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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1912 CONFEDERATE NEWS. Farmers' Institute. ro . NUMBER 36 L. R. JBlantoii : Tho City of Macon, Ga., will resemblo a veriable flower garden when tho WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock Old Dominion Portland Cement and AH Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 ', 'if r--- "sw. union takes placo in May next, if the plans of the City Beautiful Committee aro carried out with the work of tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Tho city is laid out in districts and a lady appointed for each, whose duties shall be to see that her district is as beautiful as it can be made Tho ladies aro also making a report of all places that need the attention of the city government in getting the city in perfect sanitary condition. Cecil Morgan has received from tho United States government a big shipment of hardy and early blooming flower seed, and these are being distributed to those who will plant them. The City Council has passed a resolution to build a permanent building at Central City Park for tho use of tho reunion as a meeting place, and to bo used for tho grand balls that will tako place. This building will bo 100x150 feet in size, and will have a capacity of over 5.000 people and allowing 500 couples to danco on the floor at one time. Richard K. Hines, chairman of the Entertainment of Maids and Sponsors, is very actively at work with his committee, and has given out that he will make the social functions the grandest that ever were held at any previous reunion. In former reunions tho maids and sponsors, together with their chaperoncs, have not had that degree of attention that they should bo deserving of. The headquarters of General C. Irvine Walker and staff will be domiciled at the new 3100,000 Y. M. O. A. building. This building has been secured from the Board of Directors for tho use of the reunion, and will be furnished ROY, BAKIHi POWI Economizes Baiter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar outright with new and handsome furni ture. Tho great corridors and halls will be used as a reception floor, and General William E. Mickle will have his oflice on tho ground floor in tho front oflice, which will make it very handy for tho vetorans to reach him. A full oflice force will be in his office and every facility will be given him for the quick transmission of business con nected with the reunion. Active Campaign. The officers of tho Kentucky Educational Association aro making an activo campaign for an attendance of 2, COO at tho next meeting in Louisvillo on June 25. Tho teachers of the Stato aro beginning to realize that attendance at these meetings is a business proposition and that tho investment will yield an enormous dividend. Tho progressive teacher is the ono who wants the opinion of moro able obucators. Of Interest to Hunters. A bill has been introduced in the Kentucky Senate providing for tho licensing of hunters and the employment of Stato Game Wardens. Tho bill pro vides that each hunter or .fisherman before ho can legally hunt or fish on tho lands of anyone, other than his own, must secure a license for which he must pay SI. To hunt or fish outside tho county in which ho lives tho licenso costs $2, while for those outside the State who wish to como to Kentucky for their sport tho license is $10. To the Farmers of Kentucky You are hereby notified that the Stale Farmers' Institute, as provided for by law, is called to assemble at Frankfort, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 27, 28 and 29, 1912. All dele gates will be duly notified through' this oflice, but this notice is sent to the pub lic in order that all farmers, irrespective of whether delegates or not, are cord ially invited and will bo accorded the privileges of the floor and are in fact urged to be present at this meo'.ing, as it is understood by your Commissioner of Agriculture the law does not contemplate that just ono person from each county should attend this meeting, but that all persons interested in the development of tho agricultural resources of tho Stato who desiro to attend shouid bo given the opportunity and the invi tation to come to this meeting. Women are especially invited, and February 23 will be in a great measure "Ladies' Day." Some of the best lec. turers on "Household Economics." "Homo Department" and "Woman's Placo in Agriculture" havo been secured, and particular attention will bo given to interesting the women of Kentucky in tho improvement of home conditions, especially in the rural districts. Low railroad rates are expected. A good program has been provided for this Institute. The General Assembly is in session, tho Stato Capitol is always interesting and, it is hoped, tho meeting will be the largest gathering of farmers ever held in tho borders of tho State. Any information desired further will be cheerfully given by addressing J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, Frankfort, Ky. ME STEARN a id. FQSTE iiniieimnwri1 GENUINE ATTRES (t&ME ON EVERY MATTRESS) imibitwi IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlHSIDETHE SHOWS YOU LOOK VHArairJSIDEYdUib'ONrfS - THRO'lJ.GH$tt- TO INSURE REST (pat.applo ronh kw. MATTRESS YOU SET AND JiS GUATtftNTE RSADhrBm THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out af, poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Standing neaily three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-sixth Sign Your Name! The Climax has received during past two weeks a number of communications Automobiles Painted. At my shop on Third St. I am prepared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I havo a painter of long experience and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give me a trial. Ilorso shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branches. 12-- tf James A. Moores. tion. Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT Latest Message From Mars The latest wireless from the planet Mars states that the Martians are tremendously interested in the the American Fence and are ready to place a big order if a way can be found for delivering the fence. The Martians know a good thing. So do American farmers more than a million of them who have cut out fence losses and fence troubles by putting up the American. Strong springy serviceable: proof against blow and snow, sleet and rain. Turns every animal without injuiy. See the American Fence in many weights and styles; you'll find just the kind you are looking for Remember that photo she gave you at Xmas it is up to you Open ) now Sundays ) 10 12 2.--. 4 a. m. A Petition. which have been withhold from our columns becauso tho writers failed to sign their names to same. It is an inviolable rule with all well regulated newsi'Apeb3 to ignoro annonymous letters. Tho signaturo is requested as an evidence of good faith on tho part of We the writer and not for publication. trust those sending notices to The Climax in tho future will bear this in mind. tf EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & FoSter you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to sec these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly shew TURNPIKL WORK. By Order of the Fiscal Court p. m. a B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Telephone 33 x RICHMOND, KY. MAUGHEY A petition is being circulated at Leb- How Cold Affects the Kidneys anon for an election to be held to vote Avoid taking cold if your kidneys aro on whether or not tho town shall resensitive. Cold congests tho kidneys, main "dry." throws too much work upon them, and Wo aro sending to our subscribers weakens thoir action. Serious kidney WHOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE EXriRED trouble and oven Bright's diseaso may and to those ix ARREAus, statements result. Strengthen your kidnoys, get of their accounts which, wo trust, will rid of tho pain and sorenoss, build them meet with a ready response. We shall up by tho timely use of Foley's Kidney greatly appreciate such a response, and Pills. They will cure any case of kidtf ney or bladder trouble not beyond tho it will nELP us a lot. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field reach of medicine. No mcdicino can do f7-lStockton Ss Son. prices. Sco us more. seeds at attractive Brcck, fire, lightning, cyclone before buying, Dan tf tf Arnold & Simmons. and live stock. Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned will up to March 4, 1912, 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 number of section and tho price per rod for hard metal, slate, gravel, or ditching as the case may be. Bids will be opened and contracts awarded on March 5. Successful bidders will be required on or before April 1, 1912, to execute a contract and bond with approved security to perform the work as therein provided otherwise award will bo vacated. The Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid. All work is to be dono under tho direction ot the County Supervisor of Roads. W. It. Shackelford, 33-- lt Judgo. them. A positive guarantee on Mattress. A Steams 6c Foster is a very Comfortable aad Economical Mattress o aw;. c-- fry OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 O. W. S. O. R. L. The HUSTLING Cash Store $15.00 $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for 12.50 20.00 Suits and Goats for 10.50 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Goats for 7.95 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coats for 75c to 4.50 Children's Coats, worth from 1,25 to 8.50, for Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for the quality than ever known All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Remnants and Odds and Ends Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men s and Boys Clothing and Ladies Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced Prices $12.50-10.5$20.00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for 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 6.75 10.00 Cordurov 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 Reduced Frices on All Winter Goods v A tie rati a vw.i. . . lien using . HYOMEI for any elephants! roat:trbuble. nrfUs guaranteed by B..L. Mid wwww. aeM to,&larrh or toto others fck. A. bottle of HYOMEI cf SSis merchandise oh, Mrs at a pficeto. close out '" all odds lots , and to make ready for Spring Stocks. . Ifnot " as - V'7 advertised we wAcomPleieoutflt whIchin HAM It glad pu know of any marriages, write a ps ins, accidents, sales of land, m days a yeu cone jock, church nows or lodge aad telophono or "write The U&ce old jtteer tf we can inform people Is kb from 'the country. We want MdptfOBS e.very kind fro every are a ootid tf that are so i nesc prices couuuuc t& iuug, s auvtiiavw diuuuu- - f ww f 7 x CbMabtrkte's Cough act ea sature's piaa re-i M4r Mdieitoe made for o - SMMilOM, UMM, 6MM U. Maliwi; mi restores tk y- - i ewr 0eeuf hUdf ON BROTHERS jlBgjggjjijB-ijjjgjBB- B Ikhy mim, FwaaJshf tt-t-m ii Riekmo&d Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the minute1' as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of Kiss Le Prather and Willi Kennedy, of Rlcmond, have been Xias Callle Adams' recent guests Miss Minnie Johnson has entered the Norma school (n Richmond for the remainder of the school term ....Miss Cal- li Adams entertained Saturday afternoon at a "Book Party" for her attractive guest, Miss Lee Prather, of Richmond. The color scheme green was carried out in the decorations and in the dainty luncheon served. Lancas ter Record! Rev. Logan Returns Home. By Spring Opening. Mr. Henry Bcnas, of the Elite Gar ment Co., will be with us on Wednes day, March Cth. with a complete line of VAUGHAN KESTER Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart 5et" Silk Petticoats 1 Spring Suits, Coats and Skirts. lie will lake special measures and guarantee a fit. All ladies are invited to come and see his display. Having sold these gar ments for several seasons we feel safe in saying that all who look will be profited and those rtat buy will be perfectly pleased. Very respectfully, Hamilton linos Rev. J. V. Logan accompanied by Mrs. Logan.arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon from Louisville, where Mr. Logan went to receive treatment for his injurMr. Logan plopped over at ed eye. Richmond Monday and was tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Thompson Burnam for the day and night. Mr. Logan's friends will be glad to hear that he is gradually improving. He was down town for the first time yesterday morning for a few minutes. Mr. Logan's physician states that it will be several weeks before he will be able to resume his preaching. However, the officers of the church will make every effort to fill in these intern vening Sundays with an minister. Middlcsboro News-Recor- Married both of nesday bride's Lanter, Bodie B. Cain and Miss Ella Lanter, this city, wero married Wed Svtryoitrjvifes sate. Sit Straight, Central Needle, afternoon at tho home of the I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. on Estill avenue, Rev. E. C. McDougle, of the Christian church, officiating. Mr. Cain is in the employ of tho L. &. N. railroad and is an industrious young man. His bride is a very attractive young lady, and both have many friends who will wish them all happiness in their married life. Miss Katie Perkins, daughter of Mrs. Breck Perkins, and Grant Isaacs, son of Samuel Isaacs, were united in marriage Thursday, Rev. Young ofil dating. The wedding took place at the homo of the brido, near Valley View, many friends witnessed tho ceremony, aftor which the young couple left for Lexington and other points for a short honeymoon. Returning they will go to their new home on the Richmond pike, near Million. Tho brido is a very ac complished young woman and is a great favorito with a host of friends. The groom is a prosperous young farmer and is in every way deserving of the young lady he has won for his wife. The young couple have the kindest wishes of many friends for a prosperous and happy wedded life. We are headquarters for the reat Standard Rotary and Vibrating Machine 3 Judge Hughes Will Probably Announce tor Congress. The Harrodsburg Herald says: Judge John W. Hughes has returned from Frankfort where he appeared before the Joint Redistricting Committee and made a strong argument against putting the counties of Clark, Powell, Estill, Lee and Wolfe into the Eighth Congressional District. Several other arguments were made for and against putting them in our district. After the arguments the committee decided to put the above mentioned counties, or most of them, in the Seventh District and lake Rockcastle from us and put it into the Eleventh and added to this district Casey and Adair counties. Judge Hughes says he is well pleased with that arrangement. and as soon as it is finally decided upon by the legislature he will let his friends in the district hear from him in the coming Congressional race. We think the Judge will certainly be in the race, and a winner. IE HAVE The World's Best secured the publication CHURCH NOTES. Rev. T. E. Smith, of Georgetown, will preach at Republican Baptist church the first Saturday and Sunday in March at eleven o clock. Public invited to come out and hear these sermons. Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists rights on this great story that from January to December, W. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets and Stoves . 