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"TV- - THE RICHMOND V 38th YEAR - 'i ' RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1912 L CLIMAX' - I 9 3 , I I - jfc NUMBER 32 One of These Days. For Best "Kanawha Salt" S ee Sayl Lot's forgot it! Let's put it aside. Life is so short anH the w orld is so wido. Days arc so short and thero's so much to do. What if it was false, thero's so much that's truol Say! Let's forget It. Brush it away Now jind forever so what do you say? All the bitter words said, shall be praise One of those days.- Say! Let's forgot! Let's wipo off the slate, Find something higher to cherish than hate, There's so much good in tho world that we've had. Let's strike a ba'ance and cross oil the bad.- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Lot's sproad some shade that's refreshing and deep, Where some tired traveler may Ho down and sleep. Sayl Let's not tarryl Let's do It right ROYAL A law isTMwm forco in Illinois allowing the cowRlejfLto pay pensions to ipod Law. for the support of their children, at the lute of S10 a month for each child. It is beliovcd that this will be better and no more costly than the old practice of having poor children taken care of by strangers at public expense. 1 THE STEARNS (MME OH EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) Average Eggs Per ?Hen. While It is not possible to stato the exact average production of eggs per hen in one yoar it is conservatively estimated in the United States to be about seventy. By improved methods of breeding, feeding and selection birds have been found with actual individual records of 200 to 257 eggs per year. Only one has been found at Cornell that laid as high as 257 eggs in a year, but this one example of the degree of perfection to which the breeders art has attained is valuable for the pace it sets for others to follow and surpass. The net profit obtained from the sale of these 257 eggs amounted to 35.00. The Christian Herald. An opportunity is now afforded you to save ten per cent, on your grocories. These reductions are made in order to convert ourgpods into caih. 30-t- f . MATTRESS SHOWS YOU a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlKSlBETHE L. R. Blaiiton Telephone 85 V Turns Cattle, Horses, Hcgs y Sayl Let's forget Itl Whatever it be; Let's not be slaves when we ought to be free, We shall be walking in sunshiny ways One of these days. Say! Let's not mind it. Lot's smilo it away! Bring not a withered rose from yesterday; Flowers are so fresh by the wayside and Sorrows and blessings, but half Sayl Let's not mind it, however, it seems; Hope is so sweet and holds so many dreams; All of tho soro fields with blossoms shall blazo One of those days; Say! Let's not take it so sorely to heart. llates may be friendships just drifted apart; Failure be genius not quite understood; We could all help folks so much if wo wood. VVHAWlIIDoWONft Convicts To Be Released So They Can Work For look AMD The Counties. REAHmlSipi m&SmSSamSm, TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL MATTRESS YOU GET i If M now! Two thousand convicts are to bo turnSo much to do, if we just find out how. We may not bo hero to help folks or ed loose in Texas under .an honor plan praise worked out by Governor Colquitt. Five One of those days. hundred will be given thoir freedom at Exchange. McCreary For President anda Like a St one Wall Is Practically IndestructiMt I :zrzzp:zzzrr'y "Rtiv 1 13 vnnr mxr frr.r for var In mm let the bi. hpnw wir ihr b npc )Hnt. tlie pood fralvaniz'r.g. the exactly proportioned quality of stcrl B 1 tv .s not too hard nor too fm. v K O W c can show you this fnce in ur stork and explain its merits and p riority, not only ta the roll but is the ;ld. Come and see us and get our prices. -- Afi FENCE "For President, Gov. James B. Mct, Creary, of Kentucky; for Gov, Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey," is tho tickot flung at masthead of tho Trenton Progress, owned and edited by Col. Loving W. Gainos, one of the in the Kentucky newspaper profession. Copies of the paper booming would! Say! Let's get closer to somebody's side, tho "ilcCroary and Wilson" tickot for bee what his dreams are and know how theDemocratic presidential nomination Col. have been received in Frankfort. he tried; Learn if your scoldings won't give way Gaines is a strong admirer of Gov. Mcto praise Creary, and believes no place is too exOne of these days. alted forthe present Chief Magistrate of Say! Let's not wither! Let's branch Kentucky to fill. out and riso Out of the byways and nearer the skies; old-time- rs onco( and if tho plan proves a success 1,500 more prisoners will be released. Tho men will bo hired out to the coun ties at 50 cents a day and will bo allowed 1 Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanltargfi;, noLnljJ. 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 cotton or cotton improperly handled. poor Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted info htii dreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Sanding neatly 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 juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect wbxa-tio- n. one-sixth Mi. INCUBATORS For the benefit of those who are engaged, in the poultry business, which has grown to such enormous proportions in the past few years, we desire to announce that we will handle Remember that photo she gave you at Xmas it is up to you ) 10 -- 12 a. m. Open SHBdaysf 2- - 4 p. m. now The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators and Brooders together with poultry applianses of every description. Before making a purchase of an Incubator or any of the accessories, call and get my prices. If you are not familiar with Incubators, call and get literature and post yourself on this simple way of hatching chickens D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. - McCAUGHEY Telephone 33 to work as- - free laborers and without guards or manacles. Extremo penalties are provided for any convicts who violate tho trust, and he will have to sorvo the balanco ofliis.term and an ex tension of time if he leaves thd state or commits any crime,while on parole. It is proposed that oneialf of the convict's wages bo paid to Ms family and tho other half to thest.ire'penitentiary fund. There is a demand for sevoral thousand laborers for work Jon - the roads and bridges for which the different counties cannot afford to pay the cost of free labor. The Governor says few prisoners When in Critical Mood. will abuse tho privilcgo and escape. The punishment for anyone violating the ' The Dover News wisely suggests: "When you feel like criticising your trust has been proscribed by a vote of local paper stop long enough to remem- tha convicts, which the Governor and ber that while it is not an Enquirer or a Prison Board have approved. Courier-Journit is filling its place a Do It Other Boys-Ca- n placo that the other papers cannot fill and that you are not running a John I. V. Hooper, a l&year-ol- d boy, was Wanamaker department store or an awarded tho prize ay the Kentucky Elmendorf farm, either. You are sim- Corn Show, held at JLexington, for raisply filling your little niche just as the ing the greatest nuihber of bushels of local paper is filling its littles niche and corn per acre. Thfc. prize was a $50 silyou would nover be heard of but for the ver pitcher given by tho Lexington Comlocal paper. mercial Club. Young Hooper live'sftiear Morganfield, in Union county. Hd isa Our Chances. member of tho Boys' Corn Club and, According to statistics recently pub- brought Jthe County Superintendent's: lished cancer is becoming fatally pre- record, duly substantiated, that he, valent in Kentucky. It is estimated raised 145 bushols on ono acre. This is that one out of every twelve women and equivalent to C twenty-nin- e barrels. one out of every seventeen men in the Counting his corn at C5c a barrel ho slate, who reached the age of 35 years, cleared $00.51 abovo all expenses. This will die of the disease. is tho best showing; over made in Kentucky, twelve or fifteenbarrols being an For SaleV v average yieiu cjru uiuo grass . I have for sale a snlflmlfiftorsn and land. jack that I will sell; worth thoioney; Vote for R. B. Tcrrill for or will sell either of them and farm the to tha office of Coonlyjpourt Clerk. Ho othenone. Come and soe or address will apprccialo an endorsement of his' N. G. Todd, present administration? 31-tf. Brassfleld, Ky. al -- CbVIXOTOS-THORP- E Co. m A Splendid Showing. Tho financial report of Rlohmond, after all debts have been paid, leaves a balanco in the treasury of $15,000 Thero are few better towns in Kentucky than the capital of Madison county, and while a difference of opinion may arise between tho citizens, yet after the battle is over and the smoke has cleared away every mother's son of them get together and pall for a better Richmond Jessamine News. ' Assessor Chosen. Henry Scrivner was chosen as City Assessor for a term of two years at a special session of the City Council Thursday night. He. is painstaking, conscientious and thoroughly reliable, and the choico of the Council will meet with the approbation of their constit uents. Winchester Democrat. Mr. Scrivner is a son of Morton Scrivner, of this city, and formerly a resi He has manydent of Richmond. friends here who congratulate him upon his election to the office of As- -, sessor of Winchester. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, du&proof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style Ar $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you get the beit Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly tkew them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. tst ucv. The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and free from disease. An Established Fact Tho People's Poultry Remedy contain every ingredient nocessary for tho production of 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Druq Co. Old corn $4.25 per bbl. by the load. A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Matties 4" . Undertaking a Specialty OLDHAM & LACKEY 88?3SS., VT. t S. O. R. mL. O. 3t X" Send your order to Arnold & Simmons. tf ! hustling rash Store Xle $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for 20.00 Suits and Coats for 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Coats for 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coats for Children's Coats, worth'from 125 to 8.50, 'Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for the-quality- Remnants and Odds and Ends :: All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men's and Boys Clothin; and Ladies' Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced Prices - Reduced Prices on All Winter Goods - I- -' for $15:00 12:50 10.50 7.95 $20.00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for - 75c to4.50 T than ever known r. , . 15.00 and 17.50 Suits and Overcoats for 100: r 8.50 12.50 Suits, and Overcoats for -5Q 10.00 Suits and Overcoats for 6:75 10.00 Cordurov Suits for Boys' Suits and Overcoajts at equally lowprices Men's Odd Pants from 75c up . for men with more goods in them than Big E Nuff every day Shirts you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c -. . -- , i 1 X As is our custom, we will offer high class merchandiae at a pricc advertised we will not ask you close out alljodds lots and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If not-- 4s toiuy. These prices continue as long as advertised. We are anxious to serve you 'to the mutual interest of both 1 i bEtbi H " '1 '" " m H "b. ' tA bV w ' Bfl Hi " ' ' H B H 1 bT B M bWbbw - JbBu i 4 BBBBBBBfH iBtAlBM , . . . . - fesfe--- - I- ,- .fi-Bs- ., . ....s'?tcTt&- BslBBlBtBl - ' igSiitrli TT'BBf W BOY5' CQRN CLUB Our Story in a Nutl ' Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as yre constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of It- A. -- m.T wr MTrz-ar- v S12.50 Couch aflaaaaaW Monday, February ATTEBERY &COOK Present the Well XnownWestern Comedy Drama Two Hundreds Boys in Madison County To Grow An 51 Acre of Corn This Summer. Great intorest manifested among tho boys. Owing to examinations held at could be '; the Normal lastweok, no work by done In gathering members but the following list shows tile work of week before last: Prof-Smith, Only $10.00 Upholstered in Chase Leather over a construction of oil tempered steel springs, beautiful golden frame. It is impossible in a picture to gjye you a clear idea of the exceptional values we are offering just now in our entire line of "Tht feBH'" J Girl of s Eagle Ranch" aaaflaTWL 119aalBlBlBlBV Ono of the Tailored and Fancy Waists alaKliaalalaBlaHaWalaaC. Western Dramas Ever Written. Endorsed and Commended by the Most Conservative.Critics." An Amer-- ' . ran Play for the American People. - Best and Most Roilislic - BslHHK 1 W" aaaaaaaaaH "BflF$H aUaaialaalalalalalalalalalalal . SEE v IS Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists laviBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHB TheTlirilling.Olimaxes. The Powerful Dramatic Situations Tlio Itealislic Scenic Effocts. . New and Novol Specialties Between the Acts New Scenery New Costumes. Frann Hendr x 3. Herbert Perkins - Charlie Uhodus 4i5. - Sherman Ledford 4 . G. "Elmer Loomis V 1. , Gilbert Howard 8. Arthur Manin 0. Chester Martin . JO. Oscar Sintford . 11, Hobar' Howard 12v Marcus Phelps 13. Thomas Phelps 14. David Phelps '15. Richa d Jctt " 1. "Earl UoTTorts 2, -- and factories and us show you Its easier to show you than to tell you. will 1 Furniture.) Carpets and Stoves BOILING DOWN PRICES 10 17. IS- Jeptha Jett A REAL COWBOY BAND 19. - Ncai Thompson Harry Hanger ::::::::::: .rH We buy direct from the mills you 0 to 20 per cent on cash purchases. Let save V Will Make Their Novel and Pscturesque Parade at Noon Admission, 50c, 35c, 25c Reserved Scats Now on Sale at Wines'. Drug Store. .20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 2G. BaaW- last week, add are with their auut, Mrs, 29. FRIDAY NIGHT, FEB'Y J. C. George, on Main street. 30. Call and see us as we are now ready to 31. The following notice from the Laketake care of you on all Fall and Winter 32. THERE WITH THE LAUGHS land (Florida) Telegram will be of in33. terest hero where Mr. and Mrs. J. Sam "Bob Blake" Goods 300, COUNT 'EM 31. ILigan formerly resided: 35. "A crowd of young peoplo went out to A. S. 30. the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Hagnn 37. on Lako Hollingsworth Saturday eve33. ning, where they were the guests of tho 39. NevilloWlll son of the household, Mr. Sam Hagan, 40. R. F. Simmons With Robert O. Connor who celebrated his birthday by en 41. John Park his friends in truo Kentucky 42. Melvin Ramsey CbOfUS Lddy style. Through the courtesy of the host JAMES FORBES Author of 43. Russell Edwards and bis friend, Th mas Holbrook, the 44. Elmer Mooro "This Comedy will make the whole land laugh" Sat. Evening Host young folKs were transported to the Iin-ga-n '45. 