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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 3, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912040301_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): April 3, 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 35th YEAR RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. 1912 Belter Prices. NUMBER 41 L. R. JBlantoii :WHOLESALE AND RETAIL VERIFY IT Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Ume, mmmm , Rock mm Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 The farmers all over the country are organizing or the purpose of securing better prices for their produce. The figures show, in the city of New York. . alone, for instance, thai 9ftn (Wi non paid last year for potatoes,for which the j farmer received only 83.500.000. Cab--- ! bagescost the city people $9,125,000, while the farmer received butSl.S00.000 Milk cost the city consumer S49.000.000. and a little less than half that amount found its way into the pocket of the dairyman. For his onions, the consum er in that city paid S3.212.000, while the iarmers who grew them was paid onlv SS21.000. The farmers are of the opinion that this disparity is entirely too trreat and the result is that there are being formed organizations throughout the country near the large cities, for tho pur pose or selling their produce direct and eliminating the middleman. ROVAL Baking Pewdeti ABSOLUTELY The Proof is in Richmond most at Your Door. Al- The public statement of a Richmond citizen is in itself strong proof for Rich mond people, but confirmation streng thens the evidence. Ilero is a Richmond citizen who testi fied years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills relieved weak kidneys and now states the result was permanent. Can any suf ferer from kidney ills ask better proosT You can investigate. The case is right at home. MolliePowera, 209 Hallie-lrvi- ne St., Richmond, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills certainly are good and I gladly con firm the testimonial I gave in 1003 re commending them. They cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble. I suffer ed almost constantly for seven years' from kidney trouble and could not get get any relief until I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Middelton's Drug Store. This remedy quickly corrected my trouble and it has nover returned.' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbu- rn Co., Buffalo, Xew York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. THE STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS (mameoheierv genume mattpess) & f - !:! XMJi .- it fr r . Pm& Iiome-foake- d Makes delieioras foods oS Wei!, Rather! The Paris dressmakers most startling contribution to milady's wardrobe this year is to bo a new skirt, very narrow. with a slit at the side, extending well above the knee. A trade announcement here regarding the new skirt savs: If the directoir stockings, made of silken network with very large meshes, is to do worn with the dress, as it is said, the effect will be striking." Cook Boy Eats 200 Pies Makes iiome baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape. Cream of Tartar No Alum Flo maximum quality at mimmiant cost. M&t&K I f STANDING NEARLY THREE FEET HIGH ARE- - lPrfiv V I COMPRESSED TO ONE SIXTH-- ! THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF UNUSUAL f 1f W I V'tifl It 4 MUM f&j --' -- M M M M . ; . : SPRINGINESS M if fl 113 f JHm ' : " V . : P 1 Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining in the Rich- For 5a!e Privately. Dwelling of nine rooms with two lints Phosphates 1 acres of ground; good orchard, vine- ard, stable, chicken house, coal house. smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first- class repair. My family being small, I desire to sell my home and buy a smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to 33-t- f William Devore. mond, Ky., postofEce for the week March 30: Baker, Mrs. C H. Benton, Allio Buckner, Mrs. M. E. Cook, Mr. B. V. Cotton, Mrs. Shirley Dozier, Miss Celia . Favors Farmers. Users of farm michinery won a vic tory in Kentucky when the Court of Ap peals, Judco Settle writing, delivered throe opinions in cases of the Common wealth against the International Har vester Company of America, in which it is I10W that the company is a trust and is selling its products too high in Ken tucky. The court holds in these cases that thore are no anti-trulaws in Ken tucky, and that any company, whethor regarded as a trust or not, may do business in Kentucky as long as it does not sell its products at a price greater than its real value or depreciate the prices, of its products below the real valuo. WE'LL 5TOP THAT ITCHING FOR 25 CENT5 Zemo And Zemo Soap Give Instant Relief. THE McQAUGHEY Studio Of course, he took 200 days to do I a feat, nevertheless. it but it was some-- : The resisting power of a healthy j'oungter's stomacn is iaing to marvel at. But it's nothing to be compared to the resisting power 1 American Fence. A million farmers have chosen it "1 the fences offered and a million farmers have found it strongest, springiest, best and longest lasting fence it rial on the market. You will find it so, too, if you will find the style and "it best suited to your purpose. And you can do that 1- i has been removed from the Schlegel building to the Clay building on Main street and is now open for business in the new cation. lo- The Schlegel Studio is closed D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Are you troubled with Eczoma? Does your skin itch, burn, smart or bleed! If so come into our store and get a special 25c treatmont of the one sure, quick relief and positive cure you've been looking for. ZEMO is the guaranteed romedy that has relieved thousands of skin sufferers. A delightful, efficient and Let us give you a bid on your house antiseptic wash that soothes and painting, outside 01 inside. Only best heals an inflamed and irritated skin just material used. Workmanship guaran- as readily as it cures Eczema, Pimples, teed. Baklow & Dozier, Rashos, Psoriasis and other stubborn 30-t- f 30" East Main street. forms of skin diseases. ZEMO is worth its weight in gold to The People's Stock Remedy. skin sufferers and wo urge you to try this trial treatmont at Perry's Drug At this season you should not be Store. without a package of The Peoplo's Stock Romedy; 25c and 50c. "Dr Thomas' Electric Oil is the best Cure that old sore, cut or wound by remedy for that often fatal disease-cro- up. applying Tho People's Antiseptic Ileal- It has been used with success mg Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug in our family for eight years." Mrs. 30-Company. L. AVhiteacre, Buffalo, X. Y. lm germ-destroyitf "Woods, Mrs. Mary In calling for the above letters, please say "advertised." Box SCO. Rush, M. Taylor, Mrs. Linda Terrillt Mrs. Minnie Turpln, Harry A. "Wintz, Mr. Frank A. "Whittaker, Mr. Lonnie "Woods, Rev. J. S. Dunn, Mrs. Chas. Halpin, Mrs. Edna Hensley, Mr. Own Hollingsworth, Abraham Huguely, Miss Emma Meguire, Mrs. T. A, Morrison. Mr. P. C Monday Bros., Messrs. Monahan, Mr. Dan Mullikin, Parris Potts, Harry Perry, Mrs. Leo You will say "I never knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable." That's juft what satisfied users of Steams & FoAer Mattrees are smjmf. Yoh owe it to yourself to have a Steams & Foster in your home aad enjoy re tint is Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's re on a Stearns & Foder Mathst little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable matties. Steams & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into Hundred of fidfe weU, forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Sanding Dearly tiwee feet ImsjJi. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtkeir oiigimil height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juA the proper tension, o as to W mA, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfedt relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foer Mattress. We 11 sjiadiy do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Stearns & FoAer A moSt Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. coSts too H P.O. C. C. Wallace, P. M. Why He Was Late. "What made you so later" "I met Smithson." "Well, that is no reason why you should bo an hour late getting home to supper." "I know, but I asked him how he was feeling, and he insisted on telling me about his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamber lain's Tablets?" "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold by all dealers. lm OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. 229 K. O. L. i Tire hustling Cash Store Are You Ready for Easter Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? w I. '- V ;, - Have you examined Hamilton Bros. line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. Every one i Men's and Boys' Suits We have what you want and at" Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. values never before offered so low. You know we specialize $ J 0t00 and $15.00 Suits for men. Boys' Suits at all prices. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In all styles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords J. E.;TiIt brand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children All Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Them ' HAMILTON BROTHERS a...... MMJltMMMBMIMiMiMMMM IW IT Mil Our Story in a Nut Shell " Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the as vre constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of miu-ute- PERSONAL SOCIAL j AND Recessional Hymn 520 Postlude One of .Plumpton serSun- j Home-fol- k Items of Interest Krlarding and Others. Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Coods 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 McKEE The Richmond Climax. tVtUUa ETERT WEC1BMT It THECLMX A. D. Miller VT. O. IVhke PRINTING CO Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. (Incorporated.) Mtnbtr KENTUCKY ! ASSOCIATION PRESS sss EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. EBIOE 1.00 PER YEAB IK ADVANCE WBDNBSDAY. APRIL 3 - - - 1912 KtCBMase kas tadeed tm b&vfeg at tfce head of Hon. J. Tevis Cobb returned Wednes5pirella Corsets. day from Hot Springs, Arkansas, where a set ef men who have been he has been for the past six weeks. The In preparing your spring wardrobe, Homeat ovecv many friends of this popular gentleman don't overlook tho most essential articlo trust imposed upon fulttiftit t be gratified to know that Mr. Cobb will tinwi by Ike voters who suffrage placed' is at his office and has resumed his of women's wearing apparel, a good tfcew is power. The Climax is ever Being agent for the Spirella corset. many duties as a practicing attorney. reatdy to speak words of praise in defense Corset, I invito every woman in RichAn item from Lexington says: "Mr. mt awf dosorvmg one, and especially so and Mrs. Christopher D. Chenault en- mond and Madison county to investigate ofBatak who wear the yoke of public of tertained with a dinner Thursday to this celebrated and hygienic corsot. particularly in municipal serviee, celebrate three dates, which happily Every corset sent out by me is guarfall within a few days of each other and reader wto those anteed to lit, as I take measures and order 's their wedding anniversary, Mrs. whose oeatideBce has pkeed them in birthday and the birthday of goods to fit the individual. Can furnish ofearge ef vhe city's affairs the faithful Miss Sara Gibson Chenault, the eldest anything from a six inch girdle or abparformaace of a service that is ordindaughter of tho house. dominal support to the largest sizel arily Mttte appreciated by the public corsets. These goods are guaranteed The Leader and Herald, Harrods-burg'- s goBoraUy. Pew of our citizens realize splendid newspapers, are making against rust and breakage. If you have or approeiate the service that is given a desperate fight for a new court house ever worn a Spirella, you will never the eMy by its officers, from mayor in that city. AVe cannot understand CHURCH NOTES. wear any other make, and if you have dowa, aad fewer perhaps consider the why the Fiscal Court of Mercer has not not investigated tho merits of this won Our mayor accepted the advice of these papers and neasly salary attached. derful corset, you should at once call on reeeives a stiped of 9250 per year, erected a new temple of justice years The First Church of Christ (Scientist) or address me. meesborsef the oky counoil $86 per ago. Neither the Herald or the Leader holds services regularly every Sunday Mrs. Hallie Deatherage. year, and ether officials in proportion. would request an appropriation for any- in their apartments, 130 Second street. 40-lTelephone 500. 10 Setae ef our readers may say this thing that would not prove of value and Sunday School at a.o'clock a. m. Lesm. son sermon at 11 Wednesday Record-Breakin- g Crowd a meet k stifSeietH, and costinue with benefit to the capitol of Mercer. evening,testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Free reading room 15, Hobson building, Greets Agricultural the assertion that those officials have The P. A. C. Infirmary Annual Easter open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, WedMttie to do. Those who are not familiar Train. nesdays with the duties of these officers have Bazaar. Saturday, April C, at Hurst's bunday, and Fridays. a.Subject for next April 7, at 11 m, "Unreality." Only in one other city was the crowd Utile oeaeeptlea of the time and labor Grocery. The public is cordially invited to any equal to that which greeted tho Agricul ana an services. tural train in this city on Friday afternoon. A Climax reporter was told by An Easter servico should produce a a number of thoso aboard the train that resurrection of the thought and feelings; Maysvillo was the only city through to do this there should be no discords. which they had passed that had shown From the beginning to the end there as much, enthusiasm as was displayed should be a constant uplift. The de here. In the gathering were more than corations oi me altar snouid oe more seven hundred students from the East than mere decorations, they should be a ern Normal School, headed by Dr. J. G suggestion. The Scripture selections Crabbe, and nearly six hundred pupils and the hymns should all bear in one irom uaidweil liign benool, acconv direction, the music should never over- panied by Superintendent D.W. Bridges, whelm the thought, but encourage it. Superintendent of County Schools, John The sermon should bo filled with the Noland was present with about eighty Holy Ghost. The Easter service should members of the Madison County Corn Club, and it was estimated that fully be a unit Universalist Leader. 300 farmers were in tho city from dif- The present Catholic population of ierent sections of the county, together wun the United States is placed at 15,015,-50- the otnerstowho were present swelled crowd about threo thousand peo and that of Kentucky at 153,945. pie. With all the cars packed, groups of several hundred each about There will be a special program of the live stock car, where collectedHooper Prof. Easter music at the First Presbyterian gave a demonstration; about three bagchurch at both morning and night ser- gage trucks, in different parts of the vices on next Sabbath. train shed, from which Mr. Martindale and Prof. Roberts talked soils and corn "The Circle of Workers" will meet growing and Miss Knowles domestic with Mrs. J. B. Stouffer on Thursday of science, and an embankment, from this week, but the "Shirkers Society" which Mr. Wing spoke about alfalfa. will not hold their meeting until a date Commissioner Newman, in his speech which will be later announced. of welcome to tho crowd hero.gave high praise to Uov. McCreary. calling him Definite steps have been taken to- the greatest farmer and tho greatest wards installing: steam heat in the educator In Kentucky. "It Is through Men who select now have the First Presbyterian church and work his efforts and through his approval that mis tram is enabled to be here soon begin on it. advantage of choosing from an will said. 