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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 14, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912021401_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 14, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR Will RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 1912 Not Be. Buried in Pauper Be Game. NUMBER 34 L. R. JBlanton : WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL Cemetery. The Mason & Hanger Company, railroad contractors by whom he was employed at the time of bis injury on the L it E. extension, which resulted fatally after a hard fight for life in a hospital here, will not permit tho body of David Gauban to be buried in a pauper's grave, judging from the contents of a telephone message received by J. H. Wiol & Son, undertakers, who have charge of the body. Mr. Gauhan, who was foreman of a gang of laborers, when fallipg rock from a premature blast injured him fatally, has no known relatives in th s country, his people all residing in Ireland. Tho contractors for whom he worked have made it a practice for some time to have thoir employes insured against accident and this insurance will enable them to give the man a respectable burial. Thurs-na- y morning Attorney M. AY. Ripy, of Louisville, representing the Mason & Hanger Company, called up the undertakers here, who are holding the body, and gave instructions' not to bury it in the pauper's cemetery, but to hold it for burial instructions, which would be here Friday. Tho full cost of the burial was inquired about by Attorney Ripy, and, from what the company's representative stated, it is expected that a check will arrive Friday with the instructions covering the entire expense of tho burial arrangements and tho stranger in a strange land will be given a respectable interment in tho local cemetery. Lexington Leader. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, LI v Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock YAL m BAKING EASY Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Corner Main and B Street Telephone 85 BAKING POWDE Absolutely Pure MAKES HOME Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There are years when even farming, which is as'Uependabloan occupation ns we can Hnd, does not Rive a fair return for labor. This past year, large sections A have been stricken with drought. ! man who has seen his full summer's tob spent for practically no returns can not be blamed for discouragement. II taxes sand to stick and energy to come bck We farmers need to and try ag'ain. cultivate a Iitt'o of that unconquerable spirit which Was shown by a aian who, last month, went on the operating table He for a serious surgical operation. did not rally from the anesthetic, and, after a consultation of wise physicians, His they all pronounced him dead. body was removed to the morgue and left there Tor tho night. About 2 o'clock in the morning the attendant in the corridor looked through the glass doors and was astonished to seo a movement of the white clothes that draped the dead ma is form. Almost frightened to death, be called tho doctors, liremon and police. Thoy entered the death chamber as the lately deceased slowly arose and rubbed his eves. "Gimme my pants." said ho, "I want to so to work." ThU man came back. Ho was game. Kven the doctors could not kill him. There is another year coming. One swallow doesn't make a summer and ono drought need not spoil disaster. Go to it. brave men, the earth is yours and the fullness thereof. 1 TH E MATTRESS (MME Off every genuine mattress) a FOSTER t STEARNS IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlHSIDETHE SHOWS YOU HAVE TO BUYfON?FAllHOWE i WHSJINSlbKoSM sif- .t- - AND R EA i$f?ti5Zk&Lc-3nrif Tuasxiuo n, ins GWkimiSmSSmF' 4--f-- DTHt''BlHD&ifZm i.vl til r jrANDg , uJSa rnu-JS-- J 'J- TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE. 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In this way a complete cure is effected in any case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPTION. Endorsed and sold in Richmond by Perry's Drug Store. We are sending to our subscribers WHOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS IIAVE EXPIRED tf Arxold & Simmons. To Utilize Poor Hillsides. Havo you a poor field that does not pay! Then plant it in apple trees. An apple orchard of good winter varieties will pay a greater profit with loss labor than any other crop. Many farmers have poor hillsides which they can make pay if they will handle them right. Many men are today getting rich from the fruit of their orchards. Orchards must bo fenced, sprayed, pruned and looked after, but when this is done thoy will pay. The farmer who plows his land as long as it will stand it, will not prosper. Ho must build up his land and not farm on any one extreme. An all round farmer is the man who succeeds. Fonco and take care of your land and have land to tend. Rotate your crops and don't plow too much. A Cmuax representative will call on merchants of the county during the next fow days with a beautiful line of BAMPLE CALENDARS. See our samples and learn prices before placing your orders for this class of printing. Croup Ends Life Many Children Die of Croup Every Year Before a Doctor Can Be Summoned. Parents of children should be prepared at all times for a spasm of croup. Keep in the house a romedy that will give instant relief and keep the child from choking until the arrival of the physician. Get a 50 cent bottlo of HYOMEI today and in case of an attack of croup pour 20 drops into a kitchen bowl of boiling water. Hold the child's head over the bowl so that it can brea'h tho soothing, penetrating vapor that arises. In the This meantime send for a physician. treatment has saved the lives of many children and is a precaution that all paronts should promptly tako. HYOMEI is sold by B. L. Middelton and druggists everywhere' and is guaranteed for croup, catarrh, asthma and bronchitis. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process'of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted iato hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, slariding neatly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jufl the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfecl relaxaone-six- th tion. 3 Oliver Chilled Plows win do more work, with tbc aam. amount of draft, and do It better, than any other plows made. They art more Arottsty built, they wear looser, and scour perfectly. OLIVER'S CHILLED METAL la the beft material that enter Into the conslnicMon of plow and alanda alone, la data by Itaelf. entirely abore successful competltioa. Made in the be& qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Remember that photo she gave you at Xmas it is up to you Opea ) Four Grades of Su eriority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Fofter you get the beSl Mattiew value oar4. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattres. We'll gkfty shew them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Ecosem... Mattress to boy. now OLIVER CHILLEti PLOWS keep their old friends as well aa win new one because the? are built right, they run right, and becaua they are the Sundays) 10 2- -- - 12 4p.m. a. hi. Lightest Draft Plows Known WSIIAVSTKEM. urrs ccr toother. TOO MUD THEM. D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Telephone 33 McGAUGHEY and to those in ARnEABS, statements of their accounts which, we trust, will meet with a ready rosponse. We shall greatly appreciate suoh a response, and tf it will help us a lot. 1 telefitone us ant sews they may We want our subscribers to sekd or have. We are under maxt obligations Pure bred White Langshan eggs for to those who do it. We cannot get all Come to Owen McKce, Richmond hatching. 81.00 for 15. the news, so help us to get out a good paper by sending in an item once in a Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Park Shelton, Union City, Ky. while. if do and why not you. tf 33-3- Lanshan Eggs. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W. S. O. R. O. L. I I hustling Cash Store The Remnants and Odds and Ends :: All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men's and Boys' Clothing and Ladies Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced Prices $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 ,75&to 4.50 Children's Coats, worth from 125 to 8.50, for Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for the quality, tharrever known );00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for 15.00 and 17.50 Stilts and Overcoats for .-12.50 Suits and Overcoats for 10.00 Suits and Overcoats for 10.00 Corduroy Suits for Boys' Suits and Overcoats at equally low prices Men's Odd Pants from 75c up Big E Nuff every day Shirts for men with more goods you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c Reduced Prices on All Winter Goods - $12.50' 10:50; 8.50, . 7:50 - 6.75 in them thanfe Asls our custom, we will offer high class merchandiae at a; price to close out all odds lots and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If not as 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 ofJxth HAMILTON 4 BaH LaV Ll LB kkw' "aaK imaV smH kk kk Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute'" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods; and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of Powell, and attended the funeral of her Powell, Monday brother, Mr. W-Jessamine News Mrs. H. B Hanger and Mrs. B. L. Middelton entertained with tea, the former on Friday and ihe latter on Tuesday, in compliment to Mrs. Hanger's guest, Mrs. Vertner Mitchell, of Winchester. Miss Nora Napier will go to Richmond, Wednesday evening to attend a Miss Susie Jones returned to dance OFFICE SEEKERS 1 Git-fo- il SET UP A HOWL Sfa ft A $12.50 Couch umy mu.uu Tlty Saw Prtmisti Away Jils Fran Thsm. v OF PRISON ACT BOILING DOWN PRICES Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart 5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods 1 OWBN McKBBy The Richmond Climax. miana crew wemesmt it THE CLIMAX PRINTING (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White Mcaktr KEKTUCKY PRESS ( The Lebanon Enterprise has passed its twenty-fift- h milestone and like other things for which Kentucky is noted, hi grown better with age.' The Enterprise is one of the best weekly papers in Ken CO tucky and deserves all the success that may come to it. According to the Agricultural Depart Pres. and Mgr. ment there are two hundred and forty Seo'y-Treafive different kinds of cheese beside lim- berger, which is in a class by it;elf. s. her home in Richmond, Sunday, a 'tor a visit to Miss Nan- y Mullins. Winchester Democrat. Mrs. Mary B. Dean, of State Normal School, Richmond, returned home MonMisses day after a visit to relatives. Mary Bark ley and Elizabeth Horine returned with her to take a Normal course Jessamine Journal. Misses Julia White, Callie Miller Shackelford and Jane D. Stockton, three of Richmond's most attractive young society girls, have returned to their homes after a short stay with Miss Let-ti-e May McRoberts Lancaster Record. Mrs. R. E. Turley is visitiog in Louisville. Mr. Turley wont down and spent Sunday. While there they attended services at Elder Powell's church which has recently been completed and is one of the handsomest church buildings in the land. Mrs. Kate Wiggins gave a silver offering at her home on Third street Monday evening for the benefit of the First Presbyterian Church. Music and singing were the features of the evening and the occasion was greatly enjoyed by those present. A neat sum was realized for the church. Prof. J. B. Harris, wife and two daughters, Misses Lelia and Bessie, of Richmond, came over Monday to attend the funeral and burial of their relative, W. A. Powell. Prof. Harris called on the editor and talked over o'd scores and broached a few new subjects. Nicbolasville Ga'ling Gun. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thorpe were vis ited at their country home last Thurs day evening by a number of their friends from this city. A delightful supper was served, after which games were participated in until a late hour. A most enjoyable evening was spent by those present. - CONSTRUCTION Upholstered in Chase Leather over a construction of oil tempered steel springs, beautiful golden frame. It is impossible in a picture to give you a clear idea of the exceptional values we are offer ing just now in our entire line of Claim Is Made That Pending Amendment Will Keep In Office For Four Years the Incumbents In Fat State Joba at Frankfort and Eddyville Naturally Enough Those Who Were Looking For a Change Protested Vigorously. and factories and will save you 0 to 20 per cent on cash purchases. Let : : : : : us show you Its easier to show you than to tell you. 1 Furniture?, Garpets and Stoves We buy direct from the We are headquarters for Sewing needles, Machines and Supplies bobbins, shuttles, belts, etc., for all : : : : : machines mills ASSOC 1AT10I Hos. William R. Hearst will be ex EASTERN. EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FPICE 11.00 FEB YEAB - - 1912 IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. FEB. 14 The word "tax" should be substitute The people ed for the ward "tariff." weuld then understand the question Fewer people would then acbetter. cost the protectionist theory that the way for them to increase their prosperity would be to increase the tax on everything they cat, wear or use. To use the word "tax" instead or "tariff" weuld be to make the protection appear ridiculous to the wage earner. Instead of saying the "tariff on wool," it would be better to say "the wool tax," or "the sgar tax," or "the implement tax," the sewing machine tax," etc. The word tariff is a deceiver. But the people knew what tax is. They know they pay it themselves. The word tariff has a certain ring to it that sounds like it was paid by &eme third party. A rHTSiciAX has advanced the theory that the death of horses and other stock which was supposed to have resulted from eating decayed corn, is really due to the faot that blackbirds contract the germ and this is sucked in by mosquitoes that bite the horses or contaminate their food. Horses have died in Madison by the score this winter and if the physioiao above mentioned will oeeviaee us that any of the stock to succumb here were bitten by mosquitoes during the past few months, we will accept the doctor's statement without further question, as an insect