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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 27, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912032701_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 27, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1912 A Noted Kentuckian. NUMBER 40 L. R. JBlanton : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 Stampede of Cattle North of Town. A reportorial friend recently asked Champ Clark, the Kentuckian by birth and Missourian by adoption, to tell him all about himself aod throw in a few good stories in 750 words. Ho wroto in reply: "You request that I toll you all about myself in 750 words. If it were summed up in a sentence, it would run Forty odd years of unremitting toil I can't remember back to a time when I was not at hard labor of some sor- ton a farm, in a store, teaching school. editing a newspaper, practicing lav serving as a legislator. I began teach ing beforo I was fifteen, and was presi dent of a college at twenty-one.- " The youngest college president in the world, that is the picturo of Champ Clark at twenty-one- . Tall, awkward and lanky, ho had used his strength and labor on the homo farm, until the ovent-fday, when dropping the harrow handles and sticking his big hands into hisoverall pockets ho declared aloud, 'Something in mo tells mo to fight for the higher education and I'm going to ul ft LI YAL m BAKING EASY mother or father could witness tho fruition of their efforts; but if the thoughts of their son flow to their lonely graves, he would have heard his mother's dying words as she placed her d band on the head of her seven-year-ol- ff W"" boy: "I want this little head to be full or knowledge" "The happiest hours of life," says Speaker Clark, "wero those when I graduated, when I married and when my children wero born; and the largest fee I ever received is the love of tho men whoso lives I havo-savein my practice of criminal law, and tho gratitude of their wives and children. And, I have thought all my lifo that any man is liable to be a homicide about nothing, and the longer I practice criminal law the more is this theory confirmed." Sunday Magazine of Courier-Journa- l. d TEARNS BaMng-Powd- e 1 MATTRESS (name on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU HAVE TO FOSTER i i IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSIDETHE Absolutely Pur MAKES HOME VINIDIdoN?! FAITH7SC.0ME ItCANDJ LOOK AND IN READEWb THROUGHTME- - ucoopiffeBt (PAT.APPL'O F08) TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE. MATTRESS YOU GET do It Is Said there was considerable) excitement on a well known farm hereabouts when several head of frightened cattle recently undertook to breaic down the fence that kept them off the roadway. But the Owner Said bt were That Is One that his fence "turned" them in such a "kind, gentle, seething" way that they changed their minds in a hurry, in no way injured by the shock. Mg advantage in a fence to repel the attacks of animals with just enough "give" to protect them, but y tiH with the strength and that settles tfee matter that thore is no getting through, over or under. stand-up-abilit- The Fence in Question wks the and its record of wear and weather-resistin- g quality is well worth investigating by any farmer who wants every dollar of his fenco money to go the farthest secure the most. American Fences aro sold in weights and sizes for every purpose by farms," American "the fence of a million D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Ho earned money by teaching in smaller schools, by pri vate tntoring and by taking charge of Sunday school. Hero he taught the children musio by the sound note systom and made it so interesting that country folks for miles around drove in to hear the children sing. After a short timo of this, Bethany Collego,Indiana,opencd her doors to receive the tall, reticent youth who speedily led in all his c'asses, and who, when he was graduated, loft a record that is talked of today by tho faculty and students of that college. lie contrived to have spare moments in spite of his study record, dnd these ho the production of carefully concealed poems. devoted to writing for religious and Out of college, with a mind trained on political journals, translative works and the keenest issues of life, tho young Ken A tuckian began to look about him. friend knowing his attainments, and anxious t help him to tho top, wroto him of a vacant collcgo presidency, and advised him to apply. Clark's application read: 'I have just graduated from Bethany Remember that photo she witli highest honors; am twenty-on- e years old; six foot two inches high, weigh 170 pounds, am unmarriod, a gave you at'Xmas now Kentuckian by birth, a Campbollito in religion, a Democrat in politics and a it is up to you master mason." The collego faculty opened its eyes 10-1- 2 Open a. m. wide at this extraordinary communicaSundays) 2- - 4 p.m. tion, but wore quick to porcoivo tho originality and forco which dictated it. Ho was given the presidency, and at onco found his powors of resourco and severely taxed; for many of tho students wero o'dcr than ho, and tro'ible seemed imminont. One of those who was covertly watching the young president, tried his metllo by blacking and greasing a fellow student s face wbile he slept. The maltreated student was indignant, and reported the affair McGAUGHEV to tho president, who demanded a public apology at chapel time from tho offender. Tho student refused, whereupon self-contr- it." tie lougnt well. Light Bisciii! Delicious Cake' Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts In Memorian. In momory of my mother in heaven, J. C. George, who fell asleep in Jesus, Feb. 23, 1912. Darline mothor, you hare left us; Three long weeks slnco you have gone, But I know you're safo in heaven Mingling with tho happy throng. now wo watch to see you coming, How wo listen to hear you call, How we miss you, darling mother, One we loved so dear to all. Wo havo lost our darling mother, She has bid us all adieu, She has gono to live in heaven, And her person is lost to' view. Oh, that darling, how wo loved her. Oh, how hard to give her upl But an angel came down for hor And removed her from our flock. Her busy hands are folded, Her work on earth is done, Her trials all are ended, Her heavenly crown is won. Past her suffering, past her pain, Cease to weep, for tears are vain; Calm tho tempest of your breast, For sho who suffered is at rest. Patiently she boro her suffering. Loving hands did all they could, But God took her from our vision As dear mother thought Ho would. Just across the silent river, Over in tho heavenly land, Where there is no pain of parting That will grieve God's chosen band. From Your Child. Mrs. Many sufferers from rheumatism have been surprised and delighted with tho prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case of rheumatism in ten roquires any internal treatment whatever. This linimC-lment is for sale by all dealers. Do your corns hurt? Corn Remedy. Try it. 30-t- f ftfrfebM .Ml LfeB 1, The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream oi Tartar Clark, fixing him with a piercing eye, remarked with dignity: "You will either publicly apologize, or you will leave collego, and you have just three minutes to mako your choice." In two minutes tho student had decided to apologize, which he id boforo tho entiro college. Tho student was fully two years oldor than tho youth who had the power to expel him and so spoil his collcgo career. Flo resigned the presidency of Marshall Collego after ono year, electing to take special courses himself at higher Ho prospered marvelous-ly- . institutions. As a boyhood friend said: "Everything Champ touched was a success. Ho could do anything from farm work to translating Greek verso, and ho never seemed ovon to think of failure. For him, tho word did not exist." Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; ot oIy 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 mattre at f poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; feltedato hs-dreof little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Standing neatly tkee feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jus! the proper tetwiefl. so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-sixth ds r thr tion. Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, disproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the beSt Mattress value ffered. Come in today' and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly shew Dr. Russell's Wises' Drug Stork. x them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. is characteristics which have mado the present Speaker of tho Houso what ho is, can bo traced to the qualities of tho parents. His mother, especially, was a singularly brilliant and lovable woman. From his earliest boyhood, tho little Champ was encouraged to study, to think, reason and ponder over things, and so far as it lay in their power, both parents prepared him for a hard grapple with tho outer world. When ho was graduated, neither tho Many of tho sturdy Notice to Fox Runners. Fivo hundred and fifty-siacres of privato property, seo. Keep your hounds off these premises or they will damage me. That's all. Bnoxcno Jack Boswell, At the Old Stand. Office hours, one to twenty-foufull face of the watch. r; A Stearns & Foster a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to tony. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 VT. S. O. 39-- Let us give you a bid on your house painting, outsido ot inside. Only best material used. Workmanship guaranteed. Barlow & Dozier, 30-t- f 307 East Main street. 229 R. O. L. The hustling Cash Store 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 $15.00 $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for 12.50 20.00 Suits and Coats for 10.50 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Coats for 7.95 J 0.00 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 ' and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for. and J 7.50 Suits and Overcoats for -Suits and Overcoats for 7.50 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 Nuf f 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 $20.00 15.00 12.50 10.00 : 8-5- 0 V i . As is our custom, we will offer high class merchandise atia price' to close out advertised we wilknofcask you to buy. all odds lots and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If not as These prices continue as long as advertised. We are anxious to serve you to the mutual interest of both HAMILTON BROTHERS - . - Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall 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 S. B. RowWit, Mr. and Mrs. Jmrs OanMe and son, Robert Carnes. aad Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carnes. A delightful dinner was served aad a very pleasant day was spent by those present. Mr. W. L. McCoy, Superintendent of iiSWsa.i U. C Glee Club Coming. Johnetta Mines, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Vaughn, iu Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN McKB.E y The Richmond Climax. PERSONAL SOCIAL Broadway. Dr. Smoot of Maysville, was in town yesterday to see his cousin, Dr. C. E. Smoot, who is ill. Mrs. Bridges has returned to her hon e in Lewlsburg, Tenn., after a visit to the family'of her son, Prof. D. W. Bridges. Miss Bessie Tribble is visiting her aunt Mrs. Stoll in New York City. Mrs. Tom Douclas and daughter left last week for Canyon City. Col., to visit Mrs. Wagers. Mr. T. J. Smith and children, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with Mr. Smith's mother in this city. Miss Nettie Hurst, who has been ill at Pattie A. Clay Infirmary for several weeks, went to Parss Tuesday to take chart: e of an art store in that city. Miss Hurst has been with Owen McKee & Co., for the past two years. Mrs. Ed Coyle is back from Louisville, where she was In attendance on her little nephew, tne son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tipton, of Mt. Sterling, who recently underwent a serious operation for tubar cular trouble or the hip. Mrs. Tipton was formerly Miss Mary Coyle, ot this city, and has many friends hero who regret to hear of the little lad's illness. Dr. C. E. Smoot. who has been quite sick for the past ten days, was some what improved yesterday. Dr. Smoot was taken ill with an attack of la grippe, which was followed by an affection oi the ear. Dr. J. A. Stucky, of Lexington, was summoned and a diagnosis of the case revealed the necessity of an operation, which was performed and which has greatly relieved the sufferer. Dr. Smoot has many friends who will be gratified to learn of his permanent recovery, .our First Opportunity to bay Silk Hosiery direct frost the sort exeloMve IMPORTER ia New York at price that will atoMh you. A saving to you of from 2SS to SOS on each purchase. . In addition to thla saving to you in I CHURCH NOTES. "Somewhere, someway, sometime, each day I'll turn aside and stop and pray, That God will make the church the way Of righteousness to men." money, you are able to chose from a large assortment of styles, materials and prices. Our stock reflects Fashion's every whim from the worthy staple 25 cent cotton hose to the rarest and most delicate shades of silk stockings. The Girls' Guild of the Presbyterian church will meet with Misses Anna Mae and Ellen Walker, on West Main street on Wednesday, at 3:30 p.m. There will be a mooting of tho Sess'on at the Presbyterian church on next Sabbath morning at 10:30 o'clock at which time persons may bo received into the communion of this church.' Tho Working Circlo of tho First Presbyterian church will givo a "Beggar's Social" in McGaughey's Studio, in tho Clay building, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock, to which the public is invited. A silver offering will bo received. Rev. Z. Ball, of Monica, Ky., will occupy the pulpit at Mt. Pleasant church next Sunday. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend the services. The Bragfkld Guarantee H any article purchased from tu fail to firs perfect Mtisfsction, send it Lack at our expense, and we will send you new ood or refund your money. NUMBERS TRY ONE OF OUR LEADING No. 99 Ladles' pate thread tilk boot bote. Dees etrtrr top of Utle. Reinforced teel tnd Sizes 8 to 10. toe. Vcrr tbecr. AU cole-ftStaple pair 35c. 3 pair $1.00. pore thread iltk hole. Deep Ko. 100 Ladlet' heel sod toe. tarter top of lisle. Vcrr ahecr, AH colon. Sizes 8 to 10. Sample pair 47c. 6 pair S2.7S. No. 146 Ladlci' pure thread illk hoie; Il(ht weight, Etrplias lisle tarter top; sole, heel and toe. Black onlr. Sizes 8 la 10. Sample pair 89c 6pait3-23- . Hale how. saner top, sole heel and toe. Hits spliced heel. Medium weltht. All col-er- s. Slits 8 lo 10. Sample pair 95c. 6 pairs $3.20. thread silk No.152-I.C-B. lis" Special UJici' No. 10S "Xtetropoli. pare Special Ladies' pore thread aitlc hose. "The hoslcrr of i hundred dlrlerentshadcs." We can match anr town or shoe. Sires 8 to 10. Sample pair $1.39. 6 pair $8.00. "Spring Display. This week at Engle & Co.'s. Men's hose in tie same qualities as all the aboTe specials may be had at the same J price. On& Free Dog. I L Everybody will get to keep one free AND dog without paying taxes on him after the new law goes in effect. The question rUElKlEO ETERT WEtlBMT IT of paying taxes does not seem to disturb J. CBRASFIELD&Co. owners of dogs so much as having to pay TEE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Items of Interest Regarding Home 1 Madison Ave, New York City. SI per year on something that has been folk and Other, (Incorporated.) decided by the Court of Appeals was not property. According to our view and RICHMOND'S GREATEST STORE 40-Pres. and Mgr. Attorney T. H. Collins was in Frank the decision of the highest State court, A. D. Milter we do not understand how the dog tax fort Friday on legal business. Sec'y-Trea- s. W. 0. WhHe BIRTHS. Mr. Charles Tharp, of Estill county, can be legally collected. MtnUr t was in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 6. B. Ballard are reASSOCIATIOH PRESS KENTUCKY Al Grohe to Manage Millinery display, March 28 and 20 at ceiving congratulations overjho arrival i Pioneers. Miss K. V. Schmidt's, Second street.392t of a handsome son, who weighed eleven LEAGUE. EIGHTH Dt$TRCT PUBLISHERS I Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Elder have return Al Grohe came up from Cincinnati pounds. Mrs. Ballard was formerly ed from a ten days' vieit in New York last week and affixed his signature to a Miss Mattie Warford. YEAB city. PER FBIOE $1.00 contract to manage the Richmond Base "Keep your hogs free from worms. These deadly pests will rob yea cf yr Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Breck are the Mr. Frank Baxter and Miss Miranda IN ADVANCE Mrs. J. W. Zaring is the guest of her Ball team during the coming season. proud profits starve your stock make them thin, scrawny and finally kin. If yz 2 parents of a beautiful little Barclay, both of this city, were married daughter, airs. John li. Allen, in Car iuuuw me auvice cu we oesr. siocjcmen, yon will nave Mr. Grohe successfuly managed the daughter who came Sunday morning to 1912 lisle. WBDNBSDAY. MARCH 27 Wednesday at the Christian church parPioneers two years ago and his return to bless and brighten their home. NO MORE FROM WORMS sonage, Uev. E. B. Barnes olllciating. Miss Eunice Prathcr. of Lancaster, E. C Stone, Sec of the American Hampshire Swine has been visiting friends and relatives Richmond will be heralded with delight Most Furious Snow Storm. Mr. Baxter is a nephe.v of W. P. Baxter Ohaihmxn Usbbbwoob et the Ways in this city. Kecord Assn. says: I know of nothing so good, re- by his many admires in this city. Every and is a splendid young man. He is uaoie ana cneap to expel worms and put nogs in m Mmw Omektee was Interrupted Arriving from Kentucky last Friday Hon. W. B. Smith was in Frankfort preparation is being made for the open long been a Democratic custom It has employed by the L. & N. Railroad Comcondition to digest food as Bottle of One ia Ms speeefe against the sugar tax by a Monday on business in the Court of Ap ing game which will take place on May evening, Mr. Con Taylor, a well known TBADC HARR in Madison county to give a second term pany as brakeman. His bride is a very Louiutana member, who inquired of Mr. peals. 