my path, I sometimes fall on hard pavomonls, which I of:en prayed might be of wood or some such nature as to give me a safe and sure footing. Remember I must be ready at any mo ment to lobe my life in your service. And finally, my master, when my useful strength is gone, do not turn me out to starve, freeze, or sell mo to some cruel owner to bo slowly tortured to death, but do thou, my master, take my llfo in the kindest way, and your God will reward you hereafter. You will not consider me irrovercnt when I ask this in tho name of Him who was born in a stable Amen! mjn1 . i Vote for R. B. Terrill for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his present administration. tf. Helping With Home ONE MILLION DOL Lessons. LARS FOR A GOOD STOMACH. This Offer Should Be a Warn AMERICAN FER3CI -u F jv voor new fence for vears to come. Get the bifc, heavy wires, the k Fnre i :M, the pood jralvanizmg, the exactly proportioned quality of s'r- -l fc F t s r. t too hard ntr tri soft. jp th;s fenre in rrnr stock and explain its merits can sbow-vow ant ooiy ia the roll but in the held. Coin: and see cs and gct F INCUBATORS For the benefit of those who are engaged in the poultry business, which has grown to such enormous proportions in t.ie past few years, we desire to announce that we will handle is the best and quickest way to perfect health. Women and girls who suffer are simply weak weak all over. Opiates and alcoholic mixtures are worse than Bowmar's Mardi Gras Tour. Write to Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, Ky., for folders giving details of an ideal personally conducted Mardi Gbas Tour leaving Richmond, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1912,visiting New Orleans, Mobile, Montgomery, Ala., etc. Low inclusive cost; limited party; everything firstclass, 28-- The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators and Brooders together with poultry applianses of every description. Be-- " re making a purchase of an Incubator or any of the accessaries, call and get my prices. If 3Tou are not familiar with Incubators call and get literature and post yourself on this simple way of hatching chickens vate the trouble and health. worthless, they aggra- lower the standard of Scott's Emulsion strengthens the whole body, invigorates and builds up. Be sure to get SCOTT'S it's the Standard and always the best. AIA DRUGGISTS 11-- it The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and freo from disease. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every ingredient necessary for the production of 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Dnuo Co. Old corn $4.25 per bbl." by tho load. Parental interest in the edncational progress of a child could not go much father than in the case of Mr. Jones, whose method of solving mathematlo problems would have been appreciated at Dothcboys Hall. The Miami News tells the tale. This was the note which was handed to one of the grade teachers the other day; "Dear Mam Please izcuse Johnny today. Ho will not be at school. He is acting as timekeeper for his father. Last nieht you gave him this ixample: If a field is four miles square how long would it take a man walking three miles an hour to walk two and one-ha- lf times around it? John ain't no man, so we had to send his daddy. They left early this morning; and my husband said they ought to be back late tonight, though it would be hard going. Dear Mam, please make the nist prob lem about ladies, as my husband can't aTord toloso tho day's work. I don't have no time to loaf, but I can spare a day off occasionally hotter than my husband can. Respectfully yours. ing to Every Man and Woman. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing neady three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Telephone 33 Send your order to Arnold & Simmons. tf The newspapers and medical journals rocontly have bad much to say relative to a famous millionaire's offer of one million dollars for a new stomach. This great was too busy ito worry about the condition of his stomach. He allowed his dyspepsia to run from bad to worse until in the end it became incurable. His misfortune serves as a warn in to others. Every one who suffers with dysnensia for a few years will give everything he owns for a new stomach. Dyspepsia is commonly caused by an abnormal state of tho gastric juices, or by lack oi tone in the walls of the stomach. The result is that the stom ach loses its power to digest food. We are now able to supply certain missing elements to help to restore to the gastric juices their digestive power, and to aid Unmaking the stomach strong and well. We know that Rexall Dyspepsia Tab lets, are a most dependable remedy for aisoraerea siomacns, inaigestion ana Mns. Johks." dyspepsia. We want you to try them and will re An opportunity is now afforded you to turn yourjmoney if you are not more save ten per cent, on your groceries. tnan satisfied witb the result. Three These reductions are made in order to ber, yousizes, 25c, 50c and 81. Remem can obtain Rexall Bemedies convert our good into cash. in this community only at our store Covingtox-Thobp- e 30-t- f Co. lneuexau btore. .Ferry's drug store. multi-millionai- re Made in the befl qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor., $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 U When you buy a Stearns & Fofler. you get the besl Mattress value offtrad. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll alacily Am, them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Fofter is a very Comfortable and Ecoaomi-- ! '.- .,at7: - OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 4. Night Telephone 136 229 W. S. O. R. O. L. r The hustling Caslx Store Remnants and Odds and Ends :: AH Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men's and Boys' Clothing and Ladies' Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced - Reduced Prices on All Winter Goods " tc ie t fa ai $15.00 $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for -,12.50 20.00 Suits and Coats for 10.50 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Coats for 7.95 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coat? for 75c to .4:50 Children's Coats, worth from 125 to 8.50. for Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for the quality) than "ever knbwhV 3' $12.50; $20.00 and $2500 Suits and Overcoats for 10.50 15.00 and 17.50 Suits and Overcoats for 8.5Gr'12.50 Suits and Overcoats for 7.50 10.00 Suits and Overcoats for 6.75;. 10.00 Corduroy Suits for .".. Boys' Suits and Overcoats at equally low prices , ; Men's Odd Pants from 75c up Big E Nuff every day Shirts for men with more goods in them, than s you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c -- " As4sVQurJcujtom7; we wiU;4Qer hightxlas"s merchandiae .at a pr icejtp close out alTodds lots and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If nq& js advertised V , wc-wil- l. not ask you to buy. These prices continue as long as advertised. "We are anxious to serve you to the mutual interest of both HAMILTON BROTHERS S3 ' . - W.D.Oldham &0o Richmond, Ky " DINV DH UUUI l imi i saving of dollars and cents to all of them who attend our Great Loom Lnd Sale which begins - Our New Year's Gift to our many friends and customers will be a cash Saturday, Jan. at 830 A. M. and closes Saturday, uary 27, at 1030 P.M. 13 Jan- i ill 4 OTflDr ULL UHUII UIUIIL MM W.D.Oldham & Co Richmond, Ky iiim it II ill hue ':.s ktmSnx -- Don't miss reading a single line of this sheet every word means much to you. The Red Tickets all mark bargains. Doors open at 8 o'clock first morning of sale :::::::::::: Our store will be closed day t January all day Fri11 IsssS 2, to mark down and mtml II ii -- GM3 &&W'Skgfe3 arrange stock for the big sale Money saved is money made. You can make money by attending our Big Loom End 5ale sir saga 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 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 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 Our Loom End 5ales are a business :::::::: The Truth of the Matter The man who writes advertisements for elothinjxis often apt to tell a lie without intending to do so. Fact is we would rather tell the 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) that our entire stock 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. Belieee 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 Gash to All BY THIS SIGN 3k Our W ord for Price CO boys' cassimcre knee pant Suits, regular 81.50 sellers. Sale price 75 boys' kneo pant Suits, regular $2.50 81.39 sellers. Sale price ,C5 boys' kneo pant Suits, regular $3.50 81.95 sellers. Sale price 85 boys' kneo pant Suits, regular 87.50 sellers. Sale price - 300 pair boys' black knee Pants, regu25c lar 50 and 75c sellers. Sale price vnnwmi vwnw w SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Fine Clolhci Makers t Baltimore end New York SCHLOSS BALTIMORE CLOTHES Our Pants for men, in fancy worsted and cheviot, big assortment of patterns regular S2.50 sellers. Sale price., Men's fancy worsted and cheviot pants our 83.50 value. Loom End price Men's fancy worsted and cheviot pants elegant styles, our 81.50 to 86.50 values Men's 85.00 Suits, wonderful values for Men's 7.50 Suits.. Men's 10.00 Suits Men's 12.50 uits Men's 15.00 Suits 81.49 81.03 83 05 82.05 3.05 5.95 7.25 8.50 will appeal to you. Values you will appreciate at a glance. You'll have to hurry the Great Loom End 5ale. Prices that at New Loom ends will be put on sale daily. You will be able to secure great bargains every day Not a single market, not a single mill or factory that had merchandise to fed 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 every thing that would add to our already big stock of seasonable goods and gladden the hearts of our customers offer at a price far below the cost of mapufacture that was not visited by our buyers. They were like blood hounds on the trail and was gobbled up by them for cash down when goods were boxed up. We've got them for you thistime. 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 fct Loom End Prices. You know when we make this assertion we mean it. You have either attended our sales 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 WE SALE BEGINS JANUARY I3 AND CLOSES JANUARY 27 sales-givin- g. Table Linens, Napkins, Towels Positive!' the greatest Table Linen, Napkin and Towel sale ever offeed in our city. "We really have enough for two stores. It will be a chancenf you ever get this offer again. Beautiful satin finish and linen Damask, 60 in. wide, regular 39c value. This sale price. 22c Genuine mercerized bleached Damask,4n floral and other designs, 64 inches widej reg 39c ular 60c quality. Sale price 75e 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 reduced prices. One lot of red and white, blue and white?.gold and white, Table Damask, in beautiful patterns. Regular 35c value for i . . . 19c 50 dozen long size Turkish Bath Towels, regu9c lar 15c value. This sale price 50 dozen Huek Towels, large size, red borders and plain white, regular 2 for 25c values 8c 50 dozen Linen Ddmask Towels, natted fringe and hemstitched, red, blue, yellow, pink and plain 19c white. Regular 35c values for 50 dozen extra long bleached Turkish Bath 19e Towels, good value for 35c each. Our sale-pric- EXTRA SPECIAL 20,000 yards best brands of ........ Calicoes All colors, navy blue, china blue, shir ting prints black and white, silver gray, etc. Not remnants whole bolts if you want them 2IE ly Ribbon Bargains "We are offering during this sale some special bargains in Ribbons. The entire stock has been marked down for this sale. We especially call your attention to one lot of all Silk Messaline Ribbon, in widths from 22 to 100, in all colors, regular 15, 20 and UC yO 25cMralue. Our sale price for any width Underskirts and 5ilk Petticoats 100 ladies' black sateen Petticoats, regular 75 to 85c values 'Oiir 11.25 and 49c 89c $1.37 tl.00 values, during this sale for Skirts for Our 32 values In blach He&therbloom We have just received and will put on sale during thisJBi Loom End Sale 250 Silk Petticoats, in all tne new colors and black. .1 I2.G9 Begular M.50 aad 5 values. Loom End Sale price the hew 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 regular 12i and 15c sellers. shoes that look well and wear welt and the price is Bargains in Domestics 83c really too low during this sale.-- A jolly crowd will su Sale price 2500 yards Hope Bleached Cotton in our $10,000.00 Shoe Department during our Big 7c One lot of Percales, 1500 yards Parmer's Choice, regular 10c value . . 6c Loom End Sale. Join them. Shoes for you, shoes far 2500 yds "Best, of All" full yard wide,v blh. Cotton oic. full width, best brands, the family and all at Loom End prices. in dark and light colors, . . .J. . . . . .'jf 9$c 500 yards Lonsdale Cambric ...... regular 10 to 12$c values You can see form our cuts that we handle Queen 500 yards bleached Pepperell Shlyje . . . 20c This sale 83c Quality shoes for ladies and Wm. Kneeland V Shoes 30-500 yards bleached Pepperell 8heetifi?;V;. . . 23o Cloth, 2000 yards good 10-- unbleached sheeting 16ic in One lot Galetea colors. for men. There is no better shoes made and very few fancy and solid The best goods made for as good. "We will save you from 50c to 1.50 on every 250 bleached Sheets, hemmed seam centers .. 39c childrens lompers and pair you buy during the Big Loom End Sale. This 500 Mohawk bleach Sheets 8 torn and hem ladies dresses. Regular same proposition goes on all childrens, misses and bovs 65c 20c seller the best.sheet made ... med, 14ic shoes. Sure a good place to buy shoes for your family e. ' Apron Gingham, right off 5c yd the bolt Our entire big stoek of Dress Ginghams, in all 2500 yards best brands WLL1M if) J Don't You Like to Buy Good Shoes ? re-b- e 9-- 4 4 In our Lace Curtain Department we cut prices so low that you will feel like it is a "shame to take the monoy. 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 prices. Ond lot of remnants of Draperies, Nets, Sains, Swisses, etc, bva been marked at half price to close out. Look them over 0, Loom Eod Prices on EvcryfKif A" Pleasure Awaits You You Know the Place , January 13th to 27th .... W. D. Oldham & Co RICHMOND, KENTUCKY . Right Goods Riht Prices Quality T 5 -- V' 0 PifcsTi4i Swtit ' Tw THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. 1912 State Board of Health Subject to Probe. Under the right given him bya resolution adopted by the House, Wednes day last. Represent tive L. B. Herring-toof this counfy, means to probe into the affairs of the State Board of Health with a view ti ascerta'ning just how the $30,000 placed at its disposal by the last Legislature has been expended. The inquiry will begin tomorrow when Dr. J. McCormaok and other mem bers of the Board will appear before thp. Uouse C jmmittco on Kentucky Statutes for the pnrpoo of airing their views on the bill offered by Mr. Herringtou re cently .givinj; to the Governor the r'gut to appoint members of the Stato Board of Health without dictation from any source. On that occasion Mr. Herring-toas a member of a standing committee of the House, and author of the bill in question, will placo Dr. McCormack and others under oath and require them to answer any question he may ask bearing on his measure. "Under the present law the different medical societies dictate the appoint ments, or are supposed to, as the law vests them with the power," Mr. n said. ' These societies have become powerful political 'machines.,. Especially is this true with the State Medical Society, and Dr. McCormack seems to be the absolute dictator thereof. This organization can dictate to the Governor a majority of the members of the State Board of Hea th and perpetuate them in power. The Stale Board of Health fills a number of .very important offices and spends $30,000 annually of the people's money. The Board appoints the Stato Sanjtary Inspector, Stato Bacteriologist, Assistant Bacteriologist, State Registrar of Vital Statistics, Secretary and Assistant Secretary, all of jhom draw salaries ranging from $1,200 to $2,500 per annnm Tne Board should be taken out of politics and the old machines broken up. I believe the best way to do this is to give the Governor the absolute power to appoint members of the Board, as is the case in other progressive States " n, 8.PagesiTKlay Two 38th YEAR NUMBER 31 WANTED The STONJUjn)tMLES seymour, ind. "I was troubled with a. caronic stomach trouble, and Ave Death of Senator Kie Oldham Cured By Vinol Here is Proof Farmers' .Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCOKrOBATKD. r. it got bo bad I had to give up work. I had tried various medicines Without TolInfL and induced to try VlnoL After taking tha nrst. Dotue I was greatly benefited. Am now on the third bottle and reaiy to resume work. Am rapidly gaining in weignt ana strength." Edw. Nle-ma- weens" ago SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. "Wants lo sell your tobacco. n, STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. G!E EVT MAIN STREET US A TRIAL PHONE 251. Incorporated -: -: It is tho curative medicinal elements of the cods' livers, combined with the strengthening properties of tonic iron contained in VlnoI which makes it BO Bnccesflfnl In raninrlnt- perfect digestion and at the same time It builds up the tired, overn worked and system. Try a bottlfi of Vlnnl urtfrt t, . derstanding that your money will be returned if it does not help you. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Richmond, Ky run-dow- Brought to Richmond. Jeff Taylor, the negro, who was brought to tho jail this week nearly frozen.to death, was taken to Richmond by his sister Thursday. He had never recovered sufficiently to walk and was carried on a cot. "Winchester Democrat. Her-ringto- Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, RICHMON.O. - KENTUCKY XEAU L. & N. DEPOT The Peoples Stock Remedy. At this season you should not be without a packago of The People's Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c, Curo that old sore, cut or wound by applying The Peoplo's Antiseptic Heal ing Powders. Sold'by Richmond Drug 30-t- f Company. Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods New Restaurant George Sorros and Steve Elvis, of Mt. Sterling, have leased the storeroom on Main street, formerly occupied by the Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January . Call and see us and we will convince you 1 Racket store, and have opened a new restaurant and are now ready for busi ness. These gentlemen have two branch restaurants in Mt. Sterling. March and Douglas Here is a remedy that will cure your cold. Why waste timo and money extacks of croup, watch for the first symp- perimenting when you can get a prepareputom, hoarseness. Give Chamberlain's ration that has'won a world-wid- e tation by its cures of this disease and Cough Remedy as soon as the child hoarse and the attack may bo can always be depended upon? It is known everywhere as Chamberlain's j3-lwarded off. Sold by dealers. Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of Turkeys Becoming Extinct real merit. For sale by dealers. j3-l- If your children are subject to at- es m State 1 A TRAINING SCHOOL FOK TEACHERS lOF III rX I I y r flflDCrC LUUAJj TUITION Preparatory, State Certifi- cate. Life Diploma, County Certificate, Review, Special TO FREE APPOINTEES EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Last week the Census Bureau handed the people of the United States a very gloomy package in the shape of a forecast that the Christmas dinner of the future will either not bo or it will be with a chicken or roast beef as a centerpiece instead of the time honored turkey. Ten years from now a multi millionaire may be able to have a duck or a goose on his Christmas table, but as for turkeys, they will exhibit only in fancy or at the National Zoo. According to the Census Bureau's report there were G,59I,G95 turkeys on farms in the United Slates in 1000,and only3,60S,703in 1910. At this rate of decrease indicated, the turkey will be a strange bird in 1020. Officers Elected. At a recent meeting of the directors of the Farmers Bank. Kirksville, Ky., tho fallowing oflicers were elected for the ensuing year: Marion Coy, Presi dent; Clay Blakcman, Vice President; H. S. Newlon, Cashier. The following gentlemen compose the Board of Directors: Marion Coy, Clay Blakeman, Dr. H. M. Boxloy, Nathaniel Cotton, Wm. A. Arbuckle, J. T. Long, J.N. Hendren, Dr. W. K. Price, Joe A. Ross. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound "Cures in Every Case." Mr. James McCaffery, manager of the SchliU Hotel Omaha, Neb., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound because it cures in every case. "I have used it myself and I have recommended it to many others who have since told me of its great curative power in diseases of the throat and lungs," says Mr. McCaffery. 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 cold coming on. It checks and cures coughs, and croup and preents bron and pneumonia. Refuso substitutes. For sale by Stockton & Son. lm hi-t- is The Danger of La Grippe To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R. E. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says. "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe and nothing I used did me any good, and I was threatened with pneumonia. A friend advised me to uso Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got s 'mo at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time. I had taken I three bottles my la grippe was gone. believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be the best medicine I ever used and always keep a bottle with mo." Sold by Stockton & Son, druggists, lm is its final tendency to pneumonia. Going to Build? Lumber BLANTON-COaBLETOa IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Incorporated IH Willi Telephone 425 Near L & A-- Depot I I H I Sheep Quarantine to Raised March 1. Be Leap Year Girls' Chance. Mayor Head, of Louisville, has received a letter from Gordon Buckley, of Gordon, Neb., in which the latter asks the Mayor's aid in securing him a wife. Mr. .Buckley says that ho is 33 years of ago and would like to warry a nice Southern girl. He adds that there are lots of unmarried men in Nebraska because there are not enough women to go around. He does not mention the money question, evidently believing that a marriage arrangement should be free from tafnt of the filthy lucre. His address is Box 13, Gordon, Neb., and ali aspirants for the altar in company with Mr. Buckley are asked to writo him. He will consider all bids and accept the A 1 aboard for most Nebraska, widows, grasswjdows and sweet sixteens. likely-soundin- That Kentucky will bo released from quarantine, which the National Govern ment has placed on sheep in this State by March 1st, is now certain. Dr. A.J. Payne, or tho United States Government who lias charge of a corps of government inspectors at work in this State, stated recently that a of the sheep infected with scabies would bo started Feb. 1st, and that by March 1st, ho thought nearly every county in tho stato would be released from tho government quarantine. Charles Durham, Lovington, 111., has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting. "My littlo boy wet the bed every night clear through to the floor. I tried several kinds of Kidney medicine and I was in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley Kidney Pilis. After he had taken them two days wo could see a change and when of a bottle Le he had taken was cured. That is about six weeks ago and he has not wet the bed since." ' j3-lFor sale byStockton & Son. two-thirm The fol'owing beautiful tribute to the late Senator Kie Oldham was contribut the Way ed by a friend of many years' personal You Are Shown acquaintance and published in a Tuc Out (Arizona) newspaper: There can bo no just reason why any "In the death of former Senator Kie Oldham, whp was buried during tho past reader of this will continue to suffer week in Littlo Rock, Ark , Tucson has the tortures of an aching back, the an lost a friend. He come to this noyance of urinary disorders, the dan city something ovor five years ago, after gers, of serious kidney ills when relief is having suffered more than two years possible and proof given that these ills from tuberculosis. He was compelled can be cured. The followinff is con to return to Jiis home in Arkansas on vincing proof, John W. Forman, 8 Montgomery two occasions on arcount of business matters, and each time suffered a re- street, Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: "L think lapse. Notwithstanding this, the. cftm- - my kidney trouble was the result of ato of Tucson each time enabled him to heavy work. I was compelled to give rally, and ho never lost an opportunity up all work that required stooping on to advise a suffering friend to come account of a weak and lame back. I Up to the timo of his death he had been laid up for several days at a here. was gradually improving, and his sud timo, and some timo ago began to look den end came as a bolt from a clear sky. around for a cure. Until I began using Just a few days prior to his death Sen- Doan's Kidney Pills I dd not find any- ator Oldham had bought a number of thing'that would prove of benefit to me. lots near the Country Club and intended I was soon well and strong, and now I iu build a residence and make Tucson am entiroly freo fJom. kidney trouble I am pleased to give Doan's Kidney his permanent home. . "He was bora of a distinguished Pills my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c, family of Kentucky, but at an early ago Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole removed to Arkansas. His brother-in- law, Eagle; was chief ex- agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and ecutive of the latter stato from 18S8 to 1802, and during that timo Kie Oldham take no other. was his private secretary. After leaving Automobiles Painted. this position he began the practice of law in Little Eock, and rapidly rose to At my shop on Third St. I am pre distinction in his chosen profession. pared lo paint and trim Automobiles, Just about the time he contracted the Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all fatal malady he was o'ected to the stao kinds. I have a painter of long ex senate from the Little Rock disUict. He perience ana wno understands his was out west for his health, but return business. Prices as low as consistent ed to perform his duties and to assist in with first class work.- - Give mo a trial. tho passage of some important laws, Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing end among which was a bill for the establish epairing in all branches. ment of a tuberculosis sanatorium, of 12-Jxsies A. Moores. which he was the author. He lived to ! Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone see this institution in successful operaand live stock insurance. tf tion and was justly proud of it. Besides being possessed of a brilliant Made An Experiment intellect, he was affable, courteous.kind The Henderson Journal says: "Henry and considerate, a man of strict integrity and un ullied honor. These quali- Barrett is another IJendorson county ties were enough to cause him to to farmor who has demonstrated that the respected and loved by all, but he also disease, which was ranging among the constantly visited among the afllicted hogs, is cholera, is stated by the export to cheer and encourage them and to as- who was brought hero from Lexington sist them in every way. He loved his by the Journal. Mr. Barrett is also an friends and in turn was loved by them, other progressive farmer to demonstrate and his sudden taking off- - prostracted to his own satisfaction and of his neighthem as' the death ' of no other would bors that the serum treatment is a gocd thing when cholera is abroad in the have done. a number of "The blow, however, fell with terrifio land. Mr. Barrett force upon his devoted wife. For years hogs that were well and had not been she had nursed him with unceasing care exposed to the cholera, gave them the and ministered to his every want with serum treatment and then turned them unexampled zeal, but the grim reaper in with WIU Hardin's hogs. The result suddenly destroyed her hopes which had was watched with a great deal of in terest and it was a source of great sati. J never failed before. "God will not permit such devotion faction to Mr. Bar: ett to find that they and love to go unrewarded. They wi 1 were not sick a day. They are alive, meet again and may Ho guard and keep well at this minute and it has been several weeks since the vaccinated hogs her till that day." wore turned in with the sick hogs. An Boarders Wanted. experiment was made by M. D. RobinAt my home, C19 North Second street. son on the Pork House farm. Mr. RobI am. prepared to accommodate boarders inson took one of tho hogs that had the board And lodging or day board only. cholera. He administered the serum when the temperature was at 1047 Mas. CiiAitA Tkaylor. Little was expected from this experi29-t- f, Phone 703. ment as the state experimental station Secretly Married. and other authoritiesMio not claim any Joe Rose, of Indiana, and Mrs. Birdie special results where tho hogs that have Reeves, of this city, surprised their cholera are vaccinated. It is more of a friends by announcing that thoy were preventive than a cure. Yet the cholera secretly married on December 27. Mrs hog that was vaccinated with its tem Reeves is the divorced wife of Wade perature at iW'i is alive and well now as any hog. It is a mighty lonesome time, Reeves of this city. however,as nearly all of the magnificent Real Estate. herd on tho Pork House farm are plantWo call attention to the advertise ed under tho ground- ment in this issue of Tub Ceumx of the Released. W. H. Newsom Realty Company, of Ar- Twenty Prisoners kansas.'"' Several Madison county citiTwenty government prisoners were zen? have investe 1 in property in that liberated from jail here Wednesday section and have made splendid profits last, having served sentences for illicit on investments made. Read the adver- moonshini Jr. They were from all parts tisement. ot Eastern Kentucky. i3-l- m . tf NO REASON FOR IT. Thinking of Plumbing or Heating Our Department of Planning and Designing can render you valuable assistance in planning, suggesting and working your own ideas into practical shape. I 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 O. A. Bui ton T7aler Supply and we believe t afc in each and every one you will find a satisfied customer. RICHMOND HEATING AND PLUMBING COMPANY B. F. HURST, Proprietor Telechone 270 tftigji iiiiiiwii mn mil . Covers buildings in every part of the world. You will find it in. Japan you will see it in Russia. It protects buildings in Alaska. It covers houses on the plains of South Africa. used extensively in Australia. Thousands of rolls have been shipped into China. You see it in nearly every South American port. Is very popular in Canada-ro- ofs the best buildings in every large Western City-Th- e magnificent buildings of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition were covered with it. The St. Francis and Fairmont Hotels in San Francisco are protected by it. v4 .1 It is No More Cold Hand; KFJECTIO A woman often does not notice what a cold day it Is so long as she is bustling around the house. But when she sits down to her sewing and mending, she soon teels chilly. It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing, heat warms up a room in next to no time. That is the beauty of a Perfection Smokeless OA Heater. It u always ready for use; you can carry it wherever you please; and you Bght it only when you want it. The Perfection Oil Hester Is tmoteless sod odotless &.pa!ssiel a&osu&c 3ence Insures that. It a tcEatjIc. sale and economical burns atse Hours on one drams finithed either in blue enamel or.plaia f"J, with filling Handsome; too fnrsel trimmings. I o Malthoid has a world wide reputation. This is so because it is the original ready roofing. Its makerffhave been making ready roofings for twenty-si- x years. The Paraffine Paint Co. of San Francisco and Chicago have always made roofings that made good. Todd-Edwa- or write for dexriptrrs circular to uy tseacy of Standard Oil Company '.Incorporated) rds hm: k Richmond, Ky Richmond's Quality Meat Market Tho chances aro The farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at home No doubt will bo brought here, too. We are headquarters for Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Airs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try CarduL I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much fo me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." $5 Reward. I will pay fivo dollars reward reddish-colored for re dis- turn of a small female, dog, wearing leather collar; which Commissioner's Sale. Mollie Crawfobd Black, Etc., on u TAKE appeared from the Scanlon placo last Wednesday. The dog is of tho Cur stock and was seen soveral times latter part of last week cn the Jack's Creek A. D Miuek, pike. Richmond, Ky. tf. Petition. Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the October term of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action; the unuer-sicricMaster Commissioner of said court, will, on d. Choice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here LARDUIWoman'sTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Write to: Ladies' Ad risen- - Dept. Cbattioooct. MetSdae C-o- QuttaaooEa. Tcnn book. "Home Treatment or Women." sent tree. J 51 tor Special Instructions, and i b Town Property For Sale. Monday, February 5, TVO. A Rare Beauty gem in cur fine Every jewels is, and their rich exquisite setting make, them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, i mgs, ear screws and drops t prices that are remarkable or their low figure qae and F. J. YEAGER Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at Sheep and hogs, also horses and cattle always are subject to deadly attacks of worms. These ravenous pests multiply by the million, starve your stock, keep them poor, weak and out of condi tion. . 5AIVET KM Worms positively rated salt guaranteed to kill and H I expel all stomacn ana ' free intestinal worms. Used bv leadtne stock men, not only to kill worms, but to condition stocs; snarp-etb appetite, tones up tee system ana puts It rutin in fine.shaDe to fgt top-- market prices. Sal vet I known ns It is a wonderful, medi- -t Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing telephone 62 Pera House ulldin .v. Farmer: aiako yonr nonie s t fcenee and place yourseHIn a po.it on, to get rvi?wle ny ume, This can be accompiisneu uy i"cu" X "T, mnred with fh bm received uai or suurewi uur .'Fj 1B E"'o u a. present you aru iiu ewjv...". "r Keatnckv. TeBB- -., MmWdb E uteres: you. Our lines cover the St.tea pcuwiana and the soatnera peruoa oi xu hil-uc.- Rural Telephones .... -- . .the country over as the great worm destroyer and conditioner. Costs less ecst per than bead a dw far each heer cke? a trifle snore fist rtker stock. U . f. ,ir familv i - SM ft City fl HBLiksilsssssssssssE HAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO, iocwpoiaied lssssH frhe Climax $1 a Year W. D. Buckley & Co. Richmond, Kyi' House and lot on one of the best 1012, being county court day, at 1 streets in the town, lot 48 by 100 feet, o'clock p. m., in front of the court sell reception ball, parlor, kitchen and din- house door in Richmond, Ky., follow-to the highest and best bidder the room down stairs; threo bed rooms, ing ing described tract of land: hall, bath room and closet on first stair Situated in Madison county, Ky., at floor; finished' attic, with hot and cold thq mouth of Muddy Creek, near the shower baths, on third floor, fine sleep Kentucky river, being part of tho land Second-s- t to ing apartments in summer, there being conveyed by Curtis Jett byinS. Parrish Telephone 39 the Madi deed recorded and wife windows on all four sides.; 'good base- son County Court Clerk s otlice ana bement for coal, kindling, canned fruit, ing the same tract of land.'excent the Persons troubled with partial paral &c. All modern conveniences in house. submerged portion from Lock No. 10 ysis are often very much benefited by conveyea to uarry in Kentucky nver Apply to this office. Crawford by deed recorded in Book 48 massaging the afllicted parts thoroughly A healthy man is a king in his own at Page 443 in Madison County Court when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy Clerk s orace. be sold for tho purpose This liniment .also relieves rheumatic Governor's Reception. Said land will j3-lpains. All dealers. A public reception, such as was held slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up of distribution among the heirs of Harry j3-lsixty-fou- r you well. and Crawford, and contains in the Kentucky Stato Executive Man- sound health keeps one-ha- lf acres. sion when Governor McCreary occupied on a Terms Said land will be sold Dissolution. . the State's official residence thirty odd months time, the purAt the close of business December 30, credit of six required io execute sale years ago, was held there Wednesday chaser being night last from 8 to 11 o'clock. It was 1911, the firm of Whito & Gibson was bonds bearing 0 per cent intei est from dissolved by mutual consent, N. V, dav of sale until paid with" approved se attended by members pf tho GeneralAs-semblcurity with a lien retained upon tho Stato officials and attaches, Whito retiring. The business will here land sold until all the purchase money R. Gibson bo conducted by John Because dollar for dollar we do is paid. visitors to tho Capital from all over after U. V. kick, M. O. M. O. C. Kentucky and the people of Frankfort, & Co. All persons indebted to tho late 20-not believe thore is anything else & Gibson are requested To the host of tho evening it brought firm of White to call and settle with John R. Gibson on earth that brings the 'same back many pleasant memories of other as ho alone Is authorized to settle up days, and was an altogether enjoyable pleasure as a home. And again. firm, Mr. Gib Govercor McCreary. has an the businoss of the old affair. by investing right here In your of the patron son invites a continuance nounced that such receptions nill.be tho age that has been so liberally extended home community you are dealing order at the Executive Mansion during to the old firm. In values you understand and with sossions of the General Assembly while N. V. White. be occupies it. He will receive one people you know; hence tht risk John R. Gibsoh. evening every other'week during 1he of loss is completely eliminated, In retiring from the firm of White & present session. What you dont know about lum Gibson I desire to thank my friends for their liberal patronage and especially to ber we are here to tell you and ask for the new firm 6t John R. Gibson wo may be able to help you avoid & Co. a continuance of the same. To introduce our very complete Soring 28--lt many of the mistakes that are freN. V. White. line of beautiful wool suitiacs, wash quently mado in the selection of fabrics, fancy waistings, silksetc., htvnd Mrs. A. R. Tabor, Crider, Mo., had au up kcrchieis, laces ana. petticoats, lumber unsuited for different pur City Patterns. FiMtt lis been rouble with sick headache for to date N. Y. Looking Thfoug h. poses-- . Some lumber is-K. for aboat ftve yers, whea she began takiog on the market, Dealing direct with the you will find our prices low. Pro ChamberkiH's Tablets. She has takes mills Our list of mints you will be amaze outside uses and not worth a cent fits 410.00 to $30,00 weekly. Samples two bottles of them and they have 1 the m&ny varitfos for special uses. for interior finish, and vice versa. and full instructions packed in a Mat cured her.