that can survive suoh winter weather certainly weuld cause death to anything with wbioh it came in contact. tensively entertained by the Frankfort Press Club upon his visit to Kentucky President J. S. Dickey, of the Bowling today. Green Business University, lectured in Normal Chapel Monday at 8 o'clock, President Taft will appoint this His theme was "Love and Sympathy for week a successor to the late Justice Har ourellowmen." It was a splendid, lan of the United States Supreme Court. helpful address and the intelligent dis cussion of the subject, together with the unequaled wit of the speaker, held the audience throughout. Both the AND faculty and student body remember President Dickey with pleasure. & & PERSONAL SOCIAL jt The beef trust packers declare that during the years 1907, 1903, 1909 and 1910 their not profits from fresh meat of one cent a were only pound. In 1907 the retail price of fresh meat was frdm 11.8 to 13.3 per cent higher than in 1900, while the price of cattle declined in that period from 582.40 to 181.58. And while dressed beef was half a cent a pound dearer in 1016 than in 1909, the price of beeves was lewer, declining from $9 per nun dred pounds in 1909 to $7.53 in 1910. Any cow, says the Kew York World, has the right to wonder who got the extra difference between her price on the hoof and her price dressed. one-eigh- th Mb. E. C. Waltox has purchased and assumed control of the Somerset Times, his first issue of the paper appeared last week. Mr. Walton was for many years editor of the Stanford Interior Journal, y one of the best papers published in Kentucky, and it is useless to predict a bright future for Mr. AVal ton in his new field of labors, as a man of his ability and energy are bound to succeed, and no one can wish him more success than The Climax. semi-weekl- A FELLOwwalked down thestreelTues-dastrap-sandal- y with his socks exposed under a pair of.summer And some of the ladies with the consumptive-cu- t k dresses thought the sandaled follow was just so indiscreet! We put it up to the debating societies: "Which is the more susceptible to injury from exposure, milady's lungs or a man's ankles?" Cynlhiana Log Cabin. low-nec- Ms. and Mss. Habht McCabtt, of Kicholasville, have hosts of friends over the State who are gratified to know that their young son, Harry, Jr., is recovering from accident which recently befell him. While playing with a brother the lad fell, stabbing himself in the abdomen with his pen knife. Upon investigation it was found to be not as serious as was at first feared. vocate Sekator Gore, of Oklahoma, will ada Federal appropriation of from to 812,000,000 for the next ten years to be expended upon roads. In his bill, the Senator makes the proviso that the State to derive any benefit $10,000,000 from the money will have to appropriate double or triple the amount received from the government. Former Gotxbxou J. W. Folk, of Missouri, has announced his retirement from the race for indorsement in that State for the Democratic nomination for president, and pledged his support to Speaker Clark. Tk Legislature tiMiiia will go 4ewK la hirtory wiife a reeorc uoequaled every pledge pteOem mi 0 mmi dtmiB6d to mil ha the Dene-umk- e Coach Wilson was host to a pleasant n? j rA reception given on Saturday evening to the basketball team of the University of Tennessee. The guests included the Mr. Allen Zaring is in Louisville on visiting and home teams and a number business. of young lady students and teachers. Miss Callie Adams, of Lancaster, is Substantial refreshments of coffee and the guest of Miss Lee Prather. sandwiches were served, college songs Mr. J. T. Reeder, of Knoxville, Tenn., sung and a general good time enjoyed. was a visitor in the city Friday. Mr. A. R. Miller, of Kentucky WcsHon. Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, attend leyan of Winchester, President of the ed Circuit Court here Friday. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb left yesterday for State Executive Committee of the Inter collegiate Prohibition Association, made a month's stay a Hot Springs. Ark. us a visit Monday to make arrangements Misses Laura Taylor and Mary Miller for the joint state convention and ora are spending two weeks in Cincinnati torical contest to be held here in April. Mr. Russe L of Knoxville, Tenn , was ROBERT E. JOHNSON, SINGER. a guest over Sunday of Miss May James. Rev. Logan Receives Injury. Milwaukee, "Wis. Cecilian Club will meet today with d The Middlesboro gives Mrs. Leslie Evans. Subject, Brahms. the following account of an accident Mrs. Vertner Mitchell, of Winchester, that befell Rev. J. V. Logan, formerly Pigg's "Monthly. Redistricting Bill Finally-Agreehas betn the guest f Mrs. H.B. Hanger. of this city. Rev. Logan is a brother The first issue of Pigg's Monthly, a Upon. now paper just launched by Dr. W. B, Mrs. D. E. Flora left last week for a of Mrs. T. S. Burnan and has mapy The House Committee on CongresPigg, of Shawnee, Okla., has reached ten days stay in the Eastern millinery friends here who hope for bis speedy re night sional redistrictins met Thursday covery: our desk. Dr. Pigg is a brother of markets. at Frankfort, and decided to roport Charles Pigg and a nephew of "W. W. "Rev. J. V. Logan, of the Presbyte Mr. Lucas Tipton and wife have refavorably a bill for the following rian church, was the victim of an acci Pigg, of this city, and formerly resided turned from a visit to the latter's dent Monday evening at his home on changes in the Congressional districts: in Richmond, where ho has many parents in Irvine. Butler county is taken from the Third West Cumberland avenue, from which, friends who will recall him with pleas Mrs. Alex Denny and Mr. Murray for a while, it was thought he would lose district and placed in the Fourth. ant memories. The first issno is small, Smith spent Sunday with their parents the sight of his left eye. Hart county is taken from the Fourth but is so spicy that wo reproduce below in Fayette county. and placed in the Third. "It was while he was directing a boy tho entire edition: Clark, Powell and Estill counties are Mr. W. E. Farmer, of Berea, Madison about the handling of some hay in the "INTRODUCTIOX. taken from the Tenth and placed in the county, was in our city last Frida- y- loft of his barn when a hook he was "This is the smallest journal with the Notes. Church Seventh. London Mountain Echo. handling slipped from a bale of hay and Adair and Casey counties aro taken smallest circulation on earth. Dr. D. H. Scanlon will preach at the Miss Margaret Miller has returned struck his spectacles, driving with ter "It has but one page and one paidup from a visit to her cousin, Miss Dollie rific force pieces of glass into the eye Second Presbyterian church in Louis- from the Eleventh and placed in the suoscrioer. uounitnem, uK. "Every January for years wo have ball of his left eye. He was assisted to ville, next Sunday morning and evening. Eighth. McRoberts in Stanford. Menifee, Morgan, Wolfe. Montgomery wanted to start bomething, and each the house by the boy, and Drs. Robert There will be no services at the Christ Mrs. F. H. Goosman is ill at the P. A. timo we have been deterred ian church Sunday evening Pastor and and Elliott counties are taken from the we could not cot enuf 'stuff "readv C. Infirmary. She was operated on son and Edmonds were summoned. "Upon their arrival they found that congregation are invited to attend serv Tenth and placed in the Ninth. to suit us. AVe wanted a bigger begin Monday and is doing well. Rockcastle is taken from the Eighth ning, sometning elaborate, unique and his condition warranted an immediate ices at the Methodist church. Miss Kate Schmidt left Sunday for enticing. Now wo are content to begin and placed in the Eleventh. removal to the hospital. Rev. W. E. Hudson, Superintendent and grow. Cincinnati and Indianapolis to purchase Jackson, Owsley, Perry and Letcher small was on us weHeretofore, when the After a consultation Tuesday morning of Mission Work in Kentucky, would seize a Fabcr. will counties are taken from the Eleventh spell her spring millinery stock. scratch industriously for an hour, read it was decided to take the stricken preach next Sunday at the Presbyterian Mr. Truman Taggart, of Barbourville, minister to Louisville. He was accom it, and then gently but firmly apply the and placed in the Tenth. "The present season is especially favchurch, both morning and evening. is spending several weeks with Mr. A. panied there by Dr. Robertson, Lawrence is taken from the Ninth maicn. Tuesday everybody is invited to hear him. have many rhine stones of orable to the product on of this disease, "Thus D. Miller, near town. and placed in the Tenth. night, and placed in St. Joseph's Hos tnougnt gone up m smoKe. This peror as a dry season, followed by rains, is Elder Crossfield, president of Tran Mrs. C. B. Henry and son, Robert.left pital under the care of Dr. J.M. Ray, the nial attack boini: worse than the others favorable to the development of vege-tib- le Tickets for Dr. Willett's lecture are last week to visit relatives in Rich noted specialist. Later on Dr. Robert- sylvania University, Lexington, occu on sale at Middelton's and Perry's. will yield to no abortive measures, so poisons on the grass and fodder, pied the pulpit of the First Christian noro goes. mond, Ky. Louisville Times. son was joined by Dr. Edmonds. Both church, Single admission SO cents. "We can assure our subscriber and of this city, Sunday morning The many friends of Mrs. S.A. Death physicians returned yesterday morning, who His work is largely Special School for Ministers such othersits size may receive a sample copy, that report that the condition of Mr and evening. positively will not be erage will regret to know that she is and along the line of interesting young men reauccu reports to ttie contrary notLogan's eye is not so serious as it first On the theory that ministers in rural suffering again from rheumatism. to go into the ministry. withstanding. districts will be better able to perform Miss Bettie H. French is visiting the appeared after the accident, and there "Watch us grow. Mr. Robert R. Burnam made a very their duties and get into closer touch "Object To say our sav to the world family of It. C. Batte in Covington and will be no danger of losing his sight. interesting talk at Presbyterian church with the farmers if they understand in our own way. We have much to sav will attend Grand Opera in Cincinnati, This will be welcome news to his family, Sunday morning on the Laymen's Con modern farm methods, J, W. Newman, before we die and this seems the best friends and the entire community, who Mrs. Irvine Burton has returned to' vention held in Chattanooga last week, Commissioner of Agriculture, will es way to say It. have been depressed and grieved over "About 1C35 our 4 fathers (or was her home at Waco after a visit to her the unfortunate accident of their belov Mr. Burnam and Dr. D.H. Scanlon were tablish a special agricul ure sohool for i) landed on tne bleak shores of the At-it daughter, Mrs. George Taylor, in Irvine ed minister. At the Presbyterian church delegates from the First Presbyterian ministers at the State University in lantic seaboard from Merrio England. Miss Carrie Allman entertained the last night a union prayer service was church of this city. "Since then wo have increased and Lexington during July and August of multiplied until today 'Piffirs is Piirps ' Young Ladies' Sewing Circle of the neld, conducted by Uev. B. F. Chatham Bishop Louis W. Burton, of Lexing- this summer. Each minister will be We are scattered all over tho face of the Christian Church last Friday afternoon, of the 11. "E. Church, South, at which ton, wi 1 preach at the Episcopal entitled to a s' course free, and oarth from squeebunk to skeewee. You prayers were offered np for Rev. Log Tandy Moberley, Jr, of Madison an s recovery. church in this city, next Sunday morn Mr. Newman thinks he will be able to pick up a City Directory county, was the guest this week of his ing at 11 o'clock and in the afternoon at arrange it so that the ministers will not or a Duruiion itecoru witnout encoun4 o'clock. sister, Mrs. A. R. Martin. Winchester The publio is cordially in- have to pay any board during the time tering them. Thcso are our meat. We expect these Piggs, wheresoever dis vited to attend these services. Democrat. they are in Lexington. Mr. Newman persed over the globe, to eaoh send us a Mrs. P. F. Adams and little daughter, The Sunday school addition of the tays he has talked to many of the rural Dollar to make things go. Also wo want cortam dope from them Marietta, of Lawrenceburg, are here for Mary or Zaring Methodist church will be opened and district ministers and the suggestion S illy married, what Jim regarding who cot hunsr for for a course in agriculture has met with and why Bob was not nominated Presi a visit to her sisters, Mesdames A. D. 24 lb. Sack One-Ha- lf 75 dedicated on Sunday next. Dr. W. F. favor: He says that if a minister calls and C. D. Miller. dent. McMurry, of Louisville, Church Exten100 lb. for $2.95 sion Secretary, will preach at the morn on a farmer, for a pastoral visit, ho will "For verily we would miko this iour. Mr. W. P. Baxter left yesterday for nal a clearing houso for tho whole Warm ing service. Dr. McMurry is a strong be more welcome if ho understands Wheeling, W. Va., to attend the Nation gg generation. An historical reposi preacher and has done notable work farm methods and can talk farming in lory and a family visitor. al Vaudeville Association which con as Church Extension Secretary. He telligently. venes in that city today. will also speak at the evening hour. "Any member of tho "Pice Tribe' The fourth number of the Mrs. T. K. Hamilton and little daugh Per bushel $1.00 Rev, E. B. Barnes, who is also in a will be given in the chapel on lecture will confer a favor upon this oflico by Friday sending ter, Mayme Rowland, left Tuesday for in the names and" addresses church building frame of mind, will evening, Feb. ICth at 8 o'clock. Florida, where they will spend the Dr. any 'Piggs' they know of, so that of a speak on tho subject at the evening Hubert L. Willett, of Chicago, will sample copy of odb Monthly may be remainder of the winter. service. The other ministers and their speak on "New Continents." sent them. Little Miss Alice McCord, daughter of congregations are inviied to be present. Mr. and Mrs. John McCord, who reside "Onft m,iv Ihinlr from thn .1. f 12 In the afternoon at 3 o'clock Dr. Holder Pure Leaf, per lb Brassfield. . on Lexington pike, has about recovered first copy that tho Monthly will not be 50 lb. Can for worth a dollar. Thprn Is uhon irn $5.25 will conduct an evangelistic service. Mr. F. O. Jones is on the sick list. from a very severe illness. His subject will be "Mother, Home and wrong. The pride of knowing that we , Mr. M. M. Broughton and daughter, tinlm . T,,-...