1, and tho fans of this city may rest as hardware merchant and of to those officials who perform their duty popular and attractive young lady, and Us4rw-eewitat he anticipated, would Mrs. E. Y. Elder and daughter, Miss sured that those composing the Pioneers the Board of Education 'of Richmond, wellduring the first term of office, they both have a host of friends, who and you Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. happen to the sspar industry ia Louisi- Mattie Elder, spent the week-en- d in this season will be heard from. Pros. brought the news of the most furious can make no mistake by deciding to cast Every poultry raiser shmtld k?cp a bottle of will wish them every happiness. ana if the tax was removed from sugar. Lexington. pects at iho present are very promising snow storm of the entire winter, which aus.nix.orr. your vote for R. Is. Terrill for this medicine on hand. Write for freo sample replied frankly that he Mr. Uie-Yvoe- i Is a medicated salt different from all other Miss Dovie Parke, of Brookstown, is for Richmond to have the best aggrega' occurred on Wednesday last. Objects on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, to the office of County Court Clerk. and Booklet REMEDY C3UPA3T, Leilngtsn, Ij. remedies, aate. sure la kill worn,, tones un B3UEB3N did Mt ksw what would happen to the visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Burgin, tion of ball players since the organiza one hundred feet away were invisible, your stock,belps turn (bod into fat and flesh quickly. His record is open for the closest inspec puis animais in prime condition to eet t litijwtr tadastrv f that state, but hoped near White Hall. tion of the Blue Grass League. Players so dense was the down-fa- ll of '"the tion. prices, wmmence eettintr rid c tt Sold by Perry's Drug Store. Mr, B. M Lackey left Thursday for a will arrive about April 15 when practice it would survive, as it had done on preTODDerwonns today. Use beautiful the beautiful snow!" Think costs but cent per day, per visit to his sister, Mrs. W. B. William- view eeeasie5. He added there was work will begin. A meeting of the di- of iL Floridans, you who, on the same hoe or sheep. fon, in Minneapolis, Minn. mm thieg he did knew, however, and rectors of the League was held in Lex day were basking coatless and hatless tbat was that the total production of Mrs. T. D. Wilkerson has returned to ington yesterday to adopt schedule for in the sunshine can you conceive of home in Lexington, after a visit to swear ia Leaisiaaa was less than one- - her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Pigg. the season and attend to other matters such weather only twenty-four- hours her loath ef the eatire sugar consumption TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS distant from us? Mrs. Sam McGinn, of Beattyville, has of importance to the association. in the UeKed States, aad that he did concluded a visit to her sister, Mrs, When Mr. Taylor boarded the train White Buck in ladies shoes. High MtfceMeve M the principle of axing Harry Wagers, on Second street. for DeLand ho looked like Santa Claus and low heels medium and wide toes 92,004,009 American citizens in order I have in stock the best lino of material in tho city and covered with snow. Arriving here Miss Yirginia Chinn, of Frankfort, at $3.50 and $4.00. Rice & Akxold. can givo you the best work when it comes to putting on tbat a comparative few sugar producers tended the First Church of Christ where all is brilliant sunshine and rubber tiring. I also do all kinds of repairing on car(Scientist) services, Sunday last. mhjht BMke an extra profit. riages, buggies, wagons, etc. Let mo make you prices on Conference For Education. balmy atmosphere, he exclaimed: wagon beds and frames. Mr. Horbert Scrivener, of 'Winchester. This work will be done at very "Is this a dream? State primary law in Ken was The first The Conference for Education in the close figures, as I believe in live and let live prices. Let the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs, Then waking would be pain; teeky wilt be hetd on Saturday, August S. IL Thorpe and Mrs. Cecil Thorpe. South will hold its 15th annual session me paint your wagon or buggy and mako same good as Oh, do not wake me 6, this year, under the new primary law new I make a specialty of repairing, all kinds of farm Let mo dream again!" In Mrs. Joe Arnold and Mrs. James in Nashville, Tenn., April machinery, such as mowors, binders, etc. Will give you rooonUy passed by the Legislature and Turner have returned from a short' visit this conference leading educators.statcs-meDeLand, (Fla.) Supplement, the best work and will do it quickly, and guarantee all approved aad signed by Governor to Mrs. Jack Adams, in Lancaster. editors,lawyers,physicians,preach-ers- , C. E. Woods, Editor. work to be Call and seo me bofore going elseAt this primary election candi farmers, merchants, manufacturers, Mrs. E. J. Ader, of Cincinnati, has re where. Shop on Main street, opposito L. & N. Depot. A Record Breaker. dates of all parties for Representatives turned home after a visit to her sister, public spirited and thoughtful men and in Congress will be nominated, except Mrs. Jack Adams, on Third street. women from all prof essions and from all Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday Miss Hallie Gott has just completed a walks of life, meet to discuss in a broad, nights the grand climax of fraternalism ia the Seventh district, where the nomination has already been made, business course at Wilbur R. Smith's practical way the fundamental problems was reached in Kentucky. The event Business College at Lexington and is Under this law all primary elections are now of education and life in their application was the cu'mination of a united effort at home. to be bold en the first Saturday in Au of Central Kentucky Knights of Pythias Messrs. E Blanton, R. C. Stockton to conditions in the Southern Slates. On gust of each year, and the expense is and Warfield Bennett attended a meet the program will be such speakers as Lodges to securo candidates for tho to be heme by the State. Consequent- ing of the Blue Grass Base Ball Associa President Robt. C. Ogden of Now York Rathbone Bible Classes which were held ly, the primary ejection to nominate tion in Lexington yesterday. City; Hon. Walter L. Fisher, Secretary in Covington, Lexington and Corbin, on eaMiidates for the various county offices Mrs. F. M. Stivers will attend the of the Interior: Count J. H. Gon Berns-- above dates. The meeting at Lexington cannot be held mtil August 2, 1912. celebration of the sixtieth wedding toff, Ambassador from the German Em Friday night, eclipsed anything of the anniversary oi ner grandparents. Sir. pire to the United States; Dr. Walter H. kind ever beforo witnessed within the Oar. MoCbbakt used a handsome gold and Mrs. William Nicholas, in Liberty, Page,Editor of the World's Work; Jouk-hee- r State, and possibly since the foundation umo, on April l. pen in approving the bills providing for J. London, Minister from tho of the Order. Knights of Pythias from Mrs. John Flanagan, of Lexington, is a now Governor's mansion aad the crea u u u o- tneguest mis week ot sirs John Mershon. Netherlands to the United States; Dr. all over Central Kentucky began arriv Building uoa of MeCroary county, which will be Mrs. Flanagan tl is delighted with Rich John L. Coulter, specialist in Agricul ing in the city early Friday morning, sttMahly inscribed aad presented to the mond and Richmond people are glad to tural Statistics; Hon. Joseph W. Bailey, and continued to pour in on spccicl and State Ilisto-riea- l Society for preservation nave nor as a visitor. II U. S. Senator from Texas; Hon. Brad- regular trains until 8 o'clock at night, aaong the interesting relics kept there. Mrs. Wm. Arnold has returned from ford Knapp, Director of Form Demons- when the meeting was called to order at 1 ii .1 iiVK!.tc---- ' li li As administrator of the estate of Har Gov. McCreary naturally took a great Newberry, S. C, after an absence of tration Work and many others of the Woodlawn Park Auditorium, where two dol L. Todd, I will offer at Public Sale pride is signing these two masures,aad several months, being called to that city most noted men in the world. It is thousand Knights assembled to witness on ot it was at his suggestion that a new gold on accountwho tne illness ot ner brother, doubtful if a stronger program has ever the solemn and imprcssivo ceremonies Mr. Fant, died about ten days ago. pen was provided to be kept as a State Mrs. L.R. Blanton, who has been quite been presented at any other conference of the rank of Page conferred on 287 m em onto of the two occasions. Gov. All of the Grand Lodge in ior several weeks, was taken to Louis- - in this country. There are no fees of candidates. MeCreary has hardly used the same pen vmo Thursday to consult a specialist. 1912, at 10 o'clock, on the premises of any kind. Everybody is gladly welcom officers of Kentucky, with the exception twtee in signing bills, the authors in Mrs. Blanton has a host of friends, who the farm known as the "II. N. Wells ed. The railroads have given a rate of of one, were present. General Fred E. nearly every case making a request for wish for her a speedy restoration to farm, ono and one-hamiles from one and one-hafare plus fifty cents on Wheaton, Supreme Keeper Records and Union City, Madison county, the follow the pea with which the Governor affix health. the certificate plan. Tickets will be on Seal, of Minneapolis, Minn., obligated ing property: Messrs. J. D. Webb and James Willis. ed Ms signature to their measures. One old mare in foal bv Tom of Estill county, passed through Rich sale from March 30 to April 15, inclu the new members and used tho famous l. Frankfort Covington, one mare by Linn mond, last week from a trin to Moriran sive. For. further information in regard Rathbone Bible, which Hon. Justus IT, Boyd, one mare by Verdict in county, where they bad been to buy to local arrangements, address A. E, Rathbone, the founder of the Order, used foal by' jack, ono Mte wii to repeal uie lax on muies. hbk mare by xney state tnat tne prices are Booth, Nashville. A large delegation in obligating the first members, forty- Ilockaday in foal by jack, one 3 year- sugar was up for disoussion in the very high. eight years ago. Mr. Wheaton is a lead norso ny rom uovington, one year- from Kentucky should attend this con oiu Ilouse, Asher C. Iliads, of Maine, arose Mrs. Rutherford Blanton. of Rich iinR uorse, iwo cows anu calves one 2- ing Knight and for twenty-seve- n years, and loudly proclaimed that a certain mond, is ill at the Norton Memorial In ference. : : year old stripper cow, two yearling ICc OoprrUU IStQ, br the tSuodard Adr. Co, has been editor of the Pythian Advocate T. J. Coates, ledger in the steers, two yearling heifers, two shoats, ce of the Sugar Trust firmary. Her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Supervisor of Rural Schools, of Minneapolis, Minn. He was a staunch two wagons, one new; one rub: : : in New York would siiow that the trust Shackelford, of Richmond, is with Mrs. ICc O N E Y placed in the bank is secure, and provides bor-tir- e Uurnam Hume, at her home on friend of Hon. Justus H. Rathbone, who buggy, good as new; one runhad seat checks to the campaign man Second street during her daughter's stay against want, degradation and loss of social cosiUnn. about, good; two sets buggy harness. was a clerk in the Treasury Department 7 2c agers of both the Democratic and Repu- nere. Uouner-- J ournal. gear and bridles, at Washington City, and thoy spent In no other way can you secure an indemnity against the wagon saddles and bridles,plow gear, two blican parties. Mr. Hardwick, of men's two side sad Mrs. J. W. Snoderass. of Charleston. 3c many, many happy hours together. At rigors of time dles, ono A barrow, one cultivator, one Georgia, replied. lie said that what W. Va., has been visiting her sister, the meetinjr,,Mr. Wheaton distributed mowing macnine, one turning plow. Will soon be here. Mr. Hinds stated was true, but that the Mrs. W. S. Broaddus. for the nast week. Nothing ts : : ,' 3c two double-shovelone new cutting as souvenirs among the Pythians,a brief STATE BANK El TRUST same book also showed that the check She left Tuesday for Middlesboro for a box, mowing blades and cradle, stitchers more appropriate for an Easter history of this famous little book, which to her mother. Mrs. W. S. Ballard. visit Farm wbloh had been seat to the Democratic She and Mrs. Broaddus spent ana douole-tree- s, pitch forks, three log 12 two davs can easily be carried in tho pocket. It RICHMOND, KY gift than . . cnains, anvil, grind stone, maul and campaign headquarters had been return- of last week in Lexineton visitinir wedges, some carpenter tools, thirty or measures 3V inches wide, 5'A inches Hominy, ed uncashed, whereas the one sent to friends. : 3c forty barrels of corn, 100 shocks fodder, long and inches in thickness. It is the Republican had been cashed and one stack hay, 100 chickens, hens; four Friends of Mr. S. A. Dealherace vlll preserved in a handsome case, which : 12. spent. turkey hens and ono torn, ono cooking regret to learn tbat he has been quite also contains a photograph of the found stove, one iron stove boiler, ono large ill at his home on North street. Mr. Mb. Roosevelt's support of reforms Deathcrage has been threatened with : er. The Bib'e was published In the 13c kettlorsomo household and kitchen fur: niture and many other things too nuis appreciated but when he asks credit pneumonia and is also suffering from year 1835, and was given to Hon. Justus (Van merous to mention. This genial gentleman : beyond Democrats one Ss reminded of rheumatism. A. Rathbone on his fifth birthday, by At the same time I will rent the farm, has manv frienda trim the old colored man's inquiry. He was hopethe sympathy of recovery, his mother, and was used by him on which contains 150 -1 acres, about for his speedy : : bc Carries a complete line of Pat February 19,1801. when tho flvo original hoeing cotton ia July and mopping the thirty acres for corn, balance in grass; Mr. Grant Shearer celebrated his! has good house and never-failin- g perspiration from bis face looked up at terns and Embroidery Materials. members of the order of Knights of Py water. : 13c : birthday Terms made known on day of sale. his home, near the sun and asked: "Wbar was yo' last 40th last week. at Among those whoCal-- i Prices low and satisfaction thias were obligated. ewt, enis. Al. tood. Administrator. December when we needed you." Today there are nearly a million joyed the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Lono Tom CnENAUXT, Auctioneer. : : 10c guaranteed. t members groped under its glorious ban :. ner, and Knights of Pythias are known : 10c all over tho world. Tho life of the Second-Han- d Order is eternal, for the spirit which prompts it Friendship, Charity and Benevolence can never die. The three Rolled 10c meetings held in Kentucky has added 7 2c 1912 1912 some six hundred new members to the New 7 2c Order, and the good to accrue from YOU,.ARE INVITED TO INSPECT these is too great for enumeration and our'exceptionaluy ATTRACTIVE beyond computation. Following the DISPLAY OF ADVANCE STYLES OF secret work, the historical play, "Damon and Pythias," which enthuses everv H E "CALORIC" does hotter cooking and baking than is possible by CARS FOR RENT loyal Knight, was ably presented by an any other method. That may sound like a strong statement to you all star team, and was greatly enjoyed CONSISTING OF I have everything in the way of Autowho do not know the possibilities of this wonderful time and labor saving by all. Normal City Lodge No. 102, mobile Supplies. I have a Steam Vul70-8- 0 stove, but it is founded upon absoluto. results. Foods cookod in the 1 Oc Ricbmond, made a most creditable : canizing Plant and can do any kind of showing at tho Lexington mooting. For "Calwle" are far more nutritious and palatable. The delicate, deliOUR OWN AND IMPORTED MODELS ropairs on Casings or Tubes. I have Figs, 1 -cious Haver of meats are far more savory whon cooked the "Caiwte" : the past three weeks the membership : one of the nicest locations in the city way, because none of the wholesomeness is lost by evaporation. aHtl had been very active, and as a result of and am prepared, to make any kind of Dried Apples., The "Calwtc" roMts and bakes food in its raw stato without first - 1 2c their efforts, twenty-fou- r . YOUR PRESENCE WILL BE APPRECIATED names were repairs on an Automobile. I do Paintpartially cooking it in m ordinary stovo or rol.oating H beforo serving. added to their membership list. Fouring and Varnishing. All. work guaran teen candidates, accompanied by some If you have never tasted food cooked in tho "Catwie" Cookstove twenty-fiveo- r teed, I carry a complete stock ot Dia more members, attended you eannot realize the vast difference in flavor. the Lexington meeting, and the candid' mond Tires and Tube. If yoa are ia- Come to our store and let us demonstrate to you how you can reduce tm were oblimted bv Mr. Wheaton. lerwted In an Automobile, it will mv sLr your meat and grocery bills with a "Calerie" Pireless Cookstove. Come normal Uity Xjodre has a MfMweetitative you to make my Garaga a vWUli 242 o MTV U. Membership and" ta and bring your TodaV it Is in th forefrraot at fraternal. the Grand Opera Bom. km, and with it representative bedy of HOY MONTGOMERY, Men dlspUyintr mo much vim mmd vivar With aad fraternal spirit, it is destined to jrp Corar B and RICHMOND, dccond street onward and upwardand here's hopin Water Streets, KENTUCKY -in. iiMsvsHiiMiMMHBBiHvaKimmmiHii 1 AU hosiery sent express free on receipt of price. These goods cannot ho had from retailers. For our illustrated catalogue of Una, Hosiery. and Neckwear write direct to 4t Tho First Church or Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly every Sunday in their apartments, 130 Second street. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Lesson sermon at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening.testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Free reading room 15, Hobson building, open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Subject for next well. Sunday, March 31,at 11 a. m. "Reality." tenor, and Mr. Gus The public is cordially invited to any Mr. Morris Hopf, the Gorman Lazaron, tho mimic, are also and all services. with tho clubs this season, and will contribute to tho evening's entertainment. BASE-BAL- L NOTELS. As a tenor soloist Mr. Hopf has no equal in the clubs. Mr. Lazaron is well known The Louisville Times says: "The first as a soloist, impersonator and imitator, classed with course of umpiro instruction, given by his imitations beingMr. Lazaron is the rebest of their kind. that prince of indicator handlers, Babe ceived with enthusiasm wherever he Ryan, was a distinct success. Old Silver makes his appearance The Cincinnati Clubs aro playing at Kink laid it out on catch and trick decisions. Points of play likely to con- popular prices and come well recommended. They fuse an ump's brain were demonstrated Opera House noxt will be at the Grand Wednesday evening, to the satisfaction of tho boys on the and thoso who enjoy music, humor and staff. Besides Ryan, Mulligan, Dun- a good time should not miss tho Univercan, Hanrahan, Ross and Magruder sat sity of Cincinnati Gleo and Mandolin Clubs. in the circlo and imbibed the straight stuff Ran handed around. After the party broke up, President Neal buttonholed Mulligan, the husky looking Saturday League recruit, and got the youngster to sign up for service in the Blus Grass League. If Mulligan is half as good as he looks, leagues higher up will be bidding for his services noxt down the thruat of a "capey" year. Instructor Ryan proposes to keep chicken destroys the worms up his missionary work on this line until and saves the chlcVs life. A the opening of the season. His sccood lew drops in the drinkintr water effort will be delivered at Sutcliffe's CURES and Saturday League headquarters, Satur-nigh- t. PREVENTS GAPES Umpire Jimmy Mulligan goes white diarrhoea, roup, cholera to President Neat's Blue Grass League." and other chick diseases. The Univorsity of Cincinnati Glee and Mandolin Clubs, will appear In Richmond on Wednesday, April 3, and their reputation gives assurance that they will Tho make tho occasion memorable. performance is one of the best that tho Cincinnati College Boys hae ever produced. Tho charming musical numbers have boen worked up with great care, many of the selections being stories in thetnselves, told with elaboration and detail. Tho clubs aro under tho direcs, tion of two skilltd and experienced Prof. Edward Glover and Mr. Lloyd Miller. Prof. Glovor, who is considered one of Cincinnati's most skilled and able musicians, is well known in musical circles throughout the entire country. Prof. Glover has arranged and is conducting tho music for that magni-ficieexhibition, "The World in Cincinnati" now going on in the Queen Citv. The performances, given by the clubs this year, will contain, in part, a scene dopicting real college life by real college men. This number has been arranged with the greatest of cart; special attention having been givon to tho stago setting. In order to picture college life as it is and to revive old memories of college graduates. The singing of a number of renowned and fascinating collego songs, makes the scene ono of special interest. Tho clubs are fortunate in having with them this season Mr. Robert Heuck, tho famous German comodian. Mr. Heuck is tho best comedian tho Cincinnati University has ever had. and his typical verses, monologues and parodies are not only timely, but pithy and humorous as mus-ciannt At gladsome Easter Tide the Spring- Sap flaws, From Trees and Bushes peep the opening Ruds; On Wife and Maiden one sees handsome Clothes, And even Man must get himself New Duds. - From Poems of A. Nyse Phitt Don t You Think for a Minute That the female of the species has it on the Men folks for Clothes this Easter. She simply isn't in it. We can rig you out so handsomely your girl will have to take a second look to make sure it's you. Suits for Instance With every Virtue of Fit, Style, Make, you could get in a Suit made to order, except the price. That's about half of what you expect for Pile of Style Make of Suits in New Grays, Durbar Tan, Roosvelt Brown, Mixtures in Cadet Gray, and so on down the line. One prettier than the other. Fifteen Dollars will do so much Good Clothes buying during our Easter Exhibit, you open your" eyes for wonder. will The Other Easter Things Easter Neckwear is always an event. Then the makers out-d- o one another in Color, Shape and Combination. And we have skimmed the Cream for you. Shirts in all the New Colors, Percales, Woven Madras, Novelty fabrics of all sorts from $ .00 and up to meet the Aviators. It's the fullest showing of Easter Clothes and Fixings we have ever made. 1 W. D. Oldham and Compam m E R0P araied LOSSES BoiirbonPouliryCure 50c Sal-Ve- t." Cut Price Wall Paper Sal-V- et W. D. Buckley & Company Sale Now Going On Beautiful Patterns n, y. first-clas- s. Richmond W. X. Mansfield & Co. Kentuclc' 31c up & Son Fresh Canned Goods WWCANJMPffl L. 11 , B. Ji.ett OLD AGE v'ki 1UT YOU lf News-Journa- Now is your chance to Administrator's Sale. save money as all lines Thursday, March 28, of Canned Goods are advancing every day lf Opera House Eastei COMPANY s, Dainty Hand Embroidery Miss Eva Roberts 1- 39-2- Tomatoes, 3 pound can Sweet Potatoes, 3 pound can Our Country Brand Corn, per can Pride of Naomi Brand Corn, per can Soaked Peas, per can Orchard Brand Peas, per can Lye 3 pound can String Beans, 3 pound can Alaska Salmon, per can Pie Pumpkin Camps) Table Peaches, 3 pound can 2 pound can Pie Peaches, 3 pound can Pears, 3 pound can l-- 8 8 8 l-- l-- 1- -2. Kc Bargains in ANNOUNCEMENT With the Caloric New package Mincemeat, 10c package Oats, l-- l-- Spring and Summer Millinery Pattern Hats and Novelties Come to the Demonstration April 1st, and Continues One Week T New Dried Fruits size, per pound Thursday Hi Friday, Marck 28 29 New Prunes, New Cooking New Country per pound per pounds 8 3c Wt E. V. ELDER iiouaini ,,r. mZT7ZW. " frV . D. McCollom & Co. the Little Price" comer Hill Douglas, Simmons & Deathcrage j The Little Store iipwwotw s mtilwi m aa.it 302 Irvine-s- t, Telephone 357 V LI tyWrmTmt Outlasts Mst c a At tarn Jm MMtoT FLINTOID ROOFING Nearly Twenty Years Test Preves k. FIVE Ordkary JWs. THE Has no Equal for Farm, Factory aad Residence build-i- n s. water ti&kt d. Yew Dealer fWalsla i Samples ask Us. CK3aiLeakKleefs xsrsre ad Preofs. absolutely C IE oi ROOFING The Diem & Wing DEPARTMENT Paper Company, . OHIO PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, old by ToddEdwards Lumber Co. Richmond. KY CHICAGO, ILL, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, COLUMBUS, DETROIT, AND 0., NICrL, 0., 0., 0., ALL POINTS NORTH. TA, GU, Z: OAS, TEX., ORLEANS. BIRKIKGHAW, ALA., GALVESTOH, TEX., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEPORT, LA., KKCXVlLLE, TEKN., Affl AIL POtVTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. UU CHAPTEK I. The scene opening of the story Is laid la the at the or aa library old yora-j- ut soutliern plantation, knows as the Barony. The place is'te be sold, and Its history and that of the Qalauirds, Is the subjectthe owsers. of discussion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a business P?a". a stranger known as Blades, and Bob Taney, a. farmer, when Hannibal Ajayne Hazard. a mysterious cWM of tne old southern makes his appearance. Taney family, how he adopted tells the boy. CHAPTER Ferris the Barony, but the Qulntards deny boys any knowledge of the boy. Taney to keep Jan'baJ-- . Captain Murrell. a friend of the appears and asks questions about the Barony. CHAPTER at Scratch HHL lancys home, when is kidnaped by Dare Blount. Hannibal ilurreU'a Captain Taney Jfent. thrashing overtakes Blount, gives Jum a and secures the boy. CHAPTER TV. Taney Is served with a warrant for assaulting Blount. Taney appears berore Squire Balaam, and Is discharged with costs for the plaintiff. Malroy. a ,CI.lAFTEii Ferris es. has an encounterfriend with Captain Morrell. who forces his attentions on her. and Is rescued by Brace Carrlngton. who threatens to whip the captain. UX-Tro- uWe v--""-y H 1 SYNOPSIS. PRODIGAL JUDGE der the enlivening and elevating influence of com whisky, but now he was his own cheerless self, and rather jaded by the passing of the hours "which he had sacrificed to an irksome responsibility. "What word do you fetch from the captain, brother? he demanded. "Miss Malroy Is to be taken down river," responded Carrington. Slosson swore with surpassing fluable-bodie- and saw the blunt how swing off to undergone- - during the preceding hours had left Its record the sofllh as they "were plunged into twenty-fou- r on her tired face and in her heavy the black shore shadows. But what he did sot see was a big eyes. She retained a shuddering con- fnuaa fkji vtmmil it muscular hand which had thrust itself out of the impenetrable gloom and THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO clutched the side of the keel D3t-- Coperincident with this there arose (Incorporated.) and fect babel of voices, shrill. A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. "Sho I bet It's him! Sho It's UnSee'y-Trea- s. W. G. White cle Bob's newy! Sho, you can hear 'em! Sho', they're shoo tin' guns! Brtitr ( Sho'!" Titf Siclunf ad Clinax. high-pitche- d FEDINCi For Producion of Em it Carrlngton cast a harried glance in the direction of these sounds. There between the boat and the shore the dim outline of a raft was taking shape, was now canopied by a wealth of KFsTUCaT PS ESS aSSOCUTOs aal OSHTH OtSTalCT KWsfuS PER LEASSE. TICE ffl.00 rsf TEAS pale gray smoke that faded from before his eyes as the darkness lifted. Turning, he saw Slosson and his men clearly. Surprise and consternation asvascx 1913 This is oae vary asseattal point, which roa sfsaaiti sever at ajty taae overtook. Bms oaaaot lay aalmi they are sapaMod wia th aseterial frees wMak,!? are soade. A Ha is osdy a. asacMao far 1 imt. Eggs oat of the Material wMek site fioda ia bar loed, aad aefess she is givea the proper TOXIC ratraferly. along with her feed, she caaaot man a fact are BOGS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27 . - "ts Sort's, East, South and West V.k THE THROUGH FM5 . HISffi CAR SERVICE OF THE QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. F?K 2 JSM AH. CTHCS IvrSRKATICX, ' - ' vrtr xti Tcfcrt ivaMitx r, lt C - CALL CN OR WRITE ln - SL, - - - - LEXINGTON, KY. CINCINNATI. OHIO. Betsy's Pointers have never seen a woman good sense but w had with beauty enough to make ner-se- lf highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at "I Lackey & Todd rite Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing - Opera House Building every SUFFERIIB ?T UAyUDITCFOR 1 nirtll If III 230 Paees. THIS L. BOOK SEMT CDEE rilfcfc ARertibleAslhorIjcaKerrocj,Bloo!j zr.i Special Diseases s 6 Free PrecaipUsnx, Prepxii to All Who Write. WTfcjEilto rtnpty .end yog Mat and adgreaa. CTe ytmr - x 4 rrt Bccctpsa T..-of mJrio to younf trttlny japed and ud nara a&ocx UkowJtw and their n w t ywt isrefl aad bow ta dwiwi. uEtorxoraai'U.zoraMixpiaeexon rnirr aaj oMfeauom WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THESE DISEASES? TlZZjtrT r.U BtoodPctoon. renin, BrldaPtetm VVrxyTrenbU t, XXJarrtd Imuu Stand, Mafcefaa, Liter Trootda, Vane, oe e I Iron. Licrr, yrrranirfw Simn Miwih.Bkct; Stro-- r veafcseia. Lsnbaec. Hs DiacfcarTM. aavl t aOMM AtttfSoLc for Joioi . cJ of Uj Vmo n. IM maaj -Xamax c but ctpir ntnAtwae;(or .la rt et Afiegertspo&aence atzlcttr cocXeattaL CSFTbonufs ol ota tre in cecd elthn nimble bona aes are ten&rg for it Lex&ap UeSical latiitste CiiTHmiH Esotpped !si Jea On!j. Write T ar carineia." fr mtcotMMaUiaumaiM'wm oOer agitt far till Tal aranoi aaBmtao andtf yoaartaiaacanonwdadTlee. m fensd bcalU today. "Imaraaee berru mwrir. tasvloVc , 1 E?rt 5 A Arate. CHe8satl, Ohio tat,. A (fRgft&iyH Noticei Pouiiry Raisers CURES era, Ganes, LimbernecK, Roup, Canker,, :jTr Diarrhoea and all Diseases o! Poultry J aadliiiii tine bol . d Rrpr 1 ""Oor tWn ibc a urias . ttoxJ brStta. Kr nana anJiJwni nAianxiatr. ItiiInebtrrrTciieTelncrattcdL GuraMctd ij J. Bbt. Crest. Bzr&tewn, Kjr. Price 50c at all Druggists. -- raw. i jf r mot B Ittttu a. Ky, tare I tare iiujfai. Re ui aaaanllinbgnpck i r 4-- lor jmij C - a 60LD DY STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Did You Know That you Ready-to-we- ar can be fitted in a Suit, or get the swellest Silks and Poplins and have your dress made by making your purchases at JOHN R. GIBSON & GO'S We want you to buy Onyx hosiery, which you can find in any shade in our stock sk to see our lady's "Mannish Sliirt" and Hand Embroidered Underwear 0 rders NLY s& JOB PRItsTINQ Your Out-of-Town? THE CLIMAX emptors FIR5T-CLA5- 5 WORKME.N. ency. d "Say, we're five men risking our necks to oblige htm! You can get married a damn sight easier than thU if you go about it right I've done it lots of times." Not understanding the significance of SIos son's allusion to his own matrimonial career, Carrlngton held his peace. The tavern-keepswore again vrtth unimpaired vigor. "You'll find mighty few men with more experience than me," he asserted, shaking his head. "But if you say the word " "I'm all for getting shut of thls!" answered Carrlngton promptly, with a sweep of his arm. "I call these CHAPTER VX-B- etty sets out for Tennessee ho- -. Carrlngton takes her pretty close quarters!" the same stage, .ancy and Hannibal disapStill shaking his head and mutter-lag- , pear, with llurrell on their trail. Ho sprang ashore the tavern-keepe- r overtakes them In the mountains or Tennessee. Murrell gets Taney drunk and and mounted the bank, where his stabs him In a fight that followed. Hanslouching figure quickly lost Itself in nibal escapes In a canoe. the nlght. CHAPTER Vn. Hannibal arrives at Canington took tip his station on the home of Judge S locum Price. which tilled CHAPTER VIir.-T- he Judge recognizes the Sat roof of the cabin was rememIn the boy. the grandson of an old time the stern of the boat. He friend. Murrell arrives at Judge's home. Hannibal hears of the finding of Taney's bering that day in the sandy Barony road and during all the weeks and body. Price arrested as counterfeiter. CHAPTER IX. Cavendish family on moBths that had intervened, Murrell,y raft rescue Taney, who Is apparently working in secret, had moved stead-ilurau. mre oreaics jau. toward the fulfilment of his deUnquestionably he had been CHAPTER X. Betty and Carrlngton sires! arrive at Belie Plain. back of the attack on Norton, had inCHAPTER XI. Hannibal's rifle dis- spired his subsequent murder, and the closes some startling things to the Judge. man's sinister and mysterious power Hannibal and Betty meet again. had never been suspected. CarrlngCHAPTER XIT. Murrell arrives In ton knew that the horse-thieve- s ami Belie Plain. Is playing for big stakes. slave stealers were supposed to mainCHAPTER XnX Taney awakes from tain a loosely knit association; he long dreamless sleep on board the raft. wondered if Murrell were not the CHAPTER XIV. Judge Price makes moving spirit in some such organizastartling discoveries In looking up land tion. titles. Charley Xorton. a young planter, woo assists the judge, is mysteriously as"It Td only pushed my quarrel with saulted. hlra!" he thought bitterly. CHAPTER XV. Norton informs CarHe heard Slosson's shuffling step in rlngton that Betty has promised ta marry Mm. Carrington bids Betty geod'bye. the distance, a word or two when he Norton is mysterionsly shot. spoke graSy to some one, and a moCHAPTER XVI. More Meat on Mur-rel- ment later he saw Betty and the boy, plots. He plans uprising of ne- their forms darkly silhouetted against groes. the lighter sky as they moved along CHAPTER XVn. The Judge and Hanthe top of the bank. Slosson, withnibal visit Betty. out any superfluous gallantry, helped CHAPTER XVm. Betty Is ta4d why his captives down the slope and TCorten was killed and leaves Belle Plain, taking Hannibal with br. The aboard the keel boat, where he locked carriage is held up in the woods. them in the cabin, the door of which CHAPTER XIX. Betty and Hannibal fastened with a hasp and wooden peg. are made prisoners in a lonely cabin. "You're boss now, pardner!" ho CHAPTER XX. Murrell appears at the said, joining Carrlngton at the steercabin and shows Ms hand. ing oar. "We'll cast off then,' answered CHAPTER XXI. The Judge hears of the mysterious disappearance of Betty Carrington. and HannfbaL Thus far nothing had occurred to CHAPTER XXII. The Judge takes charge of the situation, and search for mar bis plans. If they could but quit the bayou before the arrival of the the missing ones is Instituted. had CHAPTER XX1IL Carrlngton visits man whose place he easy taken the of accomrest would be, If not the Judge and allies are discovered. plishment, at least within the realm CHAPTER XXTV. Judge Price visits Colonel Fentress, where he meets Taacy of the possible. and Cavendish. Learns things of Imporob "I reckon you're a river-man?