1911, was and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of 3rou on all Pall and Winter Goods The Best Book in America Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Oils, Etc. for all kinds of Machines Richmond, Kentucky The protracted meeting that is being Selling Card of Thanks. conducted at the Christian Church by We desiro to express our deep appreBro. Shaw is producing good results. ciation to our friends, neighbors and Fifteen have already been added to physicians for-thattention and sym church by confessions and baptism, and path y shown us dursng our recent bere one by letter. The addition of a baptis avement, when death claimed our wifo It is a story that stands try has been made to the church and and mother. We shall always cherish baptismal services are being conducted out head and shoulders in our memory the fondest recollections Wo are each evening after preaching. Increase For Teachers. of those who administered in any way above the average modglad to see the interest that is being The House, by the vote of 01 to 4, to the alleviation of our sorrows, which manifested by the people of this town em story because of its passed the bill increasing tho maximum would liavo been most unbearable but and hope it will continue for the next mystery, villainy, love, salaries allowed teachers in rural schools for tho kindness of those who came to AND And let 1912 mark the beginning: of your fortune and a new life? We pray that it may be six months. from $00 to $70 a month, and that of our relief in this sad hour of distress. adventure, humor, pathos allaying some, if not all the means of Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the County School Superintendents to S2.500 tt'IUSlD ElOtT WBIBC1T IT F. n. GOOSMAN AND CniLDREN OUL,lAL Jt prejudices.strifes,seditions and heresies and dramatic thrills. a year except in counties wherein the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to that infest our people. Bro. Shaw is THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Mt Sterling Court Day. assessed valuation of property docs not Items of Intrreat Reardia Home- laboring hard to bring about belter con perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experiI I (Incorporated.) Thero wore about 2,000 cattle on the folk and Others, exceed $l,000,000,leaving it to the Fiscal ditions, and is entitled to all the prayers ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you Court in any county to determine the market and the quality was fair. Prices, and assistance of every Christian withPres. and Mgr. matter. The measure docs away with remained about the same as last court A. D. MUler get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come So let everybody READ Mr. Lindsay Blanton has been quite in our community. "third-clas- s Sec'y-Trea- s. certificates" for teachers, day, yearling steers bringihg from 5c to W. O. White that can, attend these services. It will sick for the past week. in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber heifers from 4 to 4 the Legislature taking tho stand that 5 You'll Find Tkere Is Ne do us good Estill Herald. Htalxr ! Mrs. Sue I3o?gs has returned from a to 5 bulls unless a person can make a general aver- heavy steers from 5 that go into a building & & ASSOCIATION PRESS KEKTtKKY Lack of Excitement visit to her mother in Cincinnati. The Ladies Sewing Circle of the Pres age better than 05 per cent, he should 2c to 3c, old cows and rough oxen 1 2 Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Mr. Ben Daugherty not be permitted to teach. has recovered byterian church meets with Mrs. Edgar in This Story Another to 2c. Fat cows were high and a deLEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT from a very severe attack of the grippe. Blanton on West Main street tomorrow feature of the bill is that provision en mand for them, as well as all other abling a County Board of Education to classes of cattle, was good. Trade was Judge J. J. Greenleaf and Harvey afternoon. YEAR PER FBICE Sl.00 -do away with the practice of paying good, hut not rushing and tho scales Chenault were in Lancaster, Wednes Miss Van Greenleaf entertains the IN ADVANCE teachers on a per capita basis, based on had ample time to do ail the weighing day. Corner Orchard and Main-s- t Sabbath School teachers and ofllcers of Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky the number of children of school age without the usual rush and mixup. Miss Ethel Merritt, of Clark county. the Presbyterian church at her home on WEDNESDAY. FEB. 2S - - - 1912 a district, irrespective of the average in visited Misses Mary and Carrie Allman Lancaster avenue on Friday of this No. 1?jo BRA55FILLD. number in daily attendance upon the last week. week. is of ooBBeB knowledge that the Before abolishing the practice, It school. Report of the Condition Misses May and Frank James spent express eopaaies have been imposing The meeting at the Methodist church Mr. C. B. Jones is engaged in business however, the county board must first of the extertioB&le rates upon their patrons Friday with Miss Ruth Reynolds in Cyn- continues with unabated interest, and at Irvine. secure the concurrence of the Slate and ia these rates rrattioting unfair thiana. As originally large and attentive audiences. The Miss B. B. Broughton visited friends Board of Education. Miss Hester Covington has concluded meeting Sunday afternoon last for men Hestly K. Gentry, : : Plaintiff difecrimifiaUofi. On top of this has come drawn, the measure made instruction in in Berea last week. vs. proof of Ue fact that they have ever a visit to Mrs. Jack Hutsell in Win was especially well attended and full of at Richmond, Ky., at the close of agriculture compulsory in the sobools, Is a sreeiaHy to which wc g.. Mr. Thos. Hollen, the export smither, Lillie M. Corrox, &c. : Defendants business. February 20. 1012. been charging above the rates they bav chester. but that section was killed. interest. special atteatfos. NbinatterL.-- . is moving into his new residence. Under and by virtuo of a Judgment fixes for their services. This state of Mrs. John Allman and little son, John much how little the wa'.rj t and Order of Sale rendered at the FebThe First Church of Christ (Scientist) Tho sugar orchard is tended by Mr. RESOURCES affairs has bees brought to light by an Edward, have returned from a visit to Will Report Bill This Week. Madison Circuit defective or damaged we V... Loans and discounts $32213 50 ruary Term of the holds services regularly every Sunday Jerry Chambers. Both sugar and syrup investigation of the express companies Frankfort. unsecured 1220 particular pride in doing f Lc w The suppo itlon is that House Bill 74 Overdraftssecuredandcirculation-- . lUO.UKJ 00 Court in tho above styled action, the in their apartments, 130 Second street. are rendered. U. S. Bonds to secure 00 undersigned which is being Bade by the Interstate Master Commissioner of Miss Margaret Phelps has returned so the timepiece will be as gzz. will be reported during tho present U. S. iiondrf to secure Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. ra. Les said court, will on CoHiaeroe Cob mission. An agent of from a visit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Folie visited the postal savinjrs 2,000 00 to Mrs. J. W. Hendricks in son sermon at 11 a. m. or better than when new Wo c Wednesday lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. week. This is the bill that has been so uiuer iionus to secure the oo is mission discovered that in one Loxington. 1.000 00 postal saviass . jewelry repairing and remou: March 9, 1912 vigously prosecuted by Representative evening testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Broughton Sunday. e on u. &. Honda month there were 8,003 cases of over Mrs Walker McKinney, of George Free reading room 15, Hobson building, L. B. Herrington, of this city. in the same way. Test us w Follow- Banking house, furniture and charging by a single company, the ex 7,000 00 on the premises at 11 o'clock A. M. sel llxtures An unusual complaint of the crow ing a session of the probe committee, some piece you cannot use tovn, attended the funeral or Mrs. R. C. open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wedxiua iroin ..National iiaiiKS (not recess over the eard rates being $07,000. at public auction to the highest and best pest prevails. serve airents) Many attack the grain Chairman Wilson said: 10.3G3 23 nesdays and Fridays. Subject for next bidder, the following described tract of In answer to this testimony the attorney Boggs on Monday. oanKs uuciium in the field, which the farmers feel they and bankers. Trust land, viz: Beginning at a stake on a R. E. Turley and son, Spears, at Sunday at 11a. m.. "Jesus Christ." The "The proceedings tonight before the and Savtncs Hanks Companies, of the company explained that the can ill spare. Kentucky Statutes Committee investiga- Hue from approved reserve acents 50,126 29 branch corner to Cal. Sowers, thence overcharges were due to mistakes tended the Automobile show in Cincin public is cordially invited to any and all 139 15 new line to No. 3, N. SG's, E. 13oo MAIN STREET ting the State Board of Health was con- Checks nnil other cash Items RICHMOND, KY services. 6,400 00 chains to a double locust on a ridge, on the part of the employes, and that nati, Ohio, last week. Doctors to Fight 5Iim Waist fined to hearing the final argument for .Notes of other .National banks papercurrency, nickels thence S. st W. 9 chains to a stake on Miss Mabel Mason, of Lancaster, was all bat 20 per cent of them had been re anu cents both sidPS and to blocking out the pro2183 Next Number Lecture another ridge, thence S. 51' E. 7.5 The wasp-lik-e waist is returning. positions to be incorporated into the final iiiwiui money reserve in uanK viz funded. This means that the over a guest of her parents in this county Specie $19,105 00 chains to a locust S. 5D, E. 4.5 to a Course. News from Paris says that soon the report of the committee, the committee r 3.000 notes charged patrons who did not complain several days last week. 22J03 00 locust, thence N. 32, E 5.57 chains to a will file a written report involving the Redemption fund with U. S. Treas (3 per cent of circulation) of the extortion and demand restitution The next number of thalecture course gowns imported to this country will following propositions: 5,000 00 stake, thence down a ridge S. 737i E. 10 jar. ana Jirs. j. a. Kaydon were . .- . r chains to a stake near a water gap and were cheated ont of more than 818,000 guests last week of Misses Lucy and Ida win ue given on .ine evening oi Jionuay, have small waists and that women Total $333,958 52 a drain thence up said "First It will report House Bill 74, drain S. 42, W. March 11. The speaker will be Dr. again will be lacing tight and squeezing known as tho Herrington bill, adversely it it a poor defence lor corporations Morris at College Hill. LIABILITIES 0.50 chains, S. 20's. W. 4 chains, S. 3CVs that return sueh enormous profits to Messrs. Alex, and Henry Harper and Byron W. King, of Pittsburg, Pa., and into dresses with waists that ordinarialy and will commend the presont law as to Capital Stock paid In $1I,000 00 W. 15 chains, S. 3S's. E. C chains to his subject "AH the World's a Stage," nnly girls of 10 could wear- - The waist the appointment of members of the State west side of pike, S. 55, W. 8.9 chains, their stockholders as the express com Thomas Norris have been visiting the Shakerpeare's Undivided profits, less expenses S. 8G, W. 7.5 chains to a large beech on paaies have paid to admit that they Misses Norris view of the world and its line that for a time was lost is being now Board of Health by the Governor. and taxes paid 9,297 22 at College HilL corner to Sanders said south side "Second It will submit in have incompetent employes, and it is noDle. This lecture Dr. Crahha r- - marked distinctly by the creators of recommendation the question a qualified rtiuiuuui oaiiK notes outstanding 98,700 00 & Schooler,ofand topike No. 1, thence line lot J of removMrs. Edward Powell is quite ill at her as the star of the course. Dr fashion. With that announcement how- ing tho Health Department from Bowl- Due to State and private banks notorious that no corporations in Amer cards to No.l, N. CVs, W. 0.5 chains to a stake ana bankers 919 go She is suf King is a matchless orator and his work ever doctors are planning a campaign ing Green to Frankfort. At present ica, so underpay their employes as the home on West Main street. in drain down same N. 87, E. 4 chains, the iiiuiviuuui deposits suoject to check. 2G1JS S3 N. 70. E. 3.4 chains, N. 713A chains. E. express oompMtes. The more light fering with bronchial pneumonia. is scholarly and artistic in every respect. and lhe Prospects are that a war be- - committee is opposed to such removal. n i:jicckm omsianainc uninci isi si 2.9 chains to a stake in drain N. 54, W. "Third The committee will com- Postal savings deposits that is thrown on the inner workings of Mr. Hart Perry, of Richmond, was the This fiumber is not listed on Hid 'ticket tween tile dictators or fashion and tho 1.011 so lo.v clialns to a stake at the head of guest of his cousin, Miss Grace but is given as a complimentary lecture Physicians will be waged. Doctors are mend in its report the State Board of Reserved for taxes express companies the greater ap week-en- d the drain thence down said drain N. 04, AY. Total against the small waist. The makers Health, with its subordinate depart.S33S.93S 52 11.10 chains to an elm, thence N. 55, W. pears the necessity of placing them West and the Misses Hunter Jessa to those holding season tickets. These ments, and pronounce it proficient and State of Kentuckv I 7 chains, N. 52, W. 0.7 chains to a stake under government regulation and pro mine News. tickets should be presented at the door. of fashions say that the slim waist adds satisfactory in the matter of its health County of Madison 83 in line to viding heakhy competition in their n, !... in branch and same down whole tract. Misses Edna and Norma Giunchigli- - Single tickets fifty cents tickets on sale to the grace and effectiveness of the work. I. Rout. R. Burnnm. thence dress and they are determined to swing "Fourth The committee will recom- named bank, do solemnly swear that the N. lOVi.lino to chains. N. said branch business by the establishment of the ani came home from Cincinnati Satur-- 1 at Middelton's and Perry's. E. 5.2 34Vi. E. mend that the State Examiner and In- uuutcpiuiciiiciu w irae to tne best ot my chains, N. 11, E. 5 chains to the place of it back into popular favor. parcels post under the proper distance day to attend the funeral and burial of spector hereafter make examination of Robt R. Burnam. Cashier. beginning, containing 100 acres. Basket Ball. regulations that will build up a few Mrs. R. C. Boggs. the Stale Board of Health and its finanSubscribed and sworn to before me, this baid land will be sold in three parcels Keeps Plans of Kentucky communities at the expense of the rest cial conditions as examinations of other me eastern hoys nave been playing Mr. Ben Hurst, of the Richmond and then as a whole and the bid or bids . W. Crrmkf. Vnnn. T.,l,i: departments of State government and of the country Lexington Leader. My Commission Expires Jan. 29, 1914 producing the most money will be ac Iasl ball this week, meeting Heating and Plumbing Co., and little 80,1,0 Roads Secret the Htale institutions is made. cepted and an accurate description will Lorrect- - Attest: son Nelson, are attending the Antnmn. fans Uigtt bchool Thursday and the The wxxchbstkb News, owned and Gen. T. Coleman Du Pont, although W. L. CRUTCJIER "The report will conclude with cerbe given on the day of sale of said three State University Freshmen Saturday, bile show in Cincinnati this week. N. . DEATlfERAGE tain other recommendations as to the edited by Cokrael R. R. Perry and parcels. WALLER BEXXETT The Paris boys had a strong team and now a Delawarean through and through, expenses of the investigation." March and Douglas have a special TbUiU: Said land will be sold on a daughter. Miss GoWie Perry, has been has a warm spot for Kentucky, his Directors quite a lot oi skill, but they were not credit of six and twelve months' time. See advertise sold to Lucten Beckaerand CCRobbins. message for the ladies. native State. He demonstrated this quite good enough for the local lads xne purchaser being required to ex The Kews will be independent in poll mem elsewhere in this paper. Don't who won ecute sale bonds bearing six per cent in by a score of 25 to 20. Cecil when he confirmed a statement that he Uos and will be edited by Mr. Beckner. forget the dates, March 4 and 5. terest from day of sale until paid with Simmons starred in scoring making four intends to build good roads in Kentucky approved security and lien retained on Mr. Bobbins will aot ai business man Mrs. IL P. Kuhn and little Marie teen points on field goals. and present them to the State. This Broaddus also the property sold to secure