- ,l 11 r Messrs. O. O. Culton and Phil. L. Heaven." Robert E. Johnson will have .uuuiai .in uur own is worm Willging attended "The Old Town" Ciarge of the music at all the serv Miss Bertha, have returned from Ohio. mUCh more. RasirlnS it's nn mn.n mi. s business than to ices of the day. By common and uni performance at Lexington Opera House this It is gratifying to the friends of Mr. sheet. We will you-- payget out Dolgladly you the versal consent there is nothing so vital and Mrs. II. B. Duncan to learn Wednesday evening. of their lar if VOll Wilt rln if ... .WUU nFn. W. inctoi.l u . u J. . -j (u $1.00 to all that Is good in our communitv as removal to the Lackey farm. Mrs. I. M. Bruce and little daughter, 16 lbs hopo to break even-othat which builds up the church of God. the expense, doFor Friday ing Catherine, will leave this week for a L.et mo community unite in making There are reports of much young stock ytu- - tho work for nothing So dig up tern and send it in quick. No 1, this day a really great occasion. short visit to relatives in Richmond. dying during the cold weather. Few Three Cakes Lenox Soap, 10c. Stanford Interior-Journa- l. No. have been able to save their young "Serd in something for the next issue 12c. David Bergman Dies .Suddenly lambs. Mrs. M. C. Kellogc, who has been so Coal Oil, per gallon a bit of family history, new' babies. News has reached Richmond of the r seriously 111, is now convalescing, which Rolled Oats, 3 packages . ,25c. deaths. Whooping cough is prevalent among marriages, jail sentencos-osudden death in Florida of Mr. David U most pleasing news to the many New England Mince Meat Bergman, one of Irvine's most progres the children here. It ! reported in the ".The troublo with this issuo is. that friends of this charming woman. three packages for 25c. sive and prosperous merchants Mr families of. C. M. Todd, C. C. Chrisman wo have left out so much that we want V r. and Mrs. Thomas J. Smith and to say that wo are 'half tempted to wait Bergman was spending the winter in and J. Denny. children, of Frankfort, came to .Rich Travel has been difficult on Route till we can get out a larger number. L Florid and was supposed to be in mond Friday on account of the illness splendid health and the news of bis Three for sever 1 weeks. If there 5s a of Mr. Smith's uncle, Mr. W W. Wtts. R. D. McCollorn & "If you like our start send us a doldeath on last Sunday will be. received rural carrier more punctual than "Faith- lar. If you don't like it send the dollar Mrs. Lewis Neale, of Richmond, will with regret by .friends in Madiaoa m ful JJm" l this trying weather we with a piece of your mind botli will be cease iMtorrew to be the (Het f her appreciated." The Little Store well as his hometown. Deceased leaves would like to kner kirn. fcr&HMmvMHr. Joan ed Seeryo Mo Little Prices a wife to whow h was married leas Mrs. James Gilbwt gladly Informs For a cold, easy action of the bowels, t few days. Itaavlll M- than a year, hU wife having died frieods of her Rwbaod's improve-Wta- t, a single dose of Doan's Begulets is aeveral years ajco. Also two children, and desire to ssprecc her appre- enough. Treatment cures habitual Mrs. fi. X.lakey, of Biohsaood, is Robert Bergman, of Irvine, and Mrs. ciation of .the timely help given her by 25c a box. Ask your druj-gi- st 357. bere wjth mother, Mrs. MotlU Harry Mil ward, of Lexington survive. friends and relatives during his Hlnee. " for them. Items of Interest Reardinft llome- - News-Recor- Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 13. When the expecting places hungry in the penitentarles, at Frankfort and Eddyville, as wardens and guards, woke up to the fact that an amendment to the bill creating the prison commission would mean no "pie" for four years, there was a howl of wrath and the result is that a determined fight will bo made in the house to defeat the amendment which was added in the senate. It is claim ed that under the amendment, which allows all those in the employment of the prison to hold on for four years from Jan. 1, 1912, the present commission, which is removed from office, will be able to put its friends into good places in the forces at the two penlten iarles and that they then can not be removed for four years. This Is not the way the act reads and it Is believed that the construcUon placed on it has been done so to help defeat the amendment so that the Jobs can be given to new men. It has been reported that nearly every good place in each prison had been promised, even before the new law was passed. The amendment which the senate adopted provides that all officials and employes of the penal institutions, who were employed on Jan. 1, 1912 shall bo retained for a period of four years unless removed for cause. This insures the retention of their jobs by all the employes of the prison who were on duty on the first of last Jan uary. This would retain those who have been removed since Jan. 1, for in stance, a brother of Rufus Vansant, of Ashland, who was removed recently as a guard. Ho was In office on the first of January, so under the amend ment to the act would be entitled to get his position hack. The attorney general has given as his verbal opinion that the legislature has a right to provide that certain men, employed In various capacities on the first of last January, shall be retained in those capacities under the new law. Judge James Garnett, at torney general, says the legislature could have mentioned them by name, in the act, and therefore have Insured their retention; so the legislature has the right to provide for their retention by making a sweeping provision to in elude all in office on a certain date. At any rate there is certain to be a fight in the house on the amendment to the original hill and if the amend ment is defeated the fight will be waged again In the senate where the amendment was adopted. Little humor has varied the mono-tomy of work in the senate during the present session but there were eome laughs when the "county unit bill for dogs" was brought up for discussion. The committee on agriculture proposed to suhsUtute for the present law taxing dogs all over the state, an act allowing each county to vote on the question of taxing dogs, to provide a fund for payment of losses of sheep killed by dogs. One of the senators, used to discus sion on the "county unit" bill affecting the sale of liquor, wanted to know if the precinct would govern, or the whole county, and. If a precinct voted for dogs, would that precinct be al lowed to have dogs, despite the fact that the county voted against dogs. It was explained to the senator that the bill did not have anything to do with the precinct in setUing the question of whether or not dogs should be tax ed, office-seeker- REV. A. C. HOLDER, EVANGELIST Shreveport, La. W. F. HIGGINS Opposite Glyndon Hotel Richmond, Kentuckv Revival Services Revival services begun at tho Methodist church, this city, Sunday morning last. Tho pastor. Elder G. W. Crutchfleld, is being assisted by Rev. A. C. Holder, an evangelist of note, of Shreveport, La., and Mr. Robert E. Johnson, singer, of Milwaukee, Wis. We take pleasure in presenting to our readers picturos of those men. Rev. Holder is a speaker of much persuasive power and strong personality. Mr. Johnson, with his voice, lends great assistance and drives home to the hearts of his hearers, as only music can do, the truths of tho gospel. Good audiences are Mr. Crutchfield extends a cor in attendance and much interest is being shown. dial invitation to everybody to attend tho services and The Climax most heartily commends the cood work. Services will bo held at 2:30 and 7:30 every day. Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 1912 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, whh experience in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need; Come in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber & & & that, go into a building Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Corner Orchard and Todd Edwards Lumber Go. -Main-s- t Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky Fatal Disease Caused Spoiled Corn. By result fatally. IBI3litHti llllllllllllllllll d se The subjoined notice, issued by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, will bo of interest to owners of stock, as the notice concerns that fatal disease caused by spoiled corn and roughage: "Inqutries as to the cause of a peculiar disease in catile, horses and mules from different localities in the State have been received at the Experiment animals at these Station. The different places present the samo general symptoms, with slight variations which might be expected. The disease appears only when horses and mules are fed on grain or roughage which has become overgrown with mold, either in tho pasture or in the barn. An outstanding feature in every outbreak is that the affected animals have had access to unwholesome feed either while at pasture or in the stable. The corn may appear sound, but, on close examination, it is found to be affected with a mold. Various microorganisms have been found to be associated with tho disease, but tho toxins produced by tho mold when introduced into the stomach of tho animal produce (loath. Sorlous disease has long been known to result in animals from many feeds, as unclean or damaged fodder, unclean water, musty hay, molded corn, decomposed potatoes, etc. forage poisoning among "Tho horses, mules and cows is a disease, which belongs to a group of crytogamic poisoning and is produced only when feed contaminated by, mold is eaten. Horses are more susceptible than mules, though not invariably. The diseaso is characterized by symptoms which aro referable to a disturbance- in the nervous system, the mortality runs very high and but few well developed cases recover. Sucking foals do not contract the disease. atf-icteed which, consumed in large quantities, The acute typo is characterized by the abruptness of its appearance with grave general disturbmanifest ances, which immediately themselves. The animal may succumb in one night. There is sometimes violent trembling and twisting of the muscles over the entire body, producing irregular and uncertain gait. Sometimes the animal walks in a circle. The gait is weak and uns eady. The pharynx is either partially or campletely paralyzed. The tongue is paralyzed and protudes from the mouth, and saliva falls in streams from their lips. The pupil is dliatcd. and, as a rule, the conjunction is congested. The pulse is variable and may be very rapid and hard, or srcely perceptible. Respiration is hurried and jerky. The temperature may be highly elevated, which indicates a resistance of the animal to the disease, and be coming subnormal it indicates proaching death. Taesub-acu'- " are slower in their development a symptoms are not so vioien. w the abortive cases there are on marked constitutional symptom; a improvement usually takes place i third or fourth day. "There is ne kaowa means of ficial protection a ad the disease w cur if the animals ara again allowr i to spoiled feed. It would 'e therefore, to investigate the con of the corn and reuehage, anl t sparingly or not at all, in order u. tect against further loss frm -. . J r -- i s trouble." Do you know that more real t i lurks in a common cokl than other of the miaor ailments.' Th? ' i i . i- way is to take Chamberlain's ( Remedy, a thoroughly reliable pre: tion. and rid yourself of the com quickly as possible. This remedy is ti sale by all dealers. H-I- . -- Building Time Will soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. All work-guaranteed. All orders left at this office will reach me :::::: Jeff Stone Forecast At two-week- The Royal Prices Named on All Winter Weight Goods Flour Until Further Notice DEEP CUT PRICES. See Overcoats at f Meal. Price. Suits, Heavy Pants, Heavy Underwear, 5weafer Coats, Lined Gloves, Heavy Caps, Flannel Shirts, Boots and Shoes, High Top Lace Boots all go at Lard. ... Our Bargain Counter for Short Lots, Sugar. SPECIAL HAT SALE and Saturday of This Week TWO DAYS ONLY. Lot Pick of Stock, $3.50 values; Sale Price $1.75. Lot 2, values up to $2.50; Sate Price $1.00. Both Soft and Stiff Hats, Stetson's Excepted. -- - ' -- WATCH OUR HAT WINDOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Ce. rt ar n; eJ. S. W TEUSmom Richmond Home of Good Clothes- - SXAISJIKER Ky. "" i in nirnBn in Remington Typewriters The No. 10 and No. 1 1 Visible Remington Models represent the sum total of all typewriter achievement past and present. They net only supply, need of every user of the writing machine. The B. Walker Tandy Eads )cc Co Creates or Acquires Everything Worth While in Woman ASH AMEI OF NER FACE SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on bis rounds of what would be the most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, which would certainly bring joy for the Cbristmastide. Con suit us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that will be hailed with delight. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. but they anticipate every ARDUI The Woman's Tonic i Remarkable. Wedding. They supply Visible Writing under new conditions without sacrifice f strength, durability or efficiency. These Visible "I was ashamed of my face." writes Hiss Plckard of North Carolina. "It was all full of pimples and scars, but a. JJ. niter usingcan say u. prescription lor Eczema I that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago." This is but one of thousands of cases In which D. D. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble. D. D. D. cleanses the skin of the germs of Eczema. Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases; stops the Itch Instantly, and when used with D. D. 