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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1912 Teachers' Pension Bill. NUMBER 33 A Righteous Decision. L. R. Blantoit WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. ' Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 Oliver Chilled Plowt II II II II II wi3 da rnor. worfc. rrhh th. umc ixnount oi lrfr. ad do It &et.thmmmAj otter plowt nude. Ttity ar toon Gron&y knOt, they wear ionxrr. and scour ptriecily. OLIVER'S CHILLED METAL U the btil nuterUt rht MtfmluotbccooAraeUoao'sptawaadAuidaaloaa.laa daw by ItwU, cmlrely bor avcccwM coeyctitio. II 11 m M JL II OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS kwo their old frkodi as well u win ant ant tcenu tbey w built right, tbey ma ricttt, and bacauaa tfcay th. Lighted Draft Plows Known w I WSKAVXTOW. Lrn err tocttiux TOU ffttD THDL W I III ff If T -- , B,B I rr The Teachers Pension Dill has been introduced in Ihe Lower Houso at Frankfort. This bill provides for a pension fund from which pensions are to be issued to the teachers retiring after thirty years of active service, and also contains a sick benefit proviso. To raise tho pension fund a tax of $10 or $20 a year will be levied on the teach ers, according to their salary, and also one half of I per cent on all t arables city property. The fund, after the first year. would bo approximately $3,000, and NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE the bill provides tor the investment of this money in some paying proposition. According to tho provisions of the bill a teacher retirine after thi ty years of Fallen Asleep, Give the Countersign. active service shall receive $600 a year In tender momory of little Mayme, and for any teacher retiring after How to enter ths newspaper office: twenty-fiv- e years active service a pen ' Advanco to tho inner door and give infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Slope Maupin, who died January 15, 1012. sion of $500 per year is allowed. three raps. The devil will attend the W. Little Mayme is dead. The briof give your name, alarm. You will the little sunbeam, Whose Is Ii? postofflco addross and number or span is seercd, loving Charles Morgan, the ngro who was been a subscriber dropped as a priceless jewel into 6'rs you have recently killed in the rall'oad wreck at to the paper. You will advance to tho arms of adoring young parents, has fulAtlanta, Ga., is said to have had his center of tho room, wiiere you will ad- filled its mission, and gone back to the life insured for $1,000, payable to his dress the editor with tho following coun God who gave, as sweet, pure and Hootwife, and that she had her life insured tersign; Hold the right hand about two ing as the mists frolicking snow flakes for half that amount, payable to her feet from tho body, with the thumb and that mantled the earth just as the spirit husband. If both were instantly killed, fingers clasping a ten dollar bill, which of our babo winged back its flight to will tho money go to his people or to you will drop into tho editor's hand, eternal glory to Heaven and to rest. her people! If he died first, the money saying, 'were you wailing for me?' The Blessed bo our resurrected- - bab, the belonged to her at the time of his death, editor will grasp your hand and bill, little mound in the city of our dead and the finger of promiso pointing to the and if she died first, the money belonged pressing it a d will say: 'You bet! way of peace. Rest to her soul; sweet to him or to his estate. In a cas in sleop to tho mouldering clay. which a man and his wife had made FAILURES MAN Fallen asleep dear babe wills in each oihor's favoi and both Callod back to our God to rest. were drowned by the sinking of a boat, being present the But Parisian Sage Overcame Your white hands crossed on your no other per-obreast as soft Courts decided that as the man was the Miss Kruger's Hair As down on a dove's sweet breath. than he probably lived Stronger, Troubles. Tenderly, unaware. the wife and the property went to his PARISIAN SAGE is not guaranteed Sleep came in the waning night a railroad accident, strength people. In bald heads but it Is to grow hair on would cut no figure and this precedent guaranteed oy ino wen Known urug And kissed her there on the twilight serve. would not gist Perry to stop falling hair, eradicate That leads to the morning l'ght. dandruff and stop itching scalp, or Only a little dust money back. Sold in every town in America by loading druggists for 50g So small that a rose might hid.o it, And wo trust in God or try to trust a bottle. Uead Miss Eraser's letter: "PARISIAN SAGE is the best hair When we kneel in grief beside it. grower and beautifier and dandruff cure. I lost all my hair through ty- We kneel at her grave and say, phoid fever. I was almost baldheadcd Wo only dream that we weep; and my scalp was as sore as could be. I She would not leavo us and go away tried everything, but in vain. Finally I She has only fallen asleep. tried PARISIAN SAGE, and after using that photo she Remember one bottle my hair started to grow, and And that sbo will awake we know, has grown three or four inches Inside of And smile at a grief like thisl two menths. I advise every woman now could not'be she will leave us so. gave you at Xmas who wants beautiful hair to use PARIS- It kiss. M. Kruger, With never a good-nigIAN SAGE." Miss Meta JJrowntown, Minn. So we kneel by her gravo and say, it is up to you We only dream that we weep; Boajciers Wanted. She wouid not leavo us and go away ) 10 12 a. hi. Open Sundays j 2 - 4 p. hi. Good clean rooms and goqd table. Apr She has only fallen asleep. Aujjt Ida. ply to Mrs. Clyde Pollens, Richmond, y., January 23, 1013. 331 Moberly avenue, 31rtf BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYAL The Winchester Democrat says: "Judge Evans this week rendered a decision that will make him solid with the women; a lady, tho wife ot a tenant farmer, sold turkeys, chickens, eggs, butter, etc., saved the money and bought a horse. Without her knowledge or conseni. her husband traded the animal off. The trade did not suit her, and he brought suit for the possession of hor horse. While admitting tho source from wnicn sno purcnaseu me horse, theoppoing lawyer claimed that all these things which she had sold really belonged to her husbar.d. Judgo Evans would not see it in that light and orderod tho horso returned to her." a THE STEARNS (WHE ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) MATTRESS SHOWS YOU HAVE TO a FOSTER BUVri-FAlfwM"TAH- IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAiNSiDE0ljiu0NJ COLDS VANISH. The Sensible Overnight Rem edy for Sensible People, After you have upset your stomaoh with pills, powders and vile nostrums and still retain possession of that terri ble cold, do what thousands ol sensiblo people are doing. Do this: full of boilInto a bowl ing water pour a scant tcaspoonful of ITYOJIEl (pronounce H ttign cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe for fivo minutes the soothing, healing vapor as it arises. Then go to bed and awaKe witn a cle ir head in the morning. HYOM.EI does not contain opium cocaine or any harmful drug. A bottle ol HlOJlfcl inhalant costs 50c at Middleton's drug store and druggists everywhere. Guaranteed for catarrh, asthma, croup and ca arrhal deafness. thrce-qearters e) look Tm6uMiMiucg ommMz inc ua1$u3 whatSimsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE PI EST, 1 THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. Field 5eeds. Wholesale cash prices to consumers. Choice Red Clover 313.25. Pino Tree Timothy $7.50 and all other farm seeds. RoofWire for Fencing. Ready-mad- e ing. Nelson's Victory Flour. Dairy Feed. Write for samples an prices. You can save $5 to $25 on winter And spring purchases. Both phones. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington, Ky. r No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as. to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. Made in the best qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Taxes Due. Your taxes for the year 1911 are now wmo in my nanus ior collection. in early and avoid the rush, as well as saving the penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 8-- tf Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. ht The People's Stock Remedy, At this season you should not he without a package at The People's Stqcft R,em.edy; 2qc and 50c. Cure that old sore, cut or wound by applying The People's Antiseptic Healing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug 30-t- f Company. A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. Automobiles Painted. At my shop on Third St. 1 am pre pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I have a painter of long ex pofipnee and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give mo a trial and Horse shoeing, Blacksmithlng repairing in all branches. 12-t- f James A. Moobes Administrator's Notice. D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Telephone 33 MAUGHEY All persons having claims against tho estate of W. Ii. Tatem, deceased, are Boarders Wanted. requested to filo same property proven At my home, G10 North Second street, as required by law, on or before March I nm, prepared to accommodate boarders Those 1, 1912, or same will bo barred. board and lodging or day board only. knowing themselves indebted to the Mrs. Claka Trayloe. estate are urged to call and settlo came 29-- OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty at once. riiono 703. tf Sg&g?m Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone W. E. Tatem, Administrator, Silver Creek, Ky, and live slock insurance. t March 1, 1912. Xt. S. O. R. a O. L. hustling Casli Store The f ft I $15.00 $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for 12.50 20.00 Suits and Coats for 10.50 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Coats for 7.95 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coats for 75c to 4.50 Children's Coats, worth from 1.25 to 8.50, for Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for thequaIity;than:ever.khown All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Remnants and Odds and Ends Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men s and Boys Clothing and Ladies Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced Prices Prices on All Winter Goods $2.50 $20.00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for 10150 ..15.00 and 1?.50 Suits and Overcoats for 8.50 12.50 Suits abd Overcoats for 7.50 10.00 Suits and Overcoats for 6.75 10.00 Cordurov Suits for Roys' Suits and Overcoats at equally low prices Men's Odd Pants from 75c :up Big E Nuff every day Shirts for men with more goods in.themirthan you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c . As is our custom, we wili high t class merchandiae at a price to close out all odds lots and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If not as both advertised we will not ask you to buy. These prices continue as long as advertised. We are anxious to serve you to the mutual interest of offer, l HAMILTON .1. m t?H"Bfc " 1H"'B''SkBi B"B Bv 'TBT'' TbJ Bb - bHT BBL Tb TbT''BB BBLBB AbCh B"I''BB HSbBB. ''w bSL- - ASLJ Overworked. Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market fox new and worthy goods, and' we PERSONAL SOCIAL ItCI mmi AND Owinir to the heavy strain put upon our press s recently, in consequence ef vast amount the out, our largestop wobk we are turn press Is slightiy dising is of Interest Reer4lni Home-fol- k Other. "If instead of a gem or even a flower tne gut oi a loveiy thought into the hear, that would be we could cast re spectfully invite your attention to our line of Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Gall and see us as we are now readv to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN McK EE The Richmond Climax. TO THE COMMITTEE ri)CtKa CTCKT WOEBSiT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White On Kentucky Statutes of the House of Representatives, Frankfort, Kentucky. Gentlemen: The undersigned physicians of Madi respectfully represent to your honorable body: First. That there are 31 registered doctors in this county and of this nura ber 23 are actively engaged in the prac Two are tice of their profession. son oouBty, negroes. Second. Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. KWrf KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATUR mi EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. doctors That 15 of YEAB constitute the Madison the above Medical County Society, and of this number only 12 are IN ADVANCE active members of the said County WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7 - - - 191 Medical booiety. the recent press reports Third. That sent out from trankfort, by Dr. J. Is A FBATOBEeC the legislative proceed- McCormack, to the effect that 23 out of 32 of the local physicians opposed ings m Virginia feet week was tfee tetro-daeii- investigation of the Board of Health the by mar our Representative, L. B. Herrington, sf & Mil wfaieh forbids the nag e sf irMtker4 aad drug fieds and and endorsed Dr. J. X. McCormack, are provides a penalty ef SlOd and one year's fake. That they have heretofore signMr. Herrington a potition Hnprisoameat for the clerk who issues ed his efforts endorsing to eliminate machine rule in minister from State Board of Health, and. to lieeese to HK persess aad the change the system of appointing memperferaaiag the ceremony. bers of said board, and they now renew Sevbral bobUis were speat by Hob. their approvala of hisofconduct. They few the physicians progressive Uopubli-oaaSesat- say that only Jonathan Bow-Be- , here are acquainted with Dr. J. X. from Oregon, in gathering work and that the underdata on the swbjeot of the use ef Federal signed have taken a keen interest in the patroe&ge to eoBtrol national ceavee-tioa- affairs of the State Board of Health and especially ih the work of Dr. J. X. Oa sipbt reeeatly hts effiae was they oonstitutea majority entered, and hi6 files were looted of all of the Madison County Medical Society, and are members of the State Medicai this material. Association;tbat seven out of the underdelegates Josr row the Democratic party seems signed have beenthe Stale to the House Association; e trouble, of Delegates of to be ailia' with that and since the organization of the MadiColonel's eetic. Too staay Coteaek in son County Medical Society,said society her nMet. OefeBek WattersoB. Har- has been represented by some of the vey and Hearst aad ethers are taking up undersigned at each meeting of the natters where Ootoaek Cal Brkse. Oli- House ol Delegates. are informed that They say that they ver Payne, Whitley aad MeLean left there are over 3,000 doctors in Kenea; trjinp to lead a great party named tucky; that for more than twenty years Democratic rraand by the nose. Cie- Dr. J. X. McCormack, and a few of his favorites have been in control of the na i Poet. State Medical Association, and have dominated the affairs of the State Board interests wea a of Health; that no accounting has ever vietory ia the United States Supreme been made to the profession or the peoCourt by a decision that railroads must ple of Kentucky for the fund which carry beer when offered for transporta- arises from the registration of doctors, or the fund which from the licenstion into "dry oo unties" ef another ing of the doctors,arises the fund which or The deoisiea affects particu- arises from the issuing of certificates to State. larly sMpaents from Iftdiana into Ken- d ctors who move from this stato into tucky. The Court held that beer aad other states, or the fund which arises stufrom the granting of certificates iatoxiaatiag liquors were legitimate dents entering medical colleges into Kencommodities of eoameree under the in- tucky. That they never knew what disposition was made of the various approterstate law. priations made by the Legislature. That Sbkatob La ollbtte, ia a public they never Knew that Dr. J. X. Mcapeeeh at Dayton, Ohio, a few days ago, Cormack at any time held both the position of Secretary of the Board and State said: "Women have as muoh right to Sanitary Inspector, and thought his sal the ballot as men. There are 7,000,000 ary was $1,200 per annum as specified worn on in thk oouatry earning their in the statutes, instead of $3,000 pr anown living by days wages, and they are num, as has been shown that he was 1900 to 1907. That the adding to the woakh ef the nation. For drawing from people of Kentucky are entitled to know this reason they nave a moral right to the full facts regarding the amount and have a voice in the questions of sanita disposition of all the above named tioa and all that goes to improve living funds; that same must amount to many thousands of dollars; that they are enconditions of the home, whiofa are gov titled to know how Dr. J. X. McCorm-aokan- d eraed by legislation." his family and friends have been able to maintain themselves in RtntOBfi that Governor MoCreary is power during all ibis time, and they pressing hard for the fulfillment of bis urge upon this committee a full invest!