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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 21, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912022101_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 21, 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. MOND CLIMAX. 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912 NUMBER 35 L. R. Riant on : X Stolen qr Strayed; Lost or Mislaid. The following is a copy or a unique notice ' affixed to the church door at, White church, London: "Missing, Sunday last, some families from church. "Stolen, several hours from the Lord's dayf by a number of people of( different ages, dressed in their Sunday clothes. "Strayed, half a score of lambs, be lieved to have gone in the direction of No Sunday School Mislaid, a quantity of silver and copper coins on the counter of a public house, the owner being in a state of great excitement at the time. "Wanted, several young people When last seen were walking in pairs up Sabbath Breaker's Lane, which leads to the.City of No God. "Lost, a lad carefully reared, not long from homeland for a time very promising. Supposed to have gone with one or two older companions to Prodigal Town, Husk Lane.. "Anv riorssn assiitinir in the recovorv of the above shall ii no wise loso his reward." 1 J How Farmers Lose. Hero is a suggestion to farmers worthy of consideration at this time. The grains from twelvo ears of corn will plant an acre. If one of these twelve ears is not fertile, there will be a loss of threo to five bushels in the yield. As most corn growers select their seed in a haphazzard way, it is a fair assertion to say that the farmers of this country lose abont 810,000,000 a year by selecting poor seod corn. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: CoaI; Feed, Salt; Sand, Lime, Rock IMPORTANT Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Baking mi Absolutely fussb i Iiome-bake-d MATTRESS (NAME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) TO KNOW The Opening Guns. The first real test of strength among the candidates for the Presidency occurs February 22. On that day the Democrats of Oklahoma will hold their convention and decide what candidate WHATSlHSIDETHE the Oklahoma delegates will vote for in SHOWS YOU WHAra'INSlD6l?;iJOH:fS HAVE TO BUY0H?FAITH?&0ME INANdB LOOK THR OUG rmfcE--j LACED 0PENWGW& Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 Makes delicious foods 5 majdismm quality at minimum cost. Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum Ho Unto tho National Convention. Oklahoma's choico probably lies among Folk, Clark and Wilson. Tho second tost comes on March 5, on which day North Dakota will hold its Presidential primary. and Rzm:Bmm TO INSURE REST aa MATTRESS YOU SET if mm &,ik. & COMFORTABLE DR. LEONHARDT"5 DISCOVERY. Hem-Boi- BIG CYCLONE COMING.. . Jp--' . Feathers onHer Shoes. Will Interest Every d Person Who Has Piles. The la'dy of fashion will shun plu mage on her hat this year, but will bo allowed to display a radiance of feathers on her shoes, according to advices from Paris, France. The very latest noto of elegance in footwear is declared to be shoes covered with birds plumage of the most elegant hues of feathers. The price of the new shoes will, of course. be enormous. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. Seo us before buying. Phosphates The public is indebted to Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, of Lincoln, Neb., for years of study of tho treatment of piles, and for tho discovery of a successful remedy, taken inwardly, which livens up the stagnant blood circulation and reduces the swollen vessels. Dr. Leonhardt's prescription Is HEM-BOISold by Middelton and all druggists at $1 for twenty-fou- r days treatment. Guaranteed to givo satisfaction. Dr. Leon-harCo.. Station B, Buffalo, N. Y? Write for booklet. dt 5ome Swell Near-Job- s. Heir to Millions. TURNPIKE WORK. 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Among the new jobs provided for in bills now pending in tho Kentucky Legislature are threo Prison Commissioners at $2, 100 a year each, two members State Insurance Rating Board at 83,000 a year each, a State Bank Commissioner at S3, COO, Deputy Commissioner at S2.400, and threo Bank Examiners at $1,800 each, threo members State Public Utilities Commission at 82,500 a year each, a Tobacco Commissioner at 82,500, a Hotel Inspector at 81,800, and Deputy Inspector at 81,200, and two as sistant School Fund Inspectors at $2,000 a year each. This tempting line of political pastry will be placed on tho "pie counter" by tho middle of June, if tho measures are enacted into laws at this session, and the Indications are that most of them will be passed. Shown ia aay weights ami sizes for every use. a KB El B. SHACKELFORD & CO. x RICHMOND, KY. McGAUGHEY Telephone 33 Sidney It. Francis, 23 years old, son of David R. Francis, formerly of this citv. but now a St. Louis, Mo., million aire and a former Governor of that Stale, is in Los Angeles, Cal., with his pockets stuffed full of letters of credit and notes of' introduction to American Consuls in almost every part of the world. "I am going to work my way around the world," declared tho young man. "I am on my way to San Francisco, Cal., now to get a job on a transpacific steamer, preferably a freighter, to work my way to tho Orient." Young Francis was graduated from Yale last spring. He returned to St. Louis, Mo., intending to take np his father's business, joining thrtfirm of FrancisBrothers & Co., brokers, but soon denided that his education had not been properly completed. So ho told his father he Investigate the Market wanted to "beat it" for a couple of A corrospondont of tho Mt. Sterling years over the faco of tho globe. Gazette says: "Every farmer should In vestigate tho tobacco market previous We are sending to our subscribers to taking off his own crop, for tho sim ple reason that, after he has taken it whose siroscnrrTioss have expired off tho stocks ho will take from 3c to 5c and to those ix AiiitEAUS, statements per pound less than ho would have of their accounts which, wo trust, will otherwise, and the American Tobacco meet with a ready response. We shall Company knows it. Growers seldom greatly appreciate such a response, and tf it WILL HELP US a lot. ever bring their crop back home." Court Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary;, 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 mattreas oat ot poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted iato of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Sanding nearly tkree feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to ju the proper taaaioa, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it m perfedl relaxa- at 1mm-dre- ds one-six- th Notice is hereby given 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 the year 1912, said bids to state numoer of section and the prico per rod for hard metal, slate, gravel, or ditching as the case may bo. Bids will bo opened and contracts awarded on March 5. Successful bidders will be required on or before April 1, 1012, to execute a contract and bond with approved security to perform the work as therein provided otherwise award will be vacated. The Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid. All work is to be done under the direction ot the County Supervisor of Roads. W. R. SlIACKELFOltD, 33-- H Judge. tion. Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Fosler you get the be Mattaeaa TaJtae of Come in today and ask to see these exceptional fciattraaes. WeTI them. A positive guarantee on f'nry Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a vety Comfortable aso Ex Langshan Eggs. hatching. now. 33-3- Pure bred White Langshan eggs for $1.00 for 15. ' Orders booked Park Siielto s, Union City, Ky. telephone us send or hews they may have. Wo aro under majtt obligations to those who do it. We cannot get all AitY Wo want our subscribers to OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 tho news, so holp us to get out a good l'ArEit by sending in an item once in a while. tf Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. R. 229 O. L. Tire hustling Cash Store ced Prices on All Winter Goods ; and Ends :: All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men's and Boys Clothing and Suits Overcoats Prices $15:00 12.50 10.50 7.95 . 75c pfor .ever knownto 4.50 SialitMathari . $12.50 $20.00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for 10t50 15.00 and 17.50 Suits and Overcoats for 8.50 12.50 Suits and Overcoats for 7.50 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 in them than you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c 6-7- 5 fHpierchandiae at a price to close out all odds lots and to make ready for Spring . Stocks. If not as gliese prices continue as long as advertised. We are anxious to serve you to the mutual interest ofboth POM V . BROTHERS - : - - . - . : -- ' J. Faris McCord, of Red House, leaves today for Asheville. N. C, where he Elsie Janis, the brilliant little musical comedy star will come to the Loxington Opera House Monday, February 20th, presenting her latest musical success. "The Slim Princess." There are eighty Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minpeople in the company and a special augmented orchestra, and a magnificent ute" as we constantly watch the market Green B. Turley, who has been in Miss Janis is always a production. new and worthy goods, and we refor poor health for several months and who great favorite wiih theatergoers, and went to Hot Springs, Ark., a month ago, spectfully invite your attention to our her engagement will undoubtedly bo a is very much improved in health, and line of brilliant success. She will be supported hopes are entertained for his complete by Mr. Jos. Cawthorn, and practically recovery. The following notice concerning tho the same brilliant company as ran for wedding was received too nearly a year at the Globe Theatre in John S. Todd celebrated his 75th Glbson-Or- r birthday at his home, near Terrill, on late for last week's Climax: New York. February 11. His children and grand"A marriage of unusual interest on acMAUDE ADAMS. children prepared a delightful surprise dinner, and tbe occasion was greatly count of the prominence of families,and Maude Adams comes to the Lexington especially because of the distinction of enjoyed by those present Opera House Thursday, February 29th, R. L. Gentry returned Friday from a the groom, and the popularity of the in her magnificent production of "Chan-ticle- r " The company numbers a hunmonths' trip throngh Ohio and West bride, occurred at 0:30 o'elock in the Virginia in the interest of tho F. H. evening of February 8th, in the parlor dred people, and is a magnificent proBelts, in Lawson Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, of the Orr home, Big Stone Gap, Vir- duction. with which firm Mr. Gentry has been ginia, when Miss THE SPRING MAID. Bernice Orr, daughter connected for many years. of Dr. D.F. Orr, became the bride of Dr. Spring Maid, the newest of Vien-ness- e The Mrs. W. E. Luxon spent last week in Operettas from which harmonious in Cynthiana with Mr. Luxon, who is en Hugh R. Gibson, the Rev. Dr. J. C. Orr, ripples have spread throughout the presiding elder of the Morristown Disgaged in the tobacco business in that country since its music and merriment for Tailored place. During Mrs. Luxon's absence trict, M. E. Church, South, and uncle of were first heard in New York last year. Miss Henrietta Luxon was with ber tho bride, officiating. Dr. Gibson, This production comes to the Lexington aunt, Mrs. C. C. Wallace. for Waists in together with two of his brothers, who Opera House Friday and Saturday Hon. h. B. Herrington was at home are also physicians, own and operate Matinee, March I and 2. The new firm of Werba & Leuschor are assuring a perfrom Frankfort, Sunday. Representative Herrington has done splendid work very successfully tho Gibson Hospital in formance of brilliance. For the they have brought to this Dr. Gibson has a fine in the lower branch of the General As- Richmond, Ky. Call and see us as we are now ready to sembly, and was warmly greeted by bis reputation as physicsan and surgeon. country Mizzi Hajos, the fascinating take care of you on all Fall and Winter many admirers during his short visit to He is courteous, cultured and genteel Hungarian, who created the part in Vienna. The great Spring Maid Orcheshis family. Goods Miss Orr comes from tra which plays so large a part, will be in his bearing. While in Frankfort, Friday last, Miss one of Virginia's best families, a component production together with Elizabeth G. Miller was a guest of Miss prominent in law, in medicine, in agri- the magnificent production. Musette Vsatch. It will be interesting All orders sent for seats accompanied education, and in church to their many Richmond friends to culture, at-- , know that Mr. and Mrs. Veatch and circles. Sle is a young lady of by remittance will receive prompt lovely young daughter will soon go extraordinary beauty, intelligence and tention. their to Lexington to reside. culture. Her charming manner, sweet Miss Estelle Smith was the hostess Friday afternoon at her home on the spirit, and brilliant speech have made a South Side at a lovely party which she place for her in every home and heart Her circle gave for Miss Carrie Allman, who came where she is known. over from Richmond for the day. Music friends is limited only by the number of and games was the order of the after- her acquaintances. AND She ii not simply noon, and ices and chocolate and wafers pretty, but beautiful; not only bright, were served Frankfort miiUES EIESI WQIBUT II Tbe friends of Miss Martha Maur in but brilliant. An effective color scheme will regret to learnthat she underwent an of pink and white,relieved by masses of Based Upon Prison Commission THECLIMAX PRINTING CO operation for appendicitis at Dr. Price's green, was carried out in tho Orr home, Item of Interest Retarding Home- (Incorporated.) Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Slio is The ceremony was performed under folk and Others, Uncertainty. recovering rapidly, and will be at her home in a few weeks for a visit. Miss wedding bell made of pink roses. The Pres. and Mgr. A. D. Miller arch was of white, entwined with smilax, Mr. Richardson, of Danville, was in Maupin is in her last year of training Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. WhKe and a string of tiny electric lights with that institution. Richmond, Wednesday, Conlee, of Clark county, has fo m and color like pink rose buds MB. BROWN STILL HOLDING ON ! Lewis Msater Miss Bessie Miller is visiting in Frank rented a farm near Fort Estill, "Sunny across the top, while tall crystal candel KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCUTIOI fort. side," known as the Mrs. Estelle Chen- - abras holding pink candles, stood on ltd Clay place, which has a splendid either side Mrs. Cinda Karr is spending a few ault at the base of the arch, Displaying LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT orchard and is otherwise an attractive the Bouncing Abilities of a days in Beatty vile. Colonel and Mrs Crystal candle sticks, with pink candles Blue Grass farm. Tennis Ball, Prison Commissioner Miss Mabel Kunkle spent the week John Cunningham highly recommend baskets of pink roses, and white and YEAR FEB FBICE $1.00 Has Been Able to Come Back Each Mr. Conlee and say he is a nice youn; pink carnation?, were tastefully arrang end with friends in Frankfort, IN ADVANCE bachelor who was educated at Kentucky ed about tho entire room. Time the Governor Has Thought He To the L. P. Adams spent Sunday and Mon btale University. Lexington Leader. Had Him Laid, and the End Is Not familiar strains of Lohengrin's Bridal WEDNESDAY. FEB. 21 - - - 1912 day in Cincinnati. Ohio. A pretty compliment, and one deeply Mendelssohn's Wedding Yet In Sight. oy tne recipient, was a val March and Miss Rosina Elder, of Paris, is the at appreciated eniine post card shower sent to Mrs. Al March, played by Mrs. J. H. Mathews, Jobse Gart, bead of the Steel Trust, tractive guest of Miss Mattie Elder. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. With the Williams, of Red House. About eighty ihe bridal party entered from the hall Mrs. Tribble and daughter, of Lan friends, happy over Mrs. Williams' re the groom and best man, Dr. Mi ss Gib 1912 session of the legislature .almost attended a banquet in New Ysrk. The covery from a long siege of illness, son, food was good, the Mgbts were bright caster, are visiting Mrs. D. H. Brick. brother of the groom, tho bride fol nearing the endj Eli H. Brown still is mailed her post cards of good cheer. the wine tbe silver shimmered, Miss Jane D. Stockton attended th love and happy greetings. Mrs. Will- lowing on tho arm of her sister, Miss a member of the prison commission sparkled, tbe cigars added a final com German, Monday evening, in Versailles. iams is one of Madison county's most Irma Orr. maid of honor. Tho bride and Is by no means certain thr.t his pteteness to tbe happiness of all presWill Willging. of Cincinnati, Ohio, popuiar matrons, and both she and her appeared very lovely in her dress of crown will be knocked off at all. If husband have hosts of friends who are ent. When it came Judge Gary's turn was the guest last week of Miss Mattie glad to know of her restoration to white satin draped in silk marquesette, the session should end without the pasto speak, bis naiad was saturated with Elder. elaborately trimmed with Duchess lace sage of any bill removing the present health. benevolence, and bis thoughts turned to and pearl trimmings, with a touch of prison commission, It Is believed to be James I. Hamilton was in Richmond Buokner and Carrick Epperson, of tbe welfare of tbe republic and the suf week, where he was hand embroidery. She carried a shower certain that the governor would call several days ferings of working men. Listen to Winchester, are visiting their aunt. engaged in a last murder case in Circuit bouquet of white bride's roses and lillies an extra session, to pass a new prison Mrs. Lucy Adams. him: "Thiags are being said nowadays Court. ..Miss Callie Adams has re- of tho valley, and wore lillies of th commission act but this possibly will that are closely akin to the things that Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Broaddus left last turned, after a visit to Miss Lee Pra valley in her hair. The maid of honor not be necessary. The governor, to Miss Mary Miller wwe said jest prior to tbe French revo week for a months' stay at Hot Springs, ttler, of Richmond has returned to her home in Richmond, was gowned in white chiffon in bordered uso a slang phrase, went after the lution. Unless tbe great corporations. Ark. after a visit to the Misses Doty and Miss effect, of soft tones of pink and green, scalp of Mr. Brown. He thought he -. ifl capitalists and men of large wealth and Mrs. D. W. Bridges isrecovering from ivcuie T uee ueimy auss urumeue u. elaborated with bands of lace. She had it several times, but Mr. Brown Arnold left Msnday for Richmond, power take a leading part in the amelio- an attack of lagrippe. Her mother The showed the bouncing abilities of a tenwhere she will enter the Lastern Ken carried pink Killarney roses. nis ball and has come back each time. ration of eonditieas, there will be still with her. groom wore the conventional black tueky Normal school Misses Jennie As predicted In this column last changes made later by the mob." The Mrs. Harry Blanton is enjoying a visit Parks, of Richmond, and Lucy Francis. f ollowing tne conclusion of the cere week, Mr. Brown made his last play newspapers next day told the story of from her mother, of Paint Lick, were guests for several mony and congratulations of friends, Mrs. Watts, of Lex on a possible disagreement between days of Mrs. F. S. Hughes Lancaster the banquet and of Judge Gary's speeoh. ington. light collation was served to the guests, the house and the senate over the central Record. and tbe same newspapers chronicled the Mr. and Mrs. tt. O. .ackey left yes alter wnicn tne nappy couple left on prison bills. The surprise was when testimony of witnesses before the Stan Perry's prescription department is the L. & N. train for an extended trip, the house not only rejected the senate terday for a visit to relatives in Laurel, ley Committee. These witnesses told equally as popular as his equally up-to-embracing a number of eastern cities amendment which would allow all bow tbe Steel Trust forces men to work Miss. date drug store. Many useful those holding office in the prisons on and points of interest. Miss Jennie Parkes has returned. twelve hours a day, seven days a week and beautiful presents were given. The Jan. 1, 1912 to hold onto their Jobs for for wages wbiofa compel them to live after a visit to relatives and friends in groom's bridal present to the bride was four years, but went everybody a few like twtae- -a condition wbiob Judge Lancaster. a most beautiful diamond brooch. The better and turned down the Gary eouM eliminate with a few strokes Idea altogether. CHURCH NOTES. Mrs. McDonald, Tho bill that of Bovle ouUof-tow- n guests were Dr. John C. Orr, passed does not pretend of his pen. The banquet ball is dark. county, is visiting her neice, Mrs. W. B i Morristown, Tenn , Mrs. Judge Wesley the house prison out of politics. to take the Tbe diners are gone. The tables are Spears, on Fifth street. It Orr, Joncsville, Va ; Mrs. Jackson Wolfe, leaves them in, decidedly and the only stripped of their linen and viands, and There will be no services at the Chris Misses Frank James and Mary Louise Dryden, Va., Mrs. P. M. Carr, Gibsons thing somewhere in that deserted room, Deatheraee spent Friday last with Miss tian church Sunday eveninsr. Elder Station, Va.; Dr. Moss Gibson, Rich over it does Is to turn tho patronage from one set of Democrats to Barnes and his congregation are invited snruanee so small that the servants Sarah Kinney in Frankfort. tnond, Ky ; and Mr. Shelby Gibson. another set The Republicans do not to attend services at the Methodist failed to see it when they swept out the get a smell. In fact they did not stand Mrs. Charles Tapp is at home, aftr crumbs, is Judge Gary's beautiful al much chance either way, for under the spending several days with her sister. church. truism. senate bill they would have gotten Mrs. James B. Eeed, of Covington, The Whatsoever Society will meet in two commissioners and then no lobs Just once is bis life Theodore Roose ttarry Bybee, lately with Rice & Ar the basement of the Christian church until four years had passed except velt expressed an opinion on tbe tariff. nold, is in Deland, Fla., where he will Thursday evening. Light refreshments such places as might happen to be vaThat is, be almost expressed an opinion. spend the remainder of the winter. cated. The house bill would throw will be served and numerous useful In one of hts messages he wrote this Waoebs William H. Wagers died at out of their Jobs every guard, deputy Airs. Irvine G. Ballard and little articles will be sold. sentence: "In a later message I shall the home of his son, Jonah Wagers, in and warden now employed in the aaugnter, fcrancis Morton, spent last disouss tbe tariff." A preliminary draft this city, Saturday morning, aged 78 prisons, If the new commission wanted week with friends in Nicholasville. The meeting in progress at the Meth- of this message fell into the hands of their places. Of course, some would Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Oldham have odtst church continues with fine years. Mr. Wagers had been complain havo "pull" Senators Aldrksb and Lodge and Speaker enough to have themselves ing for the past two weeks, but was con Cannon. Immediately they rushed to returned home, after a short visit to audiences and with unabated interest fined to his retained. bed only ten days, the im At all the services Sunday tbe house The present prison commission, of the White Howe. Presto! When the Mrs. Oldham's parents in Crittenden. mediate cause of his desth being due to which Mr. Brown Is the real fighting Judge and Mrs. N. B. Turpin spent was taxed to its utmost seating capacity, paralysis. message finally was submitted to Con Deceased was a former citi- representative, has a great deal of gross, it contained no reference to the tndayand Saturday in Pineville with One gratifying feature of the day's work zen of Estill county, but had made Mad strength in the senate and it has alMrs. T. B Ware, sister of Mrs. Turpin. was the raising of over 81.C00.00 on the tariff. Aside from that, no living man church building fund. A number of ison county his home tor several years, ways been a close vote there. They can point to a written or a spoken opin Miss Sue Scrivner, of the Winchester most of which time he resided with his will now rally their strength to have ion that Mr. uoeseveK ever expressed High School Faculty, spent the week additions have been added during the youngest son, Charles Wagers, at Kirks tho senate reject the house bill entirelast week to the church by confession on the tariff question. end with her father and sisters in this The music under the leadership of Mr. ville. Estill county never gave to Mad ly. A conference committee will oe A box is pending in the State Legis- city. Robert E. Johnson is a most enjoyable ison county a better nor more honorable appointed and the two houses will try a citi.en than this venerable gentleman to get together on a bill that can be lature to make the minimum common Mrs. Simeon Hamilton, of Wiseman- and helpful feature of the services. passed by both houses, with Mr. Brown sohool term seven months instead of town, is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Sunday afternoon next at 3 p. u., there His life was a success in every particu hoping that there can be no agreelar. tie was modest and unassuming six. This is a move in the right direc- Harry Scrivner, on North Second will be a meeting for men only. Only ment during the present session. Jf tion. Kentucky seems to be waking up street. those over 12 years of age are expected. and a friend to all. He is survived by the session ends with no bill passed six children, who aro: Jonah, William, he will hold on The subject will be "Wanted a Man in matters pertaining to a better and and Finley Fogg will Mrs. 1). C. McCormick has returned Elbert and Charles Wagers, and Mes hold also for two years. mere extended common school educaThe World's Bid for a Man." tion. The country schools are growing to her home in Winchester, after Services will continue throughout the dames Hargis Brandenburg and Liberty Democratic members of the legisla in usefulness and importance. Honey pleasant visit to her brother, Z. T. Rice, week at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. every day. Cox, all of this county. The remains ture have been having much excitespent in this way will bring a good re and family. The pastor extends a cordial invitation were taken to Estill county Sunday, ment during the present session playand, after short services by the pastor ing presidential politics. For Instance. turn. Miss Cecil Barnett, of Richmond, is to everybody io attend. of the Christian church at Irvine, the somebody offered a resolution Inviting expected to visit to "The Girl Who Disappears, Mr. and Mrs.arrive today for aDanville For the benefit of those who desire to remains were laid to rest beside those of Mr. Hearst to come to Frankfort and Charles Pates. make an address to the legislature. and Why." Advocate. keep in touch with the announcements his wife, near Irvine. Nearly everybody votel for It, being At Normal Cbapel,Thursday evening. perfectly willing to have Mr. Hearst Miss Fannie Frazier, of Wiseman and other interesting church notes (and Feb. 29 at 7:30 p.m. by David 1L Grant. town there is no more pleasing feature in The After an illness extending over or anybody else address the legislareturned home Saturday, after Admission free by complimentary tic Climax) we have decided to devote period of ten days, Mrs. F. H. Goosman ture. Then the Wilson men had a res spending four weeks ket only. Tickets may be obtained of parents, Mr. and Mrs. with her grand- column weekly to this department, died Sunday morning at the Pattie A. olution offered inviting Gov. Woodrow Wilson, at MobBuick. any minister or at this office. The sub- and hereafter all news pertaining to the Clay Infirmary. Deceased was taken Wilson of New Jersey to come to erley. jeot with whiob this lecture deals is atvarious churches of Richmond and seriously ill from the first and her con Frankfort. That went through. Then The most forciblo illustration oftHe r. B. Taylor and family, having Madison county will be found under the dition grew more alarming as the days the Harmon men joined In and had enormous facilities of the Buick Motor) tracting more attention in the civilized world at this time than any other moral spent several months at the home of above heading instead of being scatter- passed, until death relieved tho mother Gov. Harmon asked. Tho Republicans, company is evidenced by the humberi of course, had their own list, which question. Mr. Grant has given much Mrs. Taylor's father at Stephens' Store. ed over tbe paper as heretofore. of large orders handled by the companyj The and wife of her suffering. Her death research and careful study of the exist- Mo., have returned to their home in pistors of this city have generously con- was duo to a complication of diseases, started off with the colonel, and in- tne past weeks. cluded the prospective candidates. The ing conditions in our large cities and Waco. tributed to The Climax in the past, and Mrs. Goosman was forty-on- e un January is an order was received years of Republicans shied off and not one of towns and tells in an impressive manner William Bybee, of the Bybee Dry we hope to have them take even a great age, and came to this city from Cincin- them accepted, probably regarding it irom me aMeorasKa-JJuic- k Auto com- -. what he knows. Don't fail to hear him. uoods company, Ashland, came by here er interei t in the future.sinco this space nati with her husband many years ago, as settled that Mr. Taft will carry pany, Lincoln, Neb., for ninety autos;t Lend your presence and personal in- on his way to Chicago, 111., and spent is given gratis and set apart for such She was a devoted mother and wife and Kentucky, the machine being lined up fluence to a good work. Theso were loaded and shippe several days with his father's family articles as may be used for the upbuild had many friends here who will regret ior mm. The Democrats accepted, however. shipment on January 18. ing and encouragement of church work to learn of her death. Her remains were last week. ,l. t?S Will Farm in Arkansas. in this city and county. We earnestly taken to Cincinnati Monday where the Mr. Hearst was to have been here last un January a tne tioward Automo-- ; Mrs. F. J. Barnes left yesterday for Messrs. Walter Azblll and Robert urge the pastors and members of the interment took place that afternoon, week, but bad to cancel his date on ac- bile company, of San Francisco; ICal.f! Thorpe left last week for St. Francis Richmond, where she will spend sev various denominations to send in week She leaves a husband and three children, count of illness in his family. Gov. wirea in an order for 220 cars, makiui Wilson came and was given such a corValley, 2S miles from Memphis, in Ark- eral days, and from there she will go on ly notices of meetings, or other fifty carloads. This train was made-utchurch Miss Margaret, Carl and Fred Goosman, ansas, where they will locate on the a trip to Louisville before returning news that we may make this depart who in company with Mr. Allen Zaring. dial reception and so much enthusiasm and shipped promptly on Janury 25 for him was shown that even the Wilfarm owned by Dr. H. C. Jasper, of this ureatmtt County News, ment of Toe Climax the most enjoy escorted tne remains to their final rest son men were surprised. Tho New promised. city. These gentlemen are making preMrs. James Smith, of Richmond, will able of its many features. On January 23 tho Pence 'AntnmnrTff? Whenever ing place. Jersey governor made two speeches parations for a large acreage of cotton arrive next week to be the guest of her possibleihave all communications reach hero and each was a literary master in addiUon to general farming. Mr. daughter, Mrs. Julian Van Winkle, and this office not later than Monday after Mini&as for Defease: Nat Owe piece. The politician writer for the an order for 500 No. 47 Buick autos to Azbill's family will remain in Rich- Mr. Van Winkle at the Gait House Ceat far Trlbate. noon. However, notices may be inserted Newark News, who has spent a great be shipped as fast as possible. , These: mond for the present. Louisville Courier Journal. as late as Tuesday morning. The American Woolen Mills com deal of timejwlth Gov. Wilson during wore arranged m four train loads. The pany, the woolen trust, spent hundreds his campaign and since he has been first, containing thirty-si- x carloadsfor! Basket Ball. of thousands of dollars in magazine ad governor, said at tho Wilson "dollar" 103 automobiles, went forward Janua'ryj banquet, The Girls' Basket Ball team of Cald vertislng, the purpose of which was to governor that the two speeches the .io. The next, a tram of fifty carloads' hadmade In Frankfort were educate" the people into seeing the Boy well High school Jwent to Corbin, A best speeches he had ever heard or loO automobiles, left the factory justice of Schedule "K," and the way it the governor Saturday, where they played the tho make, "and I have beard January 29. The next or third 'tr'alnfofj High school of that city. Corbin won was making sheep raisers rich by pay him make, more than 200 speeches, not equal size was shipped February3"jana Is always the envy of his'ifcompanions by a score af 10 to 7 in an exciting ing a big price for wool, and the way it only In his homo state, but in other the fourth train, made up of .133jautc8 was selling good cloth to the American Hates," be said. mobiles, was shipped in If you want to make your boy really game. people for less than they really ought to The Harmon men are planning a happy give him a watch that will keep pay. smoker instead of a dinner and are Piano