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Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) 134 South Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky NEW ORLEANS MOBILE , SPECIAL REDUCED FARES STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL FOB FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON ANY TICKET M ARDI GRAS TicKets on salt February 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 amd 19 Good letornlng until March 2, 1912, with Privilege of Exteaslom POINTS OR WRITE ACENT, H. C. KINO. Phone 49. Puienger and Ticket Atenf, W. A. BECKLER, General Passeopr A cent, 101 E. Main Street. Lexington. Ky. IngalU Bunding. Cincinnati. O. Two of Our Leaders Thursday morning we received the At this season you should not be following cotnmunicaiion by mail and without a packago of The People s reproduce it without correction of blue Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. pencil. It will explain itself we hope: Cure that old sore, cut or wound by "Married at the Brides fathers in applying Tho People's Antiseptic Heal Willoughby town June 20 1912 Mrs. ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug 30-t- f Jane Gray and Mr. Gas Willoughby. Company. mother and father The brides There is no better medicine mado for before their marriatro was double colds than Chamberlain s Cough cousins the grooms father was the Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, re brides sister Gas married his aunts lieves the lungs, opens the secretions, daughter she died then he married his aids expectoration; and restores the ays wife's sister which was his sister in law tem to a healthy condition. For sale by f7-land his cousin what relation w'll their all dealers. children be and what relation will their Administrator's Notice. children be to their grand fathers and All persons having claims against thegrand mothers?" Mt. Sterling Sentinel estate of Creed Gott, deceased, areDemocrat. hereby notified to present tho same to me, verified as required by law, on or Advertised Lettres. before March 1, 1012, or samo will be List of letters remaining in the Rich- barred. Partos indebted to the estate will mond, Ky., postofflce for the week endplease come and settle at once and savt ing February If): J. S. Gott, trouble. Brown, Mr. Tom Adminisfator of Creed Gott. 32-Bryan. Mr. E. P. Berea. Ky, Chambers, G. A. Boarders Wanted. Chenault, Hobt. B. Dahon, Mrs. Elizabeth Good clean rooms and good table. ApDunson. Mr John Elizie, Miss ply to Mrs. Clyde Pullexs, Finley, Mr. W. F. 31-331 Moborly avenue. Gentry, Mrs. Anna Hamilton, Miss Lottie Remember, The Climax Orflce Hogan. Mrs. Patsy prints all kinds of loose leaf work for Jones, Miss Mabel the now ledgers and files. Try us with Jones, Miss Callie tf an order. Jones, Miss htta Keen, Mr. Martin The 5ound 51eep of Good Miller, Mr. David McKinney, Miss Susie m 4t tf The Richmond Climax. FUBMShED EVERT WEDSESMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White KENTUCKY teacher announced he would thrash the whole class if some one did not tell him who had committed the offense. All were silent, and he began with the first boy and thrashed every ono in the class until Anally hs reached the last ono. Then ho said, "Now. if you will tell mo who did this I won't thrash CO ycu." "All right, sir. I did it," was the reply." The Globe Tailoring Company,, Cincinnati, wili be given at r iwtnMinliw mi February 14 and 15 Make this one of your positive engaxomonts. Call and make your selection and be measured fey an etxpwlk Orders taken for immediate or future delivery woolens will be shown in full leauih drapes. Salesman in Charge R. H. Sw.vkviblb. PRESS Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. Notice to Creditors. All parties having claims against the Mmber el ASSOCIATION and EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FBICE $1100 PER 14 - YEAR estate of J. T. Hubbard are hereby no tified to present same, properly proven, on or before March 15, 1912, or same will bo barred. 31-- lt B. P. Hubbard, Executor. R, D. 3, Box 32, Richmond. Ky, J. B. ST0UFFER. 222 West Main Street. IK ADVANCE What's the Use. What's the use of the Legislature getting thousands of dollars for a fish hatchery to stock the streams of the State with fish? Is it that the scound relly dynamiter may destroy them faster than thoy can be replenished? First pass a law to put the dynamiter and other lfsh destroyers out of business and then go after the hatchery. This kind of outlaw would be in his glory with the taxpayer furnishing the fish Eliza- bethtown News. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 191: 2 I LVJL-A- AT L AND & J-- l I ss OTHERWISE Ueadleaa Itema Prepared for (he JJurried Header. BLOCKADED Every Household in Richmond Should Know How to Resist The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs ailments and irregularities. Tho prompt use of Foley's Kidney Pills will dispel backacho and rheumatism, heal and strengthen sore, weak and ailing kidneys, restore normal action, and with it health and strength. Mrs. M. F. Spals-burSterling, 111., says: "I suffered great pain in my back and kidneys, could not sleep at night, and could not raise my hands over my head. But two bottles of Foley's Kidnoy Pills cured Woodland Park Poultry Farm In calling for the abovo letters, please me. Foley's Kidney Pills havft my heartiest endorsement." For sale by say "advertised." f7-lStcokton & Son. C. C. Wailacp, p. m. y, m McCowan, Bige Melson, Mrs. Uay L. Xolan, William M. Parri-h- , Mr. Earnest Prather, Mr. Taylor Park, Miss Hallie Katcliir, Mr. Victor Silesky. Mr. Bernard Hose, Mr. Vard Shaye, Miss Edith Schooler. Mrs. Mary J. Taylor, Mr. Iliram Tribblc, Mr. Andrew J. Thorpe, Mr. Will Williams, Miss Sarah Health Is not for thoso suffering from kidnoy Helping With Home Lessons. The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and Parential Interest In the educational free from disease. progress of a child could not go much iVn Established Fact The People's farther than in the case of Mr. Jones, Poultry Remedy contains every in whose method of solving mathematic problems would have been appreciated at Dotheboys Hall, The Miami News tolls the tale. This was the note which was handed to ono of the grado teachers tho other day; Istcuko Johnny. "Dear MAJR-Ple- ase TTe will not be at school. Ho Is acting as timekeeper for his fttttibr. Last night you save him this isample. If a hela is four miles square how long would it tnkc a man walking three miles an hour times arouna to walk two and one-hait? John ain't no man, so wo had to They left early this send his daddy. morning, and my husband said they though oueht to be back late it would be hard coing. Dear Mam, please make the nixt problem about ladies as my husband can't afford to I don't have no lose the dav's work. time to loaf, but I can spare a day off occasionally better than my husband can. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Jones." lt Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, The Blue Grass League. salt rheum, itch, hives, herpes, Tho Louisville Times says of the Blue At any sunburn Doan's Ointment. f7-ldrug store. Grass Base Ball League: "President neavy, impure blood makes a muddy, Ncal has conducted the league affairs pimply complexion, headacho, nausea, wisely and conservatively. He has indigestion. That blood makes you secured some goodumpires.and in every weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood Bit-to- city the behavior of tho fans is better makes the blood rich, red, pure than it was wlien tho leaguo first was restores perfect health. organized. Tho Blue Grass has settled Dan Brcck, fire, lightning, cyclone down to steady playing: local sentiment and live stock. tf while strong, is not out of control, as it Thos. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst was in some instances when the leaguo Homo Insurance Co. Write mo or phone was an infant, and the lot of the umpire when tho home team lost was unenvia-abl151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. The newspapers in the circuit give It has long been a Democratic custom the league loyal support. Winchester, in Madison county to give a second term Paris, Richmond, Lexington, Maysville, to those officials who perform their duty and Frankfort cannot complain of any during the first term of office, and you editorial "knockers." Wo read all the can make no mistake by deciding to cast State exchanges from tho Bluegrass your vote for R. B. Terrill for League, and we have yet to find ono to the office of County Court Clerk. paper which is not boosting for the His record is open for tho closest inspec- homo team. This is due to local ownertion. ' tf. ship, and the fact that none of the clubs Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone have a policy of concealing facts from and live stock insurance tf tho press" you aro not a subscriber to Tub If Climax, have your name placed upon Estimable Colored Woman its big growing list. tf ecz-m- a, m rs 17-l- m e. W. L.and. Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP It The back may ache becauso the kidneys are blockaded. Help the kidneys with thoir work. The back will ache no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills do this. It's the best proof because it comes from this vicinity. Mrs. S. J. Hubbell, Lancaster street, Stanford, Ky., says: "I know that Doan'sKidney Pills helped me and I lwve not tho least hesitancy in recommending them. My kidneys were disordered for some time and although my condition was never serious, I was nevertheless annoyed a great deal. My back ached almost constantly and sometimes became so lamo that it was a great effort for mo to bend over. Thero were also other annoying symptoms of kid ney complaint which caused me distress. After using Doan's Kidney Pills all these troubles wero disposed of and my system was toned up." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, K. Y., sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and f7-ltake no other. m Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers New York Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage The Second Street Hardware Store Mr Farmer: Make vour home as modem for yonr family as a city ret An Offer That Involves No quotations dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market service, whoa Money Risk if You ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone Chickens! Chickens!! vou and your neisrhbor can get for.a sum that is small compared with the ben Accept It cfits received. Call or address onr nearest office or write direct to headquarters We have a few more Barred Plymouth We are so positive our remedy will Kashville. Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers 'Lines and Pullets for sale rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately completely relieve constipation, no mat- Rock is Cockerels to get your Pullets for Now the time lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, MissiBsipp anterestyou. Onr ter how chronic it may be, that we wintar eggs. Our Pullets begin to lay Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. offer to furnish it free of all cost if it at five months old. Wo havo Thomp CO., Incorporated Rural Telephones WHY HESITATE.? gredient necessary for tho production of "Knock, and the world knocks with 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Drug Co. you; boost and you boost alone," says a , magazino writer. Office For Rent. Old com 51.25 per bbl. by the load. Office equipped with water and heat 3end your order to Arnold it bimmons. Pos tf in our building on Second street. session given at once. Vote for R. B. Terrill for DOCQLAB & SlHMOXB to the office of County Court Clerk. He his When you know of any marriages, will appreciate an endorsement oftf. present administration. births, deaths, accidents, sales of land, When in need ot Blacksmithing in crop or stock, church news or lodge any of its branches, Farming Imple news, please telephone or write TnE ments, liuggios, Carriages, Wagons, Cumax, so that we can inform peoplo in Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. f. other parts of tho country. We want Miller, Union City, Ky. clean news of every kind from every This the season of locality. tf mothersis feel very much the year when concerned over the frequent colds contracted by their Special Notice. children, and have abundant reason for We call attention to "Climax Special it as every cold weakens tho lungs, Clubbing Rates" in another column. We lowers the yitality and paves the way for tho more serious disease so havo succeeded in making arrangements often follow. Chamborlain's that Cough we can offer our friends whereby Remedy is famous for its cures, and is Wo can save you pleasant and safe to take. For sale by low prices. 17-- 1 m money on any magazine or paper you all dealers. want. Get our prices before placing tf, your order elsewhere. Dead. Mrs, Joe Mackey, probably one of the best known colored women in Rich mond, died Thursday afternoon at her home in this city. Deceased had been a sufferer for many months and her death was expected. She leaves a husband and seven children, and be it said that th:s entire family havo always held the respect of our citizens, both whilo and colored, and her death will be regretted bv both races. MEtfE BANK Richmond's Quality Meat Market Tho chances are The farmer brought him hore. And those other littlo pigs That stayed at homo No doubt will bo brought hero, too. We aro headquarters for A Busy Judge. Judge Benton, as Circuit Judge, switched around considerably last week. no noiu a term at liarbourvuio as Special Judge, the forepart of the week, Friday he went to Stanton where ho granted bail of $5,000 each to Sam and Judge Watkins. of Breathitt county. wnoso me sentence lor murder was re versed in tho Court of Appeals and. who will be tried again at tho March term of the Powell Circuit Court, and Saturday he held a special session of tho Clark Circuit Court to sign orders, and other Monday he went to Iroutinq work.his regular term began. mncnester uemocrat. TO CIVILIZAT10 Oopjrlcht 1310. Choice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here tT U MaaJud Adv. Co. CIVILIZATION the days to come, to be better provides man with means ta Narrow Escape. AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Trv us with an order and you will always be a customer. : : : : : D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate & Son Telephone 35 first Lafcripce, Then Bron- chilis. Such was the case with Mrs. W. S. McCreary, Ky. "My wife was taken down with & severe attack of la- grippe, which ran into bronchitis. She coughed as though she bad consump tion and could not sleep at night. Tho doctor's medicines gave her no relief and I was advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar OomDound. Tho first bottle cave her so much relief that she continued using it and three bottles effected a permanent cure." Mr. W. Bailey says he to answer all inquiries promptly. 