-- Sick headache is caused by a sample case shipped express prepaid. We know just what is bestfor Are Pakris For Every .Exclusive tarrl disordered stomach for which these tab There No money required. r . Try most purposes and have it in stock tory. Write for particulars. Be first to lets are especially Intended-the. Purpose. apply. STANDARD DKESS GOODS., set well and stay well, f or laie ny to show you. Drop In and let's ptfots for 18-- 1 Fret the usful Desk COS, Binghamton, New York. 29-all dealers. etc., e th est of w-alettwsvlk, talk it over furniture or Prof. Smith Delivers Lecture. We want our subscribers to sawn r. piaAc. usi polMm for titwant to do ml Tell uc wKy& cs act x ws tfeey ,.m Prof. G, B. Smith, of the EaaUrn TM,aroKE supply the pifit product with Tlm'f have. We are uader XAxr oaiKAyspM m'H & Kentucky Normal School, this eity, deit We those who do H. We caflact r ktt which livered an address M the Maysltak Ooothe mews, so help us to ear ovr Jtm solidated High School Friday nifhl last yaraa by sending1 la an heta onee'isl Todd-Edwar- ds on "Burbank and nil work." In his while. Paptr asdPaiots address Professor Smith showed how it Save ten per cent! on your groceriee was possible for 300 children to attend c 20ft Cart Male PboM44ft Oo. weather by buying from Covington-Thorp- e Hohoolln RICHMOND, X? 884f .. in warm w&goajt. Broaddus. 5anitary Meat 30-2- t. 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, Trv us with an order and you will always be a cus: tomer. Tudiciously Spent Money is y, That Put Into Homes D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Street - Successor to Tate & Son Lady Wanted Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, 'Rags, Bones, Gin-senand Feathers that you brings Kemem-- . ber we pay the highest prices. 'Weliuy Hide Kubber and all iads of metals and sferap iron. Bring1 wqat you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE Braces km Scoccs, Water Ttak etc., md any k for ag kinds erf lUcWry. o; 3t bra, wtr elr es ft lib B.Juett&Son Rcin f tit itt' WH Lumber Co M. RICHMOND WIDES ssssQakt' INVESTIGATION Representative Herrington must bo gratified by the cndorsemcntsSh:cb his various Bills are receiving from the press and people generally. Particularly is minOur'Fall Line of Goods is "up to the this true of his Houso,Blll, No. 74, call-in- s ute" as we constantly watch the market for a searching Investigation of the Stale Board of Health with reference to lor new and worthy goods, and we re- - . i s expenditures of the annual appropri spectfully invite your attention to our ation of $30,000. His aim Is .to restore line of absolutely to the Governor the power of appointing the members of the State . Health Board, taking from the latter cotone arbitrary power to perpetuate themselves and relatives in office Under the present system. If it were possible under the present law, for .every physician of every system represented by it to "have a voice as to the composition of tho State Board, it Belts, in On would improve present conditions. the contrary, under the present law, a . machine has colossal, ends against been erected, playing-bot- h in of the middle, for a for Tailored a close corporation of nepotists. Mr. Herrington's Dill is in perfect for Waists in harmony with the administration's reform spirit that is seeking to restore to responsible government many executive functions that have been delegated to Call and see us as we are now ready to others, in plain violation of take care of you on all Fall and "Winter tutlon. The tlx. newspapers of Mr. Her rington's county of Madison are a unit Goods in their approval of his manly, courageous course In this matter, and with all other Legislators who are seeking to emancipate the State from the blighting customs under which oligarchical per sonal and political machines have inthe past grown up in our State. The following are only a few of the Dnrvzjt from pillar to post for expla- comments upon House Bill 74, referred to above: nations to justify the Payne-Aldric- h tariff tax, standpat protectionists long ago waived the theory that the foreigner Louisville Times, Jan. 20. KtUSlEJ CTEET WEBf OUT IT pays the tariff and now stand on the as Mr. Herrington said today that some THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO surance to the people that a prohibl of the doctors were laboring under a tive tariff is for the protection of "Amer-can- misapprehension as to the purpose of his (Incorporated.) workingmen. bill. He said: "I am not trying to do away with the Pres. and Mgr. D. Miller A. TnE'Owensboio tnquiter says that the Sec'y-Trea- s. New York motorman who asked Col. $30,000 annual appropriation to the State O. WbKe W. reRoosevelt if be did not "know any Board of Health. I am not trying to HmbW i thing," must have felt awfully mortified peal the Vital Statistics law. I am not PRESS ASJ0CIAT1M KEKTl'CKY when he found out that he was talking trying to curtail the powers of the pros to the only living man who knows every- ent State Board of Health. lam not try PUBUSfERS HAGUE. EIGHTH DISTRICT ing to change the number of appointthing. ments to which each school of medicine TEAR PER $1.00 FBICE 1 resident Taft has just taken an is entitled at present. I am trying to ZK JLDVASCS action that is worth hundreds, of thou ascertain what has been accomplished paper by the State Board ot Health as at pres - 1912 sands ot dollars annually to the WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24 trust, by refusing to remove the tax ent organized. I am trying to ascertain from print paper and wood pulp. whether or not Dr. J. N. McCormack, Secretary of the State Board of Health, Why would k not be a good idea for Afthh several ineffectual attempts to n power, all Democrats, everywhere, to hereafter delay a vote, the House Friday passed has a machine or is a ana and if so, whether or not it is a good or taboe the ase ef the word, "tariH, the Nilcs' County Unit bill by a vote of bad machine. The object of the bill is ta its place use the term "tax" which 70 to 10. is? If every Demto break up the bad machine, if one ex Is what a tarWT really ists, and to place the appointing power ocratic writer and speaker would use tax bill," of all members of the State Boinl of the term "The Payne-Aldrio- h Health including the Secretary, in the testead "of "Payne Aldrioh tariff bill," AND hands of the Governor. My purpose is rem new until the potts close on Novalso to eliminate politics from the Coun ember 5, there need be Utile conjecture ty Boards of Health. I am informed as to the outcome of the election. Who that Dr. McCormack Appoints 357 memdelete bat that if the Dmgley tariff had Items of Interest IleAardinft Home bers of the County Boards of Health been known and referred to generally as folk and Other, Dmgley tax bill, and the MoKlnley without consulting the State Board. An ibe other purpose of my bill and investigatariff bHl as the MoKinley Us bill, and tax bill, the RepuMr. Allen Zaring was in F.ankfort tion is to show that the State will get tl e the Payne-Aldrio- h blican party would not be in power to- yesterday. best results for the S30,000 annually ex day. The word "tariff" is too indefinite. Myers Coales, of Frankfort, is visiting pended by the State Hoard of Health if There are hundreds of thousands of men friends in the ci4y. machine rule is abolished and the head who may be brought to believe that it Mr. Z. T. Rice has returned from a quarters of tho various health depart would be to their advantage in some business trip to Garrard county. ments are removed from Bowling Green to Frankfort, the seat of the State gov indirect, mysterious way to vote for a Mrs. H. B. Hanger has returned from tariff, but who oould not be cajoled or ernment, and nearby the Stale Expericonviction that it is to a visit to friendsln Shelbyville. ment Station, where tho State Bacteri coerced into the their individual interest to vote to put Mrs. Warfield Bennett entertained the ologist and Chemists will have free ac an enormous tax on everything they Bridge Club last Wednesday afternoon. cess to the extensive State laboratories." Mrs. Sam Ballard, who was operated eat. wear and use. If Democratic edit ors will make it a standing order in their on two weeks ago is steadily improving. Louisville Times offices to substitute the word "tax" fo Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts, of LanUnder the right given him by a reso for "tariff," in every article having to caster, has been visiting friends in this lulion adopted by the Honse, Represen do wkh protection, and if every stump city. tative L. B. Herrington, of Madison speaker will carry on a similar crusade. Mrs. Joe Myers, of Louisville, is visit county, means to probe into the affairs and if the movement will be made ing her pirents, Mr. and Mrs. E, II. of the State Board of Health with a view Batten-widthe problem of reversing By bee. of ascertaining just how the $30,000.00 Republican victories at the polls will Mrs. M. C. Kellogg who has been ill placed at its disposal by the last Legisla have been solved. Think this over! for several weeks is slowly and steadily ture has been expended. The inquiry will begin Thursday night, January 25, Yictob Mokuock the Eansas Insur- -' improving. when Dr. J. N. McCormack and other miss Alary Miller has returned from a members of the Board will appear before gent, has been rather quiet lately. He was aroused, however, when Andrew visit to Misses Jane and Mary Doty in the House Committee on Kentucky Carnegie, at the Stanley steel trust hear Lancaster. Statutes for the purpose of airing their ing, dodged every important question. Mr and Mrs. Ghas. Derringer are re- views on the Bill offered by Mr. Herand sought to amuse the committee joicing over the arrival of a handsome rington recently giving to the Governor with jokes and stories. SaysMurdock: daughter. the right to appoint members of the "Carnegie has offended the national Mr. T. J. Handy, of Waco, left yes State Board of Health without dictation sense of justice, and no act would meet terday for elger, La., where he will from any source. On that occasion Mr. i with so general popular applause as one spend the winter. Herrington, as a member of a standing would follow a motion to take the thai Mr. James Smith, of Frankfort, spent committee of the House, and author of Laird ef Skibo by the scruff of the neck Sunday with his sister, Mrs. John the bill in question, will place Dr and land bf m squarely before the bar of McCormack and others under oath and Congress. It is not always easy to de- Allman, in this city. Miss Willie Kennedy, of Covington, require them to answer any question he fine humor, but the American people is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. T. may ask bearing on that measure. are pretty certain that paying interest on three times the actual value of the Burnatn on Lancaster avenue. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mr. Ed Walton, formerly editor of the Carnegie properties is not highly amus Is the office of tbe State Board of lug. The jester should be made to laugh interior journal, oi Slanlord. was a Health dominated by a machine? If so, out of the other corner of his mouth. pleasant visitor here Saturday. how long has that machine been going t What we need is fewer libraries and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golden, who more justice." The Philadelphia North have been quite ill for several weeks, Is the machine good or bad? Who is operating? Shall it be permitted to do American says of Carnegie: "When- were much improved yesterday. business at the old stand or shall it be ever men in the coming years see CarMr. and Mrs. Jesse Cobb aro receiving abolished by legislative enactment? negie's sbulpturcd name they will say: congratulations of friends over the These are queries from those who "He preached peace abroad, after hav- arrival last week of a fine daughter. claim to have made a study of conditions ing helped to make hell at home." Mrs. Major Helburn, of Middlesboro, said to prevail in the State Board of has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. Neale Health's office. All of the questions The return of William Randolph Bennett, on West Main street. will be propounded in the course of au Hearst to the Democratic party carries CapL John Pates,of Richmond, made a investigation slated for next Thursday Mr. with it a powerful influences. Hearst is the owner and publisher of short visit to his father. J. W. Pates, and evening in Frankfort. Twelve witness es have been subpoeaned to testify at great newspapers in New York, Boston, sisters recently Midway Clipper. Mrs. Sallie Rayburn, of Richmond, is the inquiry to be conducted by the House Chicago, San Francisco and with his Committee on Kentucky Statutes. These ottntel, which runs into millions, through the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. include Dr. J. N. McCormack, Secretary his papers he exercises a greater in- Parker Gregory. Lancaster Record. of the State Board of Health, who defluences than any other ono man in the D. A. Wallace and sister. Miss Lou, He is a fearless and and Miss Vela Whiteman, of Irvine, clares that he courts an investigation, as United States. do other members of the Board. bold fighter and he has never yet direct- were visitors in the city Wednesday. ed bis papers against men prominent in Mrs. Keats Speed, of New York, is Courier-Journpublic life that ho has not proven the charges against them and in the visiting her sister, Mrs. James Crutcher, Another interesting meeting scheduled majority of the instances has driven and other relatives and friends in this for next week is that of the House Com city. them from public life. mittee on Kentucky Statutes, of which Miss Florence Rogers, of Lexington, Harry A. Schobert, of Woodford county,. The Senate Wednesday adopted the formerly a teacher in Caldwell High is chairman. That meeting will be held rule prohibiting persons, including all School, this city, has concluded a visit Thursday night t the Capitol Hotel, State officials, except the Governor and .o Miss Curraleen Smith. when Representative L. B. Herrington, Judges of the Court of Appeals, from of Madison county, will place members Misses Madge Burnam and Emma entering the floor of the Senate Chamber Watts attended of the State Board of Health and others the Gordon-Roberon stand under oath and while the Senate is in session. Presi- wedding in Frankfort last week and dent McDermott cast the deciding vote. were also guests at the Governor's compel them to .answer questions rela tive to the operations of the board dur-This is the first time in the htsiory of reception. the State that tho beads of the Stale Eld. J. J. Gilbert was in Madison side of his departments have been excluded. father. Mote Robinson, who county the past week, where be preached is quite ill Danville Messenger. Gov. McCreary has a'ready establish- the luneral oi Mrs. Annie Lewis at J Coleman Neff and his liappy family ed a record. He has been in office for a College Hill and Charles Duncan, at came up from Richmond and have Winchester News. par- Richmond. month and has not granted a single taken up a suite of rooms at the Seel- Dr. C. H. Vaught will go to Frank don. It is probable that no other Govbach. Now, Coleman, leave that little ernor of the State ever did this. He has fort today. He is much interested in jar salve of at home, as there are other bad many applicants for pardons, but House Bill 74, introduced by our White Rock breeders who want some has told all applicants that they must representative; Hon. L. B. Harrington, blue ribbons Louisville Post. wait until he has more time to consider regarding the State Board of Health. Miss Marearetta Barrett Smith, of - their cases. Winchester Democrat. Hon. L. B. Herrington was at home Richmond, w.ll arrive today from from Frankfort Sunday. Mr. Herring Owensboro, where she has been visiting Tasted news articles are being sent ton is being heartily congratulated on out from Washington to the effect thai the excellent work he is doing in the her uncle. William Barrett, and will be tbe guest of Mrs. Julian Proctor Yen if the steel trust is forced to dissolve it lower branch of the Legislature. Winkle for a short stay before returning wjH be too bad for the poor consumer, Messrs. Joe and Peul Karr, and Mies home. Louisville Courier Journal. they will henceforth be deprived of Daisy Gilbert for aad brother, of && "Cap" .Dickeraon returned Saturday the "eeoaoHiy of production" resulting Howe, and Mies Lmcy Grizzard, ef frow Junction City, where he attended one man management of the Silver Greel from the werelhe weekeed gueets the National Field Trie. Mr. Dicker- steel business ef the eovatry. ftsW. ie Clerk eeu-ety-. f .Mies tea wit pa m ill the parts rseanas ef aew at. WiMp Vriae has raureed freei ot the ftoeet bird dfB ia America, end Fidmui, ifiveeUgalio ef weifkU mi measures bows that the es umtr fa eiliMfcftrt sI visit te Hi. G. T. Begerd ao man in Medieoo eeeety oould better Thanks U the Federal ia BfcfaaMBd - Mr end Mrs. Frank appreciate their work than this greet being stang. eihorHies for Ibis InformUKW. KaWiNSt ef Esehtead, are at tbe bed- - lover of the dog end fun. . Our Story in a Nut Shell Of STATE HEALTH BOARD. PERTINENT COMMENTS OF PRESS. Tailored and Fancy Waists years, with a view to ing the peal-twaeeertainhur jest whet lies been Aeee with the 30,et9 appropriated far ex pesditures by the beard two years ayo, and whether politks'bea played any part in appointments to positions untterthe board at salaries ranging from $1,909 to $2,5(0 a year. That which gives Mr. Herrington an opportunity to quiz Health Board members is the fact that he has before the Committee on Kentucky Statutes two measur s, one placing the power to 'appoint all members of the State Board of Hea'th, Including