tho payment ager. Elmer have returned to their home in played a good game getting two goals follows his plans to construct a $2,000,000 ot tne purchase money. . , . . s' boulevare the length of Delaware, 103 Louisville, after a i. visit to i H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. The sympathy of the entire nation aimseit ana not allowing nis lorward a miles, as a gift to that Commonwealth. gees out to the people of Houston, Mrs. Kuhn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. single one. Amil Lorisch. Saturday night was the big fight,how- - The boulevard will probably be virtually At thesamo time and place the under Texas, in this their hour of great dishon asked in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Raydon and little ever, for everyone expected the State completed this year. signed will sell seven acres of land ad aster. That they will be equal, how oining the above described boundary ever, to the emergenoy and come forth daughter, Dorothy, and Messrs. Alex. boys to simply walk away with the what portion of Kentucky he proposed On this seven acres is TONIGHT PHOTO PLAY PROGRAM cottago just built and a new seven-roo- occup and Henry Harper left last week for game. Every one of the Normal boys uj ouuu moaera roaas, ne pointed a more glorious than ever we have no ready for Bloomington, Illinois, to make that city played like fury and fast was no name finger of warning. "If I were to an Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson TONIGHT v ou la man e a good country resi ancy. doubt. . nounco just where in Kentucky I have dence for anyone that might buy the their future home. for the contest "Out of the Shadow" In the Comedy Sketch Broaddus was the Afteb 100 years a building on Nas planned to construct goods," ho said, entire larm or would go won with one "Red Cloud's Sacrifice" Miss Orie Perkins entertained a num particular star, getting three goals and "The Man from Indiana" or two of the divided parcels. All of sau street. New York, once owned by ber of her friends Saturday evening at in addition playing all over the floor. "the mails would not hold all tho letters mis land is rertllo and will produce tho Aaron Burr and used by him for his law I would receive on the subject. Build very best quality of tobacco. near Valley View. THURSDAY Delight At the end of the first half, the score was office, is to some down, to make way her home ers without Anita Link , would write and Terms made known on day of sale. "A Tale of a Soldier's Ring" iui reiresnmenu were served and a 11 to 8 in fovor of Eastern, but in the many others number come lor a modern struoture. would and see me. Minsik B. Jackson. Singing and Dancing" Comedienne last half the State took a brace and manmost enjoyable evening was spent. "The Elks' Parade" aged to finish at the big end of a 19 to 18 I cannot make my plans public now, but Retbesbxtativb Oscar Uxderwood, Miss Carj' Rice was the guest of Miss score. If the Normal bovs had iust I soon may be able to do so." He is in FRIDAY Architect's Notice. of Alabama, majority leader of the Mayday Logan for the dance in Nicho- tossed a few more free throws, thev earnest in the matter. The General re- "Indian Maid's Sacrifice" House, Saturday formally I am prepared to draw plans for entered las ville on Wednesday night, and was ferred t0 ,he fact that he bas larGe min LAST HALF OF WEEK line-u- p would hap won easily. "As Fate Decreed" the race for the Democratic nomina- the guest of friends buildings and remodeling of all kinds. in Lexington for for Eastern was as follows: The ing interests In Kentucky. The miltion for the presidency. Little tho European Trapeze Will also furnish estimates or superin Mrs. Hughes dance on Friday night. l-2c Forwards C. Simmons and S.Turley lionaire president of the Du Pont Pow. tend construction of such work. Phone Artist and Contortionist SATURDAY r xt r. der Company has a high regard for the The Legislature is now "on the home The many friends of Mr. R. C. Stock oeuier ji. u. xiamm. ' "Totem-Marr- " 101. Orders left for mo at The Cuujuc Guards O. Dye and K. Broaddus. State of his birth. stretch." Only eleven more working ton will regret to learn that ho is quite oflBco will receive prompt attention. "Pathe Weekly Current Events" Officials Rerere Coach Wilson. days until March 12. The day for ad sick with pneumonia. His condition at Umpsre J as. Park. Double Act to be Announced Later f N. B. Ttrarrs. "The Wrong Patient" Brighter Days in Store for To jaurHraeai jiaroti is will be "go hour of going to press is unchanged, but home day. :irst LaSrippe, Then Bron- his legion of friends hope for a speedy NLWBY. bacco Growers. recovery. chitis.- Conference For Education in has rented her I The Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer has the following anent the tobacco situ Such was the caso with Mrs. W. S V farm 10 R006 Long, Mrs. Newby has the South. .rbb Bailey, McCreary, Ky. "My wife was The next Conference for Education in day for an extended Southern trip. Mrs. bought the Norris property in Rich-- 1 ation which wo give for what it may be worth, hoping that it may mean competaken down with a severe attack of lathe South will be held at Nashville, Kellogg, who bas been quite sick for znond. tition the tobacco trade: "T. F. Ryan grippe, which ran into bronchitis. She Tenn., April 3, 4, and 5 next. The rail- several weeks, is considerably improved Mr and Mrs. Elvada Tudor are visit is nowin credited in Wall street with be-Icoughed as though she had consumproads have granted a rate of one and and this outing is taken with the hopes ing relatives in Lancaster, that Jt may restore her to perfect health. in conmlete control of the Amnrlmn tion and could not sleen at nicht. The one-ha- lf fare plus fifty cents. Tickets Misses Earl and Hallie Parke, of near Tobacco company, Her daughters. Miss Marie Louise, will doctor's medicines gave her no relief coufirmine wfli be on sale from March 30, to April and I was advised to try Foley's Honey board at Madison Institute, while Miss ttlchmond, visited Professor and Mrs. predictions made when he entered the 6 inolusive, and will be good returning and Tar Compound. The first bottle Alice Clark Kellogg will be with her f 8 Broslc trom Friday until Monday, direciorate of the corporation that it -save her so much relief that she con- to April 20. This will be one of the Miss Elma Million, of Covington, is I would bo only a question of time when U1 W II inued using it and three bottles ef fe H tir greatest educational gatherings ever grandmother In Lexington. fected, a.permanent cure." Mr. W. S. he would dominate it. James Buchanan l-held in this country. Speakers of interMiss Ella Henry is at home, after a visitlnS Wends and relatives here. 2c iley:saysjhels prepared to answer all years tne leading a number of relatives and L'Uke Ior lweniy-iiuUe national reputations will be on the pro- isit in Richmond. ...Miss Jane Dotv is inquines.promptiy.. spirit in the great combination, which gram. A large delegation should attend at home, after a pleasant visit to thelInen(l8 attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary and Margaret Miller, of Low Woods at Lexington, February 14 he practically created, is retiring from 30-- 3 1. Misses from Kentucky. A" v Strawter Hood Is- - mingling with the presidency of the corporation to bo succeeded by Perclval S. HilL a vice friends here. president of the company. Those Miss Geneva Willoughby is visiting changes are said to bo due to the permends here. sonal influence of Mr. Ryan, who has Rev. Taylor, of Richmond, filled his been appointing men of his own choos appointment at the Baptist church here ing in the Americsn Tobacco company Sunday, to displace officials who had been se Prof. W. B. Brock is getting nicely lected by Mr. Duke from his friends in t with bis school at Runyon Grove. J his native State of North Carolina. In Is the Acwe of Perfection leaving the American Tobacco com MSBeulah Smith has returned home. . r. WrtfeM. Ml, kr Ike Mufert MYwtWiTc uu.kot wim iutjiaui spring 4ltw a pleasant visit with Mrs. Leslie pany, Mr. Duke will become chairman Kuspies uireci irom ine lactory, arm be with as J Green, of Lexington. n 01 the Tobacco com1 M Jb casts dark shadows ahead for him wkn ., r .. r . Trv,, u-lie Tador & Brooks sold their crop of to- - PBy.UU . i?e ba"DMS of proviae icr me luture. Kv .not dnin n - :sa?rw 5Ck ipnacipany in wnwa. AiMtraua, uanada . baceoatthe J.Tl.i a natural, ana must pay the cost'-t- be man witkrvur a Ibanlil 13 i We Invite you to call and make an inspection. The "I"1"" en basket , ,, , . r"1" a couiraeis wun inecia American account has dread ahead r. w i.i. wSuiw UttinnirrnTnr, 17im Medium Bust Corsu. Every ndr L JCfa. JUthMJilto i tuning school now r .i n,M.L,. .unwtxvrji. I ...... .... IBVTV. 0 . ,.t American, ta which event .rMt the rmmmtem, mw WM into tk ml- - &tht m&v be axtMCUd tetwata Vr. With i wmtM iattar-- rteUr, Mm. 'A. I Rvan and Mr. Duke for tha control at I tW Infra.) hnttiwu at IkU mnatn tsmm. Opposite Glyndon Hotel OWEN McKB.E PERSONAL The Richmond Climax. Why Not Build a Home This Year j IT c, l-- c. l-- c, ji ji Todd Edwards Lumber Co. Watch Repairing: e-- r Madison National Bank Commissioner's Sale! -- Saturday, .- e diua-unupnvai- F. J. YEAGER Legal-tende- 1 1 . 1 1 'Phone 357 and Save Money on FLOUR LARD Za two-week- ... THE - BIG - SHOW Thursday, Friday and Saturday GROCERIES Gold Medal, 24 lb sack Zaring's or Mary, 24 lb sack OPERA HOUSE m 70c 75c iC-lg- Pure Leaf Lard, per pound 12 31-t- MEAL ri" Per bushel $1.00 - ne FALLS ON HI LIDHTI AM iI J w Parisian ..Dit Mm i. Lenox Soap, 3 cakes for Rolled Oats, 10c package for New England'Mincemeat, package Three 5c boxes. Matches Crfsco, 25c can for - 10c 7 I 2c 7 10c 20c 12c 12c - SJomatoes, 15c can for cans for Model Corset 4tt Mi Potatoes, 15c can for 25c 25c British-America- Viu, iUok Coetld J iu uj tw w.f l, T h, f:isf Salmon, per can Wti Navy Beans 13c 1 im riJljJL Jm i March and Douglas S Bank & Trust 1). McCollom Si Co. "The Little Store andlivine-st-s the Price" Richmond, Kentucky. Telephone 375 Two of Our Leaders -- SUC Km & REVIVED Piacotf r That Mkmi FammamMmmU Fabric Dollr The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs News rope are to hire tie restsrattea of the poasmr Japanese silk fabrics la large supply Ed greater beantr '' ever 'before. It is claimed that an expert cossected with the Full Spinning com-Ps-y has discovered a chemical process which wffl he a great boon to the rpiaBers and also to the admirers c Japanese Hk. While Japaaese sericsltsre was jet tie to the North ToaHcs Ckizm. et America and Ea r k-tbe cuBioiisarrs OF HISTORY COLOMCL BLOOO, AVOID HARSH DRUGS Many Cathartics Tend to Cause Injury to the Bowels. If you are subject to esBstipaUee, yea should avoid sires; drags aad cathartics. They ealy give temporary aad their react iea is harmful aad sssaetisxes moreaaBeyiag thaa They m no way effect a cure aad their teadescy is to weakea the already weak ergaas with which they cesse ia cestui. We heaestlv believe that we have the best cosstipatieo treatment ever de vised Our faith ia it is so streeg that we seH it ea the positive guarantee that it shall not cost the user a cent if it does not give entire saUsfaciiea and completely resaedy coastipatiea. This preparatiea is caHed RexaX Orderlies. These are prompt, soothing and most effective ia actios. They are made of recent chemical discovery. Their principal iasredient is odorless, tasteless aad colorless Combined with other well knows isgredie&ts. To&g estab lished for their usefulness ia the treatment of cscsUpalieo, it forms a tablet which is eaten just Bke candy. Thev may be taken at any time, either day ex night, without fear of their eaur&g any i&coaveBieece whatever. Theyde not gripe, purge, aer cause aausea. They act without causing any paia or excessive looseness of the bowels. They are re-K- ef Tarty Eak mmmmk aaBmmmCimlmiCj 'mmLaV Jssk Cobb A In Defense of His Country aad heae George WashiagtaB waa tsase aad beaor. as weH as ay Us troth a Taeaer aad the "cherry tree icoldeat. Oar uae has beea amWaseii truth aba ia ear deaMags wHh thg wfca aava pro awed r pareaase sC fazaas, Taames aad baMmg lata m Madbaa adrke ia the eosaty. Cetebrata Wuhtagina Tmrtaday by vferjtfaf saate at tke STEALER. CftOM Ingbest type of wocnaabood. Oae is a prisitlve The Syracuse Hill Side Plows and Repairs was used to so tea the cocoes, before it was spec Into thread. Later the spinner succeeded ia settles out & this. scapHke substance, which the Jong-fewant "with some success; bat the difflculty was that it weakened the fabric and took, away the natural luster. Thus Japaaese nv has been steadily losing the pop clarity it ence enjoyed and its market has from tise to time beea encroached epen hj the Italian prodect. Mr. Inouye has sow hit epos, a method o strengthening the elasticity and strength of the fabric, and at tie same time greatly facilitating the spinning Into thread. One xaore benefit from this process will be that manufacturers will be able to obtain 13 per cent, more produce thn by the lt condition no chemical Scott's Emulsion is the highest type of curative food. The nourishing and iImvmr, hi vrtf nrf a nephew visited the Tewer f LaWon and wren shewn ssea! aljhta fey the keeper. While vlewlnt ifce reyal regalia the lady fcH suddenly IK. aad iy y A. W. MACY. la 1179 a us unity T cossti-palie- s. yca-per- ty we have ea sale was taken to th keeper's Ifv-i- nj Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. ful-fiB- ed curative elements in perfectly combined that all (babies, children and adults) are equally benefitted and built up. Be mm to get SCOTT'S Scott's Emulsion are so it's the Standard tad the ofiscgra Utt. AU. OAUGSiSTS u--n ouglas, Simmons k Deatherage The 5econd Street Hardware Store way. Furthermore, the new substance an antlgenn and an ti corroding elect, and win cot injure the hands of operatives. Some time ago as American is reported to ha Ye discoTered a chemical compound which would preserve silk; and this is said to be something ritr.flar In com position to the Japanese InTention. Under Difficulties cf the keeper's wife and daughter. This was the beginning cf an Intimate friendship- between the two families, and of a love affair between tiie nephew and the keeper's pretty daughter. Seme time afterward the clergyman, the nephew and a third man went to the Tower ta complete arrangements for the wedding. The third man had never seen the v)yal regalia, so the keeper took the party ta see It. As he waa lifting H out cf the chest he was seized and gassed by two cf the men, while the third made eff with the crown. The alarm was given, and the thieves were captured and th crown recovered Just outside the gate. The "clergyman" proved ta be CcL Thomas Blood, a noted outlaw, and the others his accomplices, it was never publicly known what Blood Intended to do with the crown, or why King Charles granted full pardon ta all engaged in the robbery. (Ccpyztzht, rocm. where she quickly under the Madly mlala-trattc- as Local and Long Distance Telephoned G"S& Richmondy Building Time Will Ky DANDRUFF GOES "Quickest Dandruff Cure World Has Ever Known. Ifyoa waatte get rid of daadrad ia the shortest posaidle time get a bottle ef PAPISIAX SAGZ taTav asd sse it- 5eskla faaifa- - dandruff aad asak- tag your scalp itamaculateiy cteav, PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to step falliag hair aad itchiag scalp aad impart Hfe aad beauty to the hair. Oae of Rochester's most popwwr bar bers writes: "GnsTuutsx I am a barber of years experieaee, have ased maay tbiags for hair but never Jeaad anything equal to PARISIAN SAGE far removing daadraC It is aka a spfeadM hair dressing aad quickly stops keaiag scalp. I have used H for the last three years." T. D. SmHh, Chamber of Commerce buitdmc. Recaester, X. Y., M-te- soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. AH All work guaranteed. orders left at this ofifce will reach me Farmer Uake rear borne as modem for tout familv as a atT ret ptsee yearseli in x position to t the litest market quotations a - i 1 bis cm ee acconipiianea ox means 01 our telephone semce, wee : .2- i roar seiebber can t for a sum that is email compared with the ben ved. Call er address oar nearest office or write direct to headquarters ".; e, Teanessee. for information regarding oar special "farmers Lines ' I a: pretest yoa are not enjoying telephone service, vre can immediatply Maes cover me states et h.entnerr. iennessee, ilususjpD "cry a, v Rural Telephones i' -e . OYSTERS RODE IN TAXICABS an, by Joseph B. Bowiea) AND ITCHING idea for children, weak. deKcale persons aad aged people, as nea as far the most hearty person. They come ia three siie packages, lea tablets 10c; thirty-si- x tablets, 23c; eighty tablets, 50c. Remember, yea caa obtain them oaly at our store The Resall Store. PerrT's drag store. ; -;- and the soetfiern portion oi xncuana ana Jjnnojs. 