17-- 1 m Stockton & Son. Bailey, E. Main Street TURNPIKE. WORK. By Order of the Fiscal Court habitant 134.61. Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned will up to March 4, 1012, at 4 p. m. receive sealed bids for contract work on the several sections of turnpike in Madison county for tho year 1912, said bids to state number of section and the price per rod for hard metal. slate, gravel, or ditching as the case may bo. Bids will be openea ana contracts awarded on March 5. Successful bidders will be required on or before Anril 1. 1912. to execute a contract and bond with approved security to perioral the work as therein provided otherwise award will be vacated. The Court re serves tho right to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid. All work is to direelioa ot Me be dose under mosey in County Supervisor the Road. An equal division of all the of the United States would give each inYV. it. 33-- 4 luaiuvw, Judge. I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superia tend construction of suoh work. Phone 101. Orders left for me at The Climax A Warning Against Wet Feet offlco will receive prompt attention. Wet and chilled feet usually affect the 31-- tf N. B. Tobtin. mucous membrane of the nose, throat Administrator's Notice. and lungs, and lagrippe, bronchitis or pneumonia may result. Watch careAll persons having claims against the fully, particularly the children, and for estate of Belle Bates are hereby notified the racking, stubborn coughs give tonresentthe samo to me verified as Folev's Honey and Tar Compound. It requirod by law on or before March 1, soothes the inflamed membranes and 1912, or same will bo barred. heals the cough quickly. Mrs. A. A. Persons indebted to the estate will Swagel, Kreb, Wis., says: "I always please call and settle at once and save give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound further trouble. to my children. Il cures their coughs Sanfobd Oldham, and colds and they like to take it. t. White Hall, Ky. n-lStockton & Son. For a sprain you will find Chamber Boarders Wanted. lain's Liniment excellent. It allays the At my homo, C19 North Second street. pain, removes the soreness, and soon condiI am prepared to accommodate boarders restores the parts to a healthy sale by board only. tion; 25o and 50c bottles. For board and lodging or day all dealers. Mrs. Claju. Tratlor. 29-t- f Phone 708. For Sale Privately. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cycloa-tf Dwelling of nine rooms i with two , . and live stock insurance . acres of grouna; gooa orcaaru, vine yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, Taxes Due. Your tixes for the year 1911 are now, smoke bouse, cabin, etc,; all ia first-el- s repair. My family being waall, I Come In aay hands for collection. in Mrly and avoid the rush, as well as dseire to sell ny home and bay a Apply to saving the penalty, by prompt payment. sBMtller om. Tarns tf William Tutor. n tf D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 32-4m St-l- m fails. Constipation is commonly caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of the '.larce intestine. To expect a cure you must therefore tone up and strenethen those organs and restore them to healthier activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our guarantee. They are eaten like candv. and are particularly good for children. They seem to act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowels, They apparently have a neutral action on the other organs. They do not purge or cause other inconvenience. We will refund your money if they do not over come chronic or habitual constipation and thus aid to relieve the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments, Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Three sizes, 10c, 25o and 50c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. son strain. f A. D. 22-t- and C. D. Miller, Richmond, Ky How Cold Affects the Kidneys Avoid taking cold if your kidneys are sensitive. Cold congests the kidneys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Serious kidney trouble and even Bright's disease may result. Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of the pain and soreness, build them up by the timely use of Foley's Kidney Pills. They will cure any case of kid ney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do f7-lStockton & Son. more. Scott's Emulsion keeps children healthful and happy. Give them a few drops of this strengthening food-medicine Relatives and friends feel great syuv pathy for Mr. and Mrs. Julian Van Win kle in the entire loss of all their household things in the dreadful fire which occurred in Louisville last Saturday night. They just escaped with their lives and all ot their attractive furnishings, and their clothing were lost. Mrs. Van Winkle was formerly Miss Kath-erin- e Smith, daughter of Mrs. James Smith, of this city. Broaddus. 5anitary Meat Telephone 39 5econd-s- t. o. than his savage ancestry who lived from day to day, or at best season to season, but civilized man by means of a bank account provides for the years to come. t Igj Bank & Trust Richmond, Kentucky. Resigns Position. Rodney Jenkins has resigned his po sition with J. W. Jones, the jeweler, and left Sunday for Richmond to accept a position with Ernest Lane. Mr. Jenkins mado many friends whilo in Mt. Sterling who will regret to learn of Mt. Sterling Advocate. his departure watch them grow. every day and ' IT PREVENTS Croup Whooping 'Cough Bronchitis Architect's Notice. Loss of Flesh and maxy other troubles ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- 15 Thieves There are rubbers In your pastures and they are stealing your profits. If your sheep ars infested with worms, you should stop the loss. Worms maka poor wool, few lambs, less weight cf mutton. They starve your stock; make them skk and finally kill. Sheep u iui i iuuuuuuu ui Lrgs m Want Tariff Taken Oft Irish Potatoes. A number of Lexington commission merchants have petitioned Congress- This is one very essontial point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied with the material from whlchJEggs are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds in her feed, and unless she is given the proper TOXIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. man J. Campbell Cantrell, asking him to support a bill suspending for three months the tariff of 25c per bushel on Irish potatoes. The crop or potatoes In this.country last year was a very short one, this being particularly the case in this State on account ot the drouth. Tho price of potatoes has been so high at a number of places recently that shipments havo been brought from Ireland and sold in successful competition with the American crop. It is thought that by suspending the tariff temporarily on this useful article prices will fall and potatoes can be bad alike by both rich and poor. Looking Through. Our list of paints you will be amaze at the many varities for special uses. A The People's 5AlYET ww tarn rswd ! There Are Paints For Every Purpose. From the usful water paints for cellar walls, barns, etc., to tho finest of varnishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Tell us what you want to do and we'll supply the paint product with which to do it . SaH Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for iha Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIO which acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases, and producing a rapid growth of the fowL Cows Wanted. WouM- - like to purchase twe food Jersey eowg. Call oa or address as-t- ' B, Juctt & Son WavX loll and stomach and intestinal worms. Will pot sheep, hogs and all stock in prime condition. Tones op the systeea, sharpens tha appetite, on fat quickly. DiaWent helps to from all other worm remeiM . Safe, cent a deesure and coats little an4 per hoe; or sheep. Usa et Sold expel all ft Wfl tinder a gaannta to pt 12 RICHMOND DRUG CO. Sal-V- asset: wi oocioc rrnanswvet Ppr aod Paints JtM4tatoJsr ty. 8-- f a D. Mium,. BMibmsm Ky. fW4 JMBMtXaiB RICHMOND, TX W. D. Buckley & Co. The Climax $1 a Year .... . ,j . at 3U . A & & ft, 1 v - ;i 5 . 3: - ' 7? f 4 .1- - V When You that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every A.ld something each year r Su its and Overcoats Have Reached Bottom And We have made spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. our last and lowest cut, and it is to your interest to buy now while assortments are still large, and much of the winter yet before us. These are positively our last and lowest prices: No Lower 9e BENNETT and H H H I H 50 v GG 1 N S Our finest Suits and Overcoat- sthe finest clothing sold in Richmond. , 1 his season s newest st Ies, m sizes Former prices $22.50 to fit all men. and $25.00, choice now for $16 50 $10 50 $10 vvmfm B eMm Fing SuUs afld 0vercoatSf fauIt. . less m ht and style, the famous Ken- ton brand' formerly sold for $18.00 and $20.00, now $13.50 50 Hmfm foi $Q B w 50 J $7 50 dollar Suits and Over- . coats are noted as the best for the h price. the We slice off price and give you choice for 57.50 one-fourt- Suits and Coats that sold for $15.00, $16.50 An extremely low price: GenuJne bargain for lhe man who 0ur ten UNDER AKING and$l.UU. cjMjjf,Ue,4i for $10.50 taaoringf and a wide variety to select fromchoice wants genteel serviceable clothing at smaI1 Prices- - These were good values at $12.50 to $14.00, choice now $9.50 RHEUMATISM' Dr. Whitehall's rRHEUMATIC REMEDY " 15 ytxn a Stindird Remedy for all forms of Rheumatism, lumbago, rout, (ore mutclet, ttiff or swollen z.zte. It quickly relic vcj the tevere pi.ni; redncet the fever, and eliminates the poison from the system. 60 cents a be at druggist. LOCAL AND jt Last and Lowest Cut on The finest shoes made for men. Last and Lowest Cut on Best shoes ever brought to Richmond for the price. Try them. AH winter styles now - Last and Lowest Cut on Walk-Ove- Last and Lowest Cut on OTHERWISE. Ileadleaa Ilcmi Prepared for the Harried Header. Sam Shearer, of this county, has rented a farm from Filmore Rainey, in Clark county, for the year. One may live as a conqueror, a king, or a magistrate, but he must die as a man. Daniel Webster. Fcr Hainan Slioes Speedwell Shoes All the newest styles in inter weights r Shoes All winter weights, the new high toes, high heels and arches in all the fine leathers, now Beacon Shoes No be'ter shoes made for the price. winter styles cut as follows: All Or. Whitehall Mcgrlmlne Co. 188 6. Lafiy.tt St. South Bend, Ind. Write for i $6 for 4.95; 5.50 for 4.45 $4 for 3.25; 3.50 for 2.75 $4 for 3.25; 3.50 for 2.75 3.50 for 2.75; 3 for 2.45 a Free trial Bex Mr. W. W. Watts, one of UkshMood's A most startling revelation of facts concerning the social conditions of most prominent citizens, suffered a our day contributing to the downfall stroke of paralysis in his right side m Powell Tho Jcssamino News gives Mr. Walter Kelly and Miss Tressie The attaek of hundreds and thousands ot young last Thursday evening. the following account of the death in Metcalfe drove from Lancaster Wednesgirls. Rev. Donald M. Grant, pastor came without warning and was a great formNicholasville of William Powell, day and were united in marring in t of ono of Cincinnati's most aristo- shock to his family and friends. He erly a resident of this city: "William Immediately after on that day. cratic suburban churches, has made was apparently in his usual good health suf- tho ceremony the happy couple left for A. Powell, who has been a great an extensive and careful study of the J on Thursday and was in The Climax ferer for months died vety suddenly at the home of the groom, in Garrard, vice conditions of that city, and I office during the forenoon when he was his homo in Nicholasville, Saturday where a reception was tendered Hum. Taft Club to Be Organized. therefore speaks with authority. I in the happiest mood, exehaBgwg jokes night. Ho had been traveling for the A movement is on foot to organize in His lecture will be illustrated with a and discussing the topics of the day. National Biscuit Company for soveral j c ty at an early date a Taft Club. large number of stereopticon viows The disrase affected his speech and his Oscar Patton, formerly of this county, years, and had been one of its valued T : following admirers of President taken by himself during these inves- entire right side, but his physieiaM give eduesdity employees. Will Powell was a young now of Madison, was on Ti": are interested in the movement: tigations. In company with others out the encouraging news that his ooounited in marriage to Miss Nellie Olive man of the highest integrity and good C Wallace, R. II. Luxon, Joe Thur-r:engaged in rescue work he has gone dition is greatly improved anl that Mr. 9aBssSBak. tSIP VS9hMK was univer- Wallin, daughter of Mayor Walliti, 01 business qualifications, and Benjamin Hurst, W. P. Baxter, into the houses of shame in order to Watts will be restored to good health. Campbellsville. The bride has visaed sally popular. He was born in WoodV. F Luxon, D. C. Wiggins, Dr. H. G. lift up the unfortunates. The lecture tie has regained his speech and is a 10, 1877, but resided in Lancaster and wat much admired, ford county. April in, William Ledford, E. S. Wig- will be replete with facts, not theo- the road to permanent recovery. -for several years at Richmond before while the groom is well known in Lai s. It G. Engle and Burrell Moore. ries. Every man and woman in caster and is to be congratulated upon Bring us a load and help make a sew coming to Jessamine county. Ho is Richmond who wish to acquaint record next week. winning such a worthy young lady. Season tickets for the remainder of survived by his wife and two littlo chilthemselves with tho real conditions ' - lecture courso can be had Perry's Madison Tobacco Warehouse Cedren; also his mother an three sisters, Lancaster Record. confronting, not only the great cities, Middelloo's for one dollar. L. & A. Depot. lt Mrs. D. M. Lackey, of Richmond, and but the smaller towns and even the Misses Emma and Lillian Powell, of Mr. Georgo Lewis and Miss Bertie It Pays To Carry Insurance. country hamlets, should not fail to Serious Accident Nicholasville. The funeral took place Peters, Mr. Bybce Kissengec and Miss hear the man who knows. Jan Kubelick, the noted violinist, Mr. J. B. Logan, son of Mr. Win. A. Monday Mary Peters, of Winchester, came to from the Christian church, Rev. Grant delivered this lecture Logao, manager of the ice plant hi this czr-.e- s an insuranee oa bis ten fingers morning, Eider W. S. Irvin officiating. Richmond on tho evening train last in one ot the largest churches in city several years ago, met with a sericl ?2,000, being $28,500 on eaoh of hi Interment at Maple Grove cemetery." Tuesday, and were married at the homo Cincinnati, Ohio, before a crowded house where hundreds were turned away, and. ous accident a short time ago hi CaliRecently l r. s and his two thumbs. of Mr. Lewis' aunt, Mrs. J. W. Martin Pekkiss W. L. Perkins died sud on Collins street. Tho ceremony was at tho urgent request of these, repeated it the following week before another full fornia, where he was living manicuring his finger nails, his knife He was I bo by complimentary and tickets may bo secured of any riding a motorcycle when it collided denly Saturday at the home or Ins c peJandavery slight cut resulted, After! 