the secretary, entirely in the hands of the Governor, lor the purpose of breaking up what Mr. Her rington terms "a political machine, "Con trolled by Dr. J. N. McCo saick,of Bowling Green," and the other providing that headquarters of the various State Health Departments be changed from Bowling Green to Frankfort, the seat of the State Government. o CU16US'BITS OF HISTORY AUCTIC ADVENTURE OF v or IHckawE county appeared at the srovernor's reception the other mgnt with Ws whiskers Inside hl shirt Instead of on he outside, the members of thelegislaturo who had heard of the I1 A $12.50 Couch THE HIP RESOLUTE. Latesf Novelties Neckwear, 'Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Etc Woolen Goods Suits Newest Designs Silks and Dresses tho-Con- itl lOWEN MckBB The Richmond Climax. one-ma- PERSONAL SOCIAL al ts ss isjii The following resolution introduced by Representative 8. W. Forgy, of Todd county, in the lower Houso last week. was seconded by Representatives'!. B. Herrington and Harry Schoberth. The resolution is a good one and no one realized the fact more than Mr. Herring ton, Madison county s able represents tive. The editor of The Climax has had occasion to discuss with Mr. Her rington the Democratic platform and knows full well of his intentions to assist in the passage of every plank therein: "Whereas a large majority of this General Assembly are members of the Domocratic party, and whereas certain pledges or promises wcro made to the people in the Democratic platform and by its representatives during the last (Copyright. Mil. by Joseph B. Bowles.) Stale campaign in order to secure the support of the people and a restoration of power and whereas many bills have already been introduced for considera tion by this General Assembly and re ferred to the respective committees; "Therefore be it resolved that it is the sense of the House that those bills that have been introduced by its members Id an effort to carry out the pledges of the SpKilatiM As to Its Fate Democratic party as expressed in its toil platform should be treated as of Excites Interest. first importance and reported to this House by the respective committees as soon as a proper consideration of the same will permit, in order that evory THERE ARE VARIOUS OPINIONS pledge of the State Democratic platform may be speedily complied with." While the Liquor Interests Say They Will Be Able to Muster a Majority Richmond Register In the Senate Opposed to the Bill; Representative Herrington, of this Friends of the Measure, With Equal county.has introduced a number of most Confidence, Are Declaring It Will important measures in the Leg slalure and displays characteristic energy and Pass. Other Legislative Notes. ability in pushing them along. He does Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. What will not hesitate to tackle any proposition, senate do with the county unit ex however; unpopular his move may per- the tension bill? That is the question that sonally be, as lately evidenced by bis is exciting most interest in Frankfort, bill to place all appointments of the Just now, among the' politicians and State Health Board directly in the members of the legislature. The hands of the Governor, instead ot as at house hustled the bill along and passed g present giving to the State Board the it in time last Friday. power of perpetuating its members and The bill now will go to the senate and friends in power, and erecting, as Mr. the backers of It will try to have the Herrington alleges, ene of the most bill given Us first and second readings arbitrary and powerful "machines" in on Monday and Tuesday and then go to the committee. The backers of the the State. We understand that the prebill say that the senate will act as Board is so constituted that six quickly as sent the house did. members of one family are drawing sal One thing Is reasonably certain this aries out of the State Treasury.and with time; the bill will not be held out in tbe law now in force their grandchildren committee and Juggled with by the will be holding the same positions un committee in efforts for delay. Tho less the order of business is changed, as committee, which is called county unit, is composed of all temperance men, Mr. Herrington's bill contemplates. except one, Senator Huffaker. The committee Is favorable to the immeLouisville Herald, Jan. 21. It Is understood the Inquiry is to be diate passage of the bill as soon as it can take regular course. Heretofore conducted along lines tending to show In past the sessions, the committee on re-that greater efficiency with refereuce to llllgion and morals, composed of men the work of the State Board of Health opposed to the passage xl the county might result if the mode of appointing unit bill, has held out the bill until a Secretary be changed. Others who the last possible gasp, which was the are insistent that a full investigation o1 day of adjournment two and four years the Health Board office "shall be .made ago. This time the committee will let are Representative Earl 0. Huntsman, the bill como out and no effort will of Allen county, and Representative S, be made by those opposed to the bill V. Forgy, of Todd county. There Is a to prevent It being reported. An Interested man, who keeps close probability that at this hearing"the wit tab on the senators, makes the confnesses will be plied with questions rela ident assertion that the county unit tive to tbe disposition of fees collected extension bill will be beaten In the when license to practice are Issued to senate. He said that there would not applicants coming into Kentucky from be any effort to delay it but that It other Slates. It is not known whether would be put to e. vote on the floor of the investigation will bring forth dis the senate, and defeated there. The closures. It it does, it is declared, they liquor interests wear an air of confi will be interesting in the extreme. At dence and say that they will be able any rate, most persons are agreed the to muster a majority in the senate op probe can do no particular harm, even posed to the passage of the bilL The bill which passed is known as though it fail of results. If it accom the Niles county unit bill. Mr. Nlles, plishes any good work, then the whole who is the representative from Hen Stale will be benefitted. derson, was the first man in the house to introduce the bill. Several more have been offered since, but as Mr. Endorsement By Home Ffeysfelaas. Nlles offered the first, it is his meas We, the members of the Madison ure which has been sent to the senate, County Medical Society, most heartily so that he may have the honor of hav endorse tbe wise and patriotic course of ing the bill called by his name, if it should pass. The senate will be the Hon L. B. Herrington, Representative scene of a lively fight when the bill n the Lower House at Frankfort, and does come up for passage. commend him for bis efforts to rid tbe Republican membere of the legisla State of all machines both bad and good; ture, in the small minority at the pres we especially endorse House Bill 74. ent session, suddenly jumped into the limelight last week as factors in the Clarence H. Vaught game of politics that Is being played J. G. Bosley at the present time. The Republicans W. K. Price are only a handful, but there are some D. J. Williams insurgent Democrats not at all enthuII. G. Sandlin siastic about the administration. If Vardy Taylor the insurgents and tho Republicans H. C. Jasper, should unite the admlnstration would H. M. Boxley have a hard row to hoe to get through T. J. Taylor the legislation that is desired. Only W: U. Martin once has this combination worked together, and on that occasion It was J. Wv Harris triumphant, winning over the reguH. O. Pope. lars. In a modification of the rules. Giles Harris- It Is claimed that the elimination of s the rule In the house, which Open For Business. change was effected .through the co The Paris Restaurant, for ladies and alition of the Insurgent Democrats gentlemen, next doo' to John P.. Gibson with the Republicans, gives the insur& tjo's will open for business tomorrow, gents a chance to get through some measures that they may want There Is a deal of talk, here, for Instance, A Deadly Weapon. that the administration forces An Illinois woman swore a warrant are not In favor of a compulsory priagainst her neighbor charging an as mary law, although this is denied. sault with a deadly weapon, t: a The majority rule,, by which the regubull dog. The magistrate before whoax lar order can be suspended at any the case was tried, decided that the time by a majority vote only, takes point was well taken and that a bull dog power away from the rules committee and ie eeid to insure the peseage of a is a deadly weapon. compulsory state primary law. The Republicans, after announcing Undergoes Operation. their inteatie of standing as a unit to Csuncilman E. IL Bybee went to fight for a redisricting bill, seem to Lexington last week and had his left have bees atntek with panic when the eye removed at one of the hospitals in reports roiled, la from out In the state. that city. For several years Mr. Bybee The ReyubUoau who had attended the has been a great sufferer and every caucus rue bed Into print to deny that effort was resorted to save the eye, but they had favored any such program. the pain became so intense that" an They heM several ether caucuses bevote was taken on the county operation was necessary. Mr. Bybee is fore the hK Mil, aad It was stated by a memdoing nicely and will be in coadition to ber at the. mlaority that the Republireturn home the latter part of this cans were left free to vote as they " week. pleased ,oa the county unit bill, th! heiac regarded as a religiem aad sot a poHtleal queetloa. Hiram-BrowGratified. aad John O. Stoll 'Frequently in the coIubfim of the Cli- ealy Republic of Lexington were the g to vote agebaet the max we have asked our friends to write sags of the Mil when It A sally came or telephone us news items. We are to a test, although some of the Repub-- 1 gratified that many are now doing so lease rated for delay. and take this occasion te thank It eeeaM te be eertaa that the we want personals, marriegee, deaths. have tried to fornuiat some births any item or intereet. What in- ataa of bleak tec legtolatioa oa the Mas, uatil a fair ternets jw will be of kiteeett te ethers. Let us hear from you. Tell ac ike ne ws. tttjatiaw bin la pmm4. The minority le be able te effect a ooaUttoa We will appreciated it ead ee will our ft WHfe th iesaraeet DesjoeraU that auty readers ia ell peris ef the evenly. be aeerer ia the bouae. Bat it looks mow like the RepabUeane camtat be Go to Ceving Ox for your ImM fat Mne on measnres considered hi (recedes. For next fifteea dys you secret caucus. Thu far they have io can save ten per ce;. by paying cash. out much figure In the session. 30-tf When Representative "W. J. Jaekaon y A. W. MACY. In W4C lr John Frenklln wee In search ef a swthweet aeeefe, with twe ehlfe end 1B men. All were leet in the freeen reelene ef the north. Meny exeeeltlene were sent In eeereh ef the leet explorer. In 1MC Sir Edwerd Bslcher conducted eueh an expedition, with five ehlpe under hie commend. All five ef the veeeela became end were finally aeendened. In 1SS5 the captain ef en American whaling veeeel elfhted a etranfe loaklne ehle In Davie Strait. Ne algnele were put out or anewered, and. ne crew wae vleleie. The etranee craft wee . bearded, and wae found te be the Reeolute, ene ef the five ehlee that had been aeendened by Sir Edward and hie crew. In some way It had escaped Its Icy bonde, end had drifted southward more than a theueand mllee In the 474 Meyi between lie abandonment and Its discovery. Some thinge en beard had been damaged by water, otherwise the ship was In fairly good condition. By a resolution of congress $40,000 wae spent In putting the veesei shape, and it was In flret-clae-e then returned to the British government with the compliments of the American people. d, THE COUNTY UNIT EXTENSION BILL record-breakin- , Jacksoec whiskers" but had never seen They had them were disappointed. th(m ht that Mi'. Jackson, whd is proud ot 5s whiskers, would consider the reception a gala .occasion and display the whiskers. Ho said ho had not had them on the outside of his shirt during the last two years, and did not know that he would show them at the present seesion, although It has been his custom to swing them In the breeze at least once at each qf the sessions when he Is a member. Ml. Jackson has inches long. He whiskers lorty-twhas never shaved in hl3 life, although. when ho was a young man in the Con federate army he kept his wriskers closely clipped with a pair of scissors. The governors "reception, by tne way, was an enjoyable affair and nearly every member of the two houses of the legislature and most of the people of Frankfort attended, although they had to wade through several inches of melting snow to reach the mansion. The governor Is going to hold these public receptions every other Wednesday during the session of the legislature. The custom prevailed when he was governor more than thirty years ago, and the receptions of the governor then havo been famous ever since. Governor McCreary eays he feels sad when he enters the mansion now and especially at a public reception in the old building, as his wife Is no longer with him to manage things for him. The governor was a devoted husband and has never fully recovered from the sadness caused by his wife's death only a few years ago. State officials are not pleased with the rule3 of tho senate which, for the first time In many years, if ever, bar the officials from the floor of the senate. The feeling against Lieutenant Governor McDermott Is rather strong, as the resolution allowing the state officials, who were elected on the same ticket with Governor McDermott, tho privileges of the floor was defeated by the presiding officer of the senate. The vote was a .tie, standing 18 to 18, voted and McDermott Governor against the resolution. The officials of tho state, the auditor, secretary of state, and others, resent the implica tion that they have no place on the floor of the senate. They say they were elected by the votes of the people as was Governor McDermott, whom they hold desponsible for the rule excluding them. So much ot a storm was stirred up by the proposed plan to have the sen ate opened with some show of ceremony that the lieutenant governor abandoned any effort to put through the resolution. He wanted thQ ser-s to rap three times be fore the opening of the senate, at which signal the members of the sen ate were to rise and stand while tho presiding officer entered the senate and took his place. This was the modification of the plan to have the en trance of the lieutenant governor an nounced with a great flourish. Senator Eaton, who is president pro tem ot the senate, was asked about the resolution making the entrance of the lieutenant governor conspicuous. He said: "If they want the resolution offered I will offer it and will vote for it, but I want to say that when I preside there will be no such foolishness." The flood of bills In the senate Is the surprise ot the session. The house Is expected to put in a big pile of new bills, covering everything from nine-foo- t sheets to appropriations for a million dollars, but the senate, with but little more than the num ber ot members, is expected to go slow. But they haven't They have been Introducing bills at such a lively rate that they have almost as many as the house now, with the end not yet in sight Thero aro nearly 200 bills in the senate, with something over 200 In the house. The printer, unable to stand up under the flood, is catching the mischief, as usual, and the members have already begun to introduce resolutions of inquiry regarding their pet measures, which have been hung up. It would take the government printing office to get out the bills that have been put in thus far in a day less than a month. A bill to abolish drunkenness is the ambitious program of one of the house members, and this is only one of the many measures relating to liquor. Its use and sale. There are many county unit bills and some that amend the present laws so as to make wet pre cincts wet If the county votes wet, even though the precinct votes dry. At present If the county votes wet and a precinct dry the precinct stays dry, but If the county votes dry every pre cinct In the county Is dry, no matter how many may have voted wet, as pre cincts. This session may he marked by much railroad legislation and a great number of bills have been offered reg ulating the operation of trains. One bill, which is aimed at automobile owners and drivers, is wide enough to cov-sr drivers of locomotives. The bill provides that if the driver of any vehicle, which includes rail road locomotives, by carelessness, kills any person, the penalty shall be from years In the penitwo to twenty-on-e tentiary. A fine is provided in case the person Is only Injured and not killed. A surprise was sprung, however, when It was announced that the railroads had agreed to accept the terms of a bill drawn by Lawrence Finn of the state railroad commission extending the powers of the railroad commission so that it can do many things that the commission cannot do o geant-at-annone-third Only $10.00 Upholstered in Chase Leather and a combination of oil tempered steel springs, beautiful golden frame. It is impossible in a picture to give you a clear idea of the exceptional values we are offering just now in our entire line of Its and factories and us show you Furniture Garpets and Stoves you. We buy direct the easier to show you than to tell 1 ::::::::::: from will mills save you 0 to 20 per cent on cash purchases. Let We are headquarters for 5ewing needles, Machines and Supplies bobbins, shuttles, belts, etc., for all : : : : : machines Opposite Glyndon Hotel W. F. HIGGINS Hauling. All persons wanting tf Richmond, Kentucky of its'Rcprcsentativo stood near the head of the list when it was represented by such pret and able men as Judge Dur ham, Phil B. Thompson, James B. McCreary and Geo. G. Gilbert, and these Congressmen for their representation received only 85,000 a year, while Helm is receiving fifty per cent more, or 87,500 They made the disand perquisites. trict famous for ability both in the State and Nation, while now it is becoming famous for its weakness. We are, however, gratoful for Mr. Helm distributing his two speeches and hopo that his mailing lists Included every voter in the district, so that they may form from his own mouth a true and correct estimate of tho ability and standing oj our Representative. Our Congressman has some social qualities which weadmire.buthe seems to bo utterly devoid of the main qualities which should be possessed by a Representative in Congress fiom tho Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. His constituents can form a more just and correct estimato of the standing of their Congressman by reading his speeches in Congress than by reading the fulsome advertisements prepared and sent out by his secretary, which are misleading, and if believed, would create an entirely erroneous impression of the standing, efficiency or ability of eur