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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 38th YEAR THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912 Annual Convention and Ora torical Contest of the Ky. I. P. A. to be Held in prohibitionists, but moro intelligent citizens, does it 'not deserve your en couragementi The college men are open minded and unbiased by prejudice. "is it an opportunity for thoso who are interested in the final eradication of the liquor trafllo to strike a telling blow for tho future by giving this movement their support? Yes, wo noed your support in a most liberal sort of way. Here is how you can encourage us most: "On the ICth of April the Annual State Convention and Oratorical Contest of tho Ky. I. P. A. will bo held at tho Eastern KentucKy State Normal School in Richmond. You will bo lending us your greatest encouragement by giving us your attendance at these meetings. Of course, you will want to come out and watch Richmond win the contest. which, by tho way, means a handsome prize as well as the honor of represent ing Kentucky in the Grand Inter-Stat- e Contest, which will be held in Syracuse, N. Y., in the latter part of April. Watch for specificate announcements which will be made later. State Executive Committee. NUMBER m 42 L. R. JBlaiiton : 2 Richmond. movements in the Interest of prohibition nas been the organization of the Intervonegiate 1'rohibitlon Association. Tho progress of the movement in some of the states within the last few years has Deen rapid and attended by definite and positive results. Three years apo the work was started in Kentucky and the idea is taking fast hold and awakening much enthusiasm mong the men and women or the colleges. As yet, few people outside of the college, have had opportunity tobecomo familiar with the uiuvement or 10 see us practical possi bilities. We shall state briefly a few things in general concerning the organi zation and the work, it is doing. It is strictly a student organization, tho purpose of which is to enlist tho interest of the men and women of the colleges in a fair and systematic study of tho funda mentals involved in the question of the liquor problem. Territory is organized by states, the work in each state being carried on un der tho direction of a State Executive Committee. The national head, locat ed at the city of Chicago, is kept in close touch with the local organizations through the traveling secretaries who visit each league at least once a year and make the arrangements for tho an y nual state conventions. organ iza fions have been effected in twenty-thre- e different stales with local leagues in 170 colleges and universities aggregatinz a total membership of possibly over 1,000. Six schools have been organized in Ken tucky, namely: Georgetown College, Transylvania University, Asbury Col- To-da- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: One of the most significant of recent Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock ROYAL Absolutely Pure Economizes Buffer, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more THE STEARNS & FOSTER Old Dominion Portland Cement and AH Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Corner Main and B BAKING POWDER MATTRESS (SJAMECW EVERY GEHUNE MATTRESS) f .. . ;:, '.vji , of. layers of cotton Telephone 85 Streets V V appetizing and wholesome m W(mK I f STAN WHS NEARLY THREE FEET HIGH Mk 1 COMPRESSED TO THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF l:fw: f f fMrT ONESIXTHl I l Tff 4 f HM W-ARE-1 X - VfU-i- : Cook Boy Eats 200 Pies The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar UNUL SPR1H61NESS jN M ''':'UM ,:. - V; : " :M : " " - . Yr:- - .. . 1 1 r Nordica At Lexington. Ono of the world's greatest singers. Mme. Lillian Nordica, a queen of the lege, Kentucky AVesleyan College, East Our great danger is ern Kentucky State School, and Berea our men aro going College. Interest in tho question of ignorant of tna that too many of out from college THE McGAUQHEY it but it was some-- : a feat, nevertheless. The resisting power of a healthy youngter's stomaca is thing to marvel at. But it's nothing to be compared to the resisting power t jo American Fence. A millibn farmers have chosen it the fences offered and a million farmers have found it ' strongest, springiest, best and longest lasting fence 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 r 2 of :-- Of course, he took 200 days to do Studio has been removed from the Schlegel building to the Clay building on Main street and is now open for business in the new location. - : fa! The Schlegel Studio is closed D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Prohibition is promoted among the stu dents; first, by tho organization of study classes and tho use of such literature and periodicals as are regularly furnish ed each member of tho league; second, by encouraging freo discussion among the students by means of questions sug gested for debate; and third, by arrang ing by weekly or monthly program upon which arc placed strong speakers, usually professional men of tho town, for ad dresses on different phases of tho ques tion. One of tho most interesting features or tho work is the arrangement for an annual series of oratorical contests. This idea is most effective in encouraging thorough study and investigation in preparation of tho original orations tho subject of which must always bo on some phase of the liquor question. These contests afford a wonderful op portunity for the development of thoso necessary qualifications for leadership. The significene of such a movement can not fail to bo seen. It is the educated men, tho men who aro ablo to think, whose interest we must enlist in tho solution of this question. "As go the colleges to day, so goes tho nation to morrow." The matter of temperance is a matter of education, and prohibition will come as foon as tho people como to see all the reasons why intemperance is bad. It is more than a moral or social issue that is involved in the liquor problem. Already it has become a political and economic factor that forces itself to be taken in to account, a problem which will require educated statesmen to solve. tromendous significance of this great four-folmoral, social, economic, and political, factor that is stealthily insinuating its poisoning influence in to every phase and organiza tion of our national life. And hence that apathetic attitude and hurtful on tho part of so many of them who occupy positions of influence Thoy have gone out into life and, though they may have escaped personally tho curse of tho drink habit, it is hard to get them to tako a definite stand on the matter of temperance simply because it has never been brought to bear upon their attention sufficiently to arouso an interest in an honest investigation of tho question; or, having been brought to their attention too late, they find thomselvcs so inextricably involved involved in its commercial or political trammols that they will not bo convinced. y is What our college men neod no less a knowledge of tho books taught in college, but a moro intelligent grasp of some of tho issues which they must face when thoy go out from college Most of tho college men will become leaders and influential citizons in their community. They need an opportunity to sot thomselvcs right on thoso questions while yet untrammolod and at liberty to form tlioir opinions unbiased by conditions affecting their trade or station. If tho I. P. A is doing anything to impose tho proper responsibility on the minds of tho college men; if it is doing any thing to encourage this spirit of broad minded and independent thinking among them; if it is making them, net operatic stago and the greatest Wag nerian singer in the world, will appear at the Lexington Opera House, in con cert, on Monday, April 15, 1912. Lillian Nordica has a place all her own in the hearts of tho American pub lic and she has oven succeeded in conquering the narrowness and prejudices of tho European capital, for there as here, she has been acclaimed as ono of the world's greatest singers. It can be undisputably said that Nordica is the most popular of all tho prima donnas. To the student of music her singing is ever an inspiration, while to the casual music lover and general public it is an unfailing source of delight. In days to come, never to have heard Nordica will bo considered as great a loss of opportunity as it is looked upon in this generation never to have heard Jenny Lind or Adelina Patti. At her concert hero not only will wo hear Nordica. but the program will have an additional attraction, in fact, two, in Myron vr. Whitney, the eminent American basso, and Komayno Simmons, the groat accompanist and pianist. The sale of seats will open Tuesday, April 0th, all orders accompanied by a remittance will receivo prompt atten tion. The prices will bo lower floor S2, balcony, $1, 81.50, and $2., and gal lery 50 cents. V You will say "I never knew a Mattress could be That's juit what satisfied users of so Comfortable." Dwelling and Land For 5ale. Dwelling with about five acres of land, four miles from lierea, well fenced, abundance of fruit trees, good well of water at the door and in sight of church and school. Apply to M. M. Hamilton, Richmond, Ky., or Howard Maupin, t. Blue Lick, Ky. 39-4- Steams & Foster Mattresses are sayi. You owe it to yourself to have a Stearns &: Fosler in your home and enjoy re that is Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's resl on a Stearns & Fosler Maltre cofts too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattrets. Stearas & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Stearns &Fosler Mattress. We'll gladly do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Stearns fit Fosler name. A mosl Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. H i OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 "W. For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try it and seo how quickly it gives relief. For sale by all dealers. lm 229 S. O. R. O. L. hustling Cash Store Tlie Are You Ready for Spring Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $ J 0.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. Every one i f , Men's and Boys' Suits Take a - look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. We have what you want and at v . ' values never before offered so low. Boys'. Suits at all prices. You know we specialize $J'0.00 and $15.00 Suits for men. 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There are 1S.9S3.432 microbes on the "Wear a smile on your face, Keep a laugh in your heart. to Maria "That woman," ho leaned across the tablo and tapped my. arm impressively, "was like a pillar of radium with phonograph attachments. She could manage anything anything; but when all her energies were bent on managing one poor man, why naturally it was too much fierce white light for any weak human being to bear. It shriveled me up. Believe it or not," y Mr. McCurdy's eyes took on a look and he nodded reminiscent gloomily, "but I wasn't Just Mrs. McCurdy's husband, I was her door mat, her kitchen mop. I was getting so that I ran and asked her if I could walk up the road a piece. Pretty soon she'd have been feeding me with a spoon. So, one day, I Just walked out. leavin' her most all the ready money I had; knowln' all the time that sh was smart as lightning at her trade dressmaking. Well " he shifted his position slightly, "nfter that, I drifted around quite a little, made and saved some money, and then went back there to settle down on the ranch and look after my properties. "Well, sir. do you know what? Llv-ithere on Beehive, and studying over things life and nature and what not I got to be quite a philosopher. I found myself" this with tremendous impresslveness "I remember the day when it came over me Just like a revelation. I was hoeing In tho melon patch, and suddenly I straightened myself up and threw down my hoe, and I seemed to swell up as big as the universe. Why, I almost shouted: 'I ain't afraid of Maria. I ain't afraid of Maria any more, not any more than I am of those darned Industrious ants yonder, which she's like. "So not long after that I saddled my horse and rode up the mountain to Maria's cabin; first time I'd clapped eyes on it since the day I left. I felt kind o' funny when I walked up that path, you bet. Well, Rosy came to the door and let me in; said her mother was at a missionary meeting but would be home soon. That suited me down to the ground. I thought I'd get things all arranged before Maria showed up. So, I broke it to Rosy with a good deal of pathos. If I do say it myself, that I was her long lost father." He shook his head gloomily. "But it didn't go. Rosy's a beautiful girl, beautiful, but she's got no temperament. All the time I was talking to her, and anybody'll admit that I got a persuasive way with me, she looked as If she didn't believe a word I was saying, and when I finished, she sat there with her eyes down and never opened her mouth. Embarrassing, wasn't It? "I was feeling kind o' foolish and not knowing what next to say when there was the sound of a key rattling In the lock and the next minute Maria walked in. "Then, would you believe It? Rosalie, a beautiful girl, beautiful, hut no, savor fair, says right off, like thjs: 'Mother, this Is Mr. Mcpurdy, hq says he's my father. "Fop a moment that seeined, tQ deprive Maria of her power pf speech, so I toolf my chance. ""'Yes, Maria, It's me, I said. After all these years.' I gpoko kind of touch-inglyoq know, as if overwhelmed with thoughts too deep for tears. Tcs, I've come back,' "What for? pays Maria, like that. Make anyone Jump. Sort of detonating, like a bullet fired off close to your ear. "'Maria,' I said firmly and friend of my better days, I leave it to you. If you ever knew any man that could he firmer than me, not praising myself at all, you know, but Just stating facts 'you had your own way for a good many years, and you certainly took it; but you ain't the only one that's had their own way. I've been having it right along down to Beehive Ranch, and,' here I spoke very slowly and im pressively, 'I found myself down there, and I'm not to be bulldozed, or cowed, or crushed by anyone that walks the earth." "Now If you talk to nine women, out of ten Just that way, they'll knuckle-downbut I'd have bet my last dime on Maria. I never yet saw any terms of speech that had any effect on her. She wouldn't hesitate to give a piece of her mind to St. George and then turn round and sass the dragon. I never yet saw man, woman, thing or situation that she was afraid of. So you may Imagine how the earth seem,: to rock when I heard her say, as gentle as a cooing doye: H'l can see, now, Henderspn, that ygu ain't been treated." just right, I've fiiways felt that there wa "only ope side to our story, and that waa mine.' Oh, how she sighed J 'But you've mado It plain to me now that you've got a side as well. No.' she shook her head slowly back and forth, you haven't been treated right; but no one,' and she drew herself up like a queen, 'no one has ever accused Maria McCurdy of not doing the best she could to set right her mistakes. So Henderson,' and here she extended her hand with a sort of royal gesture, Tm willing to make It up and let bygones be bygones start life anew.'" American Magazine. far-awan' y, f c--j Let your lips bubble over with song; Twill lighten the load As you travel Life's road And help some other sinner along." Mrs. Bettle Smoot is visiting in Mays-ville. i CHURCH NOTES. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly every Sunday in their apartments. 130 Second street. Sundav School at 10 o'clock a. m. Les Wednesday son sermon at 11 a. m. evening.testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Free reading room 15, Hobson building, open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Sunday, April 14, Are Sin, Disease and Death real! The public is cordially invited to any and all services. Beginning Aug. 18th. the Catholic Federated Societies of the United States, will hold its convention in Louis ville. It is expected that 60,000 visitors will attend beside the COO accredited delegates. Among the high dignitaries of the church, who will more than likely attend, will be Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston. Cardinals Gibbons and Farley have likewise been extended an invitation as well as all of the Catholic Archbishops and Bishops, and many of the distinguished orators in the clergy. Dr. D. H. Scanlon and Mr. Alex. Shaw are attending Presbytery at Harrodsburg this week. The Women's Missionary Society and French Mission Circle of the Presbyter ian church hold a joint meeting on Friday at the residence of Mrs. Waller Bennett. The Workers Circle meet at 1 p. m., on Thursday with Mrs. Edgar Wanton Dean Sumner, of the Chicago Cathe dral, has recently announced that those who wish to be married in his church must, in addition to their license, bring the certificate of a reputable physician that they aro sound mentally and physically. The Dean was chajrman of the famous Chicago Vico Commission, and thus takes another stand in social reform. Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart 5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits 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 McKBB The Richmond Climax. Theke is no question among those who have given the matter the least thought that our banking system needs to be reformed. Instead of being able to retlBlEO ETERT WtMESBU IT prevent, to cope with panics, the rigid-neof bank reserves and the efforts of CO THE CLIMAX PRINTING the bankers to get hold of all the money, (Incorporated.) tboy can, in times of stress, help to create the panicy feeling. The Nation Pres. and Mgr. al Citizens' League, for the promotion A. D. Miller of a sound banking system, is distribut Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. WhHe ing free literature on the subject, and a knowledge of the intricacies of financial PRESS ASS0CUTI0K KEKTVCKY problems ought to be easily acquired. The League has its Kentucky headLEAGUE. EIGHTH DKTMCT PUBLISHERS quarters in the Equitable Building, Louisville. Write to the Secretary, W. P. YEAB PEB 1.00 FRIGE Walton, for literature bearing on the is ADVANCE subject. It ss The attempt upon the part of Kentucky Congressmen to dictate to the I) Hue makers aa4 druggists agents Democracy of this State who it shall app oared before the Pure Food Board in support for President is the most brazen WasMagleB ami asked for permission in of the many attempts of a few men to eertata eases fee take the skull and cross boaes sign eff ef beUles containing With the preparations. potbonoMc death's head label eff tfi'e bottle, the druggiste might do mere business. the efcagrta of the dopers whea in midst ef their argument, in walked Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, who resigned from the public servtoe,beeause bis opposition t the doping ef geeds was net in with the Taft administration. Wbe Dr. Wiley alluded to the petitioners as "defers," it looked like a 'reefer-ail fight Whea objection was made to the ee of the epithet "dopers," Dr. Wiley concealed to withdraw that term if he eevM substitute "manufacturers of Boisea" la Us pteoe. The poison BMMHfaetMrers angrily demanded to know whom Dr. Wiley represented, and he replied: "Oae AmerieaH citi2ec,and I espeet to be here often." syra-patf- WEDNESDAY. APRIL M - - - 1912 i. 1S37, Deatlhs Im-agi- ae control the voters of Kentucky. Such actions will not be condoned by those preferenccs,a privilege every man should be conceded, and the sooner such is resented the better it will be for the Democratic party. We call at n t ofi lion to an item taken from the News, elsewhere in the Climax on this subject, and urge every reader of this paper to read same. Eliza-bethtow- OoxoBBes-MA-abet Ollie M. Javbs, Senator- frasi KeaUteky, will be temporary ehairmaa of the Democratic National Convention at Baltimore. This has been doaidod upon by the ef the Domeeratte National Committee, aeeerdiog to in formation by the Courier-Journa- l. The subcommittee, known as the Committee on Arraage-aeal- s, of which Urey Woodson of Kentucky k a member, recently held a meet log and decided to put Mr. James The committee and in as ehairman. not the convention has the selection of the temporary ohalrmaa. The selection of Mr. James to the position as chairman of the big convention is regarded as a tribute to him and as a compliment ako to Kentucky. Oot. Jack Chins, of Harrodsburg, candidate for the Democratic nomina Men for Congress in the Eighth district, oame to LeuisviHe today to get some "oots" made with bis picture on them for se in the papers in his district in advancing his candidacy. Col. Chinn saw a notiee in one of the papers stating that it was not known whether he was a candidate or not, as he had made no announcement in that paper, and he said the point was well taken. Col. Chinn said that he had always been ha asset (or tfee newspapers and now he wanted Ifeoea as an asset in his race for Congress Louisville Times. "Do touh buying at home" should be the and practice of every loyal citizen, no matter where he or she lives. Suoh a sentiment, backed up by the act itself, is the bulwark of prosperity and Nothing is ever industrial success. gained, in the final outcome, by sending or going away from your community for goods which can be bought right here. Often these goods look cheap, but prove very dear. In sending money away for supplies, you bid it an eternal goodbye, and such a practice, frequently indulged in. sjll impoverish any community. by-wo- Fsiekds of Editor Harry McCarty, of the Jessamine Journal, will regret to learn of his illness of typhoid fever. Mr. McCarty's condition is such that he has been taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, Lexington, for treatment. The well wishes of the entire Kentucky press and a host of other friends thcughput the State are extend to this excellent gentle man, all of whom will be pleased to learn of his permanent restoration to health. William W. Park born October 4th, died April 7th, 1912. William W. Park is known as one pf the best citi zens and one of tho best farmers in Madison county. He leaves a wife and four children; Charlie, Katherjne, John and Robert. To him had been borp ten children,but all of the others have died. He was a citizen of Estill county until about four years ago. when' be purchased the beautiful Moran farm near Kirks-villwhere he lived until the time of In Estill county, ho was his death. elected to the office of County Judge, which position he filled with honor and credit. His reputation is that of a man who can be copied after by his neigh During bors with delight and profit. the war, he enlisted in the Eighth Ken lucky Infantry, Col. S. M. Barnes, and there he showed the manly traits that characterized his life. He was lieuten ant under Capt. John M. Wilton, and there he achieved a glory that members of the valiant Stli might do well to re cord and pattern after. Capt. John M Wilson, than wnom there were none braver, acknowledged Mr. Park as one of his staunchest men. Soon after the war, Mr. Park came back to his old Kentucky home and married Miss Kate Poynter, of Bardstown, one of the charming women of that section. But now, Mr. Park has heard the "bugle call" that admits of no delay, and has reported "on the other side of the waters." His remains were interred in Richmond Cemetery Monday afternoon, e, The Elizabethtown News, one of the brightest and best newspapers in Kentucky, has enjoyed a continuous publication for more than thirty years. Dur ing these three decades Editor Harry Sommers has been at the helm and has piloted the News into safe harbor. This splendid paper deserves the great success it has achieved, and the wishes of many friends are extended Brother Sommers for many happy returns of the occasion. Of tuberculosis at her home, Red House, Ky., on Sunday, .April 7, Mrs, Maude Dykes, aged 32 years, wife of Mr. II. P. Dykes. Before her marriage she was Miss Barrow, of Clark county. Besides her husband, .she leaves two Funeral children, a son and daughter. services were conducted Monday at the Red House Methodist church, of which she was a member, by Elder Wright, of Winchester, after which her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground in Clark county. O'Reab denominated Senator Bradley as the greatest living Kentuekian, and this less than a year C. ago. Tba Senator does not seem inclined Judge E. to return the compliment, as he it out in a statement, denouncing the attempt of Judge O' Rear to go the Chicago Repub The remains of Mrs. Stewart formerly J(Use C. E. Booe, former State Aud- lican Convention as a deljgatje-at-largMrs. Horton of this city who died Sat itor's Clerk, who embezzled $10,000 of urday at her home in Mobile, Ala., were fitalc fcads. has been pa rolled by the Wilson, Clark and Underwood, candi brought to Richmond on Monday and Prison Com m Ustoners. Booe h ad served dates for the presidency, all bays follow- laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery three years in prison, having been sen- ers in Madison county, and clubs will be The body was accompanied by her son tenced to thirteen years in the organized here by the friends of the var Mr. Richard Horton, well known in this ous candidates. pity. e. years, and unmarried, died of tuberculosis at the home of his father, John Cruse in this city, April 5th. He had been ill for several years and death came as a relief. His remains were buried in the Rich mond Cemetery. 2G Mr. Whit Cruse, aged $1.98 MJJ J 1 Saturday, Apr 29 Jjjg 1 1 m One Day Only Gents large, roomy $3.50 Reed Rocker Shellaced and Varnished A good strong well built Rocker at $ .98 for Saturday, April 20, only. We will sell only 50 of these Rockers at $ .98 each--onl- y one Rocker to each customer Don't wait until after April 20, and exjpect these Rockers at this price, as this is a special purchase at a special price and offered for one day only Remember the date and come early 1 1 W. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Mrs. B. h. Banks is visiting her brother in St. Louis. Miss Pickett, of Mason county,. is visiting Mrs. D. H. Breck. Mr. Theo. B. Blakey, of Beattyville, was in the city Friday. Miss Myrtle Ballard spent last week with relatives in Lexington. Mr. John Marrs has returned from a visit to his sister in Lancaster. Mrs. Hawkins, of Elkton, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Grinstead. Hon. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay are at home after a pleasant visit in California. Miss Loujanella Wells was hostess at an Easter party on Saturday afternoon Mrs. Coleman Warlord, of Lawrence- burg, is a guest of her mother, Mrs. Hicks. Mr. Cropper has returned to Louisville after a visit in the family of Dr. II. 0. Jasper. Mrs. Elizabeth Crowe has returned from Greenville, Miss., where she spent the winter. Miss Cary Rice has concluded a delightful visit to Miss Mayday Logan, in Nicholasville. Mrs. J. P. Mann has returned home after a weeks visit to relatives in Paris and Carlisle. Miss Nannie Kid well, of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Kate Wilson, at Moberly. Mrs. M. S. Dudley is at home after spending the winter in St. Augustine and DeLand, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walker have re turned to Richmond after spending the winter in the South. Mrs. P. F. Adams and children are visiting Mesdames A. D. ann C. D. Miller near town. Mrs. Sam Ballard spent last woek with her brother John Stevens and family jn Lexington. Miss Jefferson and Mr. Salem Wallace, of Lexington, spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Parkes. The Cecilian Club will meet with Miss Helen Bennett this afternoon. Richard Straus is the subject. Mrs. R. E. Turley, returned Monday from Bethpsda Hospital, Cincinnati, much improved in health. The many friends of Miss Julia White will be gratified to learn that she has recovered from a two week's illness. Master Webst.er Taylor entertained a crowd of his little friends with a lovely Easter party pn Saturday aftprnpon. Mr. and Mrs- - T. If. Collins, Miss Saljie Shackplford and Mr. Irvine Hume were in Lexington to see Jghn Prew. 3Ir. Truman Tasgart returned, to Barbourvillo Saturday after spending sovoral weeks vith Mr. A. J). Miller. Mrs. S. R McGinn and daughter, Elizabeth, of Beattyvillo. spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Harry Scrlvner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank French, of Kodak, Ky., are guests in the family of Mrs Wm. French, near this city, this week. Mrs. D. H. Myers has returned from Florida where she has been for the past year, and will make her home in this city. Misses Margaret Tipton and Myrtle Gott are spending their Easter vacation with relatives in Richmond Georgetown Nows. Miss Mary Pickles has returned from Urbana, Ohio., where she has been visit-itin- g her brother, Geo. W. Pickels, Jr. and wife. Prof. Caneer, of Caldwell High School, has returned from Memphis, Tenn., where he attended the Southern Educational Association. Mrs. Thomas Park and little daughter, Bessie Carpenter, of Woodford county have returned home after a visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Green and Mrs. Bettie Park and son, Elmer, were in Cincinnati last week and visited "The World ju Cincinnati." Mr. and Mrs. James H. Dudley, of El Paso, Texas, have been spending several weeks with tho former's sister, Mrs. Jonah Wagers and family. Mrs. Carlo Brittaln and Miss Olivia Baldwin came down from Richmond to attend the burial of Mr. W. H. Shanks. Stanford Interior Journal. Miss Anderson, of Lexington, spent Saturday with Mrs. George Bogard Miss Anderson was formerly with J. B. Walker & Co.. of this city, and has many friends here. Misses Jane D. Stockton, Margaret Wilmore, Emma Watts and Jennie Parkes motored to Lexington to see John Drew at Lexington opera house Thursday of last week. Mr. Evan McCord, of Seattle, Wash., has been visiting relatives in the city and county for the past week. Mr.Mc-Cor- d left yesterday for Lexington, where ho will spend several days before returning home. Mr. Chas. Stanifer, son of Mr. Joe S. Slanifer, left Tuesday for North Caro lina where he will join a musical aggre Mr. Slanifer is a fine musician gation. and will prove a valuable acquisition to any musical organization. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Barclay, of Lexington, who have been visiting relatives in thi? county, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr$. Spth Tudor. Mr. and Mrs- - Barclay leave this week for Chicago to make it their home. Mrs. 0. P. Cunningham passed through Richmond Saturday enroute to her home in Middlesboro, altera months visit to her mother in Irvine. She was accompanied to this city by her sister, Miss Bessie Riddel, Mr. Don Wiggins, who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever, was able to be out Monday. Mr. Wiggins has had a very aggravated case of this dreaded disease, but is now on the road to permanent recovery. Mr. and Mrs. .R. 34. Dudley, of El Paso, Texas, arrived last week for a visit to his sister, Mrs. Jonah Wagers, and family. After spending a few days in this city, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley will leave for New York, from which point they will sail on May 8th, for as extend ed tour of Europe, Shoe fashions are most important and a disregard of their selection may mar the most effective costume. find the mode of the moment. This season there should be related touches between the various details In "Queen Quality" you always This gives full sway to the tendency towards the novel effects in colors and materials that characterize the new "Queen of your costume. Quality" models. Tan, Black, and White, the diversity of color represented in the new "Queen Quality" styles is particularly pleasing, especially when the ideas are carried out with such good taste and judgment In addition to the usual "Queen Quality" is always m the vanguard on style matters and this, coupled with their extreme flexibility and fine fit, insures to the wearer not only elegance of line, but ease from the first moment worn. that are different from those shown elsewhere, shoes that represent your own idea of what fashionable footwear should be, a splendid assortment in all the newest patterns, leathers and fabrics, you should see our Spring showing of "Queen Quality." If you wish to see styles We want you to see them at once. Why not to-da- y? W. D. Oldham & Go Richmond's Greatest Store CHILDHOOD A VARIED PERIOD Hog Cholera. The raisers of hogs in this county surely seem to be playing in hard luck. Until within the last month hogs have not been commanding very good prices, and now that they are beginning to play up around the $8 mark once more, a scourge of cholera is sweeping the county. Many of our farmers have sustained heavy losses from this disease, and others are compelled to vaccinate as a matter of precaution, and this of itself is a matter of no small expense. Lancaster Record. From Twenty Years, in the Human Race, It Grades Down to a Few Weeks Among the Birds, Why Teachers Have Not Been Paid. State Auditor Bos worth says the whole trouble over the of the school teachers resulted from the fact o that the estimate of the amount paid the schools is made as of the whole year and not for any one month. He ays that when the whole year is closed the teachers will be paid and there will be a surplus to the school fund, but at this particular time not enough money has come in to pay the school teachers, although there will bo moro than enough before tho fiscal year closes. nt to-b- ; The childhood of animals varies with the total length of life, with tho size, and especially with the position, in the life scale. Long lived animals, largo animals and highly developed animals usually have a long youth. The educated human being requires 2Q years to grow up; the savage about 15; the higher monkeys the gorilla and the orang 12 to 14 years; the baboon, 8 years, and the small monkeys, about half that time. The less Saginaw Silos Are Standard. Intelligent cat race has a. youth ot A Saginaw anchors with the patent but 4 or 5 years among the larger INNER HOOP and four base anchors. kluda. The vegetable-eatin- c animals. Tho patent Steel DOOR Frame places mostly of small Intelligence, grow up quickly, the buffalo and all the big strength where it is needed and insures doors. antelopes and deer having only about Tho strongest and best Silo on the a years of childhood, and the chamois somewhat longer, although the giraffe market. Write for catalog and prices. has 5 or C years. The elephant, the FOSTER HELM, largest of land animals and one ot the 4- --' Lexington, Ky. most intelligent, is not grown up until 20 to 27 years old. All birds have a short youth, looking after themselves I Will Stand the in i weeks to 3 months, but becomln Percheron Stallion grown up In 1 to 4 years. Many rep tiles like the tortoise, crocodile, and alligator seem to crow all their lives Certain other creatures have a short adult period the mayfly, for instance. spending 2 years on the bottom of a pong, and Hvlnir but a few hours aft er emerging fully grown from Its skin covering. Still more extreme is the American cicada, which eroDes 17 years underground, and lives but 2 or 3 weeks after emerging. air-tig- ht Our trade before Easter demonstrated to us that our styles were right and our prices correct. They brought them. Rice & Arnold. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scraf " until you reel as If you could ai' tear the burning skin from your i ou could r until It seems as longer endure these If endless days awful torture those terrible ms of sleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. t 'w famous Bczema Specific and. Oh P. roller! The Itch goae instantly' .' fort and rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external w that cleanses and heals the skin as nothing else can. A recosn specific for Eczema, PsorUi- or any other skin trouMe Wo can give you a full siza jc" -of the genuine D. D. T. rem. T. J1.00 and If the very first brittle to Blve relief it will not cot jj a cent tVe also can give you a samrT-- f " tie for 25 cents. Why suffer aut-- ir day when you can get D. D. D.? Born Minus Fingers; Sues Helen C. Pertram, three months old, has filed suit in St. Louis azainst the local street railway company, askinc damages for injuries received before her birth. A car in which her mother was riding struck a wagon and tho driver held up a band from which the fingers were missing. The sight of the deformed hand camo into tho mother's vision at the same time she experienced the fright of the shock. The child was born without fingers on its right hand. it' . -- ' STOCKTON & SON GTILL HAD Domestic A POINT TQ MAKE Public Sale! As Administrators of G. B. Turley, deceased, we, the un -signed, will sell publicly to the highest and best bidder at las iir i on the Boggs lane, about li miles south-eaof Richmond, Kj., t : st yvoman, insjp.xea upor One Oth- Difficulties Being Settled, er Understanding. BRILLIANT D. For the season of 1912, at my mother's place near Richmond, on Big Hill pike Largest Spring Is in Arkansas. Arkansas has the largest spring in the world, Mammoth spring, a full size river at its source. Spring river. A High Honor. Prof. D. C. MacBryde, former Principal of the Model School and who re signed that position to go to Yale College to complete his course and take his degree, has been awarded tho "Currio Fellowship of, Yale." This is a high compliment to Prof. MacBryde's schol arship and an honor well deserved ant) highly appreciated by his admirers in this city. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining in the Richmond, Ky., postofllco for the. week ond- ing April C: Pat Berry, D. S. Botkins, Mrs. Ella Brott, Chester Burnam, O. K. Chenault, Pert Coston, Miss Celia Dozier, Miss Lity .Francis, John L. Francis, Ven Horton,, Miss Shelia Johnson, Henry Lutes, Mrs. O. E. Moore, James Rollins, James A. Smith, Sun Linseed Oil Co. (2) Robert Todd, Mrs. Mary Wades. Mrs. Laura Walton, Miss Nora White. In calling for the above letters, please say "advertised," O. 0. WALIUCK..P. M. A colored couple was taken before the Juvenile court and against tho man was placed the charge of neg lecting his children. Judge Taylor gave advice as to what should be done to straighten out the family trouble so the couple could continue to live together and support the children. "You are earning ?8 a week, and have three children to support on that," said the judge. "It is evident that you must cut your expenses down as low as possible. You are paying for a piano by Installments. You will have to stop that, for people In your circumstances can't afford to have a piano. "You must leave tho house you are living in and move to a smaller one with lower rent. You ought not to pay over ?5 or $6 a month for rent. The mother objected to this, saying that she could not live in a respecta ble neighborhood under such condi tions. The Judge found that they belonged to different churches, and he advised' that the wife Join the husband's. cnurcn. He added that It was proper that the husband hold the purse strings. After many other difficulties had been smoothed over the case wa$ continued two weeks to glvq the nev methods a trial. The couple left, but at the door the woman turned to the. jimge ana saia: ' ''pa will be all right, but Ah n?usl Insist dat lie pinch his mouf an' stop diking about me." Indianapolis fewi Living Colt commencing .w-,.,,-; t.li fniirm-r' -w nromntlv at D10 A. Ar v vuw a.wvs t ; All V 11 'PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per property, namely : cheron colt, bred by . R. Grimsley of 15 hands high, extra good and well Lrr k Sweetwater. III., color frray. foaled April One Jack, 0, 1900. Sired by Gaulor's Percheron one good jack, broke; 2 good yearling jarks; 1 Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher yearling jennett ; 5 jennetts in foal ; 1 pair extra, four-yea- r . & Coleman, of Wayne, 111. Gaulor's mare mules ; 1 good mare mule ; 1 good . sired by Etretat. he by Volcan, ho by mare mule: 1 yearling mule : 2 meneviuo, ne Dy voiatire, no by Brilmules, broke r liant. Dam Masr.black mare bv Roscoe. work; 1 good work horse. 