0r iAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our semce is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a cus: : : : : : tomer. D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney to Tate & Sob S accessor E. Main Street Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was ' so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a b:ttle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Cardui WamanisTonic Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor-k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about IxS&ckJlasZB-tba- it He knows. He sells it Vrtitta- - Ldt"aad L. AiT-ior- T ft MuScint Co, Ouniaoorx. Teca bocl.Kosle Trtataea far Wccaes. seat tree. J3i Gttooci and New Trying to go through the Held York Frenchmen Craved Them museum has become a sort of for Dinner. with McGinnis. It Is at once a recreation, a dissipation, a lure and a disB. Lv Bowles is an express agent of appointment Qncsnal patience. He spent the last Years ago It dawned upon m that day of the year cold, but hopeful, on going through the museum was & duty the French line pier, answering tele- he .owed hlrrself and his city. So, phone calls from three French restau- condescendingly one day while out for rants, and merely smiled when, for a walk he said to himself that he the thirty-fift- h time, a chef asked might as well drop in. about "the oyster." McGinnis had also something of the "Please. La Lorraine, where Is he feeling of the amateur when he found with the oyster?" said the impatient a sign up saying that the museum was chef. closed for repairs. He walked away "She is still down the bay." said with his respect tor the institution inBowles. "I think she trill be here be- creased as one's respect always Infore six." creases for the unattainable. If he "What is it the diners win do if the could have walked right in he proboysters do not cone!" ably never would have thought any "When the chefs called up again Mr. thing more about if, but his curiosity Bowles had not time to answer. He was now aroused. Bight at hand was was bnsy with the customs officials ar- a wonderful collection of ranging for the release of the oysters. things and he was puzzledinstructive to know which were In sacks. why people persisted in talking about "Are these things brought here for stocks and ocean trips and the cost breeding purposes?" asked the Inspec of beefsteak and dairy products Intor. stead of holding up their hands and N -- o, saw Bowies. "They are exclaiming over the marvels at their marennes gates. French oysters, called vertes for eating purposes. There When his cousin John came to town are about two hundred Frenchmen In McGinnis clapped him on the shoulthis town who want to eat these oys der. "And now." he said, "well go and ters tonight with their New Tear's see the Field museum!" dinner. I've got 200 dozen of them Cousin John was glad to go. Both and three taxi cabs are ready to take of them, however, became so interestthem to the restaurants. ed In the cases of Pompelan relics and At T:-- 5 p. m, when the tail cabs Roman bronze as one goes in that had gone north with the oysters. Mr. it was closing time before they knew Bowles went into a booth and talked It. to the three chefs at once. The Those bathtubs certainly were thanks that came simultaneously over great!" Cousin John said that night. the wire were too profuse and mud- To think that those old boys really dled to permit of translation. New took baths the same as we do!" York Tribune. McGinnis' brother-in-lawas better educated, so when some months later McGinnis started out to tne museum Novel Way to Rest. with him In tow McGinnis felt he was It seems Imperative for a certain going to have a treat. Having seen member of the family to rest an hour the first cases before, McGinnis took after the noon meal each day. The great pride In pointing out to his relweather had grown mild, and to draw ative the old frying pans and vases the shades so as to exclude the light and pitchers incrusted with lava. kept out the air also, so the siesta "Over here," he said, "are a couple lost much of its refreshing Quality. of bathtubs, too, that they dug up on A thick pad of absorbent gauze a Pompelan estate " "Sorry," said the attendant, hours some eight inches long and four Inches wide was finished with an elas- later, tapping McGinnis on the shoultic band Just tight enough to hold the der, "but it's closing time." pad securely. This was slipped into "It does beat all," McGinnis said aa they started reluctantly homeward, place over the eyes. Days when the eyes burned or ach- "how much time one can waste Just at ed a compress wet with cool salt and the very start! Didn't you see some water was placed under the pad, and stuffed elephants or something farther eyes and nerves were soothed at the back? Well have to try again some same time. By the last named means day!" The brother-in-lahowever, had to the eyes were strengthened and the and McGinnis crow's feet indicative of eye strain leave unexpectedly started out alone. Blpps met htm on were ironed out. Harper's Bazar. the way and said he'd like to go, too. McGinnis laid a straight course In tne direction of the huge elephants a mile Dead Slang. Is there anything so dead as dead or so farther back, but Blpps collared slang? It must be Quite fresh, or it him. "Look at those old Roman things!" offends the nostril. And no one should "Fancy talk slang without the assurance that he cried enthusiastically. It is both Infantile and immortal. John their being actually used thousands of Galsworthy is modern. And in "The years ago!" There s eome elephants back Han of Property" he produces the slang expression of the eighties. "A there," McGinnis protested. "I'm told daverdy woman." It is a term of con- the collection of stuffed wild an'fna tempt for a woman. But is there any has no equal In the world ' "Jlmlny!" chortled Blpps. "Look at one bora in the eighties who could Explain that slang term, or remem the bronze tables and things! And If bers it? Ton must get your slang here aren't a couple of bathtubs! Say, resh there is little of it that stands those are blggern curs today a fel low could take a regular swim " the tinned preservation. "And cases of butterflies from India and Africa and China," pursued the Justifiable Suspicion. ?Tn In anxious McGinnis. "Like their color." T guess I must be getting old." They must have had oodles of wa "Why do you think so?" "A pretty girl dropped one of her ter In those days," said 'Blpps. "Say, gloves on the sidewalk this morning how'd you like a bath "And Egyptian tiles and Inscriptions and I permitted another man to beat ana niras irom tne moon, I guess. me to it" Change of Fortune. Snicker They used to have trou ble keeping the wolf from the doer. Rocker Now they have trouble kMplxg the Welsh-rabbi- t from it They Were From France DANDRUFF Scalp Yield to Zemo Treat ment "Why should you continue to experi ment with salves, greasy lotions and fancy hair dressings tryisg to rid your scalp of germ life? They can't do it, because they cannot peaetrate to the seat of the trouble and draw the germ life to the surface of the scalp and de stroy it. Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? One that wilt do this. We have remedy that will rid the scalp of germ life and in this way "will cure DAN DRUFF and ITCHING SCALP. This remedy is ZEMO. a clean, re fined, penetrating scalp totic that goes right to the seat of the trouble and drives the germ life to the surface and destroys it. A f hampoo with ZEMO ANTISEPTIC SOAP aad one application of ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of dandruff and scuri. Do not hesitate, but get a bottle of ZEMO today. It acts ou new principle and will do exactiy what we claim for it. Sold aad endorsed at Perry's drug store. It has losg been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty wellduring the first term of office, and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast your vote for R. Is. Terrill for it to the office of County Court Clerk. Uncle Eben. His record is open for the closest inspec "De man dat expects to git sumptn' tion, tf fob coffin'." said Uncle Eben. "generally makes a mighty risky Investment Boarders Wanted. of time an' trouble dat ought to be Good clean rooms and good table. Ap worth coasId"able." ply to Mas. Cltde Pcxxess, 31-- lf 331 Meberly avenue. Do you know that more real danrer lurks in a common cold than in anv other of the minor ailments? The safe way is to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prepara tion, and rid yourself of the cold as quickly as possible. This remedy is for sale by an dealers. Stronghold of Wasps. An extraordinary nest of wasps waa discovered lately on the Bedfordshire (Eng.) estate of Lord AmpthllL where a man. using three wire wasp traps, has caught over 4.000 wasps. The nest consisted cf six tiers, which stood six end a half inches high, and measured eight and a half Inches across. The ceils contained grubs and young wasps in different stages of growth. fT-l- m His Age Against Him. Xew Yorker That elghty-year-ci- d who had lived for seven years In tns June 27. 1311." streets and was then sent to the poor, PARISLVX SAGE is soW by II. L bouse may die of the luxury ot his Perry ia Richmond aad druggists new surroudings. He Is pretty old to everywhere for SJc. bo changing his mode of life. Domestic Economy. American Medlct&e says that The 5ound 5Ieep of Good lupply of housewives is falling the off and young men delaj marriage beHealth Is not for these suileri- a- from kidney came of the decreasing purchasing power of the dollar. Nevertheless, ailments aad irregularities. The prompt we know a cf. fellows who never use of Foley's Kidney Pitts will dispel knew what lot purchasing power of the backache and rheumatism, heal and a dollar was until they carried. streagthea sere, weak aad aiticg kidneys, restore normal action, and with it WOMEN WITH PILLS. health aad stresgth. Mrs. M. F. Spals-berSterHag. I1L, says: "I suffered great pais in my back aad kidaeys. Be Cured By Simply Taking could aot sleep at night, and could not Sugar Coated Tablets. raise my haBds over my head. But two CoBStipatien, tight detains: aad bottles of Foley's Kidney Pills cured womea's ordeals caase piles. Womea tne. roleys Kidney lilts nave my saffer piles more than men and aH wtt For sale bv be grateful to knew of a suceessfai heartiest eadorsemeat. n-iStcoklsa fc Son. remedy ia tablet form that brings a CooX In Need. A cure without cuttiag, use of salves r Husband "Did cook yen hired suppositories; This guaraateed remedy show upt" Wife "Xo. Wasat It for- is HEM-BOISold by MMaelwa m tunate? Another one rang our bell Richmond aad all ilruirytets; 31 for by mistake. looking for Mrs. Glllet, days. treatment lasting tweoty-foe- r next door, and I've kept her Instead." Dr. Leaaaank Co . Staiiea 8, Baaala, Harper's Bazar. X. Y , Proprietor. Write for booklet. Hcse or The People's 5tock Remedy A Xew Rochelllte Hosiery. yard needwhose keeps your stock fat and healthy and ed fall attention, called at the hardfree from disease. ware department of a New York stora An Established Fact The People's "I am In need of some lawn hose." he Poultry Remedy contains every in- said. "Try the hosiery department, gredient necessary for the production of second floor." responded tho young lady In charge. 30- eggs. Ricmtccro Drug Co. y. m :::::: Jeff Stone LEEDS W. L. and Decorator Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF Rfchmond. Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Sampras Submitted to Your Own Home New York : Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRLN06 ME te This is the season of the year waea mothers feel very mttch concerned ever tne ireooeat cetds eeatracted ay taetr chiidrea, and have abaadant reason for it as every cold weak ess the luacs. lowers the vitality aad paves the way tor tne more serious disease taat so often fallow. Chambertaia's Conga for its sad is A Warning Against Wet FeeL Remedy is famous to take. eures, sate by pleasant aad safe Far Wet and chilled feet usually affect the all dealers. mucous membrane of the nose, throat Remember, Toe Cuuax OtSce and lungs, and tasrippe, bronchitis or pneumonia may result. Watch care prints all kinds of loose leaf work for fully, particularly the children, and for the new ledgers aad Wes. Try as with tf the racking, stubborn coughs give an order. Foley's Honev and Tar Compound. It soothes the inflamed membranes and heals the cough quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagel, Kreb, Wis., says: "I always give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to my children. It cures their coughs and colds aad they like to take it. f7-lStocktox & Sox. fT-l- m rfETE TO is. Richmond's Quality m Meat Market The chances are a mi i in" "Sorry," Those bathtubs certainly get me," insisted Blpps dreamily. "Look at the effect of the atmosphere on them! To think that maybe Nero took a bath said and" VAPOR TREATMENT For Catanh, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat and chitis. Bron- , Both, are eliminated by the H Remington7! 5 Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (Wahl Aiding, MechaaiMR) The machine which reduces labor savifl&bMK. every operation Hj i Everybody knows that HYOilEI a few times a day through the little hard rubber pocket inhaler will in short time drive out catarrh. Many people regularly use the vapor treatment at night in conjunction with the inhaler, claiming that it hastens re sults. This is the vapor treatment: Into bowl full of boiling water, pour a scant teaspoonful of II Y-OMEI, cover head and bowl with towe-and breathe for five minutes, the sooth ing, healing, antiseptic HYOMEI vapor. Try it when using HYOMEI for any nose or throat trouble. n HYOMEI is guaranteed by B. L. to put an end to eatarrh or moaey back. A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50c A complete outfit, which in cludes inhaler, 31. three-quarters Hid-delto- of writing and cakutatiag to a Kcdunical VISIBLE W RITING1 I j I A D D I N"G VISIBLE 1 f "When jou know of any marriages, births, deaths, accidents, sales of land, crop or slock, church news or lodge news, please telephone or write Thk Climax, so thai we can inform people ia other parts of "the country. We waul etean of every kiwi from every beaUty. if am Thii i Ji in i t oofcta than Rwm iirly. HI for ChMRberMiTs Ceuh attw s pla& re-It aete th iUBfs, epM Ike seenttaw. -aite ipeonUi; and restores lit eMtAittee. Fee sale Jhjr Um to a Twin k bo bettor Mdieise ade McGinnis stamped out, followed by Blpps still talking about the tubs. There's a cuttlefish back there somewhere, McGlaais growled, accusingly. Tweester saw It, to 1 know it's there. It has a. tall like aa aeroplane propeller and two rudders that extend back for yards! Yards. I'm telling you! And a relief map of I the moon that " They never could have got those Stops itching instantly. Cures piles. bathtubs into onu of our dinky mod eczema, salt rbeum, itch, hives, herpes, ern flats," was Blpps' triumptent coa sunburn Dean's Ointment. At any meat. drug store. McGinnis went absolutely aloae tke Bo Away With the II next time. He resolved to cut al Well, now, when all Is said and dearest friead If he interfered. after yoa recovered from that made a straight dash from the feat nt past the Romaa relics that he anyone of blues, aid it da you. er else, any good to have It? could see nights In hk steep aad tere Hah that hut at the last oae. madly for the treasures beyoad. Just aa he, sighted the Africa war elephaBts and caught a gUmpa eC a whole meaagerie of gorilkts aad saakea aas aad about a huudred doors lisstag Looking Through. UAo other efitertatemeaU Same Lift man grabbed his Our list or paints you will be amaze Oh, Mr. XcGtaalcr she mm. "I'm at the many rarities for special uses. glad I met you! I've got to write a paper for our elab Mt Pomp!