2rM. Boon Births and Deaths in Rich- One Year in New York Six Months in Chicago Four Months in B ston homo in teams, and :he ride to thU There aro eight prizes to be given in lovoly coun'.ry home was most enjoyable. mond During 191 1. Prices 50c to 5 1 5eats at Wines' Drug Store And let 1912 mark the beginning; of your fortune and a new life? Arrived at the Hagan home, tho young gold us follows: The following Births were reported fo ks were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. HaFor tho greatest yield of .corn per aero wqksut it Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the miBia not 101 white babies: 57 males and 44 femgan and wore soon at their ease in tho First prize, $25; and second prize, 15. 13 cozy parlor, which had been prettily ar Turkeys For Sale. ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to CLIMAX PRINTING CO ales; 39 colored babies, 20 males and THE For tho best ten ears of corn First females. ranged with cut flowers and other deI have a few nice Mammoth Bronze Several in- prize, $10; and second pr'ze, $5. corations for the occasion. following Deaths were reported turkey gobblers for sale. perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experi(Incorporated.) The AND For tho best one ear of corn First teresting games were played, some of 63 white persons: 37 males and 20 fem Mas. Tnos. Baldwin It. ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you which required considerable skill. Just prize, 310; and second prize. $5. ales; 52 colored persons, 25 males and 27 Pres. and Mgr. lemales. A. D. MUler before the time for departurc.tho guests For the best crop record First prize, & jf-Cheap Alfalfa and Stock get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come were invited to the pretty diniDg-rooSec'y-Trea- s. $10; and second prize. $5. W. G. White There were 9 deaths from tuber Lands. where delicious pine-appsherbet and ' in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber culosis among white people, being about These prizes havo been promised by Items of iAlereat RrtfardlnA Home- cake were sorved. A lovely birthday business men and citizens of Richmond Sell your 8100 lands, and buy in the 14 per cent: and 14 among colored peo folk and Others, cake graced the cooler ot tho dining and vicinity. that go into a building jfi Korruccr mss assocutor jt. & This Black Prairie Belt of Northeast Missisple, being about 27 per cent. & All boys of school age table." wlP desire an opportunity to become a shows that about 20 per cent of the sippi, the world's greatest alfalfa and Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc deaths in our city last year were due to stock field, r ull information upon re "May every soul that touches mine Muoh intorest centers in the ap- membor of tho club and grow an acre of niBUSHlKS LEAGUE. EIGHTH DtSTRICT quest. tuberculosis. Be it the sliglito t contact, get there- - proaching marriage of Dr. Hugh R. corn are requested to send In their KEALTT CO. Some parents failed to report the It will not only give Gibson, of thU city, and Miss Bernice names at once. irom TEAB names of their babies born last year. ENTICE PER co Hotel Gilmt r. Some llttte somo good, fl.00 Orr, of Big Stouo Gap, Va., which will you a chanco to win all these prizcs.but. grace, one.ktndly thought. -Columbus, Miss One Will ask those residing in Richmond, IX ADTXKCT aspiration yet unfclt, one bit of be quietly celebrated on February 8 at if you grow moro corn on one acre than bnde-to-b- o Chenault. White IlalL Red House. Kav parents, you have ever grown before, you will the homo of the courage Tobacco Sales. Ccrner Orchard and Main-s- t Phone 100 to please get the full benefit of all the corn you Richmond, Kentucky Dr. and Mrs U. b Orr. Dr. Oibson WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31 - - - 1912 anapgh and Duncannon, their own writo The following tobacco sales were re For the darkening sky, one gleam of too well known to our readers to need grow. There will be nothing to lose on their baby's name and faith ported by the Madison Tobacco Ware postal and mall to an introduction, having located In our and everything to gain, hence we hope To brave the thickening ills of life, house: Joe Schafhausex, One glimpse of brighter skies beyond midst when a yonng physician, since every boy in the county who can grow P ob Lie opinion here upon the passage Griggs & Hickum, crop of 4,000 Registrar V. S., which time he has attained wide prom an acre of corn, will send in his namo ine garnering mis of the County Unit Law may be caused Richmond, Ey. pounds, averaco 810.33 per cut. inence as a surgeon and physician to Prof. Smith or Supc. Noland. Accidents will happen, but the best To make this life worlh while. Coy & CampqelL crop ot 4,200 pounds. by the consensus of opinions expressed With his brothers. Drs. W. M. and regulated families keep Dr. Thomas And Heaven a surer average 5l4.au per cwt. Bird Glbsen, ho has a most lucrative comprisElected Vice President' here by a group of gentlemen EclectiaOil for such emergencies. It Painful Accident Smith & Agee, crop of 3,945 pound practice. His gentlemanly bearing and At tho annual business meetiDg of subdues the pain and heals hurts, ing financiers, bankers, techers,editors average elu.40 per cwt. Mr. W. E. Luton spent last week in polished manners have' end eared him to the Lexington Credit Men's AssociaOn Monday Mrs- Schaffer, wife of the Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin- We have bad experience with are- - Cynthiana. and business men, heard to express proprietor of the Richmond Steam Laun bales at the Farmers Tobacco is a hos' of friends His bride-to-b- o irouDies aro caused by myriads or 3 Money for Teachers. tion, at Lexington last week, Mr. M. C. eerms at work In the skin. Unless never seenfor skin trouble but har. They., agreed that dry, met with an accident to her right house were: themselves girl of the blunde type and Kellogg, of this city, w elected vice such remarkable cures bcautifnl Mr. James A. Wallace, of Irvine, v theso germs are promptly destroyed those from D. D. D. Prescription. InCovington & Cruze. 1,855 pounds, at Checks for county school teachers comes from a distinguished Southern preside it o" state-wid- e prohibition was unnecessary arm. The arm was not broken but 19c they rapidly multiply, gnawing their n. association for tho en- were mailed out Thursday by State in the city Friday. way deep Into the sensitive tissue. stant relief from the very first family. Tho happy couple will go to suing yoar. fio The wound was W. H. Kanatzer, 1,330 pounds, at 20c and undesirable, provided the liquor severely bruised. Treasurer Thomas Rhea, the total This is what causes that awful itch, We are so confident that D. I. V Mrs. Jno. II. Rutledge is visiting rela housekeeping m tho Crutcuer property Mrs. Schaffer is doing well dressed people ceased to connive at the violation and willand at and what seemed a. tnere rash will reach your caso that It will cos", amount being S445.0CS.14. This is the on West Main street, which the groom be tives in ciarK county. her post of duty within may grow worse and develop into a you nothing If the very Srst full sizy Messrs. Peters & Way Down. fifth payment that has been mado to e of the laws or to annul! them by inter- day or two. The accident in no way in their interest in the Turner have sold recently purchased and is havin loathsome and torturing skin disease bottle falls to make good every clM-rbowling alley, on Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Lackey have re remodeled and beautifully furnished the county teachers, one more remain with its years of misery. In the terferes with the work of the laundry. Irvine street, to William Hackotu fering in their enforcement. Covington & Banks havo marked If you have skin trouble of an." turned from a visit to Chicago, HI. Don't tafco any chances! Destroy the advise you to " joins in with hosts of other down prices in order to dispose of thoir ing. TnK Climax germs at the beginning of the trouble Vind. we certainly the merits of Tdr" latter event, these gentlemen predicted It is hustling for business as usual. In and investigate everything good for immense stock of fall and winter goods. Miss Virgil Bowman, of Big Stone friends in wishing with that soothing and cleanstncr wash, D. anyway. "We know that D. D. D. Miss Reid end Her Book. state-wid- e prohibition of the inevitable the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. Gap, is the guest of Miss Janio George, mem in tneir new relations. Land Rented. Now ia the time to purchuso a suit, or Miss Ethel Reid. of Frankfort, is vis A 25c bottle will prove tola, to you. will help you. Accident manufacture and sale of liquor in KenKen overcoat or gents furnishing at greatly As guardian of Willie and Marcus Ir Virginia, tho mother State, and Mrs. Ann Kobinson, ot Louisville, is iting the family of rroi. and Mrs. J. II tucky. reduced prices. Read their advertise- vine, Clay Hodgkin rented publicly Mon Friends here have learned of an acci Johnson at Memorial Uall. bhe was visiting the family bf Mr. John B. tucky. tier daughter. Joined band More than ordinary interest attaches dent to Robert Park, of this county, son formerly private secretary to President Parkes. day, eighty-liv- e when Miss Katherine Coleman Hart, of ment in this issue ot Tub Climax. acres of land near Jack of Judge W. W. Park. Young Park was Roark of the formal and now holds Richmond, Va.. became t e bride of son's Ferry, in Madison county, to Mrs. to the foregoing unsolicited views, over-heir- d Edmond Hume, of Louisville, was Buggies At Auction. in Chattanooga working for a telephone responsible position in the office of Mr. Thomas D. Chonault, of this city. Bettio Irvine for $521.50. Eighty-fiv- o by Toe Climax. Richmond, the company. Saturday guest last week of relatives and friends i he wedding was celebrated on Tues afternoon he at Elsewhere in this Issue of TnE Climax oarrois oi corn sola lor S2.au per barrel. home of Gov. McCreary, has passed tempted to board a moving train. It is Superintendent of Public Instruction at in tho city. 23, at the home day evening, January Frankfort, Miss Ueid is author and will bo found Mr. anu imi phocks oi loader at lOo per through the experimental stage of no not known here just bow the accident compiler of 'Kentucky Arbor and Bird Miss Mattie Pigg has returned from a of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Estes the advertisement of salo buggies at auction. shock. vvinctiester Democrat. occured. One eye is supposed to be gone Day," a book which has bad an immense visit to her aunt, Mrs. D. T. Wilkerson John Hart, and was a society event of Read what he hasofto say saloons for five years and progress l especially tho much interest. Thd bride s sister,- - Mrs, coupon everywhere apparent. Crime has been and bis right arm was fractured and circulation, being now in its third edt in Lexington. Popular Conductor Recovers. Mr. bad to be amputated at the shoulder. tion. It is a book that Kentuckians are T. H. Leary, Jr., was matron of known feature. man ofEstes is a well Newby, this business Mrs. Carrie Davidson has returned to honor. Mrs Chenault is reduced to a minimum, and peace and Grave fears are entertained as to the proud of Conductor Phil Price, ono of the a neice of and every lover of nature en and his high character is suf- popular officials on tho L. & N , most prosperity reign. Four additions to the young man's life. His father, Judge joys. In looking through it ono is re Lancaster, after a visit to her daughter. Mrs. A. K. McCowji and visited here county, guaranteo who ficient who that last summer. She is an attractive, bru attends this sale will getevery one deal underwent an operation in this city city, with an increased property valua i'aric being too leeble to go, tne young minded of the tbouitnt as expressd square a several weeKS ago in an enort to secure and Miss Hattie Gourler, of Lexington, nette and possesses a voice of much tion of over one million dollars; largely man s mothermm. brother left Sunday by bmerson that there is notning so relief from the effects of an injury ho to iook alter great as the inezhaustable wealth of camo Wednesday night to visit her sis sweetness. She will bo a welcome ad Rink, First , Against The S. N. increased bank deposits; school enroll sustained by being shot in the head ter, Mrs. W. E. Luxon. dition to Richmond socioty in which nature, for "Nature is tho art of God, ment in all schools of the city increased several years ago. was here last week. s family has figured prom The Court of Appeals has overruled Visit From Legislature. Mrs. Sallie Neff has returned to her her husband many years. inently one thousand; old city debts paid off; The happy the petitiou for rehearing in the noted Mr. Price has fully reeovored from the home in Covington after a pleasant visit groom is descended from a long line of merger appeal of the L. & N. railroad operation, which will ;bo gratifying news Ar 0:45 tomorrow (Thursday) evening additions to both white and colored . l. : . held 10 ner son, Mr. j. Coleman Nelf and ditmguisshed ancestots and is himself company The Teachers Meeting iu uia thirty to thirty-fiv- e members of the next Monday night at 7 will bo with lamiiy. against the Commonwealth joiningMusi ui irienus ia jiiauisonanu ad schools by voting bonds; city partially o clock counties. a truo born gentleman and one of our the Kentucky Legislature are expected to Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Barnes having court decided last at the par sewered; and not a vacant building Mrs. Emil Lohrisch is visitlnir her county's most influential young farm year that the Louisville and Nashville be in the city for the purpose of visiting sonage. daughter, Mrs. Mane Kuhn. in Louis ers. Many good wishes are extended had. no right to buy or take over the Tobacco Sells For 40 cents the city. The rate $ 1.25, and $12,000.00 and inspecting the Eastern Normal The itev. uenry t: Keitch preparatory to making their report to cepted a call from Hoopeston.111.,has ac ville this week. Mrs. Kuhn is slightly Among those, from here who attended hiftnkfort and Cincinnati railroad ex in City Treasury January 1, 1912. to the iiiuisposea. Per Pound. were: Mrs. T. D. Chenault. Sr.. th tending from Frankfort to Paris, be tne Assembly. Upon Presen'aftm of this Cerapen, prop If any belter evidence of the blessings met ueneral station withThey will be Berea and Glades churches, and is ai groom's mother; Mr. and Mrs. A. K". The Winchester Democrat says:,. at the automobiles ready at work. Messrs. Allen Zaring and M. O. TTnl. McCown. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Che- cause it is a competing line. Undcnthe filled out? a Credit of 31 will be of a dry town are needed, then ask any and driven to Sullivan Hall, where "Winchester Looso Leaf Houses have The Ladies' circle meets Thursday Iogg attended the annual meeting of the nnult and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson P. Gay, decision mo u. cc anu win nave to give allowed on every purchase. Out this Coupon out and put it in of the merchants or bankers, editors or banquet will be tendered them. After up inu ownersnip control ot tne h the honor of getting the highest price afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of iexingion credit Men's Association in of Win hester. your pockot. It will bo worth a dollar to some one. Why not to YOU &0. An appeal to tho United States this so?son in the state for a basket of mechanics, white or black, and if any the banqet a reception will be held in Mrs. R. C. Stockton on Lancaster Ave mat city last week. Sullivan Hall and after that a grand A full attendance supreme Court may be taken. tobaccn, two baskets of choice leaf . r ana. .. one of these will give a written reason rally n-- n is requested. Beautiful Goods. Air. SIB. V. II ll rlhnm n r. in the Chapel. Inspection will be bringing 40 cents last Saturday. It beNext Sunday night tne subject will be guests this week why Richmond should return to saloons. had Friday moraine from 10 until 12 Eight-Legge-d the This Coupon entitles Mr. John R. Gibson & Co. havo received a longed to S. P. Rcdmon and Ed Rvo. Larhb. "Crime. Criminals and Penalties" the brothers, Messrs in K. families of their The Climax will award that individual o'clock when dinner will be served third in a scries of present day issues C. and Abner Old a bcauurui line or hand embroidered Tho crop of 3,000 lbs. averaged $23.50. A great curiosity to those who saw it . underwear and embroidered flouncing a free subscription for five years and Alter dinner they will be driven in au- Thus far a deep interest has been man! ham, of Mt. Sterling. d was tho lamb, with two to a Credit of SI on tho Purchase Price of one Peabody Buggy at the Mr. E. H. Bybee. who had his left dress patterns, which they invito the bodies place his photo in museum of freaks, tomobiles to the station in time for the rested in these sermons. A Great Missionary Rally. and one head, brought ta Rich 1 p. m. train for Stanford, thence to public to call and see. Those interest Auction Salo on February 5, 1912. The congregation is enthusiastic over eye removed at a hospital in Lexineion. curiosities and monstrosities. mond Friday by Robert Hehdren, of Bowling Green to inspect the Western supreme importance will city ed in the latest dress goods should call An the certainty of the new building enter has returned .to his ... home ONLY ONE COUPON ACCEPTED ON EACH PURCHASE Normal in that city. 1ISimproving rapidly. in this - on the above firm and examine their near Calest, hvo miles from this city. be theevent of prise. There is probably no church in anu is rally it was oorn several days ago and oniv unurcnmissionary b eb. at the Christians exquisite line. OrEEiTiOH of the bank deposits guar this section that will appreciate better Miss Jeannette Pate-- , Tuesday, uih. itepresenta-tivelived for several hours, although Mr. of Richmond. anty law in Nebraska has failed to rt accommodations for its work. The Commercial Club and Its will be present from different Hendren says had he discovered itsoonervisited tho familv of her grandfather, County Unit Bill Passes funds for a handsome pipe organ have suit in panics, business chaos and bank he believes it could have been saved, as churches in the county. It will be conWork. Mr. James W. Pates, during the past already been secured. Senate. it was a perfect specimen and well do ducted by Secretary E. W. Allen of the failures, as its opponents predicted. week Midway Clipper. Despite the veloped in overy way. He savs it had Foreign- Society. Vr. A. F. Jaggerd of At a meeting of the Commercial Club congregations inclement weather large There were no bank failures in Nebraska TheSenato Friday passed the County oeen TOM CHENAULT, were at tne Christian Africa, and W. H. Erskine of "Japan. Mrs. T. n. Collins. Misses Mary and Unit bill by a vote of 24 lo 14. The bill oorn at least a day beiore being neia in tne uougi&s-simmonbuilding, last year. What the law did accomplish. Jan. 22nd, Secretary s Allen Zaring was Church last Sunday. 213 were at the Willie Traynor and Henrietta Luxon There will be three sessions during the as passed is exactly similar to tho one found, and died as the result of the cold day, the first at 10:30, the second at 2 on the other hand, was more and better appointed to represent the club at the Bible School, and an offering of $20 went to Lexington Tuesday to see passed by tne House by a vote of 70 to weather. tak-for the Herbert Moninger Chair of Madame Butterfly. o'clock, and the evening session at 7:30, business for the banks. The money on hearing of the bill on the Insurance lv and now only needs the signaturo oi liible Pedagogy in Bethany College, at at which time moving picture scenes of Eagle Killed. S S. Pinney. of Mt. Sterling, camn the Governor to become a law, - Tho deposit in the CC9 state banks was in- Commission, before a joint committee iiethany. W. Va. Harsh physics react, weaken t' a foreign lands and the work that is being Boarders Wanted. Joo Mason, of Peytontown, this done will bo shown. A cordial invitation is extended to the over Thursday to attend the inspection passage of tho mcasuro in the Senate by creased last year over the year before by from the House and Senate, which met bowels, cause chronic constipation in the parlors of the Capital Hotel in Normal of Richmond Commandery and banquet so decided a vote is a great victory over county, killed Friday last a golden are open to the public. All tho sessions students to attend all our ser banquet Good clean rooms and good table. Ap- - Doan's Kegulets t2.209.591.35. The reserve on hand is Fraiikfort, Jan. 23rd. given by that order. the lobby and indicates that every plank eagle which measured C feet 4 inches men win De neid at theA church atfor operate easily, ca'c vices. 27 per cent, or three per cent more than Committee was called to order at Mk3' Cltdk vllbsb. in the Democratic platform will go from tip to tip and weighed fifteen o clock. We hope to see a largo at-8 J ply t0 constipation; 25c. Ask your druggy-fo- r Mr. G. Sam Deatherage. of WinfihAs. a year ago. The law accomplished an p.m. lhe originators of the bill were 31-ter, was in Richmond Saturdav en route through with a whoop, Kvory amend pounds. For several days this king of tendance at overy session. them. 331 iloborly avenue. bill was voted down. increase in the banks' opportunities for represented by Mr. 8. Zorn. Chairman to Florida; where he will spend the ment to theprovides for extension ofThe oims visitea air. Mason s farm, and on of the Insurance Board of the Louisville the each occasion had carried away a young bill passed profit because of increased deposits. Commercial Club. The Insurance peo remainder of the winter. present county unit law to all those lamo. un triciay tne Dim caught a Then it made the banks more immune ple were tnere in great numbers to light Dr. J. G. Bosley left Saturday for Leb counties which havo heretofore been lamb and proceeded to devour it, and, from invasion upon the legal reserve, tne Dili ana weir side was presented by anon, where bo attended tho celebra exempted from its provisions. while engrossed in the morning meal, h marriage anniver tion of the Mr. Mason succeeded in getting close due to the fact that the depositors knew Mr. Johnson, who has charge of the rat ing oi twelve Central and western Miss Ophelia Rowland sary of his father and mother. Rowland BIRTHS. enougti to Kill jno eagle. It Is tho lam their money was absolutely safe, and states. He made a lengthy speech died Monday afternoon at the P. A. C. est specimen of the golden eagle tribe Rev. Father John O'Dwver. of Rich weren i so anxious to draw it out as wnicu was interrupted manv times b.-- Infirmary of paralysis. Deceased was nheriff and Mrs. David. McCord are ever seen in mis section, and is on exhi mond, was the guest of Rov. Father heretofore. Last but not least, no de questions from the Joint Committee. one of the best known women of Rich Flynn at his home receiving the congratulations of friends bition in the show windows of Mr. 8. "W. on positor ran the risk of losing a penny of which showed they were deeply inter mond and. although living a. quiet se yesterday. Frankfort St, l.Clair street over' tho arrival ot a con on Thursday Norman on Main street. ested in tne bill. These questions eluded life, had many friends. Her morning last. his savings! brought forth the fact that out of everv death came after an illness of several Mason Brown, of Frankfort. Grand New Chairs For Council $100 paid by the policy-holdMr. and Mrs. Moso Nelson are the only months. She was a consecrated Christ Captain General of the Grand Comboy d . Chamber. The Postal authorities are talking aoout mo was paid nacic in lire losses. ian and a devout member of the First mandery of Kentucky, attended the id- - proud parents of a fine Wednesday very seriously of materially increasing and 155 put into the pocket of the In- Presbyterian Church. Funeral services spection of Richmond Commandery last who arrived at their home Thrco dozen new chairs were Dlaced surance company, and still the Insur were conducted yesterday afternoen at Thursday. last. cold in tho Council Chamber at the Cltv.Hall the postal rate on newspapers. If the ance companies claim they are charg ner home on utst Mam street by Dr. D. The congratulations of friends are be Mrs. G. W.-- Duly, of Hoopeston. HI.. ana nercaiier tnose who de11. Scanlon, after which the remains ing only a very reasonable rate. government would ''cut out" the ConAning showered upon Mr. and Mrs. John oaiuraay and Mrs M. de B. Forbes, of Mecbanics- gressional Record, Patent Office Reports other point brought out was, that the were laid to rest in the Richsond cem- ville. N. Y.. are visiting their parents. Culbertson, of the Normal School, over sire toattend tho meetings of this body will be jruaranteed a comfortable seat. Commission, to bo appointed by the etery. There are no near relatives sur- the arrival of a lovoly little girl at their The Mayor and members of the City and the distribution of garden seed; passage of this bill, would be in a posi iving. an only sister. Miss Annie Row Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Tate, on home. Uouncil aro quuo anxious to ha,ve the that nobody wants there would be a tion to wun tne lnwraace land, Having died some time ago, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, of this pubho attend every meeting of this Mr. H. IT. Mellon, who has recently surplus instead of a deficit in the Postal Companies in getting in closer touch with the insured and by pointing out Dr. Humphrey J. Bennett, nnn nf returned from the far west, where he county, are rejoicing over the arrival at body and see and know for themselves Department Sbelbyrille Record. scoe little remedy would lessen the fire Madison s most honored and respected resided for several years, has taken a their home or a beautuul little duugh how the affairs of the city aro condui fe The Cldux endorses lbs above from risic and at tne same time make it leas iticens, died at his home oa the Irvine position with the Madison Tobacco ter. ed It would bo great encouragement to Ihoso who aro serving tho'citv to the Record, but "cut out" the seed dis burdensome for the Ioattrance Cost- - pike, two miles from this city, yesterday rtarenouse co. have our citizens become interested In Cecilian Club. tribution and we would never hear from panics to carry the risk at a less rate. awning at 4 JO. Although Dr. Bennett owing to the decreased haaatd. If this has bea in ill health for several months. 1 ! -Misses ' Marthai Burke, of Illinois.' CaU The regular meeting of tho Cecilian what Is being done by these servants . r n. . oi some members in Congress. bUl is passed it should s a benefit to hk death Game as a great shock and no ouacKuuoru. Jano siocicton anil Club was held with Mrs. Halo Dean and no ovidenco of appreciation on the tne insurance Companies' as wall as to surprise to his relatives and friends. He Julia White are; members of a house Wednesday afternoon last. In the ab partoi ine puonc would do mo'e con The current number of the Eastern the insured. Fire preveetiea saakes was m tfete city Friday and was aopar- party being entertained by Miss Lottie sence of the president, Mrs. Johnson, vincing than your presence at these ; :: U. ho next regular monthly Vica President, took the chalr.Debussy, meetings. Kentucky Review of the Normal School nre saving and this decreaaas the re- - aetly la hi usu&l health, but that even-la- g Mae Mcuooerts, of Lancaster. was takes .quite sick with what was minm, when properly looked, after by a Nouges. modern French meeting win oe nem tomorrow. Miss Cary Rice was. last week, the Dukas and &t Richmond gives a comprehensive : uppoatd to be eranp colic, but s program insurance at composers, was Mrs. gkace at the great work this instution commission, xnemore clear uaatpaa-ta- en latar proaetiaeed stomach trouble was guest of friends 1 in Lexington and eve Many critics consider Deancomposi ions the cwim iney siaice arect Base Ball Meeting. Hk tended the Leap ear Ball. Friday : "Worth $10.00, Determination Sale price. condition at oa-e- assumed an akrmincr ning, given oy tne young ladies of Ken or the new school "eccentric hazy. hi done since its foundation. Lincoln their good risks, which, of court. $ 3,.90 A meeting of the baseball fans of this taken at a low rate, than they do om tfca stage, and while everything possible was lucicy university in Wterson Hail, nebulous, nerveless, soulless';" while oouBty has been well represented among Worth $13.50 ta relieve him he succumbed to the bad risks that are taken at a nigh rata, others find them fullof artktic innova- city, was held Wednesday evening in rv &50 the scholars, and its young men and and ibey would gladly welooave a remaarroaaaeiLby hk family. Dr. ty,Mr. Robert L. Fans, of Xadison coun tions, harmonic turns, aad orchestral the Masonic Temple, at which plans for .Worth $15.00 was a visitor In Park yesterday- - Mr. e Sec Is. Mrs. Bean led as follows; women appreciate the worth of the edy to reduce the fire waste. the 1D12 team were discussed bymore t was atventr-a- t van years of are JWorth $22.00.. than fifty enthusiasts who, were In at SeraiL President CrabfeTis doing a The Joint Committee heard arm. oam. w eorn aaar niuiown, mis county. renn recently oeugm Mod near Kieh Vake Romantique ...".