- " tance about the boy. dashes a glass of served Slosson. whisky Into the colonel's face ami a duel is arranged. "All my life." The line had been cast off, and the CHAPTER XXV. MurreB Is arrested for negro stealing and Ms teiWte hvrsts. crew with their setting poles were foreiBg the boat away from the bank. CHAPTER XXVI. The Judge aad discuss the coming doeL All was quietly done; except for an laakca occasional order from Carrington no CHAPTER XXVH-CarrlBg- tew frantic search for Betty and the hoy. word was spoken, and soon the un wieldy craft glided into the sluggish CHAPTER XXVIII. current and gathered way. Mr. Slosson, who clearly regarded his relation The Keel Boat. to the adventure as being of an offA few micHtes later tier had sepa- icial character, continued to stand at rated, George to harry away In search Carrington's elbow. of the horse, and Carrington to pass "What have we between here and back along the shore unUI he gained the river?" Inquired the latter. It was a point opposite the cJ earls:. He beet, he felt, not to give Slosson an whlsUed shrilly three times, and alter opportunity to ask questions. "It narrows considerably, pardner, an interval of waiting heard the splash of oars and presently saw a but It's a straight course," said Slosson. "Black In yonder, ain't it?" he skiff steal oat of the gloom. "Who's there?" It was 11 ess who added, nodding ahead. The shores drew rapidly together; asked the question. ex They were leaving the lake-lik- e "Carrington," he answered. "Lucky you ain't met the other panse behind. In the silence, above man!" she said as she swept her stiff the rustling of the trees, Carrington beard the first fret of the river against alongside the bank. "Lucky for him, you mean. I'll take its bank. Slosson yawned prodigious thp oars." added Carrington, as he ly. entered the skiff. "I reckon you ain't needing me?" Slowly the clearing lifted oat of the he said. "Better go up In the bow and get darkness, then the keel'boat became Carrington some sleep," advised Carrington, and distinguishable; and checked the skiff by a backward Slosson, nothing loath, clambered down from the root of the cabin and stroke of the oars. stumbled forward. "Hello!" he called. The ceaseless murmur of the rush There was no immediate answer to his hail, and he called again as he Ing "waters grew In the stillness as sent the skiff forward. He felt that the keel boat drew nearer the hurry' ing yellow flood, and the beat of the he was risking all now. do you want?" asked a surly Kentucklan's pulse quickened. Would "What he find the raft there? He glanced voice. quickly back over the way they had come. want Slosson!" "Ton The dark ranks of the forest walled prompted the girl in a whisper. the clearing, but across the "I want to see Slosson!" said Car- offdim point of light "was visible.water He rington glibly and with confidence, a fixed its position as somewhere near and once more he checked the skiff. the head of the bayou. Apparently It "Who be your as be looked a lantern, "Murrell sent you," prompted tho was a glow creptbut against up ruddy the skygirl again, in a hurried whisper. And In his astonish- line. "Murrell" From the bow Bunker had been obment Carrington spoke aloud. "ilurrell?" cried the voice sharply. serving this singular phenomenon. Suddenly he bent and roused Slosson. who had fallen asleep. The keeper sprang to his feet and Bunker pointed without speaking. "Mebby you can tell me what that light back yonder means?" cried Slosson. addressing himself to Carrlngton; as he spoke he snatched up his rifle. "That's what I'm trying to make out," answered Carrlngton. "Hell!" cried Slosson, and tossed his gun to his shoulder. What seemed to be a breath of wind" lifted a stray- - Jock of Carrington's hair, but his pistol answered Slosson in the same Second. He fired the bow of at the huddle of men-ithe boat and, one of them pitched forward ATlth his arms Outspread. "Keep back, ypn!" he said, and dropped off the cabin roof. His promptness had bred .a momentary panic, then-- . Slosson's bull-lik- e voice began to roar commands; but In that brief Instant of surprise and shock Carrington had found and tho wooden peg that fastened "Wha' There?" It Was" Bess Who tho cabin door. He had scarcely done Asked the Question. this when Slosson came tramping aft men. "sent me!" said Carrlngton quick- suDDorted by the threeHannibal to esly, as though compleUng an unfinCalling to Betty and y ished sentence. The girt laughed nerv-ousl- cape In the skiff which was towing under her breath. astern the Kentuckian rushed toward "Row closter!" came the sullen the bow. At his back he heard the command, and the Kentuckian did as door creak on its hinges as it "wa3 he was bidden. Four men stood in pushed open by Betty and the boy, the bow of the keel boat, a lantern' aKain . ne called to them to escape . raised aloft and by Its light they py me SK1R. m i r . ui . Uic uuiw luo ire l. looked him over. There was a mo-- had grown steadily and from beeUt -aeat'a silence broken, by Carrtfigton, branches of the tree who asked: the wide-Sun- r "Which oae of you la Sloeson? which here met above his head, sight of the sUr- casa-h-t Am, fee sprang: lightly aboard thekee! of th heavens bey Decked arch -SOomob," answered Um man They war isauiac from the bayw. The prerioua night Ha felt the river natch at the keel vttfc the laatera. swlrt Xr Olcyon had been somewhat ua- - boat, tb$ iuflfttaf er fs Ma-ha- Sy tavern-n withdrawn was depicted on each face. The light increased. From the flat stone hearth of the raft ascended a ytfl column of flame which rendered d visible six pigmy figures, and wonderfully vocal, who were tolling like mad at the huge sweeps. The light showed more than this. It showed a lady of plump and pleasing e presence smoking a while she fed the fire from a tick stuffed with straw. It showed two bark shanties, a line between them decorated with Cavendish wash, it the never-endinshowed a rooster perched on the ridge-pol- e of one of these shanties In the very act of crowing lustily. Hannibal, who had climbed to the roof of the cabin, shrieked for help, and Betty added her voice to his. "All right, Newy!" came the cheerful reply, as Yancy threw himself over the side of the boat and grappled with Slosson. "Uncle Bob! Uncle Bob!" cried Hannibal. Slosson uttered a cry of terror. He had a simple but sincere faith in the supernatural, and even with the Scratch Killer's big hands gripping his throat, he could not rid himself of the belief that this "was the ghost of a murdered man. "You'll take a dog's licking from me, neighbor," said Taney grimly. "I been saving it fo' you!" Meanwhile Mr. Cavendish, whose proud spirit never greatly inclined him to the practice of peace, had prepared for battle. Springing aloft he knocked his heels together. "Whoop! I'm a man as can slide down a thorny locust and never get scratched!" he shouted. This was equivalent to setting his triggers; then he launched himself nimbly and with enthusiasm into the thick of the fight. It was Mr. Bunker's unfortunate privilege to sustain the onslaught of the Earl of Lambeth. The light from the Cavendish hearth continued to brighten the scene, for Polly "was recklessly sacrificing her best straw tick. Indeed her behavior was in every way worthy of the noble alliance she had formed. e was not suffered to go Her out and with Connie's help she kept the six small Cavendishes from risk-la- g life and limb in the keel boat, toward which they were powerfully drawn. Despite these activities she found time to call to Betty and Hannibal on the cabin roof. "Jump down here; that ain't no n place for you-ato stop la with them gentlemen fightin'!" An instant later Betty and Hanni bal stood on the raft with the little Cavendishes flocking about them. Mr. Taney's quest of his newy had taken an enduring hold on their imagination. For weeks it had constituted their one vital topic, and the tight be came merely a satisfying background tow-headecob-pipg cob-pipfit-till The People's i i THINK THIS OVER This Offer Should Gain the Confidence of the Most Skeptical. "I Was Quite Peevish After He Threw Mo In the River. sclousness of the unchecked savagery of those last moments on the keel boat; she was still hearing tho oaths of the men as they struggled together, the sound of blows, and the dreadful silences that had followed them. She turned from him, and there came the relief of tears. "There. Betty, the danger is over now and you were so brave while it lasted. I can't bear to have you cry!" "I was wild with fear all that time on the boat, Bruce " she faltered between her sobs. "I didn't know but they would find you out. I could only "wait and hope and pray!" "I was in no danger, dear. Didn't the girl tell you I was to take the place of a man Slosson was expecting? He never doubted that I was that man until a light a signal It mast have been on the shore at the head of the bayou betrayed me." "Where are we going now, Bruce? Not the way they went " and Betty glanced out into the black Told where the keel boat had merged Into the gloom. 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"Bless yo' tender heart! you don't need to worry none, we got them strange gentlemen licked like they was a passel of mind that Connie, you-al- l children! fire!" She accurately judged the outcome of the fight. The boat was little bet ter than a shambles with the havoc that had been wrought there when Yancy and Carrington dropped over Its side to the raft. Cavendish followed them, whooping his triumph as he came. CHAPTER XXIX. .The Raft Again. Taney and Cavendish threw themselves on the sweeps and worked the raft clear of the keel boat, then the turbulent current seized the smaller craft and "whirled It away into the night; as Its black bulk receded from before his eyes the Earl of Lambeth spoke with the voice of authority and experlence- - against the current. "Is retail price of tear in fair proporback so the best thing is to land at the tion to price paid to farmer for his Bates' plantation below here; then as ik: gran dealers sm ys soon as you are able we can return to waeatT" and 32 said "ao." 47 millers said "yes' Belle Plain," said Carrington. There was an Interval broken only ane S said "ao." by the occasional sweep of the great Architects Notice. steering oar as Cavendish coaxed the raft out toward the channel. The I am prepared to draw alaas for thought of Charley Norton's murder buildiacs aad romoaotaag of aD kiads. rested on Carrington like a pall. Will also furnish estimates or saperia-tea- d Scarcely a week had elapsed since he eeastruotioB of sock work. Paaae quitted Thicket Point, and in that 101. Orders left for ate at Taa Cumax "week the hand of death had dealt oSee will reeeive prompt atlantioa. with them impartially, and to what N B. TtraPEf. end? Then the miles he had traversed In his hopeless journey transi ou eaa say goodbye to ooosopatioa lated themselves Into a division of with a clear oaaseieaee if yea ase Chamtime as well as space. They were berlain's Tablets. Many have beea cared by their ase. For sale just as much further removed from i the past with Its blight of tragic ter by all dealers. ror. He turned and glanced at Betty. Dwelling and LBUQ Fnr Oaie. He saw that her eyes held their steady , Dwelliog with aeoat Bve acres of had. look of wistful pity that was for the deed man; yet in spite of this, and in four miles from Herea, well faacod. spite of the bounds beyond which ho abaadaaee of fruit trees, good well of would not let his Imagination carry water at the door aad in sight of chorea him, the future, enriched with sudden and soaeol. Apply to M. il. Hamihoo, promise, unfolded itself. The deep RicbraoBd, Ky., or Howard Maapio, cense of recovered hope stirred with- Blue Lick, Ky. 4t. in him. He knew there must come a day when he would dare to speak of Make ap year raiad bow that yoa are his love, and she would listen. groing to vote for R. B. Terrill lor re "It's best we should land at Bates' election. His reeord as a pahtie servaat place we can get teams there," ho has never beea eclipsed by aay farmer went on to explain. "And, Betty, o&claL U. wherever we go well go together, dear. Cavendish doesn't look as if he Xo troable to rive Caakev's Roaa had any very urgent business of his uemedy. Just a ptajh in drtafclae; own, and I reckon the same Is true water. The fowls take their ewa mediof Yancy, so I am going to keep them cine. For sale at Stooktoas drag U with us. There are some points to be store. cleared up when we reach Belle Plain Taxes Due. some folks whoU have a lot to explain or else quit this part of the Year taxes for the year Mil are state! And I intend to see that you in my hands for oeileetton. Cotae are not left alone until until I have ia early aad avoid the rash, as well as the right to take care of you for good saving the peaaky, y pramat payraeat. and all that's what you "want me to D. A. McOaao. Sheriff. do one of these days. Isn't It, darling?" and his eyes, glowing and InAdvertised Letters. finitely tender, dwelt on her upturned List of letters remaMag ht the Riea- face. But Betty shrank from him In in- mond, Ky., pestoMee for the week ead voluntary agitation. iog March 03: "Oh, not now, Bruce not now we Arthur. MkaaeN Baker, Mr. W. S. mustn't speak of that It's wrong Brawaieg. Miss Addie It's wicked you mustn't make me Borders, Mr. A. H. forget him!" sho cried brokenly, in Buraam. Mr. Heraae protest. Buckles. Mr. Jessie "Forgive me, Betty, m not speak Buntette. Rheda 31-tf up-riv- The Wm. J. Oliver Improved Chilled Plow Also the Best Disc Harrow "The Dandy" We Carry a Complete Line of - Builders Hardware, Regal Queen Cast and Model 5teel Ranges att-la- W. 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His voice was far from steady, for Hannibal had been gathered Into his arms and had all but wrecked the stoic calm with which the Scratch Hlller was Eeeklng to guard his emo tions. Polly smiled and dimpled at the Kentuckian. Trained to a romantic point of view she had a frank liking for handsome, stalwart men. Cavendish was neither, but none knew better than Polly that where he was most lacking in appearance he was richest In substance. He carried scars honorably earned in those differences he had been prone to cultivate with less generous natures; for his scheme of life did not embrace the millennium. "Thank God, you got here when you did!" said Carrington. "We was some pushed to time, but we done it," responded the earl mod estly. He added, "What now? do "we make a landing?" "No unless it Interferes with your plans not to. I want to get around the next bend berore we tie up. Later we'll all go back. Can I count on you?" "You shorely can. I consider this here as sociable a neighborhood as I ever struck. It pleases me well-Folare up and doing hereabout." Carrlngton looked eagerly around in search of Betty. She was sitting on an upturned tub, a pathetic enough figure as she drooped against the wall of one of the shanties with all her courage quite gone from her. He made his way quickly to her side. "La!" whispered Polly In Chills and Fever's ear. "It that pore young thing yonder keeps a widow it wont be because of any encouragement she gets from Mr. Carrington. If I ever seen marriage la a man's eye I seen it la his this mlautei" "Bruce!" cried Betty, starring up as Carringtoa approached. "Oh, Brace, I am so glaa you have cameyou are aot hurt? She accepted his preeeace without suMJoa. She 'had a him ana he had net failed bar. "We are none of aa hurt, Betty," he said gently, as he took her hand. Ha saw that the auflartas aa had ks it again," he said. Chief Feed Ueuse "Walt, Bruce, and somo time Oh, Ctey, Miss Emma don't make me say It," she gasped, Cook, Mr. Arthur Desea, Mr. James "or I shall hate myself!" for in his Farihriasr, Miss LiUte presence she was feeling the horror Filips, Mr Jearel of her past experience grow strangely Uattea. Mr. J. S. remote, only the dull ache of her Hess, Mr. Louis memories remained, and to these she Hickman, Mr. Fraak clung. They "were silent for a moHamblin. Freeman ment, then Carrington said: Jones. Mary Kavanaugh. Mr. Sherman "After I'm sure you'll be safe here Kennedy, Mr. W1M perhaps I'll go south into the Choctaw King. Mr. Charley Purchase. I've been thinking of that Mason, AVMHe T. recently; but I'll find my way back Payne, MeHie B. me I'll here don't misunderstand Ramey. Bee O. not come too soon for even you, BetPost Office Bar. ty. I loved Norton. He was one of Thompson, Dede my best friends, too," he continued Tayler, Mr. Hiram gently. "But you know and I know Tudor &WtiUaker Wilson, Mr. Bert dear, the day will come when no matter where you are I shall find you In calling for the above letters, please and not lose you!" say "advertised." Betty made no answer in words, Wallace, P. M. but a soft and eloquent little hand was slipped Into his and allowed to of Made-to-Measu- re Suits. Coats, Dresses Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 Second St. Richmond aad Mohairs : : Ky. AJao beaatiful line of Suitiaaa. Sorgo by the yard. Phoao 410. aa rest there. Presently a light wind stirred the dead dense atmosphere, the mist lifted and enveloped the shore, showing them the river between plled-umass of vapor. Apparently it ran for their raft alone. It was just twenty-fp 5a fe Place to Draw. hours since Carrlngton had looked upon such another night, but this was a different world the gray fog was unmasking a world of hopes, and dreams, and rich content. Then the thought of Norton poor Norton who had had his world, too, of hopes and dreams and rich content The calm of a highly domestic existence had resumed its interrupted sway on the raft. Mr. Cavendish, associated In Betty's memory with cerof manifestations tain ferocious rage, became In the bosom and genial of his family and hopelessly Impotent to deal with his five small sons; while Yancy was again the Bob Yancy of Scratch Hill, violence of any sort apparently had no place In his nature. He was deep ly absorbed In Hannibal's account of those vicissitudes which had befallen They him during their separation. were now seated before a cheerful tire that blared on the hearth, the boy very close to Yancy, with one hand clasped In the Scratch Hitler's, while about them were ranged the six small Cavendishes sedately sharing In the reunion of uncle aad Bevvy, toward which they felt they had honorably labored. "And you wa'n't dead. Uncle Bob?" said Hannibal with a deep breath, viewing Yancy uamlstakably la the flesh. "Never once. I beea floatta peace fully alosc with these here titled friends of mlaa; hat I waft ioas about yea, "Aad Mr, Slossoa. TJada yoa smack: Mai Uka Taa Dave Btooat that dar whoa ha triad to steal ate?" askad JiaaDlbai, chOdtaVt seaaa of jaatioa KgaratioB for taa tker affered. TO BK CONTINUE! our g low-voic- There is a venerable professor ia the faculty of a Western Ualversity, who is the greatest sort of a favorite with the students there. Indeed, on more thaa one occasion, numbers of the students have gathered in the old gentleman's quarters for an evening's pleasure. most unusual feature in college life. Once, when the professor observed new student gazing admiringly at magnificent sword that hung over his mantle, the instructor took it down and waved it impressively. "Never shall I forget, gentleman. said he, with a flourish, "when, I drew this blade for the first time." 