Recital. This record has never been 'cqualod realtime, lou can get one here for MIts Honor Halsey, pianlste. will give And then, when the workers in the going: to have It free bo that everybody or even approached by any other. Jnamij very little money or for as much as you a recital under the auspices of the Y. mills objected to a cut in the $0 a week who wants to do so can attend. This facturer of automobiles In tbe"rworld means there will be a large crowd. and will probably stand as n care to pay. We guarantee all watches W. 0. A. at the Normal ch,apel, Friday, wages they were getting, the woolen The governor Is rccordffor known In Frankfort company employed an army of guards we handle, and the guarantee of this February 23, at 7:30 p. m. A treat is in where he has visited before and be ic a long time. In addition to these3hip3 for all UvH of music. Don't fail to protect its mills. When the State a good mixer, well liked. All jewelry store means something the mem-- menu of regular business and HneSguS shortened the hours of labor, of eourse to br, bers of tbe legislature, whether Hr-mo-o dreds ot direct carloads to customer? wages had to come down. Of eourse have aleo been taken -care of, See or 0 Jtevks; hHr tfcew at tbe Court that patriotic company wouldn't nav like ntealisten not will attend for taey to to Gov. Harmon talk W.imdiv afUmoon. SScper week to its operators In order and watch the expert way he h'ndlei New G&rrare. R. W. XOXTGOKEKY? Onrnar R as, - WST Bwnrbody k ia-iMkd M luhnksion thai tbv night have shorter ho himself In a crowd. Much emphasis, lUCHMOXD, streets, Rear Opera House, Kiekmaj J charge. too, is being laid on the fact that $6 a week. still &y. ruene oyi. Our Story in a Nut Shell will remain for several months. His health is not good, and he ges in the hope of deriving benefit from a change of climate. Burgin Howard, of Valley View, who has been quite sick, was brought to the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary last week. Mr. Howard is doing nicely, and will soon be sufficiently recovered to return to his home. Married N H. Sanders, of Cottonburg, Madison county, and Miss Hannah Layton were united in marriage at the home of Elder F. M. Tinder, he tying the knot in a very pleasing manner. The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alex Layton, of McCreary, and a sister of Mrs. Dave Sanders, of this city, while the groom is a brother of A. F. Sanders. Lancaster Central Record. Sandees-Laytos - Great Attractions At The Lexington Opera House Next Week. I Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties Etc Neckwear, "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods 5uits Newest Designs 5ilks and Dresses prima-donnaro- le OWEN McKEE PERSONAL EXTRA SESSION The Richmond Climax. TALK IS HEARD SOCIAL j News-Journa- l. - Deaths wHl be free, thte beta a plea to Democratic simplicities. Green Keller of Carlisle knows More about parliamentary tactics than" any other member of the present house, although that Is not saying very much, and he put Into play some of his skill last week to stop debate on the bill creating a fire insurance rate commission, whose duty it shall bo to fix and control rates. Mr. Keller is not in favor of the bill. He thinks, like some others who have changed their minds on this question since the legislature met, that it would be putting too much power In the hands of men who know nothing about Insurance rate making. . A bill has already passed the senate, having gotten through with not a vote against It, before the representatives of the fire Insurance companies had waked up to the danger that existed. But they at once went to work on tho bouse members and have made so much headway that the passage of the bill now Is by no mcnas certain. Tha house bad a bill of its own, and that bill came up in the house laso week. Somebody moved that the session be extended until the bill under discvv slon was disposed of. That went through with a whoop and they then began debating the house bill. Mr Keller, as has been said, opposed tho bill and did not think it would servo any good purpose. The debate lasted for some little while, but at length somebody moved to substitute the senate bill, which has already passed, for the house bill, the measures being almost simillar. The motion to substitute was carried and it looked like the house was then going ahead, at lea3t the house thought it was going ahead, and pass the senate bill. But Mr. Keller called attention to tbe fact that when the senate bill was adopted as a substitute, the house bill no longer was under discussion. The chairman sustained his point of order and the house caught its breath and laughed at the way it had backed itself around into a trap. That ended any further talk about the fire insurance commission bill and now nobody seems to know just where they are at as regards the act. This is the first time during the present session that any member has used his parllraentary knowledge to win a victory, though time was when such a thing happened every day during a session. Mr. Keller was clerk of the house for a long time and he knows the rules, but most of the time he does not care enough to take a hand. Down at the governor's reception the night of his valentine party, there was an immense crowd and the governor, who is the most hospitable man imaginable, was worried all during the evening for fear there would be too many persons present He had been deluged with letters from all over the state from persons who had expressed a desire to attend the valentine party. The report had gotten out that the governor's engagement was to be announced that night and that the next mistress of the mansion would be there to receive with him. This, coupled with the fact that the governor's staff was to be there in full uniform, served to draw a big crowd. There was never any idea of the governor's engagement being, announced; in fact tho governor has no idea of marrying again. The sweet and reverential way In which he talks of his wife shows that he has no thought of another matrimonial venture. The governor refused to allow anybody to g comisserate with him. either, over alone in the mansion with no woman at the head. He says he has an excellent housekeeper, a good cook and a good butler and he gets along without any discomfort or inconvenience. His stenographer, Oscar Boze-ma- n, lives with him, occupying a place of great confidence. The governor is going to have his bands pretty full between now and the middle of June, too, for he will have to appoint about sixty persons to new offices, that is, of course, if all the bills now pending should become laws. Most of the bills which give the governor power to make appointments will be passed. It Is pretty safe to say. Th-- present governor is getting back some of the power that he had when he was governor thirty-si- x years ago ind before the appointive power was taken out of the hands of the chief executive to a large extent Of course. In many Instances, with bills now pending the men who are to occupy the new positions have been selected and it will not be hard for the governor to decide who will be appointed, but he will have some fiftr applications for each and every job that is at his disposal and the letters, and telegrams of indorsement will take up a bunch of his time just to read them all. Most governors would find all this rush of office seeking Irksome, but Gov. McCreary does not seem to care a bit and is willing to put up with it cheerfully. The numerous probes that have been started during the present session have amounted to nothing and so little that was interesting has been brought out that the newsp?pers. have dropped mention of the committees and the investigations have been making as slow progress as the Lorimer case. They went after Dr. J. N. secretary of the state board of health, for Instance, and have, failed to turn up anything that reflects anything but credit on the doctor. The only thing they have accomplished was to make Dr. McCormack very angry once or twice and his friends indignant mat a man or nis age and service to the state should be subjected to bad- gering and pestering by members .qtj me ic&iDiuiuic nan ma age ana naving tne power by position only. y the smoker A $12.50 Couch y Only $10.00 Upholstered in Chase Leather over a construction of oil tempered steel springs, beautiful golden frame. It is impossible in a picture to give you a clear idea of the exceptional values we are offering just now in our entire line of from the mills tell you. to 20 per cent on cash purchases. Let and factories and will save you 10 Its easier to show you than Furniture, Garpets and Stoves to We buy direct BOILING DOWN PRICES us show you ::::::::::: We are headquarters for Sewing needles, Machines and Supplies bobbins, shuttles, belts, etc., for all : : : : machines Opposite Glyndon Hotel W. F HIGGINS Richmond, Kentuckv Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 1 9 12 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, with 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. Phone -Main-s- t 100 Richmond, Keniucky WAiNTED liv-In- ; Irauge and or spare time. $50 day afternoon. Everybody invited. Ad- eaterisir It tbtonh the tur win artletat aboaM uewr W weil f . Every Member se- mission free. tioas from reputable pfcjlcfta. steady monthly inWo so'd several baskets Friday for tber wiU H ten fuM to Uw p ifclj derlre from tktm. Hi not needed. Write 340, 315 ' br F. J. and 350 per hundred. If it is manufacture nrrcwr. CWnej &ta. Covington, Ky. eeetalss bo a4 I aetlse direct! open the Moori a!:.! r good it will sell high, and if it is comfaces of tbe system. In barlrr If mon it will bring all it is worth. Care be sure jea set tbe genu!nRunaway Accident lnternally and made la Toledo oh, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co., Cbeney & Co. Testimonials free. ' Sold by Druggists. Price. 73c On Friday, while driving down the L. & A. Depot. Tats Hill's Family Pills for c -- r: river cliff beyond College Hill, a mule, attached to a spring wagon, driven by Messrs. J. K. Parke and Cliff became frightened and ran away. Mr. Willoughby jumped out, escaping serious injury. Mr. Parke was thrown from the wagon and was severely bruised about the face and entire body, the most serious being the fract-ur- o of his knee. Medical aid was in quickly summoned, and the injured man cared for. Several bone splinters have been removed from the knee, and, it is feared, entire recovery will never take place. The patient is a fleshy man, and to this is attributed the fact that J- other bones of his body were not broken. Mr. Parke was until recently a grocer of this city and has many friends here. Only a few months ago he sold his business in this city and bought a farm near College Hill to which he and his family had just moved. "Romance of the Reaper." a very en- Beware of Ointments for Cstn tertaining moving picture show wiil be That Contain Mercury To Join this Society. Sick, accident, given at the Court House next "Wednes as mercury wlU sarely ilwtroy rh death benefits. And Introduce our eompWtvlj ACTIVE MAN IN EACH LOCALITY j Memberships. All to $300 a month. cured gives you a come. Experience for plans. Box JI-29- - i I w ' - z. y, Taylor&Oidha m Want to show every farmer Madison county the best Chilled Plow on the earth The.Wm, Oliver Improved Chilled Plow Also the best Disc Harrow 'The Dandy' We carry a complete line of Hera is a message of hope and good cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mill, Va., who is the mother of eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of Btomach trouble and constipation by Chamberlain's Tablets after five years of suffering, and now recommends these tablets to tbe public. For sale by all dealers n-lm Builders Hardware. Regal Queen Cast and Model Steel Ranges -- The With Watch forty-eighffca- R iht far F. J. MEAGER Hi nt ud ft W The ANT ISCORPOBATKD. E DT11- - CANARY Atlanta AN ARDENT MOTORIST Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCOJVAREHOUSE CO. 3 TIECLHUX PUNTING Wants to sell your tobacco. "We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. I Big ten thousand miles. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists The three motorists made a trip of twelve hundred miles from Boston to Richmond, Ky Atlanta in October, 1906, being the first to cover this route In a motor r. They went by way of Baltimore and Philadelphia over the mountains, along the Southern railway. On several occasions they were out all nlghat Incorporated in their car, sleeping by the roadside. Mr. Levi says they spent three weeks RICHMOND. KENTUCKY EAST MAIN STREET in a constant rain during this trip, all NEAR L. & N. DEPOT the time running on low gear. Mr. Levi is almost always accompanied by Mrs. Levi, who is also an expert at the wheel of a car, and Dick is always the third member of the party. He Await has become so enamored of motoring You that they are afraid to leave him at Brookes had owned the big farm on home for fear that he will do himself Here bodly injury. Motoring apparently the outskirts of the town for eighty apparently agrees with him, as he is vears and Leo had had two years at is A extremely hardy and Is a great singer. an agricultural school to prepare him Besides his motoring he has made for his work on the farm when his Is comstep three trips to the Pacific coast and re- father should away aside. But now he for good. turn by train. Mr. and Mrs. Levi wanted to go in 'Just because," old Gideon had part with him under no condi would prein tlons, an offer of $250 having been re stormed, "tho manager of a cheap theatrical company gives you a chance fused, it Is said. to starve to death tramping around the country, you think you're cut out KINGDOM OF NEPAL for a matinee idol! A thrashing ma STRANGE chine gives you a chill and a plow At the same time and placo the under A 640 acre Secluded Land at Foot of the Hima produces a nightmare! signed farm doesn't fall into the lap of every joining win sen seven acres 01 land ad layas Where King George Went -the above described boundary. Glotlies- I can tell you! boy of twenty-two- , Hunting. On this seven acres is a now seven-roowant you to marry Ellen Penrose and cottage just built and ready for occup ou id mas 0 a good country resi ancy. The ancient and Interesting little settle down!" Leo had opened his thin lips and dence for anyono that might buy the kingdom at the foot of the Himalayas go entire larm or would go well with one to which the king went for his shoot thrown back his wavy hair. "I'm or two of the divided parcels. All of is nearer to being an independent ter ing on the stage," he said doggedly. this land is fertile and will produce the & ritory than any other of the Indian "Ellen will wait for me." "Then she's a fool," pronounced his very best quality of tobacco. states. Terms made known on day ol sale. fatier. crisply, "with Frank Alexander Telephones 16 and 223 Since the eighteenth century it has only waiting Minnie B. Jackson. for a chance to cut you been ruled by the Gurkhas, who furout. And Ellen is a mighty pretty "Will buy or sellyour house, nish to the Indian army some of tbe girl." most perfect soldiers in the world. have never seen a woman farm town 1o's or anv thing himself when ne told Leo thought For practical purposes the country is Ellen good-by- . so She had sat Tery A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS else in the Real Estate line. with good sense but w had South Bound. almost as closely secluded from Euro- auietly when he had unfolded bis peans as Thibet, to which in many re van No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Any business intrusted to glowing future to her with all the beauty enough to make ner-se- lf spects it is akin. t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE ity of youth. When he ended, flushed him will be promptly and The Teral, where King George was with excitement, be bad not noticed Xo. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De r on. n,itinrMHl to announce BENI highly agreeable. If you Preparatory, State Certifi-Coung carefully attended to. See COURSES cate. Life Diploma, jun MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for &u lately encamped, Is the parts G: 15 a. m. she was very pale. MadlSOr. no.ln4.iiH.nl nt PiiliHe Schools of wish to see faces light up with gle tract bordering on the Indian plain, that I county, subject to the action of the Demo Certificate, Review, Special him if his services arenneed-ed- . There had been in bis voice no note No. 1. Louisvillo to Bcattyville a region extraordinarily rich in wild of regret cratic party. joy and satisfaction just drop at leaving her. Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 animals, including elephants, the cap W.nr.'nuHinri.itfl tn n Tin nil TITO Ym. TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES Almost unconsciously Ellen Penrose No. 37. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of ture of which is a highly organized Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar in among the customers at We represent iron bound I subraised her small, beautiful bead higher Public Schools of MadisonCounty, party- and valuable industry. rives 11:40 a.m. Departs 12:12 a. m I iect to the action of the Democratic EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. and something contracted about her No. re Insurance Companies 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. We are authorized to announce Trot, ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE The maharaja of Nepal, whose death Her life had been so inter Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m member this. Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Super- by the way occurred on December 11 heart. always with his woven that she was .No. 27. Ky. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Address intendent of Public Schools, subject to was a titular sovereign only, the real uichmonu to lxmisville via dazed and hurt. She also was proud. the action of the Democratic party. Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. ruler being the hereditary prime min Secretly Leo was vastly relieved that FOR JAILER ister, who visited England a few Ellen took his departure so quietly, No. 3. Louisvillo to Beattyville TO INSURE YOUR Arrives G:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m in ni.tlinriTpri In announce MORGAN months ago. He has the title of ma with no tears. In his absorption he TAYLOR n candidate for Jallerof Madison haraja, and is entitled to a salute of HOUSE WITH I county, subject to the action of the Demohad said nothing about her waiting for No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan nineteen guns. cratic party. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs him. He took that as a matter of Dealing Low V are authorized to announce Clyde One result of the jealous exclusion course. 7:2o p. m. Ratbchx a candidate for Jailer of Mad- of foreigners, which the Indian gov' She watched him go down the path North Bound ison county, subject to the action of the eminent thoroughly respects, is that Opera House Building Telephone 62 between the lilacs and then she went No. 34. Atlanta to Democratic party. ATcONCE Cincinnati. Arrives very little is known of a great part to her room with something throbbing V are authorized to announce 2? and Departs 4:10 a. m. of Nepal, and that much of the availIt I THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of able information as to social and eco in her brain. good-b- was as though she No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and forever. Dimly Madison county, subject to uie action or nomic conditions Is mere guesswork. had told Leo Maysville. Arrives G:20 a. m. BURNS AND WISH she felt it was so. The hurt and sur the Democratic party. Departs 0:25 a. m. IF SO, LET US ( For close upon a hundred years the YOU HAD to announce W. rulers have been our very good prise that were hers at the first real! No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville We are authorized zatlon that she was second in his FIGURE YOUR Tor Jailer of Madison county, Joe Wagers Arrives 7:15 a. m. Departs 7:20 friends, and the force of eight thou thoughts did not depart. And she subject to the action of the Democratic 1N0. 2. Liouisvuio to uichmonu sand men headed by Jung Bahadur in took up her life. via party. FERBILL Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. the Mutiny was of inestimable service. Sometimes Gideon Brooke, meeting ASSESSOR FOR Westminster Gazette. her, would feel his anger stir afresh at No. 3S. Knosville to Cincinnati. ArWe are authorired to announce GEORGE his silly son. Letters came infrequent rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. a candidate for Assessor oi subject to the action of ly from Leo. As the months went on No. 70. Slanford to Richmond. Arrive INOLAND Oldham Building party. State Will Not Pay Tips. they grew vague. He said not much 3:00 p. m. . r. to announce cjau-Isocampaign started about success, We are authorized The Ky but a great deal about No. 4. Bcattyville J ARM AN a candidate for Assessor oi to Louisville county, subject to the action of the by commercial travelers has enlisted hard work. Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m GREUNLEAF & HERRINGT0N a powerful recruit in W. E. Davis Democratic party No girl as pretty as Ellen is left LUmBBR COMPANY We are authorized to announce RUFUb state auditor of Kansas. Mr. Davis solitary long. Alexander, grav No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar for Assessor oi Frank JENKINS a candidate to Lawyers rives and Departs 4:51 p. m. Madison county subject the action of the has decreed that Kansas state offl er, older than the boy who had held Democratic party. cials, when traveling on the state'i her heart for so long, developed at iNO's 31, 37, 33, 27, Incorporated Office in Douglas & Simmons' new 34. 23, 33. 32 ar FOR COUNTY CLERK business, are not entitled to charge tractions she had never before taken Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e Building on Second Street The Climax is authorized to announce the public treasury for tips paid. Telephone 425 Near & A. Depot time to discover. There was for her daily Except bunuay. opp. Court House ollice cost Kansas just $3,000 in 1911 for R.;B. Terrill as a candidate for the a remarkable sense of rest and com of County Clerk of Madison county, sub- tips distributed by state officials, and fort in his mere presence she could ject to the action of the Democratic Mr. Davis has Issued a set of rules for rely upon him. The day finally came party. the benefit of employes who travel for when she wondered how she ever rp are authorized to announce ivaKuev- for County Clerk fo the state. In which he says: "Tips or could have called her youthful fond House a candidate Attorhbyat-L- a , Madison county subject to the action o gratuities are recognitions of special ness for Leo Brooke by the name of Dr. Whitehall's Democratic parity service, not an actual and necessary love. But that was nearly two years Notice! KENTUCKY. 213HM0ND, expense for the service itself and will after Leo had departed, RHEUMATIC REMEDY Jffice over State Bank & Trust Co., op- his head, full FOR CITY ATTORNEY not be allowed." The controller of of dreams, his self-lov-e uppermost. 4-1- 1-' 226 Second St. For 15 years a Standard Remtdy for losite Conrt House, on Main Street. Wa are authorized to announce MUR the treasury of the United States, on It was one crisp October day that 3 all forma of Rheumatism, lumbago, City At-- the other hand, has ruled that tips are RAY SMITH a candidate for gout, tore muiclea, ttiS or swollen action a necessary incident of travel and are Gideon Brooke, standing in the barn CURES Itorney of Richmond, subject to the Harry M Blanton, :: door and glancing down the road, saw joints. It quickly reiiertj the teyera Democratic party. properly collectible from the public his son turning in at the gate. Some paini; redact! the ferer, and eliminate! Wo are authorized to announce D. M. funds. LimbernecK. Roup, Canker,, DENTIST Cholera. Ganes. the poiion from the system. 50 cents flitting memory of the prodigal son CHENAULT a candidate for City AtWOSlce tn Bennatt Uul.-i- n. a box at dreggitts. CELtPflONE 19 uanly crossed his mind as he stood crushing Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry torney, subject to the action of tho Dem- WrHe fsr a Free Mai Bex l ocratic party. down the Instant leap of his heart. wed Rwe J . 44 for januJ Uidcitd bal Mm ICb-- Bcrmxt. Bu&town. Kr mtc "I Value of History. Dr. Whitehall Mazrlmlne Co. poultry , There was the same old defiant tilt to nWr vadc IlcorwgipMMdlinJbmieckwthoiiJtia. FOR POLICE JUDGE dropped down thebaic a gmpun 188 . Lafayatt St. South Band, Ind. Will Caoa. Bifcow. Kr- - urc "One drop oi Recipe 1 Old wrongs are so hard to root up Leo's head as he camo near, but there D. chickm LOW iIk worm nd rrlico it dick i UUollr. ItU tbe bat preroili.e 1 Utc era med. Daily LouisWe are authorized to announce J. that every man sometimes becomes was bitterness about his mouth and a Crane, Kertrtovrn, Ky. Price 50c at ill Druggists. Mfg. asd Gur&sleed by J. EobU accessor to Hureln A Denny Tlskfis for Police Judee of Richmond. impatient and Indignant and rebelll dogged look in bis eyes. His clothes ville I subject to the action of the Democratic OLD BY, ous, except the man who knows and were threadbare. party. Orer State Banc & Trnst Company long pondered in the very slow "I've come back," the younger man TELEPHONE JS6 We aro authorized to announce W. L. has society to every said, and his voice was oddly clear in Are the largest ord Tnds for Police Judee of Richmond, ascent of human subject to the action of the Democratic hlsher level that It has reached. His the frosty air. "You were right I er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. torical knowledge Is got only by con' was wrong. I've been a failure. I've party. siderable labor. Any good man who starved and shammered long enough. lambs, and calves at the Cin The Climax is authorized to announce loves his fellows, when he locks out At first I vowed that I wouldn't come I RnnArintendent John Noland as a can sees it as it Is back, but if youll let me I'll go to cinnati Union Stock Yards. didate for the office of Police Judgo of over the world and Is pretty certain at times to accept work. Behind the plow, anything. It'i Consign your stock to them the City of Richmond, subject to the ac 6ome revolutionary plan unless he what I know best. I've wasted two tion ol tne Democratic party. and receive the highest market have a pretty good historical perspec years. Do you want me?" Gideon Brooke's volco was husky. prices. tive. World's "Work. Cattle Eat Tobacco. "Want you?" he repeated. "This is your home, boy. I I guess mebbe belonging to Several head of cattle Proverb Amplified. you've got more sense than you had Squire John Trimble got into his tobacco ready-mad- e "The pen," said the two years ago. Mebbe It was all for large quantity of nhilosooher. "is mightier than the your good. Well forget it. It's just barn recently and ate a the weed. As a result three of them sword." about time to water the horses." "So it Is," replied the Chicago beef died and several others are in a very Or W .H a You "Where were all the neighbors godangerous condition Mt. Sterling Ad baron: "especially if you have refer ence to a cattle pen." ing as I came out from town?" Leo vocato. you? is asked a little later. Already his eyes I. R. Pennington How about an average of $10 lor the Must Not Change Mind. looked clearer, his face less bitter. is Officers. It whole week? That's ours for last week. "You'd have thought it was a convenDentist, Gov. Woodrow Wilson was speaking tion." Madison Tobacco Wabkhousb Co., taxDavers Office next door to Government build I at a dinner in Trenton. "A statesman, & A. Depot. L. Gideon Brooke leaned over and t said he. according to the picked up a straw. "Going to the Fen-ros- e ng Richmond, Ky. place," he said, shortly. "It'B State Museum Proposed. creed, must never cbango his mind. all will sentiment changed mind may indicate a splendid Ellen's wedding day she marries There is considerable Frank Alexander!" He slapped the among the members of tho Legislature mental development, but tho Daid him. It is to convert the old Statehouse into a ioned are suro to call it inconsistency, bay horse smartly on Its, flank. "Get DENTIST . strictlv State museum and a bill providing for and they are suro to come back at tho over! "'he ordered. He had once been very fond of tbe idea of Ellen as his Paint- - Lick, such use of the historic old structure is inconsistent statesman as tellingly as daughter-in-law- . to-da- y Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a now pending in the General Assembly, the old parishioner came back at his The oats spilled over from the measSpecialty. although It Is quite doubtful if anything pastor. ure Leo Brooke was filling. Instead of all Office in Bank Building. will come of it at this session on ac "A certain young pastor announced the bam wall his eyes were seeing is of the financial straits of the Old nervously one morning, 'I will take for Ellen Penrose's face as it was that count Commonwealth. The old Statehouse is my text the words, "And they fed five day two yean ago, when he had told BL5T? Is Which considered by critics to bo one of the dpodIo with five thousand loaves of her good-by-. "A a fellow's got to pay In this Dentist best proportioned specimens of its style bread and two thousand fishes." ' If is extant and. the stone the old parish world, hasn't he?" he said at last a lot architecture "At this misquotation Telephone 2C7 harshly. "And now, what work I for him. Jf spiral staircase leading from the rotunda loner, from his seat in the amen corner, little is V do I start on in the morning 1" Office in Oldham Buildine as a marvel. The old pile said audibly. 'That's no miracle I is regarded GRLLINLLAr. will I around which clusters so much ol could do it myself.' From a. Burning Hauaa. To Esa historic interest would make an ideal "The young preacher said nothing at If you are ever unfortunate eaeugB. Specialist place for tho location of a Stale mu the time, but the next Sunday he an to be in a house on Are, apply a wet ; yon This time cloth to the mouth and nostril seura. nounced the same text. In Diseases ofcEYE. EAU, NOSE v got it right, 'And they fed five thousand can get through the dense smoke ahdTHROAT Making ArWScal Sponges. easily. If possible, cover the whole Oldham Bklg. Richmond, Ky people on fivo loaves of bread and two bead and face. An artificial SDOMre. the outcome of fishes.' say-X- Hey OArraaa ineenultv. is now to be had. "He waited a moment, and then, Boost For Virgil 5mith. process of making It eeMists pria leaning over tho pulpit and looking at The Virgil P. Smith, eipallr in tbe action of xkte chloride on ike amen corner, he said, 'And eould The intimation that "We have enlarged our warehouse and can hanof Somerset, might be found among pas you do' that too, Mr. Smith!" Thia rawHs Tn pure cellulose. Services Reasonable. dle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin- "Of course, 1 could, Mr. Smith re- those prominently considered. for mem try, viscous mass, whiefe k mixed, with vi PHONE. 83, o 481. Sfnr an coaraalv mined rock salt. Placed Sn a plied. bers of the Court of Appeals, Is' meeting We buy Hides prices. ber we pay tke " 'And how would, you do it?" said a eordial reception by the press and prats mM armed with pia a mas i of etals and scrap iron. it Rubber and all tMffa 4rod through awl a awtltiMMia untiltiny the preacher.' Smith is ot " 'Why, with what was left over fiwa ejcji el the State.te altMr.the h heat aypaaw traversed by Bring what yow kav in if HAVE FOR SALE THE eourae,' aafcl Mr.&aJil." eatamMyttalified. apoaf. last Sunday, of I eac!s,Hk the porai of -of tke Cemateaweakk. J li ii slsi t ri1? n P- -, XM Water Tanks. etCJUM MkY KMW Tbe artifatel apooffa Milk up wit 'lUQUIOND'S GREATEST STORED 5URVBYOQ Hm aMttty a a lawyer U widely knewa, wiar, lxK.aaraatu oaaryia, jsat, Ilka epairs for all Jonas of Marhlncry. The Had Bosses. and Bis judicial saiod w of that sure and W proton, nd h can bf awpfcyad of tho iaa patrowitaeiWirg aer- ba the real uoawarinf onaraeter which reeomaaeatle eetteafft a oompeteat man. Addreta, "Whaa will are aaaaMy aa- for all the parpeaM that tioeaof boaaert" shrieks a ' newspaper haadlina. him as safe and sound. Somerset sigaed to the gaauina articJe.-Asiant- inc RICHMOND KENTUCKY. Joarnai. As soon as they marry, is our answer. riur l ib VI IU! a nc: M PHONE 251. tdih sTsni&II Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Compapy, Quality Groceries dollar saved a dollar earned. Lam our dollars and be happy. There a buying the best fortable sense of Safety quantity or quality we are Your needs to supply pared :::::::: FOR we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Sewell McKinney Normal J. State FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deatherage as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce I John P. Baldwin as a candidate for I Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. Wo nn mitlinrlzed to announce X. B I lnXKS n cnntilrtnte for Sheriff of Madison I county, subject to tne action 01 me xjcuio- cratic pony. I W. nr. mithnriKfKl to announce II. H I Cni.VKJ? n rnniHrtntp for Sheriff of MadiI son county, subject to the action of the I .Democratic party. Wiinm Virfhv niitlinrizMl to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheitff of Madison County, subject to .tne acuon of the Democratic party. We are authorized to anuounco Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce H. C. Rice as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action ol tne Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judffe IV. .It. Shackelford as a candi u ino omco oi dalo for Countv Judee of Madison county, sub- iect.to the taction of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce S. A D Jones as a candidate for County At torney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W nr nuHinrized to announce R. II. pbookR n innriidate for Conntv Attorney subject tn tue action 01 tne uciuutiuut pnrty. We are authorized to announce O. to Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney ol Jladi' son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. wo are autnonzeu to announce for Thomas H. Collins as a candidate sub-ieCounty Attorney of Madison coanty, to the action of the Democratic party. I ct are hundreds of women this vicinity, weak, thin, tired out and nervous. Such women (iBeerpeffeted.) Many dogs and cats regularly re seed Vlnol just as much as did Mrs. ceive their airings in motor cars and Jane Pepper, of 2307 Howard street, A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. have shown distinct preference for San Francisco, Cal., who says: "I have used Vlnol for some time these rides, but a canary bird Is the W. G. White latest addition to the ranks of motor- with particularly gratifying results. I Kimbtr ( was run down, weak and debilitated. ists. ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY PRESS Diet Levi of Atlanta, Ga., is the par and my appetite was gone. After tak ticular canary that has the distinc- ing several bottles of Vlnol I found tion of being the first In this field and my condition greatly Improved, and LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT he Is said to have traveled over twen flo not hesitate to recommend Vlnol similarly affected)' YEAR ty thousand miles in a motor car. J. to anyone PER FBICE $1.00 Vinol is not a secret nostrum, but E. Levi of Atlanta tells an interesting IN ADVANCE story of Dick. Dick's first ride In an delicious cod liver and iron tonic automobile was in a Premier 24, without oil, which will create an ap WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21 - - - 1912 bought by Mr. Levi in Philadelphia petite, tone up the digestive organs, in 1906. Dick was one year old at make pure blood and create strength. Try a bottle of Vinol with the un that time, and with Mr. and Mrs. Levi ABBOBRcemeas his mileage around Philadelphia, in- derstanding that your money will be cluding several trips to Boston, was returned If It does not help you. CO run-dow- lra" That Hm Man Hae a Travelea" Merc Than M,M Ml lee In Autmacil. May Be Made Strong at Small Cofflnissioner's Sale! : Tie Expense and No Risk Gkstrt, la Heslt K vs. Lillie : Plaintiff Forecast At Sec'y-Trea- s, M. Cotto;?, &c Defendants Under and by virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale rendered at the Feb ruary Term of the Madison Circuit! Court in the above styled action, the) undersigned Master Commissioner of. I said court, will on Saturday, March 9, 1912 at 11 o'clock A. M. soli at public auction to the highest and best bidder, the following described tract of land, viz: Beginning at a stake on a on the premises The Royal Until Further Notice Prices Named on All Winter Weight Goods Overcoats at Price. 5uits, Heaw Pants. Heaw Underwear, Sweater Coats, Warm Lined Gloves, Heavy Caps, Flannel 5hirts, Boots and Shoes, High Top Lace Boots all go at One-Ha- lf Learning and Paying branch corner to Cal. Sowers, thence new line 10 xmo. i, ou'j, ti. i.yiko chains to a double locust on a ridge, thence b. 74 W. U chains to a stake on another ridge, thence S. 5lVt, E 7.5 chains to a locust S. 59, E. 4.5 to a locust, thence N. 32, E 5.57 chains to a stake, thence down a ridge S. 737 E. 19 chains to a stake near a water gap and drain thence up said drain S. 42. W. .50 chains. S. 29'i W. 4 chains. S. Z&h w. 10 cnains, s. e. 0 chains to west side of pike, S. 55, W. 8.9 chains, a. bo, w. 7.s chains to a large beech on south side of said pike corner to Sanders- & bchooler, and to lot 2io. 1, thence line . C.schains to a stake to aoA, 2. 0'- -, in drain down same V 87, E. 4 chains. . 70. K. a.4 chains, .N. 71i chains, E. 2.9 chains to a stake in drain N. 54, W. 15. i chains to a stake at the head of drain thence down said drain N. Gl, W. 11.10 chains to an elm. thence N. 55. W. 7 chains, N. 52, W. 0.7 chains to a stake in branch and in lino to whole tract, thence line to samo down said branch N. 10, E. 5.2 chains, N. 34Vi, E. 7 chains, N. 11, E. 5 chains to the place of beginning, containing 100 acres. bait land will be sold in three parcels and then as a wholo and the bid or bids producing the most money will be ac cepted and an accurate description will be given on tho day of sale of said three parcels. Tbltua: baid land win be sold on a credit of six and twelve months' time. xne purchaser being requirea to ex ecute sale bonds bearing six per cent in terest from day of sale until paid with approved security and lien retained on the property sold to secure tho payment of the purchase money. H. O. MCE, M. C. M. C. DEEP CUT PRICES. See Our Bargain Counter for Short Lots. Our New Spring Suits Are Arriving Daily a J IS m Home of Good STANIFER Betsy's Pointers "I Riclimond Ky H. C. JAMES L. & N Time Table Mid-nigh- ty low-lyin- Lackey & Todd Prices and 5quare Going to Build? D R Freeman The Home of Lumber L I I I y a-- J. T. Real Estate Agent Richmond, Corsets, Suits, MO I H antl-tlppln- g n Coats. I R Poultry Raisers RHEUMATISM - NsI MR, I 1 Mrs. J. A. MOORES Ky. Richmond iLvzzr le 4-- 4-- R, Emmett Million STOCKTON & SON, G C Sale & all-around Co, DENTIST Courier The Climax aud Journal $4 Democrats W. S. Norris. Base - Ball want Good County Government, don't The only way to get it to elect Good vour duty to yourselves as to know positively which one of he candidates for the nomination tor ounty give the best service tor the Attorney a business proposition monev not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who honest and energetic THE Candidate's Record that of any other better than mine vote best vote tor me ana mine J. J. appreciate it I may be here this summer and it may not. but our big store is sure to be and we will win the pennant for you old-fas- h' H. J. PATRICK Just now we are invoicing and Kentucky short lengths are being marked arid laid aside for your treat just any it's the best time you drop in. Come day of we will make it so Dr. Robt C Boggs Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! go at Half. . Dr, 'M. Dunn Our SH OE SALE is on and pair after pair are going at half in our Half Price Shoe Sale.' Remember wc -- Prices For Hides hight kid Um. JESSE COBB, i General Auctioneering. W. D. OLDHAM & MPANY Rrf aajrl T CHMOND M. WIDESKJSNluwr Pboa363 a AaMrieaJk c. tiful white goods reduced to redicul-ou- s prices. Don't overlook them ELDER'S GREAT Mm'i Mi fails An extra value. Sale Price 9c ONLY Starts Saturday, Feb. 24 Closes Monday, IVlarch 4tlr ng 10 DAYS ONLY no longer to buy everything in Goods for spring and summer use. We have broken all value-givirecords in this, our great sale WAIT SUITINGS "White with Black Stripe 30c quality White Sale Price 2c quality 5c quality.. " " " " " " 14c 24c 4Sc Ladies' New White Woolen Goods Whit Serjre $1 quality Sale Prico 70c " Marqueselte 75c quality " 5Gc " " Albatross 05c quality 44c " Serge with pin stripe, SI R & G Corsets Wo arc showing all the new spring styles 81 Corsots now S9c S1.50 Corsots now $1.2-- Shirt- - and Shirt Waists " Srjee with pin stripe, 81.25 quality quality "m 79c 9Sc " American Beauty Corsets 31.00 stylos 81.50 stylos Absolutely Guaranteed now S9c ...-.no- BeautituI delightfully becoming and absolutely new spring models made in exquisite styles and of superior quality. White Sale Price Ladies' Underwear Muslin Pants Muslin Pan la Muslin Pasts Corset Osvors Corset Covers White Sale Price 81.24 . " 22c 44c 80c 0c iQC No. McCili Patterns t No. 4431 Price, IS cents each LADIES' DRESS Skirt Lace Curtains Lace Curtains, 2 yards O long; new patterns Jfottingham Lace Curtains 3 2 yards long; "full width; wo have just received this lot. Keg. QO S1.50 quality now 'OC 2 Itenfltelll-Rttitt- g White Wash Goods Poplins Percales Linens 12 Corst Covers 30c 44 to 80s OC Muslin Underskirts.. KtC.ll Prffenc No. 44W-C- to 22c 9 and 11c 22 to 4Sc "Pleads Guihy" "Give the devil his due" Bad shoes are not always to blame for bad feet. Not all the corns and bunions, tired and aching feet, "drawn" soles and in growing nails are caused by bad shoes. The 1 wt Pricey Ka. 441-H- art LAW6S' IS ccet mk CAT SWT Ribbons, Satin, Taffeta, In all widths Messalirie White Sale Price 2 to 20c Curtain Nets Table Linens This is an offering of the season's newest and most desirable White Goods at Surprisingly Reduced Prices t t 25c quality 50c quality 05c quality 75c quality S5c quality $1 quality 1.25 quality Sale Prico " " " " " " " " " " ' " 19c 44c 48c 5Sc G9c In our Whito Goods Salo we will inlude curtain goods of all colors ivo havo a beautiful assortment of whito, tan, green and ecru. Regular 25c quali- - f J f y -- ZC ty now Other curt tin goods 4'i to 12Vsc plead guilty to much foot murder. stocking must 74c 9Sc The wonderful popularity enjoyed by Flaxen Fabrics in the past is a splendid index to the fabrics that will faehioa favorites for the summer of 1912 Fteia White PIbmm, regaler LSc Another F J axon Summer quality White Sale Prico Bleached Cottons and Sheetings i " 44 " " WitMta McqmiVHy While Dotted and - " We elfcy Oheeked Flaxen 90c quaMty 25e quality " 85c quality aSMMty ' ' J 12Vc J4c lOe 24c 14c 19c 24c 7Vio Hope Cotton Other Blh'd Cotton.. 7, C'i, 5c Unbleached ....11, S'is, Vt, 5c 9 Indian Head 12' and 14c Indian Head 9c Bleached Drilling 9c Unbleached Drilling 22c Popporell Sheeting 24c JoiPopporell Sheeting M Unbleached Sheeting... 22c Sheets 44c CCc A stocking too tight in the foot may choke the circulation, bind tha toes together and bend them under. A stocking too tnlck in the foot may cause tne shoe to feel too small A stocking too thla may bring yon a blister from shoes that would not rub if the stocking were fitted right. A darned stocking makes a corn, a seamed stocking irritates the sole of the foot. Abore all, if the dye in the stocking is poisonous, or not fast color, all feet troubles are made worse One reason why we call our stockings Extra valuo Sheets . Extra valuo Sheets Bedspreads $1 quality Bedsproads8L25 quality Bedspreads 81.50 quality Bedspreads $2.50 quality Bedspreads 83.00 quality 74c OSo mm r Fn55tdeftJio&e. s 81.21 81.9S 82.24 i is their wonderful comfort, due to their being knitted uu Lutames mat respect tne snape of tne uumaa loot tne toe and heel especially BtTTf are Knitted witn extreme care for correct shape not too tight nor too loose just "cosey and comfy." Made in several wxte&o. yoa eia ii iim to jtmt fanrit tfcoc A !ortid7e. Itliaotordrroraind bnt "tTttludnx. ji 611 feec TowoIk Meeewlity Towels White Sale Price 5C 7'Zsc Window Shades ISeqmlity 3Mc " ii Mai 12c 15o 3 quality 25c quality 4. " 22c feet wide and 0 feet long, with fixtures complete; white 1 Q only; regular25; values Lace Collar 9 Jabots ... ....9 Novelties for spring and summer .9 Linon Collars 9 Neckwear toC9c to 22c to 41c to 19c Carpets, Linoleums, Mattings, Druggets, Oil Cloths, Etc, at Reduced Prices Special Inducement on McCall Magazine For the first 1 00 ladies who will buy a McCall 1 5c Pattern and for 20 cents additional we will give one year's subscription to McCall's Magazine during this sale only spring patterns in Hamburg Edging from 2 to 45 inches wide .5 to COc per yard Hamburg Insertion, any"width..-.- S to 29c yard Embroidered Yoking .29 to 4Sc por yard 1000 different patterns In Laces of all kinds. 5c per dozen ards and up White Sale Price r Newest Lace and Hamburg 7 l-- India Linon 10c 12 17c 25c 29c l-- Handkerchiefs now 5o now 7 c now Do now 12 now 19c ....now 22c l-- quality quality quality quality quality quality ... "f; r 5c quality i 10c quality 15c quality 25c quality Men's white Hoso Hen's Korohiofs Men's Shirts now 2 now 8c l-- We offer the following winter goods at and below the actuaf cost of production CAN YOU MATCH IT LADIES' ...now 12o ...now 22 9 and 14c 4, 0 and 14c 44 and 89o MEN S Slts Overcoats Underwear Shoes' Overshoes Boots ALSO Comforts Blankets Flannels Outing Scarfs. v Suits Skirts Shoes Outing Gowns and Underskirts Cloaks Underwear Furs The White Sale Starts Saturday, Pebuary 24, and Closes Monday, Mar. 4 'IV' kkCJUJL fATTtMM 4475, Wt IS Cents Trice KcCAU. PATTERNS . rVr sik , "WEST MAIN STREET V. v. WWWWWg H WWWWmr H H t 7 - " J t When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings - M at one-tim- e You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every Su its and Overcoats We have made our last and lowest cut, and it These are positively our last and lowest prices: spring! Try It v A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Have Reached Bottom And Can Go No Lower NJ -- is to your interest to buy now while assortments are still large, and much of the winter yet before us. BENNETT and H1GGIIIS UNDER. A KING i tenant house on the farm of Mr. Dick Igo was destroyed by fire Sunday night. It is not known how the con I flagration originated. The building ! was soon reduced to ashes and was a IIr?iIieH IlrmK lrrparrl for the J I total loss. Hurried Itrader. A $1fi50 $1950 $1050 NJvtt - NJ VJA Nt H NN NJ SQ 50 VmV B NflP Genuine bargain for the man who ble clothing at wants entceI small prices. These were good values at $12.50 to $14.00, choice now $9.50 50 $-7NJNJ NB NJNJ Our finest Suits and Overcoat- sthe finest clothing; sold in Richmond. This season's newest styles, in sizes to fit all men. Former prices $22.50 and $25.00, choice now for $16 50 Finc Suits. and Overcoats, fault. Icss m ht and sty,c' the famoUS Ken" ton brand' tanaY soId for $18-0and $20.00, now $13.50 0 n ' for $15.00, and and $17.00, Splendid fabricsand good tailoring, and a wide variety to select fA JlJ" fn Our ten dollar Suits and coats are noted as one-four- th fromchoice for $10.50 the price. We slice off price and give you choice for $7.50 .t.rt. Over- - LOCAL AND OTHERWISE, s House Destroyed by Fire. Last and Lowest Cut on The finest shoes made for men. styles in winter weights All the newest 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 No beJter shoes made for the price. winter styles cut as follows: Hanan Shoes Speedwell Shoes $6 for 4.95; 5.50 for 4.45 ' r Shoes I.. king Mis. W. K. Wheeler, Golden Globe, a mare, S4. U raised reek Aw. and trained by Charley Dunn, of rj j our doctor mm Perry's htbol this county, sold in Lexington last week - t .T&cripiieM ho will be snttstled. for $2,100. Mr. Dunn lias two full of Golden Globe, one a yearling and - r . '.i in Uks ms&i&mm yon use. fully tnaat Vmcrr's prescription the other a s Handsome Price for Mare. Pae All winter weights, the new high toes, high heels and arches in all the fine leathers, now Beacon Shoes All $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 sis-lo- i Appointed Delegate. in. re days re " weather. lluk and start is to Mayor Samuel Rice has been appoint with various assert ed by Governor McOreary a delegate to we will 10-1- 3. Drainage Congress, which meets in Now Mayor Rico apOb. )ave received Orleans April Uroaddas Sec preciates the appointment and will ent.f seed oats, WR, etc. deavor to attend this meeting. re buyiag. e Last and Lowest Cut on Boys' Shoes, Heavy Underwear, Flannel Shirts, Odd Trousers, Heavy Work Coats, Etc., Etc. Terms Cash To All achelor wil stay out till 2 watiU fen, bot he rat$3s the ng to saeak apotelrs with bis -- New Story. The Climax will start in these colums at a early date a new serial story, titled," The Prodigal Judge" en- r. Thm T t.sDAT '.,..ne9. : e tiae any itbms of istbbbst. at 2 o'ouxjc Cumax goes to press r. jr., and tf II a white been ectip&ed ay any fermor goods sale in this issue of Tub Climax, tf. which will prove interesting to me reau- easy action of Ut bowels, ers of this paper. You will make a great .lose of Dean's Rogalets is mistake if you fail to take advantage of Treatmoat earns kaMtual oon-J3- c this opportunity to secure such goods as a kK. Ask yoar dru;- - are offered in this sale. Read advertise ment elsewhere. liem. Mr. E. V. Elder is advertising i our mind now Utat you are for X. B. Terrill for re-is record me a paMfo servant which has been pronounced by the critics to be one of the most interesting stories ever writton. You will miss a great treat if you fail to read this story. much-talked-off COVING! Fine Average. Mat Shearer sold Monday his crop of tobacco, composing 4,955 pounds, at an average of 819.83. This is a fine aver age and one that is not likely to bo ex ceeded by many tobacco raisers in this or adjoining counties. The abovo crop brought $932.40. and BANKS Fingers Crushed. y, White Goods Sale. Mr. Breck Wins Another Prize.1 I Two New Cars. nbutors and oarrotfiondnnte ivc remember le white on oke i Eastern vs. Flemingsburg. The Normal School boys won 'OF I HE FAFBS eXMT, ;. uoth - . ' tf sUoe of the paper. .e tbe 8kte raoard in prices Yoa toaaooo friends helped and we eertaialy thank yo WAMWO06E Oo., L. & A. Depot. it OaHSOS cisive victorv over Flemingsburg High isaor to "apeak ant" wiiea Sohool Saturday night by a score of 35 S a de 71111. - N ToitAOOO to attend the beantifuT re of the Reaper." iciure saaw at theOeart House 7. '.nesday afternoon. It is free r. ' oc very ploneaat entertainment. all to .",..dy is iavftad -- Tobacco Record Broken ht best arioes for the year were at Uw Maaiean Tobacoo Wa Om basket of SI. 10 per hundred 116,000 pounds was A total s tbe day and averaged $12.51 .'