$13.50 . . perm&Mntlv in Biond. and has tendance. Much enthusiasm was shown Mrs. L. P. Evans. Munificent work ax its head and de-- BaU watil 11 s'claek that mUkt. so as Ha was twiot Hurried, hk first wife be- - Madison county.located Worth up to 130.00. . : . , . .. .. Park aad the question of raising money that to give all a Wr afcaaee to ytimt taair lee Mis Sallis Jtarr, wHo diad about six $18,00 ra-pe-r Debussy raight be needed, did the commeedation of the State. ckiBs. Taa bill was yaaorHd favorably not seem to be an HiaJaat wifa was the widow Miss Helan Beoaett. of Richmond. Mrs. Middeltoa. r Journal. with every riasia ta aattava it will paas-Taobstacle. The question of Richmond A. CliaaaaM. aad k left to will arrive today for a fortnight's vkif Four Hands Minuet being represented In the league; was was saave todiffereooe as to tea noara u aasa af iMs popular and t her Bistr. Mrs. Thomas J. Smith, at. Miss White-Mi- ss Pickek. from all appearances, settled aad when Twm efalidrse briiliaat fa iMtary Zariag r raiMuort ootsi. m win attend Paper Nouges and Quo Vadts $6.00 Shoes, now erssoi! xcCbkaxt declined to bIHewaaa anaae bK a day'sfirst appear- rrosi UM citisen.akavson and. resulted mm Cotillion Tuesday svaaiar aad ,. :.$4;73K me season opens. Richmond will be in ed Brat work with daaffa the Mrs. Neala Beaaett. tha immunity for eneas testifying the the lino as usual. Tli club is in fair shape peraoaallr. bafara velar aaay years ago. recaption anne Kxeeauvs Maaatoarrsd-asada- y Yoke Koajng $5.00 Shoes, bow "ewsaf asaf eaiUae miioa, arc . . . . . ..$3.95 - aaaointod the committeeto into axaeatlve for players who were left over, and with u and ataeS Dr. Bennett bad sa al bratam n ig h t. Frank fort N Mks Brkjit-t- . rnal. $3.50 Shoes, now.. . . me exceptions oi having to secure sat tke activities ef State mvmw aMhmiati. . .$2.-If tfee bUI piiaji, and atatan but tasv. Qa. ban kaw rtna Mrs. ttabarl R. "Baraaai. MUaas Kiia. Fiaae Reasaaas Wkbot.'Worda Mbiy three more men are in fiae eoadi- to the crsat basaasL. The fan ami The actios is sSd to be die taar k rj fedioatioa that tt will, tha " : (Saint, Sata) Shoes, noir. abatb Baaaasa and Miu Louisa ITsl. $2:45 ue mt tne start. As only the rviass will aa neld eradk wiH be laawlr daa Mrs Deaay. to tew ef Ibaae who were Zariag'a ateoay parsaaality. la Bmnnr Dr. D. H. SaaalBfl. s Vba rssktacuM by kg, Mr. aad Mrs. Qaorr Pkalps, Mia. far a team, andthequeeiieo of Wleeti-nbaokad p aad wil Drafaablr Casaday aad a Shoea' Taka Bsrssiioa (Joeelyn) Codard . . .$195 mutbar af popUa at VWa, Mk Million. ia Mcsrteg tin hmetigatfefi, m as ha was by tha Wehaiaad Oninrohl Plaas Thandar. iaamiinM ...i asM(w w uwiuMi, me lb ww bs aads Mar. Tk mnalui will Madiaoa JaatHate war of a preidwit for the tiaw jaar was dab. Mrs. Huar. who beard Mate ifaUarfty at Laxia(- -Ttas bill grastlac to weMB the riffht :: maw.. not). YVarSeM ilenntHL who while iaFfMk fort SaereUrr Xariaf as tatarrsd ia lMaftwoadJiairiarj Talk Ariaa Mas Baard h upera nouae am wasav iwMud the season; last Tear aa in i Inn maay nesaamas to aaaac a good tevateaad to be vat4 for is sebMi KobsK ffiisaai j e uit.iiis onQice lor far Um Xaratal Behaai aad ha AdiranisMM's Noic& The Dkleeliaa Litararv Soaietv of Pkao Doe a k PeertsJaa) Aat II iiiHilD pwefl the Boom Thonway bjr mm ewnur to twatntts mat' era. baa aet Hie Mlllsnaburg Miliury losliiuU mi All parsons aarksj ta a f 62 to M. Wha the bill mm toe talkad to. varr oooaaatad ta accept tba poaiitoQ ataak haiata.lail tn last Hatarday liUtbl and ateai Mks Watts. p far 9MMe is tka Scum tt mrt mm tha waUara of tha taajara wbwJi will baaattled at a later meeting. Harry D. Hice as Saeraiary. Tbia k Piano Arebesqa No. t -'- -r Everybody her. is elated over tba am. ' 'r ooosidsrad quite an honor lor any In Mrs. White. apacte'fera spfemdid repreaaatattotf in I af afaa eaataUaacaas aa mmt Ian to oa aiaotao to jwm aa nam in Currant EastaMits Btjfina all wi Tki mm. Mr. L. B. Harriaftoa. ab blanks tba this society hk first year at thk school. Mks QMte Parry was unaaimonalv Wyalieoxua. and bsve nlodrad thafcr mmI aoa aaaa f Mm In aim upport for a taaai. Also maay in H. P. Yoon aad sad. BmA elsetad a auaxbar af t) chtb. lira. is aafr layrasaaUag Ma i tiaaaU. Mfaly oonpjianitgwy remarks have aad KM. T. D. Gibson, of Anpa-Ya-.. Ueikhtfal rsfraabsMnta sad neil aaan baard on tha uaivarml sattaiactkm laAML J.s.Oorr. ars hars to swath air BMMbar osiat aadad a most anjoyabis atarnoon, mtderad hy PreaMaot Keal in tea in. -atar f Crasd Gou, Mrs. Jaanis Jones, who underwent a! despita tha musiaaj ecetStrifeUlr iM tafost and welfare of tha Blue firui 83-- il Bam. Ey, critical oparatioo at Gibeoc Infinaafy coopostr. bMfQt in geoeral, and Dresses 27. OPERA HOUSE, 2nd 23. OWEN McKBB I'M Stern Presents The Traveling Salesman "116 Ldwin Cobb Cecil Simmons Henry Quisenberry Curtis Park Geo. B. DeJarnette Owen Hislo Oscar Varnsdell Herbert Brandenburg Waller Chenault Robert Adams Nelson Cornelison Henry Rayburn Sam Hubbard Joe Carson Lewis Rayburn Edgar Adams John Adams Jasper Kirby E.lwin McCord Galen White' We are headquarters for 5ewing. Machines and Supplies needles, bobbins, shuttles, belts, etc., for all : : : : : machines Opposite Glyndon Hotel W. F. HIGGINS Richmond, Kentucky Tke Richmond Climax. Why Not Build a Home This Year 59 PERSONAL 50CIAL le J HAKK-bTANLE- Todd Edwards Lumber Go. m Germs Spread in Skin app..-catlo- - rra"-remed- ies to-da- y. to-b- For sale by Stockton & Son. - Buggies at Auction. At McKee's Skating Street, Richmond, Kentucky, L Christian Church Items f-- i' 1 .1 1 Monday, February 5, at I.O'Clock P. M. TtP( . w - eight-legge- - A. D. ESTES, Newby, Ky. LONG Auctioneer. tf Deaths pj fifty-nint- DETERMINATION SALE CONTINUED TO FEB. 5th. News-Journa- er 1 1 . - Owing to the extreme weather for the first two weeks of our sale, we have decided to continue it for seven days longer,, so as to give everyone an equal chance. We are determined to reduce our stock and make room for our Spring and Summer Goods which are arriving daily. We have many bargains awaiting for you. Below we quote a. few. prices from our long list of bargains. Suits and Overcoats. m e ... a. -- .. ar SHOES. ..... Z . ws-Jo- .K.fl ' ? u Ia In. at Lofc for the Big Ycfa Sat our B Price U which '- ini bt Xml. imrl axil J. . Main Street. Bamr. haifeSbuted. Corner Second and Richmond r.sr.r-- s. Home of Good Ctotkec- SnTAfcllFTER Ky. - ipitfilstfc' s22 ... ... . r. . in'iiii ilte if iiM'ailii'' , iirriniTfTTi iMinYifcir 'Mtitiitiw mi 1 yjSfin in 1 ' 111 nil mil mi in in f rflflfal?! j Tu irrrnrriiT m n.i n ina.wnii 'HjaaSSSSHal Climax Special Clubbing Rates Climax and Daily Courier Journal $4.00 Climax and Weekly Couritr Journal .50 Climax and Daily Cincinnati Post, with Handsome Calendar 2.50 r' . Climax and Daily Louisville Post 3.50 . Climax and Daily Lexington Herald 5.35 Climax and Daily Lexington Leader 5.10 Climax and Daily Louisville Herald 3.40 Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Lnquirer - 1 .25 Climax and Weekly Commoner .50 The above are only a few. We are preparer to Club with any Newspaper or Magazine pub Iished in this country. Get our prices before ordering elsewhere. 1 --1 DANDRUfF AND ITCHING Scalp. Yteki to Zemo Treat- ment JVhy should you continue to experiment with salves, greasy lotions and fancy hair dressings trying to rid your scalp of germ, life? They can't do it, because they, cannot penetrate to tho seat of the trouble and draw the germ lifo to the surface of tllo scalp and do- I stroy it. Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? One that will do this. Ve have a remedy that will rid the scalp of germ life and in this way will cure DAN- pRUFP and ITCHING SCALP. This remedy is ZEMO, a clean, refined, penetrating scalp IolIc that goes right to the seat of the trouble and lifo to tho surface and drives destroys it. .A shampoo with ZEMO ANTISEPTIC SOAP and one application of ZEMO will entirely rid (he scalp of dandruff and scuri. Do not hesitate, but get a bottle of ZEMO today. It acts on a new principle and will do exactly what we claim for it. Sold and endorsed at Perry's "drug -the-ger- OF HISTORY y A. W. MACY. THREE PRESIDENTS FLAYED HOOKEY. CURIOUS BITS WHO krtetint NtrirSlef of Normal NO REASON FOR IT. You Are Shown the Way Review, B. Walker Tandy JEads ifsse Co store Advertised Lettres. List of letters remaining in tbo Richmond, Ky., postoflice for tho week ending January 27: Climax Printing Co. SI 'Eft NEW ORLEANS a JYIOBILt a&tr--v mm mt s. mmm. m mamm SPECIAL, REDUCED FARES STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL FOR RILL PASTIDlfLARS, M ARDIGR AS Baldwin, Lew Haker, Mr. J. B. Bradley, Mary Woolford Bishop, Mrs. Harry Bronston, Col. Jake Hubbell, Mrs. Jack Fender, Mr. Aaron Fox, Miss Lizzie For, Mr. Syco Floyd. Mr. Frank F. Forbes, Mr. Neal Forbes, S. O. Gamon, Missllart Garrett, Miss Martha Gridcr, Miss Hallio Harlow, Mrs. Harriet Hasc, Mr. Charles Harris, Mrs. Elsie Hill, Joe Holland, Mr. Wm. Jones, Mr. Jo. Johnson, Mrs. Catherine Larue, Miss Mary Maupin, Miss Jennie M. Miller, Miss Ella Morgan, Mrs. Rachel Mullins, Martin Muncey, Sallio Newby, Bryant Oldham, Mr. W. A. Patterson, Mr. W. G. Parks, Mrs. Sallie Parks, Mrs. Nettie Powell, Mr. Frank Powell, Tye Rains, Mr. Sebry Sanders. Mr. Roscoe Sams. Mr. Wilbur Sicman, Mr. Al. Schooler, Annie Tribble, Johnson Turner, W. D. Warren. Mr. U Walker, Sophia Wigglesworth, Mrs. Hattie Woodall. Dr. II. S, Yates, Mrs. Clara In calling for tho above letters, please say "advertised." ) Age; Ambrose Three presidents failed to attend the Inaugural ceremonies' of their successors. Poth the Adamses have this, distinction, and likewise Andrew Jacksos John Adams was greatly disappointed at his failure to secure a second term, and felt very bitter toward his successful rival, Thomas Jefferson. On the last day of his administration he worked till midnight filling offices and signing commissions, and then slipped out of Washington In the early morning hours of the day that was to see Jefferson Installed In his place. His grandson, John Qulncy Adams, had a better excuse for not attending the of his successor, Andrew Jackson. Party spirit ran high In those days, and there was no love between the two. It Is said, however, that Jackson came to Washington with the full Intention of calling on Adams and of being friendly, but was dissuaded from doing so by his party associates. Of course this made It out of the question for Adams to attend the Inaugural. Andrew Johnson had quarreled with the man who was to succeed him, General Grant, as he had with almost every one else, and neither had any use for the' other. Johnson probably would have been willing to attend Grant's Inaugural, but Grant peremptorily refused to ride In the same carriage with him. (Copyright, lSit. by Thejinuafy number of the Eastern Kentucky Review has reached ourdesk, and through its pages one can get a comprehensive view of the great work thisjnstltmlon is dbiog. This edition is known as the General Assembly Num ber, and evidently has been placed, in the hands of every member of the Leg- islature. "We use the following oxtracts from the Review: Out SANTA IS THINKING NOW Joph B. Bowles.) HELPFUL HINTS ON HAIR HEALTH. 5calp and Hair Troubles Generally Caused Dandruff is a contagious disease caus ed by a microbe which also produces baldness. Never use a comb or brush belonging to some one else. No matter how cleanly the owner may be, these article may bo infected with microbes, which will infect your scalp. It is far easier to catch hair microbes than it is to get rid of them, and a single stroke of infected comb or brush may well lead to baldness. Never try on anybody else's d is a resting place hat. Many a for microbes. If you happen to be troubled with dandruff, itching scalp, falling hair or baldness, wo have a remedy which we believo s will completely relieve these We are so sure of this that troubles. we offer it to you with the understand ing that it will cost you nothing for the trial if it does not produce the results we claim. This remedy is called Res- ill "93" Hair Tonic. We honestly be lievo it to bo the most scientific remedy for scalp and hair troubles, and we know of nothing else that equals it for effec tiveness, because of tho results it has produced in thousands of cases. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is devised to banish dandruff, restore natural color, when its loss has been brought about by disease, and make the hair naturally silky, soft and glossy. It does this because it stimulates the hair follicles, destroys the germ matter, and brings about a free, hea'thy circulation of blood, which nourishes the hair roots, causing thorn to tighten and grow new hair. We want everybody who has any trouble with hair or scalp to know that we think that Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is tho best hair tonic and restorative in existence, and no ono should scoff at or doubt this statement until they have put our claims to a fair test, with the understanding that thoy pay us nothing for the remedy if it does not give full and complete satisfaction in every partiTwo sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. cular. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at our store H. L. Perry Drug The ttexall Store. Store. hat-ban- There can be no just reason why any reader of this wili continue to suffer the tortures of art aching back, the an noyance --of urinary disorders, tbo dan- gersof serious kidney ills when relief is possible and proof given tdat tnese ins can be cured. The following Is convinclng proof, INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE John W. Porman, 8 Montgomery old. Tho Eastern Kentucky Normal School street, Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: "I think my kidney trouble was the result of has comnloted its fifth vear. Has recorded 5,000 enrollments in its heavy work. I wps compelled to give UP all work that required stooping on register. Has trained, in part, 2,500 teachers of account of a weak and lame back. I had been laid up for several days at a the public schools. ', Practically every one of these 2,500 tlmo a,d some timo ago began to look teachers aro now'teaching in Kentucky, around for a cure. Until I began using More than 75 per cent of these are ioan's Kidney .rills law not nna any- thing.that would prove of benefit to me, teaching in rural communities. Has an annual enrollment excoedinirli was soon woll and strong, and now I lam entirely free fJom kidney trouble, 1,100. Doan a Kidney Has issued 101 Advanced Certificates. 