- There Are Pakvts For Every stupM! Woat days aad Pm Purpose. ye omm back with 1st From the usful water paints for cellar H tfcoea aad tell me what walls, barns, etc., to the finest of old thtacs arc that tfceyT tMr and polishes for the furniture or op treat the rates ad read t piano. Ten us waat you want to uo auu aad thtacs to m? Ther are a eeaple ef TMttttitte Mure, toe, CUSTOMERS waat what my we'll supply the paint product with abay iatereetmg!" I i waat whoa ao tUrll k, aad, waits to do it that are waa aw bar m O ymt lot mom kaow may woat at me' pi joe Office For Rent fT-l- m ce an attendant while they were still looking at the bath tubs, "but it's closing time!" No Hcpe. "Well, how are you setting on with four admirer, Alice?" "Oh, I have given up all hope now. We got stuck Heavy, impure blood makes a mudily, In an elevator for three hours yester- pimply complexion, headache, nausea, dar and even that didn't make him indigestion. That blood makes you propose." weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood Bit ters makes the blood rich, red, pure f7-lrestores perfect health. The People's Stock Remedy. No Wedding Presents. At this season you should not be Those who are opposed to the giv- without a package of The People's ing of wedding presents will hall wit Stock Remedy: 25c and 20c approval the step taken by a very Cure that old sore, cut or wound by wealthy Chicago society girl. When her wedding invitatlona were issued applying The People's AntUeplic Heal they contained this sentence: "It Is ing Powders. Sold by Richmoud Dni; 30-t- f a special request that no gifts shall Company. be sent" Probably there are others Special Notice. who will follow her example. We call attention to "Climax Special When in need ot illacksmithing ia Clubbing Rates in another column. We any of its branches. Farming Imple- have succeeded in making arrangements ments. Buggies, Carriages, Vagons, whereby we can offer our friends exRubber tires &c get prices from R. E. tremely low prices. We can save you Miller, Union City. Ky. tf money on any magazine or paper you Cutting. want. ' Get our prices before placing The Thin One "And do you really your order elsewhere. tf. roll around the floor once a day for Chickens! Chickens!! the sake of losing a few pounds I Wonder what would happen if I tried itt" We have a few more Barred Plymouth The Fat One "Oh, you'd Just cut the Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale carpet." Puck. Now is the time to get your Pullets for spring eggs, our funeis oegin to jay Vote for R. B. Terrill for at five months old. We have Thomp to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his son strain. present administration. A. D. AXD C D. MlLUER, tf 22-t- f Richmond, Ky Enshrined Within the Heart. spark ot diWhen your doctor sees Perry's label It is significant of the vinity within us, that no matter how on your prescription he will be satisfied depraved one may be. one seldom fails to recognize and bold a certain respect for truth and Justice. m V1LIZATI0 CIVILIZATION the days to come, to be better provides man with means to than his savage ancestry who lived from day to day, or at best season to season, but civilized man by means of a bank account provides for the years to come. The farmer brought him here. And those other Httle pigs That stayed at home No doubt will be brought hare, too. We are headquarters fer GhoicePork Quality Groceries Await You Here Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 Second-s- t t. o. M Bank DO Orders ONLY Out-of-Town? & Trust Richmond, Kentucky. pd JOB PRINTING THE. CLIMAX employs FIRST-CLAS- S WORKMEN. Li Thieves There are robbers in your pastures and they are stealing yoor profits. U your sheep are laAasted with worms, yoa should atop th loss. Worass make poor wool, few lambs, lesa weight of aaottea. Theyatarvayoar stock, maka thorn aick aad aaaBy mB. Sheep FEEDING For Production of Eggs is one very essential point, which you shoaht never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay ualeos they are supplied with the material from whichiEggs are made. A Ilea is only a machine for making Eggs 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, This ml -o se-e-- o tne nto so-e-- o m mt a mo The People's Poultry Remedy Solduadef a gaafaatM to kau aad apt all frao atoaaoch aad inlaadaal worm. Will Fatah, hogs and stock in prill cow tip a, Tosmm too ajiuan. aoawpoaa Um fcalpa to potoaMaakUy. tea aa other won par hag or saaaa. UmW-Y-m wm aocQC carries wkhia itself every ingredient necessary for he Prodaatioa of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It k not only aa Egg Producer, but a TONIC which acts quickly upon every Tital part, keeping the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all. disease and producing a rapid growth of the fowL var-akh- es auriacuoaihrt 12 RICHMOND 3RTJG CO. BJuctt &Scin Ofltoe hky tolm. iner tt-t- f tripped wit water ad heal TwtHfladl BwMfcia tall W. D. Buckley & Co. The Climax $1 n-I- Wilim,aTaarW.aVaV a Year WANTED The The Rickmond Cliwi. wr Cftfflsissiofier's Sate! rmsum ekbi woimwt (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White MtmUr tf KENTUCKY THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Treas. Man on the ire Kathleen sUrred uneasily in the bis chair by the fire. A fitful wind had blown up to disturb a calm twilight. The girl glanced up at the clock and stifled a sigh. Her parents would not return for another two hours and Kathleen had begun to feel the loneliness of being In a house in the country with only a little yellow dog for companionship. Even Mlko had grown restless as he snoozed by the fire and Kathleen watched his little body tremble with Inward growls as tho creeking of a door or the gentle tapping of branches on the window disturbed his slumber. "Mike, If you were not such a nice little yellow dog I would wish you were a Great Dane or some ferocious beast so that I wouldn't feel so spooky. Kathleen turned again to her magazine but the steadily rising wind began to play haroc with her nerves and when the telephone clashed a loud ring she sprang from her chair In sheer fright. Kathleen went to the telephone but no answer rewarded her. The number bad not been rung, Central informed her. She returned to her chair but before she had seated herself another sharp ring startled her. Again no one had called the number. Kathleen spoke with asperity to Central. "The telephone certainly rang!" "Probably it Is the wind," came back from Central and Kathleen hung up the receiver. She went to her chair determined not to be disturbed again. The imperious ring did not come hut a gentle, regular tinkling of the bell continued. Mike still growled Inwardly hut Kathleen became absorbed In her Yoa Only Fel IIkkly K. Gkntkt, : : Pklntifl1 Forecast At Old Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. BJOOnrOBATED. PRESS ASIOCIATIOS led EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBUSPERS LEAGUE. SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TODACCO.WAREKOUSE CO. PRICK $1.00 Wants lo sell your tobacco. "Ve have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobaceo. PER YEAR IN ADVAKCK WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28 1912 STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE, AuBOHBcemeBS FOR SHERIFF Tho Climax is authorized to announco Elmer Deathcraco as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announco John F. Baldwin as a candidate tor Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. nn ntiHinriyjtrf to onnoutice X. B lnVKS n rnniliilnte for Sheriff of Mndison county, subject to the oction of the Demo cratic party. nn ntti liorirffl tn nnnnunce II. 21. rniA"K mniiiiti fnr Sheriff of Madi son county, subject to the action of tue Democratic party. n'.nmii.nitiv nnf Iinri7rf1 In announce VAN B. BENTOX a candidnte for Sheiitf of Madison County. euDjeet to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce H. C. Kico as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announco Judge W. ,K. Shackelford as a candito tho olllcc of date for County Judco of Madison county, sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announco S. A. D Jones as a candidate for County At torney of Madison county, subject to the action or the Domocratic party. .1 ... . T? TT ... ... .11 llllllVIUI.lt 1 .1 II .11111 !... . tn 'iiitiiinnrii il i ! "! t I.' 1." .l 'f ii o ii- .w. wM-.-r- f iiwiwjiii u m iii iioction- fnr frtntltv A. HnrtlM' of the Democratic subject tn the party. Wn nri Authorized to announce O. P. to Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo nrn mithnrixnil to announce Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT w. nr EDWARDS, tno announce BENJA mif linrirfMl candidate for Su. MIN F. ru.rintonrletit nf Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. to nnnounce Will. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Pnlilir Schools of Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER w.nn ntiflinrized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco Clyde Ratbchx a candidate for Jailer of Mad ison county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce Is? Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco W. Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. JARMAX a candidate for Assessorof Mad ison county, suujeci iu me utiiuu ui uic Democratic party We are authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject tome action oi me Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK Tho Climax is authorized to announce R.!B. Terrill as a candidate for tho office of County Clerk of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LaRueC. House n candidate for County Clerk fo Madison county subject to the action o Democratic party 1 1 T -Wnri-niitlinriiel CffVS US A TEIJIL PHONE 251. Digestive organs are weak" 4am.1t assimilate rood as they used to. Other organs act more slowly b& less effectually. Blood Is thin and nlnesrlRto. Renewal of strength does not equal the wear and tear of your system. That's what makes you feel old. Nothing in the world will tone and invigorate those vna.Tr. harlr-eHi- i. Ing organs, make rich blood and ere ato strength so quickly as VlnoL Ylnol Is not a secret nostrum, simply the medicinal elements of the cods' livers, with the useless nauseating oil eliminated, and tonic Iron added. Try a bottle of Vlnol with thn understanding that your money will be returned If It does not make you stronger, reel younger and give you an added interest in life. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Defendants S. Cottojt, &c Under and bv virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale rendered at the February Term of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action, the undersigned Master Commissioner of said court, will on LlI.UK vs. Saturday, March 9, 1912 bidder, the following described tract or land, viz: Beginning at a stake on a branch corner to Cal. Sowers, thence new line to No. 3, N. 801, E. 13wioo chains to a double locust on a "ridge, encaS. 7i W. 9 chains to a stake on another ridge, thence S. SVft, 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 8. 735 E. 19 chains to a stake near a water , gap and a drain tbenco un said drain S. 42. W. 0.50 chains, 8. 29' W. 4 chains, S.36'j W. lo chains, b. ay It, a. u chains to west side of pike, 8. 55, W. 8.9 chains. S. 80, W. 7.5 chains to a large beech on south side of said pike corner to Sanders & Schooler, and to lot No. 1, thence line to No.l, N. G1, W. 0.5 chains to a stake in drain down same N. 87. E. 4 chains. N. 70. E. 3.4 chains, N. 7l chains, E. 2.9 chains to a stake in drain N. 54, W. 15 3 chains to a stake at the bead of drain thence down said drain N. 01, 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 line to whole tract, thence line to samo down said branch N. 107v E. 5.2 chains. N. 34Vs. E. 7 chains, N. 11, E. 5 chains to the place of beginning, containing 100 acres. bald land will be sold in threo parcels and then as a whole and the bid or bids producing the most money will be ac cepted and an accurate description will be given on the day of sale of said three parcels. TKHMs: Said land will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months' ' time." The purchaser being required to ex- ecuto sale bonds bearing six per cent interest from day of sale until paid with approved security and lien retained on the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. H. 0. RICE, M. 0. M. C. C. The Royal Until Further Notice Prices Named on All Winter Weight Goods Overcoats at Price. 5uits, Heavy Pants, Heavy Underwear Sweater Coats, Warm Lined Gloves, Heavy Caps, Flannel 5hirts, Boots and Shoes, High Top Lace Boots all go at One-Ha- lf at pub'io auction to the highest and best on tho premises at 11 o'clock A. M. sell Richmond, Ky Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND. The School Teacher's Creed. KENTUCKY NEAR I. & K. DEPOT uaSity Groceries Await You Here A dollar saved is a dollar earned. Lam our dollars and be happy. There Is a comfortable sense of Safety in buying the best Your needs in quantity or quality we are prepared to supply :::::::: FOR . we have best Quality and Lowest Prices. Give us your order Seweii McKinney & Telephones 16 and 223 State Norma EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rnTTDCrC Preparatory, Stalo FREE ASK ABOtT IT. TUITION TO Certificate, Review, Special APPOINTEES Certifi- alA r.if. Dininma. CountV ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRAB BE, President, Richmond, Ky. (loin Ql to Build? umbcp LAHTOH-GOsULETOb IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR 1MB Incorporated COMPANY Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 r--"- - NoSIce! "" by ' Poultry Raisers ' "ill (Mera, CURES Gaoes, LimbernecR, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry hm oirA Mm Katie BrraM. Bwdtfam. Ky.. surr "I OTOm. nwmjiAeM an chick W hVltic the iiriy. Diihiin. Kr "Ok Kfg. hw - 4-- 1 4-- 1 (or yeuiaad tUnlittttbo ad Gearattted J. lbt Craoc, 44 dropped cWnlHeLtllct asacux ItittbebatpmalWclhaKCTcf lucd Eardjtown, Ky. Price 50c at al I DrmgiJti. oi Rem1 -- STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. 60LO DY FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MUR RAY SMITH a candidate for City Attorney of Richmond, subject lo the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco D. M. CHENAULT a candidate for City At torney, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE We arc authorized to announco J. D. Dykes for Polico Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We are authorized to announco W. L. Leeds for Polico Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic parly. Tho Climax is authorized to announco o Superintendent John Noland as a for the office of Polico Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. can-didat- Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is vour dutv to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of t he candidates for the nomination for ounty Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition! 4 4 I I 5he'H Make Good Wife. Lois Edmonds, 11 years old, Iowa's champion breadmaker, has left or Washington City, where sho will bake a loaf of bread for President Taft. Despito her youth, Miss Edmonds wrested this honor from 1,400 other contestants. Willi her are ten Iowa school boys, each a champion corn raiser in his own county. The children aro being sent to Washington City by All were tho Iowa Congressmen. awarded prizes last year as champions. Miss telephone tjs strictlynot a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THL BL5T? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it J. J. GRLLNLLAF. We want our subscribers to suiiD or ANY HEws they may have. We are under mast obligations to those who do it. Wo cannot get all the news, so help us to get out a good pater by sending in an item onco in a while. if Boarders Wanted. At my home, C10 North Second street. I am prepared to accommodate boarders board and lodging or day board only. Mrs. Clara Tkayloil 29-Phone 703. tf Taxes Due. Your taxes for tho year 1911 are now Come in my hands for collection. in early and avoid tho rush, as well as saving the penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 8-- tf Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber autl all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have "We I IIAVB FOR SALE THE Notice to Creditors. All parties having claims against tho estate of J. T. Hubbard are hereby no tified to present same, properly proven, on or before March 15, 1912, or same will be barred. 34-B. F. HpBBARD, Executor, R, D. 3, Box 32, Richmond, Ky. An editor was dying, but when the doctor bent over, placed his ear on his breast, and said, "Poor man! Circular tion almost gone!" tho dying editor shouted: "You're liarl largest circulation in the county!" Ex, 4t We-havet- Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc.,and amy kind Ke pairs lor all lands oi Machinery. RICHMOND M. WIDES KENTUCKY Dan Breck, fere, ad live stock iuwuH. Jightnisf, cyclon tf "I believe in boys and girls, the men and women of a great tomorrow; that whatsoever the boy soweth tho man shall reap. I believe in tho curso nf ignorance, in the efficacy of schools. In tne dignity of tcachimr. and in tho iov of serving others. I believe in wisdom as rovealed in human lives, as well as in tho pages of a printed book, in les sons taught not so much by precept as by example, in ability to work with the hands as well as to think with the head, in everything that makes life largo and lovely. I believe in beauty In tho school room, in tho home, in dailv life and in and out of doors. I believe in laughter, in love, in faith and in all ideals and distant hopes that lure us on. I believo that every hour of every day we receive a just roward for all wo are and all wo do. I boliovo In the present and its opportunities, in the future and its promises and in tho divine joy of At the same time and clace the under living. Amen." signed will sell seven acres of land ad story. joining the abovo described boundary. Gradually, however, she became con -scious that while the wind had abated cheer from Mrs. 0. J. Martin, Boone un mis seven acres is a new seven-roocottage just built and ready for occupthere still continued that maddening jiiii, va wno is the mother or eigh- ancy. Would make a good country resitinkle of the telephone hell. teen childrfin. Mrs. Mnrtin woe xnroH dence for anyone that might buy the Switching on the lights as she "went of stomach trouble and constipation by entire farm or would co well with one Kathleen made her way to the back of vuamuenuin s xaoieis alter live years or two of the divided parcels. All of tho house and there her nerves again of suffering, and now recommends these this land is fertile and will produce the tablets to tho public. For salo by al) very best quality of tobacco. played her false. fMm Terms made known on day of sale. A low sound, much as of some one dealers calling, came from the outside world. Minnie B. Jackson. Lanshan Eggs. Mike set up a deafening bark. Pure bred White Langshan eggs for Administrator's Notice. A distinct "Hello" now came through Will buy or sellyour bouse. the window. Kathleen gathered all hatching. 81.00 for 15. Orders booked All persons having claims against the farm town lots or any tbing her courage and peered out. The light now. estate of Creed Gott, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same to else in the Real Estate line. from the room streamed full force on Park Sjieltosj, me, verified as or a man's face. Union City, Ky. beforo March 1.required by law, on be Any business intrusted to 1912. or same will "Who Is there?" she called out. way Kathleen's A In a DISCOVERY barred. indebted to the estate will him will be promptly and Partes eyes had traveled beyond the man please come and settle at once and save carefully attended to. See and she saw, there in the great oak trouble. J. S. Gott, him if his services are Ingredients That branches, that which bad once been Administrator of Creed Gott. 32-Borea. Ky, an airship. ReallyPromote Hair Growth "I am here just now," came in a "We represent iron bound weak but deep voice, "I am banging by When Properly Combined. my belt when that gives out " Insurance Companies re "Oh!" Kathleen had vanished from Resorcin is one of tho most effective South Bound. member this. the window and now with Mike close germ destroyers over discovered by No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives at her heels she came swiftly from scienco, and in connection with Beta t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. the kitchen door. Napthol, which is both germicidal and No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De "I will get you the step ladder!" She antiseptic, a combination is formed parts G: 15 a. m. called to the man. which destroys the germs which robs the No. 1. Louisvillo to Beattyvillo Kathleen struggled thero In the Arrives I2:iu p. m. Departs 12:15 moonlight with the great ladder and hair of its natural nourishment and also even in his almost tragic position creates a clean, healthful condition of No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar Telephone 62 Granger had the power to admire the the scalp, which prevents the developrives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m J. R. Pennington ment of new germs. sure, swift movement of the little No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Pilocarpin, although not a coloring Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. Dentist. It was with a superhuman effort matter or dye, is a well known ingre No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Office noxt door to Government build Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. that he managed to get his feet plant- dient for restoring tho hair to its natung Richmond, Ky. ed on tho ladder the girl held ber. .ath ral color, when tho loss of hair has been No. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo him. Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m by a disease of the scalp. When ho reached the ground he caused These ingredients, in proper combi No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan toppled over, "my breath It's alford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs most gone " He lay still for a mo nation, with alcohol added as a stimu7:25 p. m. lant and for its nourishing ment and the girl bent over him. North Bound "I'll be all right In a minute when properties, perfect perhaps tho most Oldham Building my diaphragm gets to working." He effective romedy that is known for No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. sat up. "You saved my life," he said scalp and hair troubles. Ky and looked wonderingly into her face. We have a remedy which is chiefly No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N "I was out like an Idiot for a composed of these ingredients, in comDeparts 0:25 a. m. short moonlight sail in the air," the bination with other extremely invaluLawyers No. 2. Beattyvillo to Louisville man explained. "It was calm when Arrives7:15 a. m. Departs7:20 I started but that wind " He cast a able medicinal agents. We guarantee Office in Douglas & Simmons new rueful glance at the huge wreck in it to positively euro dandruff and to No. 28. Louisville to Richmond via Building on Second Street the tree. "I must have hung by that grow hair, even though the scalp in Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. opp. Court House I spots is bare of hair If there is any No. 38. Knoxville to fifteen minutes. leather belt for Cincinnati. Ar could, by swinging, touch some wires." vitality left in the roots, it will posirives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. A silvery laugh rang out. "You cer tively sure baldness or we will refund No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrivo tainly did touch some wires." your money. If the scalp has a glazed, 3:00 p. m. The man echoed her laugh and it shiny apgearanco, it's an indication . ATTOB5EYAT-LA, did not seem strange to Kathleen that tint baldness is permanent, but in other No. 4. Beattyvillo to Louisville Arrives l:3op. m. Departs 1:40 p.m was sitting in the hack garden instances wo believe baldness is she SiOHMOND, KENTUCKY. cur No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar wjth a perfectly strange man. able. fflce over State Bank & Trust Co., rives and Departs 4:54 p. m. "It has been an experience," Grang Court House, nn Main Street. er remarked, "but one that I do not We want every one troubled with No's 31, 37, 33, 27. 34, 28, 33. 32 ar scalp diseaso or loss of hair to try Daily trains. No's 71, 1. 3, 9. 10. 2, 7e care to try again." "I am forgetting," Kathleen said Rexall "03" Hair Tonic. If it does not daily Excopt Sunday. 4arry M Blanton, with quick thought, "that yon may be cure dandruff and grow hair to tho sat badly in need of " DENTIST isfaction of tho user wo will, without -OHc8 lo Bennjti Bnii-.- n. "No, no that is too much to ask question or quibble, return every cent inly fEi.iiPiiO.SK 19& after you have saved my life," Granger paid us for it. It has effected a posi exclaimed and arose to his feet 93 per cent of cases where " Kathleen was silent a moment, then tive cure in Dr. Whitehall' put to a practical test. she looked up at the man. "I believe Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is entirely (Successor to Hurtin & Denny RHEUMATIC REMEDY I am a little afraid to go back In the house alone," she said shyly, unlike, and, wo think, In every particu For 15 y tin a Staadtrd Reandr for "and the fire In the sitting room needs lar better than anything e'se we know Oxer BUte Bank & Trust Company all forms of Rhinmatltm, lnmbaro, TELEPHONE 296 another log. They are very heavy- of for the use for which it is prescribed. gout, tore mtuelet, stiff or swollen logs and there are some fresh dough- We urge you to try this preparation at joints. It quickly rtllcTe the itvere piint; redacts the fever, ead ellmimtti nuts in tho house and " our entire risk. Cortainly we know of the poiion from the eyttem, CO cents "Please don't say any more" no guarantee to give you. Re better a box at druggitti. laughed Granger. WrMe far a Frma HW Bmx She continued. "I am going to make member, you can obtain Rexall Rome Dr. Whitehall Mscrlmln some coffee and wait up for mamma dies only at our storo Tho Rexall Store. In 18S . Lafayiitt St. South Ban 4, In. and papa so that I can hear all about Perry's drug storo. the play." She drew close to Granger. To girl For Sale Privately. "I hate to do all these things alone." if win "I am Tom Granger," he said and Dwelling of nine rooms with two kept his voice steady, "and completely acres of ground; gord orchard, vinein Are the largest ord at your service." yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, Kathleen smiled and stooped quick- smoko house, cabin, etc,; all in first- - er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, ly to pick up the little yellow dog. class repair. My family being small, I Iambs, and calves at the Cin"Mike." she said breathlessly, "tell buy a Mr. Granger that your name is' Mike desiro to sell my home and Union Stock Yards. you belong to Kathleen Moi smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to cinnati and that 33-t- f William Devore. Consign your stock to them Vlcker." For a short time only the Daily and receive the highest market Buick. Courier-Journand The Climax one The most forcible illustration of the full year, for only $4.00, Send ordors to prices. enormous facilities of the Buick Motor this office. tf company is evidenced by the number of large orders handled by the company the past weeks. On January 15 an order was received Auto com from tho Nebraska-Buic- k DENTIST Every Household in Rich pany, Lincoln, Nob., for ninety autos, mond 5houldKnow Lick, consisting of Models 29, 35 and 28. Crown, Bridgo and Inlay work a These were loaded and shipped in one How to Resist Specialty. shipment on January 18. It Offlco in Bank Building. On January 3 the Howard Automo- bilo company, of San Francisco, Cal., wired in an order for 220 cars, makiug Tho back may ache because the kidfifty carloads. This train was made up neys aro blockaded. and shipped promptly on Janury 25, as Dentist Help tho kidneys with tho'lr work. promised. Tho back will actio no more. Telephone 267 On January 23 the Ponco Automobile Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills Office in Oldham Building company, of Minneapolis, Minn., plaoed do this. an order for 500 No. 47 Buick autos to It's the best proof becauso it comes be shipped as fast as possible. These from thlsyicinity. were arranged in four train loads. Tho Mrs. S. J. Hubbell, Lancaster street, Specialist first, containing thirty-si- x carloads or Stanford, Ky., says: "I know that In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE 103 automobiles, went forward January Doan'sKidney Pills helped mo and I have and THROAT 25. The next, a train of fifty carloads not the least hesitancy in recommend' Richmond, Ky or 150 automobiles, left the factory ing them. My kidneys wore disordered Oldham Bldg. January 29. The next or third train of for some timo and although my condi equal sizo was shipped February 5, and tion was never serious, I was neverthethe fourth train, made up of 133 auto less annoyed a great deaL My back mobiles, was shipped in forty-eigcar ached almost constantly and sometimes loads from the factory February 10. became so lame that it was a great ef oervices Reasonable. This record has never been, equaled fort for mo to bond over. There wore PHONE. 83, or 48 1 . or oven approached by any other manu- also other annoying symptoms of kid facturer of automobiles in tho world. ney complaint which caused me disand will probably stand as a record for tress. "After using Doan's Kidney Pills a long lime, in audition to these, shipments of regular business and the hun all these troubles were disposed of and .dreds of direct carloads to customers my system was toned up" have also been takes care of. See For salo by all dealers. Priee 30c. SURVEYOR Rkhmood's Greatest Store a Co., Buffalo, N. Y., K1 R. W. MOSTGOMSRY, New Garr&ge, Corner B aad Water afeats for the United State. etteece of theee lie patroa seeding streets, Re&r Open Howe, RMiMai, lUeMmber th bcmDovii's and vVeee of a eeeajaeteat aa. AeMreee, f7-lKy. Phone tM. tf take no other. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. DEEP CUT PRICES. See Our Bargain Counter for Short Lots. Our New Spring Suits Are Arriving Daily a. s. STANIFER Home of Good Glothes- - Richmond Ky. Betsy's Pointers have never seen awora-- : with good sense but w br. j beauty enough to make her- H. C. JAMES "I 33-3- semi-conscio- GREAT Certain 4t L. & R Time Table Mid-nigh- self highly agreeable. If ycu wish to see faces light up witli joy and satisfaction just drcp in among the customers at Lackey & Todd Opera House Building The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing J. T. FERRIIX Corsets, well-define- d Real Estate Agent Richmond, Suits, Coats. a-- op-osi- te Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 Second St. Richmond : : Ky. r RHEUMATISM R. Emmett Million DENTIST - The Climax B3fefc- $4 Journal . C. G C Sale & all-around Co. spring a nice young man some young proposes; Go her you can, But go nice new "clotheses 5ing a song of sixpence Pocket lull of rye; Handsome suits are ready now Dew drop in any buy. al W. S. Norris, BLOCKADED He I. PATRICK Paint Kentucky Our early showing of Spring Clothes, Hats, Shirts, Ties and other things, puts at your disposal all the best things from the makers in this country. We suggest that you do as we do pick from the First Fruits while the thing you want is for sale and ready for you Dr Robt C Boggs We Get New Things First of Kneeland's fine shoes are now in our shelves and we feature the Pall Mall last of English Oxford that will be so good this season Dr. M. Dunn A full line JESSE COBB, Yours for Early Buying and a General Auctioneering. Happy Season H. e. DOTY, W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY lor a Quarter Ctahiry Foeter-Xilfeur- J Wlren You Clean House A1 J h me more comfortable. is difficult for most ,." us to buy lar,gquantities of house furnishings something each year that will make your It at one time You will bo surprised, though, how rapidly your hime becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Su its and Overcoats our last and lowest cut, and it is to your interest to buy now while assortments are still large, and much of the winter yet before us. These are positively our last and lowest prices: Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Read3T We have made Have Reached Bottom And Can Go No Lower WtP for your selection now. ENSETTand HIGGINS UNDER AKING $1fi the 50 $10 50 $10 HV;tffm and Overcoats, fault. . less m fit and style, the famous Ken- ton brantJ' fo"erly sold for $18.00 and $20.00, now $13.50 50 I $Q J 50 afatatat Genuine bargain for the man who wants genteel serviceable clothing at smaM prices. These were good values at $12.50 to $14.00, choice now $9.50 I $7 J 50 aaat Our ten dollar Suits and coats are as slice off one-four- th Richmond. This season's newest styles, in sizes tq fit all men. Former prices $22.50 and $25.00, choice now for $16 50 See ,.Ur. lTt SuUSMn.d clothing Fe Suits Iow f" and Coats that sold for $ J 5.00, $16.50 and$J7.00. Splendid fabrics and good tailoring, and a wide variety to select from choice for $10.50 price. We price and give you choice for 57.50 t,r aaataata Over- - the the LOCAL AND ! s OTHERWISE Ilrmw J t I I A Bargain. Pine farm if sold at once. of A. E. Smith-TobaCCadver-tisomo- 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 Try them. AH winter styles now Last and Lowest Cut on Walk-Ove- Last and Lowest Cut on No better shoes made for the price. winter styles cut as follows: Land For Rent Ton acres tobacco land for rent. Ap ply at J. W. Zaring Grain & Mill Co. SC-2- t. lrepared for the HurrirJ ltradrr. lire, ligkuiiae, oycJotK! Hanan Shoes Speedwell Shoes price. r Shoes Cottage on Tates Creek avenue, con i ion reeeiras tke nUentaining four rooms and good outbuild ings. Apply to Mrs. Callio Keen, 130 slora Kemoely does tJtc Tates Creek Ave. s Drug Stewe. : 3C-t- f. lt.suraao. tl For Rent AH winter weights, the new high toes, high heels and arches in all the fine leathers, now Beacon Shoes All $6 for 4.95; 5.50 for 4.45 $4 for 3.25; 3.50 for 2.75 $4 for 3.25; 3.50 for 2.75 3.50 for 2.75; 3 for 2.45 XeKee, IMakAMHl We have foralo genuine home-mad......lsand Mtlww. Olfcers you. r. tl maple syrup, absolutely pure. Call on or address 80-t- f not a setfesextVer te The A. D. & C. D Miller. our mm peases' upen If list. Stricken With Paralysis. Owen Home Made Maple Syrup. Last and Lowest Cut on Boys' Shoes, Heavy Underwear, Flannel Shirts, Odd Trousers, Heavy Work Coats, Etc., Etc. Terms Cash To All jj H .j per Hold & rare is esareiseKl hi pre-- n Perryes Jifcwl6e p self coat '. Mrs. Robert Nelson, of this city, suf fered a stroke of paralysis Thursday and is in a very serious condition. Mrs. Xefeofl is eighty-seve- n years of ago and mtioh alarm is felt over the outcome of her illiaess. uers f ran mil aver ttte Sign Your Name. com-plaint of ' julors aeri eerrospoartftntc friends of this popular yonng lady. The nember to wihtk ok oxk services were conducted by Father O'- . Maude Adams in "Chanticlor" with a Dr. C. n. Vaught has moved his Stoks. offlccs into tho Clay building on Main company of one hundred peoplo tomorAnniversary Requiem High Mass was Thk Cukax gees to press kekl at St. Mark's Catholic church street, and has very handsome quarters. row evening, Feb. 29. "The Spring Maid," tho nowest of DAT AT 2 O'QMrCK I". M., Mta Saturday morning for Miss Annie McKee, This buildine is being rapidly completed "Leaves have their timo to fall, any mtte of wrBEBer, whose death a year ago is still fresh in and is one of the handsomest business Viennesse Operettas, Friday and SaturAnd flowers to wither at tho North-windday, March 1 and 2. houses in Richmond. ,p ii9. U the miods a host of admirers and OKeiek of the Humane Society re quest us to say that parties making ot and cruelty to s it 'ion, agent for Hurst e Co. Write m er pheno animals, must sign their names to com- Anonymous letters will BtUBioatioos. M ring 2. Union CUy, Ky. sot receive any attention. bun? Dr. Russell's Try it. Requiem High Mass. -- in LastagteB Fed Batten. FrKUy, COVINGTON and BANKS Lexington Opera House. Moved Into New Quarters. Vow' Dm -- Deaftlhs . -- 's 5hov Windows. Much 5ickness. Tho change of weather during the past two weeks is ovidently responsiablo for the increase of sickness in Richmond. Many deaths have occured and most everyone yon meet is suffering as the result o' severe colds or other diseases incident to ttob inclement weather. ,r I'AfKR OKLT. S ,ir to "apeak eut" whee U It sides of ties paper. H OattSes Dwyor, and were solemn and impressive. jr mind e s w Utt yen are I. for R. K. Tarrill far re-Irecord ac a pttoUc servant on eclipse by aoy former M. a. a you will Knd s Otasaber-excellon- t. It alleys the the soroMow, an4 seoa r parts to a beakky ooadl-,n- d 20c boUtes. For sale by 17-- 1 bb 1 ..o hat tbe safeoes is the mar-Leiiogtem il.e reaes seeae of the sell their craps in Losing s tret bonte wiut only a r.o proceeds of their sa .1 home and ereVar the boose ..cks --CynthinM Log Cabin. o Be,-- 'rJjczBt for Catarrh tqat. Kacl Special attention is called this week to tho attractive show windows of J. S. Look at Stanifer, the clothing man. Miss Halsey's Recital. the windows and then go in and see One of the most enjoyable musical what they have to say. Stanifor and treats of tho winter was the piano recital iiis "boys" have somo interesting things given in the Normal Chapel last Friday to talk to you about. evooing by Miss Honor Halsey, of DayTen Year Pool Meets With ton, Ohio, assisted by the Ladies Glee Club of the Normal School. The three Favor in Fayette. numbers given by tho Glee Club were At a meeting of tho Burley Society in sung with much expression, showing 2,o00 being done under Lexington Saturday afternoon the excellent work acres wcro pooled, besides securing tho Prof. Koch's directorship. Miss Halsey promise of 2,00 more at an early date. is a young gifted musician, bidding fair When to these amounts are added the to become in a short lime a virtuoso of ,000 acres previously listed, it will bo She quite surprised and distinction. seen that Fayette county is rapidly com delighted her audience by her individual ten-yepooling interpretations of ing into line on tho and characteristic We some of the modern composers will give her a hoarly welcome when Changed Conductors. the visits our city again. Her program Captain Price, who has boon con was as follows: ductor on tho "Commuter" between John Parry Cynthiana and Lexington, goes to RichCome, Fairie- sLadies' Glee Club have a run Bach mond to reside, and will 1 Concerto, F Major from that city to Rowland. Captain Allegro Adagio Presto Brady is in charge of the "Cythiana i. Arietto di Balletto Gluck-Joseir- y Donizetti and Lexington Commuter, and may Sextette "Lucia" (Loft hand arrangoment by Leschetizky) hold tho placo pemanenlly. Ho has Nentwich Brownies Song been freight conductor on this division Ladies Glee Club Liszt for many years and is a capable and 8. Etude, D Flat Debussy popular man. Cynthiana Democrat. 4. Yalse Uomantique Strauss Traumoroi ar breath, And stars to set, but all Thou hast all seasons for thine own, O Death. Youth and the opening roso May look liko things too glorious for decay, And smilo at thee, but thou art not those That wait the ripened bloom to seize their prey. We know when moons shall wane. When summer birds from far shall cross the so. When autumn's hue shall tinge the golden grain. But who shall teach us when to look for Thco?" Elks Meeting. Richmond lodge, B. P. O. Elks will meet Friday evening and elect officers for tho ensuing year, after which a social session will be held in the club rooms. District Deputy A. L. Hazol-rigof Mt. Sterling, will be the guest of honor, and an enjoyable timo is promised those who attend. All members are earnestly requested to be present. g, Pauk of Mr. and Mrs. George Park who reside four miles from this city, on Card of Thanks. We desire to express out sincere appreciation of tho sympathy and kind ncss that has been shown us during our lato bereavement. We wish it were possible to thank each one personally, but, as this is impossible, we uso this method, and we desiro those who spoke words of sympathy and consolation to know that through lifo wo shall always remember tho kind and sympathetic expressions of our friends and neighbors. Mb. and Mks. J. H. Kennedt and Family. tho Red House pike, have the sympathy their many friends in the death of their infant daughter who died Friday morning. J n in . !. In Co. Tu!-4- .. witnh MacDowell ei i Ui In ' ' in. r'.m! rn-e- t ui - me Hll C It H ''iii.i.i' rm moroos S. . lint. fblo, ar r. J. C. Prolude Waltz Swing Song ; kattle. TV. (or camHarthw. pr U GET WHAT... U AND U want WANT U get Friml Regular meeting of the Woman's Club , . . . ,. Tll-- Frederic Lohr was held aionaay aucmuuu m mua T.ni)tns' Glee Club Mrs. Volkins gavo an enter building. rcimnsndie Honcroiso No. 12. Liszt taining and instructive talk on Har (By request) Mrs T. J. Smith dening in England." was on tho program for a. talk Land- cape Gardening" and Mrs. Casstday lor one on "Vegetable Gardens,"but neither responded, Mrs Smith being out of town, and Mrs. Cassiday too ill to bo nrosont. Miss Mattio Tnbble was in teresting in narrating "current events. semi-monthl- Er'm Woman's Club. Caldwell Wins Double Header WHAT... AT THE STORE OF... JOHN T'- GIBSON RCO in beautiful Poplins, Voiles, Hand Embroidered Underwear tt.a satrasl .trim's in RIbbOnS for the Hair and ,1 tins waat Is amrthlBC ia the latest things - Dresses. Ask to see our Dress Ginghams. f u if'3) now. can gie yoa a bargain in Cloaks. Some think that . round Hog was right. If this be true, it would pay to bny a OUak at tho very low figures wo ask for u will be so basy wilhta tho next few weeks with our SpriBB sewing that you will perhaps have littio time 'r anything ofce. I' ou have the misfortune of wearing your Hose through - either the heel or toe, ask us for Togards aad Hclons. This w eliminate the damlns troubles. You a.i wear the very sheerest Hosiery with these little vs added. Suppose you try a palr--ely WolOe-a- nd a have will see what an added comfort it is. . suwful line of Belt Plas artd something elegant in Table Linens and Napkins. JOHN R. GIBSON & CO. V Phone 500. Tho two basket ball teams of Caldwell High School went to Cynthiana Friday citizens were aware of her illness until and played a double header in that city. the death angel had touched the frail Telephone 11 to 7, and Tho girls won by a score of form and claimed as its own the mother tho boys team won by the closo score ol and wife. While not a strong woman 10 to 18. Caldwell has two very fast Mrs. George was apperantly in splendid teams and have list only two games Reeves Mrs. James P. Reoves died health until last Tuesday when she suf The girls each during the entire season. of what was supposed Mrs. Geneva Tribble. wife of Mr. John team was composed of Misses Nannio at her home on Fifth street Tuesday fered an attack Shearer, for ovening after an illness of only four days to be rheumatism of the arm which Tribble, of near Hyattsville, died Mao Davidson and Minnie Deceased was taken went to her brain, resulting in conges- Sunday, laged about 3G years. She wards; Agnes Clark, center, and Mary with pnoumonia. Tho seriously ill from tho beginning and tion of that orean. from which she leaves a husband and eight children. Hor Mnrtin and Sarah Jones, cuards. few days until breathed her last at 12:20 Friday. Be remains were brought to Richmond on Commercial Club. boys team was mado up of George Gum sank rapidly during these E. San death closed down her oyes in dreamless fore her marriage she was Miss Ida the 12:05 train Tuesday and laid to rest y meeting of bort and Win. Collins, forwards; The regular Phelps and Cobb, sleep. Sho is survived by her husband Slivers, daughter of Mr. John W. Stivers, in Richmond Cemetery. John Tnbble is the Commercial Club was hold in their dlin. center, and and eight children, this being tho first of Kingston. Deceased was a very an older brothor of Mr. Jeff Tribble of Several guards. apartments Monday night. death to occur in tho family. The chil brilliant woman and from her pen have this city, and a nephew of Elder A. J. matters of interest wero discussed, but Oratorical Contest dren are: Mrs. E. W. Warford, of this followed some beautiful verses and Tribble. ft owinir to the small attendance due to Tho oratorical contest at Caldwell city; Mrs. Henry Wheoler, of Princeton, prose. She possessed a literary mind far thn inclement cveninc. it was deemed We Can Deliver the Goods. High school, Wednesday ovening last, W. Va.;Rov. Ashford Reoves, of Ash abovo tho average of many writers of best not to take final action. Ono active was largely attended, notwithstanding land, Ky.; Miss Elva Reoves,of this city; this dav. Mrs. Georgo is survived by "A special from Richmond. Tuesday, member was added to the roll. The inclemency of the weather, and was Messrs. Thomas, William, Roscoe, and her husband, two children, Charles and says that tne Madison Tobacco ware niinntaunua for a week this summer is the Two contests Charles Reoves, of this city. Funeral Miss Janie George, two sisters, Mrs, house sold a basket of fine Bbrley for Exact dato and greatly enjoyed. now an assured thing. ono for the young ladies and one services were conducted by Rev. E. B. Jennie Jones, of Big Stone Gap, Va., and the price of 31.10 per pound. This is held program will be announced late". for the young men of tho school. The Barnos at tho residonce Thursday, fol Mrs Rosa Ballard, of this city, and her the highest over known in the State and girls' contest was won by Miss Carrie lowed by interment in Richmond Ceme father, Mr. John W. Stivers, who is now probably ever will be, but, 'we're from Organize Taft Club. daughter of Mr. ank Mrs. Jonn tery. Tho following beautiful tribute in his ninetieth year ot age, all being Missouri,' and would like to see the The colored Republicans of Rich' "Want to show every farmer in Madison county which was read by tho presiding minis present except the aged parent whose basket, the buyer and the seller. If Allman, whoso subject was "lngomar. mond, Tuesday night, met ana organ was feeble condition would not permit his such prices as these hold out in MadiA resolution was The other contestants were Misses Mar ter durinc tho funeral services, the Best Chilled Plow on Earth ized a Taft Club. Agnos Clark and Alice written by her son, Rov. Ashford Reoves presence. Funeral services were con son county, it's the real market of the read ondorslng President Taft's admin garet Covington, boys' prize was won by 'Jailey Ann Reoves was born on Red ducted Sunday morning at the residence State. The Clark county bouses probistration and pledging the membors to Hobson. The Oliver Improved Chilled Plow The Cabel Chenault, son of Judge John Lick in Estill county, Sept. 19, 1844, and on East Main street.by Rer.D.H.Scanlon ably hold a better average than any of work for his renomlnalion and election. John Presbyterian church, of thorn, as there are no 'pinhookers' or wero elected: 0. Chenault. Young Chenault's subject died after an illness of four days, Feb of the First The following officers g speculators, and the buyers give all that Chen-aul- t, was "In Memory of Georgo Washing 20, 1912, aged 07 years, 5 months and which Mrs. George had been a Disc Harrow Also Vulcan Irvine, president; Brutus Pow. one day. At tho age of 19, she accepted member, followed by interment in the it is worth." Winchester Democrat. B. Embry, vice ton." Rodes Torrill and Clarence June Miller and E. Mr, over, fcxlitor V aught, and we Come with Mr. Chenault for the Christ under tho preaching of Elder family lot in Richmond Cemetery. presidents; J. W. Broaddus, secretary; ell contested We Carry a Complete Line of Wilson Stivers. She was married to her and Mrs. John Jackson and Mr. and will convince you in two minutes that arms. The honors. Henry White, sergeant at surviving husband Sept. 23, 1805. From Mrs. Ed