'The General Assembly made Nirht services will becin in all of the the appropriations for the agricultural enormous stock, consisting of interest, but he approved these bills so 7:30 city, style and pattern that well-dresse- d churches of thefall, thisatchange o'clock, that they might become laws. He has from now until will be stood by the farmers of Kentucky and effective on next Sabbath. Antimen will favor. he has stood by the educators of this "A Children's Program" will be State as no other man In the history of cipating a larger business than Mr. the Childrens' Band, inis uommonwealth ever has. heretofore has spurred us on to given bySabbath School Mission of the Newman told his audience the farm in the room train less than 12,000 next greater efforts and we believe Presbyterian church 7ono'clock. Friday peoplehad reached no Monday, and said since it started night, beginning at The of that our stocks are not only public is cordially invited to attoud. this signified that thetopeoplefact Ken tucky navo awakened the that larger, but better than they Silver offering acceptable. agridultural interests. there is great He referred to his assistance, as a mem Dr. TY TT. Rrnnlnn anil Vmf .T TV have ever been. ber of the Legislature, in establishing Cassiday have been appointed represen- me Kentucky .Normal schools at Uicn tatives to Transylvania Presbytery mond and Bowling Green, and his ser TV7E INVITE YOU to come and see. Give us an which meets next week in Harrodsburg. vice in the Senate as chairman of tho Committee on State University and you will but make opportunity to show you. State Normal Schools. "If we are to A party comparisons we believe that we will be favored with last Friday of sixteenawent to Winchester develop agriculture jn this Commonto hear lecture delivered in that city by W. D. McCracken, who wealth," said ho, "what better means your patronage. has just returned from a tour of the could we resort to than to teach It in the common schools? Your Governor placworld. ed an agricultural donartment in this Next Sunday being Easter appropriate state, and 1 hope he will have the pleas services will be held. There will be a ure of signing a bill two years from now These prices appeal to the average man, and the garments themselves special program of music in the morn to tho effect that agriculturo must be ing, and a sermon on the resurrection taught in the common schools. It is ho wHl appeal forcibly to the man who expects a great deal of style and qualwho created the of ity for a moderate outlay of mbney. Unusual efforts have been made by by the pastor. In tho ovenine the ture at I'TanKtort,Department was Agricul r Uover-nowhen he Mission Band will have charge of the us to secure the very best suits at these prices. Spring's choicest novelbefore. It was he who enabled the service. All evening services beginning farmers of tho nation to have a repreties are here. Beautiful colors, such as brown, gray, tan and popular wun next sunaay win Degin at :au. sentative appointed to the President's blues; best weaves and the best patterns may be had, and a perfect fit The Women's Missionary Society of council, by a making tho Secretary of assured. member the cabinet. the Baptist church will have a rally, in Agriculture agriculture of and domestic By all the Sunday school room, on next Tues sciencemeans be taught must in tho common day afternoon at threo o'clock. A silver offering will be taken and refreshments school." served. Have your furniture put in good order Garments that will appeal forcibly to the man who has been in the habit before spring cleaning. clothing. It would be folly on our part to of buying the highest-priceThe following musical program will IlAxrxrw & Dozihb, try and tell you how far above ordinary clothing these suits are, but if be rendered at the Episcopal church 39-307 East Main street. next Sunday morning: men who know, men who dress well, men who wear the best, will but Prelude great stock of splendid garments we are sure that many come and see this Processional Hymn 516 Fuller Let us show you the faultless of them will become patrons of this store Authem "Christ our Passover" .Read perfect fit. .'tailoring, the splendid patterns. Illustrate the Gloria Patri Te Deum Laudamus . Read Slip-on- s Will soon "bo here. Nothing ts Jubilate Deo Aldrich Hymn 112 Introit Worgan more appropriate for an Easter Kyria Elelson Tuckerman Gloriae Tibi Anon Garments that every man should have. A Raincoat is an absolute necesgift than Hymn 109 Sullivan sity. They may be worn in dry weather as well as on rainy days, and when Sermon, Rev. J. E. Thompson. pne considers these facts you can readily see the economical results from Offertory, "Send Out Thy Light" Ground the purchase of a RaiacoaL Recessional Hymn 507 Whitney Postlude Millinery Miss Harriet Parrkh, Organist Our great Millinery Department is fairly in bloom with baU rem theiore ftenwoo Service, 4:30 O'clock meet style creators In the country. Prelude Freeeasioa! 11b of PatCarrie a Gloria BotUlsBCSt fcMt Ah Us terns md Ktroiclry X atrto1, Xuoe dimiiti C4mt lriew low ai saUbfasRloa AdtbMB) "Chris fee Lit hac ftitww Today. Gmbte ruarwtMd. bees fortunate tke raunioipal gorsBt, devoted to the proper conduction of a municipality as largo as Richmond, and especially is this true where every member of the city government is progressive and actually interested in the welfare of the city; desiring better streets, concrete sidewalks, sewerage and many other necessities, and at same time considering the taxpayers, being economical in many cases to a distressing degree, in order to protect those who must pay the Few of our readers possibly freight. ever pause to cynsider the wages paid to these gentlemen in whose care is placed the guardianship of the entire In view of this fact, and oity affairs. the faot that Richmond pays to her public servants a smaller salary than any city of her class in Kentucky, especially is this true regarding the mayor's salary, would it not bo to the credit of the city to offer to her chief executive an amount commensurate with the dignity of the office, even though we fail to consider the many and varied duties this official must perform. This article was conceived in the mind of the writer and was not suggested by anyone connected with the present city administration, nor have we any idea as to who will be a candidate to succeed the present incumbent, but whoever it may bo we would urge the city council to offer as an inducement for service a salary adequate with the duties involved. visiting friends of this place. Mr. 0. W. Rayburn has returned from a viit to his sister, Mrs. Harry Scrivner, in Winchester. Miss Minnie Zittel, or Waco, is visiting her sister. Mrs. T. C. Lowery in Huntington, W. Va, Mr. Herbert Scrivner, of Winchester, visited his father, Mr. Morton Scrivner and family here last week. Miss Nell O'Rourke has returned home after spending several days in Lexington and Georgetown. Prof. T. J. Coates, of Frankfort, formerly of this city, was a pleasant visitor in Richmond Wednesday. Judge O. K. Roland and Mr. George Wilcox, of Estill county, were here Monday attending county court. Mrs. Jas. Moo res, Mrs. Ben Bennott and Mrs. T. S. Todd of this city, attended "The World in Cincinnati" last week. Mr. Chas. Cunningham, of Middles-borpassed through Richmond Monday enroute home from a month's visit in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Munger, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, have been the guests of Judge and Mrs. N. B. Turpin, on Woodland avenue. Rev. J. P. Strother. of the Methodist church, Danville, and Rev. W. S. and wife, of Winchester, were visitors at Rev. G. W. Crulchfield's on Monday. Miss Catherine Tobin, who is attending school at Richmond, came home Friday to spend the week-en- d with relatives. She brought with her Miss Edna Rankin for a little visit. Louisville Herald. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Broaddus returned Thursday from a pleasant sojourn in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "Cousin" Pleas reports a delightful stay in that city but is happy to be again among his own people. o, Van-derpo- ol Miss Bessie Prather, of Lancaster, Is vices at the Catholic church, next day, will be the musical program under the direction of Miss Mattie Elder and Miss EvyllnGiunchigliani. The following program will be rendered at ten o'clock mass: Kyrie Elrison Mass No. 3 in E. (b) A. n. Rosewig Gloria in Excelsis A. H. Rosewig A. H. Rosewig Credo Regina Coeli Alleluja A. Werner Sanctus A. H. Rosewig A. II. Rosewig Benediction Agnus Dei A. H. Rosewig the features of the Easter Deaths i I i ii I Thomas Chaney, formerly of this city, died in Butte, Montana, last week. Deceased was formerly an employe of the L. it N. railroad, and went West about four months ago on account of his health. Ho is survived by a wife, who was Miss Elsa Faddis, ofJessamine county. His remains wore- interred at Butte, Montana. - Your First Opportunity to buy Silk Hosiery direct from the moil exclusive IMPORTER in New York at prices that will aitonuh you. A savinff to you cf from 25J to SO? on each purchase. In addition to this saving to you in hi sr lllsT A Saturday Special Head A $25.00 New "Arrow" Drop Ball Bearing Easter program Till be dered by the Sunday School at the eleven o'clock hour at thn Methodist Church All departments of the Sunday School are expected to be present in full force. A glad Easter day will be spent. At the evening house there will be an Easter message by the pastor and special music by the choir. A special ren- In.Memoriam. In memory of Annaboll Leo Maupin, who died March 22, 1903: Miss Belle H. Bennett, Mrs. Langford, Sirs Cbns. Powell, Miss Loiphty and Miss Crulchffeld, from the Methodist Church, were in Cincinnati last week to see the great world missionary exhibit. Miss Bennett was one of tho speakers at the banquet on Tuesday evening, Tuesday being observed as "Methodist Day." Four years have passed; how wo miss her. Friends may think the wound is healed, Little do they know the sorrow. That lies within our hearts concealed. She is gone, but not forgotten; Never Will her mpmnrv fa.a Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger, .iiuuuu urn yiuvu wuure is laid. Father, Mother. Brothers, Sisters. 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. Sewing Machine - for The Brasfield Guarantee purchsaed from us fail If ny article send it to eWe perfect satiafsclion. vrill send wo back at our expense, and your money. you new goods or refund NUMBERS Resolutions of Respect Adopted by Normal City Lodge No. 152 Knights of Pythias. Whereas, the Gracious andJAll Wiso God in His wisdom has seen proper to come and c aim our beloved brother. V. B. Zittle, thereforo bo it Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Zittle this Lodge has lost ono of its truest and most worthy members who was not only truo to the Order, but an inspiration to its members and to all who know him as well. Bo it further Resolved, That this Lodge tender its heartfelt sympathy to the family of tho deceased in thoir sad bereavement, and bo White Buck in ladies shoos. High and low heels medium and wide toes $3.50 and $4.00. Rice & Ausold. Removal. Geo. Marischen has moved his tailor shop upstairs of Hamilton Bros., cornor First and Main. If you want a new suit or want an old one cleaned and pressed, see him. High Price For Lambs. Stockmen are offering G and 0 cents for future lambs in Nicholas county. More lambs have died this year in that county than was ever known. In some instances as many as half have died. This means the loss of a f 5 bill to tho farmers on each lamb. 1- -2 it further TRY ONE OF OUR LEADING No. 99 Lidlei' pate thread tilfc boot hole. heel and Decs Barter top ol llile- toe Verr iheer. All colon. Sires 8 to 10. Sample pail 35c. 3 pair $1.00. No. 100 Ladlea' pure thread silk hose. Deep tarter top of lUIe. Reinforced toheel and toe. 10. Sample Very ahecr. Al! colors. Sizes 8 pair 47c. 6palrJ2.75. No. 146 Ladies' pare thread silk hoe; Iiht weight, ElJPlian lisle tarler top; sole, heel and toe. Black ontr- - Sizes 8 to 10. Sample pair S9c. 6pil;$5.25. "MetropoliNo. 103 tan" Special Ladies' pare thread silk hose, lisle Cartettop, sole heel and toe. Hirh spliced heel. Medium weltat. All colors. Sizes 8 to 10. Sample pair 95c. 6 pairi $5.50. N0.152- -J. C. B. Special Ladies' pare thread llile hoie. "The hosierr of a hundred dlfiere.it shades." We can match anr town or shoe. Sizes 8 to 10. SampU pair $1 J9. 6 pair set of attachments. Only a few at special price for Saturday only $1 .98. Also a few store samplesslightly scratched, prices. If you have but otherwise as good as new at special quick-sal- e not seen ur. sewing nacnine, come in emu we win giauiy auuw uu in? Including a full 1 $n.os sit-straig- new Standard Central Needle, ht, sit-uprig- ht machines The "Arrow" Has a Lifetime Guaranty Furniture, Carpets, 5toves Richmond, Kentucky Opposite Hotel Glyndon M. M. Buys Hamilton-PhoneT- 484. W F. HIGGINS tf Resolved, That our Charter bo draped for thirty days, and a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this Lodge, a copy bo sent to the family of the deceased, and a copy bo sent to The Kentucky Pythian and Tue Richmond Climax for publication. W.J. Newsom, ) R. E. Million, Com. C. S. $100. Men's hose In lbs same qualities as all the abore special may with her sistsr, Mrs. Jerry Keller, who is ill at St, Joseph Hospital. Mrs. Keller is getting along nicely and will soon be restored to health. Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt One of the attractions of county court was tho annual stallion show, a large for $1.00. Telephone 110. Mrs. James McCarty spent Monday 41-W. W Bkoaddus & Co. in Lexington. She went over to be number being exhibited on Monday, as tf County Court Jessut, ) be had at ths suns price. All boslery sent ex. press free on receipt of price. These soods csnnot be Had irom retailers. For our illustrated catalogue of Underwear Hosiery. and Neckwear write direct to calves, cows and fat cattle. 39-Call him up. THE COMBINED STALLION Boarders Wanted. ply to 31-- Good clean rooms and good table. Ap Miss. Clyde Pollens, 331 J. C. BRASFIELD & 1 Co. tf Moberly avenue. home-mad- e Madison Ave New York City. Home Made Maple Syrup. maple syrup, absolutely pure. or address 3C-t- Dr. C. E. Smoot has sufficiently re covered from his recent illness as to enable him to bo at his office for a short while Monday. This genial physician has many friends, whose wishes are entertained for his speedy and permanent restoration to health. Miss Flutie Belcher has placed her order for a flask of nice perfume, and is expecting it any day. Since she has gone and done this there will be no d flowers need of any around Hogwallow this spring, except to look at Hogwallow Kentuckian. sweet-scente- has been customary for many years past on April court day. Madison possesses some of the finest stallions to bo found aoywhero and a large crowd lined Main street to witness the performances of thoso brought to the city from this and adjoining counties. Mules were numerous for tho timo of year and many sales were made, prices paid for same being in excess of previous month. Good mules brought from $150 to $225, and tho market was very active. Madison Stock Yards report five hundred cattle on the market, all of which sold at from 4 cents to G cents per pound. Eggs For 5ale. From my Single Comb Brown Leghorns, SI per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 eggs for $2. Also breeder of Bourbon Red Turkeys and S. C. BuffOrphington, and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of correspondence. 41 1m I Wo have for sale genuine f Call on Commissioner's Ellex Todd's Adm'r., Sale! Plaintiff Defendants. now. 33-3- m A. D. & C. D. Millek. Langshan Eggs. Puro bred White Langshan eggs for hatching; 31.00 for 15. Orders booked J Will make the Season of 1912 at AV. T. Adams &, Co.'s Mill, on tl Mill pike, near Pond Meeting House, at Frestolite 1 i Stand the Percheron 5tallion Mhs. Wallace Gilhert, Under and by virtue of a 'judgment R. D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. and order of sale rendored at tho February Term of tho Madison Circuit Court, the undorsigned Master Oommis Will sioner of said Court, will on Ellen Todd's vs. $ 0.00 to Insure a Living Colt PRESTOLITE is a chestnut sorrel, wjth blazed faee and has l ei stylo and action. Ho is sired by Mark Hanna 2000, A. S. II. R Lynn Boyd out of Helen B. 373, A. S. n. R. First danq by Ab a ten 2nd dam by Waxey, and 3rd dam Lexington. PRESTOLITL m dam by Jesse Cobb, ho by Mark Diamond; 2nd dam by Runyon L Peavine SO, siro of the dam of Rex Peavine, Edna Mae aad other animals. Heirs, &c, Park Sitelton, Union City, Ky. Eggs For 5ale. 5. BRILLIANT D. For ai the season of 1912, at my mother's place near Richmond, on Big Hill pike Three Tracts or Parcels of Land Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs. Setting of 15 for 75 cents. Phone 151-Thursday, April 25th, 1912, Mrs. T. M. Oldham. Richmond, Ky. on tho five acre tract at 11 o'clock a.m., 38- - lt. sen to tne uignest bidder. Gelding For 5ale. SI5 to Insure a Living Colt PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per cheron colt, bred by AV. II. Grimsloy of Sweetwater, 111., color zray, foaled Anril 0, 1900. Sired by Gaulor's Porcheron btallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher & Coleman, of Wayne, 111. Gaulor's sired by Etretat. ho by Volcan, ho by Bienevillo, he by Volatire, ho by Brilliant. Dam Masr.black maro by Uoscoe, ho by JJas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize winner at the Chicago "World's Fair, he by Brilliant, one of tho most noted Per- cherons of either Franco or America.for wnicn Mr. uunnam was onorcd a very long- price to let him eo back to Franco. So it will bo seen that Bkilliant D. is very deeply bred in tho Brilliant blood. and is fully entitled to thonamo of Bril liant. I wish to impress upon parties having mares to breed, mat Bmlliaxt D. weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the timo is at hand when it takes weight to bring the monoy. Headers of tho Breeders Gazette will notice that within the last few days largo numbers of Percheron mares have been sold for prices around and exceeding $500. Caro taken to prevent accidonts, but not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colt until service fee is paid, or bred to another horse. THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK Che-nault- keeps your stock fat and healthy ami freo from disease. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every inpoles. gredient necessary for the prodnction of 30-t- f Said lands will bo sold soparatelv and eggs. Richmond Drug Co. then as a whole and tho bid producing tne most money win bo accepted. Board and Lodging A full description of said land can bo had for fivo or six. Also two largo rooms from tho Commisioner. TERMS: The land will bo sold on a with two small ones adjoining, porch credit of six months time, tho purchas- and collar accommodations with the er being required to oxcuto Sale Bonds. abovo. Mrs. Clara Tratlor, payablo to tho Commissioner, bearing 39-t019 N. Second St. six pur cum interest irom aay or sale Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone until paiu, wnna lion retained on the property sold until all tho purchase and live stock insurance. tf money is paiu, II. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. f. TRACT NO. 1 located on the wators or King Branch in Madison county, Ky., containing two acres more or loss. TRACT NO. 2. A parcol of land located on the wators of Muddy Crook in Madison county, Ky., containing five acres. TRACT No. X A tract or parcol of lanu located on tlio waters of Muddy Creok in Madison caunty, Ky., contain-int- t two and three-fourt- h acres and 14 gelding, good shape, big onough for wagon or any kind of farm work. Two-year-old At Same Time and Place Will Stand Our Celebralt Mule Jack M. M. Hamilton, 39-- U. Richmond, Ky. The People's Stock Remedy At $ 0.00 to Insure a Living Colt 1 Major Harris jack with white points, oxMptionai! . foot and bone, splendid head and oars. This jack te without ev; tho best mule jack in Madison county, and is a sure foal getter. T who have seen his colts pronounce them seooad to mm. Do not ' i word for above facts, but ask those who have seea ami ar acquaint?. Major Harris, and all will verify the statements made above. Money duo when colt is foaled, mare parted with w bred to another Not responsible for accidents or esoopes, bat every precaution wiUbr- ' to prevent same. "v MA JOY HARRIS is a black . M. B. ARBUCKLE W. T. ADAMS Commissioner's Sale. Settle, Plaintiff vs. Andy Todd, &c. Defendants Undor and bv virtun nf a imlfmnn and ordor of sale rendored at tho February Term, 1912, in the Madison Circuit Court, in tho abovo styled action, tho undersigned, Master Commissioner of said Court, will on G. S. ICTMTi"PBs7 DROP down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinklns; water The Display of Men's Easter 9, Clothing Is Now At Its Best Will also make.tho season at the same Saturday, April 27th, 1912, CURES and time and place, at sell to tho highest and best bidder, in PREVENTS GAPES front of Houso white diarrhoea, roup, cholera $10 to Insure a Living CoIL o'clock a.tho Court followingdoor at 11 m., tho described and other chick diseases. Money duo when colt is foaled, maro tract of land, viz: Beginning at a stone near a small Bottle of One parted with or bred to another horse or cedar, cornor to Chadwolls line, thence jack. This jack is of big bone, good head with county road to tho School House and ear, and must be seen to be appre- lot with School Houso lot to Ed Roso's Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. ciated. His colts which liavo been foal- lino; thenco his line to tho top of the cliff; thenco east corner to AVilliams to Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of ed, are of exceptional size and quality. this medicine on hand. Write for free sample a stone, thence Lono Ton will bo to lho mule world near the cliff, T.with his lino to a corner and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, Todd's corner, what Peter the Greatuftnd Rex Peavine souf.vestern to Chadwolls' line, thence BOUBBOX BEHEST COHFAXT, Ltilajloa, lj. thenee aro to tho trotting and saddle horse his line to beginning.containinir 19 acres world. He is by Wm. Todd's big Jack, or so much thereof as Sold by Perry's Drug Store. will he by Marmaduke. His first dam by sum of $350 25, tho amount produce tho ordered to Big Andy, he by Tom Keeno, ho by bo made. Mube Billincton: 2d dam bv Lear's TERMS: Said land will be sold on a Napoleon. credit of six months' time, tho purchasMares kept on grass at 10 cents per er being required execulo day. Not responsible for accidonts, but approved security, topayable to bond with tho Com all care taken to prevent same. missioner, bearing six por cent interest Will also stand my Silver Creek Red from day of sale until paid, with a lion Boar Hog at $1.00 cash. retained on tho property sold to secure tho payment of the purchase money. WM. B. TURLEY. Telephone 1C0. Richmond.Ky. H. C. RICE, M. C M. C. C. Long Xom Fresh Canne Good 50c Bourbon Poultry Cure 41-3- to-da- y, Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin troubles are caused by myriads of Reims at work In the skin. Unless these germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their way deep into the sensitive tissue. This Is what causes that awful itch, and what seemed a. mere rash may Brow worse and develop into a loathsome and torturing1 skin disease "with Its years of misery. Don't toko any chances! Destroy tho germs at the beginning of the trouble with that soothing and cleansing wash, the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A SCo bottlo will prove this to you. Now is your chance ti Cut Price save money as all lines of Canned Goods an Wall Paper advancing every day Sale Germs Spread in Skin Wo have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but have never seen, such remarkable cures as thoso from D. D. D. Prescription. Instant relief from tho very first application. We aro so confident that D. D. D. will reach your case that it will cost you nothing if the very first full slzo bottlo falls to make good every claim. 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ELDER Pti Miss Eva Rekrts oipte Demonstration AH This Week R. D. McCollom & do "The Little Store With the Little Price" Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street ROY MONTGOMERY, Oorow B and Wlr 3trU, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 302 livine-s- t, comer Hill TeleDhoneu5: " l Why Py Fwt Tmmc Mot ftr a RMf toum Tw WMf it? imii r 1 ' compnss it Instead, his memory quickened. Something was to happen at sun-u-p he could not recall what It was to be, though he distinctly remembered that Mahaffy had spoken of this very matter- Mahaffy. the austere and Implacable, the disembodied conscience whose fealty to duty had somehow survived his own spiritual ruin, so that he had become a sort of moral sign-posever pointing the way yet never going It himself. Tho Judge lay still and thought deeply as the light intensified itself. t, " cottage dark and" apparently deserted. He had half expected this. Entering, and not stopping to secure a candle, he groped his way upstairs to the room on the second floor which he and the Judge shared. "Price!" he called, but this gained him no response, and he cursed softly under his breath. He hastily descended to tha kitchen, lighted a candle, and stepped into the adjoining room. On the table was a neat pile of papers, and topping the pile was the president's letter. Being burdened by no false scruples. and thinking it might afford some clue to the Judge's whereabouts, Mahaffy took it up and read it Having mastered its contents he Instantly glanced in tne direction of tho City Tavern, but it was wrapped In darkness. "Price is drunk somewhere." was his definite conclusion. "But he'll be at Boggs the first thing In the morningmost likely so far gone he can hardly stand!" The letter, with its striking news, made little or no impression on him Just then; It merely furnished the" clue he had sought. Tho- judge was off somewhere marketing his prospects. After a time Mahaffy went upstairs, and, without removing hl3 clothes, threw himself on the bed. He was worn down to the point of exhaustion, yet be could not sleep, though the deep silence warned him that day was not far off. What lr but he would not let the thought shape Itself in hl3 mind. He had witnessed the judge's skill with the pistol, and ho had even a certain Irrational faith In that gentleman's destiny. He prayed God that Fentress might die quickly and decently with the judge's bullet through his brain. Over and over in savage supplication ho muttered his prayer that Fentress might die. Mahaffy watched for the coming of tho dawn, but before the darkness lifted he had risen from the bed and gone downstairs, where he made himself a cup of wretched coffee. Then he blew out his candle and watched the gray light spread. He was impatient now to be off, and fully an hour before the sun, set out for Boggs', a tall, gaunt figure in the shadowy uncertainty of that October morning. Ho was the first to reach the place of meeting, but ho had scarcely entered the meadow when Fentress rode up, attended by Tom Ware. They dismounted, and the colonel lifted his hat Mahaffy bare ly acknowledged the salute; he was- in no mood for courtesies that meant nothing. Ware was clearly of tho same mind. There was an awkward pause, then Fentress and Ware spoke together in a low tone. The planter's speech was broken and hoarse, and his heavy, blood-sho- t eyes were tho eye3 ot a haunted man; this was all a part of Fentress' scheme to face the world, and Ware still believed that the tires Hicks had kindled had served his desperate need. When the first long shadows stole out from the edge of the woods Fentress turned to Mahaffy, whose glance was directed toward the distant corner of the field, where he knew his friend must first appear. "Why are we waiting, sir?" he demanded, his tone cold and formal. "Something has occurred to detain Price," answered Mahaffy. The colonel and Ware exchanged looks. Again they spoke together, while Mahaffy watched the road. Ten minutes slipped by in this manner, and once moro Fentress addressed Mahaffy. "Do you know what could havo detained him?" he inquired, the ghost of a smile curling his thin Hps. "I don't" said Mahaffy, and relapsed into a moody and anxious silence. He held dueling in very proper abhor rence, and only his feeling of Intense loyalty to his but friend had brought him there. Another interval of waiting succeeded. "I have about reached the end of my patience; I shall wait just ten minutes longer," said Fentress, and drew out his watch. "Something has happened began Mahaffy. "I have kept my engagement; he should have kept his," Fentress continued, addressing Ware. "I am sor- never-declared LINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordmary Rools. Nearly Twenty Years' THE PRODIGAL Tet Treves it Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildiC. ngs. C Kant Leak Kkcls insure 4jB3afr 0 absolutely water tiiki seams. L Yow Dealer caw famish Samples awd Proofs. C If sat, ask Us. 8YN0P3I8. JUDGE I ROOFING The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, DEPARTMENT OHIO Sold by ToddEdwards Lumber RICHMOND. KY CHICAGO, J Co. 0., 0., 0., CHAPTER t-scene of the story la laid In the at the opening library of an old worn-osouthern plantation, known Barony. The place is to be sold, "'history fi?" Qulntards, and that of the owners, the la the subject of discussion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a business atranser known as Bladen, and ff8?'fc1". when Hannibal wiL?3"' j!arn.1L Haard, a mysterious of the old southern family, makes child ap- his fhe'boy6' Yancy tells ow he adopted The ut guine as he was sanguinary he confidently expected to survive the encounter, yet it was well to provide for a possible emergency had ho not his grandson's future to consider? While thus occupied he saw the afternoon stage arrive and depart from before the City Tavern, Half an hour later Mr. Wesley, the postmaster, came sauntering up the street. In hi3 hand he carried a let- ILL, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, COLUMBUS, DETROIT, AND 0., MICH., ALL POINTS NORTH. ATLANTA, DALLAS, BIRMINGHAM, ALA., GALVESTON, TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., GA., TEX., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEPORT, LA., Ferris the Barony, but the Qulntards deny buys any 1wI.td?e S.1 tne I"- - Yancy to keep Captain Murrell, a friend of ine Qulntards, appears and asks questions about the Barony. CHAPTER, nr. Trouble at Scratch Hill. Xancys home, when Is kidnaped by Dave Blount. Hannibal MurrcU's Captain aeent. Yancy overtakes Blount, slves mm a thrashing and secures the boy. ney CHAPTER Is served warrant for assaulting Blount with a Yancy appears before Squire Balaam, and Is discharged with costs for the plaintiff. anlel IV.-Ta- CHAPTER ter. AND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. C"ApTER etty or the Ferrises. has anMalroy. a friend encounter with Captain Murrell. who forces his attentions on her. and Is rescued by Bruce Carrlngton, who threatens to whip the captain. V.-B- all points North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE QUEEN i roB fares and S CRESCENT ROUTE. m. othej ikforuatiok, call oh or white C Main St, - CHAPTER VI.-B- etty sets out for her Tennessee ho-Carrlngton takes the same stage, jancy and Hannibal disappear, with Murrell on their trail. Ho overtakes them in the nessee. Murrell gets mountains of TenTaney drunk and stabs him In a fight that followed. Hannibal escapes In a canoe. e. . C - MNQ. raMtager Tick Agent, 101 nr.CKLER. Oetfri Panenger nt, ad I - - . LEXINGTON, KY. CINCINNATI, OHIOJ 111. ILiyWIM . , n ll.HH Betsy's Pointers have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beaut-enoug- h to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at "I CHAPTER VII. Hannibal arrives at the home of Judge Slocum Price. CHAPTER yiH.-T- he Judge recognizes In the boy. the grandson of an old time friend. Murrell arrives at Judge's home. Hannibal hears of the finding of Taney's body. Price arrested as counterfeiter. CHAPTER family on raft rescue Yancy, who Is apparently dead. Price breaks jalL etty CHAPTER and Carrlngton arrive at Belle Plain. CHAPTER XI. Hannibal's rifle discloses some startling things to the Judge. Hannibal and Betty meet Rgaln. rell CHAPTER arrives in Belle Plain. Is playing for big stakes. CHAPTER XIH. Yancy awakes from long dreamless sleep on board the raft. CHAPTER Xrv. Judge Price makes startling discoveries In looking up land titles. Charley Norton, a young planter, who assists the Judge, is mysteriously as. X.-BXH.-Mur- saulted. Lackey phone 62 & Todd Opera House Building CHAPTER XV. Norton Informs Carrlngton that Betty has promised to marry him. Carrlngton bids Betty good-byNorton Is mysteriously shot. e. I lie Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing I CHAPTER plots. groes. XVL More light on Mur-rell- 's He pluns uprising of ne- CT SUFFERING MAN WRITE bSokseht FREE EVERY Aulhorilycn Nervous, Blood and Special Diseases 200 Pages. 45 Free Prescriptions, Prepaid to All Who Write. we atk is 'to tioply send youi name and address. d scribe yoor; All trouble, and we will cnd 70a oar pge XI d leal Book Fre prwoaid containing 49 Free Becelpt and snanr cnaptcrs of advice to young and old men a boot themselves and their diseases telling bow to pet Cored and how to avoid diseases. We want no money lor tLe book or lor sending It, nor does it place jpo under anj obligation A Reliable ZOO xnlddie-afre- WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THESE DISEASES? Bladder Trouble. Blood Poison, Ecaema, Bright Disease. Kidney Trouble Catarrh. Enlarged Prostate Gland, lilabetea. Liver Trouble, Varloo ceie. Hydrocele, Ulcer, Vcrrousaeu, rroui inseases, Raptnre, Scrofula, Stricture, "Weakness, Lombago, Pus Discharges, and the many contagions disearea, Antidotes lor Poison, care of the Peraon. Karri ag etc. This book tells about these diseases and other subjects mentioned and more too, and if yon are ailing and need adrlce. write for this tsJ cable book today. Ignorance begets misery, knowledge brings healib and happiness.'" All correspondence strictly confidential. ES"Thoutanis cf men are In need of this valuable book and are sending for it. Leading Medical Institute in Cincinnati Equipped for Men Only. Write tadzr. CHAPTER XVH. The Judge and Hannibal visit Betty. CHAPTER XVIII. Betty Is told why Norton was killed and leaves Belle Plain, taking Hannibal with her. The carriage Is held up In the woods. CHAPTER XIX. Betty and Hannibal are made prisoners In a lonely cabin. CHAPTER XX. Murrell appears at the cabin and shows his hand. CHAPTER XXI. The Judge hears of the mysterious disappearance of Betty and Hannibal. CHAPTER XXII. The Judge takes charge of the situation, and search for the missing ones Is Instituted. ton visits CHAPTER the Judge and allies are discovered. CHAPTER XXIV. Judge Price visits Colonel Fentress, where he meets Taney and Cavendish. Learns things of Importance about the boy. dashes a glass of whisky Into the colonel's face and a duel XXIIL-Carring- HEIDELBERG KEDICAL IHSTITUTE '1 Fsst 5'.h Arsaue, Cincinnati, Ohio Is arranged. Wif M7IMFiff CE V- - ..1 . 1 O U O Q BUT YOU kCAN VIOVM OoerrUht MM. fcr tl lirJ aa.. uo. CHAPTER XXV. Murrell is arrested for negro stealing and his bubble bursts. CHAPTER XXVT. The Judge and discuss the coming duel. CHAPTER XXVU. Carrlngton makes frantic search for Betty and the boy. CHAPTER XXVIII. Carrlngton finds Betty and Hannibal, and a fierce gun fight follows. Yancy appears and assists In the rescue. CHAPTER XXIX. Bruce Carrlngton and Betty come to an understanding. Mr. Yancy extended a big right band, tbe knuckle 01 which was skinned and bruised. "He were the meanest man I ever felt obliged fo' to hit with my list. Newy; It appeared like ho bad teeth all over his face." "Sho where's his hide, Uncle Bob?" cried the litUo Cavendishes iu an excited chorus. 