Congressman. "Suffered day and night the tormer haulintr of any of Itching plies. Nothing helped snr kind done, will please call Charles Jett, until I used Doan's Ointment. It cureu me permanently." Hon. John B. Gar 30-Phone 473. jInr: Harsh physios react, weaken tho rett. Mayor. Girard, Ala. bowels, cause chronic constipation. Covingten-Thorp- e Co. are making a Doan's Regulots operate easily, euro constipation; 25c. Ask your druggist cash reduction of ten per cent on a 30-t- f jU-lfor them. goods in the grocery line. Quality Groceries A dollar saved is a dollar earned, Is Await You Here our dollars and be happy. There a comfortable sense of 5afety in buying the best. Your needs in quantity or quality we are prepared to supply tarn :::::::: FOR & we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Sewell McKinney Telephones 16 and 223 John R. Gibson Question. Can any Republican.inor out of office, of high or low degree, tell the people, why President Taft does not order his Attorney General to prosecute those who have been, by a decision of the United States Supreme Court,declared violators The President, when he of the law? took the oath of office, swore that he Why would have tbe laws executed. does he not do so? Is there a power in the land, that he is afraid of? If the President fails to have the law executed in tuo cases passed upon by the U. S. Supreme Court, then the people will conclude, that there is a class of men in our country who aro not amendable to the law and against whom thelaw cannot When this conclusion is be enforced. reached, the peop e will despise and detest the government, and they will feel that tho presidont is a weakling, not fitted for tho place he holds unqualified for the position he has than any one who has filled tho presidential office from the foundation of the government to tbe present time. . If there is a good reason, why these men should not be tried and convicted, the President owes it to the people to let it bo known. Simple and Effective. James B. Walker We : Never Have emerged from a year of greater achievement nor entered upon one of greater promise. Here are the reasons why our business has grown A thorough Goods business piactical knowledge of the Dry - Selling only the best goods One price to all and that the lowest ' Our desire toTectify any mistake at any cost Our many satisfied customers who tell others about us Trying to give tho public a Dry Goods Store whor,e everybody can get a square deal little boy, three years old, trou bled me considerably by going to the My homes of neighbors without permls slon, so I followed this plan, writes a mother. Whenever I give him per mission to go I pin on him a little card on which Is written the, word 'permission." When the neighbors see tho badge they allow him to stay and play with. tbe children. If he appears without It, they send him home The card can be used many times, and tho boy enjoys wearing it We are sending to our subscribers WHOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE EXPIRED Having assistants whose whole aim is to give every customer one hundred cents worth foe every dollar -: If you are not spent with us already a customer of ours you should be and will be if you will only give -: us a trial order The names of will serve you appear in those who this advertisement ::- of their accounts which, wc trust, will meet with a ready response. We shall greatly appreciate such a response, and tf it WILIi belt us a lot. asd to tiiose rs amieabs, statements John R. Gibson McKee Block Miss Aiadgo & Co. Miss Margaret Phelps Telephone 5(H) Hart two-third- at present DETERMINATION This is the last week of our Big Determination Sale. Sale closes Saturday Night at 10:30, so if you haven't been in to see us, you don't know what you've missed. Our Congressman Speaks. Hon. Harvey Helm.our Congressman, seems to be mailing through the District two alleged speeches mado by him in Congress, ono upon a tobacco- measure and another styled: "Reasons why tho army costs one hundred millions annually." Wo sincerely hope that these two speeches will be received by each and every voter in the Eighth District, because they will show better than any words can" how the District is being represented at Washington, and what is the intellectual standing of our member. Neither of these speeches Is very long, but they are long enough to show the amazing lack of information, if not ignorance of our congressman on the subjects concerning which no attempted to enlighten his fellow members of Con gress. His speech on the cost of tt e army in all consumed about nine minutes, but it did not take ovor two or three minutes for him to .show that he was practically ignorant of the subject upon which he was undertaking to speak, and that he has been acting as Chairman of a Military Commlt'eo that has been widely advertised as having acquired some knowledge on the cost and expense of our military establishment. Helm's speech on this subject shows that ho has not acquired any in formation. Neither of the speeches is worthy of any Congressman, and especially & Con grecemao irom tho Eighth District. We believe that there is not a single boy ia oemmon schools, certainly not one la ear High Schools, who would not the a better showing upon the sub jects with an hour or .two's ' notice for preparation; Thelime was when thW district in point of ability .and influence ; - d to-wi- We have made many customers happy and same for you. will do the -- It don't matter what you want to wear, we have it, for men,and boys Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear n and Furnishings We have lost the cost price and they go lli. this week, so don't miss this opportunity. close Saturday Night, January 27th at any. price Sale will rc-di- s- t toe-Tho- J. S. SXAISJIFER Home of Good Ootfacs Popular Comer, Second and Main Richmond, Kentucky When You Add something each year that will make your It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of b&W furnishings at one time home more comfortable. - i I You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive wilh new things, if you follow this plan "b'f adding something new every spring. , . . It A Our Big Sale ja Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, MattingsS;M"Rqgs Ready for your selection now. BENNETTand HIGG1NS UNDER Beware of Ointments Goes On CUT PRICES CONTINUE : ON A KING LOCAL AND OTHERWISE nVadlewa Items Prepared for Catarrh That Contain Mercury T wui surely aetlrvr IU nie of smell - .cUIy deranre tbe whale arstvm Mrhea tnrouca i&e ffiucout surfaqw. Sata nerer be used except on i -i n reputable pbrstetaBc. aa the damage v. a J Is ten foM to tbe jruod ya cm pas-r- e from tbem. CatarrU Cure, 'sred by F. J. Cbeow & Co.. Teleds. O.. ana is una lnieraiur. 3 co men-si- r. r z -- "cUr npon tbe blood and roueoat bt f- j cT tne srstem. In trajimc Hair. Catarrh u ! t? sore yoa ret tbe retrain. It la taken y -- i. 7 and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. ti. Testimonials tree. t "J ly Drarrjsta. Price, 73c. per bottle. QiU's Family mis lor constipation. uc LJr ft : Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants,. Warm Work Jackets, Underwear, Gloves, Caps, Flannel Shirts, Heavy Shoes, Hats, Etc 7Ph. just at the time you need theme We are' forced to sacrifice heavy merchandise rather than' carry it over hence these extreme price reductions Hurried Header. tor the t E 2 ..; T 3S. !yr re Insurance S A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Co. Write me or phone 151 rinc 2. Union City. Ky. & ( 1 1Tl.cn you want f r a cough or celd 'h j Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field Accidents will happen, but the best seeds at attractive prices. See US related families keep Dr. Thomas' before buying, E ectic Oil for sach emergeaoies. It tf Arnold & Simmoxs. Su jcs the pain and" beak hurts. jB-lr says preacher aiassacnusetis For Rent sieepers in ms congregation do not worry him, but the question is, does he 'h'Ae on Firit street. Apply to worry the sleepers? f Hbs. Bijou ax ak. Andrew Carnegie docs not believe in Boarders Wanted. gambling. He is not willing to take any! Ap- d clear rooms and good table. chances of the consumer getting the Mbs. Clvdb Pulless, best of things. S31 Moberly avenue. As the dressmakers have decided Pupils Wanted. ground glass is not the proper thing for few more pupils for Cornet lessons stiffening silk dresses, it may be neces ber''re I leave for Chicago about April sary to resort to diamond dust For the next fifteen dajs Covington Is:, 'u join J.J. Richards' Cornet Band. Spasmodic insanity will be the plea of Thorpe Co. will give a cash reduction of Albx. Bowles, Richcson's attorneys in asking Gov 30-t- f ten per cent, on all groceries, Studio at Opera House. ernor Foss for mercy. Do ttany count you done to relievo the What have the Governor being spasmodically in Architect's Notice. suffering occasioned by the recent cold 1 am prepared to draw plans for sane? spell of arctic weather? Send some de 1 . Jines and remodelinc of all kinds. From all indications Richmond will serving family a load of coal and see if V a. so furnish estimates or surjerin- - have a ball team during tbe coming you don't have pleasanter dreams. J construction of such work. Phone seasen. See notice of meeting in LexThe cold days of the past two weeks Orders left for me at The Climax ington, Friday, elsewhere in today's kept the farmers from coming to the : will receive prompt attention. issue. 7 city, and, as a result, business was at a N. B. TUKTET. When in need ol lilacksmithimr in standstill, but moderation in the temBOOKKEEPING any of its branches, Farming Imple perature has caused tbe business sec ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, tions to resume their normal condition. Bc8ines8,Phonograpliy TYPEWRITING ani Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. .Sons will meet fathers when the Unit f. TELEGRAPHY Miller, Union City, Ky. ed Confederate Veterans and the United W1L BU RfR. S M jfH BUS! N ESS COLLEGE The tobacco houses are enjoying a Sons of Confederate Veterans gather in IU i ruident has years of experience in mercantile splendid business and the weed is bring Macon, tikinr bosineu. alao - years rdnratlnc HUTO Men who fought Ga., May mn ana wemen lnr WILBUR B. SJirril, Iexlu7lon, Ky. ing fine prices. Now is the time to put for their homes and states in tho great your tobacco on the market and Rich est conflict in history will salute those mond is the market for you to patronize. who answered tho call of. a reunited Bird Dog Lost That New Yo'k Congressman who is nations the veterans of '04 will clasp Hod dog with white toes, about nine Disappeared from my afraid of hurting the feelings of the hands with the veterans of '93. in m lis old. h( me 423 North street about Jan. 10th. trusts may have his own feelings rudely Mr. R. M. Sparks, of Nicholasville, jarred later, when his constituents remarked:- - "The hen that lays is the Regard if returned to come to the matter of voting on bis hen that pays." Tt en J. Coleman Noff . ; tf Sam Black. .case. got excited: Special Notice. "Hold on a minute Don't send your orders for Calendars We call attention to "Climax Speoial out of Richmond. TnE Climax is now She isn't in it With the hen that wins f ubbiogRtes" in another column. AVe prepared to handle this class of print When the snow begins!" hae suoeeeded in making arrangements ing, and will have a representative to Louisville Post. whereby we can offer our frionds ex-t- call on you with an "elegant assortment rnely low prices. AVe can save you of samples within short time. .Overcoat and Keys. e, ..ley on any magazine or papor you The Richmond tobacco warehouses Parly, who by mistake, took them vuut. Get our prices before placing afford a splendid market for those who from Tevis" barber shop Saturday night, your order elsewhere. tf. have a crop of tobacco no. matter how will please return to William Buckley.lt f large or how small. The prices paid in Card of Thanks. this city are equal to those obtained in Paint Lick Correspondent 1 desire to express my hearty appreciat- Lexington and other markets. The Climax has arranged for a corres ion of the patronage extended to n pondent at Paint Lick and' the indica John Co jk, aged 3S years, of Rich tions are that he is a "live wire." Wo & Higgins durine the past seven years, asd to the undersigned who has mond, was killed by Town Marshal R. hope to have interesting news every recently purchased the stock of goods. O Dilts. at Falmouth, who had If anything week from that section. Cook and another negro and was It is my intention to serve you in the happens The Climax will have it. future as I have in tbepastand you will on'the way to jail with them when they Commandery Inspection. always fisd a hearty welcome at my broke away and ran. Louisville Times. await Richmond Commandery will hold its More, where greatest bargains A gentleman recently advertised in regular meeting tomorrow evening at you. See advertisement elsewhere. TnE Climax some fancy poultry for the asylum. There will be initiation Yours truly, ope or two insertions, we and inspection,- - Rev. Hardwick, of "W. F. Hioorss. sale, and, after were advised to discontinue the notice, Louisville, wilt be on band to inspect VThea you know of any marriages, as "everytning nau Dcen soia dui me Sir Knights and Commandery. binfci, deaths, accidents, sales of land, coops." A hint to the wise should be the Banquet will bo ladies are expected. crop or stock, church news or lodge sufficient. served after the ceremonies. news, please telephone or write The Cliuax, so that we can inform people in 'Hen" T. Johnson who was taken Blue GlBSS League To Con- other parts ol the country. We want from here to Richmond, to appear be tinue. clean mews of every kind from every fore the Federal Court for selling whisky Harmony and optimism, prevailed at " locality. tf without license, was returned hero Mon- - the meeting of the directors of the Blue day.night to finish his time of 223 days. Grass League, held in the offices of the Uncle Sam" seems to handle them Lexington Baseball Club Friday, and at easier than our county officers. Carlisle its close the fans of Central Kentucky Mercury. were assured of having as good a league as last season, composed of the same It has long been a Democratic custom six clubs. in Hadison county to give a second term Tbe directors decided to play a sche to those officials who perform their duty dule of 130 games,beginning May 1, and during the first term of office, and you Remember that photo she continuing to September 4,all tho games can make no mistake by deciding to cast to be played in one series, instead your vote for R. B. Terrill for arrangement. gave you at Xmas now of tha. two-seastion to tbe office of County Court Clerk. which was experimented wilh last sea His record is open for the closest inspecson. The Board decided to increase the it is up to you tf. tion. salarv of President William Neal of In order to reduce our stock, of gro Louisville, 500 per year, in order that K10 ,12 a. Opea ceries, we have determined to make a he may give his entire time to the work Sundays! .2 4 9. reduction of ten per cent, for cah only,-o- n of the league and keep in closer touch every article in our mammoth line of with the various teams and conditions CovixotoN'Thorpe Co. groceries. in the circuit. 30-tf-Heretofore the salary paid the execu are ripe for some such leg- tive of the league has nol benn sufficient Conditions to enable him to give but a part of his islation as .that proposed in the Wll management In the General As- time and attention to the of Its affairs, but under the new ruling, sembly for the'establishment of a Stale travel from one town to another, Insurance Board. Such s board would he will umpires and players, besides watching be constituted of the State Insurance making oat reports of the league, such Commissioner and two other members as batting and fielding avorages.nt McGAUGHEY to bo appointed by the Governor and iu once every two weeks. This alone will duty would be tho regulation of fire in tend to increase tho intorest in the game surance rates in KentucKy, in tho Blue Grass by enabling enthusia- tic as well as big league men to keep a closer tab on the work of the players, President. Nea! seemed pleased with th outlook for a good season. Those prMBt were: President' Bennett and Secretary Stockton, of Richmond; H. B, Tuesday, Januaty 30 Last'CIass This Year Begins Philips, of Winchester; Manager J, B, Rates Reasonable - Courses Thorough Coleman, of Frnkfort; President Bacon Ihduding Business Correspondence of Paris; President Russell and Secre-tw- y Banner of Kaysville; President T, G. A. &hetJ and Manager Hogan Yancey, of LexiBftoa, m t-rt Lu-ir,;.ed re-elon recently-introduced Remedy. It can always be de-p- c I'jeJ "Ufion and is pleasant and safe to jS-l:.e. Sold by all dealers. take Chamberlain's reliable medicine do and why not you. tf Really there is nothing to cause any wonaer in a Chicago, 111., heiress desh ing to leave her home city. iiemember, The Climax Office prints all kinds of loose leaf work for the new ledgers and files. Try us with an order. tf vxime to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Covington & Banks kjBAJaBansnLJK Capture Moonshiners. After a lively moonshine raid in Clay county. Deputies W. T. Short and William Mays returned Monday morning with eight prisoners and two stills. The prisoners are John Sizemore, Wm. Stewart, Steve Fields, Dan Campbell, Jesse Russell and David Banks. In Loving Thoughts of Normal Notes. Miss Mary Estelle Reid, tho new Librarian, has taken up her duties in the library and things aro running smoothly there. Mis3" Reid comes to us from the Carnegie Library, in Nashville, Tenn , and brings to hor work the double equipment of thorough training and practical expo She is making her homo at Mrs. Cynda Karr's on High street. Charlie. How short his stay, but God gave him and God has taken him. So let us bow in humble sobmission to His will, knowing He is too wise to err. But, oh! his death cast a gloom over our hearts, like the shadow of a dark cloud passing between us and tho midday sun. He has left father, mother, wife, two sUters and two brother?, besides grandmother, uncles, aunts, and a host of dear friends who will tenderly bear him in their memories, till they too, pass over the River of Djath. No one knew him but to love him. While he never made any profession of religion, yet he bore in that deep and assuming manner that characterized his life, in his sickness for all he suffered much honoyer murmred but met death in the same gentle manner. All that willing and loving bands could do, assisted by the skill of the best physicians of the town was done but, God called him home. His funeral was preached by Elder James Gilbert at the home of his dear brother and sister, Chenault Duncan. After he was enlomed and friends had covered his grave with wreaths of lovely flowers, his loved ones returned home, wishing most of all they could see Charlie's dear face once more. May God who is rich in grace, grant this wish through the glorious resurrection. He was married just six weeks, one so soon to day, leaving his young-wif- e