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YEAGKR " KENTUCKY HAS 14--6 tit tacaUoK. so property mf dSmKX&c H. B. No. 80. R. H. Scott. county An act appropriating $50,000 for the benefit of the Experi-aaeStation of the State University. H. B. No. 91. J. W. Holland. Shelby county An act providing for tho sale and purchase of the assets of a corporation whose character will expire within two years. H. B. No. 92. Elwood Hamilton, Franklin county An act appropriating $20,000 for the benefit of the Department of Agriculture, Labor and at NEW LAWS AH TitH if Leflslition Beats Farmer Records. SUNMRY OF BILLS PASSED En- Leolslatlve Session of 1912, After acting a Total of 146 Bills. Hac Among the Passed Into History Measures Which Successfully Ran the Gauntlet Were Some of Importance to the People. After passing a total of 146 bills. the 1912 session of the Kentucky has adjourned. The following bills were passed dur ing the whole session: les-Islatu- S. B. for the political on first year. SENATE BILLS. No. 1. W. V. Eaton. county An act to provide nomination of candidates by parties at primary election Saturday In August of each L. W. Arnett, CoTing-to-n An act to exempt from taxation property owned by residents of this state and corporations organlxed under the laws of this state, on which taxes are paid where property Is located or where the corporations do business. S. B. No. 3. J. F. Bosworth, Bell oeunty An aot to create under the commlssleaer of agriculture the office of commissioner of public roards and creating a state road fund. S. B. No. 4. J. F. Bosworth. Bell county An act denning public roads for their establishment and maintain-aac- e and creating the office of roads engineer. S. B. No. 11. H. M. Brock, Leslie county An aot to change the time ef beMing oirouit courts In the 27th Jadlolsl district S. B. Ne. 17. W. A. Frost, Graves county An act amending section 4998. Kentucky statues, relating to revenue and taxation as to omitted property and duties of county clerks In making out tax lists for same. S. B. No. 18. J. C Grahara, Grayson eeunty An act to amend section 256. Kentucky statues, by striking out the exception as to cities of first few classes. (County unit extension S. B. No. 2. E. E. Hogg, Owsley county An act for the protection of game and fish and creating a game and fish commission. S. B. No. 169. H. D. Newcomb, Jefferson county An act to make the term of office of county treasurer four years instead of two. S. B. No. 178. J. T. Tunis, Fayette county An act to amend the charcities as to govter of second-clas- s ernment by a commission and abolishing all offices except mayor and police Judge when the commission form Is adopted. S. B. No. 179. J. T. Tunis, Fayette county An act to amend the charter of second-clas- s cities in reference to elections under commission form of government. S. B. No. 191. C M. Thomas, Bourbon county An act appropriating $25,-00- 0 providing for participation by Kentucky in the Perry's victory cenOhio, in 1913. tennial at S. B. No. 192. J. T. Tunis. Fayette county An act authorizing the auditing of accounts and payment of the (37,900 deficit at House of Reform. S. B. No. 194. C. M. Mathers, Nicholas county An act to further regulate assessment of fire Insurance companies by allowing them to extend the territory of their work. S. B. No. 210. J. T. Prichard, Boyd county An act to repeal an act to establish a common school for colored people of Catlettsburg and vlclnnlty. S. B. No. 222. B. M. Arnett, Jessamine county An act to provide for investigation of fires and to provide for appointment of state fire marshal S. B. No. 163. Put-ln-Ba- mission to be known as Kentucky Board of Tuberculosis Commission, defining Its powers, appropriating $15,-00- 0. Statistics. H. B. No. 99. W. F. Cole, Bowling Green An act changing the time of holding courts in the English Judicial district. H. B. No. 103. M. F. Pogue, Crittenden county An act to amend chapter 113, article relative to the number of school children to be Included in a district, fixing the number at 25 instead of 40. H. B. No. 115. R. H. Akin, Caldwell county An act prohibiting waiters and servants from accepting tips In hotels, restaurants, barber shops and pullman cars. II. B. No. 119. A. V. Bertram, Wayne county An act providing for the supplying of records of county surveyors' office, where same has been destroyed, from the records of the land office at Frankfort H. B. No. 131. L. C. Owings, Jefferson county An act providing that in all counties containing a population of more than 200,000 all work In the civil engineering and surveying profession shall be under the supervision of the County Surveyor. H. B. No. 134. Emanuel Meyer, Louisville An act making it a felony for any person to admit or take to a house of prostitution a female under 16 years, and providing a penalty of $50 and confinement in prison for from 1 to 5 years. H. B. No. 19. Joseph Hall, Knott county An act to create a Thirty-fift- h Judicial district to be composed of Pike and Letcher counties. H. B. No. 28. S. F. Middleton, Hart county An act to amend the laws as to the Bureau of Vital Statistics. H. B. No. 233. Francis Douglas, Boyd county An act to amend an act entitled "Act for government of Cities of the Fourth Class," eo as to give the council the right to provide In what- manner and for what pur pose any profits from the waterworks, lighting plant or other public utility owned by the city may be used. H. B. No. 347. C. B. Thompson, Kenton county An act to aid and promote building of good roads and to direct the transfer of any stock or other Interest owned by state In turnpike companies or toll roads. H. B. No. 61. W. A. Price, Covington An act to establish a State Board of Forestry to conserve the forests and water supply of the state. H. B. No. 42. W. J. Kuh, Louisville An act creating a Parental Home and School Commission in the City of Louisville and empowering the Fiscal Court to levy a tax for the malntainance of same. H. B. No. 95. S. W. Forgy. Todd county An act to regulate the practice of dentistry and prescribing the duties of the Board of Examiners. H. B. No. 202. W. A. Price. Covington An act creating boards of education for cities of the second class, providing for the election thereof, defining powers and duties, and repealing all laws in conflict therewith. H. B. No. 200. C. B. Thompson, Covington An act to amend act entitled "Act concerning courts having continuous session and two judges," so that both divisions of the court shall have jurisdiction of all civil actions. H. B. No. 439. D. B. Thurman, Spencer county An act to require assessment and accident insurance companies to deposit fund to protect insured. H. B. No. 40. Adam Spahn, Louisville An act to provide for fees for clerks in the county courts relative to caring for dependent children. H. B. No. 35 Adam Spahn, Louisville An act prescribing the duties of indexer of courts and providing that salary shall not exceed $8,000 annually. H. B. No. 456. J. W. Holland, Shelby county An act providing for appointment of Commissioner of Panama Canal exposition In San Francisco. H. B. No. 265. W. A. Perry. Jefferson county An act to amend and act of March 21, 1910, relating to construction, maintenance, sanitation and Inspection of tenement houses, apartment and flat houses. H. B. No. 427. R. H. Scott, county An act limiting to five years the time in which enforcement of titles may be effective. H. B. No. 454. Charles Yancey, Owen county An act providing for repairs on buildings and machinery at Kentucky Confederate Home. H. B. No. 425. E. B. Thompson, Section 132, Kentucky Statutes, so s to provide county attorneys shall receive not less than $600 a year. H. B. No. 405. C. H. Knights, Louisville An act providing for the organization, armament, equipment, discipline and government of the state malltia. H. B. No. 244. R. H. Akin, Caldwell sounty An act requiring all burial associations to execute articles of incorporation, and requiring the filing 3f certificates showing the name of sach person buried. H. B. No. 235. Francis Douglas, Boyd county An act creating com 6-- and assistants. S. B. No. 225. R, L. Hubble, Lincoln county An act for benefit of Kentucky Sschool for the Deaf, by increasing pay of the teachers and supervisors. S. B. No. 229. Webster Helm, Campbell county An act to provide for an additional circuit Judge for Campbell county, by amending the present statute as to courts of continuous session. S. B. No. 238. J. T. Prichard, Boyd county An act to divide Kentucky into eleven congressional districts. S. B. No. 246. B. M. Arnett, Jessamine county An act to amend the revenue law so as to provide for a revenue agents' supervisor and no suit for taxes shall be filed until first sub mitted to this supervisor. 8. B. No. 258 E. Bertram, Clinton county An act providing for training of nurses In the tuberculosis hospital In Louisville. S. B. No. 264. C. M. Thomas, Bourbon county An act providing for inbW.) terchange and transmission of mesS. B. No. 19. S. B. Glenn, Lyon sages between telephone companies. county An act granting pensions to S. B. No. 288. M. O. Scott. Metcalfe disabled and indigent Confederate county An act to Include Metcalfe soldiers of ton dollars a month. county in the tenth circuit court disS. B. No. 21. E. E. Hogg. Owsley trict. county An aqt creating a state InS. B. No. 287. R, M. Solomon, Hopsurance beard, composed of Insurance kins county An act appropriating $7,-5members cemmlsstoner and two other tor a memorial to Jefferson Davis, to bo appointed by the governor. to be erected on site of his birth place S. B. No. 2G. H. D. Newcomb, Jef- In Christian county. ferson county An act to establish S. B. No. 295. W. V. Eaton, department of banking, with a comcounty An act appropriating and $10,000 for buildings and land for missioner, deputy and examiners fiproviding for examination of all West Kentucky Industrial College nancial institutions. for Colored People and $2,500 annualS. B. No. 86. J. F. Bosworth. Bell ly to maintain it county An act providing for vote on S. B. No. 340. J. T. Tunis, Fayette constitutional amendment which will county An act to provide for the conpermit convicts to work on public solidation of trust companies organizroads. ed under the laws of Kentucky. S. B. No. 37. 1L M. Brock, Leslie S. B. No. 356. L. W. Arnett, Kencounty An act to amend charter of ton county An act for the benefit of fifth class cities, so as to give such Western Kentucky Normal School. oitlee power to have streets and alleys Improved, such power being HOUSE BILLS. emitted by mistake in original charH. B. No 23. Elwood Hamilton, ter. county An act to provide S. B. No. 4. W. E. Dowlln. An- Franklin for the erection of a mansion for the derson oeunty An act to allow com- governor and other buildings connectmissioner of eeurt of appeals clerical ed therewith. assistance. H. B. No. 24. Elwood Hamilton, S. B. No. 46. H. D. Newcomb, Jefcounty An aot Increasing the Franklin county An act to create the ferson thirty-fift- h judicial district, to comannual appropriation for the Institu- pose Franklin county, and to change tion for the Education of the Blind the twelfth and fourteenth judicial disfrom ?15.XK to $S.0tt. tricts. S. B. No. 52. J. C. Graham. Gray-ee- a H. B. No. 31. B. E. Nlles, Hender county An act to authorize Chas. son county An act qualifying and Carrol to sue the state tor legal ser- enabling women to vote in school vices, the fee amounting to 500. elections and to hold common school S. B. No. 66. S. G. Marshall, Hen- office. derson county An act to provide for H. B. No. 38. Adam Spahn, LouisInspection of schools and school funds ville An act to increase the salary of the state and to increase the efficiency ef the department of educa- of county patrolmen In Jefferson county from 32 per day to 378 per tion. Provides for two assistants to month. state superintendent at ? 1,000 a year H. B. No. 43. P. L. Atherton, Lou each. lsvlile An act to abolish the state S. B. No. 74. S. R. Glenn, Lyon county An act appropriating 9,000 board of prison commissioners cre improvements at Eddyville pen- ating a board of three members and far placing the appointment power in the itentiary. hands of the governor. GrayS. B. No. 76. J. C Graham, H. B. No. 55. L. G. Owings, Jeff son oeunty An act to prevent sweating process of prisoners charged with erson county An act appropriating crime and to prevent admission as $50,000 for the erection of additional buildings on the State Fair Grounds, evidence of confession obtained by H. B. No. 48. S. L. Robertson, Lou such process. isville An act providing for the com' S. B. No. 87. J. F. Bosworth, Bell county An act to amend charter of mutation of sentence of jail prisoners third class cities by providing the in Louisville. H. B. No. 53. S. L. Robertson, Lou. ten year plan for, paying for the construction or reconstruction of sewers, lsvlile An act appropriating money streets, alleys, public ways and side- for the purchase of additional land for the Kentucky State Fair. walks. H. B. No. 76. L. B. Ilerrington, S. B. No. SS. Gus Brown, Breckinridge county An act to regulate the Madison county An act establishing employment of females in order to and governing a geological survey and removing the present survey safeguard their health. from Lexington to Frankfort. B. No. 110. W. V. Eaton, S. county An act to pay Mrs. H. B. No. 79. S. F. Reed, Mason Wm. Cormwell $314 for services to county An act providing for the erection and furnishing of school senate in 19&S. S. B. No. lie. W. B. Moody, Henr) bouses in the various counties of the county An act providing for a vote state, and to provide money by coun to amend section 171 of constitution, ty levy for the carrying out of the Mc-Crak- H. B. No. 225. W. F. Cole, Bowling Green An act appropriating $50,000 for the State University at Lexington, $35,000 for the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond, $25,000 for the Western Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Green. H. B. No. 215. J. F. Fryer, Pendleton county An act to make more efficient the county boards of education and the office or county superintendent of schools by fixing a minimum salary of the superintendent at $1,000 and the maximum salary at and further providing that the county boards of education be given power to select a person upon nomination of the superintendent of the board as assistant superintendent at salary not exceeding $800 per annum. 1L B. No. 206. W. V. Perry, Logan county An act to amend and Section 468-a- , Kentucky Statutes, so that there may be appropriated $3,300 per anum to State Treasurer for purpose of securing additional clerical force in his office, increasing the amount of present appropriation from $1,500. H. B. No. 196. W. A. Perry, LouisvilleAn act to amend Section 692, Kentucky Statutes, entitled "Act providing for creation and regulation of private corporations so as to require employers to report to the Insurance Commissioner annually the amount of insurance collocted by it from insurance companies and paid over to employes Injured. H. B. No. 209. F. A. Lochry, McLean county An act allowing $1,200 annually for additional clerk hire in the office of the Attorney General. H. B. No. 189. Ben E. Nlles, Hen- derson county An act to enable cities of Third Class to make street improve plan. ments under the five-yeH. B. No. 96. G. L. Drury, Union county An act giving Prison Commission power to parole convicts and retaining lnderminate sentence. H. B. No. 220. G. L. Drury, Union county An act to repeal subsection 5 of Section 1403, Kentucky Statutes, and substitute therefore, which act relates to the personal property set aside for widows or Infants of an Intestate, making the amount $500. H. B. No. 178. J. M. Farra, Garrard county To amend Section 648a, of the Kentucky Statutes, so as to compel domestic life insurance companies to deposit with the State Treasurer an amount not less than the amount of ascertained valuation of all policies. H. B. No. 543. Wallace Brown, Nelson county An act prohibiting use of name or brand of p. manufacturer or labels, without authority. H. B. No. 143. R. H. Scott, county An act providing for the use of school houses, during vacation periods by any lawful educational, religious, political, civil or agricultural assembly. H. B. No. 205. W. A. Perry, Logan county An act to amend Section 723, Kentucky Statutes, entitled "Guarantee and Surety Companies," so that said section shall read, "May become surety on the bonds of officers and judiciaries." H. B. No. 241. S. G. Clay, Bourbon county An act allowing each family In Kentucky to own one dog without paying tax. H. B. No. 511. B. S. Wilson, Rowan county An act to further regulate telephone companies, so as to provide that no company shall consolidate its capital stock, franchise or other property, or pool its earnings with another company. H. B. No. 548. W. A. Perry. Louisville An act to enable cities of first class to issue $2,000,000 bonds for sewers. H. B. No. 463. J. G. Stoll, Lexington An act authorizing state to pay premiums on bonds of state offices. H. B. No. 213. Wallace Brown, Nelson county An act to limit the Secretary of State to $10,000 annually out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable him to pay such clerks as he may deem necessary for the proper discharge of the business of his office. H. B. No. 258. Elwood Hamilton, Franklin county An act to enlarge the usefulness of the Kentucky Nor mal and Industrial Institute for Col ored persons, and to appropriate $17,-00- 0 therefor. H. B. No. 35. Adam Spahn, Louisville An act prescribing the duties of indexer of courts and providing that salary shall not exceed $8,000 annually. H. B. No.. 65. W. F. Parker. Knox county An act creating McCreary county, to bo taken from Pulaski, Wayne and Whitley counties. H. B. No. 138. W. V. Perry. Logan county An act to appropriate an additional $20,000 for the benefit of the Children's Home Society for the sup port and maintenance of homeless and destitute children. H. B. No. 541. C. H. Knight, Louisville An act to allow Louisville to vote on $1,000,000 bond Issue for schools. H. B. No. 193. L. C. Owings, Jefferson county An act to abolish the State Board of Agriculture, Forestry and Immigration, and to creato a State Board of Agriculture, which shall be constituted as the present board and have charge of same duties, to be named by the governor. H. B. No. 371. R. C. McClure, Lawrence county An act to change name of Kentucky Institution for Education of Deaf Mutes to the Kentucky School for the Deaf. e H. B. No. 447. P. L. Atherton, An act to regulate assignment, sale, pledge, mortgage or other trans- $2,-50- 0, Lou-isvill- f er of wftgee to loan sharks. H. B. No. 6. E. G. Asher. Bell county An act to change the namo of Mt. Pleasant to Harlan and to put the town In the forth class. H. B. No. 257e. Elwood Hamilton, Franklin county An act to provide for officers of the state to register before the county