'Sho' did you forget that?" They themselves had forgotten the unique enterprise to which Mr. Yancy was committed, but the allusion to Slosson had revived their memory of it "Well, he begged so piteous to bo allowed fo' to keep his hide, I hadn't the heart to strip it off," explained Mr. Yancy pleasanUy. "And tho winter's comln' on at this moment I can feel you-al- l reckon a chill In the air-dohe's going to need it fo' to keep the cold out? Sho', you mustn't be Ma-haf- fy n't bloody-minded!" O N E Y placed in the bank is secure, and provides against want, degradation and loss of social position. In no other way can you secure an indemnity against the rigors of time 5TATL BANK & TRUST COMPANY RICHMOND, KY Big Prices For Hides "We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remem-le- r we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what 3?ou have I HAVE FOR SALE THE Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc.,and any kind Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY When the Bride Receives a Gift of silver or jewelry that comes from here she has something she will appreciate all her life long. For we handle only the dependable qualities or we couldn't give a guarantee with each purchase as we do. If you have a wedding gift to make you can do better than to choose it here. hide. Uncle Bob?" demanded Hannito do bal. "What was you to that?" "Why, Newy, after ho beat me up and throwed me in tho river, I was some peevish fo' a spell in my feelings fo' him," said Yancy in a tone of genUo regret. He glanced at' his bruised hand. "But I'm right pleased to be able to say that I've got over all them oncharitablo thoughts of mine." "And you seen tho Judge, Uncle Bob?" questioned Hannibal. "Yes, I've seen the Judge. Wo was together fo' part of a day. Me and him gets on fine?" "Where is he now. Uncle Bob?" "I reckon he's back at Belle Plain by this Ume. You see we left him in Raleigh along after noon to 'tend to some business he had on hand. I never seen a gentleman of his weight so truly spry on his legs and all about you, Newy; while as to mind! Sho' why, words flowed out of him as naturally as water out of a branch." Of Hannibal's relationship to tbe Judge he said nothing. Ho felt that was a secret to be revealed by tbe Judge himself when he should see tit. "Uncle Bob, who'm I going to live with now?" questioned Hannibal anxiously. That p'Int's already come up, Newy him and me's decided that there won't be no frlcUon. You-al- l will Just go on living with him." "But what about you. Uncle Bob?" cried Hannibal, lifting a wistful IltUe face to Yancy's. will go "Oh, me? well, you-al- l right on living with me." "And what will como of Mr. you-al- "What was it about Mr. Slosson's ?" warn- - ttfl V IN STREET F. J. YEAGER will go right on l "I reckon Uving with .him, too." "Uncle Bob, you mean you reckon we all are going to live in one house?" "I 'low it will haTe to be tixed RICHMOND, KY agreed Yancy. CHAPTER XXX. ," DO Orders ONLY S JOB PRINTING Your Out-of-Ton? THE CLIMAX ecnpbys FIRST-CLAS- S WORKMEN. ReIVM x Letter. Tttt Alter fce tod parted with Solomon ItahtCr Um Judfe applied himself that diHwwUr to shapiu Jocumeat which he was as ,au offset to whitvr risk to na to. moetinf Fen tree. As san miracle-workipre-pori- "Howdy," ho drawled, from Just beyond tho Judge's open door. The Judge glanced up, his quill pen poised aloft "Good evening, sir; won't you step lnsldeand be seated?" ho asked graciously. His dealings with the United States mail service were of the most insignificant description, and In personally delivering a letter, If this was what had brought him there, he felt Mr. Wesley had reached the limit or official courtesy and despatch. "Well, sir; it looks like you'd never s told us more than of the truth!" said the postmaster. He surveyed the Judge curiously. "I am complimented by your opinion of my veracity," responded that gentleman promptly. "I consider two-thiran enormously high per cent. to have achieved." "There is something in that, too," agreed Mr. Wesley. "Who Is Colonel Slocum Price Turbervllle?" Tho Judge started up from his chair. "I have that honor," said he, bow ing. "Well, here's a letter come in addressed like that, and as you've been using part of the name I am willing to assume you're legally entitled to the rest of it-- It clears up a point that off and on has troubled me considerable. I can only wonder I wa'n't smarter." "What point, may I ask?" "Why, about the time you hung out your shingle here, some one wrote a letter to General Jackson. It was mailed after night, and when I seen it in the morning I was clean beat-- 1 couldn't locate the handwriting, and yet I kept that letter back a couple of days and give it all my spare time. It ain't that I'm one of your spying sort there's nothing of the Yankee about me!" "Certainly not," agreed tho Judge. "Candid, Judge. I reckon you wroto that letter, seeing this one comes under a frank from Washington. No, sir I couldn't make out who was corresponding with tbe president, and It worried me, not knowing, more than anything I've had to contend against since I came into office. I calculate there ain't a postmaster in the United States takes a more personal Interest in the service than me. I've frequently set patrons right when they was in doubt as to the dato they had mailed such and such a letter." As Mr. Wesley sometimes canceled as many as three or four stamps in a single day ho might have been pardoned his pride in a brain which thus lightly dealt with the burden of official business. He surrendered the letter with marked reluctance. "Your surmise is correct," said the Judge with dignity. "I had occasion to write my friend. General Jackson, and unless I am greatly mistaken I have my answer here." And with a lino air of indifference ho tossed the letter on tho table. "And do you know Old Hickory?" cried Mr. Wesley. "Why not? Does It surprise you?" inquired the Judge. It was only his innate courtesy which restrained him from kicking the postmaster into the street, so intense was his desire to bo rid of him. "No, I don't know as it does. Judge. Naturally & public man like him is in tho way of meeting with all sorts. A politician can't afford to be too blamo parUcular. Well, next time you write you might Just send him my regards G. W. M. de h. Wesley's regards thero was considerable contention over my getUng this office; I reckon ho ain't forgot. There was speeches made, I understand tho He was passed between two United States senators, and that a quid of tobacco was throwed in anger." Having thus clearly established the fact that he was a more or less national character, Mr. Wesley took himself off. When he had disappeared from sight down the street, tho Judge closed the door. Then he picked up the letter. For a long minute he held it in his hand, uncertain, fearful, while his mind slipped back into the past until his Inward searching vision ferreted out a handsome soldierly figure his own. "That's what Jackson remembers If ho remembers anything!" he muttered, as with trembling lingers he broke the seal. Almost InstanUy a smilo overspread his battered features. Ho hitched his chin higher and squared his ponderous shoulders. "1 am not forgotten no, damn if-n- o!" he exulted under his breath. "Recalls me with slncero esteem and considers my services to the country as well worthy of recognition " the Judge breathed deep. What would Mahaffy find to say now! Certainly this was well calculated to disturb the sour cynicism of his friend. His bleared eyes brimmed. After all his groping "I had other things to think of. This must never happen again!" he told himself remorsefully. Ho was wideawake now. Doubtless Pcgloe had put him to bed. Well) that had been thoughtful of Pegloe he would not forget him the City Tavern should continue to enjoy bis patronage. It would be something for Pegloe to boast of that Judge Slocum Prico Turbervllle always made his place headquarters wheu in Raleigh. Feeling that he had already conferred wealth and dlstlncUon on tho fortunate Pegloe. the Judge thrust his fat legs over the side of bis bed and stood erect Stooping ho reached for his clothes. He confidently expected to find them on the floor, but his hand merely swept an uncarpeted waste. The Judge was profoundly astonished. "Maybe I've got 'em on. I don't recall taking them off!" ho thought hopefully- - Ho moved uncertainly in the dlrecUon of the window, where the light showed him his own. bare ex He reverted to. his orig tremities. inal idea that his clothes were scattered about tho floor. He was beginning to experience a great sense of haste; it was two miles to Boggs' and Fentress would be there Finally he abandoned his at sun-up- . quest of the misslnggarment3 and two-third- turned to the door. To Ear that he. was amazed waca hfl found it locked would have i. as n irith jgL Jbj Visor $tL c31 v..k - hfa mot " u-- inadequately de-rihj-ul Breathing 4ep, twn nnd tiuvn n tvp JSSSkt Raleigh in attendance upon Judge Price. Intimately acquainted with the judge's mental processes, he could follow all the devious workings of that magnificent mind; he could fathom tho simply hellish ingenuity he was capable of putting forth to accomplish temporary benefits. Permitting his thoughts to dwell upon the mingled strength and weakness which was so curiously blended in Slocum Price's character, he had horrid visions of that great soul, freed from the trammels of restraint, confiding his melancholy history to Mr. Pegloe In the hope of bolstering his fallen credit at the City Tavern. Always where the Judge was concerned he fluctuated between extremes of doubt and confidence. Ho felt that under the urgent spur of occasion his friend could rise to any emergency, while a sustained activity made de mands which he could not satisfy; then his efforts were discounted by his insane desire to realize at once on his opportunities; In his haste ho was tor ever plucking unripe fruit; and though he might keep one eye on the main chance the other was fixed Just as resolutely on the nearest tavern. He Distinguished Several Men. With the great stake which fate he had touched hands with the reali had suddenly Introduced into their losties, at last! Even a federal Judgeship.! ing game, he wished earnestly to bethough not an office of first repute In; lieve that the judge would stay quietthe south, had its dignity it signified ly in his office and complete the task something! He would make Solomon he had set himself; that with this off his clerk! The Judge reached for his his hands the promise of excitement hat Mahaffy must know at once that at Belle Plain would compel his presfortune had mended for them. Why," ence there, when he would pass someat that moment he was actually In what under the restraining influence receipt of an income! which he was determined to exert; He sat down, the better to enjoy in short, to Solomon, life embraced tho unique sensation. Taxes were be- just the one vital consideration, ing levied and collected with no other which was to maintain the judge in a end in view than his stipend his ar- state of sobriety until after his meetdent fancy saw the whole machinery ing with Fentress. The purple of twilight was stealing of government in operation for his benefit. It was a singular feeling he over the land when he and his two experienced. Then promptly his companions reached Belle Plain. They spendthrift brain became active. He learned that Tom Ware had returned needed clothes so did Mahaffy so from Memphis, that the bayou had did his grandson; they must take a been dragged but without results, and larger house; he would buy himself a that as yet nothing had been heard man servant; these were pressing ne- from Carrlngton or the dogs he had gono for. cessities as he now viewed them. Once again he reached for his hat; Presently Cavendish and Yancy set tbe desire to rush off to Belle Plain off across the fields. They were gowas overmastering. ing on to the raft to Polly and tho "I reckon I'd be Justified In hiring six little Cavendishes, whom they had a conveyance from Pegloe," he not seen since early morning; but thought, but Just here he had a sav- they promised to be back at Belie ing memory of his unfinished task; Plain within an hour. By very nature an alien, Mahaffy that claimed precedence and ho resought out a dark corner on the wide sumed his pen. porch that overlooked the river to An hour later Pegioe's black boj await their return. The house had presented himself to the judge. He been thrown open, and supper was be.came bearing a gift, and the gift ap- ing served to whoever cared to stay propriately enough was a square case and partake of It The murmur of botUe of respectable size. The judge idle purposeless talk drifted out to was greaUy touched by this attention, him; ho was Irritated and offended by but ho began by making a most tem- it There was something garish in ofperate use of the tavern-keeper'- s this Indiscriminate hospitality in the fering; then as the formidable docu- very home of tragedy. As the moment he was preparing took shape r ments slipped by his sense of dishis band he more and more lost pleasure increased, with mankind In that feeling of Spartan fortitude general, with himself, and with the which had at first sustained him in judge principally with the Judge the presence of temptation. Ho wrote who was to make a foolish target ot and sipped in complete and quiet lux- himself in the morning. He was goury, and when at last he had exhaust- ing to give the man who had wrecked ed the contents of the botUo it oc- his life a chance to take It as well. curred to him that It would be only Mahaffy's cold logic dealt cynically proper personally to convey his thanks with the preposterous situation his to Pegloe. Perhaps he was not un friend had created. inspired In this by ulterior hopes; if. In the midst ot his angry meditaso, they were richly rewarded. The tions he heard a clock 6trlke in the resources of the City Tavern weye hall and counted the strokes. It was suddenly placed at his disposal. He nine o'clock. Surely Yancy and Cavattributed this to a variety of causes endish had been gono their hour! He ail good and sufficient, but the, real quitted his seat and strolled restlessreason never suggested itself; indeed ly about the house- - Ho felt deeply It was of such a perfidious nature that indignant with everybody and everything. Human Intelligence seemed the judge, open and generous-minded- , could not have grasped it" but a pitiable advance on brute In By six o'clock ho was undeniably stinct A whole day had passed and Cardrunk"; at eight ie was sounding still what had been accomplished? deeper depths of inebriety, with only rlngton. tha Judge, Yancy, Cavendish the four men who might have the most confused memory of impending events; at ten he collapsed and worked together to some purpose was borno upstairs by Pegloe and his had widely separated themselves; and black boy to a remote chamber In the here was the duel, the very climax ot kitchen wing. Here he was undressed absurdity. He resumed his dark corner and waited another hour. Still and put to bed, and the tavern-keepe- r, making a bundle of his clothes, re- no Carringtoa, and Yancy and Caven tired from the room, locking the1, door dish had not come up from the raft "Fools!" thought Mahaffy bitterly. after him, and tbe judge was. doubly "All of thera fools!" a prisoner. At last he decided ts go back to Rousing at last from a heavy, dreamles88leep the judge was' aiyare -- the judge: a&A- -a moment later was of a faint Impalpable light in his rqom, hurrying dowm the law In the direc he the ashen light of a dull October datyn. tion of the highroad, but jade aa put had already He was aware, too, of a feeling ot was by the effort profound depression. He knew this for that day, th walk to Ratefc was th aftermath of indulgence and nada trooMadoua doiaaada on him. that he jsight look forward to forty-eigh- t and tt was midnight whw ha ssUrad hoars of itter misery of soul; tha little town. ' and, groaning aloud, he closed aw It oaaaot ba said thai fea waa rUto- ayss. Bleej) wu th uunf it he cow- - gether sarpriatd whaa ha foand jltote un-dc- launched himself at tho door, But It resisted him. "It's bolted on the other side!" he muttered, the full measure of Peg-loe- 's perfidy revealing Itself to his mind. He was aghast It was a plot to discredit him. Pegioe's hospitality had been inspired by hi3 enemy, for Pegloe was Fentress' tenant Again he attacked the door; he believed it might bo possible to force it Irom its hinges, but Pegloe had done his work too well for that, and at last, spent and breathless, the Judge dropped down on the edge of his bed to consider the situation. He was without clothes and he was a prisoner, yet his mind rose SDlendidlv to meet the difficulties that heset. him. His greatest activities were reserved for what appeared to be only a season of despair. He armed himself with a three-leggestool he had found and turned once more to the door, but the stout planks stood firm under his blows. "Unless I get out of here in time I'm a ruined man!" thought the Judge. "After this Fentress will refuse to meet me!"" The window next engaged his attention. That, too, Pegloe had taken the precauUon