21 extra yearling cattle, i k ho by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize milk cows, due to calve; 2 Jersey heifers ; 1 yearling hnL. r; winner at the Chicago World's Fair, he 1 extra yearling bull; 8 nice shoats; about 4f barrels of c.r ; by Brilliant, one of the most noted Per-10 balea of hay; also an extra good lot of farming implement , cherons of either France or America,for which Mr. Dunham was offered a very consisting of wagons, plows, harrows, cultivate corn plant, r , long price to lot him co back to France. whea.t drills, mowing machines, binder, hay rake, tol.ac So it will bo seen that Brilliast D. is setter, tohaocQ screw, pond scraper, Platform scales, cf very deeply bred in the Brilliant blood. Lpt of wagon and plow gear, and carriage harness and spr ; anu is iuny entitled to me name of Uril wagon ; all kinds of farm tools blacksmith, harness and liant. I wish to impress upon pajtips having tools; fencing tools, and every thing necessary ivr t. mares to oreea, mat uniLLiAirr D. on tho farm. A nice lot of cured hog meat; about 500 exr weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the time good looust posts, end post and braces; some new farm gat. is at hand when it takes weight to bring about 10,000 tobacco sticks; lot of good lumber and sonn- w j. me money, iteaqers. o mo. Ureeqers Gazette will notice that within the last nut logs; 500 pounds of binder twine, and lot of other ttur few days large numbors of Percheron too numerous to mention. mares have beon sold for pxicos ground and exceeding $50Q. Care taken (o pre--: TERMS made known on day of sale. vent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. G. B. & W. B. TURLEY, Lien retalnod on colt until service fee is paid, or bred to Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. Administrators a. 11 V $15 to Insure a Thursday, April 18th, 1912, 4 , two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld ca-pen- ter - anotner norse. THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK Spring and Summer Dainty CM Lingerie DerrKnstration Hirsch's Goodies, Of Every lady who visits Vaughn's Ge- ory Store on Babuday, April 13, will recoiv a valuaM touvanir, both I ruing somotbing about Hiraah'a Goodies. fiss Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky It Davtlma Somnambulist 'The latest product of our complex xne Hu!"iuu a ishotel aayiime s)eep-walpr ' said clerk. "The New York habit pf turning night into day and yjee versa. Is responsible for him, Pe Is particularly likely to haunt hotels and lodging houses. Night hawka with somnambulistic tendencies are frequently among our numbered guests, and maids and porters now add to their regular duties a vigilant patrol of halls and corridors which the daytime sleep-walkwould be most likely to choose for a promenade. No body seems to know just what to dc with a person whose daylight slumber? him strolling about the hotel In a state of subconscious activity. "There are prescribed rules for tfei for treatment of a nocturnal aomnaramY Hs.t," Speak to him softly, touch aim peatly, .lead him back to his room Hand Embrold ery is suitable Jtwt pe. In tb case of a midnight for all occasions and all ages. epwalker that usually works, but Jut try It oa a man parading arouai) la kra4 daylight and whtt ha. PM- - Pytime sonMmbullcta mcm Inritaa mil avnra nt fannv tWttMMlly ud no mattw ' how geatl the attack, most of them Wk I eaU and inspect her ' nave to D escorted back to taatl tin at patterns and materials. a ayiterical condition." er TEN THOUSAND ROLLS 8 NEW 1912 Will also make the season at the same timo and place, at Long- Tom - WALL PAPERS Jwt reelvc4 awl arc M M at 2 l2c Siigte RiU- -8 prlac. ItomiMiw wc scat ym. male-. 510 to Insure a Livint; Coll Monev dun whnn rnH ii fnal1 mi parted with or bred to another horse or jack. This jack is of big bone, good head and car, and must be seen to be appreciated. His colts which have been foaled, are of exceptional swe and quality. Loso Tom will be to the mule world what Peter the Great and Rex Peavin are to the trottinsr and saddle horse world. He i by Wm. Todd's big Jack, VTLe Are bo hv MftrmarlliU-f- t K Big Andy, H by Tom Km, he by inuuL iuiiiiigioa; aa am oy .bears Napoleon. Mares kpt on gnat at 10 eaetsper dav. 'J but all cm take to pvctt mum. Will also staad my Silvwr Crtak Rod Baar Ho at tl.00 cash. WM U TIIBI VV 413ns Telsphona 190, Rihaood,Kr. Yards sd 4c, 5c, 6c Borden Sum ftkt is fliers y r Paper Hangim n IZlZalJ 2S Vest Mm Street PPr 4t 1Qc Pr roll (8 yards), ad Painting fc borders and ceil- - Eya lo beets ' fitah-etrua- c, Willomo Taper, Paiats Matte, atflirrtrs S. STANIFER 1 Young men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of Suits. Tke Richmond Climax. Your Spring Suit TIE CLIMAX PRINTING CO steak?"not quite ideal for the man of It is the house to do his work at home. (Incorporated.) For his personal convenience and comfort It Is preferable that be should do A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. it elsewhere. The temptation to run W. G. White In upon him, to read a letter, tell a hit of news or ask advice, is too great tUnb.r ( for the average woman to overcome. KENTUCKY PRESS. ASSOCIATION Seo'y-Trea- s. or, "Do parBoa. me for breaking Tn up-o- a your work, hut Aunt Jennie has. Just telephoned that she is coming to luncheon. Won't you step over to the butcher's and get a porterhouse T. J. B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb Home-Makin- g 11 By This Sign you Know-tha- t Spring is the Season of getting the one prepa- you are For everything and everybody. Our lists of deairaWe real estate skmM and will interest both buyers ami sellers. To tbe termer we eaa offer a number of fine building sHes and lots; atse man? fceaalMUl ami attractive houses of various styles a ad sizes far sale at nest Kbeml lm with property for sale will fted k greatly la their atHantage ta with us, as our class of cHeats is very large aad select Never before have the assortments been so complete. Our racks are brimming over with all the new styles Also, he gains something in the esand timation of the family by going away EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. in tho morning and returning at night, while for himself there is tho PER YEAR manifest advantage of a charming and $1.00 restful change of scene when he step3 IN ADVANCE within his front door to be stormed upon with kisses by the children and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 1912 welcomed by his true comrade and partner on the road. Woman's Home Companion. PECULIAR PRAYER ration that has stood the test for over thirty-fiv- e mains the tonic-food-medicine, n. Mst These tbeas and still re years V Q- COPYRIGHT Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Standard Style, Wear and Quality none is our equal For Fit, used and recommended by the medical profession the world over. Local and Long Distance T eiejJiI iui it:o.j 1 h I GS!Sinfi Richmond, Ky 4. Norfolk Suits They're the very style you want 'e show them in medium and dark shades e promise you the greatest value in all the land Our suits are now going, so come early that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Footwear We are leaders in Her Unlucky Star "Do you remember," asked Laura, rather tragically of Helen, who was calling on her, "the time we sorority girls rented a cottage for a month at Roblnsdale and I endeavored with my most persuasive arts to engage the wealthy landed proprietress to do our housework? Perhaps you recall how I labored with her under the mistaken idea that she was a newcomer in this land of the free and that she was looking for a Job as cook when she came to see us?" "Yes, I remember," answered Helen, with a reminiscent giggle. "I'm sure if I hadn't had the presence of mind to explain to her that you were bo pitiably near sighted you could scarcely distinguish the faces of your most intimate friends she would have turned us all out of the cottage in her indignation. I hope I shall be forgiven that very helpful little fiction about your defective sight." "Do you recollect," Inquired Laura sternly, "that other occasion when I told the girl who roomed next to us at St. Agnes' school that I had almost perished during the sermon of the long winded stranger preacher who had been inflicted on us in the chapel one morning?" "Yes," responded Helen, cheerily, "and sho told you with unnecessary emphasis that the visiting clergyman was her father! I haven't forgotten your expression of dismay. It was too comical. And the enormous quantities of our precious goodies that you lavished upon her failed to soothe her Injured feelings." "Did I ever tell you," Laura asked again with a grim countenance, "how last summer I gratuitously and forcefully favored a Princeton freshman with my scathing opinion of any boy who couldn't pass his college entrance examinations? If I did tell you I must have added that I found out later that be was conditioned on three studies. Of course the bright little summer flirtation with him that I had dreamed of promptly shriveled Into a mere frigid acquaintance." "Why do you Indulge In these painful reminiscences?" demanded Helen. "Because of all the many malapropos things I have ever said or done there is none other that equals my latest Helen, behold in me a quivering mass of contrition! I am think ing of having my horoscope cast by some professional wizard In the hope of discovering under which planet I am especially prone to make unfortunate remarks to the horror of myself and the indignation of my acquaint ances. Then I could either have myself gagged or I could retire from so ciety during that destructive period." "Your latest unfortunate remark must have been even worse than the one you made that time when you mentioned to Mrs. Ackers out at the golf club that you had greatly en; Joyed being in a foursome with her son and she thereupon icily informed you that she had no son and that Mr. Acker was her husband." "Ob, that was a mere pleasantry compared to the thorough manner in which I have forever lowered myself la the opinion of my cousin, Tom Bur rows. You know that I have always adored dear old Tom and when he confided to me a week ago that he was engaged I was tremendously excited I begged him to tell me the name of tho lucky girl. He described all her charms glowingly but refused to di vulge her name Just to tease me, I supposed, for Tom has always been an Incorrigible tease. "Well, last evening at the Montrose dance Tom came to me and said that the time had come for the great meet' lng of his favorite cousin and his sweetheart. "I eagerly followed him across the floor to the side of a most attractive looking girl. Then Tom actually introduced her to me as 'Miss Snickle frltz.' '"Ob Tom!" I exclaimed, reproachfully, 'How horrid of you J' "Then I turned to the girl and said, 'Of course you've learned already that my cousin always has to have his little Joke under all imaginable circumstances,' I "Tom glared at me furiously,-bu- t couldn't understand why, so I con tinued as pleasantly as I could, 'Please tell me your real name.' " 'Snicklefrltz,' she murmured. "I almost collapsed. Do you wonder that I feel it is necessary for me to take some kind of a cure?" I suppose Tom will never forgive me." "Most certainly not, Laura," was Helen's none too comforting assur ance. "How could ho, when the name is doubtless a thorn In his flesh? Snicklefrltz! Isn't It dreadful? How delighted she will be to change ber name!" Chicago Dally News, London's Consumption of Water. London consumed tho enormous to tal of 223,539,884 gallons of water ev ery day last year. This means that each of the seven million odd per. eons in tbe Metropolis used 31.57 gal Ions a day, and that at each bouse 204.24 gallons were disposed of in the Eomo period. TO COURT Error of Stenographer Responsible for a Few More Gray Hairs In Head of Lawyer. "They say that a lawyer has been saved by his stenographer," said an attorney, at a recent lecture. "That is true, undoubtedly, because a lawyer's stenographer, who Is observing, gets many points of law out of her work. "But there is another side to it that must not be overlooked, and that is tbe mistakes that a lawyer's stenographer makes. The law terms are so technical that it is not within reason to expect the stenographer to get everything exactly right "One of tho most amusing errors that I have ever heard of in connection with stenographic errors, If I may call it that, occurred in a certain law office the other day. The case was a divorce action, in which the' plaintiff alleged cruel and inhuman treatment. "Plaintiff, being a woman with all the common law disabilities, prayed the court fcr 'temporary alimony and suit money. The prayer was dictated to the stenographer and she wrote it out and mailed it to the court. lawyer "Shortly afterward, the chanced to read a copy and found to his horror that the stenographer bad made the prayer one for alimony and soup money.'" When Child Is Restless. The principal cause of restlessness and sleeplessness in children is indigestion, usually brought on by unsuitable food, overfeeding or Irregular meal hours. If a child cries a great deal. Is restless and loses sleep, look to the food and tbe time at which It Is given. of sleeplessness Another cause which Is frequently overlooked Is too much light In the room. It- - is natural to sleep in the dark, and it is particularly desirable that children, should do so, for they are very sensitive to all impressions. The tender eyes and brain need the complete rest and relaxation that darkness permits. In spring and summer, when the sun rises at five o'clock or earlier, children will waken unless the room is kept darkened. A green blind Is best for this purpose, and It Is advisable to use it in tbe child's bedroom If nowhoro else. Busy Chinese Hens. Scott's Emulsion is the embodiment of elements that make for Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chances are The farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at homo No doubt will be brought here, too. We are headquarters for Building Time Will strength. good health and AIX DRUGGISTS 11-- 23 soon be here and it will be to Announcemens FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deathcrago as a candidate for Shoriff of .Madison county, subject to tno action 01 tho Democratic party. Tho Climax is authorized to announce John F. Baldwin as a candidato for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to tno action 01 tho Democratic party. Wo fire authorized to announce X. H JONES a cnndldnte for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action oi the Demo cratic party. AVe nrc authorized to announce II. II COLVER a candidate for SlieriiT of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. eare hereby authorized to announce VAN H. BENTON a candidate for Slieilll of Madison County, subject to the action of the Democratic part)-- . We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Tho Climax is authorized to announce II. O. liice as a candidato for County Judge of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judge W. 11. Shackelford as a candidato for to tho olllco of County Judgo of Madison county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY TVo aro authorized to announce judob j. J. okeesleaf a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Vto are authorized to announce S. A. D Jones as a candidato for County At torney of Madison county, subject to tho action 01 ttio Democratic party. Wc ore authorized to announce R. H. CKOOKE a candidate for County Attomev subject tn the action of the Democratic pnrty. Wo aro authorized to announce O. V. to Jackson as a candidato for the office of County Attorney of Madi son county, subject to tho action of tbe Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We ore authorized to announce HENJA MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. Derintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo Ghoice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here WearWellShoe for Men" $4.00 Mayer VvW'aaaaaBi Becker.Chleaco & Co. W Special" at $3 and 53.50. We have the new things that the ladies want White Buck, Suede, Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that are guaranteed to fit. d agency for women. We have the sole agency for Rice & Hutchins famous Educator Shoes. We carry them in White Buck and Canvas 9 Sil-Ki- 'The Always Broaddus. 5anitary Meat Telephone 39 . j t. o. your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. Ml work guaranteed. All orders left at this offke will reach me f 5econd-s- t i Jeff Stone Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 11L "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." and "Royal Dai0Tijl her Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 1 9 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experience in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber jfi J-that go into a building J-& Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc The Man Who Knows a Good Thing when he finds it, always comes to Ricci's for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious steak. Tliero is no disappointment in the meal that is ordered here. It always gives satisfaction and delight to our patrons because we buy the choicest and have it cooked to suit the bonviant and the dainty appotite of the ladies who come to Cardui Woman'sTonic We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves tho great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic Try it I Your druggist sells it Write to: Ladies A Jrisorr Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Ttaa.. lot Special Int tractions, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women. " sent tree J SB re The J Todd-Edward- s Corner Orchard and Main-s- t Phone 100 Lumber Go. SS-l- t Riccrs TELEPHCNE 3 Richmond, Kentucky Dwelling of nine rooms with two acres of ground; good orchard, vineyard, stable, chicken house, coal house, smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first-clarepair. My family being small, I Relief For 25 Cents. desire to sell my home and buy a Instant smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to 33-t- f William Devore. Just to prove the true worth of ZEMO Have your furniture put in cood order and ZEMO SOAP, the makers have put ca the market a trial package for 25c, before spring cleaning. Baklow & Dozikb. that is truly a "blessing" to those 307 East Main street suffering from Eczema, or any other 30-t- f skin or scalp disease- - This trial packDan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone age consists of a generous bottle of and live stock insurance. tf ZEMO, a sample cake of ZEMO SOAP and a 32 page booklet, "How to Preserve the Skin" all can be obtained popufor (.only) 25c. The nation-wid- e South Bound. larity of ZEMO, the high regard in No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives which it held by the profession and the t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. thousands upon thousands of cases it No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De!.as promptly and permanently cured, parts 0:45 a. m. should cause you to come here at once No. 1. Louisville to Beattyville and get this new trial package at 25c at Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 Perry's drug store. No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Arrives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Attend To It Now. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. The Climax solicits tho horse and No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via jack cards for the season of 1912. We Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. have all varieties of fine cuts and can No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 6:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m suit your taste, no matter what you may Oar No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Standesire in this line of printing. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs prices will please you and we guarantee 7:25 p. m. satisfactory work in every instance. ' North Bound Come in and leave your order before the No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives rush begins. and Departs 4:10 a. m. Thomas' Electric Oil is tho best No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and "Dr Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. remedy for that often fatal disease Departs 0:25 a. m. has been used with success No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville croup It in our family for eight years." Mrs. Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Doparts 7:20 a-- m L, Whiteacre. Buffalo, N. Y. lm No. 2S. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. When you know of any marriages, No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Araccidents, sales of land, t.rths, deaths, rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. crop or stock, church news or lodge No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive ews, please telephone or write The 3:00 p. m. ( limax, so that we can inform people in No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m oiler parts of the country. We want r.ean news of every kind from every No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:54 p. m. 11 jcality. No's 31, 37, 33, 27. 34, 28, 38. 32 ar Dr Russell's Corn Remedy does the Dally trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e 36-t- f daily Except Sunday. work. Wines' Drug Store. ss ECZEMA 5UFFERER5 HERE 15 GOOD NEW5 For 5ale Privately. China find life more real and earnest than enjoyable, for, it is said, when not hatching out broods of their own kind, the additional and novel task of hatching fish eggs Is thrust upon them. It would appear that the bens of Lovely Hair For Girls Boys. And L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- The man who is bald at 30 can usually blame his mother. It is a mother's duty to look after her children's hair; to be sure that a dressing is used that will destroy the microbes of disease, will banish dandruff and promote a growth of hair. Mothers who use PARISIAN SAGE need never worry about having sons at 30 or girls with faded coarse looking hair at any age. For B. L. Middelton knows PARISIAN SAGE bo well that he guarantees It to abolish dandruff; to stop itching scalp and falline hair, or money back. And children.as well as their parents, love to use PARISIAN SAGE, for it is so refined and pleasant and makes the head feel fine'instantly. Price 50 cents. bald-head- Chinese owners of hens col lect fish spawn, introduce it into empty eggshells, hermetically seal them and place them under the deceived and conscientious hen. In duo time the shells are removed and the spawn, now warmed into life, is emptied into a shallow pool. Here tho fish which appear aro nursed and guarded until strong enough to be turned into a lake or stream, and subsequently add to tho edible resources of the people. "Big Seller" of 1758. r RHEUMATISM "S Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY all forms of Rheumstiim, lumbago, pont, tore mnscltt, ttiff or nrollen joints. It quickly rclieTes the levers paiai; reduce! the fever, and eliminate! the po'uon from the system. CO cent a box at druggists. cratic party. It has long been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty welldurlng the first term of office, and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast your vote for R. B. Terrill for to the office of County Court Clerk. His record is open for the closest inspection, tf Let us give you a bid on your house painting, outside oi inside. Only best material used. Workmanship guaranBablow & Dozibr, teed. 39-- tt 307 East Main street. Compleat Housewife, or Accomplish ed Gentlewoman's Companion," which bad run Into 16 editions by 175S, extols Its virtues. Accomplished gentlewom en who find their sight failing with ad vancing years are advised to rub "the right sort of Portugal snuff into tho eyes night and morning, and take It also through the nose." This treatment, it 1b asserted, "cured Sir Ed ward Seymour, Sir John Houblon and Judge Ayres, so that they could read without spectacles after they had used them for many years." Some people would prefer spectacles. Venetian Palace Where Wagner Died. Apropos of the return from her chateau In Styrla of the Duchesse della Grazla to her palace In Venice, a Paris contemporary gives an Interesting account of Vendramln, which Is not only one of the most beautiful residences on the canal, but It Is closely associated with the history of the city of the doges. It was built in 1441. German princes occupied It at first Then It passed into the possession of the duke of Mantua, who purchased it for 60,000 ducats of gold. It was the scene of grea.t Boclal events under the Archduke Charles Ferdinand of Austria and bis wife, Anne de Medlcls, In 1652, and through them the palace has come into the possession of the present owners through marriage. It was here, that Richard Wagner died in 1883, Tbe desk at which he wrote "Tristan und Isolde" Is carefully pre served. Some years ago a plaque was affixed to the palace showing Us connection with tho great composer. In more hardy days than these snuff was used as an eye liniment "The TIME TO KNOW THIS What Any Woman With Piles. Hem-roi- d Will Do For Many a woman drags along a life of misery with piles because she does not the sugar-coate- d know of HEM-ROItablet remedy that cures anv kind of piles, by restoring good circulation of blood in the swollen, clogged parts. HEM-ROIis sold under a guarantee of satisfaction by B. L. Middelton and all druggists. $1 for 24 days' treatment. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B. Buffalo, N. Y., malls a free booklet describing it. D tne action oi the Democratic party. Wrlio for a Free trial Box FOR JAILER Dr. Whitehall Megrlmlno Co. 188 8. LafayatU St. South Band, Ind. Wenre authorized toonnounceMORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Joiierof Modison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce Clyde Raybukx a candidate for Jailor of Madison county, subject to tho action of the , Attorney at-LDemocratic party. Kentucky. Richmond, Wo aro authorized to announce XT Cotton, Jr., as a candidato for Jailor' of thee over State Bank & Trust Co., Madison county, subject to the action or Court House, on Main Street. the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco W, Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, GREHNLEAF & HERRINGTON subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Lawyers FOR ASSESSOR Office in Douglas & Simmons new We are authorized to announce GEORGE Building on Second Street NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of opp. Court House party. the Democratic We nre authorized to announce W. F, 1 ARMAN a candidate for Afi(K.;nrnf Mail. ison county, subject to the action of the 4arry M Blanton, party Democratic DENTIST We are authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS n candidate for Assessor of --OC3ce Madison county subject to the action of the to BennMt Bni.jiu?. Democratic party. IHlPHONKIM ,inly We are authorized to announce P. S. WH1TLOCK, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. bnccessor to Burxin & Denny FOR COUNTY CLERK The Climax is authorized to announco Orer State BanK & Troat Company TELEPHONE S R. B. Terrill as a candidate for the oillce County Clerk of Madison county, sub of ject to tho action of the Democratic party. We ore authorized to announce LaRueC. Specialist House a candidate for County Clerk fo laaison county subject to the actlou o In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Democratic party and THROAT Richmond, Ky Oldham Bldg. FOR CITY ATTORNEY at WeareTauthorized to announce Win. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject 10 uie action oi xue xretiiocrauc parry Wo aro authorized to announco Prof. Harvey II. Brook a candidate for Super intendent of Public Schools, subject to For 15 yexrt a Stxndird Remedy for te OocnUht TS3B. by tfcs buuJant Sir. Co. R. Emmett Million placed in the M ON EYwant, decrafljirinnbank against In no anrJ fnee is secure, and provides other way can you secure an indemnity against the rigors oi lime DENTIST 5TATL BANK & TRUST COMPANY RICHMOND, KY Dr. M. Dunn Wo are authorized. to announce MUR RAY SMITH a candidate for Citv At torney of Richmond, subject to the action Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Offlco of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce D. M. CIIENAULT a candidate for City Attorney, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE Telephom 267 in Oldham Building t The Imperial Double Disc Harrow Prevents Theft From Barrel. A simple faucet which can be locked ed: ''You seem to be waiting for some to prevent the misuse of the contents of a barrel to which It Is fastened has one." He was nearly taken off hi3 feet been devised by a Pennsylvania invenwhan tbe woman wltb a quick reply tor. said, "I think you are mistaken, Santa Clans." The Individual left HOME POOR PLACE TO WORK gray-bearde- d sud-aeaJ- We aro authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond. subject to the action of tho Democratic partv. Discomfited Masher. A masher, easily over We aro authorized to announco W. L. sixty years of age, was given a cold Leeds for Police Judgo of Richmond. reception when he endeavored to be- subject to the notion of the Democratic come acquainted with the wife of a party. n newspaper map recently. The Climax is authorized to announco The day was cold and rainy. Tho Superintendent John Noland as n can' newspaper man's wife was standing didate for the oftlce of Police Judgo of holding an open umbrella. She was the City of Richmond, subject to the ac tion of tho Democratic party. waiting for her car. The Individual unannounced stooped under her umbrella, and stood beside FERRIELL ber for an instant before be remarkgray-haired well-knowgray-bearde- d H. I. PATRICK DENTIST i i Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in Bonk Building. JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. PHONE 83, or 481. J. T. Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of those its patron neodlng services of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Bt, Whenever PM; StieuM Be Away In Daytime. frm the That Man Haiwc The forward secUotw cut the ground and throw it outward. The rar sections work it again and throw it.back Once to its original porittea. The ground is leveled and pulverized and left ia perfect condition for seeding. over the field v.tth an Imperial Double Disc does as much work as twice over with a Single Disc and does it d expense of discing is reduced . Th more thorong An ordinary P sc Harrow or sir or seven foot cut is jronerally used with three horses. An Imperial Double Disc of the same width at cut requires only four. The saving of horse power is accomplished: Fir't, by the form of th machl&e. The double action of the the two harrows, one attached to and immediately following the other, require nuch less than tho power of two seprie barrows. Second, by the shape of tbe bjds. The scalloped blades, though better pulverisers tb&a solid blades, kve less bearing service againct tfa surface they move and consequntly have um rft. tie one-hal- f. Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street Tk-- nan of the boHM should Rot &e the hi an la the bouse all day kmc, If it can he helped. If he be an artlat with a atodio at hoa, a mlnteter with a study at the top of the houe; a with offlc. hoars, or aay other maa who la accustomed to carry oa much coaxing and questioning he wts hk work at bom, tb bouaabold ltactf to him, and la a prevailed upon to tell the reason; of mm iBOfM his pMoc. It ia true bis refusal. God woa't have time to"'Cause that b ia eooataatlr sabjact to interruption when he works at bom, hia night to hear thea, beU be toe busy wifa softly opening ta door to aay, aaseeklac Mr. Brews." "The Milkman baa called for bis bill, Beveo baaael beriel beat' Eaaawa Salt and eaaaot stake eaaaca," or "flan bed? baa asked, far 70a at tbe door. for 11.60. Telephone 110. W. W. Bmaddus & Oo f Will you ,B$. $9 dowu and sea e phy-atek- K I. JMiaaie was out walking with hi: aarse, wke stopped with him to look Dentist. at a funeral oa his block. As the cof-lOfflco next door to Govornmeni builJ was carried down the stoop John-alasked. "What is that?" Nurse re- ng Richmond, Ky. plied, "That's the box Mr. Brown is Fof Hard to Pierce. ia." A dense or thick fog will obscure Waea asked that night to cay bis prayers be refused to do so. After objects at a distance of 1.000 feet a e Ne Use. R. Pennington H. C JAMES The recent accident to bb oceac steamer of the Anchor lln illustrates the fact, An Iceberg waa rw lata as sooa as Been. After th cattlafoa tk-passengers could haar tW ache froar thIr voices reflected by taa walla o er though taa Icebwc a tavtolhta to thera. OtaawiM, tbara ara aa e Will buy or sellyour house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended, to. See him if his services are needed. "We H H Hi I Both are eliminated the I I Remington I I I H I by Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (Wahl Adding McKanisffi) The machine which reduces every operation of writing and calculating to a mechanical jWRITINGl VISIBLE .1 'fcSiwit j I ADD! WfCM VISIBLEB hlr fMuranee CoyMHiir thi. repre&eat iro bouad r- - - - dl-t- .SaflfLaaiBaaa mHWmTmm Mtrt fcr a Rttf Mmn Tmi Mtrf It? FUNTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE OrJkavry Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves k. Rxfi. Tht PRODIGAL READY we are sure you will be safe at Belle Plain with Just the Cavendishes, 1 as best am going Into Raleigh He spoke so I can until spring." gravely that she asked in quick alarm. "And then, Bruce what?" long disregard of consequences which Oh, Betty, I'm star"And then had characterized so many of that acts, and his plans ving" All In a moment he lifted her gentleman's shaped themselves accordingly, with slender figure In his arms, gathering this result; that when the Judge took her close to him. "And, then, this occasion to call at the tavern, and the and this and this, sweetheart and hostile nature of his visit was em- more and oh, Betty! Betty!" phasized by tho cautious manner of CHAPTER XXXV. his approach, he was greatly shocked to discover that his Intended victim The End and the Beginning. had sold his business overnight for a When Murrell was brought to trial small lump sum to Mr. Saul's brother-who' had appeared most op his lawyers were able to produce a host of witnesses whose sworn testiportunely with an offer. Pegloe's flight created something of mony showed that so simple a thing a sensation, but it was dwarfed by as perjury had no terrors for them. the sensation that developed a day or His fight for liberty was waged In and so later when It became known that out of court with Incredible bitterTom Ware and Colonel Fentress had ness, and, as judge and jury were likewise fled the country. Still later, only human, the outlaw escaped with Fentress' body, showing marks of vio- the relatively light sentence of twelve lence, was washed ashore at a wood-yar- d years' Imprisonment; he died, howbelow GIrard. It was conjec- ever, before tho expiration of his tured that ho and Ware had set out term. The judge, when he returned to from The Oaks to cross the river; there was reason to believe that Fen- Raleigh, resumed his own name of tress bad In his possession at the Turbervllle, and he allowed It to be time a considerable sum of money, known that he would not be offended and it was supposed that his com- by the prefix of General. During his panion had murdered and robbed him. absence he had accumulated a wealth Of Ware's subsequent career nothing of evidence of undoubted authenticity, was ever known. with the result that his claim against These were, after all, only episodes the Fentress estate was sustained by in the collapse of the Clan, sporilic the courts, and when The Oaks with manifestations of the great work of its stock and slaves was offered for disintegration that was going forward sale, he, as the principal creditor, and which the judge, more than any was able to buy it In. other, perhaps, had brought about One of his first acts after taking This was something no one quespossession of the property was to tioned, and ho quickly passed to tho have Mahaffy relnterred in the grove first phase of that unique and peculiar of oaks below his bedroom windows, esteem in which ho was ever after and he marked the spot with a great held. His fame widened with the suc- square or granite. The Judge, visibly ceeding suns; he had offers of help shaken by his emotions, saw tho which impressed him as so entirely massive boulder go Into place. "Harsh and rugged like the nature creditable to human nature that he quite lacked the heart to refuse them, of him who lies beneath it but enespecially as ho felt that In the Im- during, too, as he was," he murmured. provement of his own condition the He turned to Yancy and Hannibal, and world had bettered itself and was added: "You will lay me beside him moving nearer those sound and right- when I die." eous Ideals or morality and patriotism Then when the bitter struggle came which had never lacked hlo indorseand he was wrenched and tortured by ment no matter how inexpedient it longings, his strength was in rememhad seemed for him to put them into bering his promise to the dead man, practice. But he was not diverted and it was his custom to go out under from his ultimate purpose by the the oaks and pace to and fro beside glamour of a present popularity; he Mahaffy's grave until he had gained was able to keep his bleared eyes the mastery of himself. Only Yancy resolutely fixed on the main chance, and Hannibal knew how fierce the namely the Fentress estate and the conflict was he waged, yet in the end Qulntard lands. It was highly im- he won that best earned of all vicportant that he should go east to tories, the victory over himself. "My salvation has been a costly South Carolina to secure documentary evidence that would establish his own thing; it was bought with tho blood and Fentress' identity; to Kentucky, of my friend," he told Yancy. where Fentress had lived prior to his It was Hannibal's privilege to give coming to Tennessee. Cavendish out of the vast Qulntard Early in November the judge set tract such a farm as the earl had never out by stage on bis Journey cast; he dreamed of owning even In his most was accompanied by Yancy and Han- fervid moments of imagining; and he nibal, from neither of whom could he abandoned all idea of going to Engbring himself to be separated; and as land to claim his title. At the judge's the woods, flaming now with the suggestion he named the place Earl's torch of frost, engulfed the little Court He and Polly were entirely town, he turned In his seat and looked satisfied with their surroundings, and back. He had entered it by that very never ceased to congratulate themroad, a beggar on foot and in rags; he selves that they had left Lincoln counwas leaving It in broadcloth and fine ty. They felt that their friends, tho linen, visible tokens of his altered Carringtons at Belle Plain, though unfortunes. More than this, he could titled people, were still of an equal trust his hands deep down into his rank with themselves; while as for once empty pockets and hear the the Judge, they doubted If royalty Itclink of gold and silver. The judge self laid It any over him. slowly withdrew bis eyes from the Mr. Yancy accepted his changed last gray roof that showed among the fortunes with philosophic composure. trees, and faced the east and the fu- Technically be filled the position of ture with a serenely confident ex- overseer at The Oaks, but the Judge's activity was so great that this posl- pression. TO FOLLOW LEADfl had a sinking spell. He recalled the snuffing of tho candles by the Judge, an extremely depressing memory under the circumstances; also the reckless and head"Pegloe promptly to-wa-it Unless It Is Fear, There la No Contagion So Quickly Spread as That of Emotion. George F. Bass used to tell a story .that Illustrated the contagion of emotions. An old darkey sat by his fireside in a dejected frame of mind ruminating on the miseries of the human race. Towser, his faithful hound, lay on the hearth with his jowl on his paws, absorbing the heat in blissful somnolence. Presently the master groaned courteously sepulchrally. Towser opened one ieyo for a second and tapped on the floor with his tall. A. silence. Then said the master: "Houn. man am bo'n to trouble as de spaTcs fly upwa'd." Towser shook off slumber for a moV ment, lifted his head and evinced his" sympathy by a steadfast look, then settled down to dreams again. Another silence. Then tho. master Inspired to fuller expression of his woes by the response of his auditor, con- FEEDING , i For Producion of Eggs This is one very essential point, whioh yeu sfeoakl never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay ualasi they are supplied with the material from wMeJtiKfsrs are made. A Hen is only a maohine fer maldas; Isxs out of the material which she find's In her Pmi, aad unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, aleex with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGOS. C Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildings. CKantLeakKIeets insure absolutely water fight C Your Dealer caa furnish Sanples and Proofs. C. If cot, ask Usl JUDGE fUVSTJlATIOffS CorPioZ tfrr. foe Ooefll-McMi- BrJ).MLVJlt CofAfrtr I In-la- SYNOPSIS. ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, Soldt by ToddEdwards Lumber Co. 3 CHAPTER I. The scene at the opening of the story Is .laid in the library or an old worn-out southern plantation, known as the Barony. The place is to be sold, and its history and that of the owners, the Qulntards, Is the subject of discussion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a business man, a stranger known as Bladen, and Bob Taney, a farmer, when Hannibal Wayne Hazard, a mysterious child of the old southern family, makes his appearance. Yancy tells how he adopted the boy. CHAPTER IL Nathaniel Ferris buys the Barony, but the Qulntards deny any knowledge of the boy. Yancy to keep HannlbaL Captain Murrell. a friend of the Qulntards. appears and asks questions about the Barony. CHAPTER III. Trouble at Scratch Hill, Taney's home, when Hannibal Is kidnaped by Dave Blount, Captain Murrell's agrent. Taney overtakes Blount, gives him a thrashing and secures the boy. RICHMOND. KY CHICAGO, ILL, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, COLUMBUS, DETROIT, 0., MICH., 0., 0., 0., AND ALL POINTS NORTH. ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., DALLAS, TEX., GALVESTON, TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEPORT, LA., AND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. all points North, East, South and West VIA reached THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. FM H. FARES AND ALL OTHER 1NF0RUATI0K, CALL ON OR WRITE C B wagg sa Ticket Agent, IS! E. Main St, -A. tHKU-K-. Otmtni PMWBfg- - Agat. KIMB. - - - - LEXINOTON, KY. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at nibal escapes In a canoe. CHAPTER VTL Hannibal arrives at the home of Judge Slocum Price. CHAPTER VHI. The 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 IX. Cavendish family on raft rescue Yancy, who Is apparently dead. Price breaks jalL CHAPTER X. Betty and Carrington arrive at Belle Plain. CHAPTER XT. Hannibal's rifle discloses some startling things to the Judge. Hannibal and Betty meet again. rell CHAPTER arrives In Belle Plain. Is playing for big stakes. CHAPTER Xm. Taney awakes from long dreamless sleep on board the raft. CHAPTER XIV. Judge Price makes startling discoveries In looking up land titles. Charley Norton, a young planter, who assists the Judge, Is mysteriously assaulted. XII.-Mur- warrant for assaulting Blount, Taney appears before Squire Balaam, and Is discharged with costs for the plaintiff. CHAPTER V. Betty Malroy. a friend of the Ferrises. has an encounter with Captain Morrell, who forces his attentions on her. and is rescued by Bruce Carrington, who threatens to whip the captain. CHAPTER Vt Betty sets out for her Tennessee ho-- e. Carrington takes the same stage, jancy and Hannibal disappear, with Murrell on their tralL He overtakes them In the mountains of Tennessee. Murrell gets Yancy drunk and stabs him in a fight that followed. Han- CHAPTER IV. Yancy Is served with a Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone 62 Opera House Building rington that Betty has promised to marry him. Carrington bids Betty good-byNorton is mysteriously shot. CHAPTER XVL More light on Murrell's plots. He pluns uprising of nee. CHAPTER XV. Norton Informs Car- groes. Going to Build? Liimbcp BLAHTOK-COn&LETOn IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Incorporated Ml COMPANY Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 CHAPTER XVII, The Judge and Hannibal visit Betty. CHAPTER XVHI.-Be- tty 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 HannlbaL CHAPTER XXII. The Judge takes charge of the situation, and search for the missing ones is Instituted. CHAPTER XXIH. Carrington visits the Judge and allies are discovered. Price visits CHAPTER XXTV.-Jud- ge Colonel Fentress, where he meets Taney things of Imporand Cavendish. Learns tance about the boy. dashes a glass of whisky Into the colonel's face and a duel Is arranged. Is arrested CHAPTER XXV.-Mur- rell for negro stealing and his bubble bursts. CHAPTER XXVT. The Judge and discuss the coming duel. CHAPTER XXVII. Carrington makes frantic search for Betty and the boy. CHAPTER XXVIII. Carrington finds Betty and Hannibal, and a fierce gun fight follows. Taney appears and assists In the rescue. CHAPTER XXIX. Bruce Carrington and Betty come to an understanding. CHAPTER XXX. The Judge receives an important letter. CHAPTER XXXI. Solomon Mahaffys last fight. Fights duel for the Judge and Ma-haf- fy Is killed. Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE CHAPTER XXXII. Hannibal proves to be Judge's grandson, and told the story of his life. CHAPTER XXXIII, Murrell's friends attempt to free him. Judge frustrate! plans. CHAPTER XXXIV. The Judge comes Into his own and Carrington decides not to leave Belle Plain. CHAPTER XXXV. Murrell brought to trial, convicted and died in prison. supremacy between Fentress and tea Judge. On the edge of the railed-of- f space they confronted each other: the colonel, a tall, for presence; the judge, shabby and unkempt. .For a moment their eyes met, while the judge's lace purpled and paled, and purpled again. The silence deepened. Fentress' thin lips opened, twitched, but no sound came from them; then his glance wavered and fell. He turned away. "Mr. Sheriff!" he called sharply. "All right, colonel!" "Take your man Into custody," ordered Fentress. As he spoke he handed the warrant toward Betts, who looked at It, grinned, and stepped toward Hues. He would have pushed the judge aside had not that gentleman, bowing civilly, mado way for him. "In my profound respect for the law and properly constituted authority 1 yield to no man, not even to Colonel Fentress," he said, with a gracious gesture. "I would not place the slightest obstacle in the way of its sanctioned manifestation. Colonel Fentress comes here with that high sanction." He bowed again ceremoniously to the colonel. "I repeat, I respect his dependence upon the law!" He whirled cuddenljr. "Cavendish Yancy Carrington I call upon you to arrest John Murrell! I do this by virtue of the authority vested In me as a judge of the United States federal court, His crime a mere trifle, my friends passing counterfeit money! Colonel Fentress will Inform you that this Is a violation of the law which falls within my Jurisdiction." and ho beamed blandly on Fentress. "It's a lie!" cried the colonel. "YonH answer for that later!" said the judge, with abrupt austerity of tone. "For all we know you may be some rugltle from Justice! Why, your name Isn't Price!" "Are ysm sure of that?" asked the judge quickly. "You're aa Impostor! Your name Is Turberrllle!" "Permit me to relieve your apprehensions. It Is TurberriUe who has received the appointment. Would you like to examine my credentials; 1 have them by aae no7 I am obliged for your lBtrotluetlofl. It could not have come at a more timely moment" The judge seemed to dismiss Fentress coBtemptuously, Once more he faced the packed feeatcbes. "Put down your weapons!" be coBtmaded. "This man Harrell will not be released. At the arst eKort at rescue Toe will be shot where fee stta we hare sworn It kie jkUn is at m eftd." tie Dtalked Bearer the beaefcee. "Not roe edanca la a fa a saa ramaias to. kirn. Either well-cared before every Judge in the state, If necessary, until we And one with courage to try him! Make no mistake it will best conserve tho ends of Justice to allow the state court's Jurisdiction in this case; and I pledge myself to furnish evidence which will start him well on his road to the gallows!" The judge, a tremendous presence, stalked still nearer the benches. Outfacing the crowd, a sense of the splendor of the part he was being called upon to play flowed through him like some elixir; he felt that he was transcending himself, that his inspiration was drawn from the hidden springs of the spirit, and that he could neither falter nor go astray. "You donjt know what you are meddling with! This man has plotted to lay the south in ruins he has been arming the negroes it Is lncredlblo that you should all know this to such I say, go home and thank God for your escape! For the others" his shaggy brows met in a menacing frown "if they force our hand we will toss them John Murrell's dead carcass that's our answer to 'their challenge!" He strode out among the gun muzzles which wavered where they still covered him. He was thinking of Mahaffy, who had 6ald he was sUU a man to be reckoned with. For the comfort of his own soul he was proving it "Do you know what a servile Insurrection meansT-o- u men who have wives and daughters, have you thought of their fate? Of the monstrous savagery to which they would be exposed? Do you believe he could limit and control it? Look at him! Why, he has never had a consideration outside of his own safety, and yet he expects you to risk your necks to save bis! He would have left the state berore the first blow was struck his business was all down river but we are going to keep him here to answer for his crimes! Tho law, as implacable as It is Impartial, has put its mark on him the shadow in which he sits Is the shadow of the gallows!" Tho judge paused, but the only sound In that expectant silence was the heavy breathing of men. He drew his unwieldly form erect, while his voice rumbled on, aggressive and threatening In its every intonaUon. "You are here to defend something that no longer exists. Your organization is wrecked, your signals and passwords are known, your secrets have become public property I can even produce a list of your members; there are none of you who do not stand In imminent peril yet understand, I have no wish to strike at those who have been misled or coerced into joining Murrell's band!" The judge's sodden old face glowed now with the magnanimity of his sentiments. "But I have no feeling of mercy for your leaders, none for Murrell himself. Put down your guns! you can only kill us after we have killed Murrell but you can't kill the law! If the arch conspirator dies in this room and hour, on whose head will the punishment fall?" He swung round his ponderous arm in a sweeping gesture and shook a fat but exr pressive in the faces of those, nearest him. "On yours and yours and yours!" Across the space that separated them the judge grinned his triumph at his enemy. He had known when Fentress entered the room that a word or a sign from him would precipitate a riot, but he knew now that neither this word nor this sign would be given. Then quite suddenly ho strode down the aisle, and foot by foot Fentress yielded ground berore his advance. A murderous light flashed from the judgo's bloodshot fore-finge- The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient aeeeswy for the Production of Pure, Riah aad Wholosome Kags. .It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which, acts quickly upon every vital part, kosplay, the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from aU diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. tinued: "Houn', dls y "arth am a place o' trouble an' a vale o' tears; de debbll he roams, up an' down like a hongry Hon seekln' who he may devour; de ways of de weeked am sborely full o' tribbalatlon." This tlmo Towser's nose was lifted toward the celling and a long, lugubri-ou- s expressed his acquiescence to his master's sentiments. "Yes," was Mr. Bass'3 conclusion, "emotions are contagious; all that Is needed Is a proper leader." PRACTICAL RICHMOND DRUG CO. JJ GIFT FOR BEGGAR Stranger May Have Meant Well, but His Kindness Was Not In tho Least Appreciated. Ma-haf- fy After suffering excruciating tortures for six months from doubling up a perfectly sound leg to fit on a begwooden stump the gar finally succeeded In eliciting sympathy from a passerby. With kindly eyes the stranger eyed tho cripple from top to toe. "You seem to bo in a pretty bad crutch-bearing way," ho said. "Yes, sir," whined tho cripple. "Couldn't be much worse." "Too bad," said the sympathizer. "I must see If something can't be done for you." Hope beat strongly In the beggar's breast and he murmured "God bless you," with unusual fervor. Two days later the sympathizer appeared again and ostentatiously presented the cripple with the materialization of his benevolent intentions. Ho gave him a new crutch. Sterilized Coal. Coal in the mines Is ono of the e things freest from germs. 'doctors used to notice coal miners' wounds healed fast, though begrimed and besmeared with coal dust For a long time It has been thought that breathing in coal dust caused lung dis eases In miners. Some experts find fresh coal Is as good as sterilized, and say miners have lung trouble because they do not take the trouble to put off their damp and sweaty clothing before going from the mine to their homes, thus taking cold in the open air walk. Experts say our miners ought to put on warm and dry clothes at the mouth of the mine. But it seems the miners have minds of their own, and although the coal companies in some places fixed up hot and cold water baths and dressing rooms at the mouth of the mines the men would not use them, but went home to wash and dress, as had been their custom for generations. Old-tim- TAYLOR & OLDHAM Want to show every farmer in Madison county the Best Chilled Plow on Earth ft 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 Moc e! Steel Ranges W. L.and Decorato! LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF Richmond, Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home : Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME New York Betty Malroy and Carrington had ridden into Raleigh to take leave of their friends. They had watched the stage from sight, had answered the last majestic salute the Judge had given them across the swaying top of the coach before the first turn of the road bid it from sight, and then they had turned their horses' heads in the Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc.,and any kind Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. M. i RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY "Draw, Damn You!" He Roared You Don't Have To Worry about impure Seeds if you buy fr6m at Fentress. eyes and his right hand was stealing toward the frayed tails of bis coat "Look out he's getting ready to shoot!" cried a frightened voice. Instantly by doors and windows tho crowd, seized with Inexplicable panic, emptied itself Into the court-hous- e yard. Fentress was caught up In the rush and borne from the room and from the building. When he reached the graveled space below the steps he turned. The Judge was in the doorway, tho center of a struggling group; Mr. Bowen, the minister, Mr. Saul and Mr. Wesley Were vainly seeking to pinion his arm. "Draw damp you!" he roared at Fentress, as he wrenched himself free, and the crowd swayed to right and left as Fentress was seen to reapb for bis pistol. Mr. Saul made o last frantic effort to restrain bis friend; bo seized the Judgo's arm just as the tetter's finger pressed the trigger, and an Instant later Fentress staggered back with the judge's bullet in his shoulder. CHAPTER XXXIV, direction of Belle Plain. "Bruce, do you think Judge Price will ever be able to accomplish all he hopes to?" Betty asked when they bad left the town behind. She drew in her horse as she spoke, and they went forward at a walk under the splendid arch of the forest and over a carpet of vivid leaves. "I reckon he will, Betty," responded Carrington. Unfavorable as had been his original estimate of the judge's character, events had greatly modified It. "He really seems quite sure, doesn't he?" said Betty. "There's not a doubt in his mind," agreed Carrington. He was still at Belle Plain, living In what had been Ware's office, while the Cavendishes were domiciled at the big house. He had arranged with the judge to crop a part of that hopeful gentleman's land the very next season; tho fact that a lawsuit intervened between the judge and possession seemed a trifling matter, for Carrington had become Infected with tho Judge's point of view, which did not admit of the possibility of failure; but he had not yet told Betty of his plans. Time enough for that when he left Belle Plain. His silence concerning the future had caused Betty much thought She wondered If ; still intended going south into the Purchase; she was not sure but it was the dignified thing for him to do. She .was thinking of this now as they went forward over the rustling leaves, and at length she turned in the saddle and faced him. "I am going to miss Hannibal dreadfully yes, and the judge, and Mr, Yancy J" she began. "I am to be missed, too, am I, Betty?" he inquired, leaning toward her. "You, Bruce? Oh, I shall miss you, too, dreadfully but then, per-- , haps In five years, when you come D. B. McKinney i r Successor to Tate & Son Telephone 35 L. Main Street I will make it to your interest it you see me before buying 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 trift to make you can do better than to choose it here. RICHMOND, AIX STREET F. J. YEAGER It was not strange that a number of gentlemen in and about Raleigh yielded to an overmastering impulse to vis-I- t newer lands, nor was It stranjje that the Initial steps looking toward the indulgence of their desires should Cr, have been taken In secrecy, was one of the first to leave J Mr, (Saul bad informed him of the judge's declared purpose of shooting aim on sight Even without this useful hint r bad known thai be the