clerk, if absent from home on regular registration day. H. B. No. 195. Charles Knight, An act to amend act entitled "Act for government of clUes of first class," so as to increase salary of second assistant city engineer from $1,500 to $2,000, and fixing salary of first assistant engineer at $2,500. H. B. No. 41. W. J. Kuh, Louisville An act to provide a stenographer for the Commonwealth's Attorney of Jefferson county. H. B. No. 488. G. R. Keller, Nicholas county An act to authorize governor to appoint commission of five veterans to attend fiftieth anniversary celebration of battle of Gettysburg. S. B. No. 120. W. A. IVost, Graves county An act making It unlawful to purchase, procure or deliver intoxicating liquors in local option territory. S. B. No. 127. H. M. Brock, Harlan county An act increasing fay of State Senators and Representatives to $10 per day. S. B. No. 136. H. D. Newcomb, Jefferson county An act to amend the act relative to Bureau of Agriculture, by providing for two State Labor Inspectors and enlarge their powers and duUes. S. B. No. 175. C. M. Thomas, Bourbon county An act to amend Section 4143, Kentucky Statutes, so as to give sheriffs till December 31 of each year to make final settlement with the auditor. S. B. No. 201. J. E. BIggerstaff, Warren county An act ceding jurisdiction to the United States of certain lands in Edmonson county, upon the establishment of the Mammoth Cave National Park. S. B. No. 237. H. D. Newcomb, Jefferson county An act to amend Section 330, Kentucky Statutes, by pro viding that half the fines collected under that act shall be paid to any regularly incorporated society for pre vention of cruelty to animals. S. B. No. 243. B. F. TIchenor, Daviess county An act providing for one additional Circuit Judge for the 17th district. S. B. No. 254. H. M. Brock, Harlan county An act authorizing the county boards of education to pay old schoo debts created under old trustee system. S. B. No. 322. E. Bertram, Clinton county An act appropriating $3,003 a year to keep up the building and grounds. S. B. No. 5C C. W. Mathers. Nicholas county An act to provide for the Inspection of bulls, dows, and calves held and owned In this state for the testing of the same, for the destruction of those having tuberculosis. S. B. No. 100. Mark Ryan, Jefferson county Act concerning Circuit Courts having seven Judges applies to JefTerson county only. S. B. No. 101. Mark Ryan, Jefferson county Act to authorize and add one additional Judge in the circuit Court to the Thirtieth Circuit Court Lou-isvil- i r J. B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb In Defense of His Country and home George Washington won fame and heeer. as well as bj i. in the "cherry tree" incident. Our fame has been won by ljor.. truth also in our dealings with those who have profited fcy onr i., is the best and quickest way to perfect health. Women and girls who suffer are simply weak weak all over. Opiates and alcoholic mixtures are worse than worthless, they aggra- advice in the purchase of farms, homes and bu!Wfcg lats in county. Celebrate Washington's Birthday by visiting som of M c perty we have on sale Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. vate the trouble and lower the standard of health. i Local and Long Distance Telephone'JB GiManBSrg Richmond, Ky Scott's Emulsion strengthens the whole body, invigorates and builds up. 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It always gives satisfaction and delight to our patrons because we buy the choicest and have it cooked to suit the For 5ale Privately. bonviant and the dainty appelito of the district Dwelling of nino rooms with two who come to S. B. No. 105. N. R, Cobern, Car- acres of ground; god orchard, vine ladies ter county An act to amend Section yard, stable, chicken house, coal houso, 2557a, Kentucky Statutes, by prohib- smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first SS-l- t iting the sale of any kind of beverTELEPHONE 3 My family being small, I age in local option territory, that con- class repair. desire to sell my home and buy a tains any school. easy. Apply to No., 308. J. H. Durham, Simp- smallor one. Terms S. B. 33-William Dovorc. son county An act to amend Sections 217 and 272, Kentucky Statutes, by You judge a man not by what ho " Dr. Whitehall's increasing the asylum per capita from promises to do, but by what ho has $150 to $1C5 and changing the names done. This is tho onlv'truo test. iJham- RHEUMATIC REMEDY of asylums to "Eastern State HosFor 15 yean a Standard Remedy for pital." "Central State Hospital" and berlain's Cough Remedy judged by this standard lias no superior, i'eopio overy-whr.r- n all forms of Rheumatism, lumbago, "Western State Hospital." gout, sore muscles, stiff or swollen sneak of it in tho highest terms S. B. No. CO. R. M. Salmon, Hopjoints. It quickly rtlieres the seTere kins county An act to increase the ol praiso. r or sale oy dealers, mo-ipains; rednces the fever, and eliminates appropriation for the Kentucky Home the poison from the system. 60 centa Old com $1.25 per bbl. by the load a box at druggists. Society for Colored Children, from. Send your order to $5,000 to $10,000 a year. Wrlio far a Free Mai Bex AnsoLD & Simmons. tf S. B. No. 77. E. E. Hogg, Owsley Dr. Whitehall Magrlmlne Co. 188 8. Lafaystta St. South Bend, Ind. county An act to amend Section 753 "Sutrered day and night tho torment Civil Code, relating to advancing of itching p'lcs. Nothing helped mo cases for hearing In Court of Appeals. until I used Doan's Ointment. The re S. B. No. 359. Mark Ryan, Jeffer- sult was lasting." lion. John U. Gnr son county An act providing for an rott. Mayor. Girard, Ala. ml3-l, Attorney annual tax on each $100 of value of shares of stock in all life insurance Attend To It Now. KENTUCKY. iliOHMOND, companies chartered and doing busiThe Climax solicits tho horse and jtfice & Trust Co., opness in Kentucky. over Slate Bank 1012. We S. B. No. 355. E. Bertram, Clinton jack cards for tho season of posite Court House, on Main Street. have all varieties of fine cuts and can county An act appropriating $5,000 may annually for repairs to State Capitol. suit your taste, no matter what3-oOur GREKNLEAF & HERRINGTON S. B. No. 107. W. E. Dowling, An- dosiro in this lino of printing. derson county An act prohibiting the prices will pleaso you and wo guarantee Lawyers use of public drinking cups. satisfactory work in every instance. S. B. No. 230. E. E. Hogg, Owsley Come in and loavo your order beforo the Office in Douglas & Simmons' new county An act providing for the en- rush begins. Building on Second Street forced attendance of children from 7 opp. Court Houso 14 years of age in the common The People's Stock Remedy. to schools and graded schools of this At this season you should not be Harry M Blanton, state. S. B. No. 312. J. T. Tunis, Fayette without a packngo of The People's county An act to amend the statute Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. DENTIST Curo that old sore, cut or wound by as to selection of special judges so id Bennett Bail-in- s. that where a judge of a circuit court applying Tho Pcoplo's Antiseptic Heal ,inl7 IhLrFilONKUt of continuous session falls to attend ing Powders. 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Address, valescents require nourishing food RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. that will not overtax the digestive Dentist. functions and in the way of a Office next door to Government build strength-restorinand vitality-makintonic, we know of nothing that equals ng Richmond, Ky. Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic (without oil). "Will buy or sell your bouse, Vinol creates an appetite, good digestion and helps the farm town lots or anv thing dally food to wake riek Wood, form Are the largest ord- else in the Real Estate line. flesh, strong cle as4 Impart new TfrHt U: Ariry DC- CteHaaoaa Metictoe Co., QMttaMMt, Tm., Hfe and vitality to every Ofgan In the er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, Any -- J n fc.r fc.af fa.fcTat - J iM.Mi " business intrusted to body. We aak thoM who sed a Iambs, and calves at the Cinmm wiir be aad strength and fth-bikilHton I rescinnati Union Stock Yards. carefully attended to. See torative to eM at our s4or and set a bottle of Vinol, with the untkratead-I- n Consign your stock to them him if his service are .Heed A healthy man is a king in bis own Sfow is the time to have your screen we that It it om not noip tl right; an unhealthy man an unhappy work done. Don't wait until the flies will refund tfceftr money vitlwat que and receive the highest market ed. lave. For impure blood and sluggish get In. We do all kinds of fly screen We represent iron bound prices B. L. MIDDKLTON, DrugfUls liver,, un Burdock Blood Bitters. Bjlbjujw & Doom, On work. Insurance Companies re the market 35 yean. $1.00 a bottle, lm 39-t- f 307 Eat Main itrwt, Richmond, Kt member this. Cardui WomartsTonic L' H. G. DOTY, Se- Those Recovering from 'Any vere Illness .v SURVEYOR Reduces writing and adding or subtracting to one operation. Combines all the usefulness of the Remington Typewriter with the convenience of the adding machine. If you :ire weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real Yalue in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. g g H. C. JAMES G C Sale & all-around Co Unequalled for all work wheije both writing and adding are done on the same sheet no matter how many the amount columns. g proptly Visible Writing - Visible Adding W. S.Nris. 134 South 4th Avenue Lubvttk, Ky (I When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult .for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though,. how rapidly' your home becomes attractive with new things, "if you follow this plan of adding something new every LET YOUR EASTER SUIT Be A And you Run no Risk of Disappointment Speedwell Kenton Shoes Stylish, Comfortable, Durable spring. Try It A Spleudid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for j'our selection now. Every Kenton Suit is rigidly inspected at every step in the process of manufacture. The cloth is scientifically tested for strength and durability; the colors are tested by long exposure to sun light and moisture; all fabrics, including linings, canvas and hair cloth, are thoroughly shrunken before making; then the designing, cutting and tailoring are done by men who have no snperior in the world these are the reasons why a Kenton Suit stands the test of time and hard service. Our suit stock is now at its very best. All the newest spring styles are ready; and the man who buys early will have a decided advantage in the way of choice selections. Kenton prices run: A pair of Speedwell Shoes feel like old shoes earlier, and look like new shoes longer than any shoes you have ever worn. They come in every shape and style and in all kinds of good leathers. Wear them once, you'll wear ' them always. $3.50 and $4 BENNETT and H I GC 1 S $15, 16.50, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00, UNDER AKING I 22.50, $25 Other Suits, $10, $12.50, $14 I I LOCAL AND OTHERWISE IlradlefcN B. E. Belue & Co. I f Items l'repared for the llurrird llrader. The new milliners in the room reI cently vacated by Hurst Grocery Co., ju IT" . aiain sireet win oe open icr Mat f business tomorrow March 28. j ..... Let Tlie Boy Have A Hanan Shoes are made for men who demand the finest and they meet the demand. Compare them point for point and stitch for stitch with any other shoe, and you'll readily see why Hanan Shoes are the standard with the best dressed men every where They have no equal. AH the new spring and summer styles ready for your inspection. Prices: Hainan Shoes Finest Made For Men $5, $5.50 and $6 Millinery Opening. Our spring millinery opening will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 28, 29 and 30. Tho many beauU. tiful creations fc her ii: an' laugh: est natural will be worth that will be on display coming miles to see. - for a sijrh. Bvery lady in the county is cordially in30-rur oung eas suits ready to vited. March & Douglas. - 'IijW Rhjb & Ahxold. r body's Magaz'Re far April. -2t parity gaaraBteod by j vcmmi at I'erry's Drug Store. e points, - Prospects Good For Apple Crop. .et all ' : Laws. A. Sheltaa, ageat for iiurst Elsewhere in TnE Climax will be Insurance Oa. Write me or phone found a summary of all bills passed Ly 151 rinr . Union Olty, Ky. r Most of llie:e the recent Legislature. of field of Oat and all kiads bills have been signed by the Governor .1 :t (tractive prices. See is and will become laws at the expiration of sixty days. This will be a splendid & Simmons. Aknomi opportunity to familiarize yourself with - trial packafe af Ooakey's Lice these new State laws. r r and bur sixty-Rag- e Paaltry Book Berea Opening. week, only, at SteoktM's drug 88 -- It During our millinery opening on Fri , j n need at lttaeksaiKMtig in day and Saturday, March 29 and 30, we f' its branch as. Faming I bb pie- will display the latest models gathered 's Busies, Carriages, Wagons, from the most important fashion center Your presence is corII. B. of he country. 'h r t ire Ax, get prieas fra cr, Union City, Ky. tf dially requested. s. Those in a position to know state that ueer how aahedy k willing to tta hotter tfciags that are the prospects for a fine apple crop this year is exceedingly bright, and indicaTung to them. tions are that all other crops except r.iTm Special uaia will nrrive at peaches would be good. The latter were ,.i at 3 i5 aa Mar ae.lfilS, and praotically all killed. : c at Bete at 7Ji p. m. . contains all there is g in good suit making for boys. The strongest fabrics, the most enduring colors, combined with Fit and Style unsurpassed in any boys' clothing made. A wide range of beautiful styles and models to select from blues and tans and grays and browns, in plain designs as well as attractive color schemes and combinations of every kind. Kenton Junior Suits are shown in all sizes up to 18, and are priced: wear-resistin- And he'll have the hest., A Kenton Junior Kenton Junior For His Easter Suit Work ShoesStrongest and Best business and make more money in the end. Try our Work Shoes; they are soft and easy on the feet, yet strong and durable. Prices: We sell the best work shoes because we pay more in order to get the best quality, and are satisfied with smaller profits it's our way to increase the volume of $5, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.50, 8.00, 8.50, 9.00, $10 Other Suits, $3.50 and $4 $1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50 and $3.00 New - v 1 COVINGTON and BANKS The Hustling Cash 5tore, g Council Meets To Consider 5maII Pox Situation. The City Council held a called meeting at City Hall, Monday morning, to consider the small pox situation in Richmond, and to take steps to prevent the spread of the disease in this city. Considerable alarm has been occasioned during the past fow days on account of the prevalence of small pox in tho city, and many exaggerated roports have been circulated throughout the town and county as to the number of cases and nature of the disease. Thcro havo been, sinco January 1st, ten cases of small pox in Richmond, five of these have been cured and released from the Eruptive Hospital, leaving five cases in that institution, all of which are in a very mild form. Mayor Rice was instructed by Council to employ threo physicians to assist City Health Officer Bales In making a houso to house canvas and vaccinal o thoso needing same. Drs. T. J. Tay lor, J. G. Bosloy and H. G. Sandlin were named by Mayor Rico to assist in the work. Thero is absolutely no cause for alarm on account of small pox in tha city, as tho authorities are taking every precaution to guard against tho spread of the disease. Mayor Rice has issued tho following proclamation: PROCLAMATION. To TnE People of TnE City op Richmond: Sinco January 1, 1012, we havo had ten cases of small pox confined at the city Eruptive Hospital. Five of these cases have boon discharged and five cases, of a mild typo, remain in tho hos pital. Thcro is ono other case within tho city limits, at tho Jonah Wagers homo, on West Main streets, guards bavins been nlaced thoro at his expense I feel certain that the proper constituted authorities will bo able to control the disease, and the probability of an epidemic at this time is very remote. But in order to bo on the safe side, under Section 4011, General Statutes, the City Council hereby directs the City Health Officer, City Physician, and Dr. T. J. Taylor, Dr. S. G. Bosley and Dr. H. G. Sandlin, for the city, and other physi cians on their own account, to procure fresh vaccine and vaccinate all persons in the city who have not been vaccinated, free to thoso who are unable to pay and fifty cents.each.to those able to pay. I request that the physicians of the city, and every citizen, will with tho city authorities and, by so doing stamp out these disease. I call of tho public to the following attcn-tention Deaths Hair! Hair! raids, puffs and all kinds of hair Work made front eombingfi. a reasonable price. Hair dressed in c ;uiest style. I have in steek the . r ovt designs in pun's and braids. I . a .'no nothing hot natural hair. Mks Macbs Hackky Walkbk 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. ; X'iCcps I WHITE HALL - ITLM5. Messrs. B. E. Belue & Co., have open ed a millinery, with all new fresh stock, in the room recently vacated by the Iiurst Grocery Co., on East Main street. Mr. Belue is a traveling man and will for the present continue to travel. Mrs. Belue will have charge of the business assisted by an expert trimmer from Cincinnati. Mrs. Belue was born and AGT1YE MAN W EACH LOCAUTY WANTED reared in Madison county, being a Tj Join this Society. Sick, accident, daughter of Mr. Sam Baldwin and has Cz-'- h benefits. And Introduce our many friends and relatives hero. Keaay Memberships. All or spare time. $50 for business tomorrow March 28. to $300 a month. Every Member elves you a steady monthly In Experience not needed. Write Madison Chickens Lntered Ky. Covington, Laying Contest fzr plans. Box of this city, shipped Mr. 0. D. Mil-eBeware of Ointments for Catarrh Monday six Barred Plymouth Bock pullets to be entered in the Louisville Post That Contain Mercury International Egg Laying Competition ? will aweir awtroy tfce ccctM ef aswU i iv to be held April 1, to October 1, at Senwfcali intn U draGr throng taw inrm finer. Sorti- ator T. H. Paynter's stock farm, known .d to mm awl an wicil"Belair," Elsinore, Ky. This contest Ik um TM t me emoa jtm me pot- - as Irani Om. Hwt Catarrli Cbre. will be watched with great interest by by r. J. CbMMT & Co.. IMfda. Btrorr, at h taken totem!!?. - noultrv breeders and farmers through - tlj anna 1 Mod mmi Mail ibti" tim. la Bwlae BU Catarra out the United States. Mr.of Miller has ym ptt tW i.i iialyi. It ta tikrn ti' id Pitdc hi Titata. OM4. bf F. J. been appointed a director the Barred ; TewrfmoaUla rr. Rock class, a recognition of his ability -- I'irlKia. T rnre. 76c. jw bottle. as a poultry breeder. I jiullr PUla 1 lor eoiuUMUoa. oi JI-23r, -- Shirley Oerritaa has returned from Oklahoma. Thomas Parke has reoeatly pur a a tine bt&Uiea. Tohn Rutledge has moved hue his Tu. home. ( iaude Whitfock spent test week . .s mother at this ptaee. rr Brown Kelly hag been quite fie has been taken .,t past week. jugton for treatment. -r riunued rains are very dfcoour-- ; ' armers as bat little work has i.c toward their crops. Jn Kerr has bid farewell to his i a id departed for Bteosttngton. reside. Oar best wnHes go with ' i, is new home. - Fraternal ftrotlierhoed, a new - "ccenily organised here, held its Nov r meeting Saturday night. ivl mg the downpour of rain every -was present and a number of -the 3 rrom oilier lodges attended Prospects are very bright for a Fra-U-., . xlgc at this place. The Uerhood meet in the hall oc- -a . tie Modern Woodmen. 