3uso. Admission will performed by Rev. Crutchiield. minister in Richmond. Girls and boys undor 10 years of age wjll not be ad with an automobile. One of Mr. Logan's parents in Morgan county. Deceased c :o that none but a professional violinist the wedding an elegant wedding supper mitted. ' The lecture will beg'n at 7.30 p. m., and will bo given under the aus- lass was broken in two places and his had been in poor health for several was He 1 have paid attention to. served and a delightful evening was pices of the Y. M. C. A. at Normal Chapel on Thursday. February 29. years, but was thoupht to be greatly c'a.r.s he was disabled and collected foot was crushed, requiring aaiputa iea spent. The Misses Peters aro the mproved, but a telegram Saturday to frcra las insurance company a consider-- j at the ankle. The young man is in a daughters of Mr. Al. Peters of Winches his wife, who was visiting her parents, sum running up into tbe thousands. wenty Thousand Dollar Debt Fund, tbe Conrt purchased at par this serious condition and may loose his Hf ter. Mr. Kissenger Is connected with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanifer, announced 310,000 worth of Madison county's 4 per His mother.who was Miss Sallie Grimes Everybody is invited to attend the BOOKKEEPER The Court of Appeals has affirmed his sudden death. Mr. Perkins form- tho Zollner, Bloomfield Clothing Co., of cent Itailroad Bonds and cancelled of this county, now living in Iowa, went Paid With $10,000. Busfness,Phonograpr "Romance of the Reaper," a beautiful the McCracken Circuit Court in the case erly resided here and conducted a gro- Winchester, and is a splendid young The many friends ami same. So you see that with about 510,- - to his bedside. TYPEWRITING at House Mr. Lewis is a prosperous young moving picture show at the Court of tho City of Paducah against the cery store in this city, but his health man. This statement may sound peculiar, Logan family ia this TELEGRAPH'S next Monday afternoon. It is free and Board of Education. The action was became so poor that he was forced to farmer, rpsiding near Winchester. The but Judge Shackelford assures us that 000 they have paid a note duo Mr. Cobb connections of the WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS CDLLEG. will bo very pleasant entertainment. Commissioner of tho Sinking Fund, of county, are greatly interested ia the eat Im. ...fi. r.MMirrt.l r.ll... E LdtmltT by the Board to recover the difference seek less confining employment. He oung people returned to Winchester practically it has been dono. This is 9;7G3.14 and with tho same money with come of the accident. In Fmidrnt h jean of experience ia mercanti! Don't fail to attend. i- -i baukma traifnees. aleo 22 years edurntlca 1MU between the amount paid to it and the was 27 years of age. Four years ago ho Wednesday evening. the explanation: a littlo added from the money already T bs wn and women ttr enereM CEnter nnw. The Climax has received during past amounts actually levied ind collected married Miss Nora Stanifer, oldest kim wiLncn it. smTii,ti'irtiia,Kr. When the present Fiscal Court took in the Sinking Fund cancelled and re GjuaoN-On- n Tho wedding of Dr. charge of the county affairs it found tired 310,000 worth of bonds. By this two weeks a number of communications for school purpos-- s for the years 1900 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanifer, The President Coming. which have been withheld from our to 1909 inclusive. Tlie uoara secureu of Richmond, who is bft, with a young Hugh Gibson, of this city, and Miss that a number of notes to various per- transaction there is likewise saved to Urs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, wife of columns because the writers faiUd to judgmedt for $1,500. The Court here daughter, to mourn his loss. Mrs. Per- Bernico Orr, of Big Stone Gap, Ya., was sons fori the county tho sum of 3900 a year interbad been executed C: crnor McCreary's private secretary, sign their names to same. It is an in- holds that every dollar levied ana col kins, accompanied by her brother, celebrated last Thursday afternoon at monoy borrowpd all due est for all time, 5 per cent being paid on and zzi r resident of the Kentucky Federa-- ' violable ROLE With all WELL REGULAT lected for school purposes within the Charles Stanifer, left Saturday on the the home of tho bride's parents, Dr. January 1, 1911. The amount of the sinking Fund note and 4 per cent and Mrs. D. F. Orr, at Big Stone Gap, said notes and accrued interest was being paid on the bonds. And this was :3 cf Women's Clubs, will address a ED newspapers to ignore annonymous leeal demands of the Board of Educa 4 o'clock train for West Liberty. r-- s meeting of the Harrodsburg letters. The signature is requested as tion belongs to the Board. Ya., and was the culmination or a i34,U01 90. About January 1, 1911, the dono without raising the tax rate and Mr. and Mrs. James Davis have the pretty romance which began over a year W xans Club at the regular April an evidence of good faith on the part of Fiscal Court paid off 312.813.80 of this without taking a dollar from the Turn svmnathv of their many friends in the ago when Miss Orr was a patient in the r.rc.r.g The membors are preparing the writer and not for publication. We Stricken With Paralysis. 4 cbtedness including tho interest on pike Fund or tho General Fund. We rrc icnt entertainment for this dis- - trust those sending notices to The .Term Turner, one of the best known death of their four weeks o d daughter, Gibson Hospital here. The ceremony notes to the amount of 322,071.82 duo J. understand that notwithstanding tbe who died Monday night. was said by Rev. G. C. Orr, of Morris- - Tevis Cobb, Commissioner of tho Sink payment of these old debts the Court is 'Zu. shed guest whose coming will, no Climax in the future will bear this in colored citizens of Richmond, suffered C . V, result in much good for the local mind. town. Tenn., tho bride's undo, after ing Fund, leaving at that time due on doing more work on public improveCircuit Court a stroke of paralysis Monday afternoon Harrodsburg Herald. condition, lie Court adjourned Thursday un which the happy couple left for a trip this indebtedness tho notes due the ments and getting better results than Circuit onrt ia in a vnrv serious Opera House. reside, Commissioner of the Sinking Fund as ever before We are further informed without warn til the 2Cth of this month when the ses before returning to this city to Saturday afternoon and night. See ad was on his way homo and Improving. Robert Park in front sion will reconveno and complete the Dr. Gibson is ono of Madison county's above stated. That looked pretty well that all county obligations have been ning dropped to the sidewalk in Tns Climax. foremost physicians and surgeons and fi new Court. On paid promptly in cash and that there is Mr Robert Park, of this county, who of Mrs. James Blount's residence on docket. No cases have been tried since eniovs a fine practice. Ho came to t is for the st ycir of the Tuesday of last week, at a mooting of money now in the treasury sufficient to was iven tho last issue of The Climax. by a train in rzs horribly mangled all East Main street. Assistauco BIRTHS. city about twenty years ago from Vir the Fiscal Court, it paid to J. Tevis run the county's business until the r -- a'tanooga, Tenn., about ten days ago, the stricken man and he was removed Proprietor. years, has bui:t Cobb, Commissioner of the Sinkine tixcs are paid next fall, bo much for a Mr. Gott Sole ginia, and, during theso proving and will probably be in a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turpin are to his residence where an examination Mr. W. R. Gott has purchased the in- - up a splendid practice and is highly es- Fund, 39,703.14 and cancelled a note business administration of the county's to bring to his homo, near receiving the congratulationtof friends raimalRd a. terrible cash had been cut Call Berea Telephone d daugh near his loft eye as a result of the fall. tnrnst of his riartner. J. T. Fernell. in teemed by a host of friends. His bride bearing 5 per cent interest, signed by fiscal affairs. cr Creek, the latter part of this week. over the arrival of a business on First street is a most beautiful young woman and tho county for that amount. The Court Lc crs from his mother, who is at his ter, born Sunday morning and has been His condition Is alarming and the out the soft drink Her is a "message of hope and good Mr. Gott will henceforth be sole pro will receive a warm welcome from the had already paid the interest on all tho ' -- ui.de. state that while his left arm christened Louis Ware. come cannot be predicted at the hour of prietor. cheer from Mrs. friends of her husband Dr. and Mrs. notes duo the Commissioner of the Sink Mill, Ya., who is C. J. Martin,ot Boone eighto be amputated, his eyesight will -i the mother going to press. Gibson will reside at the Crutcher home ing up January 1, teen children. Mrs. Martin wis cured Dr. Willett At Normal. to Fund nlce-. e saved and that he is improving Handsome Turnout on West Main street, which the groom 1012. Judge of stomach trouble and constipation by tho meantlmo In "New Continents" Is the subject of Death From Asphyxiation. The team of brown horses with brass recently purchased and has had re mod Shackelford 310,000 in Chamberlain's Tablets after five years located ChapeL Dr. Willett's lecture at Normal these and now Wood met death from mounted harness and a strikingly hand- - eled and furnished. Tne Climax joins ciuny bonds. There being monoy then of suffering,tbe public.recommends by all Or house led the Slate in prices for Pridav evenlne. Feb. 10. Dr. Willett is Mrs. Lewis tablets For sale name Madison with others In hearty congralulaiions uninvested in tho Railroad Sinking dealers to husband almost somo wagon bearing the ; year up to Feb. 5th. Madison To--" fin sneaker with irreat intellectual asphyxiation and her night at Milling Co. is seon daily on our streots. and good wishes for the genial doctor arco Warehouse Co., L. & A. Depot. fascinating, thoughtful and elo-- shared the same fate Saturday power, Co, and his bonny bride. their home in Lexington. Mrs. Wood This is a home product. The M. M. ouent. Don't fall to be in nis auaience. 9:30 o'clock Sunday not only preach but practice "Mado in Paris Wins. Vnn'ii miss ft treat if vou don't hear was found about Richmond" products. morning. Mr. Wood, in a semi-consBanner Day in Tobacco. n nt ihi most excitins irames of him. ous condition crawled from tho room in Richmond. day at both to Monday was .osKct ball this season was played Fri a Cost of Living Explained. 'and gave the neighbors the alarm, but A Mormans the gospel in Richmond bacco houses. banner were larg and Salei f.'iy evening, the opposing teams being minister of ne couiu was such mat ' o Pans High School boys and the boys Two weeks ago a mnn re The main reason for the high price of his condition A gas stovo stated to The Climax yesterday that he prices highonly meager details. young Mor fused 11 cents, Monday ho sold al 20 cis The game food products is the lack of them in pive cf atdwell High School. tue room wnen iney had received a visit from a case was left burning In You make his homo sell Rrinir vour tobacco In. wis well played and resulted in a score existence. It's something like the (7 Is thought that an over man elder, who came to Following where the wife awoke her husband with retired and it r. f 2G to 13 on inves money by patronlziug our home houses in favor of Paris. unknown way caus-- iwr literature, which proved flow of eas in some by e game a lovely dance was enjoyed, the Information ihat there was a bur Mr. Wood be- - tigation to bo such as is practiced a aw "Well, you just lie VIA av trnnhle.- When young Mr. Hagan Purchased Interes Miss Gay glar down stairs. lr.csic being furnished by sufficiently aroused Sunday morn the followers of that faith. The came himself as belonging MansOeld at the piano, and Mr. Nelson still," said he, "until he hnos some ot Partners. partially take In the situation, he man represented day Delightful frappe thing, and I'll go dowa and taue it away ing to E Uer with drum. floor badly burned to tho Church of Christ or latter wm lying on the Hagan has purchased tho meager. Mr T. S. was served during the evening and from him." Maysville which is simply Mormanism. about the hands and head, with his Saints, interest of ht partners, Messrs. Bura each merriment prevailed. Woman eVthlw humed off him. Various FQfimahle Coiofed Gokten Eagle Mounted. side & Robinson, ia the Madison Milling V. India. King theories have been advanced as to how resafltly killed by nn.. nd has assumed control. He will Beware of Ointments for Catarrh The Golden Eagle no tangj royal in this could have occurred, but by his brother, Mr. John Mrs, Joe Mackey, probably one of the Mrs. Joe Mason, of this county, has been "be assisted That Contain Mercury in K1CB- - ' hl idea has yet been advanced. miss afford the show window Hagan, of Corbln. Mr. Robinson had to adorns This is Miss Madie SUPP, daughter mounted and In Garrard county at c -- w!a aerelr destrar the afi of rartl of W. B. Norman on Main street, to- - return to his old home ' - " s. it ar drraiuse tke wfeale item trten rn d . d ..... -- w i ktd beea of Jir. and Jtrs. J. 8. Stapp, lor many to settlit tho estate of his father, who a0ii t .d iteTrr tae man lariscw. Sucu' MBiHum w,,. rtdtaBUofNwby. this county. eether with a number of aaimals, all died recently, and being unable to give to -c od eacept oa proenp-- - o suirersr lor may mw-- , , . ibe Ume q , vviUe ikttUaa. work of Richmond's young Uxlder-,ithe - do U teu fe'Jl to tir fma latinCOT, death was expet4. and Gaines his tine and attention to the business Hvron 0. Marshall 1'atarTlj 7 I r't. te m all. na IUR .i rueAil " c ahnut 21 Mr. Hagan - -. : a TO b- - F. J. Owner i. O. Tiledo. tt aata , Mr. Jasper. The display or worn aoeom here, decided to close out to lntffutuj. band and .even efclUr. a tstrrerr. Jt4 - t!