.!. bringing a total of S1G.S18. ; c identir the highest average tlie State lor the present PNeral bnekels of the orop '.'A. Lafton. of Oarrard county. .?-- ' per hundred pounds at the - . Tobaooe "Warehouse in this MOBLRLLY ITEMS. . ay The ontirc arop of 4,000 Saturday Miss Sallie Gray visited here u raged $178. At the Madi Sunday. ire. Warohonsc several baskets and of Beattyville, is hundred. Fanners of Mr. C. T. Hughes, this week. i a ad adjoining oonnties are ,.Hn.r friends here Concord ased with the prises received Sister Rurke preached at zco and many eraps will be put .....- - n,i Sunday nichts to a large same rket in this aity that formerly nudience. She will preach at the next Saturday and Sunday. place 'er counties. e-- f . scoring line, getting four field goals. Grant at center never failed to get the jump and Akers and Reid shone in pass work. Welch's man did not get a single goal, the half, ending with a score of U in tne second to 8 in favor of Eastern, half. FIominEsburc took a brace and played hardor but scored only two field goals. Broaddus did not allow his man a single one. Spears Turley led in the scoring, celling five baskets. Simmons and Hamm were a little off form getting me three and two respectively. Vimln!rsbunr boys played a good hard game but were simply outclassed. Their record so far is good, having won uve high school games and one from Lane The final Seminary, at Cincinnati. Officials. Referee was S3 to 13. score and Umpire alternating were Coach Wilson and Coach Caywood, ot r to 13. The game was fast and furious, An appeal for votes for women was but the Easterners were faster and showed belter team work which gave made Friday to tho Senato Woman Suf them a decided advantage, in tne nrst frage Committee by Mrs. James Bennett half little Eddie Cobb starred in tne of this city. Chairman of the Congressional Committee of the Equal fahe Rights Association of Kentucky, urged a constitutional amendment. Mrs. Bennett Appeals For Votes For Women. Frank Baxter, aged 22 years, of this city, who is a brakeman on tne u.ccjx. ed- Railroad, sulfered a broken hand nesday morning by a cog slipping after the brakes hud been applied. The in . r. jured man is a nephew of iMr. Baxter, of this city, and has many friends who will regret to learn of his accident. r U GET WHAT... U AND U want WANT U get & CO. 11. WHAT... mimic and greatest patriotic picture over made, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic " For Saturday matinee and night we will have the Vitagraph, great master A Talo of Two Cities a magpiece nificent production of Dickens' great novel in three parts. No advance in prices thoy are the same all the time 10c. These will be the best of the season. Don't miss seeing them, as tho management has made special induce Another Eagle Killed. ments to secure these great pictures. Mr. W. A. Baxter brought to tbe Como early and get a good seat and enClimax office Monday a bald eagle, joy them. which was killed by Jake Bakter Sun day morning on the Sam Todd farm. Mrs. Wood's Stomach To Be near Brookstown, this county. Ihe Analysed. bird measured seven feet Irom tip to tip and weighed nine pounds. This The Lexington Herald says; "At last s the second eagle of this species to be the contents of tho stomach of Mrs. montn. killed in Madison during the Madie Lee Wood, who died last Suaday, Tho bird was taken to Mcssers. Marshall supposedly from gas asphyxiation, at her to be mounted. & Jasper, taxidermists, home 228 Kentucky avenue, are to unUnable to Miss Bennett Invites Presi dergo chemical analysis would under find a local chemist who dent to Address Woman's take the analysis, Mr. Stanley Milward, member of the firm of AY. R. Milward Council. & Son, undertakers, in whose charge the President Taft has been invited by analysis was left, yesterday took the Miss Belle Bennett, of this city, to ad stomach to Winchester, tujninjr it over thn annual meetine of the "Wo to Dr. J. H. Martin of that place, for man's Missionary Council of tho M. E. analysis. Dr. Martin, whb is a member April 10-- , on Church, South,to bo held in Martin Drug Company of international peace. Miss of the Chester, acreed to make the chemical council. Bennett is president of the analysis of tho contents of the stomach, President Taft has not yet. considered and said he probably would completo be about one the invitation. There will the unkcrtakimr within a' week or ten hundred women at the council meeting, days." H Southern rpriresnntinsr about a million 1 rank Baxter Breaks Hand. Mr. B. U. Luxon and Judge AY. R. Bud Burgess at the Madison Tobacco Mr. D. H. Breck has been awarded auto- -' Wnrehouse met with an accident flatur-dathird prize by the Ohio and Indiana Shackelford have purchased now bought a having one hUnd badly mashed, Live Stock Insurance Co. as a reward mobiles, the former having for having written more insurance for the Cartercar, whilo Judge Shackelford will requiring two fingers to bo amputated. 'i . i. Judge Shackol-for- d a Flanders 20. auovu cumiKiuy .i "1D Mnn.. mauj enjoy mail has received his machine and is In Memoriam-Mr- s. W. representatives with tho exception of he two. This is a splendid record, and now awaiting spring weather when Mackey. considering that Mr. Breck has won will enjoy spinning over the pikes of Richmond, Ky., Feb. 13, 1912. year, Madison and adjoining counties. Mr. three other prizes in less than a of places him in an enviable position as an Luxon will receive his car first March. Editor Climax: 1 know you will be glad to givo space insurance man. Mr. Brought Home. a brief description of tho funeral Mr. Robert Park, son of Judge VT. W. obsequies of one of the best known and House. Washington's birthday, February 22, Park, who lost his arm by an accident most highly respected members of tho weeks colored race in our State, Mrs. Joseph matinee and Hicks and Hicks, tho boy on a train at Chattanooga several go, mention of which was mado in Mackey, who passed away Friday with tho marvelous lean and petite to 9th, from tho friends that had long singing and dancing, and the TnE Climax, has so far recovered as great Martynne, the world's greatest be ablo to bo brought to his home in this known and rospectcd her presenco His mother who wont to his among them. ventriloquist, and the county. if We Can Fill Any Doctors' Prescription Joseph That is a big broad assertion and one that would be unusual for a great many drug stores to stake but then this is an unusual drug store. We can take care of yonr prescription in a particular manner because we have a laboratory that Is thoroughly equipped with the latest, newest and best discoveries in medicines and drugs. When your doctor orders some unusual or rare drug for your particular case come straight te and if tt is to bo had at all you will find it here. Our name on your prescription bottle is a guarantee of purity, potency and full strength oosteals. Park t store Opera sou-brett- e, PERRY'S DRUG STORE, like a tropical scene, so many and beau tiful the floral tributes that hid tho gravo from view. And as we turned away, we said, another good citizen gone! who will tafto her piacei That was tho central thought in my mind during tho impressive ceremony at tho house. "Who shall tako the places of these good old colored citizens that are passing to thoir homes be Such in life are a blessing to yond?" our community, a bulwark of peace, of law, sobriety, decency, upward living These are they who and hope boyond! try to imbue their race with and moral courace, to be industrious. And in all such honest, strivings they deserve to meet with from intelligent hearty white people, who are trying to place both races upon.the ascending steps of a good citizenship. Those who would utter perverse things against tho uplift of tho colored race, live upon tho fierce and heated bosom of prejudice where the cold stream of reason falls too frequently to steam and hissing, and men who have convictions of right and wrong, definite though unpopular, may thank God for the clear and unbiased minds of all men seeking knowledge, truth and justice, whether they bo black or white! How dangerous is the opposite policy! The perils involved in the progress of the Negro are as nothing in comparison with the perils invited by his failure. And yet if any race is to live, it must have something to live for. It will hardly cling with prido to its race integis a world wholly rity if its synonymous with deprivation, and if the world ot the white man is the only generous and honorable world of which it knows. It will hardly hold with tenacity to its racial standpoint, It will hardly give any deep spiritual or conscious allegiance to its racial future, if is to be forever burdened its race-lif-o with contempt, and denied the larger self-respe- ct race-world RICHMOND KENTUCKY women. Base Ball Meeting. "W. AT THE STORE OF... Co-operati- JOHN r GIBSON in Poplins, Voiles, Hand Embroidered Underwear and and the newest things in Ribbons lor the Hair Ask to see our Dress Ginghams. fr Dresses. this want is anything in the latest things Me oan givi yu a bargain in Cloaks. Some think that ii..- Ground Hog was right. If this beltrue, it would pay we ask for 5ou to buy a Oleak at the very low figures uem bow ou wfH M .so busy within the next few weeks with our Spring- - sewing that you will perhaps have littie time for anything else. If you Oiave ihe misfortune of wearing your Hose through, at either the heel or toe, ask us for Helons. This will eliminate the darning troubles. You can wear the very sheerest Hosiery with these little and ly things added. Suppose you try a pair- yoa will see what an added comfort it is. We have a beautiful line of Bell Ftms land something elegant In ' . Ta le Table Linens and Napktes. JOHN R. GIBSON & GO. Phone 500. Richmond fans responded to the call Issued for a meeting on last Thursday eveninir. at which time tho question of retaining a team in this city during the coming season was discupsed. Much for Social Serv enthusiasm prevailed andQtfr. Ed. Blan- ice. ton was unanimously chosen as prcsl report of Miss Leighty, who is dent for the coming season. He will be The acting as field agent for the churches in assisted by Mcssrrs. R. C. Stockton, M. their united efforts at social oeuer C. Kellogg and "W. 0. Bennott,a nd these pentlemcn have issued the following ment, shows the following for January: o appeal; S13.C2 Receipts $10.44 Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith we fiVnonititurfig 2.82 beg to hand you blanks upon which subDeficit scriptions aro to be made. It was agreed 110.44 by the undersigned at a meeting held -- .810.44 Total 90 February 15th, that thoy would use Homes Canvassed 50 their best efforts to conduct "a baseball Visits Paid 70 club during the coming season, if an Articles of Clothing Distributed... 8 amount sufficient, in thoir oninion, was Distributed New Clothing ... J -- ....1 raisod by others. Alter a cyeiui smuj Families Supplied With Provisions $4.93 of the whole matter we havo come to fVist nf Provisions th& conclusion that it is absolutely Loads of Coal Supplied (Not In- 10 necessary to secure $2,000 fVflnance a In Financial Statement.. rinitnH season. If the A partial list of donors Is as follows: hasflhall team for the churcn citizens of Madison county wsh to con Methodist society, Mothodist Kellogg, Miss Marie Louise tinue a team in the Bluegrass Loague, Mrs. M. Mrs. Charles Douglas and wo are willing to do the best pve can and Kelloeir. liberally. It Mrs. Grider. It is hoped that the co we ask them to contribute will make regular was with this distinct understanding that operating churches provision for a charity fund, in addition wo agreed lo give our time as directors most liberal to the field agent, as there arc still to the project. This is the serve weeks of winter, and the amount arrangement that wo aro willing to soaie sufficient under, and wc do this only tnrougn our heretofore given has not been If any others will to meet deserving needs, although many interest in baseball. may tako our place, we wiji giaaiy step nown, have riven liberally. Contributions contribute libyklly, .be wet to your church delegate on the and in addition "yours truly, Bomd. lo your pastor, io the field 'W. 1. Bukpos, afoot, Miss Edith Leghity. at Sadlsoa "R. C. Stocktok, institute, or to the president, Superin- "If. O. Kiuxooe, Uodent Bride;, or lo the secretary, W 0 Biwnrrr. Wrn J. GriMtoad. on Broaddus & Co. before buy See W. xney ine vour seed oats, corn, etc. in the market and th have the best prices are right. bedside at the timo of the accident, reRespect for tho dead and for the living mained in the hospital at Chattanooga took mo to the stricken home where sor and returned homo with him last week. row and weeping were noted from with The young man is doing well sinco his out by the sombrc-huo- d crepo upon the t. return. Last Sunday afternoon 1 paid my respect to the memory of the g Sign. Your Name! wife of my friend, Joseph "W. has received during past Mackey, ono of our oldest and most The Cuiiax two weeks a number of communications highly respected colored citizens. And which have been withheld from our came away filled with deeper admira feelings for thoso who columns because the writers failed to tion and tenderer sign their names to same It is an in- were mado to mourn the loss of their loved one. I was profoundly violable ltULE with all WELL KEOULAT-e- departed by tho fervent prayer of our newspapers to ignoro annonymous touched The signature is requested as good friend. Rev. Green Miller, and by letters. Rov. Thos. II. an evidence of good faith on the part of the splendid sermon of Broaddus. who preached with an unction "Wo the writer and not for publication. trust those sending notices to TnE from on high. His words have not been my hearClimax in the future will bear this in excelled in appropriateness in tf ing at any funeral I over attended. The mind. music by a quartette. Dr. Gwynn.Misses "Wednesday afternoon "The Rom- - Steele and Honady and "Welby Broaddus, was rendered with wonderful effec uce of the Reaper." a very entertain ing moving picture show will be held at tiveness, harmony and sweetness. From the Court House. Evorybody is invited the beginning to the end I was impress ed with the depth of suppressed sorrow to attend. Admission free. that pervaded the whole throng of rela tives and friends that assembled in the A Visit To The Capitol. home of the afflicted family. But I was An enjoyable day was spent last Fri equally touched by the lofty spiritual day by tho eighth grado of Caldwol atmosphere that hovered around and High School, when thoy visited Frank about. No sound save tho smothered Thoy were fort and tho Capitol. moans of an afflicted daughter smote chaperoned by tho teacher of that grade upon the air to disturb the serenity of This grade is com Miss Lelia Harris. tho cospol message, the prayer and the posed of girls and boys of about fiftoen songs, l ot mere was assureaiy existing years of ago and such a trip moans much a conscious sense with all that the death to their investigating and enthusiastic of this good and true woman was pain natures at tho Capitol. Thoy were mot fully folt by all present, no matter how by our popular representative, Hon. L. remote tho tie of relationship or Horrington who took tho greatost pleasuro in extending courtesies. Thoy The procession was a long and splen wero honored with" balcony sest-- did tributo to the high standing of the during a session of the legislature and deceased in tho esteem of all. The were given an address by our own numerous floral designs from far and townsman, Governor McCreary. Being near told in the unmistakable language from Richmond they were likewise cor- of flowers the respect in which the de dially received by Mr. T. X. Smith. An ooased and her family were held other interesting feature of the day was Though the wintry snow lay deep upou AH' came a visit to tho penitentiary. the grassy carpet of the cemetery, the back feeling well paid and loud in spot where they lay her to rest till the uralse of Kentucky's beautiful new trumpet of tho Lord shall sound was State House and its official inhabitants. oor-poslifo-lond possibilities of thought, of effort and of improvement. He is an enemy of ah mankind wl o wouiu wisn to Keep down or iurtner ae-base his own or another raco in the scale "We thank God for the of humanity. unbroken feeling of mutual respect that has characteriznd the rases of this county and city since memory runneth not to the contrary. Many others of the Mackey type remain to inculcate in their race the tranquil traits, the Indus trious habits, the respect of iaw and order, that have guaranteed immunity to us all from those deplorable outbreaks that have scarred and marred other communities. North as well as South. So long as it may be said of the leaders of the colored people that they lock arms with their Tual friends and go forward and onward and upward, in the fear of God and in the faith of humanity, the community will continue to be one singularly blessed with peace, happiness and prosperity. The beautiful ceremony of Sunday, the deep but speechless; grief of the bereaved family, the realization that a good woman, a devoted wife and true mother had gone, and my .great respect for them all from my boyhood. Induce these lines. For truly, "A touch of pity Whatever makes all the world akin." tne sphere of man may be, let him remember, white or black, to "do a common thing in an uncommon way:" "Do well thy part, therein the honor lies." Angels can do no more! r. C E. Woods. P. S. I need not ask you to give space to the following, for I know jou will be glad to do so. It was read at the funeral by Louis Hathaway, a frisnd of the family: "Mrs. Margaret Mackey, whose rewas born in mains are before us Winchester, Ky.. In the year of 1847,and ceased this life at 5 o'clock A. V.. Feb. 9ih 1012. In the vear 1867. she was happily married to Mr. Josoph Mackey; to-da- this wedlock proved true until death was its divider. In early childhood she united herself with the church, and liv-ea a true coristian life. She eer had the highest ideals of true womanhood and motherhood. And her greatest desire was God's guidance, that she might lead her children in His path. Tans onward through Hfe she went, evea through her illness, which proved so serious, she was ever patient, and resigned to the will of Him who knewets and doeth all things fer the host. She leaves a devoted husband, seven children, one sister, with other relatives and a host of friends to lamest her absenee. As i word of sympathy to the family we will say that: "Thy fate is the common fate of all. Into each life some rain mast fall. Some days must be dark and dreary. 