should experience intense embarrass ment in meeting the judge; this was now a dreary certainty. "You xeckc he means sear ail be says?" be has asked, bis fat aide Peg-Jo- e tavern-keepe- Good Times Coming, Kt be 4Mb kerf or be Uvea & he. taken tfeae I would moat folks'," answered Mr. Saul with eotmetlcn. "l' take his word a heap quicker Amazon River. It has been stated In official consu lar reports that the aggregate navigable waters of the Amazon and trib utaries for all sorts of craft Is esti mated to exceed 45,000 miles. The average depth Is from 40 to 150 feet and tho average width from 6 to 40 miles. At tho mouth near Para the river Is 138 miles wide, Including tho Island of Marajo and the northern and southern outlets. The Immense volume of water discharged marks a path of yellow water In tho blue of the Atlantic easily distinguishable for 150 miles at sea, creating a fresh water sea while out of sight of land. This "Oh, Bettyl Bettyl" yellow or old gold colored water unittlon was largely a sinecure. The most ing with the equatorial current trends arduous work he performed was to the north at the rate of six mile3 spending his wages. an hour, and entering the Caribbean Certain trifling peculiarities sur- sea forms what is recognized as the vived with the judge even after ho Gulf stream. had entered what he bad once been prone to call the Portal of Hope; for Overculture or No Culture. while his charity was very great and Overculture. even if It borders on he lived with the splendid air of plenty that belonged to an older order, affectation, is better than no culture it required tact, patience and per- at all. It Is less offensive to hear a sistence to transact business with woman talk with grand airs than to him; and his creditors, of whom there hear her converse in common Engwere always a respectable number, lish of tho streets, with all its slang discovered that he esteemed them as and cheaD Wit. The Encrllsh lanmiaee they were aggressive and determined., contains quite a few words. Anyway He explained to Yancy that too great there are enough to furnish one with certainty detracted from the charm, of an excellent vocabulary. A irond sat of dictionaries is a good investment living, for, after all, life was a game a. gamble he desired to be reminded Have them near you and whenever pf this. Yet he was held in great re you find a word you are not ' sure ppect for his wisdom and learning, about its meaning or pronunciation in Which was no more questioned than vestigate. It is worth-whll- o habit his courage. Thus surrounded by his friends Giving Man Credit Who were devoted to him, be began "I don't believe any man Is really Hannibal's education and the preparagood," "When tion of his memoirs, Intended primar- who she salL wrong you find one It is because ily for the instruction of his grand- he Is doesn't go afraid." son, and which he modestly decided "Oh, it isn't always because they to call "The History of My Own Times," which clearly showed the aro afraid," replied her friend, who magnificence of his mind and Its out- was married. "Very often it Is beback" cause they haven't the price." "Five years!" cried Carrington, but look. i rj THE END. bo understood something of what was When Pride is Justified. passing In her mind, and laughed Far too many mortals are vain and Attention, Farmers! shortly. "Five years, Betty?" be rebecause of some temporary Jake, my fine jack, will make tho seapeated, dwelling on the numeral, Betty hesitated and looked thought son of 1313 at tho Otter Creek stock mercenary advantage.and in their eagerful. Presently she stole a surreptl. farm at $3.00 to insure a living mule. ness to display that advantage at every tlous glance at Carrington from under Jake is a black jaok with white points, opportunity often destroy their greatest bar Jong Jashes, and went on slowly, 15 hands high, sired by Rufus McCord's blessing, the physicial counterpart of as though she were making eareful jack and out of a Bourbon Chief jennet. sunshine, which is their own health. choice of her words. I will also stand at the same time and Neglected colds, irregular meals, overyou come back in three "When loaded stomachs and night rovelry replace my saddlo stallion at $3.00 to " years, Bruce a living colt. sult in shattered nerves, depressed vigor Carrington still regarded her fixedI have for sale some nice Poland-Chin- a and fatigue all of which invite decline ly. There was a light in his black gilts either bred or open. and disease. eyes that seemed to penetrate to the Also ITRCve'fo'fsale solectod seed corn. Each person stands sentinel at the por most secret recesses of aefSeart' and ; soul, Phone 723.- tals of his own health, and he who MAY. COLLINS, ' Three years, Betty?" he repealed 41 4t. Richmond, Ky. guards, protects, strengthens and builds again. . up a rugged constitution is justified in Betty, her eyes cast down, twisted BRONCHITIS pride and finds therein his own recomher rein nervously between her slim, pense tho capacity to enjoy the full yvhlto finger but Carrington's steady ness of life. To Whom It May Concern glance neveriiJef her sweet face, BJuevale, Qnt., May 4, 1910 "I was The strain of modern commercial and of bright hair. She framed by years with chronic bron social living taxes strength and energy Btole another look at him from be- sick for two n con and in chitis and a consequent maintaining the highest neath her dark lashes. dition, I received no benefit from doe-tar- s 'Three years, Betty?" he prompted. wo should not only cultivate "Bruce, don't stare at me that way, my or from a trip which I took for deep breathing, out of door exercise, health, and I bad to give ua work. it aaakes me forget what I was going Ylpol was recommended, and from the regularity and temperance in all things to say J When you come back next year " and then she lifted her eyes second bottle I commenced to Im but study the greatest of all physical which is body nourish to his and 'he saw that they were full prove, I gained In weight and strength, In this, alcoholic preparations of sudden tears. "Bruce, don't go my bronchial trouble disappeared, and ment. 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Oar stock reflects Fas, s every whim from the tvorti y staple 25 cent cotton hose to the ram and roost delicate shades of lil c stockings. oa t The Brasfield Guarantee If any article purchued from us fail. to gire perfect satisfaction, send it back at our expense, and we will seoa you new goods or refund your money. KUUBEKS TEY ONE OF OUE LEADING pure tkrctd tllk boot hose. Ks. heel sna' Decs csner tor of lisle. K Sizes 8 to 10. tsc Verr sbeet. AO Simple pur 3Sc. 3 ptir 1X0. ies' Ka. pictSres4 silk hose. Deep heel sod toe. tinet top ol title. etrtseer. AU colors. Sixes 8 to 10. Staple aim. psU47c npslrSZJS. Ka 16 Lstlo" psre tbress tKk bote: Ilrkl vtitbt Etrttias Utlc fsncrtop: sole, heel tod toe Buck eolr. Sis 10. Simple ptir t 6 flit tSSS. Mereipoli. Ka 10J tie Spcclsl ladies" pare lirtid ills bote, lisle Ctttcrtop. sole bcf'J sod lae Hih splice1 heel. Mtdlca weiikl All colors Sixes 8 to 10. Simple pur Sic 6 psici iSM. alu Lsdics' psre thlesd silk hoe "The hosfry of hundred diflererK thtdet. " tVe csa mstch asr cewa or shoe Sixes 8 to la Simple ptir 6 pslr $8J30. KsliT- -J C H SpecitI Men's hose In the earn qualitie as all the aboro specials may be had at the same price. AS Bosiery sent tree on receiptor uriceu The roses cannot bo had from re tailers. For oar tHu and Neckwear writa direct I ex-pr- aet trmted cataJoevo of Hosiery, UasVenre A m : J.CBRASFIEIX JkCo. 1 MaaWst Awss, NreVi City. In the Elizabothtown News of Tuesday appeared tho following editorial concerning the boom for Champ Clark, Teachers Examination. hatched at a political conference in An examination of candidates for posi Washington: tions as teachers in the Richmond puby "There was a enacted in lic schools will be held Friday and Washington last week, funny cnocgh to Saturday, April 12th and 13th. White be put on the stage and a fee charged to teachers at Caldwell High School; colorsee it. Henry Prewitt, Chairman of the ed teachers at colored school building. Democratic State Central Committee, who has fought the county unit bill for For One Day Only. many years; Charles M. Lewis, repre Mr. W. F. Higgins is advertising a suits for the sentative of the whisky interosts before Snappy pecial one day of gents large, roomy young men one price, one quality the Ohio, Tennessee and other Legisla$3.50 rocker, for the extraordinary price 810.00. Rice & Aksold. tures; Sam J. Shackelford, legislative of S1.03. This proposition is good only agent of the American Tobocco Com for Saturday, April 20. See advertise Republican Convention. pany and the Standard Oil Company at ment elsewhere. to call a large crowd was in Frankfort, and Mayor Head, of Louis-Pursuant Low heels for ladies wear are among the city Saturday to attend the County ille, former candidate for Governor, the new things for the particular dress Republican Convention, which was to met in the nation's capital for tho pur n ers. We have them Rice & Arnold. select delegates to the State Convention. pose of deciding how the Kentucky at Baltimore hsould vote for Interest was at fever heat, as followers BIRTH5. of both Taft and Roosevelt began early President With the aid of several Con in the forenoon to mingle with th3 gressmen, some ot whom may not bo re nominated, they called a State ConvenMr. and Mrs. Goo. Emmet, of White crowd and extol the virtues of their candidate. The convention was tion for some lime in June.and instructfavorite Hall, have a fine girl, born March 23, one o'clock by the ed the delegation to give it unanimous Henry Cusick and wife, of Moberly, called to order at Chairman and Mr. William Wal- vote for Champ Clark for President. have a fine cirl at their house. She County lace was elected temporary chairman, Then the whole absurd program was came Maach 23. Courier-Journa- l and with P. B. Black, secretary, both avow telegraphed to tho pread'on the first page, so that Ken Born to the wife of Mr. .Walter ed Taft supporters. Considerable Powell, of Hockaday, March 25,"-- a fine wrangling took place and two sets of tucky Democrats can bo prepared to get boy baby. Propositions were into lino and obey orders, with Henry delegates resulted. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall, of made by Taft sympathizers who seemed Wattcrson cracking the whip. Singular Amster, this county, are proud over the by bystanders to be in a majority, to to relate every man present at tho arrival of a baby which came March 24. line un and count those entitled to a Washington conference was opposed to 21 years from now he will be a voter. voice in the convention and thus reach the nomination of Gov. McCreary, and a conclusion as to who should receive fought him bitterly. None of them had This Evening at Normal. Roosevelt followers anything to do with the organization. the instructions. Which has the greater influence insisted on going outside the court room which headed by Beckham, Mayo.Cam- on character, heridity or enviroment! for this purpose, and not being able to den, Van&ant,Haly and a united country Do our first class men come from Uni agree on this point the chairman decid press, carried the State by over 30,000 versities! Is It divorce or marriage that ed in favor of the Taft delegation, and majority. When the bullets were flying the moralists need to dicuss? Could a as a result the matter will necessarily thickest these lobbyists and allies of tho born musician live amidst the noise of a have to be adjusted at the Stale Con special interests, who are now trying to were machine shoD? Can our teachers and venlion. seize the party organization, "limping in the rear" with Watterson, preachers do it all? These and other In Misses and children's strap pumps in or hiding under a suttler's wagon. Tho teresting questions on the ethics of bio- mm metal,' van ana naieni. nico lorrv will be answered by Edward Am o truth is that tho old crowd, which was thoroughly whipped out by Governor herst Ott in his lecture "Sour Grapes' Arnold. McCreary and his friends in the prim Unapel tnis evening. at the formal School Pupils To Sell The ary, are trying to make an allianco with April 10, This lecture will furnish the Tickets. stimulation of searching inquiry, the the whisky interests in the hopo of con meat of solid thoucht and the relaxa has been aroused trolling the next Legislature and repeal Much enthusiasm They do not law. tion of brilliant humor. Dr. Ott is amonc both teachers and children in tho ing the county unit purposeful orator, a keen philosopher schools over the coming exhibition of care anything about Champ Clark. They and a fluent speaker. This is the last pictures, to take p ace at the Caldwell are Just as willing to fight under one Tho combination of number of the lecture course. Tickets TTi.h School, from Anril 17 to m, tne flag as another. on sale at Middleton's and Perry.s, proceeds from which will go toward pur Congressmen, who have been fawned Admission 50 cents Mineinrr nirtures for the schools. There upon by Clark as speaker, appeals to f chance to again domi new Imperial Buck Colonial are now two pictures on exhibition, one them as the best See the store;the other nate the State organization. The DemRice & Aksold at Stockton & Son's drug for ladies $1.00. not be dictated tPrrv's drug store, which will be ocrats aof Kentucky willpoliticians, who Cornelison. Death of L. City to bv cabal of selfish given to the gradoof theR'chmond Edward C. Cornelison died at his Schools, which shall sell tho greatest having lost their influence at home.flock Teachers and chil to Washington to exaggerate their im home on Taylor's Fork, this county. number of tickets. the credulous. So Saturdav. Anril 6. in the early after dren have taken hold In an encouraging nortance and deceive city buy far as shown Gov. Woodrow v ilson has noon. Several weeks ago Mr. Cornell manner. If the people of the Oscar a large following in this State ton met with a serious accident in being tickets freely, sufficient funds ought to good Underwood, a native son of distinguish thrown from a wagon. He was recover be raised to enable a number of ed Kentucky parentage, has many ad ing nicely from this and was supposed pictures to be bought for tho schools good pic mirers. Ollio James, himself.is regard to be doing well, indeed, had remarked There Is at present a dearth of How ridi ed as presidential timber. a few hours before his death that h tares in tho schools. A most attractive culous it is then, for a lot of small-fr- y felt better than he had for some days illustrated catalogue of the exhibition It politicians to pledge tho Stato to Champ when death suddenly came to him with trill ho obtainable at a small price. Kentucky will Mr. Cornelison was gives the titles of the pictures classified Clark or anybody else. out premonition. With known men in according to schools and countries, ue be a Dotent factor at Baltimore. notonly one of the best a big four composed of McCreary, the county, but was one of the best citi- scribing some of the pictures and in Beckham and Mayo and district zens of Madison county, and enjoyed cluding biographical notes of the artists. James, delegates of ability and character, its the esteem and confidence of all who and a great many of tho pictures are re There will be advice will bo sought and its leadership He is survived by nis nroduced in small cuts. knew bim. Tho State administration, mother, who lived with him in ber old some excellent examples of Italian, followed. children; Hu- Flemish. Madern, French, English, Ger headed by Governor McCreary, has re age and his wife and six the Stato and honored Demo bert, of Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Coving- man AndSnanish minting, as well as deemed ca-- t asldo Misses Lula tho art of the Renaissance. The exhibi' craey. They should not be ton Jett, of Kirksville, and to suit the whims or selfish interests of and Ethel. Edwin and Kelson, of this tion will be open from 1:30 to 55:00 p.m.IT -. . . . TTf men who have done much' in tho past countv. He was 67 years oi age. xiis Thursday, r nuay ana oaiumaj, - 1 in 19 and 20. A program of music and to destroy the party." funeral was conducted yesterday morn ing at the family residence by Elder E. I literary features will be given at 2:00 We are getting in more .vhito shoes C. Mcuougie, pasior oi tne irona vans- - ip.m., eacn gtvy except nsmnwy, and slippers every day. We nro trying tian church in which Mr. Cornelison Evarv Isvdv who appreciates the best to supply the demand. liii'Q & Arnold " His buml took held his membership. thiacc 9ior,.will visit. Vaughn's Cfro- One autvlltv. one price, place in the Richmond cemetery, Ex-4- jr eery ea Saturday, April 13, and sample act.y foriy-thre- e Rick & Abmou. vir ago to tiw it suit tW.OO. tome of Hlrach's Uoorft. j his father died. farce-comed"up-to-datdole-gallo- The closing days of the great reduc tion sale, inaugura'd by Sewell & Mc- Kinney, the Second street grocors, are at hand, and those who have not taken advantage of this opportunity to secure the freshest and best groceries at marked down prices are certainly losers. The sale has been going on for the past two weeks and many have put in large stocks of select goods during the sale. Many articles in their grocery have been mark ed down below cost and could bo readily disposed of to wholesale dealers, who The would take their entire stock. above gentlemen desire to givo their patrons the benefit of these extraordin ary low prices ana invito an to visit their store this week, as the special sale will close Saturday. April 13. CLARK City Council Holds Interesting Meeting. BOOM The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held at City Hall Thursday evening with Mayor Rice and five members of the Council present, Councilman Stono being absent on account of illness. Rev. E. B. Barnes, Dr. J. G. Crabbo and Rev. G. W. Crutchfield and others appeared before tho board and requested tho breaking up of houses These gentle of ill fame in this city. men made splendid addresses in behalf of the moral betterment of tho city and urged tho Council to abate this nuis ance. Un taking a vote the members f tho board unanimously ordered the enforcement of tho city ordinanco re- arding tho existencatgf Vbawdy houses in Richmond and the policemen were given instruction to arrest all inmates of such resorts as well as those who rent property for such purposes. A lino of sewerage was ordered laid in order to connect tho Ellis property with the main line on Second street, as was also the extension of the sewerage on Fourth street. Ordinance was passed to extend con crete sidewalks from Cemetery to basePattio A. Clay Infirmary ball park. made a request for an increase in the yearly appropriations for that institu tion. The city has been giving to the Infirmary $100 per year to care for the charity patients, and the directors desire this amount increased to $000 per annum. This manor was referred to a committee to report at next regular meeting. Dr. J. U. Bales was allowed one hun dred dollars extra as a result of the im mense amount of labor during tho small pox scare of somo days ago. Dr. Harris situation as bereported tho small-po- x ing very favorablo and in a very mild The Health officers have the form. matter well in hand and it is only a question of a week or such matter until tho disease will be stamped out. All patients have recovered and will be discharged from the hospital this week. Tho name of the pest house was chang Alter ed to the Eruptivo Hospital. considerable route business the Council adjourned. Residence Damaged By Fire. The residence of P. M. Pope, on Aspen avenue, occupied by George Lyons, was considerably damaged by firo Monday morning. The fire originated from a spark from flue which ignited the roof. The fire