1 " Fraziek: Mrs. Columbus Frazier Berea, Ky. died at her home, on Big Ilill pike, Friday morning after a few days --illness of Teachers Will Not Get Money pneumonia. Deceased was, before her marriage, Miss Smiley, daughter of Before June. Robert Smiley, of this county. She was fltate Hamlctt, lion. Barksdale consistent member of the Baptist Superintendent of Public Instructions, church and was a dutiful wife and through a letter mother. Mrs. Frazier is survived by a lias issued a statement to Miss Mabel Robbins, County Superin- husband and three small children, to tendent of Bourbon county, to the effect whom the sympathy of a host of friends that the salary, due tho rural teachers is extended. Funeral services were con for the sixth month, would not be sent ducted at tho residence, Saturday, after out until June. noon, followed by interment in the Gilbert graveyard on Muddy Creok. Mns. Jexxie B. Fish, Opera House. 1 Are you rendy for Easter? Havo you bought that Spring Suit? Havo you examined our lino of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? Every one says they aro beauties and prices far below the quality. Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits beforo purchasing. We have what you want and at values never beforo ofTered so low. Wo specialize $10 and $15 Suits for mon. Boys suits at all prices. Ladies, Misses and Child-ren- s Oxfords in "all styles, new snappy lasts, and at prices to pleaso overybody. MCns and Boys Shoes and Oxfords J. E. Tilt brand. Also Buster Brown Blue All lines Ribbon brand for children. more complete than over. Call and see Very respectfully, them. Hamilton Bros. Winchester Boy Injured by Train. James Ga'tlan, nineteen years of age, of Winchester, had a narrow escape Gart-from death Thnrsday afternoon. lan. who was in the act of boarding the five o'clock north-boun- d train, in some way lost his balance and fell beneath the moving cars, tho wheels of which passed over his left leg, crushing same in a horrible manner. Dr. C. H. Vaught, L. & N. surgeon, was summoned and the unfortunato young man was removed to tho Pattio A.Clay Infirmary, where an operation was performed, the attending physician finding it necessary to amputate tho limb below the knee. Gartlan is getting along nicely and will soon be in condition to return to his homo in Winchester. I Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 19 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experience in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber that go into a building & Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Todd-Edward- On Saturday night will be shown the which gives in every detail tho inaugural exercises of Gov. McCroary at Franktort, also good picture "Tho Scheme That Failed and a Western Heroine," and two good vaudeville acts, the marvelous Maitland, The good Low and Ethel McPhee. show for 10 cents. This is a season for white shoes. We have them for ladies, misses and chil Come in and make ready for dren. Easter. We have your size and can fit you. Bice & Arnold. Pathe Weekly No. New Millinery. at his Cosnv: J. home.near Red House; Wednesday, after lie a few days illness of pneumonia. was taken violently ill from the begin ning, and though his family and friends realized the seriousness of his condition, his death was a great sh .ck to all. Mr. Cosby was one of Madison's most progressive farmers and he had a wide acquaintance and friendship throughg He was a out the county. member of tho Baptist church, and years of age, at the whilo seventy-fiv- e lime of his death, ho never ceased to take an active part in its work. IIo was truly a Christian gentleman and lived a lie will be live worthy of emulation. greatly missed, especially by his family and neighbors, as he was a kind 'and loving husband, an indulgent father and a splendid neighbor. Deceased leaves to mourn his departure a wifo and one son, Robert Cosby, to whom is extended tho sympathy of the entire county. The funeral services were conducted, Thurs day morning, at the Red House Baptist church. His remains were brought to this" city, followed by a largo concourse of friends, and laid to rest in Richmond Cemetery Thursday afternoon. Mr. Ed. Cosby died Secret Wedding Announced. Friends of the contracting parties will be surprised to learn of tho marriage of Miss Ilo'en Duncan and Mr.Joo Shearer, which took place in Tennessee, on DecEven tho most intimate ember 27. friends of tho young people were not aware of the marriage until tho announcement was made Saturday after noon, so guarded had Mr. and Mrs. They havo Shearer kept their secret. taken rooms with Mrs. James Cosby on Second street, Tho bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Iv. Duncan and is very popular with a largo circle of friends. Mr. Shearer is a son of Mr. Lee Shearer, formerly of this city, and is employed with tho L. & A. division of the L. & N. Railroad. The heartiest wishes of a host of friends is extended tho happy couplo for a long and happy married life. s The Farm Special Train. Tho Agricultural Special train, which by the Collego of Agriculture of the State University and tho State Department of Agriculture at Frankfort, to be run over tho various roads of Kentucky, will arrive in Rich mond Friday, March 29, at 3:15 p. m., and will bo ono of tho best educational opportunities that has ever been offered Much time to the peoplo of Kentucky. and money has been spent in the effort to make this train a "university on wheels," to bo taken to the very doors of tho people. The lectures will bo upop such subjects as tho following: soil management; restoration of worn soils; mixing and applying fertilizers; crop rotations; feeding, breeding and management of live stock;judging of live stock; market classes and grades of live stock; dairy cattle, breeding and feeding; dairy management;discases of livestock; orchard and small management; insect and fungus pests and their eradication; spnu-- s and spraying; truck gardoning; poultry raising and management; cook ery, composition of food, etc.; household equipment and home decoration; home and farm sanitation and agricultural clubs The specialists from the College will treat tho various lines of agriculture that are to be presented and their work will be supplemented by the ser known" vices of some of tho authorities in the United States. Special attention should bo called to the women's work, which will occupy ono entire coach. This will bo In charge of some of the best known authorities in tho country on home economics, in all Its Literatures on the topics branches. treated will be given away to those interested in any particular subject. is being prepared most-widely Corner Orchard and Main-s- t Phone 100 Lumber Go.Kentucky Richmond, The Pint Measure. on display . Dr. Sandlin Gets Revenge. Mr. Interesting to Ladies. E V. Ekler will life-lon- Spirella Corsets. In preparing your spring wardrobe, don't overlook the most essential article of women's wearing apparel, a good Being agent for the Spirella corset. Co set, I invito every woman in Richmond and Madison county to investigate this celebiated and hygienic corset. Every corset sent out by mo is guar anteed to tlt.asl take measures and order goods to fit the individual. Can furnish anything from a six Inch girdle or abdominal support to the largest sizol corsets. These goods are guaranteed against rust and breakage If you havo overworn a Spirella, you will never wear any other make, and if you have not investigated the merits of this wonderful corset, you should at once call on or address mo. Mrs. Hallie Deatiieraoe. 40-lTelephone 500. Union City, Thursday afternoon, after a Deceased short illness of pneumonia. was about forty years of age and was He is survived by his unmarried. parents and several brothers and sisters. Short services were conducted at the grave by Rev. W. S. Taylor, followed by interment in Richmond cemetery Satur day afternoon. Mr. Cyrus Wells died at the home of his father, Mr. Wm. B. Wells, near Dr. H. G. Sandlin is considered one of Madison's most mild tempered physicians, yet he let his temper get away with him ono day last week. In com- dany with Mr. E. C. Wines they drove out on Tates Creok pike and while en joying the pleasant afternoon, (the first we have had this winter) tho eminent emergphysician discover a ground-hoing from his den, and at sight of the animal Dr. Sandlin turned livid with rage and jumped from his buggy and with a slope. dispatched tho ground-ho- g In order to make death certain the physician took his pocket knife and cut the animal's throat, after which he returned t6 Mr. Wines, who could not understand the sudden outburst of temper of the doctor, and explained that he would not permit a singIe,ground hog to survive another winter if it were in his power to dispatch them. Dr. Sandlin is as a a Arm believer In Mr. Ground-Ho- g weather prognostlcator and since the fulfillment of his predictions this season the popular physician has declared an unremitting warfare on this animal in the future. Millinery display, March 23 and 29 at Miss K. V. Schmidt's, Second street.392t at his millinery opening, Thursday and Friduy. March 23 and 20, all the latest fashions in ladies, misses and ahiklrea's headwear. and you will miss a great deal if you fail to be present ea that Mr. Elder has visited the occasion. Mother wasted exaetlytwe qtwtts mt water to wee in cookms. tort Um only nensttrea sk bad m the hattee were meathree-sta- t meaewe Mid a JUe-eisure. She ashed Jehttay ta Sgure out to get axaatly iwaqaat-t- s ef water from leading Eastorn markets with a view of the taa ay utihar theee tw measures. having on exhibition this seasoa the HedMit. Haw? most elegant line of hats over brought We will fanrish yoe Um beetanaings to this city. Miss Mary Conway, manager, and Miss Thompson, of Cinctaaati, aad atu theat wa at Iowa ariaes. Barlow & Dsmbk. trimmer, will have chargo of the mil ae-l- f 307 East Mafe street. linery department. nt have Your Doctor Knows The person who is best fitted to tell yea exaetly what is the matter He is the asaa who has downed yearn with you is your doctor. of study and preparation for his life's week. It statute to teases that your particular ailment aad its eaaiaHaatfeae ar hest haraatl when a man "who- knows" diasaesls your ease. It is Mr hatter to do this than to trifle with remedies ef uafcaewa value, ec to aei your upon the suggestion of a friead. AVhea yaa are stakv-ee- o doctor then bring his preseripthM to - Special Sale. Messrs. Sewell & McKinney have in The Apothecary Shop You can then bo Teasottably sura that you have alt af the has that science can give In the way of medical adviee, aad hnRS af known strength, purity, awl health predHoteg pawer this issue of TnE Climax a mammoth i IF I TEN THOUSAND ROLLS new mz WALL PAPERS 2 Just received and are oh sale at 12 c Single Roll 8 Yards Ml up In price. .Remember 4c, 5c, 6c we self y is Pipers Borders Sane Price tbey raatel. ceilWe will hang your paper at 10c per roll (8 yards), borders and Only ings same price, and do your painting at the lowest price. s workmen employed first-clas- Paper Hanging and Painting 213 West Mak Street Wan ft II y n tii.rtr,rff M mi ilaff, Fidura, fnmt U ullirrtrs U Q Mr. V. B. Zittel, better known as Bum," died at his home in "Waco, this county, last Thursday morning at iu o clock. le naa Deen a greai aunurei for several years and had traveled oxtensively in searcn 01 iiemui, viajnug many famous resorts, but witn no avail. 7n.AmKaF ho hprnmn critically ill t and continued to grow worse until death jus relieved his sunenngs. caused from a complication of diseases. For a number of years Mr. Ziaol conducted the large pottery at Waco, which was successfully operated by his father before his demise. Deceased was about 49 years of age and was one of the best Ho known men in Madison county. was a jovial fellow and true as steel to his friends, who were legion. His death, thoueh hourly expected, was a great shock to tho entire community. During his illness, his sister, Miss Minnie, was untiring in hGr efforts and ministered to his wants with words of kind and gentle compassion. When the Messenger of Deatn summoneu mm iu "o shore, he welcomed the messenger as he would greet a newly made friend, and passed peacefully into the Great He is survived by three sisBeyond. ters, Mrs. Geo. McKinney. Mrs. T. C .,..1 Miss Minnie Zittel. all of whom have the sympathy of everyone in their hour oi oereavemeui. ";""' oAHtlMn? warn nnri o.ted bv liev- - Y. r . College Hill circuit of tho Wyatt, of the M. E. Church, at the late home. Friday morning at 10 o'clock, after which the 'remains were convey cu w wuvgu n f and laid to real in mo jamiiy iu. charter members ! of Normal City Lodge No. 102 Knights nfPvthias. of Richmond, and was a loyal Knight until the end, and was u.T.t.j iiv. Pvthian donors. The floral UliiKUXim tributes were gorgeous and beautitui a silent testimony of the high estem in which he vii Mid oy aamiriDf meou., Governor McCreary For Vice President The following press dispatch was sent out from Louisvillo last week: "One of the certain things that will happen at the Democratlo State Conven tion will bo an unqualified indorsement It of Gov. McCreary's administration. is the universal opinion that the last Leeislaturo found an incentive for much of its excellent work in tho advice and He influence of tho chief executive. constantly visited by legislators, was his views on public who sought questions. There will not be a dissenting voice when a resolution is offered approving Gov. McCreary's wiso conduct of tho State's affairs, in fact, a move ment is on foot to present Gov. Mc Creary as Kentucky's candidate for the Vir.n Presidency. It would be a aesorv ed tribute to tho chief executive, who has just le'd his party to the greatest victory they have achieved in tnirty Tile Governor's long sor flvovears. vice in Congress and the Senate, and hi membership onr tho Monetary Conference and Peace Commission, has made him a national figure. His friends feel that he is entitled to the recogni tion that his Stato's indorsemnnt for the Vice Presidency would givd him. Come Ky. for dry goods and notions. An try A whv not VOU. to Owen McKce, Richm-ow-- laws: Court Day Dinner. utu t.,,t The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church "Penalty for "Willful Sec. 4017. will serve a Court Day Dinner, Monday, Spreading of Small Pox If any person 30-shall wilfully .endeavor to spread or April If at tho Masonic Temple. subpropogite tho small pox, ho shall bo ject to bo indicted and fined the sum of five hundred dollars, or to bo Imprisoned for six months." Sec. 4018. "Penalty for Persons having Small Pox Going in Public Placos. Any persoD, who, having reasons, at the timc,to believe himself afilicted with the i ii disease of small pox.shall voluntarily go upon any publio highway or street, or to any place at which people aro accustomed to collect or assemble, or who shall enter or go on board any steam boat, railroad car or other publio conveyances, and all persons who shall knowingly aid or assist anyone thus to offend, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, shall be fined not less than ono hundred dollars nor more "than ono than ono thousand dollars." Sam'i.Rice, Mayor. suits One prico and the same quality $10 roady to wear Rico & Arnom. advertisement, in which they advertise a special sale to begin March 23 and continue until April 13. They have made great reductions on all their groceries for the above montioned period, and tho stock of goods carried by this well Read known firm is second to none. their advertisement and take advantage of this opportunity to secure tho best groceries at remarkably low figures. Perry's Drug Store Telephone 75 VB THURSDAY, Opera House FRIDAY, SATURDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL SHOWING THE PATHE WEEKLY Al Inaugural Ceremonies of Gov. McCreary LAST HALF OF WEEK The Marvelous Maitland Lew and Ethel McPhee Two Showi Every Night. First 7:15? second 8:30 fuu PICTURES Thursday AChUdCrusea The Squaw's Lote 11 Friday A College Sweetheart j.gfSM A Weetera Heroiae Saturday wu-th- Fresh vaccine points propagated under U. S. Government license at Perry's Drag Store Have your furniture put in trood order before spring cleaning. Admissi on 10 Cents Others U Barlow 39-- &. Dozier, t 307 Eat Xsia street. Sewell $ Mc Kinney's GREAT REDUCTION Commencing Thursday, March 28, and Ending Saturday, April 13 Our line of Groceries are popularized on their own merits. No rebates or extras have been offered to increase their sale. They have won their way by genuine worth. They conquer competition. Every retail sale makes another, because our line stands the test of public taste. And in view of our appreciation of these facts, we have decided for the above time, to give our customers and friends the benefit of greatly reduced prices on our entire line of "Quality Groceries." Note the extra low prices quoted below for Cash Best Eastern Granulated Sugar COFFEE Our Coffees come direct from the roasters fresh and crisp Chase & Sanborn's and Bours celebrated brands 25c Our 27ic grades, now Our 30c grades, now 27ic $1.00 3 lb can, regular $1.10 seller, now 16 Pounds for CEREALS Rice $1 House Cleaning Time Is near at hand, of these low prices Rexine, fine for cleaning and polishing regular 25c can, now 17c Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 boxes 24c Large size Gold Dust, box 21c Small size, 6 boxes 24c Star Naptha Powders, 6 boxes 24c Rub No More, 7 boxes . . . . 