to fasten, but a single savago blow of the stool shattered glass and sash and left an empty space that framed the dawn's red glow. The Judge looked out and shook his head dubiously. It was twelve feet or more to the ground, a risky drop for a gentleman of bis years and build. The Judge considered making a rope of his bedding and lowering himself to the ground by means of it; he remembered to have read of captives in that interesting French prison, the Bastille, who did this. However, an equally ingenious but much moro simple use for bis bedding occurred to him; it would form a soft and yielding substance on which to alight. He gathered it up into his arms, feather-tic- k and all, and pushed it through the window, then he wriggled out across the ledge, feet first and lowering himself to tho full length of his arms, dropped. He landed squarely on the rolled-ubed with a Jar that shook him to his center. Almost gaily he snatched up a quilt, draping it about him after tho manner of a Roman-tog- a, and thus lightly habited, started across Mr. Pegioe's truck-patchis one thought Boggs' and the sun. It would have served no purpose to have gono home, since his entire wardrobe, except for the shirt on his back, was in the possession, besides ho had not a moment to lose, for the sun was peeping at him over the horizon. Unobserved he gained the edge of the town and the highroad that led past Bcggs' and stole a fearful glance over his shoulder. The sun was clear of the treetops, ho could even feel the lifeless dust grow warm beneath his feet; and wrapping tho quilt closer about him ho broke into a labored run. Some twenty minutes later Boggs' came in sight He experienced a moment of doubt doubtless Fentress had been there and gone! It was a hldeou3 thought and the Judge groaned. Then at the other end of the meadow near the woods he distinguished several men, Fentress and his friends1 beyond question. The Judge d p tavern-keeper's FEEDING For Producion of Eggs This is one very essential point, which voh should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied with tbe material from wh!ch;gs are made. A Hen is only a machine for ak1g Eggs out of the material which she ffafo to her feed, ami unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, atMg with her feed, she- - cannot manufacture EGGS. 1 The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary fee he Production of Pure. Rich and WhoksoBM Rfegg. It is not only an Egg Producer, bat a TONIC wMsfc3 acts quiekiy upon every vital pari. Twasiag- tha" CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all 4isa6s and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. - RICHMOND DRXJGr CCXJJJ Pegioe's Black Boy Came Bearing a hour accented his suspicions. Probably it was no moro than some cheerless obligation to be met, or Mahaffy would not have been so concerned about it Eventually he decided to refer everything to Mahaffy. He spoke his friend's name weakly and in a shaking voice, but received no answer. "Solomon!" he repeated, and shifting his position, looked'in what should have been the direction of the shakedown bed his friend occupied. Neither the bed nor Mahaffy were there. The judge gasped he wondered if this were not a premonition of certain' hallucinations to which he was not a stranger. Then all in a flash he re--' membered Fentress and the meeting at Boggs, something of how the evening had been spent and a spasm of regret shook him. i laughed aloud. In spite of everything he was keeping his engagement, he was plucking his triumph out of the very dregs of failure. The Judge threw himself over the fence, a corner of the quilt caught on one of the rails; he turned to release It, and in that Instant two pistol shots rang out sharply .in the morning air. CHAPTER XXXI. Gift What was it that Mahaffy had said he was to do at The very sun-up- ? TAYLOR & 0LDHA M "Want to show every farmer in Madison county the Best Chilled Plow on Earth 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 that Solomon Mahaffy accompanied Yancy and Cavendish to Belle Plain; he would have preferred to remain in It had been with no little reluctance Solomon's Last Night W. 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"Have you a weapon?" he asked, when ho could command his voice. Mahaffy exhibited the pistol he had carried to Belle Plain the day before. "Step off the ground, Tom." Fentress spoke quietly. "When Ware had done as requested, the colonel spoke again. "You are my witness that 1 was tho victim of an unprovoked attack." lf Better and Easier Cooking A Big Saving in Fuel Because of the scientific con struction of the heat circula tion insuring an even disThe Jewel Steel tribution The Ranges cook and bake better than any other kind. doors, the pouch feed (which largejfire boxes, the drop oven allows feeding fuel without removing covers), the large ash pit, and the oven themometer insure easier cooking greater convenience. The Double Asbestos Lined Walls insure a perfect bodv and secure the greater value from the heat consumed. 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APRIL 3 - 1912 sjl UnivcrsaDy popular this season are the attractive Colonial and Pump patterns enriched with dainty buckles and ornaments of every description, "Queen Quality" always a leader in designing new shoe fashions, offers an exceptional variety in these much demanded styles. All leathers and fabrics. Priced most reasonably, $3.50 to $5.00 W. D. Oldham & Co Richmond's Greatest Store ' his hands. "I know it, Solomon I know it!" ho moaned wretchedly. "Price, you are still a man to be reckoned with. There's the boy; take your place for his sake and keep It you can." "I will by God, I will!" gasped the judge. "You hear me? You hear me, Solomon? By God's good help, I will!" "You have the president's letter I saw It " said Mahaffy In a whisper. "Yes!" cried the Judge. "Solomon, the world-i- s changing ror us!" "For mo most of all," . murmured Mahaffy, and there was a bleak Instant when the Judge's ashen countenance held the full pathos of age and failure. "Remember your oath. Price," gasped the dying man. A moment of silence succeeded. Mahaffy's eyes closed, then the heavy lids slid back. He looked up at the judge while the hanh lines of his sour old face softened wonderfully. "Kiss mo. Price," he whispered, and as the Judge bent to touch him on the brow, the softened lines fixed themselves In death, while on his lips lingered a smile that was neither bitter nor sneering. CHAPTER XXXII. The Judge's Grandson. In that bare upper room they had shared, the judge, crushed and broken, watched beside the bed on which the dead man lay; unconscious of the CIght of time he sat with his head bowed in his hands, having scarcely altered his position since he begged those who carried Mahaffy up the narrow stairs to leave him alone with bis friend. He was living- - over the past He recalled his first meeting with Mahaffy In the stuffy cabin of the small river packet from which they had later gone ashore at Pleasantvllle; he thanked God that it had been given him to see beneath Solomon's forbidding exterior and Into that starved heart! He reviewed each phase of the almost Insensible growth of their intimacy; he remembered Mahaffy's fine true loyalty at the time of his arresthe thought of Damon and Pythias Mahaffy had reached the heights of a sublime devotion; he could only feel ennobled that he had Inspired It At last the dusk of twilight Invaded the room. He lighted the candles on the chlmneyplece, then he resumed his seat and his former attitude. Suddenly he became awaro of a small hand that was resting on his arm and glanced up; Hannibal had Stolen quietly Into the room. The boy pointed to the still figure on the bed. "Judge, what makes Mr. Mahaffy He so quiet is he dead?" he asked in a whisper. "Yes, dear lad," began the Judge in a shaking voice, as he drew Hannibal toward him, "your friend and mine is dead we have lost him." He lifted the boy Into his lap, and Hannibal d pressed a face against the Judge's shoulder. "How did you get here?" the Judge questioned genttear-staine- Annonneemen s FOR SHERIFF Tke OHraax is authorized to announce Bister Deattterage as a candidate for Sheriff ef Madison county, subjeot to tke aetiea ef Uic Democratic party. Tke Otimax is authorized to announce Jsba F. Baldwin as a candidate for Sheriff ef Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. We are aatUorired to announce X. B JOKES a candWatr for Sheriff of Madison osanty. to the action of the Democratic part)--. We are authorized to announce II. II. OOLYBK a candidate for Sheriff of Madi-ueoaaotr. subject to the actien of the Democratic party. Weare hereto- - authorized to announce VAX B. BENTON a candidate for Sheriff efMadtsea CoaHty. subject to .the action ef (he Democratic party. We are anthemed to announce Jacob S. CsNtoK a one Wat e for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the DonooraUc party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax k authorized to announce II. C. Ktee as a oandidate for County Jt4ge of Madison county, subject to the aatfon ef the Democratic party. The OK max is authorized to announce Judge W. ;R. Shackelford as a candito the office of date for Oomy Judge of Madison county, sub-je- st to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorised to announce jddoe j. J. eHBBNi,KAF a candidate for County AUorsoy ef Madieon county, subjeot to the aotioa ef the Democratic party. We are aetherked to announce S. A. D Jones as a oandidate for County Attorney of Madieou county, subject to the aetion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. IT. OKOOKE a candidate far County Attorney Bttfeject tn the action of the Democratic f sbct n Wo are authorized to announce O. P. to Jackson as a oandidate for the offiee of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas II. Coffins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We are authorized to announce BENJ A MIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. perinUmdent ef Public Schools ef Madison ceunty. subject to the action of the Demo- PrtJ. ' cratic party. Ware!autharized to announce Wm. S. liroek a candidate for Superintendent of PafcMc Schools of Madison County, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. Harvey IL Brook a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the aetion ef the Democratic party. FOR JAILER We are authorized toannounceMORGAX TAYLOR a oandidate for Jailer of Madison county, eubiect to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Cltde Ratbohs a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the aotion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Nf Gotten, Jr., as a oandidate for Jailer of Madison oounty, subjeot to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, subjeot to the aotion of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE XOLAXD a candidate for Assessor of Madison Ceunty subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. J ARMAN a candidate for Assessorof Madison count)', subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce RUFDS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. S. WHITLOOK, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK (Continued from Page 1) The Climax is authorized to announce R.;n. Terrill as a candidate for the office of County Clerk of Madison county, subMr. Ware accepted this statement ject to the action of the Democratic with equanimity, not to say indiffer party. We are authorized to announce LoRueC ence. House a candidate for County Clerk f "Are you ready!" no asked; ho Madison county subject to the action o glanced at Mahaffy, who by a slight Democratic party Inclination of the head signified that he was. "I reckon you're a green FOR CITY ATTORNEY band at this sort of thing?" comment' We are authorized to announce MUR- ed Tom evilly. RAY SMITII a candidato for City At"Yes," said Mahaffy tersely. torney of Richmond, subject to the action "Well, listen: I shall count, one, of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce D. M. two, three; at the word three you wlU CHENAULT a candidate for City At- fire. Now take your positions." Mahaffy and the colonel stood factorney, subject to the action of the Deming each other, a distance of twelve ocratic party. paces separating them. Mahaffy was FOR POLICE JUDGE pale but dogged; he eyed Fentress We are authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, unflinchingly. Quick on the word Fensubject to the actiou of the Democratic tress fired, an instant later Mahaffy's pistol exploded; apparently neither party. We are authorized to announce W. L. bullet bad taken effect, the two men Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, maintained the rigid attitude they had subject to the action of the Democratic assumed; then Mahaffy was seen to party. turn on his heels, next his arm drop ped to bis side and the pistol slipped The Climax is authorized to announce Superintendent John Noland as a can- from his fingers, a look of astonish didate for the office of Police Judge of ment passed over his face and left it the City of Richmond, subject to the ac- vacant and staring while his right hand stole up toward his heart; he tion of the Democratic party. raised It slowly, with difficulty, as though it were held down by some In' visible weight. FERRIELL A hush, apread across the field. It was like one of nature's invisible Real transitions. Along the edge of the Oldham Building woods the song of birds was stricken Ky into silence. Ware, heavy-eye- d Fen tress, his lips twisted by a tortured smile, watched Mahaffy as he panted for breath, "with his hand clenched against his breast. That dead, oppres sive silence lasted but a moment; from out of It came a cry that smote on the wounded man's ears and I. R. Pennington reached his consciousness. "It's Price " he gasped, bis words Dentist. bathed In blood, and he pitched for Office next door to Government build ward on his face. ng Richmond, Ky. Ware and Fentress had heard the cry, too, and running to their horses threw themselves into the saddle and galloped off. The judge midway of South Bound. the meadow roared out a furious proNo. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives test, but the mounted men turned In to the highroad and vanished from t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. No. 7L Richmond to Stanford. De- Eight, and the judge's shaking legs bore him swiftly in the direction of parts C:45 a. m. the gaunt figure on the ground. No. 1. Loulsvillo to Beattyville Mahaffy struggled to rise, for he Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar- was hearing his friend's voice now. rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m the voice of utter anguish, calling his No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. name. At last painful effort brought Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. him to his knees. He saw the judge, No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via clothed principally in a gaily colored t, Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. hatless and shoeless, his face sodden and bleary from his No. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo Arrives C:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m night's debauch. Mahaffy stood erect No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan- and staggered toward him, his hand ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs over his wound, his features drawn 7:25 p. m. and livid, then with a cry he dropped North Bound at his friend's feet. No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives "Solomon! Solomon!" And the and Departs 4:10 a. m. Judge knelt beside him. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and "It's all right, Price; I kept your Maysville. Arrives G0 a. m. appointment," whispered Mahaffy; a Departs 0:25 a. m. bloody spume was gathering on his No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville lips, and he stared up at his friend Arrives7:15 a. m. Departs 7:20 am with glassy eyes. No. 23. Louisville to Richmond via In very shame the Judge hid his Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. face in his hands, while sobs shook No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar- him. rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. "Solomon Solomon, why did you No. 70. Stanford o Richmond. Arrive do this?" he cried miserably. 3:00 p. TO. The harsh lines on the dying man's 4. Beattyville to Louisville No. Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m face erased themselves. "You're the only friend Tvo known No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. ArIn twenty years of loneliness, Price, rives and Departs 4:51 p. m. I've loved you like a No's 31. 37, 33, 27. 34, 28, 33. 32 ar panted, with a pause brother." be between each Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e word. daily Except Sunday. Again the Judge burled bis face In The Prodical Judge "Do you inAl we ain't going to be pee iay tester, graafatiier7" repeated Haaalbal. "I saall enjoy an adequate compe-tese- y which I am about to recover. It will be sufficient for the Indulgence of those simple and Intellectual tastes 1 propose to cultivate for the future." In spite of himself the judge sighed This was hardly In line with his ideals, but the right to chooso was no longer. his. "You will bo very rich, Hannibal. The Qulntard lands your grandmother was a Qulntard will be yours; they run up into the hundred of thousands of acres hereabout; this land will be yours as soon as I can establish your identity." "Will Uncle Bob be rich too7" Inquired Hannibal. or "Certainly. How can he when we possess wealth?" answered the Judge. "You reckon he will always live with U3, don't you, grandfather?" "I would not have it otherwise. 