- - a Mr. Bwaslde will eantinue with Mr. W. moron tbe gantWasao immuy eaure ul ' t 'J Cstarro that this oaths ago and pllahad by thaae youaf Ia tmTlne W. Broadduc ia tbe coal buatnaaf hi thia '- - be of oar eilUt.., bout , woo"-- " It ase too prt tie p leilir 1 Ukeo helri the worth foiag nany nns to wm, aod f re. Ut tzi tneff In Tlri Obki, fey T. 3. .v aniovad bv our eitueoa i eitjr. ooloMd, and her imlh will nOTCU white aad TttlniaoUli free. -was Ofafad ia basins hj Dmcglrts. rrlee, 75c. P batik. by both. race. b ragrttd 1, Dr. Willett Is a most fascinating speaker and those who come to hear -O. u'urday Lineoln oeunty voted him will be well repaid. - y a large majority. Beth sides - loahard fight. For a short time only the Daily Linceki Las been Courier-Journand The Climax one C v for six years. full year, for only $4.00, Send orders to Hies Petition in Bankruptcy. this office. tf Fn 1; Amati, a merchant of Winches-z-- r Moving picture show at the Court I v--, filed a petition in bankruptcy House next Monday afternoon. Every l: r- - Deputy United Slates Olerk W. body is invited and no admission t His creditors charges. of this city. zro zr "Cjpally Louisville and Cincin- Remember, The Climax goes to press EVERT TUESDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M., and Hook Worm Found in Clark. if you have any items of istekest, tf Ac: ruing to tbe investigation, which please phone C9. : -- 5 made with the money given by ., Old Boreas, his son, Jack Frost, and .r'eller, and directed by the State his brother, Old Crimp, seem determin. r J of Health, for hook worm, out of ed to wear out their welcom, if indeed, caes examined at Ford, twenty-fiv- e t'aey have had any. of the disease were found. Mrs. Nancy Smith, of Georgetown, Arm Broken. was baptized into the Presbyterian 'I ss Ada Rich, of Lancaster, a stu-o- f chuch last week by the pastor, Rev. the Xormil School, in this city, Joseph Hogan. She was 93 years old. c ;pcd and fell oa the sidewalk Wed- -' Make up your mind now that you are sjay afternoon, breaking her right going to vote for R. B. Terrill for reirr: The young lady was taken to her election. His record as a public servant rrcm in Normal dormitory and is get-- " has never been eclipsed by any former official. 5 along nicely. tf. al " Dry Again. n Last and Lowest Cut on Boys' Shoes, Heavy Underwear, Flannel Shirts, Odd Trousers, Heavy Work Coats, Etc., Etc. Terms Cash To All COVINGTON and BANK Made Sick By Eating Black berries. 11 zl -- -- Seven children of Fleming Durbin, who reside on Lexington pike, Uve miles from Richmond, were made dangerous ly sick last Sunday from eating canned blackberries and the heroic efforts of a physician probably saved the lives of several members of Mr. Durbin's family. AH who partook of the berries were made desperately sick and for several en"Romance of the Reaper." a very tertaining moving picture show wiil be hours it was feared that the poison con given at the Court House next Monday tracted would prove fatal to several of Everybody, invited. Ad- the children. Mr and Mrs. Durbin did afternoon. not eat any of the berries and were the mission free. only members of the family to escape See advertisement elsewhde in to- the suffering resulting from the fruit day's Climax of Mr. Har. y S. Morgan, A who oilers for sale some fine ewes. To Encourage Wheat great bargain for any one needing stock Growing. of this kind. Rom-auc- o Next Monday afternoon "The The Central Kentucky Miller's Asso of the Reaper." a very entertain- ciation, which met at Lexington, is ing moving picture show will be held at anxious to encourage the growing of the Court House. Everybody is invited wheat in Kentucky and to that end has or tno secured the to attend. Admission free. Corn Grower's Association for an We sold within the last two weeks week next crops that averaged exhibition during farmer's over twenty-fiv- e year of wheat and other farm products per hundred. from 813 to 820 instead of corn only. Steps were taken Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Legislature tho enact L. & A. Depot. to urge upon the H ment of laws requiring the collection Our contributors and correspondents annually of data by the State, showing will please remember to write on one the acreage, condition.yieldand quality SIDE OF THE IAFEB OXLY, as it Causes of wheat in the Slate. the compositor to ."speak out" when tf written on both sides of the paper. School Wins Contest. nen-tuck- Deaths ainrled The Girl Who Disappears and Why?" Mr. W. W. Watts Stricken With Paralysis. Two Days Late. The gaso'ine engine in this office pos itively refused le porform its duty during tbe first part of fort wood. aad. as a rosah. Tub Climax wm issoeil Thurs day aflomoott iusieod of Tcmdat apt- KHfroox. The entire oMeo force, ia Mreoi paxlaiMo, was up ia tho air, but truly it is an ill wind that fails to produce some good, aad the eoacolaiioa we received froat tho delay ia tMaiaa tho paper eane from aviay subscribers who lophoaed and ealloil at this oWco ii persoa imrlngr Wednesday and roars day to ascertain the oaaoe of the absence of Tmh Climax. Not only front the eity t iaoairies canto from out in ha oonntj in snWeionl nnatbors to con viaoe the management of tne popularity and osteon in which this paper n bold by its many reonars. Tate evidence of good will and appreciation of The Climax sonMwnat mitigated tho feeling aroosed by the refnMl of our engine to run. However, this piece of machinery has been repaired, and wo hope hi the future to send Thb Climax ojt on time TUBSOAY NKSHT. lus-cit- y - -- 1 Musical Treat Riehoaond h to have a rare musical Miss Hoeor in the near future. Halsey, eoe of tho meet talented and aeeoaanlished nmnieta of this section of the oowttry, will give a recital at Normal Chapel en Friday evening; February 23rd, at 7:36 o'clock, undor the auspices of the Y. W. C. A. Miss Halsey is a preduel of the famed Howo-MarSchool of Day too. O. Ia addition lo her iciaa exceptional attainments as a she has s most eharmins stage presence. It will be a rare opportunity lo hear and treat at see this sixteen-year-ol- d prodigy. For Immediate Sale 45 Mountain Ewes. 30 Amsterdam Ewes, most of them full-blooded Ewes to begin lambing Also 3 Amsterdam February 20. Bucks. Will take $6.25 per head, provided are taken at once registered. 74 two rings, or write nine-poun- '"- H. S. Morgan Kentucky White's Station 17-l- m ci O-i- - n i tnji Miuruay, reD. wm n i THE MOST SPECTACULAR PICTURE OF THti YEAR ' Opera House Ded. , edThy afters rect - George as Emperor of The crowning of costumes. their 200 Princes and Princesses to one you can't Matinee 2:30 Delhi Durbar Night 7:15 and 8:30 The greatest parade ever photographed. 2000 elephants in beautiful trappings. . . ct . p. H TWO EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD ACTS AW f s -- lid IT "T.u''k.L, u frta M. 1. rL rU tut MMtlpatiM- - V WANTED The Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. IXCOErOBATED. STJGOBSSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO.WAREHODSB CO. 3 Wants lo soli your tobacco. "We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. fS A TMAL PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET NEAR L. &. RICHMOND. N. DEPOT KENTUCKY Quality Groceries Await You Here A dollar saved is a dollar earned, tarn our dollars and be happy. There Is a comfortable sense of Safety in buying the best. Your needs in quantity or quality we are prepared to supply :::::::: FOR & we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Sewell McKinney Telephones 16 and 223 State llt mat nui m. 1 A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rniTDPUC TUITION liuUUJLj Preparatory. State Certifi- cate. Life Diploma, County Certificate, Review, Special TO APPOINTEES FREE EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRAB BE, President, Richmond, Ky. Going to Build? 1 I I H I Lumber BLn-METO- IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR I I I I H I a LUaBBR Incorporated COMPANY Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 A Rare Beauty color and brillianc3T and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, x ings, ear screws and drops every gem in cur fine collec-io- n of jewels is, and their rich good aver Sag 36 ewit. Cork Leg Held Not Good Di all and places oa tHe free list iron, ort,MiIs, vorce Plea. sewing machines, cash registers sad Uader an opinion by Judge White, of many other articles now being sold by American manufacturers cheaper to the Boston (Mass.) Divorce Court, 'beius and belles when marrying must TIE CLIMAX PUNTING CO foreigners than home consumers. run their chances of false teeth. Im(Iaeaiperftted.) WnEKEVEB an American trust wants ported bair and cork legs." The opinthe tariff lax increased, it bises IU plea ion was occasioned by Henry Zukow's Pres. and Mgr. on the argument that "American manu- action for annulment of his mrrriage A. D. Miller Sec'y-TreaW. G. White facturers cannot compete with the on tho ground that his wifo concealed a In eleven deformity rom her prospective huscheap labor of Europe." months of last year the exports of Iron band until after the ceremony,, "iuch KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION and steel products, together with agri defects," continued the Judge, "are cultural implements and f eight and common to humanity, and must be EIGHTH DISTRICT PtKUSI'EDS LEAGUE. passenger cars, amounted to nearly chanced in contemplating connunial bliss." YEAB f270,000,000, an increase of about FBICE PER $1.00 over tho corresponding period IN ADVANCE of 1910. These materials aro exported - - - 1912 from this country to all parts of the WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14 world, in the face of the competition of England.Belgium, Germany and France. Sixty-fiv- e per cent of the workers in The steel trust's foreign competitors had It quickly kills the dandruff germs. the United States Steel Corporation's tCe advantage of "cheap labor" which That's why dandruff vanishes so plant at Pittsburg earn less tban the the trusts pretend to few so greatly promptly when PARISIAN SAGE is actual cost of subsistence to the average whenever a proposal is made to lower used. family, according to calculations made Yet tho trusts' trade in the tariff. before the Stanley Steel Trust Investi foreign markets is constantly on the in gating Committee by Leu is D. Brand- How much longer will tho crease. eis, "the people's lawyer." "The averIs American consumers allow themselves By age wage of 05 per cent of the employ to be fooied by tue trust "logic?" Perry's drug store to eradicate danees in the steel plants at Pittsburg," he said, "is 17 1 2c an hour. The Asso-ate- d According to an exchange this is tho druff, to stop falling hair and itching Charities of that city, by careful way it has grown: Talk about a rolling scalp, or monoy back. Get a 50c bottle today and become acidvestigation, has figured it out that the stone gathering no moss.how about this? cost of bare existence of a family of a First it was tho Wilson-Harve- y affair, quainted at once with the most delightful hair dressing in the world. husband and wife and three children in then it was the "I gladly recommend it as the bes Pittsburg is $703 a year. By working son dispute, then it grew to tho Wilsontwelve honrs a day, 3Co days a year, this Harvey- - Watterson-Tillmaembroglio; hair ionic I have ever known. I find it 65 per cent of the workers, at the end of next it wis tho the only hair tonic that will cure dan their year's labor, will have earned just row, and now Jim druff, cleanso the scalp, and make the $1.50 less than this sum. These horri Ham Lowis is trying to annex his name hair grow long and beautiful." Miss ble conditions are tho result of the use as the H'xth asset. Signa Ahl, 2 Farwell street, West, Worcester, Mass. of tho great power and wealth of this The Danville Messenger says: "Ollie trust to prevent its employees from join A Society Event ing organizations. Tho condition of James' mothsr wanted him to be a den Mr. Paul Gilmore comes here very labor in this industry is nothing less list. He will now carry out her wishes than slsverv. In ten years this trust, by filling a cavity in the Unittd States soon in a big revival of his greatest sucwhile working men under these condi Senate. There arc other decayed placts cess, "Tho Mummy and the Humming tions, have from the American in that body into which sound Demo Bird," the play that'made bim a star. Criticism from tho News Tribune, Dul-utpeople $050,000,000 in excess of a lib- cratic fillings should be placed." eral profit on its investment, and this HAIR HEALTH. "Tho Mummy and the Humming enormous profit has been used to grind Bird" played at tho Lyceum last night, down its workers to their present mis erable condi' ion." If You Have Scalp or Hair is one of the protitest society dramas on tho stage and with Paul Gilmore, naturWhekever tho stnel trust has asked Trouble, Accept This Offer. al, manly and forceful in the role of for a high taritT-ta- x it has based its plea When we promise your money back Lord Lumley, no greater treat can be on the benvolent excuse that its first for the mere asking if Rexali "03" Hair asked than tho privilege of witnessing wish was to "protect the American Tonio doet not do as we cla m it will, the proluction. Mr. Gilmoro creates a workingman." Always, when the Re you certainly have no reaeon for even character in tho part Lumlny of and the publicans fixed a high laritT-ta- x on steel hesitating to try it. We do not ask honorable, big hearted their orators and leaders shouted that it you to obligate yourself in any way. fellow, becomes very and very lovab'e; was done to "protect the American Wo could not alford to so strongly as the story is told. And while Lumley workingman." Louis D. Brandeis, cit endo se Rexall 03" Hair Tonic and or rather Paul Gilmore is making