25c Lenox Soap, 8 bars 25c Big Deal, 6 bars 25c Ideal Soap, 6 bars 25c Clean Easy Soap, 7 bars 25c so why not take advantage 1 All Fresh and Crisp box Puffed Wheat and 1 box Puffed 23c boxes National or Premier Oats 25c boxes Shredded Wheat 25c boxes Post Toasties, 10c size ... 25c box Cream of Wheat, I of Grapenuts 25c box Pan Cake Flour 10c 3 2 3 1 1 .... LARD 50 lb best Uothixo in tho history of American tariff making has so thoroughly demon strated the fallacy of tho high protec as tho testimony tion principle Mass., mill Lawrence, of the strikers. In the same room where Car- neglo and Schwab told how they had juggled millions, the Rules Committee of tho IIouso heard fathers, mothers and children tell how whole families wero forced to livo on $5 and $0 a week paid by the highly protected "Woolen Trust. The witnesses told how they woro forced to work ten hours a day; how they had to uso "a sort of molasses" as a substitute for butter; how children had to go into tho mills nt an early ago in ordor to keep tho family from actual starvation, and how tho constant de mand of tho mill owners was for more and more speed and less and less pay. In tho committee room sat some of the mill children, fresh from the mills, and a mere glance at them told more than spoken or written volumes could tell All had pinched facos. All were poorly dressed, soma of them having only a cheap sweater in lieu of a coat and overcoat. Most of them had dull, expressionless facos, In which there was no trace pf color or animation. All of thorn, moreover, wero more or less deaf, because of their work amid the fearful clatter of mill machinory, so that at times tho committee members almost had to shout to mako themselves heard All tho children looked worn and old, as though thoy had been speeded up boyond tho limit of endurance. These children rovoalcd, as nothing else could reveal, that both thoyand tho American people are being cheated by Schedule "K." They stood as living proof that tho manufacturers, after onco getting tho privilego of lovying a heavy tax on woolen golds, are not willing to divide their enormous profits with the workers in tho woolen industry. Under Schedule "K" tho people aro being tariff-taxe- d for tho sofo bonofit of a few millionaire woolen trust magnates, and not for tho benefit of tho workers in tho woolen industry. Now that you know tho truth, Mr. and Mrs. Reader, what aro you going to do about it? If you do not .know just what action to take to make your feeling in the matter effective, horo is a suggestion; You can voto and work against tho party that framed Schedule "K," and for the party that stands pledged to, rcduco tho tariff on woolons almost one-half. Auction Auction LadiesGreat Opportunity To Get a High Grade Sewing Machine at Your Own Price On Monday morning, March 18th, we placed in our show wirtdov, a Paragon oewing riacnintj, iiiaue in me acinic iaiuiy i The World's Best Sewing Machine THE STANDARD ROTARY Exactly like cut, upon which we will receive bids for 12 days onlv. W have selected this machine because it has the best record and the manufacturers are proud to stamp it with their own name and guaranty ( $2,800,000. ALL YOU HAVL TO DO is to register your names dress and price you bid at our store any time before APRIL 1st, v. n we select the best bid, and this excelled machine worth $45.00 w'C L delivered to the successful bidder at once We extend a cordial invitation to every reader of this announcement b come and bring interested friends. The "Standard Rotary" wINsurfi:;-- ? and delight you. Be sure to register you may be the lucky one. A L ARL WELCOME Name Address Bid 8 Bid S W. F. Higgins Opposite Glyndon Hotel Cash Installments Richmond, L We arc headquarters for Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, 0 Belts, Etc, for all makes of Machines YOUR OL.D MACIITNE REPAIRED FOR si.no ) Partridge Brand Lard 201bbuckot 10 lb bucket 5 lb bucket Compound Lard, 3 lbs $5.50 2.5o 1.30 C8c Ivory Soap, G 25c White Naptha, G bars 3 dozen Clothes Pins Wire and Rope Clothes Lines & G. P. bars ........ 25c 25e 4c 8c fland picked Navy "Beans, 5 lbs Cracked Homin', 10 lbs 3 lbs best Rice Nice fancy Muir dried Peaches, lb. Nice fancy Apricots, pound A big fat Prune, 40 to 50 size, pound 25c 25c TO BREAK UP COLD Some Advice That Will 5ave Time and Money The Weasel Word. Col. Roosevelt says the word "but" is a weasel word, ono which takes the vitality out of the sentiment which precedes it, and the Colonel Is riziit. The word "but" should bo olimioated from the English language. Here are a few rea sons why it should: "He is a fine, handsome, energetle, d capable, man, BUT, it is a pity ho drinks." "It was a very flno party and thay lavished a lot of mosey oa it; the oos tumes were masnifkeat ami Ute musk was perfect. BUT, it is whispered, they are terribly in debt and oeuldn't afford good-hearte- DONT BE BAl Nearly Anyone Mav s A Splendid Growth Hair. We hav a middy that grow hair and prevented in-Hat 189 aaooc where us-ldlrooltong for a nmoiui time. That may seem . statement k te, and we m . aad bo one should doubt have pat enr ehums to an We are so certain Rea Tonie will mre dandruff. nessi stimulate the scalp an roots, sten falling hair an I hair, that we personally s.- ? tive guarantee tn refund r paid ns for it hi every insia. does net give entire satisfac user. Ilexali "W' Hair Tonic -to age as chmr inrinjt water IkjhttuUy perfwnd,aiid d. or gm the hair. Two si s. 31.00. With our gnara tni ee oh enrtahtly take mm risk atmr store The Hnxall Si -- . Drag Store. ' 25c. .. 14c 22c 14c J. E. JVL, Zaring's Patent, Mary Flour, 75c for 24 lbs Jello and Gelatine for Dessert 22c 8c $1,40 75c 45c 22c 45c 23c 12c 40c 20c 10c Preserves and Syrups Pure Fruits and Sugar. Scuddder's Maple, 25c size, now Compound, 10c size, now Assorted Fruits A. B. C. 3 boxes Jello or Minute Gelatine 2 boxes Knox's, Cox's or Plymouth Rock 25c L'oc gallon " " gallon 4 " " gallon Golden Seal, 25c size, now , Karo White, 1 gallon " " gallon " " 4 gallon Bob White, 1 gallon " gallon " " 4 gallon New Orleans cooking, 2 lb can 8c Mapaline for llavoriug syrups, 35c size 30c i 1-- 1 Patent Flour 59c for 24 lb Sack The grontost importance of the Demo cratic program providing for tho aboli tion of the sugar tariff and tho imposition of a tax on income in oxcoss of $5,000 is that it brooks away from the tradition that the government's income must of necessity bo derived wholly from tho things tho peoplo oat, wear or use, a tradition which has been responsi bio for woalth not bearing its just pro portion of the burden of Federal taxa tion, and a tradition which has beon responsible for so mnny tariff outragos through so many years. Regardless of whether tho bill is votood by President Taft, there is little question that the Democrats have oponed the way for on actment whon another man is in the White House. c 1-- i 3 boxes fancy Macaroni or Spaghetti., 25c Fancy head Rice, pound 7c 30e box pitted Dried Cherries 25c Keg Soda, pound 2Ac 3 lb Arm & Hammer Soda 23o Search Light Matches, 3 boxes 10c i 1-- No Strong drinks and quinine may relieve a cold, but it usually does more harm than good. To break up a hard cold in either head or chest thousands are using this sensible treatment. First of all look after your bowels; if they need attention use any reliable cathartic. Thon pour a scant teaspoon-fu- l of IIYOMEI into a bowl of boiling water, cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe for 5 or 10 minutes the pleasant, soothing, healing vapor. Do this just before going to bed; your head will feel lino and clear and you'll awako from a refreshing sleep minus a RooseveIjT has followed his hat all cold in the morning. right, but it is not aortnin whether ho For colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma has put his head or foot in it New and croup IIYOMEI is guaranteed. A York World. fifty cent bottle is all you need to break up a cold and this can bo obtained at WATCH YOUR Mi'idelton's drug store and druggists everywhere. it." "She is a handsome woman, BUT she laces awfully." "Ho is a very successful business ana and a good churoh member, BUT, they say, "he treats life wife something fierce." "Tho presents were numerous and costly, BUT all tins guests are kicking because they had to s&ad them." Children are muoh more likely to con- -- ' JO Brown Sugar HAIR, LADIES tract the contagious disease whea they Waco Tomatoes PEAS. 35c cam injported French Peas 20c can Sugar Loaf Petit Pois ' 15c can " 121c can 10c pounds for $1 3 Pound Can 10 cents 17 .. Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Luxuriant and Radiant Hair. If dandruff germs are devouring tho nourishment (hat bolongs to thohair it will soon begin to full. Furthermore it will lose its lifo and lustro and will be come dull, faded and ovon look slovenly If you havo any signs of dandruff you ought to go right to your druggist today and got a bottlo of PARISIAN SAGE, This delightful and refreshing hair tonic is guaranteed by B. L. Middelton, drug gist, to kilhdandruff. germs, clean the head of filthy dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp or money baok And it doos just what it is guaranteed to do and that's why its sales aro so onormous tho country ovor. PARISIAN SAGE is tho favorite of roflned womon. Ono bottlo proves Its suporiorit3 loecan " " 21b 21b "lib 2Sc 17c 12c 12c 10c 25c can of Crisco (season compound) 15c can Snyder's Pork and Beans " " " 10c can 15c 20e 12c CORN 15c can Waldorf Maine can Superior Brand, 2 lb Same grades in Fulton's Pride Brand 8c can Beech Nut Pork and Beans " " " 10c can .... 25c can Heinz Tomato Soup 10c can Campbell's Assorted Soups 3 for 8c 12c 20c 25e 3c at same prices Heinz Mince Meat in Cans . 1 25c can Green Gage Plums 25c can Red Salmon 20c- can. " - : 7c 20c 17c 25e 16c Sc 20c can 15c can 10c None Such, 3 cans 17c 12c 25c 15c cai Beets 15c can Spinach 15e can Sweet Potatoes 10c can Kraut 1 0c can Lj'e Hominy 10c can Pumpkin 12ic can New Year 10c can Pride of Bloomington, 15c can String Beans 15c can Lima Beans 10c can Kidney Beans .12Ac . . 10c 8c 12c 12c 12c can Sweet Potatoes This is a Strictly Cash Sale loc cau Pink Salmon, 2 cans 20c cam Oysters, 2 lb 10c can Oysters 1 lb. 31b can Asparagus 35c can Asparagus, 35e can Asparagus, 35c can Asparagus, 20c can Asparagus, ...... white tips . . . . green tips tall medium .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8c 12c 12c 13e 10c 8e 8e 8c 22c 30c 20c 30c 1 5c have colds. Whooping oough. diphtheria, scarlet fever and consumption are RUTHTON ITEMS disooses that are often contracted when tho child has a cold. That is why all Office for Rent. Mr. Jim Griggs has been very ill for medical authorities say beware of cohJa. For the quick cure of cohis you will soveral days. Office equipped with wat.r find nothing better than Chamberlain's Miss Lillio Singor is leaching a very Cough Remedy. It can always be ie in our building on Second sucessful school hero. ponded upon and is pleasant and safe to s cs ion given at once. mHm 2 Docolas V : Aunt Martha Bogio has boon on the take. For sale by all dealers. sick list several weeks. Mr. Cecil Ilendrcn has gone to Bloomington, Illinois. Mr. Emotto Hamm left last Thursday for Washington, Iowa. Joe Long, Jr.. our new merchant, is o doing a business at this place. Missos Lucy and Frona Williams aro in Loxington, whoro they aro attending business college. Miss Mary Ilamm spent from Tuesday until Saturday in Cincinnati with her niece, Mrs. M. D. Ashley, nee Miss You Oeorgio Sanford. tf wide-awak- Democrats FREE BOOK ON PILE5 NEWBY ITEMS Miss (tor Line of Pratlow Canned Fruits are the Finest 35c Pratl ow Peaches Hun 30c 25c 22c 17c 15c 30c can Waldorf Pears fs Peaches 25c Rod iau Gold Peaches 20c Or ;hard Gem Cheai Hunts Pears 30c 35c 30c 30c 30c grades can can cau can can Roman Gold Apricots' White Cherries Red Cherries Red Raspberries Strawberries 27c 25c 22c 30c 25c 25c 25c Hawaiian Pineapple 30c can sliced 20c cau 15c can 25c can grated 15c can grated - 2oc 20c oc oqc jOc China nA fHaCCWOA Bowls 2: ind Painted Plates and Salad prices from 19c to $2.50 r!?"Lrid"5!d.Pls: UI nes of China, Cut Glass and sware are coitid ete and a disrnnnf nf ?n ronfc n dollar will be allowed on all goods sold during this sale Broken patterns in China that we wish to close out at prices below cost in order to make room for our new spring patterns list. Leslio Tudor is attending tho Normal School in Richmond. Ilugh Million is suffering with in- Hammatory rheumatism. This community was shocked to hear of the death of Roy. G. W. Shepherd. Misses Mabel and Dolla Tudor will bo at homo on tho 10th of next month. Robert Hoathman was mingling with relatives and friends here last week. Mrs. Luthor Short's littlo baby, who died a few days ago, was buried last Tuesday. W. S. Brock was called to tho death bed of his mother. Mrs. William Brock of College Hill, Marsh 13th. William Brock and dau'htor. Miss Annie, of College Hill, are spending tho week with W. S. Brock. AY. S. Brock. Ilarriett Million is on tho sick Tells How Cures Are Made With An Internal Medicine. Do you know tho cause of piles? Is it inward or external? t Is it a skin disease? Will salves or cutting cure for good? Do you know liowhow Dr. J. S. Leon- hardt found tho internal long-soug- cure? These questions fully answered in a booklet mailed frco by Dr. Leonbardt Co., Station B. Buffalo. N. Y., or by B. L. Middelton. Richmond, Ky.. who sells IIEM-ROIthe successful remedy at $1 per largo bottle, under guarantee. At all drug stores. want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one the candidates for the nomination for Counh Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictlynot a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawvor that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE BEST? If that of any other is better than mine vote tor him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. Boarders Wanted. ply to 31-tf J. J. GREENLE F . Good clean rooms and good tablo. Ap Mns. Cltdk Pollens, 331 Moberly avenue. at Two barrels of Cut Star Tumblers to go at the low price of 10c each. Think of this cheaper than common glass 1140 142 REMEMBER THE PLACE Second Street Telephones 16 and 223 i! DANDRUFF AND Classy Easter Clottie I ReadyTailored Clothes There's no disputing; the fact that at the present time there are more men wearing ready tailored clothes than ever before. In Proposals for School Buildings Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Superintendent of Madison County Schools until one o'clock Saturday, March 30, 1912. for the erection of two new four room school buildings, one to be erected near Kirksville, Ky., the other near Waco, Ky., ia detail according to plans and specifications which can be seen at the County Superin- ITCHING SCALP Positively Yield to Zemo and now. 33-3- m Lanshan Efcfcs. M. M. Hamilton-Ph- one 484. Puro bred White Langshan eggs for Buys calves, cows and fat cattle. hatching; $1.00 for 15. Orders booked uall n;m up. 39-t- f Pahk SnKLTON, Zemo Soap. Union City, Ky. For Rent. AK-nlnnnHl Collegian Clothes nPJnflflLLnnVT tendent's office. For general conditions, bondj etc, see specifications. Tbe contracts for the erection of these buildings will be tet by the Madison County Board of Education.' Said Board reserves the right to reject any and all bid 3 NOLANt) JOHN Chairman of Madison County Ctmmtj Supi. and Board of Education A 25c trial size is a special offer for you to test this treatment and see for yourself how quickly they relieve an irritated skin or scalp as veil as cure dandruff and prevent falling hair. One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and an application of ZEMO stops the itching instantly, cleanses the' scalp and lids it of all dandruff and scurf. We know that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP have no rivals for the prompt relief aad permanent cure of all skin and sealp ejection. Frequently ib-- trial package will entirely eradicate a Minor case of itching nvip or dandruff and is always to dinu nitrate the curative newer of ZBttOrZE;U050AP for wary term of skin or scalp eruptions, A tnay-fie-oepackage will convince you. Perry's Drug Store. suf-Jtete- nt nt The residence on Summit recently oc Eggs For 5ale. cupled by Capt. Short, for remainder of Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs. Setting year. Electnc light, water, stables, etc. of 15 for 75 cents. Phono 151-33-t- f Apply to June Baxter. 31. Oldham. Mks. T. ' U Richmond, Ky. Board and Lodging 5. 2S-1- for five or six. Also two largo rooms Gelding For Sale. with twp small ones adjoining, porch gelding, Rood shape, tig enough for', wagon or any kind of farm and cellar accommodations with the ' work. above Mks. Clara Traylok, ; M. V. TTavti "rnv. i : 39-t019 N. Second St. 39-i- U Richmond. Kv. Twb-yearold f. Wi i". Rkkxoxb Dcs Co. sale bv its remarkable cures of mi4 Me and croup. It can be depended ' Dan Brack, fire, lightning; cyclone open. Try it. All dealers. and live stock insurance. tf eggs. 30-t- f wnn if keeps your stock fat and healthy and We have for sale ponuiuo home-mad- e maple syrup, absolutely pure. Ca-- on free from disease. or address An Establlehed Fact The PeoDlo's A. D. & O. D. 3f ili.mu Poultry Remedy contalae every in. gradient necessary for the produetidn of JXS-- tf Home Made Maple Syrup. The People's Stock Remedy the great improvement in style, fit and finish is particularly marked and there arc comparatively few men who can afford to disdain the between Adler's Gollegian Clothes and equivalent qualities in f arments. . Our Spring: and Summer showing far exceeds our' best efforts of all past seasons. price-differen- ce made-to-measu- re Price Range froa $15 ti S3 ram in vrt romitBtlnn a4 .gt.ml.n J. S. STANIFER