1 admire Mr. Yancy he is simple and direct and fit for any company under heaven except that of fools. His treatment of you has placed mo under everlasting obligations; he shall share what we have. My one bitter, unavailing regret Is that Solomon Mahaffy will not be here to partake of our altered fortunes." And tho Judge sighed deeply. "Uncle Bob told me Mr. Mahaffy got hurt in a duel, grandfather?" said Hannibal. "He was as Inexperienced as a child in the use of firearms, and he had to deal with scoundrels who had neither mercy nor generous feeling but his couragr was magnificent" Presently Hannibal was deep in his account of those adventures ho had shared with Miss Betty. "And Miss Malroy where is she now?" asked the judge, in the first pause of the boy's narrative. "She's at Mr. Bowen's house. Mr. Carrlngton and Mr. Cavendish are .here too. Mrs. Cavendish stayed down yonder at the Bates' plantation. Grandfather, it were Captain Murrell who had me stole do you reckon he was going to take me back to Mr. Bladen?" "I will see Miss Malroy in the morning. Wo must combine our interests are Identical. There should be hemp in this for more than one scoundrel! I can see now how criminal my disinclination to push myself to the front has been!" said the judge, with conviction. "Never again will 1 shrink from what I know to be a public duty." A llttlo later they went down-stairwhere the judge had Yancy make up a bed for himself and Hannibal on the floor. He would watch alone beside Mahaffy, he was certain this would have been the dead man's wish; then he said good night and mounted heavily to the floor abovo to resume his vigil and bis musings. be-po- dottf "lair" - B. Walker Tandy EacU Home-Makin- g Spring is the Season of jror everything and everybody. Our lists of desirable real asu-- , and will interest Doth buyers and sellers. 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AUi DRUGGISTS 11-- 22 soon be here and it will Le b your advantage to consult m? before CHAPTER XXXIII. A Crisis at the Just at daybreak Yancy was roused by the pressure of a hand on his Court-House. J. T. Estate Agent Richmond, ly. L. & R Time Table Mid-nigh- "Uncle Bob fetched me," said Hannibal. "He's down-stairbut he didn't tell mo Mr. Mahaffy was dead." "We have sustained a great loss, Hannibal, and we must never forget the moral grandeur of the man. Some day, when you are older, and I can bring myself to speak of It, I will tell you of his last moments." The Judge's voice broke, a thick sob rose chokingly in his throat "Poor Solomon! A man of such tender feeling that he hid it from the world, for his was a rare nature which only revealed Itself to the chosen few he honored with his love." The Judge lapsed Into a mo- - bed-quil- "Do You Mean We Ain't Going to Be Pore Any Longer, Grandfather?" Are You a Woman J I 4b take' j j UARDUI The Woman's Tome) into tho small face upturned to. his. "I am glad If you are my grandfather. Judge," said Hannibal very gravely. "I always liked you." "Thank you, dear lad," responded the judge with equal gravity, and then as Hannibal nestled back In his grandfather's anas a single big tear dropped from the end of that gentleman's prominent nose. There will be many and peat op!!" changes in storo for us," coUue4 The Judge turned to the crowd, and the Judge. "But as we met adversity poke la a tone of excessive civility. with dignity, I am sure we shall be "Jwt a word, gentlemen! the sfecr-if- f prosperity with equaniable to it right; it id your oourt-hou- a mity OBly uaworthy natures are af- jo ImM not b kapt out of K. and No fected by what is at best auperftclal 4oaM there are sea mt veu viuw and accidental. I mean that th 9mme: in this tottfcN&r will ooacr blight of poverty Is about to be lifted, or JaUr ba urgently Mtra. We ar from our lives." to let all who wish to enter, "Do you' mean we ala't toimg X He frf to renwaber that there will pore any locfer, vraadfaUMr?" ave ha b inaUe whose prejudi Hannibal. ec Mw an The judo rticarM Ma wtta paat Hnaa aa4 eaiered tk tenderiMaa of zaraaota; b . followed by Yancy- - aaa waa profoundly movd. Hannibal. "Well let 'am ta where 1 MM ahnott pOty. tfi. 'MU" the-Jud- mentary brooding silence, in which his great arms drew the boy closer against his heart "Dear lad, since 1 left you at Belle Plain a very aston ishing knowledge has come to me. It was the Hand of Providence I see It now that first brought us togethr er. You must not call me Judge any more; I am your grandfather your mother was my daughter," Hannibal Instantly sat erect and looked up at the judge, his blue eyes wide with amazement at this extraordinary statement "It Is a very strange story, Hannibal, and its links are not all In my hands, but I am sure because of what I already know. I, who thought that not a drop of my blood flowed in any veins but my own, live again In you. Do you understand what I am telling you? You are my own dear little grandson " and the Judge looked down with no uncertain love and pride shoulder, and opening his eyes saw that the judge was bending over him. "Dress!" he said briefly. "There's every prospect of trouble get your rifle and come with me!" Yancy noted that this prospect or trouble seemed to afford the judge a pleasurable sensation; indeed, he had quite lost his former air of somber and suppressed melancholy. "I let you sleep, thinking you needed the rest" the judge went on. "But ever since midnight we'vo been on the verge of riot and possible bloodshed. They've arrested John Murrell It's claimed he's planned a servile rebellion! A man named Hues, who had wormed hl3 way into his confidence, made the arrest He carried Murrell into Memphis, but the local magistrate, Intimidated, most likely, declined to have anything to do with holding him. In splto of this, Hues managed to get his prisoner lodged In Jail, but along about nightfall the situation began to look serious. Folks were swarming Into town armed to the teeth, and Hues fetched Murrell across country to Raleigh " "Yes," said Yancy. "Well, the sheriff has refused to tako Murrell into custody. Hues has him down at the court-housbut whether or not he is going to bo able to hold him is another matter!" Yancy and Hannibal bad dressed by this time, and the Judge led the way from the house. The Scratch Hiller looked about him. Across the street a group of men, the greater number of whom were armed, stood in front ot Pegloe's tavern. Glancing In the direction ot the court-houshe ob served that tho square before it held other groups. But what Impressed him more was the ominous silence that was everywhere. At his elbow, the judge was breathing deep. "We are face to face with a very deplorable condition, Mr. Yancy. Court was to sit here today, but Judge Morrow and the public prosecutor have left town, and as you see, Mur-relifriends have gathered for a res cue. There's a sprinkling of the bet ter element but only a sprinkling. I saw Judge Morrow this morning at four o'clock I told him I would obligate myself to present for his con sideration evidence of a striking and sensational character, evidence which would show conclusively that Murrell should be held to await the action of tne next grand jury this was after a conferenco with Hues I guaranteed his safety. Sir, the man refused to listen to me! He showed himself ut terly devoid of any feeling of public duty." The bitter sense of failure and futility was leaving the Judge. The situation made Its demands on that basic faith in his own powers which remained imbedded In his char acter. They had entered the court-hous- e square. On the steps of tho building BettB was arguing loudly with Hues, who stood In the doorway, rifle In hand. "Maybo you don't know this Is county property?" the cherlff was saying. "And that you have taken unlawful possession of It for an unlawful purpose? I am going to open them doors a passel of strangers can't keep folks out of a building their own money has bought and paid for!" While he was speaking, the judge had pushed hu way through the crowd to the foot of the steps. ' That was very nicely said, Mr. Betts," observed the judge. He smiled widely and sweetly Tho sher--1 T gave him a hosUle glare. "Do you know that Morrow has left town?" the Judge went on. "I ain't got nothin to do with. Judge Morrow. It's my duty to see that this building Is ready for him when he's a mind to open court In It" ''You are willing to assume the responsibility of throwing open these ge doors?" Inquired affably. "I saorely am," said Betts., "Why, e of these folks are our leading e, 's "Besides, they'll como in anyhow when; they get ready, so there's no sens In exciting them." Murrell, bound In the court-houshand and foot was seated between Carrlngton and the Earl of Lambeth space below the in the little ralled-of- f Judge's bench. Fear and suffering had blanched his unshaven cheeks and given, a wild light to his deeply sunt en eyes. At sight ot Yancy a smoth ered exclamation broke from his lips; he had supposed this man dead these many months! Hues had abandoned his post and the crowd, suddenly grown clamorous. stormed tho narrow entrance. One of the doors, borne from Its hinges, went down with a crash. The judge, a fierce light flashing from his eyes, turned to Yancy. "No matter what happens, this fel low Murrell is not to escape If he calls on his friends to rescuo him he Is to bo shot!" The hall was filling with swearing, 'struggling men, tho floor shook be neath their heavy tread; then they and saluted burst Into the court-rooMurrell with a great shout But Mur rell, bound, In rags, and silent, his lips frozen in a wolfish grin, was a depressing sight, and the boldest felt something of his unrestrained lawless ness go from him. Less noisy now, tho crowd spread itself out among the benches or swarmed up into the tiny gallery at the back of the building. Man after man had hurried forward, intent on passing beyond the railing, but each had encountered the judge, formlda ble and forbidding, and had turned aside. Gradually the many pairs of eyes roving over the little group sur rounding tho outlaw focussed them' selves on Slocum Price. It was in un conscious recognition ot that moral force which was his, a tribute to the grim dignity of his unshaken courage; what he would do seemed worth con sidering. He was charmed to hear his name pass in a whisper from Up to lip. Well, It was time they knew him! He squared his ponderous shoulder and made a gesture commanding silence. Battered, shabby and debauched, he was like some old war horse wbo sniffs the odor of battle that tho wind incontinently brings to his nostrils. "Don't let him speak!" cried a voice, and a tumult succeeded. Cool and Indomitable tho Judge waited for It to subside. He saw that tho color was stealing back Into Mur-rell- 's face. The outlaw was feeling that he was a leader not overthrown; these were his friends and followers, his safety was their safety, too. In a lull in tho storm ot sound the Judge attempted to make himself heard, but his words were lost in the angry roar that descended on him. "Don't let him speak! Kill him! Kill him!" A score of men sprang to their feet and from all sides came the click of rifle and pistol hammers as they were drawn to the full cock. The judge's fate seemed to rest on a breath. He swung about on hl3 heel and gave a curt nod to Yancy and Cavendish, who, falling back a step, tossed their guns to their shoulders and covered Murrell. A sudden hush grew up out of the tumult: the cries, angry and Jeering, dwindled to a murmur, and a dead pall of silence rested on the crowded Tho very taste of triumph was In e, Ghoice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here i- - Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 5econd-s- t t. o. letting contracts for constructing or repairing buiM - ;. MI work guaranteed. orders left at this o'!:;e will reach me Jeff Stone You Don't Have To Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from The Man Who Knows Good Thing when he finds it, always comes to Ricci's for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious steak. There is no disappointment in the meal that is ordered Mere. 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Prices: Hanan Shoes Finest Made For Men $5, $5.50 and $6 H Work ShoesStrongest and Best We sell the best work shoes because we pay more in order to get the best qualare satisfied with smaller profits it's our way to increase the volume of business and make more money in the end. Try our Work Shoes; they are soft and easy on the feet, yet strong and durable. ity, and 1m Sfcelw. ageat for Hurst Peroxide of Hydrogen is an essential InsuraaM Co. Write m er pbese every household. Be sure it is thing r 1M riag 2. Uwtes QKy, Ky. of instrength by making your purfull of Gate mm! all kMs rf SeW chase at Perry's. at aunethw irises. See us s Kenton Junior Suits are shown in all sizes up to 18, and are priced: $5, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.50, 8.00, 8.50, 9.00, $10 Other Suits, $3.50 and $4 Prices: $1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50 and $3.00 No trouble to give Conkey's Roup Remedy. Just a pinb in drinking a- -. itchtef sMm iroaMe, plies, water. The fowls take their own media. salt rfreinw. Mvw, itek. scald ctae. For sale at Stockton's drug 30-- it :,erjs. mMh, Dmm's Otetaeat store, Awau & Smxoss. ci. 5Qe .res. a feex at lm Make up your mind that you are going ..i lurnwk yon Um bst analogs to cet busv and join those who will clean p their premises on next Mon ihm mp at low oat prices. Bajclow & DeuBB. ednesday. See day. Tuesday and recoM COVINGTON and BANK Do It At Once. Road overseers are requested to bring at once to the County Clerk's oflice road books for the past year, in order that all claims may be allowed at the present term of the Fiscal Court. One purchase will convince you that Perry's is the best place to buy full strength medicines and high quality drugs. aetice of general cleaning up days elseClimax. : ee trial jaokaee of OMkef's Llee where in this issue of Toe F aer and big stay pago P Itry Book Those who subscribed to the base ball - ae wook, oa)y. at Stooktoa's dns faad are requested to call on Mr. R. C. --e Stockton, treasurer, and leave check for Funds are en in aooft ol jHaeksaiiUiiog in amoeat of subscription. f its bfokac. Farm tag Imple-- s seeded to pay transportation of players Buectw. Carriages, Wagoas, and other necessary expenses. 1. iires&e, got priees from It. E. - Union City. Ky. 21 tf It has long been a Democratic custom m Madison county to give a second term "lake up ymme mtm bow that yea are to those officials who perform their duty . ? ;o vote far K. B. Terrfll for re- - welWuriag the first term of office,and you c His reoard as a iMkHesorvaat eaa make no mistake by deciding to cast ,3 - ver booa eclipsed by aoy for raw . vote for R. K. Terrill for : a'. tf. to the office of County Court Clerk. His record is open for the closest inspec-tto397 Kast Mata street. -.' ?Fair Dates. :r vr Office for Rent at aaeo. Dmmlas & a. l! '""cp equipped wish water ami heat r ouildiagoaSoooad street. given BIRTH5. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baskett, of Nich- otesviHe, are receiving congratulations T Suntftsa. : over the arrival of a little girl, who has js. puffs aad all Kteds of bair been christened Mary Louise. Mrs. "VYerlc ;cs made froat easMags. Baskett was, before her marriage. Miss a 'eafoaablo price. Hair dressed in Katfe RIngo, of this city. - a est stylo. I fe&ve ie stock the - aesigosia fmSs sad braWs. I Barred Rock Eggs For :.othiog bat aauiral hair. Hatching. Maure Macebt Walkhk 2 : West Maia. Rtekmeod, Ky. We have the stock and they are good, - Hair! Hair! How's This? tt ' strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets feyed during all the cold weather of the past winter. They are exceptionally good layers and began to lay. at We have a few hens old. Mian eBnul for as? five months Eggs 81 for 15; 53 for 50; to W 1UM for 81 each. "rV J CB8XET 4: CO. TUcda. O. ?5 per hundred. Telephone 221. . A. D. & C D. Miller, tafe twins P. J. mMwl reus, mad totttre htm tbr la IS Richmond, Ky. . ai nil W all tiOini truHtttai 4j.tf :,. i.aiy aMt onf mat amr Wlltiei J "naT. BUCK OF OOHHEBCK. This is a season for white shoes. We ToteO. Ukto. have them for ladies, misses and chil ttan i upon tk Ckwc l Uks Mcnallr. utlBK drin. Come in and make ready for ot mBt' nrfr J We have your sue and can fit Easter. per bottlr. Sttt W all DraccUtx. Rice & Ahxold. r eeestlptUan. you. to Hall's Ftsdlr no Why Go Away For Snappy Things in Dry Goods? The largest city markets are gleaned by our buyers so that we bring the cities' best offerings right This to your dotors. saves you car fare, precious time and lets you help your own town ComKahjd see and you'll ;be xonyi need JOHN R. GIBSON & CO McKee Bkxk Telephone 500 The Louisville Times says: That The Knights of Pythias will hold Copies of masterpieces will be seen honors are coming In bunches to Col. annual fair at Xicholasville this year on here. August 27, 23 and 29. Chas. C. Glass is gravures Beautiful carbons and photo Thomas Jefferson Smith, the clever will be shown at the Caldweil R. H. Webb, secretary. secretary to Gov. McCreary, is evidenced presidsnt and High School Auditorium, ADril An educational opportunity with a two- by the boom now started by his friends Mr. Robinson Purchased fold advantage. Recognizing the educa- to send him as a delegate from the tional advantages to be derived from op Eighth district to the Democratic Farm. portunities to see good art, the Library Advocate says: "Mr. B. and Schools in The Danvilte have ar National Convention at Baltimore. Col. F. Robinson, of Richmond, closed a deal ranged with the A- - W. Elson Co., of Smith is a resident of Madison county several days ago, whereby he secured Boston, for an art exhibition of 1S7 pic and the boom for him as delegate was New Firm. possession of one of the best farms in tures to be held in the auditorm, April launched by his friends in that county. li 2U. This collection, consisting in Messers. Reuben Baker and Collins the county. He purchased trom R. L. large part of carbons and photogravures, Col. Tom has been picked out to head Long have purchased from Mr. Mat Gose his farm located a short distance made directly from the original master- the now Department of Banking and pieces, is selected by art experts and Whitaker the right to manufacture the from this city, for a consideration of should attract large crowds of persons. will be the first Bank Commissioner of the State with the nice salary of 83,000 3102 per acre. It is understood that the celebrated Whitaker gate. These genA small admission will oe charged, the tlemen will have shops in this city and new owner will shortly move to this entire proceeds of which after deduct a year attached. Since his advent in to ing, the expense of the exhibit, will be the political limelight, Col. Tom has will emploj a force of workmen in order city to reside." used in the purchase of pictures for made a host of friends who rejoice in to supply the great demand for this wall decorations. The purpose of the his successes. The biggest loser by his Madisonian Proprietor of favorite gate. exhibition is thus clearly two-folHealth Resort First, to give people an opportunity to promotion will be Gov. McCreary, who Windows. L. Fry, formerly of Kirksville, see a collection of the world's famous loses a painstaking and efficient right-banDr. D. Beautiful 5how masterpieces of painting, sculpture and man. Second, to make it posThe new show windows of Jno. Gib this county: is one of the proprietors of architecture. HurJry. Hickory, 2s. C, one of sible for the public to own a few of these son & Co., are being greatly admired by HotelJ Base Ball Notes. Throughout every body in the city, and especially the most popular hostelries in that pictures in the schools. awakening to Sunday's Lexington Leader says: Dr. Fry and his wife, who. the country, people are by the ladies of Richmond and Madison State. Both was Miss Middel-to- the importance and value of good art as President 2t eal was called to Richmond creative) of a refining influence and in county. The decorations during the before her marriage, Kirksville, are well remembered spiring atmosphere, and just so surely Friday night to confer with the owners of past two weeks have been unusually this county, and both have many as people become familiar with the best of that club as to the signing of a player attractive, exhibiting many of the latest friends who will be gratified to learn of art, just so quickly will the crude in who is expected to bum things up in spring and summer. fashions for art bo displaced througe appreciation, that this estimable couple is enjoying of something better. It is not, of course this league.. President Xeal stated health and splendid business in to suppose that one shall become a com- Saturday morning that this lad, who Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt good petent judge of art simply through would probably be signed by Richmond their new home. for 81.00. Telephone 110. tudymg for a time photographs of in the next few days would be one of W. w. Broaddus Co. Organize Champ Clark Club. prints, f but what can and should be obtained, is a large moos tire of apprecia the best drawing cards in the league, A number of cirizens met at the court tion. but that at present he A work or art which is Residence Blown Down. bouse Mondayafternoon and organized a great will bear reproduction, and really out his name. President could not give even Neal also said The high wind yesterday completely Champ Clark Club. Mr. D. M. ChenauH though this may not possess the plea that the Richmond Club has raised a demolished a residence on East Walnut was elected chairman, and Mr. Chas. sure giving power to the original in a large fund for the support ol this gallery three thousand miles away n street, being constructed by Embry, secretary. Several speeches Anyone who cares to do it can accumu- season's team and baseball enthusiasm Co., and painfully wounded ere made by the enthusiasts of the late gradually a little picture gallery of was running very high In that town. Chas. Howell, who was caught under presidential candidate and much en- this sort in his own mind quite indepen dent of circumstances, time or money. Chas. Howell, the falling structure. It is probable that Ray Haley, the thusiasm prevailed. The meeting ad by Jake Brown and Ed Howell were on top journed until next Saturday at 2;30 p. This collection has been made howex catcher who was secured from the perts. to Even artist who knows of the building when it collapsed, and m., at which time a meeting will be draw at all, has something to give of Richmond team by tho "Pirates," will it was considered a miracle by those held in the circuit court room. Wilson pleasure and prolit, but the greatest be turned back to them this season, as who witness the accident that these and Underwood Clubs will also be organ even have the most and best to give. they are pretty well supplied with backOne creat object of picture study is that men escaped with their lives. The ized in this city at an early date. of opening the eyes to the beauty all stops. Haley has been doing well in story building was a oae and one-lia- lf around which an artist s trained eye his early training, but he had too many perceives, while it is missed by others. good ones with more experience pitted General Clean Up Days. residence, and the above named gentlemen were at work on the roof, when a April S, 9 and 10 has been set aside by This is the essential service of all great against him with the "Pirates" for him some measure to men to draw up sudden gush of wind caused the frame Mayor Rice as general clean up days in their own level ofin insight, enjoyment to stand much chance to get a permawork to topple over. Jake Brown and Richmond. Our citizens are aware of and inspiration. These pictures are of nent berth with tlnm this season. Ed Howell escaped uninjured. since Jan.l, interest to both young and old and tney the prevalence of small-po- x and while there have been very few aro expected to attract and instruct If you have a cold that is still hang. cases and in a very mild form, every large numbers of people. Every one President William Neal of the Blue Grass League, has had his umpires busy should come. ing on better cure it with Perry's Laxa owner within the corporate the fast week working in the exhibition H becomes property tive Cold Tablets before Will Meet In Richmond. limits should take a pride in the wel games at Louisville. Steve Kane, who is chronic. fare of the city and join in the moveThe Eighth District Teachers' Asso one of the staff, has so far shown up ment to effect a general cleaning, as ciation closed a very successful meeting pretty well in his work and President Frank Roberts Attempts this the most effective way to eradicate at Lawrenceburg last week. A splendid Neal says that he is a man that will be Suicide. this and other disease from our midst. program was carticd out to the great able to handle the Blue Grass Leaguers Frank Roberts, son of Richard The Woman's Club has consented to co- benefit and uplift of those present. The this season. Neal also says he is going Roberts, of Tates Creek, this county, operate with the city authorities in mak next meeting of the association will be to give some of the men work during shot himself Sunday night, the bullet ing this movement the success it de- hold in this city Friday and Saturday the Chicago Louisville games, and if Prof. Bell, of they can handle the "Cubs" they will calibre revolver pass serves to be, and the Secretary, Miss after Thanksgiving from a thirty-tw- o ed through his body. I he act was Helen. Bennett, will be glad to com Lawrenceburg, was elected president, certainly not have much trouble in this committed at the Richmond Hotel, municate with all who wish to take part and Pror. E. C. McDougle, of this city, league. Every citizen of secretary. about twelve o'clock, and the young in this movement. The P. A. C. Infirmary Annual Easter years of age, Richmond should take part in this crusman, who is twenty-seve-n Bright Prospects For Fair. . Baazar, Saturday, April 6 Hursts against filth and disease and make states that he cannot account for his ade rV number of farmers and business Grocery. rash act and is very hopeful of recovery our beautiful city what it should be, the Queen City of the Bluegrass. City carts men of Richmond and Madison county The bullet entered the right breast, about an inch below the nipple, and will be in readiness to move all rubbish held a meeting, Saturday afternoon, at and passed through the spine, coming and if necessary additional teams will tho court house with a view of taking Mayor steps to perfect an organization to hold out on the left side, causing paralysis bo furnished on application. is Rice will be in his office on above dates a fair in this city during the present from his waist down. His condition very serious, with grave doubts as to the and those desiring to communicate with season. An option has been secured on outcome. Roberts has been in Rich him may do so, either in person or twenty acres of land accessable to the city and it is tho desire of those who mond about eighteen months and lives over telephone. were present at tho meeting Saturday to brother-in-laNewby, Talt with his Wins Machine. purchase this property and make the on East Main street. The auction sale of a sewing machine MudiAon county Fair a permanent in 1. The Climax by be Chance To Beautify School advertised in to a close Monday, and stitution. The above proporty can the Hiireins came procured at a reasonable price, but Rooms. Jennie Hampton, colored, having filed option is only for a short period and The idea of the art section of the the best bid was awarded the machine. demands immediate action on the part Westchester Woman's Club in providing which is a celebrated Paraxon. Mr. of those interested if the site is secured. means to buy pictures for rooms in the Higgins advertised that he would re Another meeting will be held Saturday public schools, ought to meet with sup ceive sealed bids on the machine until at the court house and every one hi port. It is practical work and has tlie Anril 1. at which time the award terested in perpetuating the Madison endorsement of many df the best people would be made to the highest bidder. County Fair are earnestly requested to This plsn has been Considerable interest was manifested in bo present. Our citizens should. If of this country. other places and has succeeded. this new method of conducting an necessary,, make & sacrifice in order to tried in will It provides for an art exhibit, the pic auction, and no doubt Mr. Higgins date. be present at this meeting, as there k belBg supplied for that purpose by inaugurate another at aa early aqthins that will add more to th eky tans the eoaeern which furnishes them, for The woman who secured the abov and county than a fair as coaductod la school room, nd s small admission fee machine had the misfortune to lose her former years, whea theee exhibitions I k chrsrd. Tkic Is &ot a money mak household eoods by fire, aboutaltfoar trw thousands of people to thk ity tb )un eotiM be seen the fioaet stock awi lag efcMM fer say iatfivkiiutl, a the weeks ago, d th prize will be ereo MvdtMta 1 the SUU.. Let every proceed will fee iuvui 'm pictures for mn appftitd by ken body attend tlie meeting at the court jtiMJOhoote. Exhibit t OMwU ttigH Mtt of .Jf. T. Hicgins, whk t boom Saturday afternoon. weekly in Tis Cuiux. I School Auditorium April 17-2d n, 41-tBlanton-Congleto-- Art Exhibit At Caldwell High School. their Thos. Smith For Delegate. Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 1 9 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect ai! 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 s Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Todd-Edward- s Phone Corner Orchard and Main-s- t J 00 Lumber Go.Kentucky Richmond, A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Farmers Busy. During the few days of sunshine last ' week the farmers of Madison county got ' Many tobacco a start with spring work. beds were burned and seed sown, and r i .i.. i UillilJ autcs UL auu muu latum uuuet. The late wheat crops in Madisoe were greatly injured by the severe winter weather. The early seeded fieWs look well, but the late sown wheat was practically all killed. Rye, however, fared much better and the outlook from a good crop is promising. The warmer weather of the past ten days has bad a tendency to give early grass a good start and prospects at present are good for an abundance of grass by May I. State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. r.i COURSES TUITION Lib Dvploaft. OawMT CertiacAte, Kertew, TO APPOINTEES FREE Spring Term Opens April S, ASB ABOUT IT. 1912 ARTISTIC CATALtXitTt Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Attention, Farmers! fine jack, will make the season of 1912 at tho Otter Creek stock farm at 33.00 to insure a living mule. Jake is a black jack with while points, l hands high, sired by Rufus McCord's jack and out of a Bourbon Chief jenaet. I will also stand at the same time and place my saddle stallion at $3.00 to insure a living colt. I have for sale some nice Poland-Chin- a gilts either bred or open. Also I have for sale selected seed corn. MAY COLLINS, Phone 723. Richmond, Ky. 41 4t. Thirty-Nin- e Jake, my Don't Take Vicdiicifl6 Carelessly Sickness is a thing that is aot to be trifled with. Minor aches and paras may eoaae and go, but there causes for each which you know not of. When you feel bad, the best policy is to eons ult your physietan. Let him diagnose your case, then bring his prescription, to us, we compound it drugs of known strength, purity and efieiengc. Your doctor can phone your prescriptia direct, to us. "We are prepared to take carcbf you. Snows. . letter to the Climax from Mr. W. O. i'ark, of Kansas City, formerly a resident of Richmond, states that thirty-nin- e snows have fallen in that city dur-ipg the past winter, and the record breaker for the season came last Sat urday night, when snow fell to a depth inches on the level. of twenty-fiv- e See our young men's suits ready to wear 318 00. Rick & Aesold. A '' y Perry's Drug Stoie Telephone T5 j I Opera House University of Cincinnati Glee and Mandolin Clubs KALEM FEATURE FILM TONIGHT! SATURDAY SATURDAY " AULD LANG SYNE"" - Admission 10 Cents 17-2- 0. High Price is Asked by Own ACTUAL STARVATION Facts About Indigestion and Its Relief That Should Mc Sewell t GREATKinney's 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 mends the benefit of greatly reduced prices on our entire line of "Quality Groceries." Note the extra low prices quoted below for Cash ers of Boonesboro Site. to parties hero that the site at Boonesboro on which it was proposed to locate Camp Daniel Boone for tho youths of Central Kentucky, has been priced at a very high figure, practically prohibitive, and for this reason another location has been taken up for investigation. As was told in Tho Democrat several days ago, tho Y. M. C. A. of tho state proposos to locate a summer camp on the Kentucky river in tho Blucgrass section, for the use of tho boys and young men 6f Central Kentucky, boy scouts especially, where a daily program will bo carried out and everything dono to bring the youth up to a higher moral standard, as well as physically. Thcso camps prevail throughout tho North and accomplish great good. investigated tho Tha committee Boonesboro site, believing that it was tho best place for soch a camp, on account of the history connectod with tho spot, tho proximity to oxccllont roads and railways and surrounding country Tho Boonesboro site is practically tho only ono along tho rivor from Irvino to Frankfort, which seems to possess all tho requirements of such a camp ground. The prico asked for tho sito has been placed so high that tho committee claims it is prohibitive as far as they aro con cerned. It is owned by Dr. Williams, of Ford. Tho Commercial Club could look into this matter and may bo ablo to got a suitable placo on the Clark sido at a figure which could bo handled by thu Stato Association. This would bo the first camp of tho kind established in tho Stato, ani its influence will bo felt all over the country. It is a matter which should bo looked into by every resident of Clark county Winchester Democrat The State Y. M. C. A. has written TEN THOUSAND ROLLS g NEW Interest You. Although Indigestion and Dyspepsia are so prevalent, most people do not thoroughly understand their causo and cure. There is no reason why most people should not eat anything they desire if thoy will only chew it care fully and thoroughly. Many actually starve themselves into sickness through good- fear of eating every g food, because smelling, and it does not agree with them. The best thing to do is to fit yourself to digest any good food. Wo boliove we can rolieve Dyspepsia. Wo aro so confident of this fact that we guaranteo and promiso to supply tho medicino frco of all cost to ovory one who will use it, who is not perfectly satisfied with the results which it produces. We exact no promise, and put no one under any obligation whatever. Surely noth ing could bo fairer. We are located right hore and our reputation should be sulll cionl.assuranco of the genuineness of our good-lookingood-tastin- 1912 PAPERS Jast received aad are on sale at 2 12 c Single Roll- -8 Hp Yards In price. Remember we sell you 4c, 5c, 6c Borders Same Price as Papers they match. Paper Hanging and Painting Wall Paper, Pain's Oils and Gfcss, Pictures, Francs and Mirrors ) Wo will hang your paper at 10c per roll (S yards), borders anl ings same price, and do your painting at the lowest price. s workmen employed first-clas- 213 West Main Street W a na m: offer. Wo want every one troubled with Indigestion or Dyspepsia in any form to come to our storo and buy a box of Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets. Tako them home and give ihom a reasonable trial, according to direction. Then, if not satisfied, come to us and get your money back. Thoy are very pleasant to take; they aid to soothe theirritablo stomach, to strengthen and invigorate tho diges-tiv- o organs, and to promote a healthy and natural bowel action, thus leading to perfect and healthy digestion and mi : m: mmm me: COFFEE Our Coffees come direct from the roasters House Cleaning Time Is near at hand, so why not take advantage 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 Star Naptha Powders, 6 boxes Rub No More, 7 boxes Lenox Soap, 8 bars Big Deal, 6 bars Ideal Soap, 6 bars Clean Easj' Soap, 7 bars Ivory Soap, G bars P. & G. White Naptha, G bars 3 dozen Clothes Pins Wire and Rope Clothes Lines Small size, G CEREALS 1 fresh and crisp Chase & Sanborn's and Boui s celebrated brands 25c Our 27c grades, now Our 30ii grades, now 27ic 3 lb can, regular $1.10 seller, now .. ..