such ing figures from the Federal Bureau of continue to sell it as we do, if it did a warm place for himself in tho hearts ' Under tho guise of not do all we claim. Should our enthu Statistics, says: of the audience a great pity is also findprotecting American workingmen J. P. siasm carry us away, and Rexall "03" ing a place for the unfortunato Lady Morgan and the owners of the steel Irust Hair Tonic not givo entire satisfaction Lumley, who is being forced on lo inhave subjected the laborer to grossly ex- lo tho users, they would lose faith in discretion if not folly, by her husband's cessive toil, and deprived him of his us and our statements, and in extraordinary attitude toward her, and liberty. In England steel laborers work our business prestige would suf- it is extraordinaJy in the farthest and I only 55 hours a week, while in this fer. deepest sense of the word. country they average 72 hours a week. Therefore, when we assure you that One can understand the absorption of About a third work more than 72 hours, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will promptly the man, as a scientist, to the exclusion and a fourth work twelve hours a day eradicate dandruff, stimulate hair of social life. But two minutes after and seven days a week, with an occasion- growth and prevent prematuro bald her departure, for the dinner party, al 24 hour day when the shift is made. ness, you may rest assured we know which even lo please her he refused to To work man this way not only makes what we aro talking about. attend, he gives up some very valuable them "old at forty' but necessarily de- We honestly believe that Rexall "93 time from his papers to entertaining an generates the race, mentally, morally Hair Tonic will do more than any other unknown Italian organ grinder. To be I Every Republican human agency toward restoring hair sure the scene, and is a and physically." mighty clever it who will ask for votes next summer will growth and hair health. It is not one, is extromely useful in shaping a request on the plea that he greasy and will not gum the scalp or satisfactory ending to the play base his in the wants to "protect the American work hair or cause permanent stain. It is as last act and the little inconsistency on ingman," pleasant to use as pure cold water. It the part of Lord Lumley will have to be President Taft, in bis recent speech comes in two sizes; prices 50o and $1 laid at the door of tho dramatist, who in New York, used these words: "The Remember, you can obtain it only at probably saw in it tho possibi'ities of people are not always able to decide our store Tho Rexall Store. Perry's the drama rather than of the man. Quiseppo is particularly fine. His what is best for them. A great many Drug Store. o best scene, the ono in which men who believe this to be true lack the Kind "Words. with Lord Lumley he endeavors, first to courage to say it." In explaining that Kind words bring memories that echo anderstand English and then to tell the people do not always know what through the years long after tho life of his wrcnis of his suffer- they want, the President made no men that uttered them have crumbled in ings to the sympathetic Englishman is tion of the fact that the people do not dust. Childron carry the memory of a marvelously fine piece of work and always have a chance, under the present works of appreciation with received well merited applause. cumbersome election methods, to give them through childhood and often re Signer D'Orelli makes a very accept expression to their opinions. The peo call them in old age when onvoloped in able Frenchmah and certainly is ab ple, for instance, probably would not bo the shadows of life They are like the ominablo enough in disposition to merit in favor of allowing hundreds of perfume of the violet that lifts its head the fate which would undoubtedly have Republicans in the South to above the spring showers and whispers to been his, f f there had been one more nominate tho candidate for President, them of the sunshine. Money cannot act. but how can they help themselvw? buy, intellect cannot create so rare a Miss Kathryn Hutchison, sweet of Moreover, when the peoplo decide al gem as true kindness. It is a heart face, and beautifully gowned, makes a most unanimously that they want a cer product and needs the tonderest of very womanly and womanish Lady tain thing, such as the recall in Arizona, culture. It is killed by the President steps in and says they and enfeebled by neglect. indifference Lebanon En shall not have it. When both Houses terprise. of Congress pass a bill revising the tax on woolens downward, tho President Defy Knife i makes that legislation impossible with his veto. Apparently it makes small difference to Mr. Taft whether the peo The Cause of Their Formation pie know what they want or not. 5till Remains. The Ricksesd Climax. tl pf Lumloy. One cannot quhe see what danc she finds attractive in the ing little Frenchman, but one can easily see what she misses in her husband and her faults are Dot very serious after all. The charming" Ruth, wno tells plain truth with a candor and a practical twist thai are very convincing. She also indulges in ono fit of rage which is becoming and not wholly unreasonable. a second The entire drama iswor-thought. It is all so simple and so logical and so human. Paul Gilmore makes half the drama and the excellent The rest lines mako tho other half. and there is more, somehow, is about equally divided between tho excellence of his support the pretty gowns and the appropriate and attractive soilings. The play is clover in every sense of the word It is well constructed and moreover, is full of witty lines in dialogues which might otherwise be considered. Carriages may be ordered for eleven o'clock. Rida Johnson Young, tho famous playwright, is preparing Mr. Gilmore's play for next season. It will be called "The Lottery Man." "Tho Mummy and the Humming Bird" cjmes to the Opera House soon. Mr. This is a guaranteed attraction. Gilmore has spared no pains in making a revival of the play that has made him rich and famous. WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? We Recommend and Guarantee Ed. V. Price's Tailoredto0rder s. PARISIAN SAGE Banishes Dandruff SUITS For Perfect Fit Latest Styles Best Quality And as a Result Parisian Sage Guaranteed JL n H. G JAMES buy or sellyour bouse, farm town lots or any tiling else in the Real Estate line. "Will r- Satisfaction Boys' Ready Made Clothing in the Latest Designs and of Superior Quality Call and Let Us business intrusted toJ him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services are need A.ny We also have a complete line of Men's and en ed. h. represent iron bound reInsurance Companies member this. "We TO INSURE YOUR . Show You 0 HOUSE WITH MM cRirfosxaKcuJinES D. R Freeman YOU HAD E.V.Elder AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH LET US MAKE YOUR SPRING SUIT 4 J. T. FERIIILL Thinking of Plumbing or Heating Our Department of Planning and Designing, can render you valuable assistance in planning, suggesting and working owa ideas into practical shape. This Service Is Free. ur conse-quedc- Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky GRECNLEAF & HERRINGT0N Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House 5 STJT1 a. Attobnkyat-La- y , iUDHMOND, - KENTUCKY. And further, it places u 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 ever one you will find a satisfied customer. dice over Slate Bank & Trust Co., op wite Court House, on Main Street. Harry M Blanton, WOdceiD BeonjUBuit.iiiK. .jinly lbiPdONE teto-a-tet- DENTIST 1S R. Emmett Million Successor to liurein St Dennr Oxer State RICHMOND HEATING AND PLUMBING COMPANY HURST, B. F. Proprietor Egg Famine in Madison. Madison county is in tho throes of an egg famine, such as was never seen h ere before. During tho cold weather, it seems, that all hens have gone on strike, as very few eg?s could be had at any price last week and those sold b ought 5o each Tho grocery say eggs are scarcer than over known hero before. "Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is t he best remedy for that often fatal disease croup. Has been used with success in our family for eight years." Mrs. L. f7-lWhiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. m Telephone 270 DENTIST Bant Dentist & Trust Company TKLEPHONE 288 office-holdi- Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Office Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a worm: with good sense but w hau f beauty enougb to make highly agreeable. If ycr. wish to see faces light up witl: joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at ncr-sel- Telephom 267 in Oldham Building Piles The 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 DroDosition 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 tor him. If mine is best vote for me and will appreciate it J. J. GRLLNLLAF. 1 You want Good County Government, don't you.' I he only way to et it is to elect Good Othcers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of i Democratic metal bill was before the piles.becauso even when the evil tumors House, why such articles as sowing are cut away, the cause of their forma machines had been placed on the free tion still remains. That cause is poor Dr. Leonhardt's II EM-Hlist. Chairman Underwood of the Dem circulat on. D is the tablet remedy that is taken ocratic Ways and Moans committee, inwardly and gets right to the inside courteously supplied the I with the desired information. "We cause. HEM-ROIis sold for $1 by B. L. have placed these articles on the free Middelton. Richmond, Ky., and all list for tho benefit of the American peo- druggists. Money back if it falls. Dr. ple," said Mr. Underwood. The uncon- Lconbardt Co., btation IS., tsuiralo, a. tested testimony shows that sewing Y. Write S"r booklet. machines are being sold to the rich and Automobiles Painted. poor alike in this country for from 823 to $15 a machine, and yet are being laid At my shop on Third St. I am pre down, freight paid, in the Orient, for pared to paint and trim Automobiles, I $3.75. We are not ashamed to tra in thn Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all I American people and say that when an kinds. I have a painter of long ex I article is manufactured in this countrv perience and who understands his so cheaply that it can compete in all the business, Prices as low as consistent markets or the world, wo are willinir to with first class work. Give mo a trial. place it on the free list for the benefit of Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and our own people." The metal bill passed repairing in all branches. . i by the Democrats makes reductions on ' 12-James A. Moor is tf Uncle Jok Cannon, "High Protec- - One place where surgery fails to bring I tion Joe," wanted to know, when tho permanent relief is in the treatment of Corsets, Suits, Coats. Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 Second St. To Tax Bachelors. A bill was introduced in the Kentucky Legislature, Thursday, taxing bachelors from 10c to 25c each, the revenue to be used for school purposos. Lackey Telephone 62 & Todd Opera House Building Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor mado to ordor and delivered promptly. tf The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing S0MEB0DY: - L00K. DO YOU WEAR SHOES? WANT BUY AT HALF PRICE? " Richmond John R. Gibson : : Ky. TO James B. Walker HOW CHRONIC New Haven. Conn. T uran with a most persistent chronic cough F. R. Pennington lor a long time and had tried so many remedies and prescriptions without Dentist. Denent tnat I was discouraged. I was Office next door to Government buili persuaded by my friends to trv VI. noL After taking tho second bottle, ng Richmond, Ky. my cough left me, and I must say I never felt better In my life. I can also recommend Vinol to any one In a condition as the best possi ble remedy." DENTIST It is the combined action of the medicinal elements of the cods livLick, ers, aided by the g and Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a strength-creating properties of tonic Specialty. iruu wmca maices vmoi so efficient in Office in Bank Building. curing chronic coneha. 1 ronchltis at the same time building up me weakened, a system. Try a botUe of Vinol with the understanding that your money will b returned if It does sot help yoa. Specialist Are Beinsr Cured hv Vinnl Be Comfortable... To be comfortable a Man's 5hirt should fit him perfectly; We have secured the Agency for H. L PATRICK run-dow- n Paint Kentucky blood-makin- COMPANY Of Cincinnati The Leading Shirt Men of that city. Mr. Menzer will be in our store on LANDMAN-MENZER Up-to-Da- te FACTS IS: We are overstocked on shoes and must reduce our stock at once. We have more shoes than any store in town and we must sell. We are willing and glad to sacrifice but we must sell REGARDLESS COST VALUE. rna-dow- Dr. M. Dunn MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19 AND 20 to personally take Your Measure and assist youJn determining the Style Shirt that would Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin-sen- ? and Feathers that you brjng. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOE' SALE THE and THROAT Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists please you. Richmond, Kt JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Reasonable. PHONE. 83, or 481. .Services G C Sale & all-around Co, Their line is a beautiful one, apd Workmanship on Shirts Unsurpassed. We want Your Shirt, Business. Give , us a trial. If we fail to fit, "you 1 ' not have to keep the Shirts. .. . You can also buy the BEST SOCK in Richmowf at ours'ore. It is the ONYX. Wo carry them for MEN, LADIES' and CHILDREN. 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 pair or so of a kind. $3.50 values $1.69; $3.00 Shoes for $ .49; $2.0tf Shoes, " for $ .00; $ 50 Shoes for 75 cenfs. 1 1 1 Bat Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., Repairs for all kinds of Machinery aid any uai H. SolietWB e. DOTY, SURVEYOR of them Ua wmJLmam KiuiMuro M. : WIDESKurnvvv Kbooc 363 Are the largest order buyers of cattle, bogs, sheep, lambc, and calves at trie Ga- ckmati Unk Stock Yard. Consign your stock te them aad receive the hifhest market A Two-week- s PRE-ENVENTO- RY SALE begins NOW. ulW . price. John R. Gibson MdCee Mock : Telephone Mis Ma4 & Co. 500 Miss Margaret Pfaclp. W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY Richmond's Greatest Store. W.&Nonis. Hart