department responded and soon extinguished the flames, which had not gained much headway. The principal damage was to the roof and was fully protected by Insurance. Business Improving. The warm spring weather of the past week has caused tho city to be filled with out of town shoppers, and the merchants of Richmond, whoso advertisements appear in the Climax, were the ones to reap the greatest harvest. Readers of he Climax in this section of the State know where to come to get the best prices for th leas money. Farce Comedy Enacted in Washington, Says Editor Harry Sommers. Where Do You Get Your Paint? Why can't we can't get together on this painting propositi? Tsa pates business we now do is a permanent one built on snliadiesory spsMsH wholly. You'll simplify your paiatiog troubles if you let s uupply ymt. Confederate Pensions Be Paid in August. Will Officers Elected. At a meeting held in Lexington Friday night by the promoters of the Dix River Power Co., articles of incorporation were signed and officers and directors were elected. Hon. L. B. Horrington, of this city, was elected President, and Mr. Harvey Chenault, Secretary. It is proposed by the company to build a dam 200 feet high across Dix river, a few miles above the confluence with the Kentucky and with the water thus confiped to generate the equivalent of 21,000 horse powor per day. Transmission lines, It is intended, shall be run to Louisville, Lexington and possibly Cincinnati. It is estimated that tho completion of the plans will cost about $3,000,000. The directors elected are: Bethel Veech, Louisville; L. B. Herrington and Harvey Chenault, Richmond; 0 P. Kennedy, Burgin; S. Walton Forgy, Elkton; J. Millor Ward, Paris, and R C. McDonald, Niagara Falls, N. Y. . Paints For iivery Purpose We carry a full line of Harrison's Town and Country Raiy Mixta. Fatal mkmr Every oan ml pints, quarts, gallons and live gallon oaos. runs uniform in tint, quality and iogmHeals. No pensions will be paid to Confederate soldiers or widows of soldiers until Under the law granting penAugust. sions to the old soldiers.their claims for pensions must be passed on by the County Court of the county in which the lives and then must be approved by the Pension Board at Frankfort. This board is composed of the Governor, the Auditor and the Secretary of State The application blanks, which must be filled out by the applicants for pensions, were sent out by Commissioner Stone, Tuesday. Claims will be paid after this year in February, May, August and November. ecy nt House Paint Carriage Paint 5hingle 5 tains Oils and Turpentine Barn Paint Bronze Aluminum and Gold Paint Roofing Paint Whatever you are going to paint and wherever it is, we fcavo tbo rtsssl paint for the jobJ You'll get worth of yoor saeooy with all tho bowel of our paint experience thrown in for good measoro. Got bet results from your painting. Let us supply you. Estimates Furnished Free on AU Jobs big or lit Ie Berea Students Sign Pledge. The Berea Citizen says: An unusual scene occurred in the chapel here, when in placo of a sermon President Frost read extended extracts from a book called "The Boast," which is a description of the, career of Judge Ben Lindsey of the Children's Court in Denver, CoV, The narrative not only tells of the es tablishment of the Children's Court which has set a new fashion and bene fitted children almost throughout the world, but it also narrates Judge Lind-sey- 's struggle with the political condi tions which existed in Denver. Great corporations controlled politicians and public officers, public funds were wasted or stolen by paying extravagant prices for stationery and court supplies, and in a hundred ways he rich were profited by the oppressing and debauching of the poor and the young. At the close of the address President Frost asked those young men who wished to pledge themselves to opposition to such perversions of government to come forward and mako pledge oy taking his hand. Practically every man in the house took the pledge which runs as GOOD CTTIZESSlIir Perry's Drug Store Telephone 75 An Appreciated Photograph.) The Boosters' Special Coming to Richmond. The Climax has received a splendid likeness of Hon. L. B. Herriogton. one most popular and of Richmond's The photograph of efficient citizeos. Mr. Herrington was taken in his seat in the House of Representatives, ami is an excellent production of photographic art. Tns Climax appreciates this re cognition of our hearty endorsement of Mr. Herrington during thesession of the last Legislature and as a memento of the gratitude paid us by Madison's representative, we have framed same which now occupies the most conspicuous position in our office. Accompanying the photograph was the following notation: "To Tns Climax, whose recognition of my efforts to be of some service in Kentucky's best Legislature, gave me encouragement and will always enable mo to look back upon that service with some gratification and pleasure this picture, taken in my seat in the House of Representatives, is given as a small token of my great and everlasting appreciation. "Very truly yours, "L. B. Hkrkisotos." A special train of tea oars wiH tokos Cinokwail, Monday. April 33f, at 7:4 a. m. wtta Mo boosters aoeM. imtn will oomptise members or rape au ante-live- s of some of the largest ftrmo of tbo Qoeen City. The flost day will be spool between Cineinaati aod Lexiagtoavwitli a side trip to Frankfort, the Capitol ol Kentucky, where Goveroor J. B. a ad other State oWeials will welcome the eathusiastie eitssMO& of Cta- The seoood day at His oranati. Bridge ami Harrimao, too third day at Chattanooga, the fourth day ootwooii Chattanooga and Middtesboro. attftlt day on to Cincinnati, makiog stops aleag The Boosters' Special will the 'line. reach Richmond about 3:23 p. sa., ea April 20th, for a short stop to meet tho citizens of our town Acooatpaayiag Uta party will be Weber's Bead of tweaty men, a complete mottoa picture ootftt and a-- stereoptioaa eoaipeieat to show In tho different towns too boosters will visit, the great improvemeat beiog made in Cincinnati aad the Sooth. Everyone in our town should meet the Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Boosters' Special aud give thorn a most and live stock insurance. tf cordial welcome. Report of P. A. C Infirmary From Jan. 1, to April 1, M2. RECEIPTS. Pay Patients County City Memberships Donations Miscellaneous Total DISBURSEMENTS. Overdraft Nurses' Salaries Eatables and Sorvants Drugs Laundry Water and Gas : Light Telephone Coal Mdse . ... S CS0 75 250 00 133 32 53 00 18 50 15 11 $1,150 CS Enthusiastic Meeting of Fair Prompters. Much enthusiasm prevailed at the meeting of fair promoters held at the Court house Saturday afternoon, and if the citizens of Richmond and Madison county are at all interested in perpetua ting the Madison County Fair an opportunity is now afforded. At a meet ing hold two weeks ago it was suggested that suitable property be secure and the necessary buildings erected for a permanent fair ground for the annual exhibitionjof tho coun'y fair. A com mitteo was selected and reported to those present at the meeting Saturday tho possibility of securing property near tho site of the old fair grounds, and known as a part of the lato Joe Chen ault farm. This Is an ideal location and our citizens should rally to tho support of this public enterprise. It is tho intention of the promoters to secure one hundred stock holders at $100 per share, it being estimated that this amount will be sufficient to erect such buildiugs as will bo necessary and put the grounds in proper condition for the purposes for which it is intended. Among those present about fifty signi fied their Intention to take stock in tho new fair company. Another meeting will be held at the court house next' Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, and every business man in Richmond is earnestly requested to attend. If the abovo property is secured it will neces sitate immediate action on the part of the fair company, add our business men should at least bo interested to the extend of attending the meetjng oa above date. Doyoar corns hurtT Dr. Russell's Con MM&T. Try it. Sft-Wiww' Daua Svoew. $ 207 74 38C 35 425 93 127 00 57 CO 21 00 49 00 8 G5 31 00 151 62 follows: Total Receipts f 1.4C7 1,150 74 CS FLEDGE. S 317 00 Overdraft Number of County Patients 11 31C days Number of City Patients . 5 31 days 22 233 days Number of Pay Patients C 33 5S0 days Total Number recovered, 21; improved, 5; unimproved, 2; died, 4; remaining, 6. "We hereby pledge ourselvo3to use all the political power and Influence we possess for tho public welfare. Wo will treat the interests of the community as a sacred trust. We will not sell our vote, influence or official favor for any We money, influence or other reward. will do our utmost to persuade others to adopt these principles and to punish those who violate them. Opera House Changes Three Times a Week iI I MONDAY'S WEDNESDAY'S AND FRIDAY'S PICTURES TONIGHT A Trapper's Fatal Shot -- Pictures for Thursday For The Flag A Cheyenne's Bride The lckstmth's Love VAUDEVILLE ADA CARLTON ' VatxJuvhVs Dafcitkit Fashion Plate FRrCHIL AND ADAM5 Comedy, Music, Singing and Dancing 1 tiu ft Big Show for Friday and Saturday , Changes Three Times a Week Now I -- rwidy-to-we- ar - M A Saturday Special A $25.00 New "Arrow" Drop Head Ball Bearing CURIOUS BITS I OF HISTORY Sy A. W. MACY. LOCAL AND s OTHERWISE lfeaallesa Taxes Doe. Your taxes for the year 1911 are now Cbme in my hands for collection. In early and avoid the rush, as well as saving the penalty, by prompt payment, tf D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, down the throat of a "jrapey'" Thin blood makes you chtcltett destroys the wonni indigestion. aad savci tho chlcVs life. A weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, tew drop la tho drlnilne water digestion uso Burdock Blood TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I have in stock the best line of material in the city and can give you the best work when it comes to putting on 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 dose at very close figures, as I believe in live and let .live prices. Lei me paint your wagon or buggy and make sam good as new I make a specialty of repairing all kinds of farm machinery, such as mowers, binders, eta Will give you the best uork and will do it quickly, and guarafiiee a. Call and see me before goto else work to be first-claswhere. !5hop on Main street, opposite L. & N. Depot. s. in lit ui THE BATTUE OF THE KEfli. At ene time during the War ef the Reveliitlen tenia enterprising patriots ef Berrfentewn, N. J, fixed up a few terpee'ees In the shape ef keee, and sent them floating eewn the river. They were filled with gunpowder, and so arranged mechanically that rubbing against another object they would explode. It was hoped that one of them might come In contact with one of the British ships lying at anchor at Philadelphia, and blow her up. This hope was not realized, but they succeeded in scaring the British In And around Philadelphia within en Inch of their lives. One or the "kegs" rubbed against a block of floating Ice and exploded, consternation wild creating among the British. For twenty-fou- r hours thereafter they fired at every object seen moving on the bosom ef the river. This afforded great amusement to the Americans, and Judge Francis Hopkins, one of the signers of the Declaration Independence, wrote a ballad about the affair, In which he poked much fun at the British. The closing stanza read thus: w3uch feats they did perform that day Against those wicked kegs, sir, That years to come, If they get home, They'll make their boasts and and brags, sir." (CoorrlBht, 1911. Prepared for the Harried Keader. It-e- 8-- Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone ' tf and live stock. Good quality Tobacco Canvas per yard at A. Dobrowsky's. Sewing Machine for at 2c 37-t- f CURES and Bitters. Sl.OOat all stores. PREVENTS GAPES sound lm Dressmaking Mrs. W. N. Wheeler 132 Tales Creek Ave. Phone 034. tf For a mild, easy action of the bowels, try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative 25c at all stores. lm Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, Only a few at special price for Saturday only $1 1.98. Also a few store samples slightly scratched, Drices. If VOU have hi if rthrvvk rnd as new at snecial tmick-sal- e wv j 1V1 . not seen Dr. Sewing Machine, come in and we will gladly show you the . .u: i i ii xi i : 1. 1 ;i :.ii. iiiduii.iea new otanaara centrali neeaie, Including a full V V W set of attachments. The residenco on Summit recently oc cupied by Capt. Short, for remainder of year. Electric lignt, water, staoies, etc. 33-t- f Apply to June Baxter. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Don't bo surprised if you have an Every p"ultrv riivr should keep a bottle of rheumatism this spring. Just Wfiie tor free sample this mtdiduo i i hand s of Fowls." Address attack rub the affected parts freely with and Booklet on "Dlau-- sf B3UR53S BEHEST C3UPMT, tciiajtjn, Ky. Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold by all dealers. lm Sold by Perry's Drug Store. wilts diarrhoea, roap, cholera and other chick diseases. For Rent. Bourbon Poultry Cure One 50c Botlle o Richmond W. T. Mansfield & Co. - Kentucky. ti aiixold & Simmons. 'wswr j- J s- Mi-Mraig- ni, 1 bii-upng- iu The "Arrow" Has a Lifetime Guaranty For any itching skin trouble, piles. eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch." scald head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment is highly recommended. 50c it box al all stores. lm Wo will furnish you tho best a nines and put them up at lowest prices. Barlow 30-tf Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Richmond, Kentucky Opposite Hotel Glyndon work (for small pay), I am essentially a farmer, and know. ing as I do, by experience, all of the farmer's troubles and trials against hard times, it is but natural, that the farmers have, and always will, receive a large share of my attention and esteem. Now I am proud that I did have to work, struggle and toil for an existence. This comes from my firm conviction that honest work, hard or easy, is a statute of honor to the worker. I am looking for no easy job, but still I anticipate much pleasure in filling the duties of my office when these same Recognizing duties are for the betterment of the people. economical County Government as being essential, in fact the very backbone of a happy, contented State, I consider it my bounden duty to see that the farmers, business men. toilers, and all citizens of the county have a fair and equal chance in all the privileges and benefits of the law. Our roads, though in fair condition, are not at their best, and, in fact, there ought to be built, in some sections of the county, new turnpikes. This I hope to see accomplished before my present term expires. The money appropriated for this purpose should be, in my opinion, equally distributed throughout the county; equal taxation should be obtained, and in pursuance of my firm convictions in the above statement, I hereby promise the citizens of this to the office I will use my county that if I am best efforts to that end. It has been my aim to bring to speedy trial and to prose cute all violaters of the law, without fear or favor. Fur thermore it will be my aim to continue to prosecute all such offenders, regardless of any cause or forces, polit ically brought to bear upon me to stop such proceedings It is well known to most of you, at least, that I have as opponents in this race, four honorable and able citizens men who are worthy of your trust. Notwithstanding this I feel that I will be able in the future, as in the past, to make myself a County Attorney that will uphold the law and work to the public good, equal to any. You, my fellow citizens, had enough confidence in my abil ity at one time to put me in my present office. I hopo that my record has upheld your belief in my ability, and that I will continue in your confidences, since my work while ful filling my duties has, L am sure, not made me less capable of fulfilling these same or similar duties in the future. I hope you will consider this in choosing your County Attor ney. Nothing is worth working for that is not worth staying for; therefore, believe me, fellow constituents, when I say, that I am not in this race for today or tomorrow, but in it for good until the very end. This end lies with you, for you are the governing powerof all political offices, or you should be, for this is a country of the people, and I am for the people governing it, I am against cliques and rings con troling the rights of my constituents. If it is your choice County Attorney, and I I would be glad to be shall endeavor to run a fair honest race, fori can live with out the office, but I cannot live without the people. I take this opportunity of thanking you for your support in the past and in the future. Yours Respectfully, W. F. HIGGrlNS & Dozier, 307 East Main street. No troublo to give Conkey's Roup Remedy.- - Just a pinjh in drinking water. The fowls take their own medi cine. For s&lo at Stockton's drug 39-store. 4t O. P. Jackson VOTE FOR by Joseph B. BowtesJ YOU RI5K NO MONEY Our Reputation and Money M Are Back of This Offer. We pay for all the medicine used dur ing the trial, if our remedy fails to com pletely relieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. You are not obligated to us in any way wLatever.if you accept our offer. Could anything bo more fair for you? Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test? treatA most scientific, common-sens- e ment is Rexall Orderlies, which are They are very proneaten like candy. ounced, gentle and pleasant in action, and particularly agreeable in every way. They do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or other incon Rexall Orderlies are parti' venience. cularly good for children, aged and delicate persons. We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk! Three sizes, 10c, 25c, and Remember, you can get Rexall 50c. Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. Too Bad Make up your mind now that you are going to vote for R. B. Terrill for reelection. His record as apublic servant has nover been eclipsed by any former official. tf. When in need ol illacksmithing in any of its branches, Farming Imple ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. Miller, Union City, Ky. tf M. Hamilton-Ph- one 484, Buys calves, cows and fat cattle. 