$1.00 3 2 boxes ; LARD 50 lb best Partridge Brand Lard 20 lb bucket lb bucket lb bucket Compound Lard, 3 lbs 10 5 $5.50 2.5o 1.30 OSc 24c 24c 25e 25c 25c 25c 25e 25c 2pc 3 1 1 All Fresh and Crisp box Puffed Wheat and 1 box Puffed 23c Rice 25c boxes National or Premier Oats . -- 9 boxes Shredded Wheat 25c boxes Post Toasties, 10c size box Cream of Wheat, I of Graperiuts 25c 10c box Pan Cake Flour 25c 25c 25c 14c 22c 14c 4c Sc 25c Hand picked Navy Beans, 5 lbs .... Cracked Hominy, 10 lbs 3$ lbs best Rice Nice fancy Muir dried Peaches, lb . . Nice fancy Apricots, pouud A big fat Prune, 40 to 50 size, pound J. E. M., Zaring's Patent, Mary Flour, 75c for 24 lbs Preserves and Syrups Pure Fruits and Sugar. 25c size, now Compound, 10c size, now Jello and Gelatine for Dessert Assorted Fruits 22c Sc $1,40 Scuddder's Maple, 1 gallon " " gallon 75c 4 " " gallon 45c Golden Seal,. 25c size, now 22c Karo White, 1 gallon 45c gallon 23c " " 4 gallon 12c Bob White, 1 gallon 40c " " gallon 20c " 4 gallon 10c New Orleans? cooking, 2 lb can 8c Mapaline. for flavoring syrups, 35c size 30c A. B. C. 3 boxes Jello or Minute Gelatine 2 boxes Knox's, Cox's or Plymouth Rock 2oc : 'Joe i 1-- Patent Flour 59c for 24 lb Sack 3 boxes fancy Macaroni or Spaghetta 1 i 1-- 30c box pitted Dried Cherries Keg Soda, pound 3 lb Arm & Hammer Soda Search Light Matches, 3 boxes ancy head Rice, pound 25c 7c 2nc 2c 23e 10c i 1-- No, JO Brown Sugar Waco Tomatoes PEAS 35e cam imported French Peas 20 can Sugar Loaf Petit Pois pounds for 3 Pound Can 10 cents 17 20c 12c $1 15ecan 15c can K)c " " " " 12iccaa " 21b 21b lib .... 2Sc 17c 12c 12c 10c can Superior Brand, 2 lb Same grades in Fulton's Pride Brand 8c 25c 15c 10c 15c 10c 25c 10c can of Crisco (season compound) . . can Snyder's Pork and Beans " " " can can Beech Nut Pork and Beans ". " " can can Heinz Tomato Soup can Campbell's Assorted Soups 3 for CORN 15c can Waldorf Maine 12$c can New Year 10c can Pride of Bloomington 8c 12c 8e 20c 25c 12c 12c 12e 6c 8c 8c at same prices Heinz Mince Meat in Cans 17c 20c 17c 25c lGc Sc 20c can 15c can 10c None Such, 3 cans 17c 12c 25c 25c ca n Green Gage Plums 20c can " 15c can Pink Salmon, 2 cans 20e can Oysters, 2 lb 10c can Oysters 1 lb : 25c can Red Salmon This is a Strictly Cash Sale can String Beans can Lima Beans can Kidney Beans. can Beets can Spinach can Sweet Potatoes 12ic can Sweet Potatoes 10c can Kraut 30c can Lye Hominy 10c can Pumpkin 3 lb can Asparagus 35c can Asparagus, white tips 35c can Asparagus, green tips 35c can Asparagus, tall 20c can Asparagus, medium . 15c 15e 10c 15c 15c 15c . .. .. ." ". 12c 12c 13c 10c 8c A 25c. package of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment. In ordinary cases, this is sufficient to FIENDISH PAIN produco a cure. In more chronic cases, a longer treatment, of course, is neces sary, and depends upon tho severity of Done Away With By A Pleas the trouble. For such cases, wo have two largersizos which soli for 50c. and ant Internal Medicine. 31.00. Remember, you can obtain Rex all Remedies in this community only at All tho worst torturos of human life, our storo Tho Rexall Store. Perry's rolled into one, can hardly compare Drug Storo. with tho fiendish pain of piles. The Now is the time to havo your screen victim eagerly buys anything that will work done. Don't wait until the flies bring a momont's ease, but tho trouble get in. Wo do all kinds of fly screen usually comes back. Get IIEJI-ROIBarlow & Doziek, a scientific inward pilo cure, that work. 307 East Main street. frcostho stagnant blood and 'Iries up 39-tho piles. Taxes Due. 1IEM-ROI(tablets), sold by B. L. Your taxes for tho year 1911 are now Middolton and all 'druggists, under Come guaranty. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station in my hands for collection. in early and avoid tho rush, as well as B. Bulfalo. 2f. Y. Write for booklet. saving tho penalty, by prompt payment. When you know of any marriages, tf D. A. McCobd. Sheriff. births, deaths, accidents, sales of land, EASY crop or stock, church nows or lodge IT'S END news, pleaso telophono or writo Tns CATARRH Climax, so that wo can inform people in other parts of tho country. We want Go to B. L. Middelton's and say clean news of every kind from every locality. tf want a IIYOMEI outfit tako it home open the box pour a- few drops of Do your corns hurt? Dr. Russell's IIYOMEI from the bottlo into the little Corn Romcdy. Try it. hard rubber inhaler breath 0 it for five 30-t- f Wises' Dnuo Store. minutes and note the refreshing relief breathe it four or five times a day for Automobiles Painted. a fow days and catarrh and all its disAt my snop on xuiru St. 1 am pre gusting symptoms will gradually dis pared to paint and trim Automobilos, appear. Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all IIYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine kinds. I havo a painter of long or other harmful drugs and is sold on and who understands his monoy back plan for catarrh, asthma. business. Prices as low as consistent croup, colds, coughs and catarrhal deafwith first class work. Give mo a trial. ness. Complete outfit 81.00 extra bot llorso shoeing, Blacksmithing and tles if needed 50 cents at B. L. Middcl repairing in all branches. ton's and druggists everywhere. Simf Jambs A. Moohes. ple instructions for use in Ot'ery packoge you can't fail to banish catarrh if you "My little son had a very severe cold I was recommended to try Chamber follow instructions. lain s Cough Remedy, and before a Voto for R. B. Torrill for small bottlo was finished ho was as well to the office of County Court Clerk. He as over," writos Mrs. II. Silks, will appreciate an endorsement of his Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. present administration. tf This remedy is for sale by all dealers, Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, lm pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, Attend To It Now. xnm oioou makes you indigestion, The Climax solicits tho horso and weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, jacK cards for the season of 1912. Wo sound digestion uso Burdock Blood lm havo all varieties of fino cuts and can Bittors. $1.00 at all stores. suit your taste, no matter what you may For Rent. desire in this lino of printing. Our The residence on Summit recently ocprices will pleaso you and wo guarantee satisfactory work in every instance, cupied by Capt. Short, for remainder of Come in and leave your order before the year. Electric light, water, stables, etc. 33-t- f Apply to June Baxteu. rush begins. OF PILE5 r With the Caloric is pos v r Come to the Demonstration April 1st, and Continues One Week who do not know the possibilities of this wonderful tim and labor . stove, but it is founded upon absolute reaalts. Foods cooked . "Caloric" aro far more nutritious aad pafctUthta. Tha dlic;it.- , cious flaver of meats are far more savory when eookvtt Uw "Caloric" way, because none of the wholosomeaoss is lest by evaporation. Tho "Caloric" roasts and bakes food in its raw stato wiihou partially cooking it in an ordinary stove or rei.aaliwr. it bater sorv If you have never tasted food oooked in tho "Caloric" cannot realize the vast difference in flavor. Come to our store and let us demonstrate to you bow yoa can r your meat and grocery bills with a "Caloric" Fireless CaokstoN e. ( and bring your friends. . iw.-v-yo- E Tilany "CALORIC" does better oook'np and baking than other method. That may sound like a strong 9UUmni' D tf D 8-- SO TO Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Slreet - TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I havo in stock the best line of material in the city arnl can ive you the best work when it comes to pulling 011 rubber tiring. I also do all kinds of repairing on carriages, buggies, wagons, etc. Let me make you prices on wagon beds and frames. This work will be done at vt rv close figures, as I believe in live and let live prices. Let mo paint your wagon or busgy and make same good as now I make a specialty of repairing all kinds of term machinery, suoh as mowers, binders, etc Will give you tho best work and will do it quickly, and guarantee all s. work to be Call afid see ase before yuina elsewhere. Shop on Main street, opposite L. & X. Depot. flrst-olas- 12-t- WW Richmond W. T. Mansfield & Co. - Kentucky. Jji, Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of! .......... .. . ." 8c .. . '. .. 8c 22c . 30c 20c 30c . . 15c Don't bo surprised if you havo an Old corn $4.25 per bbl. by tho load. attack of rheumatism this spring. Just Send your ordor to rub the affected parts freely with tf Aiinold & Simmons. Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold by all dealers. FAMILY HAIR lm DRESS ING Dwelling and Land For Sale. Our Line of Pratlow Canned Fruits are the Finest 35c Prat! ow Peaches 30c 2oc 22c 17c 30c can Waldorf Pears Hun 25c 20c .fs Peaches Hunts Pears 30c 35c 30c 30c 30c Ror'iau Gold Peaches Or Aard Gem jt crrades a Chea 15c can Roman Gold Apricots can White Cherries cau Red Cherries can Red Raspberries can Strawberries ......... c 27c 25c 22c 30c 25c 25c 25c Hawaiian Pineapple 30c 25c 15c 25c 15c can sliced can can can grated can grated ; 25c 20c ic 20c 12c III rflit-iw LlldbSWare dllii filaccwafA A prices from 19c to $2.50 at greatly reduced prices. Our lines of China, Cut Glass and Queensware are complete and a discount of 20, cents on the 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 Dwelling with about five acres of land. four miles from Berea, well fenced, Benefits the Kair of Men. abundance of fruit trees, good well of Women and Children., water at the door and in sight of church and school. Apply to M. M. Hamilton. Get a bottlo of delightful, refreshing Richmond, Ky., or Howard Maunin. t. PARISIAN SAGE, madam, and havo Blue Lick, Ky. everybody in tho houso uso it regularly. For rheumatism you will find nothinir It's fino for children as well as grown better than Chamberlain's Liniment. ups and B. L. Middelton guarantees Try it and soo how quickly It gives PARISIAN" SAGE to drive away dand- relief, r or sale bv all dealers. im ruff, stop falling hair or itching scalp, or monoy back. Largo bottlo 50 cents. Architect's Notice. "I think PARISIAN SAGE is cood as I am prepared to draw olans for a hair grower. It is good to rid tho hair buildings and remodelinc of all kinds. of dandruff and stop tho hair from fall- Will also furnish estimates or suDerin- ing out. It is a beautifier as well cs a tend construction of such work. Phono scalp cleaner. I intend to keep it in tho 101. Orders left for mo at The Climax house, I know it helped my head." office will receivo prompt attention. Hannah Uarkness, Marshalitown, Iowa. 31-t- f N. B. 30-4- Whirh viuuiuuivo Xr.nr-- To TUP RP QDi i.v.vjivj to 1111 ll l . If that of any other is better than mine ote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. J. J. GRE.ENLEAF. r'ai-.Hirlat- 'e 11 the candidates for the nomination for County Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic. 1 j Ha jug Painted Plates and Salad Bowls at Two barrels of Cut Star Tumblers to go at the low price of 10c each. Think of this cheaper than common glass Classy Easter Clotlies ReadyTailored 7nWV REMEMBER THE PLACE Teleohones . 16 i g 1 T ... I i and 223 j v aP rV Clothes tL There's no disputing the fact that at the.present time there are more men wearing clothes than ever before. In ready-tailore- d fH Mffii Tf No Cause To Doubt A Statement of Facts Backed hoes free from worms. These deadly prsts will rob pronta starve your mock roue tnem inin, scrawny ana nsany iouow ine aavice ex me dcsi Btonrman, you win aeve 4 T Keen tout la, re cf yo ft j by a Strong Guarantee. I NO MOKE LOSSES FROM WOMMS E. C Stone, Sec. of the American Hampshire Swine Record Assn. sere "I know of nothing so good, re liable and cheap to expel worms and put cogs in t.' condition to digest food as Sal-Ve- mm t a medicated nlt-H- imt irm tU other up worm moedlea. Sale, wre to kill worm, t ttodcneiM tara load late M aadaeaaj wu linaie in prime eosditloa to cat ssanwcprieee. uhmiqh itnsuni vmmlt U4ir. ucai-vet- - per oeta Mat per 4ar, keej ocaaeep. im ye r. bt W. D. Buckley & Company "Wo guarantee immediate and positive relief to Jln.?ere rom constipation. In eycry case where oar pBm,edy jtails to do this wp fPMTa the money paid Us for L fljat's a rank statement of fact, ap4 we jrarjf. yp Jp substantiate tbea at our risk. Bexall Orderlies are e!an jift Ijke candy, ar putieHtorljr jfpipt and agreeable in actios, may b iken at any ekf ar Right; 4e 'ot ause. diarrhoea, runa, gtlpiag, exeMcive loosenes. uadwiiftble fecis. They have a very mM Wt positive action. upoB th oryrMM with which they come la eootart, appwitly acting as a racvtasiM Kmic upou th relaxed mutekraatof Um rwwei, tbtts ovr oominr waaVaeea. and aUinr ia vth Wwele U or adh4wlthly tl, vjeos 9en ;wouiuaent let him come without any." "Dear Mica Rm!tl. Dl.... VAUUau .....vn. i iirjow Kachel Ahrnham Sim 1.0,1 n IVLV'I llXSi " ftv. umi Hiomer's liver." "Sir. f Blllsi. slrinllv 4U UIU JUU rnrhiA Queen fc Crescent Route. puuwnrag xuos. ior anytning' ue does, as we never, do so ourselves, except in Keducfd fjiflw fo Ojncinuatf and re turn, account ''rVpf4 fn. OJapiqu!' a Missionary JBxpoeiiioi) of ifltar$t to alj. TH will Jook a good while before vou Ticket h) sate March 1J iq 3,ialifiyej ifnd a Iwtter madiaiM for .ouehs and 18 to 20, inclusive; 3 to 27, incisive, pom thaa Chaaiberlain's Goujh and April 1 to 8, lwive, 004 riurn-invaiy give ralief-- iti mT- - 11 within four 4ya, jcludia- - dat of Try it Than you have a court ata. Apply to Afapt, or no, and you axe cartain to be pleased 4 OMacaat Route, for fU in, W Promot cure which it will faratatioej. .i4, Scat, For salt'ty all daalers. m 1 ---- activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurnassnbln and ideal for the uso of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils. That's why we back our faith in them with our promise of money back if thy do npt give entire satisfaction. Three sizes: 12 tablets 10 cents, 30 tablets 25 cents and 80 tablets 50 cents. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at our store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Sforfir School Excuses. Among a collection of notes from parents to teachers are the following: "Dere Miss; "Please oxcu maryboin win as uo nas oeo out on a nerrend." "Dear Madam: Jane has had to stop uume. as 1 navn Mmi tur(n it u 14 It t. v "occur 'SPwA m!j Collegian Clothes prke the great improvement in style, fit and finish is particularly marked and thre are comparatively few men ho can afford to disdain the -- again." "Dere Sir: Pleas oxcus Harry. WMVA He lUlUUI HUU U14 dMference and uivalent qualities m gatttteots. Our Spring aad Summer showing far rxccds our beat efforts rf ail pa oos. : made-to-measu- re Glothes Wtwetn Adler's Collegian c 'nM mHi Jf nmt.,Taat !iLir . v Pes taafo frog $15 ttltt c, J. S. STANIFER