George, of Lexington, nephews, the above sale was correctly reported Dressmaking Mrs. W. N. Wheeler, enrollment of membership was oignty. Mr. George were here We agree with the Democrat in the Model tf this union there were eight children, all and nieces of sad rites of their rela statement made above that Richmond" Builders It was a rousing and enthusiastic meet 132 Tales Creek Ave. Phono 634. of whom wero at her bedside when she to attend the last ing. passed away. She Is also survived by tive. Mrs. George was exceedingly fond is the best tobacco market in the State, Tomorrow Evening. averages made here during the No exorbitant prices are charged at ono brother, P. D. Cor, and one sister, of flowers, and tho beautiful floral de as the The lecture tomorrow evening in the Perry's to cover costs and profits on pre chapel of tho State Normal promises to Mrs. Martha A. Cox, of Estill county. signs, expressions of love and syamathy, past two weeks have eclipsed any other scriptions. a horse when a completely hid from view the gash tobacco market in Kentucky or else- bo one of more than ordinary interest, She was thrown from developed made in mother earth for the re whore. County Chairmen Meet Judeine by the way the people are talk girl and injured, which later Sne was a ception of the form that shall peacefully Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy. Ask curvature of the spine. the chapel will be crowded into At a meeting of tho Republican county intr about it. virtually all her married life sleep until the resurrection morn. The about it. W have had experiesee with many Zeema. Psoriasis by other Eighth Congressional lone before the hour to begin. Tho sub sufferer her from the world except the sympathy of all goes out to the breaved chairmen of the WrsEs Drug Stobb. troubles axe cauaed and myriads akin remedies for skla trouble but have of ject, ' The Girl vno disappears, anu This kept sees such Unless cenns germwork la the ski a.destroyed never from IX D. remarkable euraa &3 at district at Danville, Wednesday last, was ones in their sad loss. nt D. JTeacriBtkHi. are promptly thosa ono to attract tne attention littio world of her own homo. She theea Redistrictinfc Bill Passed a resolution was adopted pledging tho Whv." is relief. Xreea the Try &rat affB they rapidly multiply. gnawlBff tbelr What was said of wife and mother. and interest of all who are striving after n way (leap lato the sansltlve tlaaue. catleav 5ena4e. Boqqs: All Richmond was shrouded district's vote to President Taft in the We are so coaMast that D. XX TX This ia what causes that awful Itch. Dr. Grant will the good wite by the writer of Provorbs, Righteousness. The Senate Saturday passed the bill heI we.t a. sere rash will reach your oaea that it wHt east State convention. Georgo D. Florence, Civic in heavy gloom Saturday when It beabout her. If the very ftrst JI a question without gloves. He could be truthfully said worse and develop lato a of the raay crow and. torturiaa skla dtaeaae you nothing to asake providing for a eiataa. of Stanford, Commonwealth's Attorney handle the bottle falls loatbsea Ho "She seeketh wool and flax and worketh came known that Mrs. Robert 0. Boggs eC fly yea have rgtaleaal districts ia 'Xea with Its years of Misery. Wallace, post uHii ncak of facts, not theories. If wa certainlyskla traofcla ta dr in that district, and 0. 0. willlnelv with her bands. had pasted away at ike Pattie A. Clay eleven Cosf adytaa ya Dea't tafca say chase! Deatrar the Wad place the responsibility "She layeth her hands to the spindle In and laveatlgata tha ijieiii t P. eras at tn BeauuHaei ac ui master of this city, were agreed upon will seek to Infirmary, where sfee had been desper tweky. The bill e yaisgd.pleces in the anywsy. we hasw Ret ttet D. Praaerlatlaa vitk Tl. 13. seethta a4 c Eighth district where it belongs; and where the shoe and her bands hold the distaff. for delegates from tho aVely ill for several days, ike f euffe t litktk district the fellewlef ah nu .it must be worn. The admission "She rieeth while it I yet night and wU A 3e Irettfe wW yreve to the national convention. It was de brave, fcaitl battle wkk IWe and death A4a,ir, Anderses, Beyle, Caaey, Garrard, giveth meal to her housetioid. only. Judge L. W. Bethu will be by complimentary ticket cided tore-eleLife, her own tad her infant eon's, but Jaaasmine, Liaeots, Madieoa Xereer, "The mother instinct vu ttfenf these last they awy be secured and dbettty. ran. of Mt. Varnon. a member pf tho Whiteany minister ia JUehmond. aba f rev taint aad weary and saeoamb- within her to the very lut. Her from State Committae. Hagan Mrs. Sarah Hagan, wife of Robert Hagan, died at their home, near Kirksville, Tuesday, night, February 20, 1912, after a protracted illness. Deceased was 57 years of age and was a member of the Christian church. She formerly resided in this city and was a good Christian woman. Her death. though not unexpected, will be a great shock to her many, friends in this city and county. Tho funeral services were conducted at tho residence Thursday by Rev. E. B. Barnes, after which the re mains were brought to this city and laid to rest in Richmond cemetery. Five children are left to mourn the loss of a dovoted mother, as follows: Joe, Wil liam and Smith Hagan and Mrs. Mack Hernden and Mrs. Turner. desiro in her last moments was that sho might live till she could see all her children .around her for the last time; which by the grace of God, she was allowed to do. For her, death had no terror. She knew in whom she had believed and was pursuaded that He was able to keep that which she had entrusted to Him against that day. She was not an active church worker, but she was a devout Christian. She believed that some day she would reap if she fainted not. She was one in whom the spirit of God abode, working unpretentiously; work ing silently while she suffered; working prayerfully that she might inspire her children with her own wonderful will and courage.yet trying at the same time to shield them with a motherly sym pathy. Sho gloriously let her Christian light shino. The love of peace was with her a passion. Her husband, who had been partially helpless for over forty "years, tho rearing of eight children, and her home received a care, a fruitfulness and a Christian solicitude that was wonderful. With a body that was weakened by disease, she went about her duties When re with the heart of a heroine. minded that she was wearing out and that her work was too heavy, she would answer, "Yes, but I shall rest some time," meaning the rest that the Father gives to His beloved. Thus toiling.labor- ing and loving and suffering as she served she came fearlessly to the end. As the sun went down and the day went but, Feb. 20th, her soul went to God. Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord from henceforth, yea, saith the pint that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them." Georqe The death of Mrs. J. C. George Friday came as a severe shock to her family and friends, as few of our death's cruel touch, and her beautiful young life went out. In heaven sho clasps her baby to her breast and Mrs. sings a grander, sweet lullaby. Boggs, before her marriage, about four years ago, was Miss Edna Schlegel, and no girl ever was more unive a'ly loved than she. Of a bright, sweet, sunny nature she drew people to her. In her home she was a queen, and her greatest pleasure was in making everything beautiful, bright and happy. Sho had everything to live for, everything of the heart's desire, and her death is one of the saddest that has ever occured in our city. She had lived through the flower garden of her youth and was about to enter into a deeper, broader, newer life Deceased was thirty- of motherhood. two years old. Besidea her young husband sho is survived by her mother, Mrs. Louis J. Schlegel, and four brothers, Harrv, of Nicholasville; Venter, of Arizonia; Joe and Louis, ot this ity. To all of these the love and sym pathy of the entire community is exIn her death the young hustended. band loses a true, devoted wife, the brothers an idolized and only sister, who was all to a mother that a daughter should be. Her funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 2:30, at her homo on Fourth street, by Rev. E. B. Barnes in tho presence of one of the largest gatherings of friends ever seen in Richmond. The floral offerings were gorgeous and profuse, tributes from friends far and near. She was laid to rest in the family lot beneath a wilderAnd so Edna, as she ness of flowers. was known and loved, is no more. As the setting sun of the parting day guides the heavens of the coming evening with its mild, yet beautiful light, so does her departure reflect a glow upon the world she has left behind her, and may the flight of angels sing to her in her sleep of the memory of hor young life well pent in tho noblest work, purest love And so we bade and sweetest charity. on her journey to that land her good-by- e whero dreams come true. ed to grief-stricke- n , S. S. Parkes, President W. N. Bennbtp, Vice Pubsidcht CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Gfeeims National Bainik RICHMOND, KENTUCKY At the Closo of Business, February 20, 1912; RESOURCES LIABILITIES 8JH0.4Q3 14 Capital Stock Loans and Discounts Overdrafts 9,720 55 Surplus Fund U. S. Bonds 57,000 00 Banking House, etc 9.000 00 Undivided Pres Circulation Cash and Dae Irom Banks 95.531 72 Deposits 3100,000 CO 15,600 60 7,368 73 53,300 60 334.063 93 Tolal We respectfully solicit and invite $511,726 71 $311,726 71 Total a share of your patronage, promising ia return prompt and efficient service and courteous and nonorabie treatmeet J. W. CROOKE. Cashier. You Are a Free Agent You are not bound down by any positive policy or iron clad rule to have your prescriptions filled at any place you not desire to go As a and independent man or woman it should be your aim to have your Prescriptions Filled This is where purity, potency and accuracy are paramount. a forceful trinity which accomplishes results when It cemes to prescription filling and one that we lay olaim to. Bring your prescriptions here and we assure you that yen will receive the most satisfactory results, nothing but the highest quality full strength ingredients being used and compounded in a scientific manner Perry's Drug Store 75 , Wt' J "r TAYLOR & OLDHAM Wi. J. ' life-lon- the Best "The Dandy" Hardware, Regal Queen Cast and Steel Ranges Germs Spread in Skin Is-sta- srad a-- aty V-- ee4 ct tiful white goods reduced to rcdicul-ou- s prices. Don't overlook them Elder's Great illlll jyJrJi. Jll l jlllll ijl illllll ( 10 DAYS ONLY I Starts Saturday, Feb 24 Monday, Closes 14c 24c 48c 10 DAYS ONLY IVfarcti 4tlr no longer to buy everything in Goods for spring and summer use. We have broken all value-givirecords in this, our great sale ng w AIT White SUITINGS VThite with Black Stripe 20c quality 20c quality 05c quality White Sale Price " " " " " " Ladies' New White Woolen Goods White Serge SI quality Sale Price 76c " " Marquesette 75c quality 56c " " Albatross 05c quality 44c " Serge with pin stripe, $1 AVo 'BSC R & G Corsets are showing all the new spring styles SI Corsets now S9c $1.50 Corsots now S1.24 Shirts li Slirl Waists " Serge with pin stripe, 81.25 quality " 79c 98c quality American Beauiy Corsets $1.00 styles $1.50 styles McCall Pttterni No. 4437 Wiit No. 4431 Price, 15 cents each LADIES' DRESS Skirt Absolutely Guaranteed now S9c now $1.24 BeautituI delightfully becoming and absolutely new spring models made in exquisite styles and of superior quality, White Sale Price Ladies' Underwear Muslin Pants White Sale Price 22c ' 44c Muslin Panta " 89c Muslin Pants " 9o Corsot Covers " 19 Corset Covers " 39c Corset Covers 44 to 89c Muslin Underskirts.. " McCall Pattcnu No. 4464-SCOAT SUIT Lace Curtains Lace Curtains, 2 long; new patterns 2 kentltelll-Rttift- g White' Wash Goods Poplins Percales 12V-t- yards on OQ Linens.. urt 22c 9 and 11c 22 to 48c o N- - 459 Cot LADIES' Prut, 15 ctnti tick Ribbons, Satin, Taffeta, In all widths Hessaline Nottingham Lace Curtains 3 2 yards long; full width; wo have just recoived this lot. Keg. QO $1.50 quality now 70C "Pleads. Guilty" "Givethedevahisdue" Bad shoes are not always to blame for bad feet. Not all the corns and bunions, tired and aching feet, "drawn" soles and in-growingnamare caused by bad shoes. The stocking mast plead guilty to much foot murder. Stocking White Sale Price 2 to 29c Curtain Nets Table Linens This is an offering of the season's newest and most desirable White Goods at Surprisingly Reduced Prices 25c quality 50c quality Sale Price quality 75c quality S5c quality $1 quality 1.25 quality C5c " " " " " " " " " " " " In our White Goods Salo we will inlude curtain goods of all colors ive have a beautiful assortment of white, tan, green and ecru. Regular 25c quali- - f fy C ty now Other curtain goods 4V to 12'sc ' 'J The wonderful popularity enjoyed by Flaxon Fabrics in the past is a splendid index to the fabrics that will fashion favorites for the summer of 1912 Another Flaxon Summer 20c quality... 25c quality 35c quality Checked Flaxon 20c quality 25c quality 35c quality Bleached Cottons and Sheetings Hope Cotton 7'ic Other Blh'U Cotton.. 7, C's, 5c 11, 8j, 7V. 5c Unbleached 0c Indian Head8. 12V and 14c Indian Head V 9c Bleached Drilling 9c Unbleached Drilling 22o Pepperell Sheeting 24c MAPepperellSbecting Ki Unbleached Sheeting... 22o Plate k ite Flaxoos, regular 18c quality White Sale Price .i " 12Yro White Dotted and hite " " UL" . " " 4 ( j4C 19c 24c 14c 19e 24c Extra value Sheets Extra value Sheets ISheets . A stocking too tight in the foot may choke the circulation, bind the toes together and bend them under. A stocking too tnick in the foot cause shoe to feel too small. A stocking too thin may oW youtue a blister from shoes that would not rub if the stocking were fitted right. A darned stocking makes a com, a seamed stocking irritates the sole of the foot. Above all, if the dye in ing is poisonous, or not fast color, all feet troubles the stockaxe made worse One reason why we call our stockings 44c CCc iMndeftfto&e. is their wonderful comfort, due to their being knitted . e nn 1L.1 mpcvi me snape 01 tne human foot. iui the tn ,ta At cnittea witn extreme cue jor correct snape not too tight nor too loose just "cosey and comfy." Made in seTeral Bedspreads $1 quality Bedsproadr$l725 quality Bedspreads $1.50 quality Bedspreads $2.50 quality Bedspreads $3.00 quality. 74o 98c $1.24 $1.93 $2.24 mttn.. ... 1 ,.! veizbn. yoq caa fit them to yoor larctira 1 ""wJaCR Small face Towels 10c quality 15c quality 20c quality 25c quality Towels "White Sale . . 5c ' - .. Price 7Vsc Window Skies l2o 15o 22c Hi Q-on- 3 feet wide and 0 feet long, with ly; fixtures complete;white regular 25; values Laco Collar Jabots Novelties for spring and summer Linon Collars Neclrwear 9 to C9c 0 to 22c 0 to 44c 9 to 19a Carpets, Linoleums, Mattings, Druggets, Oil Cloths, Etc at Reduced Prices Special Inducement on McCall Magazine For the first 100 ladies who will buy a McCall 15c Pattern and for 20 cents additional we will give one year's subscription to McCall's Magazine during this sale only India Linon quality 7 10c quality l-- Lace and Hamburg Newest spring patterns in Hamburg Edging 5 to C9c per yard from 2 to 45 inches wide 5 to 29c yard Hamburg Insertion, any width 29 to 48o per yard Embroidered Yoking 1000 different patterns In Laces of all kinds. 5c per dozen yards and up White Sale Price 12 l-quality 17o quality Handkerchiefs now 5c now 7 o now 9c oo quality lOo quality 15c quality 25c quality now 2 l-- 1 25c quality 29c quality - now 12 now 19o now 22c l-- Men's white Hose Men's Kerchiefs Men's Shirts . now 8c ,. .now 12c now 22 0 and 14c 4, 9 and 14c 44 and 89c We oifer the following winter goods at and below the actual cost of production CAN YOU MATCH IT LADIES' MEN'S Sults Overcoats Underwear Shoes Overshoes Boots ALSO Comforts Blankets Flannels Outing Scarfs Suits "Skirts Shoes Outing Gowns and Underskirts Cloaks Underwoar i Purs The White Sale Starts Saturday, Febuary 24, and Closes Monday, Mar. 4 IBBIS llflflll pi M3, BIB 447C. Wut 4fJJ, Pr.Ml5Cntra& McCALL PATTERN'-- . OurM WEST MAIN STREET RICHMOND, KY Wait AN McCALL PATTERNS 4SQ5, Skirt N IS Cm. Eck DRESS