1 am Pleased Is successfully teaching practical ag-- 1 PilIs my endorsement," For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. ricultuTo, domestic science and manual Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo training. Has organized big Fruit Growing agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and Clubs 100,000 apple trees to bo erown j3-lby the school children of Eastern Ken take no other. tucky next season. $5 Reward. Has the best practice school in the I will pay five dollars reward for re South. Has created public sentiment for bet turn' of a small female, reddish-coloreter schools and better teaching in East dog, wearing leather collar, which disappeared from the Scanlon place last ern Kentucky. Tho dog is of tho Cur Has sent out tho 2,500 teachers, who Wednesday. are doing more effective teaching, keep stock and was seen several times latter ing 2,000 school houses more sanitary part of last week cn tho Jack's Creek A. D Miller, and attractive, s'arting school libraries pike. Richmond, Ky. in every district, encouraging and In tf. spiring 100,000 boys and girls in the The People's Stock Remedy. Eastern District to become worthy men At this season you should not be and women, and almost revolutioning without a package of The People's large communities by helping them to 25c-an50c, live their daily lives in a more practical, Stock Remedy; Cure that old sore, cut or wound by rational way. applying The People's' Antiseptic Heal ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug No Reason-Fo-r to.-giv- o m d d before he starts on his rounds of what would be the most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, which would certainly bring joy for the Cbristmastide. Consult us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Ohristmas gift that will be hailed with delight. -- Bliiegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. (it Local and Long Distance Totnr.hnnn 1 Gibson Building M" Street "OiJLA AViwniiviiu, TT 11 " Mew Tailoring Shop J. B. Stouifer-na-s reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order made at home by experiened Tailors. Oer J, 000 samples to select from. Cleaning: and Pressing'by Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter ". Also large line of ready made Clothing,, Hats, and Furnishing Goods . at reduced price. Doubt Company. 30-t- f A Statement of Facts Backed Boarders Wanted. At my home, 019 North Second street. I am prepared to accommodate boarders board and lodging or day board only. J. B. ST0UFFER. 222 West Man. Street. by a Strong Guarantee. We guarantee complete relief to all sufferers from constipation, or, in every case where we fail, we will supply the medicine free. Rexall Orderlies areagentle,effective, dependable, and safe bowel regulator. strengthoner, and tonic. They aim to nature's functions in a quiet, easy way. They do not cause incor venienco, griping or nausea. They are so pleasant to take and work so easy that they may be taken by any one at any time. They thoroughly tone up the whole system to healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies, are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks, and delicate persons. Wo cannot too highly recommend them to all suf ferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils. Three sizes, luc, zoo ma 50c. itemember, you can ootain itexau liemeuies in tins com munity only at our store The Rexall Store.- The Perry Drug Store. ' i i SI , Mna. Clara Phono 703. Tratlor. 29-t- f TicKets on salo February 13. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 Good Ketornlsg until March 2, 1912, with Privilege of EiteBsiea POINTS H. Nowbo, J. C. C KINO, Phone 49. 101 XL Pxueojcr and Ticket Agrat, - CALL OK ANY TICKET AGENT, OR WRITE V. A. HECKLE R, Persons troubled with partial paral ysis are often very much benefited by massaging tho afflicted parts thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment also, relieves rheumatic j3-lpains. All dealers. m Richmond's Quality sin SfTeet, Lexington, Ky. General Passenzer Agent, InzH Building, Cincinnati, O. Automobiles Painted. At my shop on Third St. I am pre pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I have a paiqter of long ex perience and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give me a trial. Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branches. 12-James A. Moobes. tf Meat Market. The chances are The farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at home No doubt will be brought here, too. We are headquarters for W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF . Richmond, Ky Two of Our Leaders Henry Basch Company's The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs C. C. Waliack, P. M. Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home. New York 4 WOMEN'S HAIR EASY TO MAKE. IT SOFT LUXURIANT AND RADIANT. Many women have hair so dull and faded that it is actually repulsive. These women have probably never heard of PARISIAN SAGE the invigorating hair dressing that is being used by thousands of refined women throughout America. If your hair is falling or thin or faded, lifeless; if you have dandruff or itching scalp; if your hair is not as fascinating as you would like to have it, go to Perry's drugstoro this very day, ask for a fifty cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE and start at once to make your hair per , fect and even glorious. PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or money back. Girl with Auburn hair on every carton. For sale by H. L. Perry and druggists every where. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. tf The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs At a Kansas agricultural experiment statson the results of treating animals with kindness were recently demonstrat ed to bo of the most practical character. Three cows were selected, and at first treated with the utmost care and gentle ness, with the result that they produced 30 pounds of milk containing 4.3 per cent of butter fat. The same cows were then frightened by their atteudants howling at them, letting dogs bark at them, etc., with" tSa result that they produced only pounds of milk, con taining only 3.4 per cent of butter fat. The farmer, therefore, who says ''So. Milly, so!" instead of "Hist, ye brute!" is. justified by economics as wellas ethics. -- Town Property For Sale. House and lot on one of the best streets in the town, lot 48 by 100 feet, recoption hall, parlor, kitchen and din ing room down stairs; threo bed rooms. hall, bath room and closet on first stair floor; finished attic, with hot and cold shower baths, on third floor, fine sleep ing apartments in summer, there being windows on all four sides; good base ment for coal, kindling, canned fruit, &c. All modern conveniences in house, t. Apply to this office. 30-2- Choice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here ' Novel Colorings Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 Second-s- t. o. t Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS MS 1 Mrs. A. It. Tabor, Crider, Mo., had Court of Appeals Decides Horse Trade Must Be Douglas, Simmons k Deatherage Fair. The Second Street Hardware Store Stubborn Case "1 was under the treatment of two doctors" writes Mrs. R- - L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had beeiTin my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all I am feeling better than In a long time, and cannot speak too highly of CarduL"- The court of appeals reversed the decision of the Graves circuit court, in Turkeys For Sale. the case of the commonwealth vs Dize Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Cockerels Watson, and remanded to tho court below to over rule the demurrer to the and pullets. Apply to G. W. Deather29-t- f indicement and for a jury trial. Wat. age. Phone 2C9-son was indicted for false pretense in a Administrator's Notice. horse trade. The court says a horse is Ml persons having claims against the property, which may be the subject of larceny within the meaning of the estate of W. B. Tatem, deceased, are requested to file same properly proven statute. as required by law, on or before March Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone 1, 1912, or same will bo barred. Those tf and live stock insurance. knowinir themselves indebted to the estate are urged to call and settle same Life at once. W. E. Tatem, Administrator, Many Children Die of Croup March 1, 1012. Silver Creek, Ky. 2. Croup Ends been troubled with sick headache for about fivo years, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has taken two bottles of them and they have For Sale. A four cylinder, 18 horse- - power, fivo cured her. Sick headache is caused by a passenger, air cooled Franklin automo disordered stomach for which these tabbile, in good running condition, tires lets are especially intended. Try them. as good as new. "Will sell cheap. Ad- get well and stay well. For sale by j3-lall dealers. ' 27 Ct dress Box 025, Winchester, Ky'. When in need ol Blacksmithing in Office For Rent. any oi its branches, Farming imple Office equippod with water and heat ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Pos Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. in our building on Second street f. Miller, Union City? Ky. session given January 1st, 1912. 24-t- f Dooolas & Simmons. Hero is a remedy that will cure your Sunsnino is delicious, rain is refresh cold. Why waste time and money ex perimenting when you can get a' prepa ing, wind braces up, snow Is exhilaratrepu ing; there is no such thing as bad ration that has won a' world-wid- e weather, only different kinds of good tation by its cures of this disease and can always bo depended upon? It is weather. Ruskin. known everywhere as Chamberlain's Special Notice. Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of Wo call attention to "Climax Special real merit. For sale by dealers. j3-lClubbing Rates" in another column. "We We want our subscribers to send or have succeeded In making arrangements TKLErnoNB tjs ast hews they may whereby we can offer our friends ex have. We aro under mant ooliqatioss tremely lor prices. We can save you to those who do it. "Wo cannot get all money on any magazine or paper you tho hews, so help us to get out a good Get our prices before placing paper by sending In an item once in want. tf . your order elsewhere while. tf m t-- Maltheid Reefing Is much cheaper than shingles-be- tter ' than iron more durable than tin superior in every way to all other brands of roofing. Why? Because it is the original roofing made in the best equipped factory in the world made by men who have been making and studying years roofing for twenty-si- x The Paraffine Paint Co. of San Francisco TO means to take care of the days to come, to be better than his savage ancestry who lived from day to day, or at best season to season, but civilized man IVILIZATION provides man with and Chicago Malthoid is made to give satisfaction and does, no matter where it Is used. M-E- Ms c CimiZATlOlf OopjrUlil 1310. t7 tlx SuaJwt Ailr. Co. First Roosevelt Button. The presidential race is otucialiy on in Atlanta, Ga. Tho inevitable candi date's button has appeared upon the street. "Welcomo Back Teddyl". loud ly proclaims the little button, - irjd, though it is tbo first and only oneyel seen hi Atlanta, it attracted much tention. Theodore Roosevelt's familiar thing line of shining teeth is the"-flfswhich catches one's eye, then the remainder of the familiar features dawn upon one, every lino of tho smiling features flagrantly exposed. r Foley Kidney Pills always give satisfaction because they always do the work. J. T. Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found more relief from their use than any other kidney medicine, and I've tried almost all Kinds. 1 can cheerfully recommend them to all sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble." Foley Kidney Pills will cure any case of kid; ney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No. medicine can do more. Stocktox & Son. Every Year Before a Doctor Can Be Summoned. Parents of children should be prepar ed at all times for a spasm of croup. Keep in the house a remedy that will give instant relief and kefp the child from choking until the arrival of tho physician. Get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEl today and In case of an attack of croup pour 20 drops into a kitchen bowl of "boiling water. Hold tho child's head over tho bowl so that it can brea'h tho soothing, In the penetrating vapor that arises. This meantime send for a physician. treatment has saved tho lives of many children and is a precaution that all parents should promptly take. HYOMEl is sold by B. L. Middelton and druggists everywhere and is guar anteed for croup, catarrh, asthma and bronchitis. To Help The Fairs. A bill will bs presented to the Legis Imk Richmond, Ky Co. by means of a bank account provides for the years to come. CaIRDUI Womln'sTonic if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womaniy system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. IW ,.Zi izFtZJtZ... I smrf " -" re " Ca . ChatUcooea. Teacu hook. "Home Tr2ixaeut lor Women, sesi free. J 52 . ' The Little Boy's Treasure. 