mourn his death. Lie lightly on our darling earth, Press gently on his side; Short sixteen years beside our hearth Then laid him down and died. ms araied Laswell-AdaJack Las well, of Orlando, and Hiss Stella Adams, of Berea, were married Wednesday night last at the home oftho bride. Will Go To Illinois. formerly pro prietor of tho Richmond Hotel, this city, has purchased a hotel in Kankakee, 111., and will move to that city February In addition to his family, Mr. Van deever will take with him to Kankakee Mr. Thomas Baxter, who will assist him in the capacity of clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Vandeever have many friends in this city who wish them well in their new homo. Mr. D. W. Vandeever, A Climax representative will call on merchants of the county during the next few days with a beautiful line of SAMPLE CALENDARS. See our samples and learn prices before placing your orders for this class of printing. rience. Broaddus Otto A. J. Broaddus, of this city, and Mrs. Celestine Otto, of Lioulsville, were married by Rev. C. E. The third term will open Tuesday, January 30. There will be a large influx of new students and the oflico is having a busy time finding homes for the large number of people who have written for rooms. Miss Jtfcobl was called to her homo in Green Bay, Wis., on Thursday by the serious illness of her father. She left at once but he had died before she reached his bedside. McDaugle at his home on the Summit, Wednesday evening. The groom is a popular and well known business man, the brida being a pretty and attractive woman. We extend most cordial congratulations to the happy couple. Tho marriage ol Miss Adela Collins, of Crittenden, and Mr. Ronald Oldham, of Richmond, was beautifully solemniz ed on Wednesday, Jan.17th.at the home of the bride's parents. The color scheme was pink and white and the house was lovely with decorations of plants, ferns, palms and large bunches of blooms in all the roams. Promptly at 3 o'clock Lohengrin's wedding march was played by Miss Jones, of Cincinnati, and the wedding party entered the room. The bride's gown was of white saiin, beautifully trimmed in rose lace and pearls, and her long tulle veil was held in place with orange blossoms. She" carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lillies of the valley. The bride was attended by Miss Elizabeth Col lins, of Lexington; Miss Eleanor Davis. Georgetown; Miss Gretchen Bergmeyer, Day ton., I he maids were gowned alike in lovely white charmeuse and carried huge bunches of pink roses. Miss Eliza beth Collins was maid of honor and looked lovely in her clinging robe of white satin. The bride groom had as his best man, Mr. Joe Prewitt Chenault, of Richmond, and Mr. William Oldham, of Mt. Sterling; and Mr June Smith, of Lexington, as groomsmen. Tho wedding ceremony was performed in a most impressive manner by Prof. Wreu Jones Grinstead, of Richmond - assisted bv Rev. Morrow, of Cincinnati. Mrs. Old ham is a most charming young woman with a striking personality. Mr. Old ham is one of our young men in whom wo feel great pride. Active, Industrious, progressive, and a hustler in business. He Is actively associated with his father, Mr. W. D. Oldham in tho mer cantile business. The happy couple ar rived in Richmond Sunday and are at present domiciled at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham on Lancaster avenuo. The heartiest wishes of a host of friends is extended Mr. and Mrs. Oldham for a long and happy wedded llfo. Mr. Leslie Powell, of Jessamine county, and Miss Georgia Walton, of Madison, were united in marriage Saturday at tho home of the bride, Rev. G. W. Crutchfield officiating. Rarne, of the Christian church, this city, officiating. The wedding was a quiet home affair and was witnessed by only a few intimate friends and relatives The bride is an attractive and lovable young lady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. White, and is widely connected throughout the county. Mr. Eobanks is a progressive farmer ef Clark county and is worthy or the fcride he has won. The nanny ooudIo left o tho five o'clock train for a bridal trie and will return to the homo of the bride's parents on Saturday for a sbert visit, alter which they will go to Clark to reside. The kindest wfrtuva nf n Wt of frieads is extended the happy couple . r long ana inappy marriea life. lor a i REPORT OF P. A. INFIRMARY FROM C 1, OCT. 191 1, To JAN. I, 1912. REQBIPT5. Pay Patients. Gettftty. Cray US" M Memberships DsaaUans ... m m Batertalnmeats. Total DISBURSED! BNTS. SI 31 7 SS Twenty Horses Die In Madi son. Mr. Robert Walker, the veteran horse man of this city, stated to The Climax Monday that twenty or mere valuable horses had died in Madison county dur ing the past three weeks as a result of eating rotten corn. Mr. Walker claims there is no cure for the disease, wlTioh seems to affect the brain. A examination recently held by Mr. Walker developed this fact. One half of the brain was perfectly clear and ap parently informal condition while the other half was blood clotted and greatly disea ed. post-morte- m Overdraft Nurses Salaries Eatables and Servants Dregs 3 --96 33 438 M t3 St as m , . Laundry.. Water aad Gas , . Light Telepbeae Mdse .. at m 11 .. . mm 9 is w M 90 31.361 49 Shooting Affray. A difficulty occured Monday between Thomas For and Hardy Hughes In Prof. C. H. Wilson spent Saturday in Lexington. He went to act as Referee in tho game between State Juniors and Lexington High school. Prof. McDougle addressed the City Teachers Association of Newport Friday on tbe Socialization of Public Schools. A large and appreciative audience en joyed tho occasion. School, .Receipts which the former shot Hughes three times, the bullets taking effect in tha arm, head and hip. The trouble occured on tho farm of Mr. Fox, on the Jack's Creek pike, where Mr. Hughes had boen farming for the past year. It is under stood the difficulty between these men resulted from a settlement of tho past years business. Mr. liugnes was brought to his homo in this city and was resting very comfortably yesterday morning and his wounds are not considered dangerons. One bullet struck Hughes in tho forehead and glanced around, another shattered both bones in his arm and the third entered the hip. Mr. Fox came to tho city and surrendered to the officers and was re leased on bond. Overeraft. 3 3OT t--i Number of Ceoqty Palteato. 4 51 daws Number of City Pattoata 3 1MJ dags Number ef Pay. Palleats 21 331 tiajps Total 3i 491 days Number reeevered, 10; imprewed,- - Si died, 1. remainteg 3. i Shorthand and Typewriting S. fhmm W. M. WOOTTON, B. Prof. Robertson, of the State Reform at Glendale.pear Lexinglon, was here last week looking for teachers. Several of tho young men went to look over the situation. - We miss him here, we miss him there, Naught breaks his deep reposing; No more his talk by day we sharo, Schildkret's Hungarian Orchestra will No smile when day is closing. give a concert in the Normal Chapel on Wednesday evening, January 31st. The We call, he answers not the while, high quality of the Lecture Course His thoughts we cannot measure. This home is best, he seems to smile, entertainments has been evidenced by Our lost but living treasure. the two numbers already given. The Days, months and years must pass with- Schildkret organization is second to out him, none of its kind and it will be a privilege Organizers in Burley District His memory is all that is left to us here. to hear it. But I dream that in heaven we shall To otart Campaign. eather around him. The Schildkret Orchestra played at Tobacco Society Our hearts vanished idol that was to us The Bluegrass so dear. the Roosovelt-Longwort- h wedding. It officials have decided to open an active rGrandma. must be worth while. campaign to secure signatures fo the pooling pledge, and will new ten-yeSingle tickets for the Schildkret conbegin this week with a series of speeches cert 50 con's. On sale at Middleton's at various points in Central Kentucky, and Perry's. and will keep up a warm cadvass until March 1, when it has been announced Moberley Items. the pool will close. A representative of formerly a Mrs. Jason Chenault, the society will speak to the tobacco growers and farmers at tho county seat citizenbf this city, died Saturday at tho Hr. Richard Tevis has opened a new of each county on every court day be home of her daughter in Indianapolis grocery store at Austrata. sixty-fiv- e of years, tween this and ilarch. The society of Deceased was about Mr. Starling Green is spending a few ficials say that they feel much encourag age and was tho widow of Prof. Jason days at tha home of his fath'or, ed from the pledges already mado. J. Chenault, who was born and reared in Mr. Lem Tudor has gone to houseD. Clark, secretary of the Fayotto Board Madison county. Prof. Chenault will keeping near this place. His friends resiof Control of this society, went to Now be recalled by many of the older wish him unbounded success. dents of Richmond, whore he taught Castle, Henry county, last week, and Mr. Fount Winkler has moved to the The school many years ago. pooled thirteen big farms in one day. Thos. Collins farm on Muddy Creek. remains of this estimable woman were Sister Burke preached at Cancord Locates in Indiana. brought to this city Sunday and funeral Scdool House Sunday night to a large Tho Lexington Herald contains tbe services wero held at the Episcopal and appreciative audience. following notice concerning a former church Monday morning by Rev. Mr. O. T. Hughes is. visiting friends Madisonian, J. W. Masters, who was in Thompson, after which interment took here this weok. Cemetery, beside buslnoss in. tins city for a number of place in Richmond Sunday School and prayer meeting are years: "J. W. Masters, formerly a well her husband who proceeded her to. the well attended at Concord. ago. Three daughters known real estate dealer of this olty and grave five years air. ana Mrs. wiiuam Poland are re Madison county, and who is an exten are left to mourn her loss. joicing over tho arrival of a fine son, sive buyer and trader in stock, will re- William, Jr. Mr. William McCord, aged olghty-on- e movo his family to Columbus, lnd., his home in Lexing next week, where lie wilt engage in the' years old, died at Letter From Mr. Oldham. real estate business. TAt. Masters' sob, ton, Sunday, night, at eight o clook, The Climax has received a letter from following an illness o( several weeks. Herbert R., is a student at State Smith Oldham," who has been residing hero and will continue his Mr. McCord was born and reared in this in Tucson, Ariz., during the present Richmond, and here studies in that institution, being loathe eounty, near winter. 31 r. Oldham, who was a cousin successful to leave until he has completed his spent most of his, life as of the late Kio. Oldham, sent us a beau course in mechanical and electrical en- farmer. He is survived by his wife and tiful tribute to his distinguished kinsgineering. Mr. Masters recently pur six children, Messrs. B. P., and J. A. man, which was publishsd ia a Tucson chased a large farm near Columbus, and William McCord, "of this county, paper, and which we reproduce else- lnd., and also acquired other property David McCord and Jars. x.. l'. Taylor, waera ia this issue. Mr. Oklham stated in the Hoosler State. He has just re of Laxiaftee, and E. S. McCord, of that Hie health is greatly improved and The' fuaeral turned from & trip of inspection ami an Seattle, Washington. tfeetae aad Mrs. Oldham are very fond nounces thai he was well satisSad with serviees - were conducted at' the Mt. of Tucson. The temperature, at tbe his holdings in Indiana. . Mr. Masters PSeasa&t Christian church, this county, time ef writing, was 90 ia the shade. came to this 'city soae tiaia age from yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock, Make np your mid row that you are Madison county, where he was a well Rev. Mark Collis, pattor of the Broad church, Idling tea, goiiff to Yeee far R. B. Terrill for known real Mtate daafer aad liva stock way Christian Sfs record as a public serve Interment took plaee is trad or. At ou time m was mm ewnar ofltcUliaf t Um English atltojMB oa Wtst BfcMt the family lot in the Richmond Ceme- has never been eclipsed by soy former official tf. tery at twelve o'clock yesterday. 'atiMt.tois city." , ar W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers New York Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home Novel Colorings Deaths Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished 5atisfaction 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 taxpayers to know positively which one of ! 1 The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Fer- Usi-versi- ty ris, of Red House, this county, and Mr. Walter Qulnn, of Bloomington, 111., was solemnized at the' home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McCord yesterday at 2 p. m.. in the presence of a few in timate iriends. Tbe ceremony was said by Rev, Bower, of Versailles, in a most Impressive, manner. Mrs. Will Boggs played Tohengrin's wedding march as the bridal party entered the. parlors. The bride looked Extremely handsome ia a white corduroy velvet suit with large pieture hat to match. Mr. Quinn was looking quite happy over having' captured ono of oar handsomest and meet charming girls. After tee mofiy tney were drives to Jtiefe take the five o'clock BortheeMa train. fWe wedding of Miet Emma White Eubaak, mt Clark, aatl Mr. Stephen eeuaty, .was eommniied at tne home ol the bride's parmtta, on BanaeTM III pike, Saturday aitenmoavat 3:36 Rev. S. B. 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, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic Which Candidate's Record Is THL BEST? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and 1 appreciate it. J. J. GREENLEAE I 4i THE EVENT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR Green Tag Elder's LLLLnnKV AnBLLH LLKKLV HLn&LB sLLLKKB 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 you to come miles to attend this sale. We will be well tention. 5o be on hand the opening day as early as possible and take advantage of the ripest plums 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 5,00 yards nice ginghams, 2& to 3 1-- pjSatBB f Cash to One and All SATURDAY January 13 to 27 Don't Forget the Date fWmsSPll y w-mr Ij v yard 'lenghts, usually sells for 7 and 10c per yard. Help yourself at 4 n --- 5c yard : m . In Every Department. This sale lasts two weeks and introduces al the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash. . Look for the Green Price Tags This year its greater and grander than ever before LOOK Fnr thk The real loud noise all big sales. The sale that draws the hunters. However we wish to sav that in our efforts to secure merchandise tor this our store ason we are sure the simple announcement of the dates of sale before, and that our prices will be found a little lower than in our previous sales. That's why we feel safe in telling you to come ex sale we have succed in securing a greater range of styles and datterns than ever pecting bigger and better values for your money than you ever received Deiore. we never nave uiuappunueu uui menus, we die nut going 10 Degin now OU all know what it means when we announce one of our Bargain Events. We have told many of these sales in the past and never in and in stance have we disappointed the public. Every promise has been carried out to the letter, and in most instances we have done more. will fill to overflowing with eager bargain READ Our Shoe Department For Women and Children people for miles around. J '""W1BBrrlntiriTiyr-J"iF- l j.; w-- .y -- i. . riiiiiii3 Tailored Dress Skirts In the new weaves and nicely tailored, excellent quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and some colors. 85 Panama Shirts during this sale at White Goods We are offering' ou white goods in 2 and 3 yard Is full of the newest and best Winter styles for men women and children. It will be cheaper to buy new shoes than to have the old ones repaired J ust the thing for ladies waists lengths at less than one half the former priee. and childrens dresses. India Linen that usually 7 1- -2 sells at 12ic, during thjs sale at .. . - - ' 1 $2.98 7.00, 8.00 and 10.00 .Voille Skirts during this sale gr Og Best possible prices. We are making a deep cut in price on every Fur. we carry $1.25 1.50 2.00 FURS 98c lip $1.24 up For Men Store closed Friday, January 12th, to mark down prices We have one lot good all wool Suits, all in small size,s and a little out of date. A suit out of this lot if you eau find your size will be as cheap as overalls ' Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats 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 materials in all the popular fabrics every garment suporior-i- n the minutest detail. Look around first and then compare our prices with those 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 20 00 and 18.00 Ladies' Coats reduced to 9.98 1500 and 12.5a Ladiee' Coats reduced to 7.48 10.00 and 7.50 Ladies' Coats reduced to 4.93 Boys' Clothing "We have given tou bargains before, but. never anything like these;- - These suits are made to give the best wear of selected material's Boys' 10.00 Suits now 6 4& Roys' 8.00 Suits now ; 5.98 Boys' ..00 Suits nw 3.4S Boys' ' 3.50 Suits now 2.48 Boys' 2 50 Suits now 1.93 We have a lot of Boj-straight Pants, all" sizes, worth from 50e to 1.50. Your OXT choice of this lot for s' Furs Furs Furs H.00 Furs 5.00 Furs 6.00 Furs now now now now now now $ .79 98 1.24 1.98 2.98 :.. 3.98 AcCaH Piitcms Not. 4213 4231 Price, 15 etnti tad-- -LADIES COAT SUIT No Rebate Stamps Given During Sale Great Mill and Factory End Sale All previous records for underselling has been outdone on this occasion never in the. history of modern retailing has there been an event so laden with vital economies. It will go down iri history as the most sensational sale of staple merchandise ever launched in Richmond PepperreH Bleached Hope Bleached Amoskeag Ticking Outing Flannels lied Amoskcag, all solid colors and white, worth 15c a yard in a regular way. Mill and Factory Ends up H I OA to 10 yards Sale price Finest quality feather'tiok-in- Staple and Domestic Gottons . -- Ladies' Black Sateen Petticoats, made with 'deep flounce and ruffles, with hemstitching on flounce, bought especially HAr for this sale; regular 1.25 values Ladies fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, deep flounce 'and ruffles, would be dheap at 1.50 QP,r 7QZ Sale price. 1 Ladies' black fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats A our regular 2.00 values 5.00 Black Silk Petticoats for 3.24 Petticoats ' Men's Fine Pants At Tag Prices. Not'a man but what will want one or more pair at these prices-Trouser- s worth 5.00 for 3. 48 n ' Blankets and Comforts Almost at our Own Price Trousers worth 4.00 for Trousers worth 2.50 for Trousers worth 2.00 for . .".2.98 .1.48 1.24 Men's Furnishings Underwear Men's heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 50c value Ladles' heavy fleece Vests and Pants, now Ladies' Rod 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 Muslifl Thousands of yards of lhis famous Bleached Muslin in Mill 'Ends, from 3 to 10 yard lengths Hn Sale price per yard " Sheeting .... 