- ation of everything connected with the platform pledges are aeceptable ia our late Board of Health. ears. It was a good ptatferra. and, if They especially recommend that a we get all ef them oa our statute books. change be made in the manner of mak we wea't have tee much Louisville ing appointments on the Slate Board of Health, as provided in Herald, The above, coming as it does and that the headquartersHouse Bill 74. of the Board from the leading Republican paper of and Laboratory bo moved from Bowling the State, shews that the people of Green to Frankfort, Ky., which is in Kentucky have nothing to regret for the central part of the State as contemplated by and provided for in the Stahaving elected the tteket they did last tutes of Kentucky. faM, aad the Herald is to be oongratu They say that they believe that Madileted upon the oourrse it is taking in son county's representative, Hon. L. B. regard to the new administration by Herrington, represents the wishes of all the people of Madison county, who giving honor to whom honor is due. understand the situation, and that they heartily commend his manly courThe Climax publishes elsewhere in ageous course as a member of and Legisthe issue a memorial to t e Legislature lature. this 1. Clarence H. Vaught of Kentucky.sigHed by sixteen members 2 H. C. Jasper of the Madison County Medical Assooia 3. C. E. Smoot Cms. The objeot of this paper is to 4. H. C. Pope urge upon the members of the General 5. Vardy Tvlor 0. H M. Boxley Assembly the importance of a full and 7. J. G. Bosley complete investigation as to how the af8. W. K. Price fairs of the State Beard of Health and 9. J. W. Harris Kentuoky State Medical Assooiatien the 10 R. M. Phelps 1L Jno. 11. Uutledge have been conducted during the past 12. Chas. S. Holton twenty years. The Climax cannot unIB. T. J. Taylor derstand why Dr. McCormack or any 14. Giles Harris member of the profession in Kentucky 15. J. B. Million 1C. W. U. Martin should objeot, in the slightest, to such aa investigation, since it is a State office and the people of Kentucky have EASTERN. & right to knew how and where the money appropriated by the Legislature The public drinking cup with its buris expended. den of communerable factura and diet banished from the campus. The Eaton compulsory primary bill has been fountains will shonlr h in. Runninsr passed the Senate Wednesday by a vole stalled fn every building, including the of 37 to 6. It is an adminis'ratlve mea- uuriuiwnes. sure aad is designed to do away with Schildkrets Hungarian Orchestra ren political bosses in Kentucky. It pro- dered an attractive program to a capavides that both parties shall hold prim- city house on Wednesday evening. The next number or the lecture ary eleotious on the same day under the be given on Saturday, Feb. course will 15th, when direction of the State. The House at Dr. Hubert L. Wlllett. of Chicago, will speak. The hour Is 8:00 p. m. the same time undertook the consideration of the Thompson bill and adopted Prof. McDougle has been appointfd amendments making it nearly like the organizer of the K. E. A. forces for the Eaton bUL It was said that the Thomp- Eighth District for the coming year. The association is making an effort to son bill would pass the House by a large increase its membership to 2,500 before majority. The Eaton and Thorn psou the annual meeting and Prof. McDougle. bilk give the people unrestricted free will act as recruiting officer for the 6th dom in the selection of their candidates district Eastern Is a lusty infant. The Janufor office, and does away entirely with packed conventions and similar prac- ary just passed marked her fifth birth day and ber whole equipment is y tises. The bill passed by the Senate outgrown. The third term of was amended only 'slightly, aad these the present year began January 29th; were accepted by the committee. The the enrollement was 40 ia excess of Helm primary bUL offered in the Senate that of any previous term. Class rooms dormitory as a substitute, was defeated by a vote are overcrowded, sitting on space seniors the of 26 to 12. An amendment providing with the faculty in chapel, platform because that the law shall not apply to primaries there is no room in the auditorium, and the teaching force is working overtime already called loyally for this year In order to take care of the krga numdefeated. ber of students FBICE fl.00 FEB c. eW-Um- Iwk giving as the angels give." Mr and Mrs. Henry James and daugh ter. Roberta, spent Saturday in Isling ton. Miss Mav James sncnt the week-en- d wiih Mrs. T. J. Coaiei and family in Frankfort. Miss Mvrtle Gott has cone to George town college o take a course in music and education. Miss Gladvs Perry entertained at Bridge Saturday afternoon at her homo in li u roam wood. Editor Green Clav Walker, of Lan caster, was a pleasant caller at The Cli max office t Tiday. Mrs. J. D. Drkcs returned last week from a pleasant visit 10 her daughter, Mrs. Hanley Xippert, in Cincinnati. Tho Tribble home on West Main will be cl.ised for the winter and Miss Tillie Tribble will bo at Hotel Glyndon. Miss Bessie Tribble will leave in a ihort time for an extended visit to her aunt, Mrs. Stoll, in Xew York City. Georee Martin returned Sunday from Richmond, where he had been visiting and daughter. Oynthi- his ana Democrat. Clark Allman left Wednesday for Fla.. where he has accepted a po sition as prescription clerk in a drug store in that city. The Circle met with Mrs. It C. Stockton last week. The program was Interesting and the hostess made the occa-- sion an enjoyable one Rev. D. H. Scanlon and Mr. R. R Burnam left yesterday for Chattanoog to attend tho Lavman's Convention of ihe Southern Presbyterian church, in se sion this week, in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert bailee are rejoicing the congratulations of a host of friends over tne arrival oi a oeauuiui daughter on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn and children. who have been visiting tho families of Judge Black and D. li. lireck, lelt Mon day for theit home in Omaha. Rev. J. M. Mason, president of Margaret college, Versailles, will preach at Christ Episcopal church at U o clock Sunday next, February 11. Every b dy invited. Mis?es Amelia and Besi McWhorter left Monday for Richmond, where they will enter the Eastern Kentucky btate Xormal for the remainder of the school year. Berea Citizen. Among those who entered the Xor mal School at Richmond this week were: Misses Emma Sears and Re becca Bennett and Eddie Taylor and Miss Emma Taylor. Somerset Times. Rev. T. P. Edwards, of Waco, has bieu called to the pastorate of the Bap list church at Turner's Chapel, about nine miles from Richmond on the Lan caster pike. Rev. Edwards will preach there on the intra baturuay ana bunaay of every month. Miss Lucy Doty, of Lancaster, has ac cepted a position in the law office of Cobb & Collins. Miss Doty, who is craduate of Danville School of Sten ography, is not a stranger in Richmond, having frequently visited ner sister, Mrs. Edward Smith, in this city. Miss Rubie Davis, of Union City, has returned to Richmond after a short stay with her friend, Miss Charlotlie Azbill of Red House. A large party of young folks were entertained at Miss Azbill s home on Saturday last in honor of Miss Davis All reported a delightful time, Mrs. J. J. Haggard had as ber guest Tuesday Mrs. C.E. Douglas. Mrs. Quirk Deatherage. Mrs. X. B. Dealherage, Mrs. Elmer Dealherage, Mrs. Webber Hamilton, Mrs. J. Evans, of Richmond and Miss Amos Grider, of Kansas City, ilo. Winchester Cor. Licxington tieraid. Mrs. James Ferguson, of Pans, is very ill, and her friends both here and in Paris are alarmed at her condition Mrs, Ferguson will be remembered as the beautiful Miss Ollie Pigg, formerly of this city, .'the is a sister of U. li Pisrg and niece of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. son-in-la- w De-lan- d. - abled, hence Tnu Climax did not make its USUAL AFPEAHAXCE AT DAYLIGHT Zittle Miss Xora Zittle, daughter Wednesday morxiso, but delayed its and Mrs. D. Zlule, died at her coming until after breakfast. home in Waco, January 15, of a complication of diseases, having been room James B. 5touffer's Opening. confined to her devout fourteen weeks, member of the Deceased was a Read elsewhere the advertisement of M. E. church, South, having given her B. Stouffer's display of Spring and life to the Lord early in childhood, bhe Summer suitings on February 14 and 15 was of a quiet and gentle disposition, at his place of business on Ma n street. always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. The patience with Mr. Turley Appointed. which she bore her long illness was Christian an characteristic of her beautiful conducted baturday Governor McCrearv were th'e appointment of Mr. R. E. lifo. Funeral services nounced pastor. rcsidenco by Turley. of this citv. as a delegate to the at the V. O. Beck, her former Key. assisted . by Southern Commercial Congress to be Rev. in the presence of a large and Wvatt. held at Xashville, April 1 to 0. Stfna sympathizing concourse of friends, after S. B Glenn and B. M. Arnett are tors which the remains were laid to rest oy also named as delegates. the side of her father and mother in the College Hill burying ground. She is A Failure. survived by ono brother, V. B. Ciltle, When the Burley Tobacco Pool was and three sisters, Mrs. G. D. McFinnoy organized several years ago it was an and Miss Fannie Zittle. of V aco, and W. Lowry, nounced that Missouri would enter in Mrs. II. C.sympathy of Huntington, com of the entire field as a raiser of Burloy tobacco and Va. The nuito a number of skilled tobacco farm munity goes out to thorn in their sad ers were induced to go mere lor inai bereavement. purpose. They are coming back wiser Has Congressional Bee. and poorer, and convinced that tobacco raising there is a failure. Jack Cbinn, of Harrodsburg, who is Do you know that more real ilanger in Frankfort, to see what the soIods are lurks in a common cold than in any doing, admits that the Congressional bee other of the minor ailments? The safe ts buzzing tn hts bonnot ana that condi way is to take Chamberlain s Cough tions may arise that wlil cause him to Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prepara get into tho race for the Democratic tion, and rid yourself of the cold as nomination, and in that event, "you can quickly as possible This remedy is for take it from mo," says uoi. utunn, "that will beat the barrier apd finish in sale by all dealers. front." Col, Chinn, who lives in the bowels, Eighth Congressional district, is one of For a cold, easy action of tho a snide dose oi uoan s iteguieis is the most Interesting political characters enough. Treatment cures habitual con in the State, and has a nost oi devoted stipation! 23c a dox. ask your aruz- - friends, who would stand by him to the last, lie has served In tho Senato and gist for them. House. He is close to tho tobacco grow ers and stands solid with the organized dairymen Louisville Times. or-Mf7-i- m L Deaths w ii 1 1 IN FULL CONTROL OF LEGISLATURE Goyernof McCreary Pushing His Program Right Along, ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! STRONG POLITICAL ADVANTAGE Scratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as if you could almost tear the burning skin from your body Not Only Does Majority Party Stand until It seems as If you could no Committed to Certain Things, but t loncer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nights So Happens That the Most Import agony. of sleepless Then a few drops of D. D. D tho ant of These Measures Are the Very famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what reiieri rne lien gone instantly: comOnes to Which the Governor Has rest fort and D. at last! Is a simnle external wash D. D. Lent the Weight of His Influence inflamed that cleanses and heals therecognized skin as nothing else can. A Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 6. Not since specific for Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum or any other skin trouble. the session of 1904, when Gov. Beck ' We can clve you a full size bottle Of the genuine D. D. D. remedy for ham was In complete control of the 11.00 and If the very first bottle falls legislature and was able to put to give relief It will not cost you a through anything he wanted, has a cent. We also can clve vou a samDle bot governor been so completely the mastle for 25 cents. Why suffer another ter of the legislature situation as Is nay wnen you can Get a. v. u.t Gov. James B. McCreary at the present For sale by StOCktOnfiSOD session of the general assembly. He occupies the position for various rea sons, some of them political, but his OPERA HOUSE Saturday, Feb. 10 greatest strength lies In the fact that the Democratic party stand's commit ted to certain things and those things are what the governor recommended for enactment into law. That the governor and his friends "The Two Orphans" are able to pass any bill pn which they picture art set their, hearts, is generally conceded The master piece of motion The greatest dramatic picture ever now that the cpunfy unit bill has. been made. No advance in price admission 10 cents, bpecial music. half past two. f Messrs. R. II. McKinney and J. S Sewell, members of the well known firm of Sewell & McKinney, have both been confined to their homes during the past ten days. Mr. bewejl has been suffer ing with an aggravated case of tonsi litis, but is now able to attend to his duties at tho store. Mr. McKinney, who has been threatened with pneumonia, is improving, and will be able to resume his work in a few days. Miss Ruth Ray left Monday to enter the Aormal school at Richmond. .luch ard Lackey is in Madison county visit ing his ujcle, Samuel Lackey Miller Lackey, or Madison county, is with Mr. and Jiff. William Lackey for a visit Hiss Mayme Dickerson, of the Rich mond Xormal, was at home for a short George Goodloe, of Richmond visit has been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs W. O. Goodloe. ...B. F. Hud son and J. J. Walker were in Richmond to see Baker Walker, who is still n carded as critically ill.. ..Mrs. John Mount gave a dinner party last Thurs day in honor of Misses Sarah Daniel, of Paris, and Mary Miller, of Richmond Choice and tempting refreshments were Miss Lortie May McLobcrts served gave a party Tuesday evening, the honored being Misses Martha Burke, of Illi nois, and Jane Stockton, Julia White and Callie Shackelford, of Richmond Lancaster Rocord. Judge W. Rhodes Shackelford, of Richmond, is in the city for a several days' stay Mrs. Warfield Bennett, nee Miss Esther Rurnam. came from Richmond yesterday, and is the guest oi Mrs. rnomas j. bmith and lamily at the Frankfort Hotel. She came to attend the cotillion last evening and the reception of Governor McCreary's toMrs. Rogers Clay gave a most night beautiful luncheon Saturday for Mrs. Thomas J. Smith in her attrective home on the South Side. It was a de lightful affair, and exquisito Killarney roses in pink were used profusely in the table, decorations, and the lunch was served from a table most beauiiful in its appointments of cut glass and sil ver, and was much enjoyed. Those present were: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Robert Winn, Miss Mary Mason Scott and the lovely hostess. Mrs. Smith is receiving mucn attention in this, her adopted home, and wherevor she is found she i alwavs the center of a delightful gath enng.. .juiss jvainryne xootn ts ex pected to leave Monday for Richmond, where she goes to prepare herself for teaching at the Xormal school Mr and Mrs. Feemster and two daughters came irom lucnmona yesterday, and are guests of their sister, Mrs. Mabel Warwick, in her home on tho South L bide. Frankfort Xews-Journa- Broke Her Wrist suppeu ana ten on an icy pavoment sustaining a bad compound fracture of the left wrist, one of the bones protrud ing tluough the flesh. This is thesecond distressing accident of that nsturo that nas happened to Mrs. Ireland within low months, bhe had a fall on a stair way, breaking aTone In the left wfist, in same place, which had scarcoly heal ed. This time the fracture is much worse, both bones being broken. Mrs. James Ireland, of Maysville, sis- ler oi Mrs. unas. I'igg, or this city, County Court The smallest crowd to attend county court in years caafe to town Monday, yet no one could expect many people to .brave the weather, with tho theomome-terelgdegrees below zero. In order to attend this court. As a result of the small crowd business was very slow in evry line. At the Madison Stock Yards there were two thousand head of cattle with prices ranging from 4 to 5 2 cents. About one thousand were sold Tho mule market was very quiet. Sales made were $10 to $15 higher than a tontli go. Kothin doing in the hof market. Faod Stuff Of aft Itlnda ia Mnu .ml biffear tbop ever known before. ht tom-pletel- ai passed In both houses, It was conceded that the county unit bill would he the hardest knot to unravel, and if that bill could be passed with so much ease it is believed that the administration now will be able to get through every measure which, is pn the program, And it was not a simple program that the governor set out tol perform. He laid out for himself a hard task when Bigg ekstaff-Stewa- ut Sam Bigger he recommended the passage of some staff and Miss Allie Stewart, both of Madison county, were married Tuesday of the measures which were in his by Rov. Richard French at his resi message to the general assembly. In spite of this, there was racing and dence on Boone street. The bride is a daughter of Frank Stewart, who form chasing on last Wednesday when the erly lived in this county. Winchester senate seemed about to take up the Democrat. bill providing for the election of prison commissioners by districts, rather Yates-1-aru- er The marriage o than have them appointed by the gov Miss Lucy Yates, daughter of Mrs. Nan ernor. The administration's plan is to nie Yates, of Berea, and John E. Farmer have the governor make the appoint was solemnized Thursday evening at o'clock at the home of the bride on De ments and it is really the .governor's, He is ouf. after tjie pot street, the Rev. II. F. Keitch oraci pet measure. ating. A number of intimate friends scalp of Eli H. Brown, chairman pf and relatives were present. After con the commission and it looks like he gratulations, luncheon was served and a may be able to get it However, on delightful evening was spent. Mr. and this Wednesday, Judging from the Mrs. Farmer left on the morning train agitation displayed by the administra for a short visit with relatives of the tion forces, the voters were In doubt bride and groom in Richmond and Ir on the prison bill. Senator Graham vine. Berea Citizen. has a bill providing for the election prison commissioners. Without Mr. Louis Todd Potts and Miss Min of the crva Jane Sopcr were united in marriage warning he asked that the bill be call Thursday at the residence ot the otnciat- ed from the hands of the committee ing minist r, Rev. bi U AlcUougle, on and considered. Evidently the- - admin Mr. Potts is one of the istratlon was not ready for a vote the Summit. men of Madi- on the bill that day, for a filibuster best known young son county, being engaged in tho mill was started and everybody grew exciting business with his father, Mr. R. L Potts, at Whites Station. Miss Soper is ed. Another bill, the Eaton primary a daughter of Mr. apd Mrs. Charles bop- - act, had been set as a special order er of this county, and is a very attrac for eleven o'clock that day and the ad tive young woman. The happy couple ministration forces began to talk so loft immediately after the ceremony for as to use up the time until the special htics btation, where they will reside, order arrived. They succeeded A host of friends joins The Climax in But this has started speculation as extending best wishes for a long and to how the senators will line up. The happy married life. board plan for the manage ment ot the prisons doe3 not appeal BIRTHS. very strongly to the Democrats, even some of those who are favorable to Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Tudor, near Lake the administration bill, and It Is going lteba, are tho proud parents of a son tp take spme work to line up enough who came to their home on Saturday vpters in the senate to put through the last. plan of having two Democrats and two Republicans on the commission, Circuit Court The February term of Circuit Court Conflicting statements are made by convened Monday with Judge Benton the leaders on the two sides. The ad on tne oencn and commonwealth s At ministration men say they will be able torney Crutcher and County Attorney to pass the board bill when jacKson in tneir places. ever It comes to a test They say that xne ionowing grand iay was m- - they have enough votes now, and are paneled and instructed: M. B. Ar ready for the issue at any time. The buckle, W. A. Ogg, John Doty, Collins Yates, Charles Long, J. B. Xoland, W. other side say that no A. Williams, J. B. Adams: Abhor Lone' board bill will be passed; that the bill J. W. Covington, Oscar Park and John most likely to go through is a bill u. roweiL giving the governor the power to name The petit jury is as follows: Geo. 8, three commissioners, without any re McKinney, B. B. Million, M. P. Baxter, striction regarding party. This bill Jno. v. uauard, 11. U. Duncan, Z. T. probably will be tho one on which the Rico. S. Q. Royco, Merrill Denham, J. R. Wedder, Ed. Carson, Frank Maupin, friends of the present prison commis C. H. Pigg, W. A. Arbucklo. B. L. sion will agree. The lobby of the Capitol hoteljs Banks. J. S. Griggs, Thos. A. Shelton, Wm. Uaden, A. K. Doty, Jas. Burnside, the place where everything happens W. Elkin. J. It. Abbill, S. A. Deather and where the informal caucuses are ago. T G. Perkins and Jas. DeJarnett. held by the members. It la where the The docket is light. Two murder cases aro set for trial at this term, Abe "lobbyists" work, too, as they have been excluded from the floor of the Burton and Tice Shelton. Up to the hour of going to press the two houses. Judge Robert L. Stout, following cases had been heard and dis- of this Judicial district was standing posed of: Wiley Smith, horse stealing, In the lobby the other day when a two years in the" penifiitiary; Dave member asked him if a certain person Moran, house breaking, not guilty; Gar- bad been seen there in the last few land Gibson, shooting in sudden beat minutes. Judge Stout replied; and passion, fine of S150.00 and costs; "I have not seen that particular perCaperton Yincent, selling liquor to a minor, two cases. $50.00 and costs in son, but I believe he is the only man p Frankfort I have pot seen here each case. this afternoon. I am also confident For Sale Privately. that If I stayed here long enough, I Dwelling of nine rooms with two could aes him and everybody else, acres of eround; good orchard, vine- not only In Frankfort, but in tho yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, state." smoke house, cabin, etc,; all In first-claKentucky la going to have the nomirepair. My family being small, I desire to sell my home and buy a nees ot both political parties, in state, smallor ono. Terms easy. Apply to county and city races, selected at primaries, the expenses to be born by 33-t- f William Devore. the state, so that the poor man will have aa good a chance as the rich nan, John R. Gibson & Co. The above firm ha an adveriismer-- t so far a entrance fees are concerned. In our supplement of this week. It is The old tine convention Is to be a worth your while to hunt it up and read thiaff oi the pact, aad not another it. They will have a change of ad will be Held ia Kentucky, exevery two weeks, Watch for their cept to select dekat8 to (he natlokal changes. conventions of both parties. Both heuaea of tae legislature have passed Hat Sale. the ooaaputeory state primary bills, aad J. 8. Stanifer has a special hat aak tot It tmir rnaains now for the house and Friday and Saturday of this weak' Sea snat to acne oa the bills. Thar 0U Ad, W also Similar but are sot Jlatmee arne s cal, and one house must accept the a Mr rv 41 bill offered by tho other, before any bill can go to the governor. The ne?' . Sipyy a "v law will give the people a chance to select their officers, at a primary, but at the same time will permit any body to run for office, by simply asking that his name be put on the ballot Pri maries, as now held, In each political in party, are costly affairs, and the en trance fee that has to be put up Dy oil golden each candidate is so much, usually, is in It you a that only a man with money has a chance to enter. The fee in the race offerfor United States senator, for Instance, In the last Democratic primary was in ing $2,500 for each of the two candidates. BOILING DOWN PRICES Under the new law a man will be able to run for senator, if he wants to, with out having to put up anything. Railroad representatives sprung a surprise on the railroad commission to tell from mills Its Wednesday night by appearing before TO will the committees on railroads of the two houses and fighting the bill, drawn by Lawrence Finn, extending the power of the railroad commission. Mr. Finn Stone, has a letter from Col. Henry chief attorney for the L. & N. rail road, stating that he would not oppose the passage of the bill. He said that Mr. Finn was authorized to quote him to that effect in convention with members ot the legislature. The li. & N. is not yet fighting the bill, so all that anybody could take notice, but : : : : : the other railroads are making a fight The bill gives tho railroad commission a great deal more power than the commission now has, and it was a surprise to everybody that the L. & N. had agreed not to fight the bill. But all doubt about how the other railroads would stand was not at rest Kentucky- when the representatives of the railroads appeared before the committees and said that they were opposed to the passage of the bill. They did not do much good with the committee as that body decided to report the Finn bill with the recommendation of the committee, and the passage through the house and senate. The bill may have some rough sledding. It is predicted by Mr. Finn, who Is chairman of the railroad commission, And let 1 9 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? that if the railroads beat this bill, Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the there will be a campaign next time members of the legislature are elected, ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to with the railroads as the issue and the people will send a legislature to Frank perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experifort that Is committed to the passage ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you of a drastic railroad law, giving the commission power to control. The get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come commission really has no power as It in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber now stands and can do but little to relieve the burdens ot the shippers. that go into a building The people think that the commission Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc has much greater power than It has, The most bill that has been Introduced In the legislature at the present session is one that has -attracted but little attention. This bill regulates the liability of employ Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky Ccrner Orchard and Main-s- t ers for accident to employes. It re moves contributory negligence as a defense In civil action for damages. It also provides that assumption of risks can not be plead as a defense in Methodist Revival Services. MOBERLEY ITEMS. such actions. The law applies not ony Rev. Arch. C Holder, evangelist, c f to railroads, but also to all employ Mr. Zack Lamb is able to bo out after Shreveport, La., will begin revival serers of labor and means that the bars vices at the Methodist church nxt Suna loriff illness. would be thrown down for lawyers THURSDAY, Serviees will be LeiJ Tandy Lanter is loslnjr a great many day morning. who make a practice of damage suits during the week at 7:30 each eveninjr hogs with cholera. It would mean that a man who was In There will be no day services during tTio Misses Annie and Delia Ellison left first week. The following are jured, even though by his own fault Thomas II. Sewell Presents some c Thursday for Hammond, Ind. the testimonials concerning Rev. Holder could still