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 m the county. We guarantee them, Try .us with an order and" you will always be a cus: : : : : tomer. The other day I read a beautiful stbry about a shepherd boy. He was keeping tho sheep in a flowery meadow, and, be- "causo his heart "was happy, ho sang so loudly one day that the surroundlug hills echoed his song. One,morning the king, who was on a hunting trip, apoko "Why aro yon so to him and said: happy, mj boyt" "Whv should I not bo nappy?" an. swered the boy. "Our king is not rich er than I." "Indeed," said tho king. Hie of your great possessions." lature by Blue Grass horsemen which, if it passes, will mean rich prizes to be offered at tho State Fair and the various county fairs of Kentucky for horses and The plan is to donate the sea jacks. son licenso fees of horses and jacks, which now go into the county treasuries to fairs to bo offered as premiums for horses of tho respective classes from which the fees are colleoted, and for Dan Breck, fire, lightning, The bill pro Real Estate in Northeast jack stock and mules. and live stock. vides that the fees collected, in each Arkansas. county shall go to the fair held in that Ricci's ice creainis delicious. Every Don't think too long, buy how. St countv. and if no county fair is held it one talks about it. Any navor maao Francis valley lands are moving upward shal) go to the State Fair. tf to prdor and delivered promptly. Ono sale last week, consideration $200,- 000. The value is higher this week; A good many people who have money to invest are going to invest it in real estate. Why not invest it in tho rich St. Francis Valley lands In northeast Arkansas? These are tho finest agricul tural lands in the southwest, and there are less acres for sale each year and the price higher. Tho question is how long are you going to wait before you . buyi Be not prejudiced against Arkansas, but IS THE BEST IN THE eome and investigate for yourselves. The 8avings Bank is a good place to WORL- Dsave money, out tne place to mane is in because it made of real estate in northeast Arkansas. Call the purest and best inon or write for list of lands we have for -- Bank 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 condition. MM also noises and cattle &' TE&ust & Richmond, Kentucky. Sheep and hogs, 5AIMT nostivel? salt guaranteed to kill and expel all stomacn ana free intestinal worms. Used by lea dire stock men, not only to kill worms, but to It la a '; rtA wonderful, medl-- k FEEDING For Production of Eggs is one very essential point, which you shouW never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless thoy are supplied with the material from whlebi&rgx' are made. A Hen is only a machine for making? Egzs out of the material which she finds in her feed, and unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, aleag with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. This 1; ' mi is vefe contains, more healing, gredients, because it W l-- H, Nswsox Realty . Co., Looking Throufh. "Pray tell D. B. Suae McKinney to Tate & Boa. Telephone 35 E Main Street brightly upon me as upon tho king. The flowers upo the mountalriand the grass in the valley grow and bloom to gladden my fright m well as bis. . I would not take a hundred thousand dell&rs for my eves are of biw value ttewi kwit. all tbe pretHM stoaw in ih. world. haw food aad le4bir, ttw, An I not, timrtiorts, m rich as the kiafT" "You r rifbt," said the kinz, with snile, "bat your greatest tmsure H so and rour eonteoted Mrt. & The shepherd boy answered: "The sky shines as sun In tha bright-blu- e strengthening and upbuilding material than any other Emulsion, and because it is a perftt product of a scaenfc-all- y perfmct process. Doctor thm world oesr rtcognix Wynnf, Ark. a-re Ce-m- . Your Taxes Due. taxes for the yer J9U Our list of ittints tou will be araaM t the H any varittoa for sfeefcl ue. w There Are Paints For Every Purpose. Ftom tit j condition stocic; snarp-aa- s the appetite, iones ami puu r syaiem saape p ui in Que prices. get -- Vet U known Sl country oyer the the great worn destroyer and co a ditto Mr. Coala laaa tkMHt lot eM per each ka4 ao day a. trUta hoc; mm fer other ateck. 'e .top-max- The People's ft Poultry Remedy carries within itoelf every iagroiMoBt necessary for the Production at Pare, Rich a ad Wholesome Eggs. It no t sal aa Be Producer, but a TONIC wfeiefe acts qetekly aye every vkal part, koopfeg the CHICKENS HJ6ALTHY" and free from aft dieoana Mtd predttotag a rapid growth of ibe fowi ia mv hands for collection, in Mrly and avoid the rush, m "well iavkg th penalty, "by prep4 D. A. McCoJ. SbtrMT. 8-- tf bt Scott's Emulsion as thm Standard preparation of Cod Livor Oil Ali DRCQG1ST 11-- etc., to thtiiaestof vsr-nMtW n pelwMc for th furaiture ar pUno. Tell us- what you wan t to do aad '11 supply th ptiat product with Chickens! Chickens!! Fiyiaetttfi wfciea to do It. VTt have a few more Barred t1 Rock Cockerek and F.ullet for al Wow is tha tfae U Mfcdfeur BwHrti, tinUrttp. Oar PitljjU WaO PafCf and Paints Tboaaip- months old.. We at oa etrein. ZOtEtst Main PboaeMt A. D. jixd C D. Mklijc, 8JCHONlV M-- tf Rioawma, Ky Ug, - pyt. brR, BrBl'wterpiats for cellar MCIIIOXr DRUG W. D. Buckley & Co. Rjchmood, Ky. CO. in b&liAkr BJuett6cSon he The Climax $1 a -- if. mrMT i n ' -- r WANT ED 71,6 The likktmi Cwax. (i mumvt M SMUT WEWHTtlUftK i OF BWTISH DUCHESS i JULY CHO Hade Weil By Vinol Letter from a Grateful Mother MOjmnmfiiKCO a. That la Pew Panels Lata Than It te Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. 15 CO RTO RATED. SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sell your tobacco. We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. GII US ATRIAL PHONE. 251. Incorporated -. -: RICHMOND. KENTUCKY NEAR L. & N DEPOT ;- Farmers' Tobacco "Warehouse Company, EAST MAIN STREET Await Dr. W. T. Kiag, aaeietsat aeeretary af tae state board ef aeatth, has feaac Free, Hgr. what he tenac "the UseU" ia .aaert A. D. Killer weteata. He wrote te a spsKtag See'y-TreQ. White W. aoaae a few emya age to aay aambeella for his dawgater, aad Mi mfc tr tf te "hertlag" a pair feaad Uat oae KiTVCCY MtWMBM was Heater than the other. K called mi the atteatiea of the saleeaaaa to hla eighth mstmgt rmsmm umk. diaeevery aad the dumbbell were placed on a balaaec aad weighed, YEAS aad oae found to be fear ounces short $1.00 fIJCE ' BC JLBTAMCX ef the branded weight. aea't believe the miebraadtag WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31 - - - 1912 ceuM be handled under the pure feed law," said Dr. King, "but IsMor Wuir-bo-b mtght take the ease." Dr. King recalled that when Bea-Ha- r was a steve oa the Romaa galley he represented to the overseer that keeping a galley slave chained te oae side of the salp all the time deveioeed him oa oae side only aad tkat the owner was not able to get full ralae received from his price for the slave, and that as a result the slaves were shifted regularly from one side of the ship to the other. In tMs way, Ben-Hu- r was enabled to maintain rugged health and strength until he escaped. "Since dumbbells are Used lor phyIn a heedless moment the Kingthornes yielded to Jimmy's ardent and sical development, a pair ought to be vociferous pleas and admitted tkat it of equal weight. In order to balance might to possible to permit him to the development," said Dr. King. News. have a dog to play with. Up to that time they had been able to match his teasing by a succinct and comprehen PIE WINCE sive "No!" But now life was vasUjr HIPPO ATE A rK Fl V 1 Jimmy Gets a Dog - V WVV1A-- J x different Here A dollar saved is a dollar earned. Earn our dollars and be happy. There Is a comfortable sense of 5afety in buying the .best Your needs in quantity or quality we are pre- pared to supply :::::::: FOR & J6 we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Sewell McKinney Telephones and 223 2 State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Preparatory. State Ccrtifi f ATTDCFC cate. Life Diploma. County UUUiUIJLnJ Certificate, Review, Special TO TUITION ' of the elder If sot greeted by "Dldyuh bring my dogr" was hailed with tb wall, "When kin I have my dogr or "Whut kind of a dog is it I'm going to getr until the King thornes reached the stage where their opinion on dogs as a whole was so Intense that it was wordless. The situation led to dissensions also, for both Klngthorne and his wife ao cused the other of having been the oae who said the fatal word.of assent. The peace of the family was gone, and the more they argued the worse it grew. Of the lot Jimmy was the moBt injured, for with all the bicker, lng because of a dog there wasn't any dog. "You said I could have a dog!" be invariable ended In the plaintively ac cusing tone before which all well brought up parents shrink. When tha Klngthomaa ha4 time to look for a dog they Mrtr could fine) an attractive one, and If they did sea a possibility they lacked the time. Sitting in her living room one after noon conversing with visitors about green tomato pickles. Mrs. Klngthorne after staring from the window, gave a little shriek. "Just the thing!" she cried. "Ifew did it get therer "What?" demanded her caller. "There aren't green tomatoes growing Every homecoming Bembers of the family. But Bill Snyder, the Keeper, Said the Cenfectlon Was Wasted en Mlse Murphy, is throwing money away, according to B1U Snyder, head keeper of the Central park menagerie, to feed a hippo on pies, especially on the mince variety. This observation by the keeper was elicited after he had tossed a beautiful mince pie 'Into the yawning mouth of Miss Murphy, one of the hippos In the menagerie. The hippo had been promised the pie by a man oa the upper West aide fully a week ago. He said he wanted "the kids" to have a laugh. Whea Miss Murphy gulped the pie down yesterday more than a score of persons, as well as "the kids," laughed. It was a conventional 20 cent pie, but Miss Murphy looked more Import tant than 30 cents when she began to crush the delicacy In her seesawing jaws. According to the man who car, ried the pie to the menagerie he had soaked it well in brandy. He was accompanied by two lads. Snyder tickled the hippo's chin with the edge of the pie, and as she opened her mouth, he sent the whole thing in at once, as if it were a straw hat. "Some bugs in this town!" said the keeper. "A woman came here yesterday and wanted to know if she could get a permit to give the lions catnip." New York Tribune. Spice of Ufa, One way of Ironing out domestic difficulties was originated by the late Vaughan Kester, author of "The 'Prodigal Judge." He was living at Guns-toan old colonial estate on the Potomac, not far from Mount Vernon, with his wife, an aunt of Paul who made the dramatic version of "Thais," when he drafted the cons of the Mutual stitution and Help association, retail's the New York Sun, In mentioning the Incident "Everybody's business but my own," was the motto of the association. Under the head, "Declaration of Purpose," appeared this paragraph: "The members of this association, recognizing that there are realms of indecision and irresolution difficult for the single mind to grasp, penetrate and fully explore, have formed aa as--, soclation for the specific purpose that the individual members may have the advantage of every other member's opinion on all conceivable questions affecting his or her personal welfare, believing that by so doing they FlH add the variety which is the spice pf life." n, Wil-gtac- h, by-law- It FREE APPOINTEES out there!" ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE repeated "Pickles Mrs. Klng thorne, dreamily. "No, It's a dog. It doesn't seem to belong" to any one, r Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. either!" isverynoay looked. Tfce dog was most apparenUy youthful, because it i till wabbled slightly when it walked, or, rather, rolled. For it was fat and globular, made still more eo by a thick coat of woolly brown fur. From one end of the brown mass a pink nose stock out and from the other end protruded a tiny plumed tall. He really was too much like an Ideal puppy to be quite true. "There isn't a soul in sight, asserted Mrs. Klngthorne. "And nobody would let a puppy like that go for a walk alone, so it must be lost. It'll get stepped on or stolen or something, and to own It would send Jimmy into hysterics of Joy, so. really, I think it is my duty to rescue the puppy, don't I Going to Build? I I I I I I I I mm I I Lumber On IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR your ELANTON-COuGLET- LUeBER Incorporated Near L. & A. Depot Telephone 425 A Rare Beauty every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and "exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, lings, ear screws and drops at prices that are remarkable for their low figure F. JT. YEAGER Democrats t i 9 strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or dose 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 THE BL5T? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it J. J. GREENLEAF. You want Good County Government, don't your I ne only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for ounty Attorney will ive the best service for the money paid him. It is' a business proposition Jimmy alammad Into the nous 1h Bomemiag sussmed In with hla. It was aa oferrrewa, ealfllke creature, all gs aad tall a team. with a great ugly head, aad its style of architect are was a ot everything from early Greek tewn. Jmmkt cried. Brand. Kes T. "An aaheart maa gave Urn te sm. aa' he's got' to atee te mr reeaa erarytWft'I An' rW aaU I aaM have a deg!" He gave a pasateg uorne, laaignaetly. Everybody wanted to see the puppy so everybody said "Yes," Mrs. Klngthorne went out and brought the animal In. Don t dogs have germs and things?" demanded one of the visit ors. "It is likely to give Jimmy some thing. Isn't That was why everybody followed Mrs. Klngthorne down Into the laun dry to see her give the waif a bath. He was very little and the tub was very big and the soap was exceedingly fluffy, so it took four of them to wash and dry him. Afterward he frisked in front of a grate' fire and Mrs. Klngthorne admired herself extremely for lading him. Jimmy, for some reason, was late, but presenUy Klngthorne arrived. He seemed a little dazed at the chorus of Joyful shrieks and the bundle of brown wool that was thrust at him. "Well!" he murmured in a puriled tone. "That doesn't look a bit like " the one "The one!" cried Mrs. Klagtaorae. "What one, and what is It?" The bell raag Just then and Klngthorne weatto the door. When he rejoined them he was leading by a leash an Airedale pup. A grown-u- p Airedale is without doubt the ugliest dog yet Invented, but an Airedale pup transcends by a hundred degrees the ugliness of the grown-u- n Airedale. There Is so ue In trying to tell what Klngthorne's pup looked like, because If adequate worts could be Jouad no body wtmM kliera tha ecriptlo anyhow. Kiagtborne spoke lata the immense silence almost detantly. "He's a bench dog." he said. "All my llf wanted a JUraaalt and I aa sure Jimmy will be craajr abost this oae. ISO will yen whet you get uaed to Ms looks aad appreciate his noble nature. That brown, woolly thlag aaaat aay aiaas, my dear." ' Well, I like him!" cried Urs. Kls. at close range, Itr Mrs. Richmond New Haves, Conn. "My little girl, ever since her birth, was- - frail and, A carefully ceacealed sensation of sickly and nothing seemed to do her tha hrUHaat "AraMaa Rights Ball," any good until we tried your cod livgiven at Coveat Garden, eame to light er and Iroa tonic, VIdoL As soon as close la Leaaoa when. K was learned that she ooBHaeaced to take it, I noticed aeaeag the glltteriag- threagof orien- an improvement in her health and aptal daacers was her grace the duchess pearance. Shehas now taken three ef autherlaad In male attire that of bottles of Vinol, and from the good It a maaarajak. The Incident was has done her I can say it will do all deemed so aerieos that a family conclaim for it In building up ana eteve was eetied at 8taord house, the J itrenethenlnx: frail and delicate chll a magalneeat Sutherland residence, In dren." (Name furnlshea on request.; St. James street. Another mother of Chicago, 111., , Bat it was not the duke who caused writes: T can not say too much la the trevble, bat the earl of Roeslyn, praise of Vteol for delicate, ailing the eouatess' brother, who ordered his children." skter to "give an account at herself." We aak" every mother of a frail, The duchess took umbrage at this sickly or ailing child in this .vicinity style of cesser and citing his someto try