30-t- f Call him up. Boarders Wanted. Good clean rooms and good tablo. Ap ply to Mns. Clyde Poxless, 31-tf 331 Moberly avenue. Home Made Maple Syrup. have for sale genuine home-mad- e maple syrup, absolutely pure. Call on or address WTo 30-t- f A. D. & 0. D. Miller. Langshan Eggs. Pure bred White Langshan eggs for hatching; 81.00 for 15. Orders booked now. 33-3- Our contributors and correspondents will please remember to write on ose Tiieiie are two ways in which tho cost op the paper only, as it causes of living can be reduced that will be side compositor to ."speak out" when tho effective and permanent. One is to have written on both sides of tho paper. tf tho law of supply and demand operate freely without restraint and as far as possible through tho most direct rela tions between tho consumers and tho Plaintiff, producers. This way means the eli- Elles Todd's Adm'r., vs. mination of all monopolistic control or Todd's Heirs, &c, Defendants. manipulation, and if that were done the Ellex Under and by virtue of a judgment consumer would havo lower prices The and order of sale rendered at tho Febother means of not only having lowor ruary Term of the Madison Circuit prices but greater supplies, is in the Court, the undersigned Master Commis increase of tho number of agricultural sioner of said Court, will on products; in more intelligent, more in Thursday, April 25th, 1912, tensive, more advance methods of farm on the five acre tract at 11 o'clock a. m ing and all its allied forms of producing self to the highest bidder. for the households of tho people If the monopolists and the middlemen were Three Tracts or Parcels of Land eliminated tho consumers would have TRACT NO. 1 located on the waters lowor prices and the producers probably of King Branch in Madison county, Ky., greater profits, and thus both would be containing two acres more or less. TRACT NO. 2. A parcel of land largely benefited. Theso additional prolocated on the waters of Muddy Creek fits to tho producers would without in Madison county, Ky., containing five doubt be an incentive to more persons acres. engaging in tho work of cultivation, as TRACT No. 3. A tract or parcel of well as for greater production by those land located on the waters of Muddy already in that branch of businoss. It Creek in Madison caunty. Ky., contain' in? two and three-fourt- h acres and 14 is plainly to bo seen that prices cannot poles. be permanently lowered in view of the Said lands will be sold separately and general tendency to urban life, until a then as a wholo and the bid producing A million more of the people enter into the the most money will be accepted. lists of actual cultivators of tho soil, full description of said land can be bad from the Commisioncr. actual producers of the food for the TERMS: The land will be sold on a nations of the earth. credit of six months' time, the purchaser being required to excuto Sale Bonds, TO BREAK payable to tho Commissioner, bearing six per cent interest from day of sale until paid, with a lien retained on the Some Advice That Will Save property sold until all the purchase money is paid, Time and Money. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. Democrats You want Good County Government, don't t I i vour Tlne oniv wav to set it is to eiect oooc Officers. It is your duty to yourselves us taxpayers to know positively which one c i the candidates for the nomination for Coimh Attorney will give the best service for paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship I I I Commissioner's Sale! If th;-mone- y or close acquaintance. You want a Iavc : that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THL BEST? If that of any other is better than mine ok- for him. If mine is best vote for me and I Will appreciate it. J. J. GRE.ENLEAF. UP COLD State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rnjipPrP lUUl3,J TUITION Preparatory, Stale ( cate. Life Diploma. ( Certificate, Review, s TO -- Park Siieltox, Union City, Ky. Eggs For Sale. Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs. Setting of 15 for 75 cents. Phone 151-Mrs. T. M. Oldham. t. Richmond, Ky. 5. 33-4- For County Attorney If elected, I pledge myself to eaforce the Law and give every ee a square deal. To protect the interest ef tbe Parmer, the Business Man, the Laboring Man, all Ofcteess of the county. To see that all have aa ouat efc&Bce before the Law. To protect the Merest of the Tax Payers Office for Rent. Office equipped with Esteemed Fellow Citizens of Madison County As yeu probably know, I have prior to this date, announcto my present office ed Hivsotf as a eaadld&te for Somebody who has taken the to Investigate has found that Ellzabeth Barrett Browning tried to make "eagle" rhyme with "vigil," "heiress' sa witn "terrace. nature wltn tire," and "woman with "gloam ing." It Is a pity that Mrs. Browning is dead. She might. If she could return, make a wonderful success as a writer of lyrics far musical comedies. Undoubtedly she possessed the chief Qualification. That She's Gone. water and heat Pos- in our building on Second street. session given at once. 24-t- f Douglas & Simmons. The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and free from disease. An Established Fact Tho People's Poultry Remedy contains every ingredient necessary for tho production of 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Drug Co. Strong drinks or quinine may rolievo a cold, but it usually docs more harm than good. To break up a hard cold in eithor head or chest thousands are using this sensible treatment. First of all look after your bowels; if they need attention use any reliablo cathartic. Then pour a scant teaspoou- ful of HYOMEI into a bowl of boiling water, cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe for 5 or 10 minutes the pleasant, soothing, healing vapor. Do this just before going to bed; your head will feel fine and clear and you'll awake from a refreshing sleep minus a cold in the morning. For colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma and coup HYOMEI is guaranteed. fifty cent bottle is all you need to break up a cold and this can be obtained at B. L. Middelton's and druggists every whore. Commissioner's Sale Plaintiff Settle, vs. Andy Todd, Defendants Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the February Term, 1912, in the Madison Circuit Court, in tho above styled action, tno undersigned, Master Commissioner of said Court, will on G. S. FREE APPOINTEES Spring Term Opens April 8, Address J. G. CRABBE, 1912 it, ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOG! I. Ill' Ky. President, Richmond, Saturday, April 27th, 19 J 2, rKeep your hogs free from worms, u These deadly pests will rcb m profit s starve your stock make them thin, scrawny ana finally follow the advice of the best stockmen, you will nave E. C Stone, Sec. of the American Hampshire Swine Record Assn. says: "I know of nothing so good, re liable and cheap to expel worms and pot hogs in condition to digest food as Sal-Ve- t." ef OwHMjr AUeraey, subject to the aotion of the cratic Part-- . Demo- Startfeg inm the humblest position in life, it has ever been the height ef say ambition, aim and purpose, to get from We aM that a peer man honestly can, recognizing the great fiwdamestal truth, that "as we sow that shall we also reap." My school days were few and far between. Whea a boy, my education was purchased with hardships eame hara, iadeed, but work never has, and never will retard; bat oa the contrary I realize it will aid and assist the werker. I am proud of my werk,'lillle though it may seen to yen, aBd I sincerely hope that in choosing your 0Miy Attorney at the next election you will at least aad ooasMer ray past record. Bern en a farm, raised on a farm, doing all kinds of farm 0. P. JACKSON HORSE CARDS Yes, We Print 'Em THE COMBINED STALLION Are Microbes in Your 5calp? It Has Been Proved That Microbes Cause Professor Unna of Hamburg.Germany, and Dr. Sabourand, the leading French dermatologist, discovered that a mic robe canses baldness. Their theory has time and again been amply vcrifiod "WW make the Season of 1912 at "W. T. Adams & Co.'s Mill, on the Barnes through research experiments carried Mill pike, near Pond Meeting House, at on under the observation of eminent scientists. This microbe lodges in the 1 Living Sebum, which is the natural hair oil, PRBSTOLITE is a ohestnut sorrel, wth blazed face and has beautiful and when permitted to flourish it de style aBd aotion. He is sired by Mark Hanna 2099, A. S. H. It., he by stroys the hair follicles and in time the Lyra Boyd out of Helen B. 378, A. S. H. R, First dam by Abe Vanmo-te- r; pores entirely close, and the scalp grad 2ad dam by Waxey, and 3rd dam Lexington. PRESTOLITE'S first ually takes on a shiny appearance, dam by Jesse Cobb, he by Mark Diamond; 2nd dam by Runyon, he by Old When this happens there is no hope of Peavine SO, Eire of the dam of Rex Pea vine, Edna Mae and other celebratthe growth of hair being revived. ed animals. We have a remedy which will, we honestly believe, remove dandruff, ex terminate the microbe, promote good At 5ame Time and Place Will 5tand Our Celebrated circulation in the scalp and around the Mule Jack-Majo- r hair roots, tighten and revitalize the hair roots, and overcome baldness, so long as there is any life left ia the hair roots. to Living We back up this statement with our MAJOY HARRIS is a black jack with white points, exceptionally large own personal guarantee that this remedy foot and bone, splendid head and ears. This jack is without exception called Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will be the best mule jack in Madison county, and is a sure foal getter.' Those supplied free of all cost to tho user if it who have seen bis colts pronounce them second to none. Do not take our fails to do as we state. word lor above facts, but ask those who have seen and are acquainted with It will frequently help to restore gray Major Harris, and all will verify the statements made above. and faded hair to its original color, pro Money due when coll is foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse. viding loss of color has been caused by Not responsible for accidents or escapes, but every precaution will be taken disease; yet it is in no sense a dye. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic accomplishes these to prevent same. results by aiding in making- every hair root, follicle, and pigment gland strong M. B. W. T. ADAMS and active, and stimulating a natural flow of coloring pigment throughout the hair cells. We exact no obligations or promises we simply ask you to give Bexall "93 Hair Tonin a thorough tril and if sot satisfied tell as ad we will ref vtad the Mr Farmer: &ake your home m edt n for yoar family m a city ret it Twe deace aad plce yourself in a position to xet the latest asarket qaotatieee a money yew peid us ny time. This cm be aceosapliehed by saease ef fair ligfaefhoB service, wbe prieea 50 eseti umi. tl.QO. Rsnsaber. yoar Beigbbor cn get for a m that Us mmM eaauMtrcd with th fcca yo mb obufo K in Riekat&ad aaly t yo Ate received. CeJl er iirm ew arawHs 1ft Et to hstgn Her nr store Ttee Kexeil Mora. Perry's for iaterwtkm Kgerdia mm iMt "FaraW'Ltac esferii!. Tie Drag Stow. mmamL If ;MWMHt yo are et joying teMphooe H Mm . we so ye, ot KenteeXv Meet eerer Vou for B. ferrill fee re ilulm i mm Mac eeetnent oxue m 1mIm ftad to the osVee ot County Com it Oswfc. He wiU appreciate aa e&Aorsemestt ef hi I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. The Proof is in Richmond Al Will also furnish estimates or superin-toti- d construciion of such work. Phone most at Your Door. 101. Orders left for mo at TnE Climax The public statement of a Richmond office will receive prompt attention. citizen is in itself strong proof for Rich 31-N. B. Turmx. mond people, but confirmation strongthens the evidence. EggsJFor Sale. Hero is a Richmond citizen who tesli From my Single Comb Brown Legfied years ago that Doan's Kidnoy Pills horns. $1 per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 relieved weak kidneys and now states eggs for 82. "Also breeder of Bourbon the result was permanent. Can any suf Red Turkeys and S. C. BuffOrphington, ferer from kidney ills ask better proof! and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of You can investigate. The case is right correspondence. at home. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, St, Jlollie Powers, 209 Hallie-lrvi- no 41 lm R. p. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. Ky., says; "Doan's Kidney Richmond, Pills certainly are good and I gladly conShedding Blue Blood. firm tho testimonial I gave in 1003 re An Irish contractor had the misfor commending them. They cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble. I suffer tune to run his car over an old man who ed almost constantly for seven years had a bottle of bluing inside his coat. from kidney trouble and could not get Jumping from his car. and seeing tho get any relief until I procured a box of fluid rapidly staining tho old man's Doan's Kidnoy Pills at Middelton's Drue oreast, ne cried to his friend: "Finne- Store. This remedy quickly corrected gan. it'll go hard wid us! We've kil'ed my trouble and it has never returned." wan o tnim Yankees! ' For sale by all doalers. Price 50 cents, Cynthiana Democrat. Foster-llilbu- rn Co., Buffalo, New York, You will look a good while before you sole agents for the United States. Remomber tho name Doan's and find a better medicino for coughs and Cough take no other. lm colds than Chamberlain's Remedy. It not only gives relief it A Cat-Nlcures. Try it when you have a cough Harold bad rescued the family cat or cold, and you are certain to be pleased from the well. Covered with green with the prompt euro which It will moss and water, he rushed to his lm mother with the declaration: "Ma. I effect. For sale by all dealers. got the cat out by the stem I" Chris tian Advocate. tf oiue-Diood- VERIFY IT Architect's Notice. Board and Lodging Also two largo rooms for five or six. with two small ones adjoining, porch and cellar accommodations with tho Mns. Clara Tratlor, above. 39-t- f. C19 N. Socond St. Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. Wo havo tho stock and thoy aro good, strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets layed during all the cold wcathor of the They aro exceptionally past winter. good layers and began to lay at We havo a few hens five months old. for SI each. Eggs 81 for 15; 83 for 50; $5 per hundred. Tolephone 224. A. D. & C. D Miller, 41-Richmond, Ky, tf sell to the highest and best bidder, in front of tho Courc Houso door at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described tract of land, viz: Beginning at a stone near a small cedar, corner to Chadwolls line, thence with county road to tho School House lot with School House lot to Ed Rose's line; thence his lino to tho top of the cliff; thence east corner to Williams to a stone, thence with his lino to a corner near tha cliff, T. Todd's corner, thonce soufvestern to Chadwells' line, thence his lino to beginning.containing 49 acres or so much thereof as will produce the sum of 8350 25, the amount ordered to bo made. TERMS: Said land will be sold on a credit of six months' time, the purchas er oemg required to execute bond with approved security, payable to the Com missioner, bearing six per cent interest from day of salo until paid, with a lien retained on tho property sold to secure me payment of the purchase money. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C i k3. yea cf y- - my II yea NO MORE LOSSES FROM WORMS 5ALME1 is a medicated salt different from all other worm remedies. Safe, sure to kill worms, tones up your stocicr.elps turn tood into lat and Besb qun cuts animals ia Dnme condition to eetti market prices, commence eettinirrtao TODDer worms today, useaal-ve- t coats but cent per day, per hoe or sheep. Kf.iu.mr. err. iiiiiM v say an "W. D. Buckley & Company Notice To Gorxesxondents! Correspondents will please sign their names to .every nows letter sent in, also give their postoffico address. When requesting mora stationery, pleaso writo same on separate sheet of paper. The Display of M en s Stone May Enter. A special from Frankfort says: "It is reported that Geo. E. Stone.now of Dan ville, but formorly of Casey county.may the Eighth Dis trict for tho Democratic nomination for Congress. Casey and Adair counties recently added to tho Eighth District are said to bo very favorable to Mr, Stone. Tho latter has been practicing law in Danvillo for sovoral years. John E. Hughes, of Harrodsburg, also may enter the contest, but It is believed hero that ho will not run unless he is assured that ho will bo the only candidate against Harvey Helm. Col. Jack Chinn of Mercer county, announcod his candi dacy some timoago." oppose Harvey Helm in THE CLIMAX CO. Spring Clothing Is Now At Its Best Men who select now have advantage of choosing from an enormous stock, consisting ol style and pattern that Antimen will favor. wel"-dresse- Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Now Going On Beautiful Patterns tc Why He Was Lata "What made you so late?" Frestolite "I met Smithson." "Well, that Is no reason why you should be 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 Fond of Walking Sticks. Of all people perhaps none Is more Why Go Away For Snappy Things in Dry Goods? The largest city markets are gleaned by our buyers so $ 0.00 to Insure a Colt 31 c up cipating a larger business tar, heretofore has spurred us on t greater efforts and we believe that our stocks are not only larger, but better than they have evecbeen. WE INVITE At 510.00 Insure a Harris fond of canes or more skilled In their use than our fellow citizens of Porto Rico. The walking stick in that Island would seem to mark social distinctions among men as fans do among women. "My little son had a very severe cold I was recommended to try Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle was finished ho was as well as ever, writes Mrs. 11. bilks, zu Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy is for sale by all dealers. ,1m B. & Son tot your patronage. -- comparisons we believe that we will be favored wita " YOD to come and see. Give us an opportunity to show you. If you will but mak'3 Mens Suits $10 & $12.50 Thesa prices appeal to the avorago man, and the garment themse.ves will appeal forcibly to tho man who expects a great deal of style and lua Jty for a moderate outlay of money. Unusual efforts have been made t us to secure tho very best suits at theso prices. Spring's choicest co e ties are horo. Beautiful colors, such as brown, pray, tan and popuia-blue- s; best weaves and tho best patterns may bo had, and a perfect f assured. that we bring the This Opera House Building Bargains in Second-Han- d Colt ctes, best offerings right to your doors. - ARBUCKLL Another Bacenhm Theery. "They say Shakespeare was a bed actor." "Yea," replied Mr. 3torl-te- a Barnes; "but maybe Bacon started that story to get even with for taking liberties with Me saves you car fare, pre-- : cious time and lets you CARS FOR RENT I havo everything in the wav of Auto mobile Supplies. I havo a Steam Vul canizing Plant and can do any kind of repairs on Casings or Tubes. I have ono of the nicest locations ia tho city and am prepared to ake any kind of repairs on an AutomobiU. I do Painting and Varnishing. All work guaranteed. I earry a complete stock of Dia- 1 ' Ta muuu IK! x jure una.m uom. i; yo are 1- -. teroted in aa Awtomefelk. it will dav you to aMci my Gara vhit Rw of the Grand Opera Hotna. Men's Suits $15 & $18 Garments that will appeal forcibly to tha man who has been, in the haLiit of buying the highest-price- d clothing. It would be folly on our part to try and tell you how far above ordinary clothing these suits are, but if men who know, men who dress well, men who wear the best, will but come and see this great stock of splendid garments wo are sure that many of them will become patrons of this store. Let us show you the faultless tailoring, the splendid patterns. Illustrate the perfect Bt. 5Iip-on- s manuscript." help your own town ' ; Come and see and you'll be convinced : , Rural Telephones Hi aeejt ew The People's Stock Remedy. At this season you should not be without- a package of The People's Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. Cure that old sore, or wound by applying The People's Aathieptic Heal- ing Powder. Sold by Richmond Drug 36-v-f . Coaapaay. e-- and Cravenetted Raincoats fr JOHN R. GIBSON & CO McKee Block Garments that every man should have. A Raincoat is an absolute neces sity. They may be worn, in djy weather as well as onjraioy days, add when one coasfders, these facts you can readily see the economical' results from th par eha ef a Kaiacoat. , Owe $450 to $1250 ur i. SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO, Now is the tiaew to have your screen werk dw. Bei't wait until the flies et in. We Je iill kinds of fly screen HuuAW k, Doziaa, ! Keet Uaia street. 4yti Telephone 500 HOY MONTGOMERY, Water SuU, Corner B and t grt Mili;ry DmrteHl is fakly in bteos with haiA from the style maton ia. Ibt touatry. Exquisite spring Miiinery t fore-M- et TUtpfc RKTRif rmrt KENTUCKY CM attf E. V, ELDER