maintain a suit for damages The Romantic Comedy Drama Valentino Tudor sold to Elmer Tate and his work: and the negligence that the plaintiff last week a nice lot of calves at a eo d "Rev. A. C. Holder. Ph. D , is a mm was guilty of, would count only in price. of rare natural endowments of persou, mitigation of damages. The bill was Austin Frost who has a good job on head and heart." Introduced by Representative Wesley "Xo one can listen to Holder and the railroad, is now at home for a short v. Perry. think that his power is of his great stay with his parents. The most remarkable thing In Miss Bessie Gray who is attending the qualifications and preparation mereiv t He has tar Frankfort this winter Is Gov. McEastern Normal, spent a few days with a speaking literary sort. ried with God in the place of power and Creary. He Is working like a man of her parents at this place last week. he assuredly speaks in the power of tho thirty Instead of seventy-fou- r and has Hume Broaddus had one of his eyes not "turned a hair" since the session A Story As Sweet As "Lena Rivers" by seriously injured while repairing a boil- Spirit."is a gentleman "He a scholar Thomas Hopkins Tho wound is painful but he will the highest type; and extraordina'-- cf began. The governor was talking at A Play an Thit Grips Both tho Heart and er. probahly not loose his sight. the reception which he gave at the preacher, and more than this he is a the Mind. man of God endued with power from on mansion Tuesday night and outlined TURNPIKE WORK. high." his plan of living: "Dr. Holder.'s work is of a high order I set my alarm clock for G o'clock every morning, and the man who By Order of the Fiscal Court and is quite freo from objectionable features that so often mar otherwise excelA Play pulsating every makes my Are comes at that time. Notice is hereby given that the un- lent wrk. He is entitled to be called I do not get up as sooon as I wake moment with emotion dersigned will up to March 4, 1012, at 4 The Pastor's Helper.' " up, as I like to lie In bed and think p. m. receive sealed bids for contract While this meetiBg is held in tho tense, truthfnl, powerfully work on the several sections of turnpike Methodist c'lurch, it is desired and for a while before arising. I get up a dramaiic bright, witty, in Madison county for the year 1012. hoped that it shall be a great blessing 6:30 o'clock every morning and eat said bido to state numoer of section to :ho commnnity generally. Theother mirthful comedy : : ; breakfast about 8 and then I am ready and the price per rod for hard metal, pastors of the city and their congregato go to my office. slate, gravel, ditching as the case in the governor has not been to bed Seats on sale at Wines' Drug may be. Bids or bo opened and con- tions are invited lo The will work and share in the blessings. until midnight any night since he took tracts awarded on March 5. Successful On aunday. Feb. 13th. we expect o Store, the oath of office as governor for the bidders will be required on or before irot into our new Sunday School room April 1, 1912, to execute a contract and Dr. V. F. McMurry, Church Extension, second time. He says when a man bond with approved security to perform Secretary, will be with us. also our Prereaches his age, the man does not need PRICES; tho work as therein provided otherwise siding Elder Rev. W. E. Arnold. Wc as much sleep as a younger one if he award will bo vacated. The Court expoct this to be a great day, in which, sleeps well. Gov. McCreary is like the right to reject any or all bids the community, at large, is invited to. a debutante- about his receptions, and or any part of any bid. All work is to participate. Fuller announcement next, wants everybody In Kentucky to at be done under the direction ot the week. tend them. He is pleased when the County Supervisor of Roads. W. R. SnACKKLKORD, crowd Is large and sees to it that Senior Faculty Game at East-er-n. 33-- It Judge. " everybody has a good time. The re Dr. ceptions have beep more and more Opera House. popular and the last one was so crowd RHEUMATIC REMEDY The Seniors and Faeulty had their anThe managoment announces for Sated that one could hardly move, hut For 15 years a Standard Remedy for urday matinee, February 10. the great nual game of basket ball Saturday everybody enjoyed the evening to the all forms of Rheumatism, lumbago, dramatic picture a Selig feature "The night, which ended in an overwhelming fullest, and nearly everybody stayed gout, tore mntclet, stiff or swollen Two Orphans," which was actod by score In favor of the Faculty. The game joints. It quickly relieTea the severe their star company and to the last minute. com- was fast and furious throughout, the paint; redecet the fever, and eliminates The present session of the legisla plete in three acts. The picture is in main features being the shooting cf the poison from the tystem. 60 cents three reels, containing 4.000 feet of Coach and M. IV. Wilson. The final ture is halt over, and while some bills a box at druggists. film and takes ono and one-hahours score was 34 to 8 in favor of the Fachave been passed, really very little to run it, and, remember, that you al- ulty. The lineup was as follows: Write for a Free trial Bex work has been done. Not a bill has Faculty Johnson. Culbertson. Grn-stea- d. Dr. Whitehall Mogrlmlna Co. ways got the best pictures here that are been sent to the governor for his sig, C; M. W. Wilson. F; C. H IBS 8. Lafayotta St. South Bend, Ind. shown in the country. The next feature nature, although that Is not remarkF; Billman, G; Wooten, G. will bo the the "Crowning Seniors Grant. C: Jordan, F: Roothe, able considering the way previous leg of Prince George," Prince of India. Cows Wanted. F; Evans, G; Gullett, G. islatures have waited until the last Tho will of Jimes T. Hubbard was Would like to purchase two good minute to get into action. Still, this Jersey cows. Call on or address probated in County Court Monday. Do- A bill was offered in the House to prolegislature has been held up as . ('. D. MlLLElt. coused leaves his estate to his wife and hibit the manufacturing and sale cf working body. It has been working 33-t- f children. Richmond, Ky. cigarettes in this Stale. overtime Introducing bills, and the hopper Is "plumb full" as one of the members put It When they get Into the stretch, however, and get in holding afternoon sessions, soon to be fol lowed by night sessions, there, will be plenty doing. The only laugh that has been heard In the house came on Thursday, when a bill was Introduced, by Mr. Robert son, of Louisville, defining the limit within which eggs could be kept In cold storage and requiring hotels and restaurants which serve cold storage eggs to announce this fact In flaming letters A. JpXrfS.OU L.OUCH yi Only $1U.UU Upholstered Chase Leather over a construction tempered steel springs, beautiful of impossible a picture to give frame. clear idea of the' exceptional values we are just now our entire line of Furniture Garpets and Stoves you. We buy direct the easier to show you than and factories and us show you ::::::::::: saveyou We are headquarters for 5ewing Machines and Supplies needles, bobbins, shuttles, belts, etc., for machines Richmond, to 20 per cent on cash purchases. Let Opposite Glyndon Hotel W. F. HIGGINS Why Not Build a Home This Year j Todd Edwards Lumber Go. FEB. 8. OPERA HOUSE; "An Everyday Girl." y FULL. OF FUN 25c, 35c, 50c. r RHEUMATISM Whitehall's lf W.!-son- Delhi-Durba- r, Forecast At The Royal Prices Named on All Winter Weight Goods One-Ha- lf Deputy Collector Ballard Resigns. Mr. Bland Ballard, formerly of this city, has resigned the office of Deputy Collector and will retlro from a long service in this capacity with the induc tion into ofiloo of the newly appointed Collector of Internal kevenuo, Winston W. Wiseman, Spooking of Mr. Ballard's resiirnRtlon.tlie Danvillo Advocate says.; Until Further Notice Overcoats at Price. Suits, Heavy Pants, Heavy Underwear, Sweater Coats, Warm Lined Gloves, Heavy Caps, Flannel Shirts, Boots and Shoes, High Top Lace Boots all go at Tho present Deputy Colleotor. Mr. Bland Ualjard, who has filled that office for so many years so acceptably and so faithfully, has resigned on account of ill health. He will tako a position in the field, hoping to regain his health, which has given way undor the Ions and confinement ho has undergone in office work. Mr. Ballard has sorved under the last several Collectors, both Democratic and Republican, and has been an invaluable man in that position. Ho is probably tho best equipped rovonuo man in the Stato of Kentucky and the work of every desk in tho office is as familiar to him as is that of tho Chief's. While a very able man, Mr. L E. Rue, will succeed to his desk, Mr.Ballard's retirement will be a distinct loss to the local office. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard's many warm friends in Danvillo hope that they will remain in this city." Here is a message of hope and good cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mill, Va., who is the mother of eighteen children, Mrs. Martin was cured of stomach trouble and conrtipatlon by Chamberlain's Tablets after five years of suffering, nnd now recommends thso. tablets lo the public. For sale by all n-ldealers A delegation from Kentucky appeared Thursday before commitiee ot tho House and Senate at Washington to urge the passage of bills appropriating $l,00O,Q00 to convert Mammoth Cave into a national park. m DEEP CUT PRICES. See Our Bargain Counter for Short Lots SPECIAL HAT SALE For Friday and Saturday of This Week TWO DAYS ONLY. Lot No 1, Pick of Stock, $3.50 values; Sale Price $1.75. Lot No. 2, values up to $2.50; Sale Price $ .00.. Both Soft and Stiff Hats, Stetson's Excepted. 1 ss WATCH OUR HAT WINDOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY . eon-veat- to goinf to vate fer R. XV up your mind now that you are B. TerrilU for re ldtJsJKJlyr .. election. , His resord&s a nubile servant " . SXAPSIIFER Richmond e oi Good Clothes-- "w w,,ps Jy ? fn v. c - ' - - - - Climax Special Clubbing Rates Climax and Daily Courier Journal 4.00 Climax and Weekly Courier Journal 1.50 Umax and Daily Cincinnati Post, with Hand Impressive Ceremonies. The presentation of crosses of honor to the veterans will be one of the most Impressive. ceremonies of the Confederate Reunion which will be held in Macon, May The men who will be honored will receive their dresses from the hands of the president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. If the present plan is not changed Gener al 0. Irvine Walker, Commander-in-chie- f of the veterans, his staff and W. Q. Pritchard. Command ids oiDcer of the United Sons of Confederate Veterans, and his aides will be to the Tight and left of the president of the Daughters when the tributes are presented. State Regents of the Daughters will flank the veterans on the right, while the maids and sponsors of the Sons will be on their left. Mrs. Walter Douglas Lamar, state regent of Georgia and president of Sid ney Lanier Chapter, is planning to mako this gathering the crowning event of the reunion, from tho standpoint of the Daughters. Mrs. Lamar not only has the moral support, but the active cooperation of all members of the chap ter of which she is tho head. All are working to mako tho ceremony surpass any of the same character ever held. Announcement has not yet been made as to where the meeting will be held. Mrs. Lamar and tho committee of ladies working with her have several places under consideration and will decide this question at an early date. Unpaid School Bitts. A knotty problem of law has been presented to the Attorney General department, and M. M. Logan, First, Assistant Attorney General, is studying it with a Montgomery and 5tone In "The Old Town," at Lex- ington, Feb. 7th. Bootleggers Punished. Judge Fennel, of Cynthlana, and Judge Greenleaf. of Richmond, aro conducting reform schools for bootleggers. The Cynthlana Democrat says: "Five of the popular colored population charged with bootlegging were arrested last Friday and Saturday by Chief of Police Hughes, and are now serving their time in the Walnut Street Station House. James Ewing is to be tried. and the remaining four received tho following; 'Fish wing Smith, two charges, $200 and forty days; Isham Pcrrin, $100 and forty days. John Brookings, $100 and forty days, John Miller, $100. Police Judge Fennell gave the violators the full limit except the latter, who plead guilty, and thus es caped the forty days jail sentence All will servo at the rate of $1 a day. The total number of days tho bunch will serve will be 700, and the city will pay $293 out in cash for their board alone. Mr. Hughes says more arrests will follow on the above charge." B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Co SANTA IS THINKING NOW some Calendar 250 Iimax and Daily Louisville Post 3.50 limax and Daily Lexington Herald 535 Climax and Daily Lexington Leader 5.10 Climax and Daily Louisville Herald 3.40 Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer .25 Climax and Weekly Commoner 150 The above are only a few. We are preparer to Club with any Newspaper or Magazine .pub lished in this country. Get our prices before ordering elsewhere. 1 Climax Printing Co. NEW ORLEANS MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TicRets on sale February 13. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 ami 19 Good Setcrning until March 2, 1912, with Privilege or Izttatiaa STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL H. POINTS FM FiSl PA8THHHARS, C K1K, Pwwmr aad Ticket Accet, Pfcme 4f. ACENT. OR WRITE W. A. BUCKLER. General Piisenjer Agent, Ingalls Building, Cincinnati, O. Ml E. Ham Street. Lexington, Ky. CALL ON ANY TICKET Two of Our Leaders The enoine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs The Syracuse Hill Side lows and Repairs Douglas, Simmons k Deatherage The 5econd Street Hardware 5tore Blood Was Wrong 1 who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, vet jrentlv. and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, All women, rpntiirv. rti.rtnrr Via jw HUU. lulling uy uic utivto. xuimg 4uiv. piwi half quick curative thousands of ladies have written to tell of the medicine. results they obtained, from the use of this well-kno- nf Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Cardui WHLC UJ. The WomansTonic luia nyiuvif lor Special lastmctiixxt. and book. "Home Treatment for Womee. - - net Int. - - - J BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a customer. : : :- : D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney EL Successor to Tate & Sob Main Street Manager Charles Dillingham anmost highly valued gift for his favorites. "We would nounces the first engagement in Lexingsuggest a home or building lot for your family, which ton, of these really clever musical comwould certainly bring joy for the Christmastide. Conedians, Montgomery and Stone, in their sult us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy latest musical comedy success, "The terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that Old Town," by Geo. Ale and Gustave will be hailed with delight. Luders, which occur matinee and night, '1 b Wednesday, Feb. 7th. There is nowhere today on tho American stage the counterparts of MontINCORPORATED. gomery and Stone. We have had many imitators who have appeared hero in Local and Long Distance plays made ' famous by them, uch as hi "The Wizard otOz" and "Tno Red leiepnuiie Mill," but this is the first time we have ever had the originals in one of their Montgomery and latest productions. Stone are this season making their first visit to all that territory that lies west of the Missouri River and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf. So insistent the'r offices. More than 3100,000 is has been the clamor for theso versatile comedians that Mr. Charles Dillingham, A LIBERAL OFFER. their manager.has postponed his annual Every Household in Richproduction that they might mako this tour and become acmond Should Know We Guarantee to Relieve quainted with a new audience who hall The display of Spring aad Sfemmor How to Resist Dyspepsia If We Fail their coming with intense interest. The Suitings by It engagement here wi 1 find the original the Medicine Costs company and all the effects that delight The back may ache becauso the kidTailoring Nothing. ed thousands and thousands in all of the neys aro blockaded. Tn nnmipstinnnhl v nrnvn In ttinnennln principal cities of the East. Some So Help the kidneys with their work. The People's StOCk Remedy t that indigestion and dyspepsia can be people comprise the numercial strength The back will ache no more. permanently relieved and that Kexall keeps your stock fat and healthy and Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this of the company which calls for specials Lots of proof tnat Doan's Kidney Pills wlli be given at our establishment a do this. free from disease. result, we will furnish tho medicine ab- to every point. if it fails to give satisfac An Established Fact The People's solutely free It's tho best proof because it comes Chickens! Chickens!! Poultry Remedy contains every in tion to any one using it. from this vicinity. 14 15 success of Rexall The remarkable Mrs. S. J. Hubboll, Lancaster street gredient necessary for the production of Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high We have a few more Barred Plymouth 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Duuq Co. degree of scientific skill used in devis- Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale Stanford, Ky., says: "I know that Make this one of your positive eeea.'cecaeate. ing their formula as well as to the care Now is the time to get your Pullets for Doan'sKidney Pills helped mo and I have Qall and make your selection and be measured by an ax perl. manufacture, whereby winter eggs. Our Pullets begin to lay not the least hesitancy in recommend exercised in their For Sale. Orders taken for immediate or future delivery d the well known properties of woolens will be shown in full lenulfe drapes. I have for sale a splendid horse and Pepsin have ben com- at five months old. Wo have Thomp ing them. My kidneys were disordered for some timo and although my condi jack that I will sell; worth the money; bined with Carminatives and other son strain. Salesman in Charge U. II. Swafpihld. A.' D. and C. D. Miller, tion was never serious, I was neverthe or will sell either of them and farmthe agents. Iiismuth-Submtrat- e and Pepsin are 99.tf T?ichmnnl TTv less annoyed a great deal. My back other one. Come and see or address constantly employed and recognized by ached almost constantly and sometimes N. G. Todd. medical profession as inval-uab- 'e the entire Coldest January For Forty became so lamo that it was a great efin the treatment of indigostion 31-Brassfleld, Ky. dyspepsia. and fort for mo to bend over. There wore Years. The Pepsin used in Rexall Dyspepsia symptoms of kid $5 Reward. Last month was the coldest January also other annoying Tablets is carefully prepared so as to de1 will pay five dollars reward lor re ' velop its greatest efliciency. Pepsin for forty years in tho history of the ney complaint which caused me dis supplies to the digestive apparatus one Weather Bureau in Louisville, says the tress. After using Doan's Kidney Pills turn of a small female, reddish-coloredog, wearing leather collar, which dis of the most important elements of tho Louisvillo Times. The highest tempera- all these troubles were disposed of and fluid. Without it the digesappeared from tho Scanlon place last digestive assimilation of food are ture recorded was 51 degrees on January my system was toned up." tion and Wednesday. For sale by all dealers. Prico 50c. The dog is of the Cur 23 and tho lowest 8 degrees below zero n Co., Buffalo, X. Y., sole The Carminatives possess properties on January 7. The greatest daily range stock and was seen several times latter part of last week cn the Jack's Creek which ad in relieving the disturbances was 34 degrees on January 17. The agents for the United States. and pain caused by indigested food. A. D Millek, Itemember the name Doan's and pike. This combination of these ingredients mean temperature for tho month was f7-lRichmond, Ky. makes a romedy invaluable for the com 24 S degrees, colder even than tho mean take no other. tf. of indigestion and dyspep temperature for 1893 when the low mark plete relief A Warning Against Wet Feet. sia. How Cold Affects the Kidneys We are so certain of this that we of 25 was reached. January's tempera Wet and chilled feet usually affect the Avoid taking cold if your kidneys are urge you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab- ture normally is 34 3 degroes. January mucous membrane 01 ine nose, tnroat lets on our own personal guarantee. sensitive. Cold congests the kidneys, was very cold from the 4th to the ICth and lungs, and lagrippe, bronchitis or Three sizes, 25c, 50c and 81 uemem- throws too much work upon them, and of the month, inclusive, tho minimum care- - ber. you can obtain Kexall may result. atch weakens their actijn. Serious kidney pneumonia on the 7th, being tho lowest since Feb fullv. particularly the children, and for nlv at our store The Rexall Store. trouble and even Bright's disease may ruary 9, 1899. The total precipitation Perry's Drug Store. Strengthen your kidneys, get the racking, stubborn coughs give Residence 352 Woodland Avenue Richmond, Ky for the month was 3 45. January's result. the pain and soreness, build them Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It rid of For Provide 5eed Corn normal precipitation is 3.90 inches. DISTRIBUTOR OF up by the timely use of Foley's Kidney soothes the inflamed membranes and The chances are There was 12.5 inches of snow, tho Boys. Pills. They will cure any case of kid heals the cough quickly. Mrs. A. A Tho farmer brought him here.' Henry Basch Company's greatest fall in 24 hours coming on the ney or bladder trouble not beyond the Barksdale Hamlett, State SuperintenSwagel, Kreb, Wis., says: "I always And those other little pigs 11th, when 8.2 inches fell. Tho greatgive Foley's Honey and Tar Compound dent of Public Instruction, has written reach of medicine. No medicine can do That stayed at home est amount of rainfall in a day came on Stockton & Sox. more. to my children. Il cures their coughs the County Superintendent, as well as No doubt will bo brought here, too. the 2Sth and 29th, when 1.15 inches fell. all similar officials in tho State, that he and colds and they like to take it, We aro headquarters for The total snowfall during the month For Rent Stockton & Son has arranged with the Commissioner of was greater than for any other January Apply to New York Stable on Firet street. Chicago Agriculture to furnish a high grade of since 1895. Cold wave warnings were 31-Advertised Lettres. Mns. Buchasax. seed corn to members of the Boys' Samples Submitted to Your Own Home issued on January G, 11, 14 and 18. On 'Corn Clubs," to bo distributed through List of letters remaining in the Rich Architect's Notice. Novel will the 4th of the month an extreme wind end- the county superintendents. There : mond, Ky., postofflce for the week velocity or mty-tw- o miles an hour was I am prepared to draw plans for Quality Groceries Await You be a large number of these clubs in ing February 3: reached. There were but ten clear days buildings and remodeling of all kinds Here Western Kentucky this year. Aldridge, Mrs. Nine days wero Will also furnish estimates or superin in the past month. Bradfield, Bessie partly cloudy and twelve cloudy. The tend construction of such work. Phone Bennett, Mrs. Maggie Real Estate in Northeast Carnes, Mrs. C. A. A POSTAL CARD BRINGS MB river was nearly full of floating ice from 101. Orders left for me at The Climax Arkansas. Clark, Will L. the 9th to the 16th, inclusiue, and ice office will receive prompt attention. Collins, Elsie Don't think too long, buy now. St. blocked the channel from the 17th to N. B. TuRriN. f Crutcher, Mack Francis valley lands are moving upward. the 20th. Naviga'ion was c'osed from Fultz, Mr. C. L, Administrator's Notice. One sale last week, consideration $200,- - January 8 to 29 Grinstead, J. O. Hurt, Miss Ida 000. The value is higher this week. A All persons having claims against the James, Mrs. Mollie good many people who have money to First Lagrippe, Then Bron- - estate of Belle Bates are hereby notified May, Mary S. invest are going to invest it in real Murphy, Mr. Herman (2) 5econd-s- t to present the same to me verined as Telephone 39 chitis. Newspiper, The estate Why not invest it in the rich Such was the case with Mrs. W. S required by law on or before March 1, Pruitt, H. D. St. Francis Valley lands in northeast Bailey, McCreary, Ky. "My wifo was 1912, or same will be barred. Ren fro, Jas. Arkansas! These are the finest agricul Persons indebted to the estate will Taylor, Mrs. Jennie taken down with a severe attack of tural lands in the southwest, and there Tipton, Miss Stanley please call and settle at once and save She which ran into are less acres for sale each year and the Veatch. Mr. Otis coughed as though she had consump- further trouble. Walker, Rosa prico higher. The question is how long Sasfobd Oldham, could not sleep at night. The AValker, Van Ranson are you going to wait before you buy! tion and t. White Hall, Ky. White, Alene doctor's medicines gave her no relief Be not prejudiced against Arkansas.but In calling for the above letters, please and I was advised to try Foley's Honey you know come and investigate for yourselves. say "advertised. Compound. The first bottle that you are The Savines Bank is a good place to and Tar so much relief that she con C. C. Wallace, P. M. getting the save money, but the place to mako Is in save her tinued using it and three bottles ef one prepaThe Sound 51eep Of Good real estate in northeast Arkansas. Call fected a permanent cure." Mr. W. S. OuOr hIUO lur ii ui liiuus no iwic wi Bailey says i,t ration that he is prepared to answer a'l neaun sale. stood inquiries promptly. those suffering from kidney Is not for V. H. Newsom Realty Co., Stockton & Sox. the test for ailments and irregularities. The prompt Wynne, Ark. t. use of Foley's Kidney Pills will dispel over thirty-fiv- e What Do You Think of This? Wherever you see a backache and rheumatism, heal and A bill has been introduced in the roofing advertisement strengthen sore, weak and ailing kid and still re Legislature providing for a tax of SI neys, restoro normal action, and with it remember that its per acre to provide a road fund. There mains the health and strength. Mrs. M. F. Spals We Back Up Our Statement can be no doubt that if a bill of this se and words of burv. Sterling. 111., says: "I suffered description came from the m,' ii J .iBEJSni. character could bo passed that it would With Our Personal Repuused and recommended great pain in my back and kidneys, raise a large fund; but it is entirely unoriginal advertisements of the tation and Money. by the medical profescould not sleep at night, and could not reasonable, as it would subject the man Malthoid Roofine makere raise mv hands over my head. But two We are so positive that we can re owning 100 acres of land to a tax of 3100. sion the world over. The Paraffine Paint Co. bottles of Foley's Kidney Pills cured lieve constipation, no matter how and the mau that had its equivalent in we Oopjrltbt B19. bj lh Sunlul A4 Co. me. Foley's Kidney Pills have my chronic it may be, that of offer to fur cash would not havo to pay at all. We of San Francisco nish heartiest endorsement." For salo by fail. the medicine free all cost a we and Chicago have not learned as to whether this H-lStcokton & Son. with We think that it is worse than use man is going to return home aftor the Twenty-si- x years ago less to attempt to cure constipation Plan to Enrich Land. to to with cathartic drugs. Cathartics may Legislature adjourns or not. but if he they said of their roofing all is the embodiment of on a They may cause a reVir while nlannintr to crow crops do much harm. and weaken Hie bowels, - becomes a candidate for the nice things that are now said his lived from elements that make for platform of that kind it is pretty safe that you may meet your bills action, irritate moro chronic, of every other roofing. and to lay aside a possible saving, study iDnQlinun f. nftnn aeeomnanied he will not returnr. to the Legislature. to civilized how you are paid to make some or all of an(j mav De caused by weakness of the Springfield strength. "others" have stolen . These II there is nerves and muscles oi tne large mies Food Sale. for their words AU, DRUGGISTS v. i nor nrnnt in II liiiu vi. v.uiuii. aw "j i. - Uil .nn.Manh , I UJ UU 1' , -- iMmnlhon J Mjiiaiuwuuiua Everv Saturday durinc: February tno methods imitated their . . farming, tne yieias musi oe d lore them t0 heatn. Ladies' Aid of the BaptisiChurch will but they cannot duplicate the and the land must be enriched before ctivUv conduct a Food Sale at W. F. HigginV 1 Th disroverv of .. the active principle furniture store on Main street. Kin ornAit much increase. 