Vlnol on our agreement to re FOR WOMEN what lurid career hade him dehance. turn their money if it does noi uo au te know," she is .re"I would like ported to have said, "who appointed B. L. MIDDBLTON, Druggists you as censor of this family's mor KicnsiOSD, Ky all als; so don't talk rot." croee examination elicited from A the duchess the fact that while she did wear a man's clothes at the ball and also painted her face to a swarthy hue to resemble the eastern poten NT tate, her trousers were very baggy I I as WAA VVT and a cloak enveloped her figure. A So at the conclusion of the inquisi tion the duchess figured that the earl Tof Rosalya owed her an apology. "You see it was all perfectly, inno cent," she said, "and done Just for a lark. You- - really should get down on your knees to me tor stirring up such "It was like this," explained the man fuse." after the others had told him that ho was looking pale, "I was to meet my wife's cousin downtown to buy a pres' YEARLY PAPER OF ALASKA ent for my wife, and, of course, she got tired standing in the was Pufelicatlen ef the Eskimo Bulletin Is store late. I entrance, where wo were to find Evidence ef "regress of Twenty each other, so I started down the' Years. street to meet her. In the crowd I saw coming and she was at her old In the bad old days the masters of her tricks carrying her handbag tucked the whaling vessels sailing from San carelessly under one arm, ready to Francisco to the far north used to tumble out or be grabbed. give the Alaskan Eskimos raw "fire "Keeping my oye on th3 bag, I rewater" In order to secure the valuable solved to give Emma the jolt of her furs they had obtained during the long arctic winter. little they dreamed lite and scaro herasinto a fit of com I got in front of that these fierce children of the north mon sense. Just would one day be so advanced as to her I reached out and took the handprint their own newspaper, a writer in bag. Then I looked at her triumphant the Wide World exclaims. After th.9 ly, condescendingly, accusingly. At terrible slaughter by the whalers of least, I started out with tho Intention Ue alcohol freniied natives of Cape of crushing her with that sort of Prince of Wales, la Bering strait, it gaze, but I never completed it, because well, you see, it wasn't Emma I was a rather ticklish job for a white "It was, however, a perfectly good man to start a Bible class. Still, H A. Thornton attempted It, but he was .imitation of her and she was both shot dead by a boy of fourteen, who Beared to death, hopping mad and was killed in his turn by his own ready for hysterics. There was one kinsman. This affair happened in awful second when she opened her 1890. Two years after W. T. Lopp ap lips to scream and at that instant the 1 peared on the scene with his wife, crossing policeman looked ten feet high to me and fierce in proportion. They settled at Cape Prince of Wales and year after year, until 1903, they in the last panic of desperation taught humanity to the Eskimos. The grabbed her arm so hard that it hurt reindeer was introduced from Siberia, her so she couldn't yell and pleadeO and Mr. Lopp got his pupils to learn for my life. I gasped out that it was Our Department of Planning and Designing can render you valuable assistance to rear the herds. He also taught a mistaKe and sne indignantly as them boat building, carpentering, etc, sured me It certainly was, the biggest in planning, suggesting and working your own ideas into practical shape. and, to put a final touch to bis valua mistake of my life, but that that was ble work, he had a small press brought what they all said when they got from the states, and it was not long caught. Is Free. This after that his pupils were able to com "I assured her that I thought she pose aad print their own paper. This was my Cousin Emma and she looked is probably the only yearly newspaper at me scornfully. She was beginning And further, it places you uuder no obligations whatever. There are many to in the world the Eskimo Bulletin. back her breath and her cour age. She said no doubt Cousin Emma homes in and around Richmond which have been heated by with xmerican Radiwas a most estimable person, but she Old Volume Sold. didn't thank me for taking her for the Bunyaa'a copy of Foxe's "Book ator and Ideal Boilers and 0. A. Burton Water Supply and we believe that cousin of a pickpocket and opened her Martyra" was offered at auction mouth again to scream. I think in each and every one you will find a satisfied customer. Messrs. Sotheby's rooms In London shook her then at any rate, her recently. There were only two bids. scream was lost. I never before talk and the book was finally bought in at ed so fast in my life or so much. It 1 3,000. The vendors were the trus- Was like having three tees of the Bedford Literary institute. thQ drop was sprung seconds before to say The book was to have been sold In wanted to say. I told her all aboutall my London last May, the testltute being who was in the Rev In financial difficulties. It was expect olutionary war and the new house I ed to realise from $40,000 to $50,000. was building and how respectable the .At the last moment, however, the at- club were to which 1 belonged and B. F. HURST, Proprietor Telephone 270 torney general intervened in order to how I had credit at all the stores, 'IN ascertain whether the trustees were "Either I led her to think I was In empowered with the right to sell the Bano took, and It was withdrawn from the gaze and dangerous or else my piteous roused a spark of humanity in sale. After investigation the attorney general came to the conclusion that her, because by the time the crowd the sale could not be withdrawn, and had drawn the policeman to us she Foley's Honey and Tar Com -consequently the book came under the quite snapped at him and told hlin pound "Cures in Lvery hammer. A first edition of Walton's notnmg was the trouble and to go Case." "Complete Angler," published In 1653, back to waving his hand at automo biles and let her manage her own af-Sir. James McCaffery, manager of tho at 35 cents, etched $3,750. have never seen a woman rairs. Anyhow, Bhe let me slink Schlitz Hotel. Omaha, Neb., recom away without raising any row. ' I'm mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com with good sense but w had stm shaking!" pound because it cures in every caso. "I expect she didn't mirfa so much beauty enough to make hermyself and I havo because she'd spent all her money for "I have wsod it to many others who recommended it self highly agreeable. you Christmas, and there wasn't anything have sinoe told me ol its great curative In the pocket book," said one of the power in diseases of the throat and wish to see faces light up with other men. "I'm not precisely breath- - lungs," says Mr. McCaffery. Foley's jess over your very narrow escape, Honor and Tar Compound is a reliable joy and satisfaction just drop Give it to your chiloecause i naa one that was so family medicine. in among the customers much worse a short time ago. Say, dren, and take it yourself when you feol It checks and cures couldn't a blind man with his- - head a cold coming on. s and croup in a sack tell from one brief glance coughs,pneumonia. and pre .rents bronhi-tiand at me that I am a respectable, strait For sale by Stockton Refuse substitutes. & Son. lm laced family man? Could any one ever mistake me for a gay and roistering Make up your mind now that you are oiaae, or aoes any one exist who would going to vote for R. B. Terrill for re dream of accusing me of flirting? Low "Well, the other night I was taklnK election. His record as a public servant my wife and Jones' wife downtown to has nevor been eclipsed by any former owner. Jones was to Join us at the official. tf. Telephone 62 Opera House Building cafe. I stopped to buy a paper and the women walked on ahead. It was ter ribly crowded on the streets that time of the evening, and my wife Is so used to being looked after that I was afraid she would walk under aa auto mobile or sit down and rest on the car tracks or something, so I tore after them. I caught up Just as my wife stepped off the sidewalk to the cross 226 Second St. ing. Slipping my hand under hnr 1 bow, I leaned over close and said dis. tlnctly oh. most distinctly 'Be care- :: iuj, aearie, about crossing the Her Oraee ef Sutherland DaneeeSat Leaaea Masked Bail In Mate Attire. The : Greatest We must : Bargain : Event I Ever Offered in Richmond out our large tock of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and to do this we have slashed prices until values are entirely lost sight of ... Handsome Reversible -- TL ' narrow neir V. - in gray and tan mixtures, some with rool sailor collars and cuffs; also wool black broadcloth and Caracul coats and a most magnificent assortment of the best in fabric (jJQ QO " sO choice now Styles that are worth $18, a beautiful line of ladies' black Caracul coats with sailor collars, extra lenghts; formerly sold at 12.50 We have PU0 O Your choice of any of our $7.50, $8 and $8.50 Ladies' Coats t In this lot there are some beautiful coats in black, tan and black and white checks. These coats are all new styles and nicely For $4 98 tailored E. V. Children's Coats at Greatly Reduced Prices &rt&r&&i&&&& Elder Thinking of Plumbing or Heating Service gt great-grandfath- er RICHMOND IIEATINGr AJ$T PLUMBING COMPANY S Betsy's Pointers "I Corsets, Suits, If at Goats. Lackey & Todd The Home of Prices and 5quare Dealing I A. MOORES S0MEB0DY: - L00K. Hi Ky. it John R. Gibson James B. Walker isea. Why Go Away For Snappy Things in Dry Goods? The largest city markets are cleaned by our buyers, so that we bring the cities' best offerings right to your doors. This saves you railway fare, precious time, and lets you helpyour own town. - oeaab-laatJe- g4aee af aMaUrMtaa seen at the Ueodd Ake4ale ad tae tey waeMy turned pea green and mavba T ent ny xnees to ner ana prayed I'm not sure. "My wife and Mrs. Jones WAT ft Meek and I wan elad thv because my wife is er excitable. I dlan't want to hare to explain to her. "Wasn't It your wife?" "Of course not!" shouted th who was telling the storv. "It's npver tour wup m a Situation like that! oay, lap things that woman snM to me then and there I The memory of mem wanes me up in the night and they make frescoes all over anv wnTt I look at! What did I do? What can a man ao wnen a woman possessing ana nuent command of English and,plenty of time starts In to relate aer opinion, of him to his face? sapu use a goiaash on land and sireetr" DO YOU WEAR SHOES? WANT TO """" "a BUY AT HALF PRICE? FA T t We are overstocked on shoes and must reduce our stock at once. We" have more shoes than any store in town and we must sell. We are willing and glad to sacrifice but we must sell REGARDLESS OF COST OR a reafeaad afea to his wife, "that we eaa cUarefem ear dees!" "I Mweac," said Ktagtaarae. with M who refuses to Jt la always MteaK te argne - Our elegant line of Spring Dress Goods has arrived and is the talk of the town. ttv - If your cblhlfea are subject te at tacks of croup, wateh for the first symptom, boaraenees. Give ChamberlaiB's Oeagh Remedy as soob as the child hoarse aad the aUeek may be warded off. Said by inlaw. 13-1- st m Come and see. f "Nothing oa this earth would h seing sanded over to we peaceeMMi by that wmu it eeag track horse hadn't rhew) hat under the impression that the jaavec oa it were real. In the acltneot 1 took to mr heel, t r. as taeaga I had rotoed the bank aad had ive minutes toe few to eaten the VALUE. v. "Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our "warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bone, Ginseng and Feathers tkat you bring. Beatem-be- r we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have Z The Danger of La Grippe1 grippe eougfae ee your laTar Coaaeeued. take Boaey and R. is Ms final tiaaincy to paeaasofik. Te Fetay's K. fSah- - HATE FOR SALE THE JIir Ecil Brace, far imca Water Taakc, ric., aoa aay kicc'i far a M. kk MacUaerr, WIDESKENTIKXTU l 369 er, Waahiagtaa, Km., says: "I tiewpjea win, a arrere attaek ef M pa aad aetbiaa; 1 did torn aay l was tsweaUDed wita paean mad advieed me te aae Map's aad Tar Oasapoemi aad I ajst ae at oaee. I was wtieeed fiwat tte Irst. By the time I bs4 Waaa bottles my la aria as was wtt, r I MUweroley'a Hooey aad Tar be toe bast medicine I ever nd We are sole agents for Lord & Taylor's line of Hosiery, "Onyx" hose are the best to be- - had anvwhere. Can also fit your feet; with towards, which make your stockings last you twice as bng. Ask to see them. Come and see us jt wSTgiye usjea-- . sure to show you our goods, and sell you. Yours truly,. "Than my wife made me take a btt. tor toate three timer a day for a week Became i aad ne apaeiite for dinner mat Begat!" for bargains and shoes, Queen Quality, too; are marked at less than half price to cut the stock. Not old styles but new goods where we have only a pair or so of a kind. $3.50 values $1.69;. $3.00 Shoes for 1:49,' $2.00 5hoes for $1.00; $150 Shoes for 75 cenfs. We have put in our stock, too, big counters ar John R. Gibson McXeeMock Miss Hedge Obsa-faaad- te Teleptioee && 500 Miss Stoektoa eVgon. dntggitta. Hart lss JCrgaret Phelps looking for soMesaiag different to help him when. I heard of Foley Kidaey nia. Arver be bad token them two days w could site a change and whan. m a bowie Le ;at BuiMwiwo-inwo- t aa eared. That is about sir weeks aae aad ha has net wet the bed sine." jS-lrttr sals byStockton A 8oa. Save tea per cent, en your gnasries by baying fran Cferingtoe-Thorp- a Oa, m Chattel Durham, Lovlagton, 111., lias teat in finding a positive cure for bed wettiac. "My little bov wet (he every night Blear through to the floor. I tried several kinds of xidaey meawtae aad. l was .to the drug store 'n ri i A Two-week- s PRE-ENVENTO- RY SALE begins NOW. W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY Richmond's Greatest Store. s. W You Add something each year tbM will make your Ib is difficult for most h vine more comfortable. of us to buy large quantities of bouse iurnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive, with new things, if you i -- Last and Lowest Cut On And your last and best chance to buy Price-cuttin- this plan spring. follow g something . new every " .. Try It A Splendid Stock,of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. g BE ETT and H1GG1NS UNDER A has reached the limit and Suits and Overcoats will never go lower. Now is the time to buy if you wish your money to bring the greatest returns. Hundreds of fine Suits, and Overcoats to select from, most of them the Kenton make, the,ptlal of any, Prices are made below reason, but we'd rather stand the loss than keep the merchandise KING LOCAL AND j. jt OTHERWISE Ileadleaa Items clothing in the world for style and fit and long wearing quality. fcwore of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury So here are the figures, our last and lowest cut; and mark you, they can never go lower - tt i "2 t . .10 pbJ'Wji., aa the (UBsge ten fold to U (rood too can poa-"- Catarrh Cure, 3 them. IlaH'a Co.. Toledo, O.. J rimer & - err-m-r taken inters llr. sad 7 coon the Mood and nraeosa asr lo berlsK Ilaira Catarrh c ot pet Ue peoaloe. It U taken j made la Teieda. Obis, fcf F. J. free. 1 "rristt. rric. 76c. per bottle. rilla for constipation. H s rami rt lj dctry the tou of (meU hen tfc vchoe rtein mucous saltan. Soefa art tie tued except eo vienrlp--r be -' jt;F li Hurried Header. Irepred (or the $i A50 tf Come r Ky. for dry goods and notions. do and why not you. to Owen JlcKeo, Richmond Others Co. $iQ .JBL--- 50 $1 jLa--a $'650and$I7. 