'borrow makes the work! akin and we too know from bitter experienee what it means to have our hearts wrving with grief because of death's harvest among our loved ones. From enr friends we can derive that satisfaction which is the just reward ot human the consolation for our hearts made desolate by the work of the Grim Destroyer, lies in the assurance that your loved one is at rest Your hearts may bleed because of the enforced separation, but take comfort frem the thought that with her, "all is well. She is safe in the keeping of "Him whose property it is to have mercy, aad whose Kingdom ruleth over all." The forms of loved ones go forever from our sight, but the sacred memory of their lives and aspirations should ever Hve In us, and should stimulate us to carry forward the work which was left unfinished by the dear departed. "Call not back the dear departed. "Anchored safe where storms are over, "On the border land we left her. "Soon to meet and part no more. 'When we leave this world of changes. When we leave this rorld of care. We shall fini our missing loved one. "In the Father's mantion fair.' nd Dies at His Own Hands. The community was shocked Sunday on learning that Frank Kennedy had suc Mr. cumbed to wounds Kennedy, who was tho eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kennedy, of this city, spent Saturday night with his friend, Samuel Black, and returned to his home streot about 10 o'clock on Smith-Ballar- d Sunday morning. Ho walked into the family room, where his father was .pro-paring his toilet, and, exchanging a fow words, walked to tho firo and stood in front of the grate, and, while ostensibly warming, drew from his pocket a knife, subbing himself near the heart. De ceased took off his coat, and, laying down on tho floor with tho remark I am dying, expired. The father was unconsolous of the tragedy that took place an near him until his son had breathed his last. Frank Kennedy was a warm lmrted youiw man, and has many frkwids who will regret to learn of his death. The funeral services were col-duetsd Monday fcfternooa at the rei dwet by Kkter S. B. Banns, after mMnh I ha mmmhu new inUrrd in d. - THURSDAY COMEDY THE WITH THE BOY FRIDAY Dolly Hicks SATURDAY Two-thirt- y Washington's Birthday Mitiiw Thursday twentysecood Otto Hfcks MARVELOUS LEAN SINGING Tho THE PETITE SOUBRETTE DANCING dreaai soo K a A GENUINE NOVELTY THE KING OF RFFINED ENTERTAINERS For TWWay MatioM, Washington's Birthiay THE GREAT Tho world's Greatest Mimic and Ventriloquist Mar ty ne Republic The Battle Hymn Itofa tkemeyoaaaaaonld BestPiure the Edison Co. ever . THE GREAT PATRIOTIC PICTURE i For Saturday Matinee and Nignt Vitafcraph's Great Masterpiece A. Tale of Two cities A Magnificent Production of Dickens' Great Novel, in Tfcw io cents I .Part Richmond oemelery. Two of Our Leaders The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs The Climax id In an exchange Governor Wilson, of The following article taken from the AND New JVrsey, tells of a commercial trav L'exington Leader contains so much eler who came regularly to Princeton, good, sound sense, that we give it to our N. J., the Governor's home. "This readers, hoping it may be read with in CUHAX PRINTING CO man," says the Governor, "wasTassion terest by the parents especially: Headless Items Prepared lor the ately fond of honey, and the proprietor Hurried Header. "Some people blame the public schools (Incorporated.) of the hotel at which he stopped always for not accomplishing more in the in children, when the Pres. and Mgr. had some on hand for him. One day A. D. Miller Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone telligent training of the drummer took his wife along, and, fault lies not with the schools primarily Seo'y-Trea- s, tf W.G.White as he approached Princeton, mentioned and live stock. but with the people thomselves. Teach Hmbir i ner mat he was getting to a place of to Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone ors can do little without PRESS ASSOCIATIOH KENTUCKY wnere ne could have some particularly and live stock Insurance. fathers and mothers. Their respon tf tho finfi honnv. ...... sibility is mutual and their best service yv j Whftn thar ritnnor wn n t i. cyclone PUBUSfERS LEAGUE. EIGHTH DISTRICT .of. a . i lftA tnlr Ineilro ncn J "IT"1' tf lies only through complete harmony imucio u my ilivutiy, ino asaea. .. .neaa. me ti effort. In the earlier stages-o- t society YEAB water sharply. 'You PEB Come to Owen McKee, Richmond schools wore not needed, for each family FFICE fl.00 mean the little black-haire- d IN ADVANCE What one?' asked the waiter, Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others was sufficient for its own needs. Local and Long Distance tf teaching was done occured in tho pri smiling. Oh, she doesn't work here do and why not you. 101. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 21 Telephone 53 any more.' " came If you aro not a subscriber to The vacy of the home. Then schools Climax, have your name placed uion into being. Society was learning: the its big growing list. tf advantages of effort. The Advertised Lettres. per bbl. by tho load. modern public school, complex and Old com $4.25 g Vulcan List of letters remaining in the Rich 'Send your order to highly organized for efficient service, is mond, Ky., postoffice for the week end- Lvery Household in Rich u tho climax of this evolutionary process. Arnold u bimmons. Equal Pay. ing February 13: mond Should Know QThos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst It is society's latest conception of effecAdams, Mr. Uliuoru Spokane, Wash., they believe in In But tho school Home Insurance Co. Write mo or pljono tiveness in education. Arbuckle, Lizzie How to Resist "equal pay for equal woric iuet 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. B.ack, Miss Mollie (2) cannot succeed unless the homo con- tha to practise it by pay It Brooks. Myrtle acknowlege its close relation and they're going tinues to Cory, Mrs. Carry Remember, The Climax Office ship and its completo "responsibility in ing seven women assessors tho same The back may ache bocausa the kid Dunn. Mrs. Lizzie amount per month tnat tno ia mmo prints all kinds of loose leaf work for neys are blockaded. tho undertaking. A school merely supGambilL Mr. Wm. M. tho new ledgers and files. Try us with plements the influence of the homo; it is assessors will receive for the same Grlnstead, Mr. L O. Help the kidneys with their work, an order. tf in no sense a substitute for it. The best amount of work. The women's specialty Goins, Mr. Oscar The back will ache no more. household assessments and there Miller, Mr. W. M. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills Stops itchine instantly. Cures piles. organized and highest dovelopcd school will bo any McGoun. Mr. Bige ccz-m- a, salt rbeum, itch, hives, herpes, becomes impotent the., moment tne will be small chanco of slipping as do this. Ray, Lula sunburn Doan's Ointment. At any homes,from which its pupils are recruit- furniture by the keen eyes of these Sams, Mr. J. M. It s the best proof becauso it comes drug store. f7-lbusi Smith, Eugene Tho finest sessors. Married women of good from this vicinity. ed, withdraw their support. Schuldrege, Sam ness ability have boon selected for the Vote for R. B. Terrill for Mrs. S. J. Hubbell, Lancaster street, teachnr in tho land isTowerloss to coun Watts, Mr. Sam and it is expected that others He btanford, Ky., says: "I know that to the office of County Court Clerk. Vlic teract tho subtle power of an indifferent positions Whitlok, Miss Silok annrnplata fin ADrlnKflmanl nf will will be appointed later for several wasn In calling for the above letters, please uoan smuney nils helped me and I have present administration. tf or obstructive paroht. American fathers ington towns. Equality is coming to not the least hesitancy in recommend and mothers would do well to give this l.nim n liU-- iinfinitinn for women ana say "advertised." "When in need ol lllacksmithing in Many aro thought ing them. My kidneys were disordered any M. c. C. Wallace, P. ot its branches, Farming Imple matter serious Washington. for some timo and although mv condi ments, liuggies. Carriages, Wagons, neglecting to give their schools this men up there in It is not sufficient tion was never serious, I was neverthe Rubber tiros &c, get prices from R. E kind of UNIQUE NAME. When the Hrst High Hat ti for men to pay their school taxes and less annoyed a great deal. My back inner, union uity, Ky. Appeared. ached almost constantly and furnish money for school clothes and Heavy, impure blood makes, Many People Cannot pro became so lame that it was asometimes pimply complexion, heaUaphiJ,a muddy. books; nor have tho mothers: performed Tt. wns 5n January. 1797. that the first ere at ef nausea. '.that nounce Name of World s: fort for me to bend over. There were Indigestion, sickly. blood- makes you- their full duty when they keep clothes high silk hat was seen upon a man s Burdock Blood Bit- mended and faces clean. Parents hivni Tho London Times in its issue also other annoying symptoms of kid weak. pale, Most Famous tors makes the blood ridh, red, pure ir- - termor- - Make rour home as modern for your family as a city ret ney complaint which caused me dis- restores perfect health. responsibility goe3 much deeper than of January 10 of that year related the dence and place yourself in a position to set the latest market quotations a tress. After using Doan's Kidney Pills It is often claimed that the event as follows: that. icjuuuo ny time. This can oe accompu&ueu uy meauoui uu. compared 7 There is no better medicine mado for schools in theso days aro failing to teach Hich-o-m- e that's the proper way to all these troubles wero disposed of and with the ben r,jii.hhnr ran wt. for a unm that is small John Hetherington, mercer in the mo ui colds than Chamberlain's Cough discipline Juvonilo courts aro busy Strand, was arraigned before tho Lord to headquarters eats received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct"Farmers Lines pronounce Uiuaai, tens of thousands my system was toned up. iomnW thnthasrid ashville. Tennessee, for information regardin? our special For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. iicmcuy. ii acts on naturo s plan, re "considering tho case of boys and girls Mayor, who found him guilty of dis disgusting ais- rat If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately of people of that vile and Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo. N. Y.. sole lieves tho lungs, opens the secretions. whoso chief fault lies in their contempt orderly conduct and inciting to not ana ease. merest von. Our lines cover me siaies ui iveniucity. icuucooco, luiDoirapn aids expectoration; and restores the sys of authority. In other words thoy have imposed a fine of 500. Mr. HetheringtjvrmiFi ic marin of nurcst Austin agents for the United States. and Illinois. Louisiana and the Southern portion ol Indiana lian encalyptus combined with thymol Remember the name Doan's and tem to a healthy condition. For sale by not loarned obedience, aro strangers to ton, with tho evident intention of frightand is all dealers. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated and other etfective antiseptics real discipline But responsibility for ening the people, appeared in the public f7-lguaranteed to be free from cocaine or take no other. antf V aim fill ririlf. When you Know or any marriages, this situation which has becom'o most street wearing a strange high hat cover a Ah IMA A Warning Against Wet n Feet. births, deaths, accidents, sales of land. serious in tho large cities of the land ed with very glossy silk, the luslro of illUilhil IS guaranieeuJ iu rrn ft miconi nf catarrh asthma, croup, ca i.eianu cmuea ieei usually affect the crop or stock, church nows or lodgo rests not upon the schools but upon the which dazzled tho sight. According to tarrhal deafness, bronchitis, coughs or mucous membrano of the tlOSe. thmjlt I naive nlofica talnnlinnn Ttm homes. A child who is not compolled the testimony of the constables, several colds or money back. Climax, so that'we can inform people in to bow to parental authority cannot women fainted at the sight, children Breathe it that's ail, no oosiug u stomach. Complete outtit, mciuuing pneumonia may result. Watch care- - other parts of tho countrv. Wo want often bo mado to acknowledge the screamed with fright, the panic stricken irWtmrtihln inhaler. 21. cxira uui. fully, particularly tho children, and for clean news uf every kind from every authority of a teacher- - At the most the crowd fled and one of tho sona of Mr. ties of HYMEI, if needed, 50c at Alid- - iuu rucKing. siUDOorn couchs piVe lnoal tv .f time spent in a school room each day is Thomas Currier was thrown down in delton's and druggists everywhere. t oley's Honey and Tar Compound. It It has long been a Democratic custom briof as comparod to that spent at home. the excitement and broke his arm." is first Lagrippe, Then Bron soothes tho inflamed membranes and in Madison county to give a second term Almost of necessity a parent's oppor heals the cough quickly. Mrs. A. A. tunity of influencing the child is greater The World's Worst Penman. chitis. Swagel, Kreb, Wis., says: "I always to thoso officials who perform their duty and more continuous than that of the Most remarkable among exerablo writ Such was the case with Mrs. W. S give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound wellduring the first term of oflice.and you teacher. Here, then, is a way by which Teleis ers have been John Ball, the barrister of Railev. McCreary. "Ky. "My wife was to my children. Ii cures their coughs can make no mistake by deciding to cast the homes of Amprica may add material whom Lord Eldon said to the Prince your vote for R. b. Terrill for field taken down with a severe attack of la- and colds and they like to take it. ly to tho efficiency of the American pub Regent that he was ablest equity lawyer wp tion to the office of County Court Clerk. - ran intu uiuuluiua. f7-lfe nnA nrhirn help tho re of his time, though he could "neither l'f"t & Son. Stockton in is consumpopen lor the closest inspec- lic school. Tho chance to uis record is coughed as though sheaaa form goes homo to every household, read, write, walk nor talk." Bell was a tion. ttf Boarders Wanted. tion and could not sleep at night. The with Try Even tho childless family cannot wholly cripplo, and his Westmoreland accent This is tho season of tho year when escape tho responsibility. Wtor's medicines cave her no renei Tho next combined with his stammer to mako his uood clean rooms and good table. Ap mothers feel very much concerned over cuswill and I was advised to try Foley's Honey ply to Mrs. Clyde Pullens, tho frequent colds contracted by their time ono is inclined to criticise the pub speech unintelligible. The character of bottle ,i Tor finmnound. The first 31-: : : : : children, and have abundant reason for lic school, lot him stop and consider his writings appears from his own state: 331 Moberly avenue. gave her so much relief thai she conit as every cold weakens tho lunss. whether he himself is doing his utmost efment that he had three styles, one of The People's Stock Remedy, i lowers the vitality and paves the way to tinued using it and three bottles rnr inn m nrn car n s dicnncn which he could read but his clerk could permanent cure." Mr. W: S. fected a At this season you should not be follow. Chamberlain's Couch not, while tho secondrfvas intelligible to Rnilov Kavs he is prepared to ariSwer all without a package of The People's often Remedy is famous for its cures, and is Consult T. R. his clerk but not to himself, and tho promptly. inquiries pleasant and safo to take. For sale by .J" Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. If you are suffering from nervous de third baflled both of them London n-lStockton & Sox an dealers. f7.im Uuro that old sore, cut or wound by bility, consult T. R., Oyster Bay. Ho (Eng.) Chronicle. Successor to Tate & Son has more nerve than any ono man needs, Grows Hair at 65 Years of Age applying The People's Antiseptic Heal WHY HESITATE? ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug ' E. Main Deab Sins "I heard of PARISIAN Company. 3Q.tf V llPAll KdUld ltCIl "VJHUJJ, onrl 9C "'J An Offer That Involves No Hay The National Debt YOUR DRUGGIST rnnA riAal. I thoucht I would try It. 1 fever victims will find relief by Money Risk If You never used any remedies before and was The Sound Sleep of Good considering the national debt. It is not STOPS THAT ITCH bald on top of my head. I am using the Health to bo sneezed at. Accept IL , third bottle and have a lot of hair where I was bald. I would likeyou to see the is not for those suffering from kidney Wo are so positive our remedy wil Here Is a Remedy That Wil If you are suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis or any other kind of skin from my head. The ailments and irregularities. The prompt completely Tipir hair relieve constipation, no mat- trouble, drop into our store for initchincr in mv scalp nuicklv disappeared Cure Skin and Scalp stant relief. We will guarantee you the useoftoleys Kidney Pills will dispel ter how chronic it may bo, that we I am 65 years old and havebesn atHop- oacKacno to stop that Itch in two seconds. and .rheumatism, heal and offer to furnish it freo of all cost if it years." Wm. A. A S5c trial bottle will prove It. Affections. Bazaar fifty-on- e We have sold other remedies for per. Auctioneer Harkness Bazaar, Ninth strengthen sore,- weak and ailing kid falls. skin troubles, but none that we could AND WE CAN PROVE IT. and Sampson streets, Philadelphia, ra. noys, restoro normal action, and with it recommend more highly than the well Constipation is commonly caused by Large bottle of PARISIAN SAGE 50c. health and strength. Mrs. M. F. Spals- Tho Perry Drug Store says to every known compound of Oil of Winter-BTee- n. Thymol and a few other Inweakness of tho nerves and muscles of person be it man, woman or child who Guaranteed by Perry's drug store for bury, gredients that have wrought such wonSterling, 111., says: "I suffered the large intestine. To expect a euro has an irritated, tender, dandruff, falling hair and scalp itch. inflamed, itch derful cures all over the country. Puts life and beauty into faded hair and great pain in my back and kidneys, you must therefore tone up and ing oKlri or SsUALP, you need not This compound, known as D. D. D. Prescription, is a delightful hair dressing. could not sleep at night, and could not strengthen those organs and restoro suffor another day. "Wo have a re- Itchy, burningwill cool and heal the skin as nothing fined skin preparation that acts in can. Get a regular bottle and seo else on hands over my head. y Cold Affects the Kidneys raise myof Foloy's Kidney PillsBut two thnm'to healthier activity. stantly and will bring you swift and our How oner. bottles cured Wo want you to try Rexall Orderlies sure results. Avoid taking cold if your kidneys are mo. Foley's Kidney Pills have my Ono warm bath with ZEMO SOAP on our guarantee. They aro eaten like sensitive. Cold congests the kidneys; heartiest endorsement." For sale by candy, and are particularly good for and ono application of ZEMO and you throws too much work upon them, and Stcokton & Son. f7-lwill not suffer another moment and you children. Thoy seem to act directly on win soon see a euro in signt. weakens their action. Serious kidney th0 norves and muscies of the bowels ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP aro proven trouble and even Bright's d'iseaso may The People's Stock Remedy get keeps your stock fat and healthy and They apparently have a neutral action cures for every form of skin or scalp result. Strengthen your kidneys, on the other organs. They do not purge affection. Thoy aro sold by one leading druggist in every city or town in rid of the pain and soreness, build them free from disease. Kidney , An Established Fact The People's or cause othor inconvenience. Wo will America and in Richmond by tho Perry up by the timely use of Foloy's refund your money if they do not over- uni aiore. Pills. They will cure any case of kid- Poultry Remedy contains every in come chronic or habitual constipation ney or bladder trouble not beyond the gredient necessary for tho production of and thus aid to relievo tho myriads of Tho chances are 30- - tf Richmond Dbuo Co. reach of medicine. No medicine can do eggs. associate or dependent chronic ailments. Tho farmer brought him here. & Sox. H-lStockton more. Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Three Office For Rent. And those other little pigs Architect's Notice. Office equipped with water and heat sizes, 10c, 25c and 50c. Sold only at our That stayed at homo store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug No doubt will be brought here, too. I am prepared to draw plans for in our building on Second street. Store. We aro headquarters for at once. buildings and remodeling of all kinds. " Douglas & Simmons. Will also furnish estimates or superin- 2Mf FREEF IT FAILS tend construction of such work. Phone Special Notice. 101. Orders left for me at The Climax Woall attention to "Climax Special office will receive prompt attention. Clubbing Rates" in anothercolumn. We Your Money Back if You Are 31-N. B. Tdkpin have succeeded in making arrangements Quality Groceries Await You With the Medi-cinelhas countless Administrator's Notice. whereby we can offer our friends ex Here thousands of thin, weak, Recommend. All persons having claims against the tremely lor prices. Wo can save you ! irestate of Belle Bates are 'hereby notified uionuj-- on any magazine or paper you delicate children made We are so posltivo that our remedy want. Get our prices before placing to present the same to me tyerified constipation, will permanently relieva. them your order elsewhere. required by law on or before March Remer&ber that we guarantee tf. HHHIIIIh no matter how chronic it may be, that v 1912, or same will be barred. and robust. wo offer to furnish tho medicine at our Chickens! Chickens!! your satisfaction. Persons indebted to the estate will expense should it fail to produce satisWo have a few more Barred Plymouth please call and settle at once and save It creates an appetite, Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale' factory results. further trouble. It is worso than useless to attempt to aids digestion, fills the Now is the time to get your 'Pullets for Sanfobd Oldham, Remington Typewriter Company t, White Hall, Ky. spring eggs. Our Pullets begin to lav cure constipation with cathartic drugs. veins with rich Telephone 39 (incorporated) at'five months old. We have Thomp Laxatives or cathartics do much harm. 5econd-s- t They cause a reaction, irritate, and For a sprain you will find Chamber son strain, r blood. 1W S. Mi Ave Louisville. Ky weaken the bowels and tend to make lain's Liniment excellent. It allays the A. D. and 0. -- D, Miller. 422sHMsMBVssssBsssssssBsm constipation more chronic. Besides, Daln. removes the soreness, and soon 22-t- f After illness or loss Richmond, Ky, that is danger their use becomes restores the parts to a healthy condi of weight from any ous. tion; 25o and 50c bottles. For sale by FOR f7-lConstipation is caused by a weakness all dealers. cause, it brings strength You Risk No Money If You of the nerves and muscles of theTolarge and flesh quicker than For Sale Privately. exintestine ordesceuding colon. Try This Remedy. pect permanent relief you must there Bwellinc of nine rooms with two anything else. fore tono up and strengthen these organs acres ol crouna: eooa orcnara, vine i We want every one troubled with in- - and restore them to healthier activity yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, ALL DRUGGISTS We want you to try Rexall Orderlies smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first- - digestion and dyspepsia to- - come to our They are ex class repair. My family being small, store and obtain a box of Rexall Dts- - on our recommendation. pep-i- a Tablets. They contain Bismuth- - ceedingly pleasant to take, being eaten desire to sell my home and buy, smaller one. Trois easy. Apply to Subnitrate and Pepsin carefully combin like candy, and are ideal for children, For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks 33-ed so as to develop their greatest power delicate persons, and old folks, as well William Devore. of Treadway, Term., suffered with womanly troubles. She directly on as for the robust. Ther-a- ct 10 overcome digestive disturbance says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I -Boarders Wanted. !r m .. . jspopsia laoieis are vnrv the nerves and muscles oTtho bowels I In could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The At my home, 019 North Second street. pleasant to tak'e. The tend to soothe They apparently have a neutral action doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so I am prepared to accommodate boarders tho irritable, weak stomach, to strene on other associate organs or glands, many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui board and lodging or day board only. then and invigorate tho digestive organs, Thoy do not purge, cause excessive Mrs. Claba Thatxob. to relieve nausea and indigestion, thus looseness, nor create any Inconvenienco saved my lifel Now, I can do anything.' 29-t- f promoting nutrition'and bringing about whatever. They may be taken at any Phone 708. time, day or night. They will positive a leeiing of comfort. There are robbers in your pastures Taxes Due. If you,give Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets ly relievo chronic or habitual constipa and they are stealing your profits. If Your taxes for the year 1011 are now a. icwauium inai wo win return vour tion, If not of surgical variety, and the your sheep are Infested with worms, Come money if you aro you should stop the loss. Worms In my hands for collection. not satisfied with the myriads of associato or dependent make poor wool, few Iambs, leee in early and avoid the rush, as well as result. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 chronic ailments, if taken with regucents. weight of mutton. They starve your saving the penalty, by prompt payment, and SI. 00. Remember, you can obtain larity for a reasonable length of time. stock, make them sick and finally IdU. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. If you arc weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of Rexall Remedies only at our store Tho 12 tablets, 10 cents; 30 tablets, 25 cents; Looking Through. the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, Rexall Store. H.L. Perry's Drue Store. 80 tablets, 50 cents. Sold In Richmond Notice to Creditors. only at our store The Rexall Store. backache, dragging-dow- n feelings, pains in arm, side, kip Our list of paints you will be" amaze All parties having claims against the Perry's Drug Store. Farmers' Institute. at the many vartles'for special uses. or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you esUto of J. T, Hubbard are hereby no A WMieeJ At Frankfort, the Commissioner of Automobiles Painted. should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from persH tified tq present same, properly proven There Are Paints For Every ore marcn 10, vjvj, or same Agriculture Issued an official call for a on or Dei wnf Km fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best At my shop on Third St. I an preState Farmers' Institute! in Frankfort, pared to paint and trim Purpose. will bo barred. Automobiles, remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. Sold under a guaranta to k31 and February 27, 28 and 29, and all farmers, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of 34-- 4 1 From tho usful water paints for cellar B. F, Hubbard, Executor, expel all fee stomach andinteettnei all It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effec- ts. ' Richmond, Ky. delegates or not, are cordially whether worme. Will pat ibap, ho and all R, D. A, Box 32, kinds. I have a painter of lone ex walls, barns, otc, to the finest of varAsk your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui stock in prime condMeo. Tonea ub invited to attend. February 28 will be periesee and who understands his nishes and polishes for the furniture or tbc eyatam, ikvprn tk appatha, Administrator's Notice. ladies' day, and noted lecturers on business, Prices as low as consistent piano. Toll us whayou want to do and Write tor Uditf Aariaory Dpt. CasMow MtMarnt Ca, ChMtoma. Tew helps to putonfatqakkry. DUhrant tar SftriaUiutnictvmt. aad All persons having claims against "the woman's place in agriculture and home with fcaafc. "Heae Tnahawt Jar Wmm." Mat fat, j m we'll supply the paint product with tcom aU otaec worn TaiiaWliea Seam. first class work; Give me a trial. Gott, deceased, tm Improvements have been secured. estate of s ur and coeta HttW ent a day Hone shoeing, Macks ithifig" and which to do it 'hereby notified to 'pretest the same to per ho( or aheefv, U Bat-V-at and Do you know that more real danger repairing in all braowiee. me, verified as required by law, on or yoar . betore March l, iiz. or same will be lurks in a eomuion cold than in aav 12-Jam A. M ooKse. barred. omer oi ine miitor aumemT Xtte safe Partes indtbud to the aetata will way i to take Chamberlain's Couth Daily LouisWaH Papef mod Faints Foe a. short time only the Daily pleaee come asd settle at osoe and save, Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prepara- Courier-Journand Taa Climax ee W. D. ville tion, and rid yourself of the cold as J. 8. Gott, trouble. (., 208 East Main A'.lrc'i'atrlfw nf faaWl Clrt quickly as poaMble. This remedy is for full year, for only M.00, Send orders to Phone 449 i"7 1 caje by all sealers. BarL Ky RtfCHMOSD, KY this office, tf i Tke RkAnwid Cliaax. TIE Fond of Honey. Schools and Homes. LOCAL j OTHERWISE J. B. Walker Tandy Eads lesse Co SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on his rounds of what would be the .favorites. We most highly valued gift for hiafor your family, wouii lot surest a home or boiWinff the Chnstmastide. whicn Con would certainly bring joy for we will help you buy the choicest on easy suit us and terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift tnat will be hailed with delight. The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Repairs llt..l x i. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. GiMain!tSng Richmond, Ky in BLOCKADED Building Time Will m soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing building. All All work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me Douglas, Simmons k Deatherage n The Second Street Hardware Store Rural Telephones :::::: - dy. 17-I- m Jeff Stone LEEDS W. L.and Decorator Paintejr Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF f7-l- m m BEAR IN MIND That our grocery one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and unsurpassed. our service phone your order. Our stock of seeds the best the county. We an us guarantee them, always be a order and you tomer. Richmond, k Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York re-el- m Novel Colorings tf Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME D. B. McKinney m Telephone 35 Street Cnr TT1 One r Remington ewriter Visible Model 10 - no-pa- m Richmond's Quality in use in your office, TO CIVILIZATIO fVmvrl ht 1Q1Q IM thaa will absolutely Meat Market prove to you the enduring leadership of the Remington. And every additional one simply piles up the proof. m mm h RtatnBtv A4a lW . with means to the days to come, to be better than his savage ancestry who lived from dav to CIVILIZATION provides man or at Choice Pork day,means best season to season, but civilized man by of a bank account provides for the ears to come. tf '"Satisfied helped strong, plump Broaddus. Sanitary Meat t. o. Bank DO Orders ONLY & Trust Richmond, Kentucky. a 32-4- red Si JOB Your Out-of-Town? PRINTING THE CLIMAX emplovs DY5PEP5IA FIRST-CLAS- S WORKMEN. "Cardui Cured Me" 11-- 18 tf 1 TAKE Thieves 5AIMT Mcae; Sheep FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied with the material from whichJEggs aro made. A Hen is only a machine for makjpgggs out of the material which she finds In her feed, and unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture-EGGS- . The WomanisTonic 8-- tf The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for theProductioaofPure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It ,1a not only art Egg Producer, buv a TONIO which acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping- the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and prodttetag a rapid growth of the fowl. i 1 w , 12 tf B, Juet & Son RICHMOND MtUG CO. and Courier Journal Buckley & Co. "32-4- f7-l- m The Climax $1 a Year