32-- 2 1 quality of Malthoid roofing- -it . . . . ' J yt. a cnmotMnr. in on. nf our remeav invoiv a me iiiuor ui .! J always was the best and remedy rhamists. This .Miirni rich the lana you are auaing w yuur are expected Credit Men After Cold Check e rntIll,s eh always will be. capital and thus are becoming a more Irom the best of the best known Passers You are making tinal ton es, and it is particularly man. Whenever you see a At the annual meeting of the Lexing . .,.. rt Tlv nil rtrnmnt in its results. in. possioie iireD .uku.0 nfnflta yJ roofing advertisement think Orderlies ton Credit Men's Ass jciatson in Leiing means do not allow that poor land to re- are exceed- - ton last week, which was attended by tee. cf Malthoid the original. main poor. jn,,y pleasant to take and are ideal for Messrs. M. C. Kellogg and Allen zaring, Sheep land hogs, Use your fertilizer wnn a view not. children, xney apparently act mreuwy - of this city, the Banking and Lfgisla I . i hut nicn tn I nn tun nerves ana muscles ui uio uunalso horses and cattle Co. Todd Edwards that the Louis tive Committee always are subject to ville Credit Men s Association was deadly attacks of worms. clovers, beans and peas are logumes id n, nurirB or cause inconveniences, for presentation to the legisla These ravenous pests multiply by Richmond, Ky when grown and fed on the land enrich if they do not positively cure chronic or ture a bill to mako it a penal offense to the million, starve your stock, keep fV.no ehnlllril ho in- - f nAullUai COnSlSPallUU iUlU lllUi lOMO'u I.. m u uroB"t. A special com or dependent pass a "cold etieck." them poor, weak and out of condi- the myriads eluded in the rotation. The soil needs money will be mittee was appointed at that meeting to humus, so try to plant to grow a crop funded. Try Rexall Orderlies at our with a similar committee to harvest with hogs and then to turn risk. Three sizes of packages, 10c. 25o from the Louisvillo Association, which unand soc. uememner. you can oumm under or grow a crop solely to turn I Rexall Remedies in this community also is a member of the National Assoder? the reward will come in the future. onlv at our Ftore The Rexall btore. ciation of Credit Men, to secure its KUIs Worms ferry s urug store. favorable consideration. A bill has also It is a wonderful, medi Away Goes Pimples, positively cated salt been introduced in the legislature mak This is one very essential point, which you should Special Notice. x guaranteed to lull ana Ing it a penal offense to obtain goods on Blackheads, Eczema, never at any time overlook. Hess cannot lay ualese expel all stomach and We call attention to "Climax Special a false credit statement. Tho members free intestinal worms. they are supplied wih the material from whiobJKs2s Dandruff and Other In another column. We of the association, comprising the lead rniiMiWnntM" Used by leading stock are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eges Skin Affections. have succeeded in making arrangements ing jobbers and millers of Central Ken men, not only to Tall worms, but to out of the material which she finds in her feed, and our friends ex tucky, have agreed to exchange informs condiuon stociq scarp-en- s whereby we can offer unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, aleag the appetite, tones Wfcea Zeae aad Zems Seaa Are tremely low prices. We can save you tion as to their experience with mer up tne system ana puis with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. magazine or paper you chants buy goods in this territory in money on any Used. them in fine shape to et prices. Get our prices beiore placing order lhat these merchants who are get ro want. The Perry Drug Store says, tf. guilty of woll recognized trade abuses tt U knqwn your order elsewhere. Looking Through. th? country oyer SOAP used together will rid the sk.p. mav be known to the members with tne treat warm For Sale. and condinr train nf infant or crown parson of business, you will be amaze Our list of paints whom they may seek to do tioner. Cota leu HLj AUH.il fcAU. rAo;ui. PIMPIjKH. A four cylinder, 18 horse power, five at the many varities for special uses. than M2 ocnt per eaeb bud a day lor trifle Proposed Law. eheep or hort a Are Paints For Every norc lor other stock. iMnnr Kp.ln trouble, that we do not bile, in cood running condition, tires One of the hardest things on our There hesitate to recommena meso cieaa r- - asroodssnew. Win sail cneap. aa system of roads, is heavy loads hauled Purpose. -. carries within itself every ingredient necessary for 27 Ct fined remedies to every person wno uewinMiotfar. If v. on wagons with narrow tires, especially ;,, ,, the Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. sires quick relief ana a cure irosa anywater paints for cellar From the usful Representative U. D, in wet weather. form or aggravated sum or scaip uBOIt is not only'an Egg Producer, but a TONIC whieh Office TOT Kent. walls, barns, etc., to the finest of var Hon. Oftent.mes one bottle and one I Hunter has introduced a bill making it acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping the for the furniture or qiHco equipped with water and heat unlawful to haul a load exceeding two nishes and polishes cake of soap will cure a minor case of CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases piano. Tell us what you want to do and Fos- trounie. skin i. tons in weight on any turnpike or gravel we'll sunnly tho paint product wltn rrnu.t..j fa uv.n. nrnnnrn sum iI in our buildinirt. on Second street. , and producing a rapid growth, of the fowL , 1 ZjiJ).VS UU inio i.".. You will not suffer session given January road with a tire less than three arid one-ha- lf which to do it i&uu o " a v w.,.li f bum-oss- . . Dodolas unnthar dav after vou commence to use 24-t- f inches wide. Winchester Demoham You win 1661 11K0 new uersuu. When you know of any marriages crat. ZBMO and ZEMOSOAP can be accidents, sles of land from one leading druggist In births, deaths, For a sprain you will find Chamberevry eity or town in AsBerlc and in crop or stock, church nws or todgt lain's Liniment cxceUeat. It allays the Faiati Wall Paper at Perry's Drug Store. telf)hoa or write T news. plM Kiehiod soon Climjlx. so tht we em Inform PpJ In pin, removes the sereaee, and Climax Xwuffibtr, W. D. healthy eeridl-906 East Xaia want restores the parts to IWe 449 work for oUJfr parte of th eaaatry. prints all kiada of kxwe tioo; XSo and 50c botilte. Fer sele by clJSa new A vrr kind from evtry RICHMOND, XY Richmond, Ky. H-ltedfers and filos. Try ns with la il view to giving an opinion. The point is "Who shall levy a lax to pay the debts contracted by the school trustees who served under the old law." The now school law wiped out the old school districts, creating new ones, and also wiped out the old school trustees of those districts. In many districts debts had been contracted for improvements or new buildings. The Court of Appeals has held that the now Board of Education cannot pay the old debt with the money levied for school purposes since the enactment of the new law, holding that the debts must be paid by the old districts. But who is to levy the tax to pay the debts is the question that is bothering the lawyers. The old trustees are out of office, but it is believed that they will be called upon to make the levy and wind up the business of before he starts on his rounds of what would be the Bluegrass Real Estate Company, oj GSng Richmond, Ky BLOCKADED A.N,NOUNCEM.LNT.. semi-annual Hie Globe Company, Cincinnati, February and Bismuth-Subnitrato,an- 3t J. B. STOUFFER. 222 West Main Street. d Fosler-Milbur- m Richmond's Quality Meat Market W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter f7-l- m f7-l- m Superb Wall Papers Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed tf Choice Pork 31-t- Broaddus. 5anitary Meat t. o. his Sign 32-4- has f7-l- m 31-3- CONFIDENCE years self-prai- Standard TO tonic-food-medici- Scoff's Emulsion CIVILIZATIOIP provides man come, savage ancestry who CIVILIZATION the days "', News-Leade- good health and than -- L I .... day, or at best season season, but by means of a bank account provides to come. means to be better day to man the years ' ' ,grph ' ,,, Si 3ank & Trust Richmond, Kentucky. 'ow pro-pari- Mr "ur 5ALMT FEEDING For Production of Eggs Ej ill "p Sal-V- The People's Poultry Remedy RICHMOND DRUG CO. .lft mi rhi 1 ,.m ob-Ui- B Juctt fc.Son Tn lf 0c t ad Buckley & Co. u enter. looiOity. aildeilen. m The Climax $1 a Yeai WANTED The CLAIMS OU BULL'S ISLAMC Tie Rickmond Clinax. HIAMf Qaduation Diplomas. applicants for diplomas of graduation from the county schools took the examination in Superintendent! Noland's office two weeks ago. Of this number certificates were granted to thirteen, nine white and four colored applicants. The whito graduates will be allowed to attend Caldwell High School department of the Richmond publio schools, and the colored students will be adnvtted to the city colored school. The following is list of white graduates: Farris Ballard. Millers School; William Barnes, Green Chapel, J. D. Kirby, Runyon Grove; Anna Noland, Union City; Jas. Pearsori.Greon Chapel; Mattie Tudor, Mi lers School; Andrew Turpin, Runyon Grove; Vio'ot Withers, Green Chapel; Beutly Williams, Green Chapel. Colored graduates: Wm. J. Maupin, Concord Colored School, Geo. W. Parks, Richmond Colored School; Efflo Taylor, Valley View Colored' School; Mary Twine, Calloway Creek Colored School. Twentj-thre- e j The Snake Habit If Turley Mathers bad not bad an attractive personality he never would have lasted as a figure lc society, because the most amiable of hostesses might be pardoned for disapproving a caller who insisted on skinning snakes on her front porch and demanding admiration for their lines and colors. The year he spent the summer at Wigwam lake is still recalled solemnly as a landmark by the cottagers. All the children were going around dragging snakes after them because Turley had taught them how to catch and hold the creeping things safely, and more mothers went into hysterics that year than had in the century preceding. The worst of it was that Mathers was a person of scientific attainments and had a perfectly valid excuse for studying snakes. Nobody could say he did it to be unique or troublesome. If you feebly Bald that you weren't crazy about snakes Mathers simply drew a long breath, fixed you with a pitying stern glance and lectured to you on your sins. When he had finished you were In such a flabby state that you would have let a snake perch on. your forefinger. Mathers met Clara Baysworth out west when her party and his combined for a camping trip through a noted procanyon, and the acquaintance gressed at the rate of ten miles a minute unUI the fatal moment when the stage coach driver silently pointed with his whip to the side of the sunbaked road. There, lazily stretched out, lay a rattlesnake. Mathers says it was a mere baby snake of a foot and a half or so, but If you had Inquired of the others any of them would have told you it was a horrible monster six feet long, with cerise eyes and a foaming mouth. Before any one realized what he was doing, Mathers, with a gurgle of pleasure, had slipped to the ground, swept the snake Into a heap with his straw hat, deftly grabbed it around its neck with three fingers and held It up to be admired. Persons who do the unusual are instantly pronounced crazy by everybody else, so the instantly settled upon the stagelo'ad of travelers that any man r who would deliberately pick up a must be insane. Clara Baysworth got her voice first as Mathers, still holding his prize, started to climb back to his seat by her side. "Go away!" she got out in a strangled voice. "If you come any nearer I'll sUck hatpins into you!" The distracted coachload echoed her cries. Fathers clasped their sons to them and glared at Mathers, women shrunk Into corners and fixed him with imploring eyes. Clara frowned at him, pale and desperate. "Why " Mathers began soothingly, and put one foot upon the hub of the wheel. But a series a shrieks arose from his victims. "I I hate you!" Clara Baysworth told him wildly. "He's a perfect beauty," Mathers announced firmly, "and I want him for a specimen." Then he shrugged his shoulders. "Oh, well," he said, "I suppose I can strangle the little begcon-viciUrat-Ue- a Swl Estate Wm Squathrf Child by the FmM VMIntot's Daughter. Ralph S. BarUe.li who was counsel for Mrs. Olea Bull Vaughan, only child of the late Ole Bull, the famous violinist successfully contested the will of Mrs. Bull In the probate court of York county, Maine, last summer, recently left on hoard the steamship Franconia for Liverpool on his way to file Mrs. Vaughan's will at Bergen, Norway, the New Yprk Herald's Boston correspondent says. Mr. Bartlett Is executor for the will of Mrs. Vaughan, and he and Miss Amelia Shapleigh of West Lebanon, for Sylvia Me, are Vaughan, the adopted daughter of Mrs. Vaughan and the principal beneficiary under Mrs. Vaughan's wllL The reason that the will of Mrs. Vaughan is to be offered for record in Bergen is that the only foreign real estate which she possessed is the Island of Lysoen, near Bergen. Ole Bull owned this island, which is said to be one of the most beautiful In the world. It is In a fjord about twenty two miles from Bergen, and consists of about seven hundred acres of land, largely forest Ole Bull in his lifetime developed two fresh water lakes and a cave and laid out twenty miles of paths on the island. Lysoen was left by Mrs. Vaughan to the little Swiss girl, Sylvia, whom she adopted a couple of years ago, but on Sylvia's death Lysoen is to be preserved by the Norwegian government as a memorial to Ole Bull. The exact procedure which will be followed in Norway with respect to the case Is a matter of uncertainty, because under the Norwegian law no foreigner can own real estate In that country without the written consent of the king. WHEN LANDIS WAS NAMED tueajsUV t0 m ; The : Greatest We must : Bargain : Event THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.! A. D. Miller W. G. White Membir KENTUCKY Ever Offered in Richmond close Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. nfCOETOBATED. Pres. and Mgr. Seo'y-Treas. out our large stock of el ASSOCIATION PRESS and Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and to do this we have slashed prices until values are entirely lost sight of EIGHTH DISTRICT FUBUSI'EES LEAGUE. 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. fFICE S1.00 PER - YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7 - 191 STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE, mwm US A PHONEL 251. Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET Called to Wilmore Christian Church. Rev. O. J. Younir. of Baldwin. Madi son county, has been called to the pas- - Handsome Reversible FOR WOMEN HLa Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, RICHMOND. lurmu 01 ine inrisuan utiurcb of Wilmore for the fourth time. Under his poslorial chanro the member. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone ship has giown from eighteen to 140. and live stock. tl Kov. Young is an able minister and puts new lire in all the work wherever he goes Nicholasville Catling Gun. in gray and tan mixtures, some with rool sailor collars and cuffs; also all wool black broadcloth and Caracul coats and a most magnificent assortment of the best in fabric " " tPy.yO Styles that are worth $ 8, choice now New Firm. M. Bronston. of Richmond farm. erly a member of the livery firm of KENTUCKY NEAR L. & X. DEPOT Quality Groceries pared to supply Await You Here A dollar saved is a dollar earned. Larn dollars and be happy. There Is a comour fortable sense of 5afety in buying the best Your needs in quantity or quality we are pre- :::::::: FOR & we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Sewell McKinney Telephones 16 and 223 State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Preparatory. State f flTIRCFC cate. Life Diploma, UVUMlJJUiJ TUITION Certifi- - County Certificate, Review, Special TO APPOINTEES FREE ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. lOohitoBuild ? I I gar!" Lumber WQN-- ! Near L & A. Depot LUmBER CQ1PAHI Incorporated IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR I I I I H I Telephone 425 His fingers tightened their clasp around the scaly neck and presently the rattler hung limp. Putting him in a convenient box and stowing the box In his pocket, Mathers remounted the coach, but the atmosphere was strained. For twenty miles he tried to reform Clara Baysworth. He told her frankly that he was pained and displeased by her foolish prejudice, but even that did not move her. She regarded him with alien eyes. "IU listen to you," she said, "when you stop being so perfectly foolish! And If you ask me again to marry you while you are carrying that thing around with you I I'll scream!" Somebody who was brave opened the box the next morning to see the dead snake and the camp nearly broke up as the rattler winked one eye and waved his tall at the horrified med- A Rare Beauty every gem in cur fine collec-'ioof jewels is, and their rich n 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, rings, ear screws and drops at prices that are remarkable for their low figure F. J. YEAGER Democrats t he candidates for the nomination for ounty Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic Which Candidate's Record Is THE BEST? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of dler, having survived his choking, as Mathers had known he would. Mathers paled before Clara Baysworth'a accusing eye. "You certainly have nerve," she told him, "to ask a girl to endure things like this the rest of her life! I don't care whether it Is science or A New Kind of Exercise. not! You might experiment with It Is a morning exercise invented guinea pigs or ducks!" takes the Til chloroform 'em!" Mathers of- by a Parisian actress, who up. The newspaper and tears it fered, miserably. "You will not!" Clara told him. fragments are thrown upon the floor "They might have nine lives like a In a thousand pieces. Then ehe gets cat and come to life again, and I can- up and collects those pieces, and the not stand snakes for parlor compan- point is that not a fragment Is lost ions, dead or sleeping! It's between For this is the new way of gardening the stooping cure that is recom me and your squirming friends, Tur-leymended by every doctor. You can do For a long minute Mathers looked it in your home, and do not require at her. Then picking up the rattler a garden. It is only to buy the morn he walked to the edge of the cliff and ing paper, tear it into fragments. chuck- them on the floor, and pick hurled him far out "There!" he said simply as he re- them up. Quite as good as garden turned and spread out his empty Ing. hands. "Do do you suppose It him Aerial Postal Service In Italy. he landed where you Italy Is the latest country to try an threw him?" Clara wept postal service. The Italian Then for the first time Mathers aerial laughed. "Oh, you consistent wom- aeronaut Dal Mlstro recently carried a sack of mall between en!" he said. "I wouldn't have had so Venice poatofflcea lathe Bologna and Duperduseln much time to study snakes anyhow, moaoplane, covering a the distance of since Tre got you to figure out the 101 miles In one hour aad tweatyrest of my days!" !" - many timet Brother of Judge Tells How He Came and is no good. If we have no mors HOUSE WITH to Be Called Kenesaw Mounthan six weeks loncerof winter weather. Which Will O.irrV IN In Mnrnh K II u -tain. . j 11 J Jf -J Mill be, indeed, fortunate. However, it spring permanently sots in by April first, "The most memorable Christmas I ever spent was during the war," said it will then be earlier than usual in this former Representative Landls of Indi- latitude. AT ONCE ana at the Willard. "My father had Not a Pauper. returned from the war on leave of to find another son. He had THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT Lincoln county denies most vehement taken part in the fight at Kenesaw ly that she has switched to the pauper BURNS AND WISH mountain, and when he found his heir colum. She claims that the figures awaiting him he suggested the name which YOU HAD have been published, and which Kenesaw Mountain. That Is how my brother, who has become more or less show that she Is in the pauper column for 1012, were complied and furnished noted as a judge, came to be named. "But it was not that incident that by the whisky element and were not made my Christmas so memorable. taken from the Auditor's books, as has Kenesaw was a baby. I had other been stated. Real brothers. We were living a few miles Oldham Building from a small town in Indiana, and my Madison Institute Comes in days' leave. He father had only a few Ky for 5hare of Funds. was compelled to rejoin his regiment The House Committee on War Claims before Christmas, if I remember correported Thursday the Omnibus Claims GRELNLEAF & HERRINGTON rectly. "I shall never forget the day before Bill, carrying over Sl,500,0O0 for the Lawyers that Christmas. My father and moth- payment of claims found due under the Office in Douglas & Simmons' now er went to town, and the boys natural- liowman act by the Court of Anneals Building on Second Street ly were much excited. When mother A claim of $0,500 is included in this bill came back with a bundle we were in favor of Madison Institute of this opp. Court House more excited. It turned out that fa- city. ther had purchased us some gifts. STJT.jTiX Mine was a candy camel. The other Teacher Gives $10,000. boys had similar gifts. I had great apBorea College is a benoficiarv to th preciation of that camel. I placed him Aitoknkyat-L- a , affectlonally on the 'what-no- t' of the extent of $10,0o0 under the will of Miss Kalhcrine Knapp, who was .a' Boston itiOHMOND, KENTUCKY. best room, and took many pilgrimages to have a look at him. Of course, I schoot teacher. This bequest is mado dice over State Bank & Trust Co., op caressed him, and now and then I to perpetuate the memory of her osite Court House, on Main Street. would take a loving lick. For several brother. Arthur Mason Knapp. days following Christmas my camel Administrator's Notice. remained there, but one day I could Harry M Blanton, not resist the temptation, and, turnAll persons having claims against the DENTIST ing carnlverous, I devoured my ani- estate or Ureed uott, deceased, are id Benojti Bui. .u. mal. I do not know what the other hfirnhv nntifinri tn nrninnr. tVin sumo in only IBLjiPnONE 13f boys did with their animals, but I sup- me, verified as required by law, on or pose they went the same way that before March 1, 1012, or same will be barred. mine did." Washington Post Partes indcbiod to the estate will pleaso come and settle at once and save Successor to Uurgin & Denny trouble. J. S. Gott, Heine and London. Administ ator of Creed Gott, Heine did not like London, but the 32-Berea, Ky. Over State Bank & Trust Company London county council likes Heine, TKLEPHONE 296 There is no bettor medicine made for Is now reminded by for the passer-b- y Chamberlain's Cough the usual encaustic tile thai the poet colds than once lived in Craven street. Strand. Remedy. It acts on nature's plan reAs he looked out of his lodging Heine lieves the lungs, opens the sesretions, Dentist exclaimed, "Send a philosopher to aids expectoration; ani restores the sysTelephon? 267 no poet This downright tem to a healthy condition. For sale by London, but earnestness of all things; this colos all dealers. I7-lOffice in Oldham Building sal uniformity, this machine-lik- e movement this moroseness even in pleasure, this exaggerated London smothers the ImaginaUon and rends the heart" But if Heine did not love London he found something within easy reach to warm the imagination and fire the heart the chalk cliffs with a beau of Ramsgate in mid-Juntiful Irish girl to assist In the pro cess. Ill Will buy or sell your bouse, s farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See Ground-Ho- g Saw His Shadow him if his services are needFrldav was Grounil-hn- i o h no saw his shadow, as the sun was shinine ed. me nour is supposed to " uiuck, his winternequarters. But "We represent iron bound emerge from ii uuusu i. maiier aoout that, for the Insurance Companies reweather is not governed by the groundhog; neither will the weather for the member this. next SiX Weeks hn inrlipntorli vj . Vio JUU o II u cr.'i ' shining or not shining at noon on the aobuuu uuj ui ceoruary. TO INSURE YOUR .mat ola theory has been exploded oruu5iuu uioo unurcn street, has purchased a half interest in the meat store of J. B Kaufman at 520 West Short street. The prico was not madfi public, but the change becomes effective immediately. Lexington Leader. J. James & Httnley We have TTrJfVi VVlbil kJMAAW.fc a beautiful line of ladies' black Caracul coats csifnf rnllflrc. pyrtra Wiahrsij fnrmerlv sold at 12.50 WWfc J - --- JU jlU AO Your choice of any of our $7.50, $8 and $8.50 In thss lot there are some beautiful coats in black, tan and black These coats are all new styles and nicely and white checks. tailored For $4 98 adiesr Coats D. R. Freeman ab-sen- E. V. Children's Coats at Greatly Reduced Prices tijt Elder J. T. FER RIELL Estate Agent Thinking of Plumbing or Heating Our Department of Planning and Designing can render you valuable assistance in planning, suggesting and working your own ideas into practical shape. Richmond, This Service Is Free. And further, it places you uuder no obligations whatever. There are many homes in and around Richmond which have been heated by with American Radiator and Ideal Boilers and C. A. Burton "Water Supply and we believe that in each and every one you will find a satisfied customer. RICHMOND HEATING AM) PLUMBING COMPANY B. F. HURST, Proprietor Egg Famine in Madison. Madison county is in tho throes of an egg famine, such as was never seen here before. Durine the cold weather, it seems, that all hens havo gone on strike, as very few eggs could bo had at any price last week and those sold brought 5c each. The grocers say eggs aro scarcer than over known here before. "Dr. Thomas Electric Oil is t he best romedy for that often fatal disease croup. Has been used with success in our family for eight years." Mrs. L. f7-lWhiteacre, BufTalo, N. Y. m R. Emmett Million Telephone 270 4t DENTIST Betsyfs Pointers a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make ner-se- lf highly agreeable. If you wish, to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at Dr. Robt. C. Boggs 'I have never seen Corsets, Suits, Coats. To Tax Bachelors. the Kentucky Legislature, Thursday, taxing bachelors from 10c to 25c each, the revenuo to bo used for school purposes. A bill was introduced in one Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 62 Ricci's ico cream is delicious. Every, talks about it. Any flavor mado to order and delivered' promptly. tf Opera House Building 1 Mrs. J. A. MOORES J 226 Second St. S0MEB0DY: - 100K. DO YOU WEAR SHOES? IS:--W- g Richmond John R. Gibson : : Ky. WANT TO James B. 'Walker eight minute. Be Comfortable. To be comfortable a Man's Shirt should fit him perfectly. We have secured the Agency for SICKLY CHID Made Weil T. By Vinol Letters from a Grateful Mother will appreciate it J. J. GREENLEAE New Haven, Conn. "My little girl, ever since her birth, was frail and sickly and nothing seemed to do her any good until we tried your cod liv Offico next door to Government build er and iron tonic, VlnoL As soon as ng Richmond, Ky. she commenced to take it, I noticed an improvement In her health and ap pearance. She has now taken three bottles of Vinol, and from the good it has done her I can say It will do all DENTIST you claim for It In building up and Lick, Kentucky strengthening frail and delicate chil dren." (Name furnished on reiuestj Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Another mother of Chicago, III, Specialty. writes: "I can not say too much In Office In Bank Building. praise of Vinol for delicate, ailing R. Pennington Dentist. H. I. PATRICK COMPANY Of Cincinnati The, Leading 5hirt Men. of that city. Mr. Menzer will be in our store on LANDMAN-MENZLR Up-to-Da- te BUY AT HALF PRICE? e FACTS 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 VALUE. Paint children." Dr. M. Dunn Specialist Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE Beit Braces for fences, Water Taaks, etc., and any kicrf tor aU kiodc ot MachMMryl In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky We ask every mother of a frail, or ailing child in this vicinity to try Vinol on our agreement to re--' turn their money if it does not go au Blckly WO MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19 AND 20 to personally take Your Measure and assist you in determining the Style Shirt that would please you. .Their line is a beautiful one, and Workmanship on Shirts Unsurpassed. Wo want Your Shirt . Business. Give us a trial. If we fail you do not have to keep the Shirts. to-fi- rlftltn, B. L. AHDDELTON. Druggists We have put in our stock, too, big counters 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 pan: or so of a kind. $3.50 values $1.69; $3.00 Shoes for $1.49; $2.00 Shoes for $ .00; $ 50 Shoes Tor 75 cenfs. 1 1 RinniiOKD, Ky JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering, Services Reasonable. PHONE. 83, or 481. G G Sale & all-around Cp, H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR RICHMOND M. WIDESKENTUCKY 33 Phone Are the largest ord er buyers of cattle, hofs, sfoep, Iambs, and calves at the Ckk- cfanati Union Stock Yards. Cmttiffl your stock to them aad receive the hsrhest mark prices You can also buy tho BEST SOCK in Richmond at ours ore. It is the ONYX. "Wo carry A Two-week- s PRE-ENVENTO- RY SALE fecfinsNOW. t"bs them for MEN, LADIES' and CHILDREN. Mb MU R. Gibson & Co. : W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY Richmond Greatest Store. bHssc of UmnmIU ptronBding a visas of a eosapstsat mux. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. McKe Mock TefepfcMe W? S, Norris. 500 Mb. Margaret.lhelp Magellan it Si When You of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes,attractive with new'things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every Last and Lowest Cut On And your last and best chance to buy. Price-cuttin- S spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New x Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. 7 II g BENNETT and has reached the limit and Suits and Overcoats will never go lower. H I GG I N S Now is the time to buy if you wish your money to bring the greatest returns. clothing in the-world Hundreds of fine Suits and Overcoats to select from, most of them the Kenton make, the equal of any Prices are made below reason, but we'd rather stand the loss than keep the merchandise. UNDER AKING EcTrare of Ointments t 'i .. . for style and fit and long wearing quality. for Catarrh tbr So here are the figures, our last and lowest cut; and mark you, they can never go lower LOCAL AND jt OTHERWISE Thnt Contain Mercury c u i. . Lc fce t ' j " : Ileadleaa Items Prepared or the (M :. !. :j Hurried Reader. C.na Cu-. 4. r.i. T Mo. O.. 1,. r. J ! i u:.ru ttruk7. rrr ! i i! li rH mrmm rtr- il tmvinn ItaUV taCalHTB Dan fire, lightning, cyclon6 ti' rmta Ft tu .4. ).. T V4o. Ctto.li fcf tjk.a and liveBreck, insurance. . stock I . J. tf If you are not a subscriber to The '- T rrtrc. ttr. prr battle. Climax, have your name placed upon li .. s TaaOr FBk far aMtfcctteo- li u a, d f 1 v h. J- - tfmtrm u.uvu.1 HnrtMK. M )nm 1 imi of ee! wtirn fcucli .l faWCftp-..t.