50 -- 50 Jr . 50 and Over coats arc noted as the best sold for the price; we have sliced off oi the price, but let you have all of Your pick for $7.50 one-four- th For -- Rent Apply to Mbs. 3I , r-- street. purchased from B. P. Hudson, of Lancaster, a five' year-ol- d horse for $200. The Madison Milling iBL our finest Suits and Overcoats, the very finest cloth- ing sold in Richmond. All this sea- son's newest styles in a great variety of attractive colors and patterns Sizes The original tickets to fit all men. . plain figures show the marked in former prices $22.50 and $25, choice s Our ten dollar rorcnoceuidu Thos. A, Shelton, agent for Burst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone Architect's Notice. . 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. prepared to draw plans for The business being done by the RichanJ remodeling of all kinds. , c :i "rmsh estimates or superin- - mond Tobacco Warehouse is evidence -- ruction of suofa work. Phono of satisfactory prices. O -s icft for me at The Cmitax John E. Farmer and Miss Lucy Yates, r. i rcce ve prompt attention. or Berea, secured a marriage license : N. B. Tonrix. here Thursday, and were married at the home of the bride on that date. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field having claims against the 7r-- c ! Dc Bates are boreby notified seeds at attractive prices. See us a same to me verified as before buying, tf Arnold & Simmons. J ' 7 law on or before March 1, . ; . r 2E-.-c will be barred. At a recent wedding in New York,says ; zs aaebted to the estate will an exchange, the bridesmaids carried z. c- - and settle at once and save bunches of chrysanthemums which had been dyed exactly lo match their gowns. Saxford Oldham, When you want a reliable medicine White Halt, Ky. for a cough or celd take Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. it can always be depended upon and is pleasant and safe to j3-lHiwwas.r'feaaKS- -: take. Sold by all dealers. g day and Friday will bo ground-hoTELEGRAPH after that we will know what kind of LCwRR.SMJTH BUSINESS GfiV IJt- weather we are to have and can prepare accordingly. Here's hoping be doesn t see his shadow. reJ cay and night the torment "You're a dear, sweet little boy to ';".-- g ples. Nothing helped me take flowers to your teacher!" I used Doan's Ointment. It cured VYes'm. An' I sprinkled lots of pep -caneatly." Hon. John B. Gar- - per on 'em, so she'll sneeze real hard it, Mayer Uirard, Ala. when she smells 'em!" Work has been start' d on the uew Elect Officers. city hall at Carlisle, which is to cost in : Beard of Education met lost week the neighborhood of 812,000, and is to ccrled the following officers who bo modern and in every par hi serve for the next two years: Presi- ticular. pi W E Blanlon; secretary-TreasuGovernor McCreary has offered a re Z. T Rice ward of $150 for the arrest of Aldcn Farm Sold. Jones, colored, who killed a white man rfae ITae Grass Real Estate Co. sold named Harrison Preston in Garrard week for Mr. George Phelps his county. rm near Union, to Messrs. Archie and Bring your tobacco to the Richmond The farm contains 130 Tobacco Warehouses and save time and llizr Dunn tcs and brought 8S5 per acre. money. You can get as much for the Lexington or weed in Richmond ocouts meet uincers. any other market in as instate. 5Y the :e Bey Scouts of this city met last In the local option election in George ke.t asd elected the following officers year. Scout Master, M. town, Thursday, the "wets" carried the ie ensuing Wit' Leader, John B. Bates, Jr.; city by a vote of 531 to 38. The "drys" made no effort and will contest the krpcral, Ben L. Banks, Jr. election which, they claim, is illegal. Bankruptcy Petitions. Rev. O J. Young, of Baldwin, Madi fwo petiiions in bankruptcy were fil-- son county, who was apprised of the bef Die Vt. C. Bennett, Olerk of the death of a man who was supposed to be bcd States Court here Friday from his son, after making. a trip to a point . s:cr-uOne was by Hugh M. near Louisville, found on investigation r larJ, a farmer, and the other was John that it was another person who had been bt -- ssr, a jeweler. killed by a train Gatling Gun. ' Bociiaxas. Administrator's Notice. s for $16.50 "They'll Never Go Lower". Fine Suits and Overcoats, brought beIow the price level of the cheaper kinds. FaultieSs in fit and style, and Cardu, p extra w business men will buy now for next winter at this price. Formerly sold at $18 and $20, choice now for $13.50 "They'll Never Ge Lower" Splendid fabrics and good tailoring in every one of them, and. a wide variety to select from and the price now only $10.50 -- J? An extremely . W price for Suits , cr A ten dollar bill and some change ' i and $4 Sutts and Overcoats,-genuin- e bargains for the man who wants gen-teel, serviceable clothing at small prices. Take your choice for $9.50 -- " "r $,2;5 .uNeveo Lowe- r- " Theyh Never Go Loxver" xheyn Never Go Lower-no- w Last and Lowest Cut On Last and Lowest Cut On WALK-OVE- R Last and Lowest Cut On . HAN AN SHOES the finest made for men finest leathers, finest and most perfect fitting lasts. This store sells them regularly for fifty cents and a dollar a pair less than the big city stores, and we slice the price still lower in this sale. All the newest styles in winter weights shoe-maki- ng SHOES SPEEDWELL SHOES We tnink Speedwell Shoes the best ever brought to Richmond for the price; and you'll think SQ toQ when yQU wear M the ine leathers and all the new styles to pick from Hanan Shoes are known the world over as o Everyone is acquainted with Walk-Ov-er Shoes but no one has ever met them before at these prices. All winter weights, including the . . ,- , , new nigh toes, high heels and arches, m patents, et heav? CaIf et- C- Cut Iower than ever tW 13-l- m r 1 r- to $6 for 4.95; $5.50 grades 4.45 """ 1 Is H 1 4.00 for 3.25 3 50 for 2.75 Last and Lowest Cut On 4.00 grades 3.25 3 50 for 2 75 ' ( Last and Lowest Cut On Last and Lowest Cut On jt' ' Beacon Shoes people know Beacon Shoes the better they like them. Stylish shapes, easy fitting Heavy Shoes JWe know we sell the best work shoes in Boys' shoes Many boys will need another pair of shoes before winter goes, and here is . your opportunity to buy and save The more the lasts and strong wearing quality. . Cut now " Basket Ball. Iwc.l High School defeated the acrcgaUcn of basket ball players d t ynthiana Friday evening at the lg- The score gymnasium. to 3, and was a more interesting :3ti.aa the score .would indicate. S3 Hnyden, of Cynthiana, acted as Ii s i Great Opportunity. is afford the low kt ; to secure extraordinary shoes and gents furnishing 3 R.ce& Arnold are advertising -ccOa' Sale in this issue of The .imax which every reader of this kpc- t:uld take advantage oi ana "c goods at these marked down rrcat oDDortunity In Letter From Former Madi- sonian. W W Coombs, formerly of Madi II' c:---- " fe - At the time oi writing r ;s:bs says they have eight inches ::w and the thermometer has been below zero. The loss of stock :' oeen so great as reported by the -s ard that Morton county had lost -' 100 head. --- :i now a resident of Richfield, Ates that the weather in that Las been very severe during the wter jlackett Estate Not 'Subject To Debts. ll:..ag that the creditors --- of Jacob Ia:acU and T. B. Hackett of this :v ciuld not recover their debts cr the will of the late B. C. Hackett s (c;m of Appeals has affirmed the Food Sate. gcent of the Madison Circuit Court Every Saturday during February tae GrAenleaf. Trustee Liecasn of J Bapttet Church, will i B&akruptcv acainst Jacob and T. B. t.a W Aid of the a Food Sale at If. F. HiajgW farke'-- t Smith St Smith and Burnam conduct fonlti.ira store afi Main 8tr-t- . attorneys for the Hacketts. When the Right Little Girl Loves You" has been the inspiration of the greatest and grandest acts in the lives of most men, and Joe Bren, the popular composer and song writer, is no exception to the rule, as his latest song hit proves. Did you ever realize that nothing on earth can smile but a human being! Gems may flash reflected light, but what is a diamond flash? A face that cannot smile is like a bud that cannot blossom, and dies upon the stalk. Shelby ville Record. It certainly looks good to see so many Normal students arriving in the city. An increased' attendance is expected at this term. The people of the Eastern district are realizing the great advan tares offered in this splendid institu tion and are sending their boys and girk here to receive an education. It has long been a Democratic custom In Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty during the first term of office, and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast votir vote for R. B. Terrill for . tlon to the office of County Court taerk, His record Is open for the closest inspec It-tion. One man came to town Monday with a "plug" horse, and not being able to dispose of it at a cash valnation offered to give it away. He finally found a maa who agreed to take it provided th bridle was thrown in. The ownr said that he had no feed and eould ot afford" to buy at present prices. Hi w a humanitarian view, to say the Mt. Olivet Advance. re-ele-c-- ' 3.QQ OaiilitV fOf f. 350 quality fOf 245 wmm 2-70 Richmond, and you'll agree with us when you wear them. These cut prices include high tops, regular tops boots and bootees. Priced low at Mnnlng, they are great bargains now 3,Q0 Shoes now Better anticipate your shoe needs at these cut prices 5.00 grades now 3.95; 400 grades; now 3. 10, 3.50 grades now 2.95 3.00 grades now 2.40, 2.50 grades now 1 .95 Last and Lowest Cut On 235 2.50 Shoes now 1.95 2.00 Shoes now 1.50 1 .85 Shoes now 1 .35 Last and Lowest Cut On MMtMaMMWMMiMMiMaMaWaMaaaMaaMMMaMaaaWa TrmnciOlJS for 2.00; SaC-rifi- While all hats are greatly reduced, Stetson's alone excepted; we caii especial attention to these two lots 52,50 Sale of Hats for 1.50 - UNDERWEAR . - SHIRTS r ' J. ' ' Greatly overstocked and forced to unload at a tremendous sac- rificc. The offering includes all the new fall and winter stives of every color and shade, in telescopes, creased crowns, pinched crowns, etc.. in soft hats as well as the latest blocks in stiff hats. The, famous Mundheim and Roelofs' quality, the hats we have sold for years, offered no?, at the lowest prices ever known ofaiow!ihfawJtinit.--v.- 3.00 and 3.50 for 2.00; 2.50 for 1.50 . White Shirts excepted. AIL other Every piece of winter underwear .must go without regard to cost or value fine shirts as follows t Of) fnt 79r : FA rartic flAW 30 Wr r .i" fjV VViiio I1U TY Os .25 IOr 1.00 r ' ' mf V XoOU IOf HOW 1 V IN TT f ? DO W UOK)' ' " tCA"' . nnw II C lAD No reduction on cheaper shirts ' " lst. Last and Lowest Cut on Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Men's and Boys' Odd Pants, Heavy Work Coats, Etc., Etc., For Cash to One and All Both Legs Broken. - Five Hcga Richardson- of thjfi city, bridge Ib Faliee Court Statu rdy sunk two arpei er on the & A. railroad, watle fa atamnnii flaw of MOO and e i wcrk on Tate s Creek Brffiee. Thurs- U days is jU U two ww tweaty-igffeet, 7 'e.. a distance of lreaK.ag both legs. Mr. Richardson dart la iaiLasd hm M9 d twisty-fou-r on ! Jail, all &m Fca.d certain lv have mat instant death ko wrwn J! whUkT. FH Vat for the fact that he fejl Jsto about ft A OOOft wo feet of water. The isjurcA brought to the P&Uie A. Cly If -- Hi- a&ry, thU city, where h CHWf ilLluriTl cng nicely. -- Get Soaked Over a Oiarf of Whisky. - ct to tf Ttnm n Wblab aMasa -- COVINGTON and BANKS BEGINNING Saturday Men's Shoes now $4.79 $6.00 Men's 5tacy Adams 5hoes, now 4.29 550 Men's 5tacy Adams Shoes, 5.00 Men's Florsheim, black and tan, now 3.29 4.00 Men's 5well Shod, black and tan 3J9 We will offer our entire stock of Shoe$, Hats and Men's Furnishings at greatly reduced prices This will be an opportunity to buy better goods at less money than at any time during the present yean With the exception of a very few small articles, we will sell everythiug at much less than the regular price We are determined to reduce our stock and to realize cash money on the same No goods charged at these prices Remember " the dates and do not expect goods at these prices after the sale is over of 'of Continuing for 10 Sale Days Ladies' Shoes $4.00 Ladies' Shoes 3.50 Ladies' Shoes 3.00 Ladies' Shoes 2.50 Ladies' Shoes 2.00 Ladies' Shoes .50 Ladies' Shoes --1 3rd at 9 A. M. - 350 Men's 3.00 250 W. L Douglas, black and tan 2.79 - now 239 Men's W. L. Douglas - now 1.99 Men's W. L Douglas - now $3. 19 now 259 now 2.39 now .99 now .79 now .29 1 1 1 Misses' Boys' Youth's and Little Gents' Shoes all at Reduced Prices In order that we may complete arrangements for this sale, our store will be closed from : These Prices Are Strictly Cash Nothing Charged The reputation or this house for square dealing and fair treatment is sufficient guarantee that every item will be sold as advertised Thursday February J, at 6 p m,t to Saturday, Feb. 3 52.0Q Suite 150 Suite 1.00 Suite Men's Underwear -- now $ 1.59 now 1.19 now .79 $150 Shirts 1 TVIen's Shirts .00 Shirts now $1.19 now 7.9 Begins Feb. 3, and Lasts 10 Sale Days Don't Miss This Opportunity Suspenders and Soeks Men's and Boy's Gloves Socks $M Silk Socks 30;SiIk .25" ..15 : : Men's Hats $5.00 John B. Stetson Hats 350 John B. Stetson Hats 3.00 Stiff and Soft Hats . now $3.99 now 2.79 now 2.29 : : : : : : : Socks (except Interwoven) : : : Socks : -- 50 Suspenders .25 Suspenders : now 79c now 39c now 19c raw 7c now 39c now 19c $2.00 Gloves 1 50 Gloves Gkves-50 1.00 Gloves .25 Gloves v now $ 59 now 1.19 no'w .79 now 39 "now .19 1 Great Reduction on Suit Cases and Traveling Bags goods. These prices quoted are on new and up to date Reduced Prices On Ali Hats found on our Bargain Counters odd sizes, out of date and otherwise, Our broken lots of Shoes and Slippers, will be We Guarantee the Price and Quality of Every Article Sold to be as Represented l mum hhhi 214 WEST MAIM Sale Will Betin PrornDtlv at 9 A. M. Satmdav. FebV 3, and Closes Wednesday NfeW. Feb'y Kai 6 PL RICHMOND, KY