39c 15c DSc A O A brand, absolutely guaranteed, all the staple blue stripes, sold the world over at 20c yard, Mill Ends 1 0p from 3 to 9 yards Sale price You all know the grade, to Mill Ends from 2 2 7 2 yard lengths. During 93o 93c Till.. 18 Art Linens, Dress Accessories, Etc One lot of Ladies' Belts, worth 25c, sale 1- -2 price. .10 In this department we offer some unmatchable values. We know men's needs, also how to buy furni&hings 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 75e.25c Shirts, Neckwear, Etc., All Reduced In January we receive ou Spring and Summer Clothing. "We need all the space for this 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 and 20.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 15.00 Suits and. Overcoats reduced to . 10.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 7.50 Suits and Overcoats reduced to . 1S.Q0 -- 12.48 9.98 6.98 4.98 $1-0- Wtmderhose fESST8 EVERYTHING 0 cash to one and all 5c Prepare for Spring by Buying Lace Curtains, Draperies, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Oil Cloth Now REDUCED NOTIONS Safety Pins, all sizes, 2 cards Allen's Bo rated Talcum Powder King's 200 yard spool thread 12 dozes agate buttons Men's Hose ladies' Hose InfaafT Hose c 3c 2 ong Cloth 5c 8c 5. 18, 19c 5, 8, 10c Extra fine quality Eng'lsh Long Cloth, standard width?, all lengths from 3 yards actually worth 15. 13 an 1 20c yard 0 Mill and Factory Ends, sale ptica Ol"J to-1- Q 13 llll AU $1.50 R & G and American Beauty Corsets $1.24 All $jW American Beauty Corsets 89c family size, made of good qsaHl.TurbUh Terr "3 r worth 5 and- - lOe, ale price. . RICHMOND r KUud KENTUCKY OUD x : DUE, CASH STORE W. D. Oldham & Co's Great LoomSeason and End Close of i BEE Get Bus Everybody. The big Money Saving Time Has Come The Great Loom End Sale begins Saturday Morning 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 misrepresented nor overrated. You will find them all just as advertised &j January al 13th at 8 o'clock and closes Saturday evening at 10:30 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 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 sale will Everybody must be 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 Goin everything cash during this sale Bring your pocket book for this will be a strictly Cash Sale . It would be too much ot a monotony it we continued to have the same Kind ot sale and the 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 BLST THE LAND AFFORDS 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 satis- factory season's business this fall of our entire business career, we want to stop and thank you for your generous patronage, we know we can't succeed without your help, and with our efforts combined with your hpln wp an Pnahld tn cull the markets and do reat things in the mercantile line. We will be able to show you, this time the mps,t attractive array of merchandise at the most phenominal low prices for first class stuff ever before seen in this good old city. There will be a rush for this merchandise, and there ought to be, fqr when gQlcf ciollajs, 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 folow the crowd and come eary Tailor-mad- e BEGINS JANUARY I3 Suits, Skirts and Cloaks legates. Loom End Prices In our Cloak and Suit Department that will mate this department look as bear of stock as a ship's spars when stripped for a storm. Although we have had the largest and best Suit and Oloak sale this season we have ever had, our Suit Parlor is still full of all the host styles in ladies YoucariLbuy any Cloaks and "Wraps. garment in our Coat and Suit Departr ment during tha sale at just half price. Our loss will be your tain. Nothing reservedthey all go. CLOSES JANUARY 27 Hosiery and Underwear Bargains The American Lady Corset Company has agreed to help us bear the loss on their Corsets during this sate. So coma on get your size and the style best suited to your figure before it is gee. Yea can buy them now at Loom Had prices. You'll have to harry if yen get Mm one yon want We have seoured for this sate one let . of Corsets in the very best makes, worth up to 81.50 each, in all sizes. Your choice during this sale t Blanket and Comfort Bargains . 48c American Lady Corsets One lot of about 75 pair 104 size Blankets in white, gray A good value at 75o a pair. and tan, with beautiful borders. Our Sale price Ono lot of about CO pair extra heavy and full Blankets, in white, gray and tan, regular $1.25 value sio "0o One lot Blankets, about 50 in all, in all colors and plaids, rnado up from, our $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 sollors, all of them i full 111 size. Salo price for choice 25 all wool 104 size Blankets, in white, gray and plaids with beautiful borders, all nice and clean and worth up to W 08o per pair. Your choice during this salo far... $2.05 Ladies Dress Skirts All new. q?bis fall's, styles, will bo sold, in this sale at from $L25 to $0.00, and not a one of them but what wilj be a bargain at double the price. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are giving In Bed Comforts of all Kinds. No old trashy stuff, but as good as you would rnako. yourself. Got our Loom End prices on them 39c Carpets, Rugs, Mattings 8c value, full sizes from 5 to 10. Sale-pric50 dozen children's black Hose, "Bear" brand for boys or girls. A regular 25c seller. Sizes IS to 10. Sale price ....15c 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 all sizes for this sale Our Hosiery stock is chuk full of nice quality hosiery of every kind. Loom End Sale prices on all of. . them. Ask to see them 40 dozen children's gray and cream colored Union Suits in sizes to fit cnildren from 2 to 14 19c . years old," good heavy fleeced lined, anv size 26 dozen ladies' bleach Union Suits, the regu39c lar 75c kind, for this sale you pay 40 dozen ladies bleached Vest and Pants in all 39c sizes, heavy weight. Sale price 40 dozen ladies' bleached Vests and Pants in 19c all siaes, heavy weight. tPer garment e. Regular 25c Gloves at 15c per pair A purchase of 50 dozen pairs of good warm gloves, Jersey and polf, for ladies and children, 15c a pair is about half price for them. 25 Children's Bear Skin Caps in 15 all colors girls 25c Stocking Leg Caps for and boys, nice bright patterns 15c the good kind I 25c Barets and Combs for ladles 1 ... .. Sale price Every Hat and Cap in the Big Store for men, boys and children has been reduced price for this sale and prices marked- in plain figures. You know we carry the - 50 dozen children's black ribbed Hose, full regular made, an extra heavy quality, regular 15c at Loom Fnd Prices Ono lot of Axminster Rusts 27W size; a nice lino and worth in a regular way $2. Sale price 9Sc II Ono lot 912 room sizo Brussels Rugs, in beautiful assortment of patterns, full seamless and a reguS9.75 lar $15 seller. Our. Sale priccu most up to date line of Hats and Caps in (his city. Come and get them at Loom End Prices Men's Underwear Bargains ' This)' One lot special Velvet Rugs, 012 size;' new spring styles. 310.03 rug is sold at $1S. Our Sale price Opo lot ef 50 Smith's Axminster Rugs, in floral and oriental $15 50 designs, 912 size, are a bargain at $22.50. Our Sale price Get our Loom End prices on all kinds of Carpets and Mattings. Youjcaa Now is the timo to buy them. Spring wjll soon be here save big money by buytog now. - A Flyer in Children's Bleached MusKn Drawers child-ren- s We were fortunate in securing, for this sale 100 dozen ruffled and unbleached Mwlia Dfawtrs, nicely made, 1 stitched, in sizes to 8t children from 2 to 14 yars old 25c value. As long as they last they go for Q-Reg- ular 25 dozen boys' extra heavy Shirts and Drawers, a regular 35o value. Sale price " 100 Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags at Loom End Prices 10c Beauty Pins, per 25c One lot men's Drawors, in ribbed light blue, salmon C5c per garment. Underwear, about 100 dozen Shirts and and heavy fleeceiUlned, ecru, cream, gray,, and bleached. All sizes and w orth up to Our sale price for choice 39c pair Hat Pins for ladies, a big lot - . 5c 10c of patterns. For MusKn Underwear Bftm the Ufafe. Every farmeni marked m plain figures foe LaJk , Don't forget our Small Wares Everything Reduced Bring your Cash for this is Strictly . Cash Sale The Kg Sale That Does Not Waste But Saves You Money -- Busy Bee Cash Store f RICHMOND, KENTUCKY k, V You are invited to k. It wiM be the talk of the town and county. You better come CI i max Special Clubbing Rates Climax and Daily Courier Journal $4.00 150 Climax and Weekly Courier Journal Climax and Daily Cincinnati Post, with Hahd-- some Calendar Climax and Daily Louisville Post - NOCAUStLTO DOUBT A Statement of Facts Backed By a Strong Guarantee. We guarantee immediate and positive to all sufferers frost constipation. Ia every cue where our remedy fails to do this we retarn the money paid us for it. That is & frank statement of facts, and we want you to substantiate them at our risk. Rexa.ll Orderlies ae eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or nfcrht; do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griplnfr, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild "but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a, regulative tonic upon the relaxed mus cular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Rcxall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of consiipation and its attendant evils. That's why we back our faith in them with our promise of money back if they do not give entire satisfaction. Three sizes. 12 tablets 10c, 30 tablets 25c and SO tablets 50c. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at our storo-r-T- he llexall Store. Perry's drug store. CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY y A. W. MACY. A COtMCIENTKMM Dw4n Hy house and other outbtiiMi&gs. 88-t- f For Root oo North Stmt with Di M. Dunn sfabfc 1 HIIMIII HUM 111 Specialist and THROAT Richmond, Oldham Bldg. B. Walker y ll 111 IMMM Tandy Eofc Jesse Cob' jis. A.-- Million. In Diseases or EYE, EAR, NOSE SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on his rounds of what would be tho most highly valued gift for his favorites. "We woufrl suggest a home or building lot for your family, whien would certainly bring joy for the Christmastide. Con suit us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that will be hailed with delight. Turkeys For Sale. . rlif ADMIRAL. Chin tin ta vrthf stew raaiW af 4M to' at- - Mammoth Brouza Turkeys Cockerels and pullets. Apply to G. W. Deather-ae- e. 20-t- f Fnoae 906-2. Awatria, Hmsla, ttarmany, Jaaan n4 the UaHaa ttatM, were lying a tk mint ef tto Pel-H- e rivar, (aaalnf ta Pokfn On th hanks ef the river, ana were th a uartflrif Hs Taku fa rt, aarrteeAad ay Cht-mm aoWlart. At a ture ef the rcbtlln eeven ef In a efrmana the aamlral It!, Rooms For Rent Roeaas furnished or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Lizzie Hendersop, West Main General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. PHONE. 83, or 48 1. JESSE COBB, street. 27-t- f. antra, rhll Lost One side of locket has m fer the evaluation er errener ef the farts, th femc-ftk!nf accompanied by a threat ta flra an Oblong black Onyx locket and chain. a pearl, other side place for picture. Reward if returned 29-to CJimax office. 2t G Ce Sale & all-around Co. Local and Lon Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. - Climax Climax Climax Climax Climax and Daily Lexington Herald and Daily Lexington Leader 250 350 535 5.10 1 country. lished ordering elsewhere. The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs Tyr Hawser Strong. The deposited every now and then that Makes A Bank Account worth white, and it wi give you a hold on Me very poAfesaibn brings riappiness STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY Don't think too long, buy now. St. Francis valley lands are moving upward. AT ONCE One sale last week, consideration $200,-00The valne is higher this week. A in this THAN TO WAIT UXTlV IT good many people who have money to invest are going to invest it in real BURNS AND WISH v estate. Why not invest it in the rich YOU HAD St, Francis Valley lands in northeast : Arkansas? These are the finest agricultural lands in the southwest, and there Bowie.) (Copyright, 1S11. by Joseph B. are less acres for sale each year and the price higher. The question is how long Facts Concerning Madison SURVEYOR are you going to wait before you buy? County. Be not prejudiced against Arkansas, but solicago of those its patron needing ser The subjoined article was taken from come and investigate for yourselves. vices or a competent roan, nuuress, Savings Bank is a good place to a pamphlet entitled "Advantages and The RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. i Needs of Kentucky," exhibited before save money, but the place to make is in the Fourth State Development Conven real estate in northeast Arkansas: Call Announce mens tion, Oct. 11, 12, and 13, 1911, at Louis- on or write for list of lands we have for Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for yonr family as a city ret ville. We reprint these facts that our sale. dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a W. H. Newsom Realty Co., . FOR SHERIFF readers may know what Madison county nr time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service , wbe t. Wynne, Ark. produces: your neighbor can eet for a sum that is small compared with the ben The Climax is authorized to announce Ton and elite received. Call or address oar nearest office or write direct to headquarters Elmer Ueatheraeo as a candidato for "Madison County has area of neraly Lambs Dying. Kashrille. Tennessee, for information regarding our special 'Farmers i" Lines Sheriff of Madison county, subject to 400 square miles, located nearly in cen rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately Farmers throughout thecounty suffer the action of tho Democratic party. ter of state; first bluo grass county ad anterestyon. Our lines cover the btates ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Missusipp Tho Climax is authorized toannounco joining mountains! soil varied, middle ed immensely this winter on account of Louisiana and the boutnern portion oi xndiana and Illinois. a candidate the cold waves as they suffered the loss John F. Bildwin ascouniy, subjsct for and western portion has limestone to Sheriff of Madison formation and produces luxuriant blue-- of a goodly number of lambs. It was the action of the Democratic party. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Ineorporaied grass, hemp, tobacco and all kinds of almost impossiblo to save them, the nn ntillinrizpfl to nntionnce X. B mJKK n mmllilate for Sheriff of Mndlson crops to perfection; eastern portion thin weather was so awful cold. county, subject to the action of the Demo ner, but as general thing people have party. Why Do the People Do It? cratic nr. nrittinrl7frt in announce II. II, w. small farms and cultivate well; portion Sheriff of Madi It is known that there are a large son county, subject to the action of the known as "Sour Woods" is sandy loam, number- - of people in Madison county Democratic party, by judicious use ot drain tiling and fer announce Oldham Building We tilizers, possible to grow Alfalfa crop who daily send tboir money away to the VAN are hereby authorized to for She. iff B. BENTON a candidate of Madison County, subjeet to .uie action and country has developed into huge catalog houses, even after tbo Ky tell them plainly they cannot of the Democratic party. truck patch where are grown enough We are authorized to announce Jacob only duplicate .the prices, giving them melons, small fruits and vegetables to S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N supply several counties; canning factory better goods, but give them a guarantee Madison county, subjept to the action of if the goods are not satisfactory the Democratic party. Lawyers has just been erected this season, room that for dozen more ideal place for Swiss they can bo returned. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Recently a man took an order which colony. Diversity of soil makes wide Building on Second Street The Climax is authorized to announce he made out for 919.05 for groceries to difference in price of lands, recent sales H. 0. Rice as a candidate for County opp. Court House one of the leading groceries of this city1 Judge of Madison county, subject to the $15 to 3150 per acre. Mineral water and asked him if ho could duplicate it! action olT.no democratic party. springs scattered over county have great reputation as health resorts. County He was told that the firm would not The Climax is authorized to announce i well watered with numerous creeks and only duplicate goods, but would fill tliR Judco W. .R. Shackelford as a candl to tho. otllco of order for 910 and deliver the goods at date, for springs, Kentucky river gives nearly 75 , Attobne yat-L- a County Judge of Madison county, submiles of river border, navigable for the man's home, thus saving him tho ject to the action of the Democratic KENTUCKY. 313HM0ND, expenso of a draft, postage, freight and party. steamboats; numerous extensive saw ihce over State Bank & Trust Co., mills located on this border; United drayage. The man came back in a short FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Court House, on Main Street. Stat as Government has completed three time with a draft and mailed it, telling Wo are authorized to announce S. A. locks and dams at cost of about $300,000 tho grocer he did not think ho could D Jones as a candidate for County AtVulcan each. Scores of churches in every part really fill the order. The erocor then torney of Madison county, subject to Harry M Blanton, Democratic party. ol county and educational facilities ex showed the man where he could have the action of the are- - ntithnrlzed to announce R. IT. sold the goods for $18.50 to him and if ' Richmond, county seat, beau DENTIST cellent. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney tiful city of about 7,000 population, situ- everything was not as represented that subject tn the action of the Democratic lELiPjONE 1S8 jnly party. ated on Li. & N. and L. & A. railroads. the goods could be returned and money We are authorized to announce O. P. Needs dozens of manufactories, could be refunded. to Jackson as a candidate for Another man went into a hardware the office of County Attorney of MadI profitably operated by virtue of proximity to timber and coal of eastern Ken store and asked the price of an axe, and son county, subject to tho action of the tinecessor to liarcm & Denny tucky; needs interurban railways to when told it was 31.15 started to walk Democraiic party. to announce Wo aro authorized out, saying he could purchase an axe of Lexinglon, Winchester, Irvine, Berea. Thomas II. Collins as a candidato for Over BUt? Bane & Trust Company TELEPHONE 206 Waco. County has extensive clay de a catalog house for 00a. Tho dealer County Attornoy of Madison coanty, sub told him he would duplicate the price ject to tne action oi tno Democratic posits, sand, cement, lime, building stor.e and indications of phosphate rock, and save the man writing tho letter. party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE lead, fluorspar, zinc, etc: never much He showed him where the draft would We authorized to develop oil and gas; oil cost 10c or money order 8c, postage 2c MIN are EDWARDS, to announce BENJA Dentist effort made a candidate for Su. F. has been running out of ground many and express 25c, thus making the axe nerintendent of Public Schools of Madison Telephon-- j 267 county, subject to the uction ot.the Demo years without supply diminishing. Clay cost him, if ordered from the catalog cratic party. Office in Oldham Buildinsr deposit near Waco more valuable than house, $1.35 and it would take a week Wearetauthorizcd to announce Wm. S. candidate gold mine; great variety of clays cover or ten days to get the axe. Ttio man Brock u Schools of for Superintendent of Madison County, sub Public ing many acres, veins from 3 to 20 feet purchased the axe and took it home. ject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Prof. thick. This clay has taken premium Others who stop and figure will find for SuperBrock a I overall clays in United States wherever they can duplicate auy catalog house at Harvey II.of Public candidato subject to Schools, any of the retail stores and, in fact, al intendent exhibited, receiving award at Philadelthe action of the Democratic party. phia in 1870 and gold medal at World's ways save time and money. The home FOR JAILER T. R. Pennington Fair, St. Louis, 1004; roofing tile made merchant always guarantees the goods We are authorized to announce MORGAN he sells and makes good any defect, and TAYLOR a candidate fos Jailer of Madison from this clay awarded diploma and Dentist. county, subject to the action of the Demo medal same time. These clays have the goods that come from cataloc cratic party OfUco next door to Oovcrnmenl build been manufactured in very small way houses you must take what you get be We are authorized to announce Clyde ng Richmond, Ky. by natives in past seventy-fiv- e years Into cause you pay for them before they are Ratbuiix a candidate for Jailer of Mad subject pottery, brick, sewer pipe, etc. Few shipped. Take your cash to your home ison county, party. to tho action of the Democratic years since two or three drain tile plants merchant and you will save big money We are authorized to announce N! started in small way and were not able and time in the long run. Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for"Jai!er of DENTIST to supply demand after farmers learned Madison county, subject to tho action or Chickens! Chickens!! tho Democratic party. great value of drainage. This clay will Lick, VANISH. We are authorized to announce W. make as fine pressed front brick as can We have a few more Barred Plymouth urown, unuge anu iniay worK a Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, be made in United States; will make the Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale Joo Specialty. The Sensible Overnight Rem best roof tiling, evidenced by recent Now is the time to get your Pullets for subject to the action of the Democratic party. Office in Bank Building. edy for Sensible People, award; sewer pipe, hollow blocks, vitri winter eggs. Our Pullets begin to lay FOR ASSESSOR fied brick, terra cotta and works of art, at five months old. We have Thomp fectly We are authorized to announce GEORGE After you have upset vour stomach in fact anything hat can be made from son strain. NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of with pills, powders and vile nostrums Madison County subject to the action of A. D. and C. D. Milleu, and still retain possession of that terri- clay. Only five or six plants are manu the Democratic party, South Bound. Nuxol ble cold, do what thousands of sensible facturing notary, brick and tiling, 22-t- f We are nutliorized to announce W. F. iXo. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Victor Richmond, Ky Arrives J ARMAN n candidate for Assessor of Madpeople are doing. Do this: where there ought fo be a modern and ison county, subject to the action of the and Departs 12:05 a. m. 3Iid-nigInto a bowl full of boil- The Traveling Salesman. Democratic party ing water pour a scant teasooonf ul of . tensive business; badly need practical We are authorized to announce RUFUS AO. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De i "The Traveling Salesman," James JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of parts a. m. H Made to "special order" only uxuMtti (pronounce it High cover head and bowl with a towel and rooting tile plant and use m) men jn Pprbe?' Jatest comedy success, which Madison county subject to the action of the No. 1. Louisville td Bcattvvillo party. Democratic breatne lor nve Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 Will be $en under the management of oLyie, uu ana material guar healinc vapor as minutes the soothing. II each plant. FOR COUNTY CLERK it arises. Ao. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar A, S, Stern at thp Opera House soon, is anteed, uau ana see samples Then go to bed and awake w ith a Tho Climax is authorized to announce Foley Kidney Pills rives iinoa. m. Departs 12:12 a. m rtlA&r heart in th mnrnlniF HYOMRTl a .eomwJr of pfoaragtpr and 3 flistto R.!B. Terrill as a candidate for tho office ana style books. No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. does not contain opium cocaine or any I always give satisfaction because they guisbed by an abundance of whohssomp of County Clerk of Madison coUnty, Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m narmiui drug, a Dottle of HlOMiSI always do the work. J. T. Shelnut. humor, energetie action, breegy dialogue to thp action of tbo Democratic XT . . ... v uuc jttiaaiBum sarug Bremen. Ga.. says: "I have used Folev party. xuciimonu 10 ixiuisvillo via io. tf T,t and sympathetic toub of human Mrs. A. Moor store and druggists everywhere. Guar Kowiand. Departs 1:00 p. m. We are authorized to announce LaRueC. anteed for catarrh, asthma, croup and Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and emotions, that marked the author's pre? Hous a candidate lor County Clerk fo No. 3. ouisvillo to Boattvvillo 220 Second Street found more relief from their use than vlous offering, "The Chorus Lady." Sauisoti cojiuiy subject to the action Richmond, Ky catarrnai aeainess. Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs party p.m any other kidney medicine; and I've Bob O'Connor will be seen in the role of Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone No. 9. Cincinnati iSTilaysville to "Stan- tried almost all kinds. 1 can cheerfully Bob Blake, the jovial typical "knight FOB CITY ATTOItNfJY and live stock insurance. lord. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs tf recoHiBsend them to all sufferers for of the" road,1' who finds the romanco of Wo are authorized to announce MUR ma p. m. kidney and bladdor trouble.' Foley his life in the Grand Crossing Taxes Due. railroad Jorneyof North Bound Juaney fills will cure any case of kid Your taxes for the year 1911 are now ney or bladder trouble not beyond the station wnore ne nas ocen marooneil of the Democratic nnrtv. Ho. oi. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives Bess my hands for collection. We are authorizod to announce D. II. Come reach oi medicine. No medicine can on a cheerless Christmas day. and Departs 4:10 a. m. Stocktox & Sow, Dunlop will appear in the part ot the CHENAULT a candidato for City At- ao. it), btanrord to in early and avoid the rush, as well as do more. Cincinnati and torney, subject to the action of the Dem ITaysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. saving the penalty, by prompt payment. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone sympathetic operator and ticket agent, ocratic party. departs 0:35 a. m. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. and live stock. tf who stares her meagre Christmas lunch FOR POLICE JUDGE with the perssasive stranger and pre- No, 2. Beattyvlllo to Louisvillo to Never Tasted A Drop of SMtly finds her heart enmeshed in the We are authorizedT .. .1 announce J. B. Arrives 7:15 a. m. Departs 720 Admtratator's Noike. . ! Tl - l t T)l ! tendrils of his love. These represeat All persons haviag eteiiss against the tlU Liquor. 10. MS. ijoulsvillo to Richmond via as nave ever party. nowianu. Arriyes 12:05 p. m. estate of W. B. Tatess, dcMd, are' iwo appearing The following from the Progress, of been een In ancuaraciers play. American requested to file same properly proven The I We are authorized to announce W. It, rto. ja. KnoxVllIe to Cincinnati. Ar. Pnion, S. 0., will be of interest here nrs--t act is an absorbing characterization keeds lor .Police Judge of Richmond, rives i:w p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m as required by law, on or before Karch whjere Captain Jones was long a resident of dally occurrences In a typical 1912, or same will be barred. "tank" I subJect to tho action of the Democratic AO. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive Those and where many of his relatives bow town almost anywhere within the juris- - party. a:w p. m. knowing themselves indebted to the X reside. Captain Jones was kid to rest dKtiOB The Climax is authorized to announce No. 4. Beattyville toLouisvillo of the United States. estate are uiwd to call and settle same ia the Richmond Cemetery two weeks Superintendent John Noland as a canArrives l:35p. m. Dopartsl:-i0p.at once. didate for the office ot Polico Judge of H0' To Sue Officials. W. E. Tatbk, Administrator, No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar the City of Richmond, subjoct to the acThere is one fact about the life ef Karch 1, 1912. Silver Casak. Ky. rives anu Departs 1:51 p, m. Suit will 1m filed by tha Attorsay tion of the Democratic party. uaftam niuias jMtmett Jones, wm a n if KtKiA uu b lK.t thnu o a oi, OI, M, 23, IB ar Here Is a Remedy That few days ago pwd itway in tbk Uv. uauy trams. eewsty naay aowtis in the HUPS T OAUK. a's 71, 1. 3, 0r 10. 2, 7e UBU1, and w well for fIMa SI-i- n &rvt ralr. . I tMt W' aaiiyiixcopt Sunday. who hvi baas leMd delinquent. to kaow. It DANDRUFF aod who have mti MUld with tlia AlteCttOtlS. ,of that durja bis Joe yew, KcKenzi R. Todd, State In AND W CAX7B0VE IT. j tad though be rsfrsd aad Perry Guarantees Parisian lpawr ana Mix mutr, nas round 1,v 1CecU-- kr ta w The Parry Drug Store f eowsty ofltokJa daUoqMant, and has so to every n mw swsee ee h mtm, weeaaa er ettlM wfco imbmm mi mmimem, Sage for Dandruff and Will buy or jselhour bouse, Iraaa time to raaaHad to Vb Ms m lrrKtad, tender, iaflaased, Itch- - tonohd a deaf f liaitor. AM Failing Hair 8o of Dm oAoiab have set. er WUAUe. ymi aeed net psfteps nor r iirfcabto, nor of hi Mr mua farm town lota' atfr thing is Tiny mmnxr day. "We uve a re-tied, bU have "noi, and "their Think it over, daar if PARIS- - else m the Keal Estate line k ski wsMkWMiea that acts in- - fra brothers wwdirfip. Th ha.a baas plaaed ia mm hands of llViiinv .i.. invigoratiaf all wtU brine 7M swift end I It is Dollar Any business intrusted to uta 0. 3.40 and Daily Louisville Herald .25 and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 50 and Weekly Commoner The above are only a few. We are prepare to Club with any Newspaper or Magazine pub1 Better Dairies. Realizing the need of the South for more and better dairies and the large profits which can be made in thai favorable region by dairymen who will fill the greattdemand of the cities for dairy products. President Pinley, of the Southern Railway Company, following the custom of that company in furthering in every way the erowth and devel opment of its territory, has equipped a Special Dairy Car, which, beginning February 1, 1912, will he run over the length and breadth of that great system, spreading the doctrine of more and better cows, and, by means of lectures, demonstrations and exhibits, doing everything possible to develop and im prove the dairy industry along its lines in the Southeastern States. This Dairy Special will be under the direct supervision of Ds. 0. M. Morgan, of Washington City, the Southern Hall way's Dairy Agent. Dr. Morgan will be assisted by two regular dairymen in conducting the work, and from lime to time the car will be occupied by dairy experts from the United States Department of Agriculture, the State Boards of Agriculture and from the Agricultural Stations of the various States along the Southern Railway, the plan being to of all have the utmost forces for the campaign which will in evitably result in larger profits and increased prosperity for Southern dairy men through a better knowledge of their especial problems and how to meet them. The Dairy Special is fitted up with a complete .farm dairy, every piece of mechinery and apparatus necessary to the economical production of milk, cream and butter having been installed under the direction ot Dr. Morgan. There will be a separator, churns, testers, sterilizer, Pasteurizing apparatus and exhibits of various kinds of improved machinery for dairying. On the walls of the car will be charts and large views dealing with dairy subjects, showing the fundamental principles of breeding dairy types, feeding animals, the caro of dairy cattle and pictures of famous animals in the dairy world. No feature has been omitted for instruction in better dairying. The Dairy Special will also have stereopticon lectuers at the various stops by Dr. Morgan and the other experts who will accompany the car. Free testing of milk brought to the Dairy Special will be another feature of the work, by means of which practical ad vise based on actual conditions can be given each man. Cows will be exam ined and reported on and instructions as to their caro given. Advance schedules of the stops will be prepared and full advertisement given the train in the towns at which lectures and demonstrations are to take place. The press along the route will be kept informed in advance and all possible publicity secured for the benefit of the dairymen. It is expected that large crowds will be present at these stops and everything is being done to give thorough attention to every detail of the work. Every man interested in dairying in any way should by all means be present at these free lectures and demonstrations, to listen to the talks, to see the improved machinery and labocsaving devices and to secure advice on any problem connected with the dairy in d us try. Get our prices before unlees It wee liwma-ttataeamellaa with. But Bear Astalral Kemp, In Mwwind ef the American sejwaulrett, refinta1 to Jain in the anwn4, an the round that ha waa net auchar. Izea ta Initiate any act af war with a nation with which Ma ceuntry waa at peas. Hla ha alalmae), aMd net permit htm ta eowwnK an evert act ef war The ether arfwea ana Ineletea", but ha steadfastly reftwea". it la a part af an admiral's bvetaee to fifht, and It wee na rfeufet a treat temptatlen ia Jain In the bombardment. Had ha yielded, he prekafcly wsuid have been sustained by pwbtle eptnlen at heme. But h had the mera! courage te'atana by hie senses tlon ef his duty under Ma ly eam-manee- re thm ord Are the largest er buyers of cattle, hogs, sheep, Iambs, and calves at the Cin For Sale. Union Stock Yards. A four cylinder, 18 horse power, five cinnati passenger, air cooled Franklin automo- Consign your stock to them bile, in good running condition, tires and receive the highest market cheap. Adas good as new. Will sell dress Box 025, Winchester, Ky. 27 Gt. Distance Gibson Main g Telephone 83 Richmond, Ky prices Office For Rent. Ofllco equipped with water and heat Pos- W. S. Norris. in our building on Second street. session given January 1st, 1012. 24-t- f TO INSURE YOUR. HOUSE WITH Docglas & Simmons. Real Estate in Northeast Arkansas. New Tailoring Shof . D. R. TI rreetnan J..B. Stouifer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made Qer. to order made at home by experiened Tailors. liOOO samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by Tailors. George" Marischen, Cutter . Climax Printing Co. H. e. DOTY, Also large line of ready made ClotHing-,Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. Rural Telephones USTOUFFEE - j 222 West Man Street. 31-3- Two of Our Leaders J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, moi-ohan- ts The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Repairs BLACK POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS To get good results in shotgun shooting, is necessary to have a load that makes an it even pattern, gives good penetrations and is reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. The next time you buy, insist upon having them. THE RED W BRAND , te ' " R. Emmett Million DENTIST Robt. Dr C Boggs Killing Two Birds with One Stone" in the business office means using the Douglas, Simmons k Deatbage he Second Street Hardware Store Corsets Coats S'nits fitted and Coats Remington I Adding and Subtracting Typewriter: (Wahl Adding Mechanism) - H. L PATRICK COLDS Paint Kentucky Reduces writing and adding or subtracting to one operation. Gossard Corsets Per -- L. & N. Time Table and Suits Combines all the usefulness of the Remington Typewriter with the convenience of the adding machine. three-qearte- rs "" 0:-l- Unequalled for all work, where both writing and adding are done on the same sReet no matter how many the amount columns. . ' sub-jpc- j- Visible Writing Visible Addim J. cs 75 Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated J 34 South 4th Avenue Louisville, Ky UNITE STRAHDS 8-- tf . a-- OF toh. I Kfinir FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point, which yoa should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied tho material from. which.'Bggs are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds ip her feed, and unless she i, givea the proper TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGOS. -- Wl yowj)aoarona i, SH oiak L w"e, 9lt. CURt iui James & Htinky of the Strands that Make The Great srer rbti tin. fleynf The People's iUf MMMS Slid IIHlifrlllSM Iflll ' foroa aoUaeioa. -- aoroey Ueerai i... Poultry Remedy oarrf within iulf avry iaediaat netMHry foe the ProtJoction ofPura. Rick d Wholwoma Bggs, U is not only an Egg Praioar, but a TOJfKJ which acU quickly upon Tary CHICKBNS HEALTHY and: prodtfolnf a rapid g MwUjUf Um fowl. Amarioa and in Etchmood by Dm Store. are me van I noathi that ha Mad In this itv iuna oi aaia or aaajBihi. t n.i i. Tfey araaold br ooa teacUwl . T. .. T. of V drtiggiat ta .vary city or town ui I oduul ,D1 will aotudkr aaotCMr Miaaat aad wttl aoon a a cura in sitht. U IwsruKwUBMjr.iMtM ItWs id tmliwu. who tat thm w ran i.Ih. tfc Parry I oesaiiur genaration to take laaul abstauuwM." ot it sums, from ornx store aaa ar AKiijtAW SAUK lUa hah-- rrowar thaaa dalinqoMtaWatT 0cia!hi. .w ad aoab cleaner in all rfco. Mr Dot Ml fianiida: WllliaMV. Eioci's ioe eraaas la dalininn d W- skjod far Ulks about tt. Any flavor maeLi. wAuSIASAGH Bsslrill tterlsotB000dRe to " " www tb Btaja! Wit, i eeaii hmir n1?ny f aruju oaca; kWav mm at, him wilk W protlyr &ad wiLk icsanciuttr uibbuhi. ia noa , MU- - U IrSt Lll Km V.' We represent iron bound Insurance Companies re-- Tw- - uiwu, Jiia. men?er thi. RICHMOND BRIJO X.