- t ' a ikr aWase ,4 e, . - 'i!l il. f". to Owes MoKec, Rlobmond K" fc r dry goods and notions. Others A tf why not yea. agent for Hurst Trs. A. Z o Insurance Co. "Write me or phone 151 riag 2. Union Oily, Ivy. : s !jr c-- C.o Sbi, -- Is at attractive :;rc Lining, - r::"y of Oatsasd f aH kinds ot field prices. See us its big growing list. tf "Knock, and the world knocks with you; boost and you boost alone," says a magazine writer. Old corn $4.25 per bbL by the load. Send your order to Arnold & Simmons. tf Reports continue to come from all over the State telling of stock dying from eatiog decaved or musty corn. Absold & Simmons. Z'j i Unison county tgi?e a second torm Am prepared to give lessons in all 25 Eist 3 ' lose officials who perform their duty kinds of Crochet at my homo the first term of office, and you Main. Prices reasonable. crake no mistake by dedding to cast Mrs. JosErn Arnold. forR. It. Terrill for 2 Why was Noah a good financier? .3 t3 "lie office ef Owinty Court Olerk. Because he floated a stock company has long been a Democratic custom nis pants. Raz Barlow got up the other morning just after the big sleet and slipped on ilogwa'low Kentuckian. our finest Suits and Overcoats, the very finest clothAll this seaing: sold in Richmond. son's newest styles in a great variety of attractive colors and patterns. Sizes The original tickets to fit all men. marked in plain figures show the former prices $22.50 and $25, choice For choice lb. 13 10 of all $ 1 6.50 $ 5 50 m now for Fine Suits and Overcoats, brought below the price level of the cheaper kinds. Faultless in fit and style, and Careful of extra wearing quality. business men will buy now for next wimer at this price. Formerly sold at $18 and $20, choice now for $13.50 An extremely low price for Suits and Overcoats that sold for $15, $16.50 and $17. Splendid fabrics and good tailoring in every one of them, and a wide variety to select from and the price now only $10.50 "They'll Never Go Lower" A ten dollar bill and some change back buys choice oi all our $12.50 and $14 Suits and.Overcoatgenuine bargains for the man who wants-genteel- , serviceable clothing at small prices. Take your choice for $9.50 "They'll Never Go Lower" 9 50 Our ten dollar Suits and Overcoats are noted as the best sold for the prict; we have sliced off oi the price, but let you have aH ot the quality. Your pick for $7 50 "They'll Never Go Lower" one-fourth H II li "They'll Never Go Lower" SMK"Ttovtrmr?? Last and Lowest Cut On Last and Lowest Cut On ci II Last and Lowest Cut On s record is open for the closest inspec- - while every body else was forced into involuntary liquidation. Vote for R. B. Terrill for to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his tf. present administration. HANAN shoe-maki- ng SHOES WALK OVER SHOES Everyone is acquainted with Walk-Ov- er Shoes but no one has ever met them before at AH winter weights, including the these prices. new high toes, high heels and arches, in patents, gun metals, heavy calf, etc, cut lower than ever SPEEDWELL We think Speedwell Shoes the best ever m The ground has not been entirely tree from snow since January 0. Each snow that fall lingers for another, as the old saying goes, and the adage has proven true during the past month. Langshan Eggs. Pii'C bred White Langshan Latching. 81.00 fer 16. 0 1m Pauk Siibwox, Mrs. Mattie G. Baxter purchased from Mrs. Lucy Lackey Moore Monday the eggs for Wm. Rice property situated on East Main street near the L. & N. Depot for the sum of $1,500.00 cash. The Burley Tobacco Society has announced that it is prepared to make a 10 per cent, distribution of funds for the Dr. Million Goes To New 1909 tobacco pool, amounting to approximately $2,000,000. York. I)- - Jack Millien, son of Mrs. Amanda When in need ol Blacksmithing iu 11. ioa of this eKjr, left Thursday for any of its branches, Farming Imple2cw lork City, whore he entered the ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Metropolitan Hospital as an interne. Rubber tires &c, getprices from R. E. f. Dr Million received bis appointment Miller, Union City, Ky. through a Chicago school of medicine When the common earth worm is cut and is a deserved compliment to the Jib ihesof the young physician, who in two, he would make a fuss about it; has he best wishes of a host of friends but the tail end will grow a head and two tail. fcreiery success in his new field of the head end a of one.There will beoften Misfortune worms instead -- ibor doubles our strength. Union City, Ky. t-1 the finest made for men finest leathers, finest J 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 0 weights a. newest styles in winter Hanan Shoes are known the world over as 1 known brought to Richmond for the price; and you'll (r think so too when you wear them. All the fine o n leathers and all the new styles to pick from 4' m o H $6 for 4.95; $5.50 grades 4.45 Last and Lowest Cut On 4.00 f or 3.25 or 2.75 Xast and Lowest Cut On 4,00 grades 3 50 for 2 7 Last and Lowest Cut On c c i i a m r Secured New Quarters. Sam Hurst, who has been conducting a proccry store in the Barlow mill fcu :Jing on East Main streot, has leased t.o of the Clay storerooms, near the building, and will move his tock o: goods thereto at an early date. s T v is one of the nicest storerooms in H mond and is well located. The thermometer dropped from S3 c'jcie Saturday afternoon to 8 degrees bc.iw zero Sunday evening. A subscriber wants to know "how to Why, if the egg is all tell an egg." right, don't tell it anything. It doesn't need any advice. If you think the egg is wrong well, you know chickens can't understand the English larguage, anyhow. A correspondent wants to know the origin of the phrase "he isn't in it." It was first used by an editor who died and went to Heaven and looked around for a man who had taken his paper and read it for two years and then refused to pay for it. In affirming a judgment of the Ken ton Circuit Court, the Court of Appeals says the City Council has the authority to compel tnc construction oi siaewsins, and a warrant issued by the city against the DroDertv for the amount of the cost of constructl n is collectable by law. It takes more than 15.000.000 miles of single wire for the people of this country to communicate with one another over the telephone and telegraph. Thir teen million miles ot mis wire are usea for telephoning, and the total length of all the wire would circle the earth at the equator 000 times. TO. i. thn sestsnn nf the Year when mmhare nl virv miinh concerned over UlVhUb.W .w.j the frequent colds contracted by their children, and have abundant reason for weakens tne megs,, it as every lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious disease that so Cough often follow. Chamberlain's itpmpdv ia famous for its cures, and is and safe to take. For sale by tl-lall dealers. Beacon Shoes lasts and strong wearing quality. people know Beacon Shoes the better they like them. Stylish shapes, easy fitting Heavo Shoes work shoes in 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 the beginning, they are great bargains now sell the best Boys' Shoe Many boys will need another pair of shoes before winter goes, and here is your opportunity to buy and save 5m The more the We know we More Than 5kin Deep More Than a Skin Salve is Cut now Needed to Cure Piles Permanently. Don't be disappointed if you fail to get a .as'ing cure of piles with salves. The cause of piles is more than skin deep. It is sluggish, flabby veins pockets filled w.ih thick, bad blood. HEM KOID. a tablet tonic remedy, is tr.kcn inwardly, acts on the circulation B3d cures all kinds of piles thoroughly, SI for 24 days' supply at B. L. Middel t:a and all druggists. Dr. Leonhardt (o , Station B., Buffalo, N. Y., mail a free booklet. 11 3.00 quality for 3.50 quality for 245 275 Better anticipate your shoe needs at these cut prices 5.00 grades now 3.95; 4.00 grades now 3.10; 3.50 grades now 2.95; 3.00 grades now 2.40; 2.50 grades now .95 Last and Lowest Cut On ' - 3.00 2.50 2.00 1 .85 I ; Shoes noM2.35 Shoes now 1.95 Shoes now 1.50 Shoes now 1.35 Foot Cut Off. "VVa son of Henry Ilunter, lace Hunter, of this olty, while attempt iug to step on a moving train Friday lost h:s footing, falling under the rzrs and one of his feel was crushed. T.:e unfortunate young man was taken d to "".e Infirmary where his leg was above the ankle. Several years ipo 'he little fellow met with an acci-c;- by which his hip was injured, rcccssitaling the use of crutches for l Ho had but recently yeirs. r:ccercd and threw aside his crutches when he met with the accident above He is resting as com fortrr.c:oned s' e as is possible under the circum- nine-year-o- ld am-F-i"csti-cra- Tremendous Sacrifice While all hats are greatly reduced, Stetson's alone excepted? we call especial attention to these two lots Sv g Last and Lowest Cut On To Allow Interest Thnro ft movement on foot to nass a law that where counties owe money for rn,ilrrc ronrinrpri. nnii cannot oav cash that six per cent interest shall be allow ed on claims, bometmng oi tne same kind should be done lor our teacners who have to wait for months to secure their hard earned wages. Sale of Hats f UNDERWEAR cents now 39 : 1.00 now 79 1.50 : now 1.15 50 SHIR TS 1.00 for 79c 1.25 for 1.00: 1.50 for 1.25 2.00' for 1.50' No seduction on cheaper shirts V for 2.00; 3250 for 1.50 White Shirts excepted, Every piece of winter underwear must go without regard to cost or value fine shirts as follows All other t'AT.CCS Madison County Assessments Deputy Assessor J. G. Baxter and W. S Han ley finished Saturday the tabu-iX.z- n of the books of the county. Ac: ddc the principal items were: Cash nfcar.lt 823S.0S0 a decrease of 1911 of $i TOO. Notes, mortgages, etc., iDO an increase of 885.360; 2G0.092 acres of land, valued at $S, 197,200. an 835.3S0: 5.193 horses, 8278,- ... Ia 1911 there were 5293. valued at 8- - GSlo, a decrease of $38,440; 2,303 riiies, $159,450. In 1911 there were 2 29a valued at $185,010. a decrease of ' $1,-C7- D To the Public Aftpr footlnir ud the sales of the Mad- Horn nan for the i,n Milling proprietorsv are pleasedfirst to month, the say that its volume of business has their most saneuine expecta tions and especially has this been true tri'h reference to uicnmona ana juaai- son county merchants. They are grati fied to iind a growing aisposiiion on me nt thn nnhlin to natronize home in dustries and to demand goods "made in Richmond" just as Clark county people want goods "made in Winchester'' and Fayette county people want The Madgoods "made in Lexington." ison Milling Company guarantees its product to be as ,?ood as any in the world. wemwK uieu iui. iw uui, meal and feed should be given the preference over that of foreign concerns for several reasons. First If there is anything wrong you can find us. Then we furnish a home market for your wheat and corn. We pay taxes here, helpiag to build streets, turnpikes nd school houses. Local shops build our wagons and shoe our eight frtwd of horn. bV PeODle V'ln. t.lonKnnu int connected with the Madison Milling Company, making biwiaeM for the loeaJ out-..n.i- iJ Greatly overstocked and forced to unload at a tremendous sacof rifice. The offering includes all the new fall and winter stlyes 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 Roclofs' quality, the hats we have sold for years, offered no at the lowest prices ever known 3.00 and 3.50 for 2.00; 2.50 for 1.50 Offer subject to withdrawal at any time, so you had better be prompt ninety-thre- e JKk jacks, $10,770; -3 cr.e hundred and sixteen jennets, $3,100; 12,9:1 cattle, $248,170. In 1911 there were 14.520. valued at $300,090, a de ot $51,820; 7,945 sheep, $17,900. 19il there were 8.499. valued at $:0 590. a decrease of $2,090; 12.200 l ogs, $51,700. In 1911 there were 12,- O0S. valued at 73.420. a decrease of 52L, CG0' wagons and vehicles. $75,700; 239 s:ocks ol goods. 335,900. Total assess men', of all property for 1912, $12,995.-5.0- : 1911 assessment amounted to $12, 70S 895. Increase over 1911. $200,015. Dogs Maies 21 years of age. 6.205 Lsted. 2,370. Average price of land per 5l-- Last and Lowest Cut on Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Men's and Boys1 Odd Pants, Heavy Work Coats, Etc., Etc., ForCash:tqOne and All rntd acre nas advanced ab'iut (K)c per acre. beng now $31.40 per acre in the county as a whole. The decrease ol cattle, etc , was probably due to the drouth of the past year, causing the farmers to ship before September 1, which Is listing time. Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headache, nausea, indigestion. That blood makes you weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood fritters makes the blood rich, red, pure restores pwrfMt kwltb. I7lm local help. Sixty popte. including families ot proprietors and employees, are consumers of supplk furnished by H" lk Uicnmona mercsams. m local reciprocity jbouM be Boouraged. 5nad vour neaer itt heeae aad you may wm it again. SmmL K away, and it is goae I or ever. Pleaee call lor MatHm Milling Company's braodc when ordering (rota your marcfeant. COVINGTON and BANKS We will offer our entire stock of Shoev 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 year With the exception of a very few small articles, we will sell every thiug 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 Feb. 3rd 9 A.M. Satu may Continuing for 10 Sale Days BEGINNING at - - v. Men's Shoes now $4.79 $6.00 Men's 5tacy Adams 5hoes, now 4.29 5.50 Men's 5tacy Adams 5hoes, 5.00 Men's Florsheim, black and tan, now 3.29 3. 9 4.00 Men's Swell Shod, black and tan 1 Ladies' Shoes $4.00 Ladies' Shoes 3.50 Ladies' Shoes 3.00 Ladies' Shoes 2.50 Ladies' Shoes 2.00 Ladies' Shoes 1.50 Ladies' Shoes --- 350 Men's 3.00 2.50 2.79 W. L. Douglas, black and tan - now 2.39 Men's W. L Douglas - now 1.99 Men's W. L Douglas Misses', Boys', Youth's and Little Gents' Shoes all at Reduced Prices t9 r now $3.19 now 2.59 now 239 now 1.99 now .79 now .29 1 1 These Prices Are Strictly Cash Nothing Charged In order that we may complete arrangements for this sale, our store will be closed from Thursday, February J, at 6 p m., to Saturday, Feb. 3 The reputation of this house for square dealing and fair treatment is sufficient guarantee that every item will be sold as advertised $2.00 Suits 150 Suits 1.00 Suits Men's Underwear now $ .59 now 1.19 now .79 1 $1.50 Shirts 1 IVfen'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 Socks Men's and Boy's Gloves $L0O Silk Socks :: 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 50 Silk Socks : z : 25 Socks (except Interwoven) : : .15 Socks z i : ; 50 Suspenders : r 25 Suspenders : now 79c mow 39c now 19c now 7c now 39c now 19c $2.00 Gloves 1 50 Gloves 50 Gloves .25 Gloves 1.00 Gloves now $ .59 now 1.19 now .79 now .39 now .19 1 Great Reduction on Suit Cases and Traveling Bags These prices quoted are on new and up to date goods. Our broken lots of Shoes and Slippers, odd sizes, out of date and otherwise, will be found on our Bargain Counters Reduced Prices On All Hats We Guarantee the Price and Quality of Every Article Sold to be as Represented K IV IR .hv "lk. H 1 iill Sale Wffl Begin Promptly at 9 A. M. Saturday, Feb'y 3, and Closes Wednesday Night Feb'y 14, at 6 P.M ip B M 214 WEST MAIN RICHMOND, KY