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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 35th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1912 The Efficiency of Byying At NUMBER 43 L. : JBlanton WHOLESALE ANDt RETAIL: Home. Did you ever stop to think what a con vonlence it is to have a full line of good retail stores at home in our own community? It enables people to sec goods at any time before paying down money. In that way the purchaser detects many faults that could never be found in buying from a catalog cut. Furthermore, you get your goods when you want them without bother letter writing.or without the fatigue of a journey to a big city and tramping all over its streets. It is an economy of time, car fares, human energy. Furthermore, you can do your shopping at your leisure, when you are in a mood for it,rather than in the haste and flurry of a trip out of town. In our home stores you take all the time you want to talk over your purchase and in spect goods. You can positively assure yourself that you are buying right Furthermore, you get more personal and intelligent attention in a homo store than anywhere else. The proprietors and clerks must please home trade, or get out of business. It is human nature to take mere pains for people that are known than for strangers. The home merchant will go the utmost limit to give satisfaction for defects in the goods and without irritating red tape. When locating for residence or business, people are as slow to settle in a place lacking good stores as in a place whore the good is not good. If we want to draw in now residents, everyone must do his sharo to provide them with the conveniences of retail trade. The only way to do this is to patronize the home merchant. It is the good fortune of this community to have a lino of finely equipped and attractively stocked retail stores. Rut if every dollar possible wero spent at Hunting the Allen Outlaws. Few persons can be showing better spirit tills weak than the sheriffs and deputies who aro tracking the Allen gang through the Virginia and North Carolina mountains. Hunting the Appalachian mountaineer has been called stalking the biggest of big game. It is always doubtful whether the sportsman gets his man.or tho man gets the sports man. The difficulties of life in these Virginia summits are illustrated in the experiences of Archdeacon F. W. Kere of the Blue Ridge. He tells of a young clergyman who was fired at several times, and Anally warned that a certain mountaineer had threatened to shoot him at sight. He went immediately to hot-bread- s, the man's house, and called out, understand ynu are going to shoot me." Thcmountaineer was so taken aback that he dropped his weapon and cnga, ed in pleasant chat. The posse which is tracing the Aliens is armed with something more offen , sive than hymn books, and if they find their men, will meet with a rougher re ception. In spite of tho aloofness of every-da- y these hill people, they aro scientific adepts at gun play, said to excel the Western frontiersman in quickness. The latest models of revolvers often find their way into the highlands two months after they are first issued from A government surveyor the factory o! gave in Outing a few years ago an ac count of the marksmanship of the Appalachian mountaineers. . A half dol No Alum flo Jmo lar was flipped in the air at a distance of 30 feet. The mountaineer shot twice, pulling the gun so quickly that no one saw him move. Picking up tho coin he showed the hole clean through the cenhome, these stores could grow faster. ter, and anothor furrowing the milling A Case of Necessity. put in fuller assortments, employ more on ti.e edge. The first shot must have test-he- r A teacher desiring to clerks. Thus they would contribute to class as deflected the coin, and how he hit it the convenience of every resident, and. to its knowledge of Irish history, intero-gatc- d again was a marvel. This is the kind tho boys as follows: add to the prosperity of every property of thing the Allen gang pursuers are up " 'Patrick,' she began, "why are you holder. against. These are called bloodless wearing a green ribbon " 'Because it's tho anniversary of tho times, but our officers of tho law must CATARRH often take about the risks involved by great and good St. Patrick, ma'am.' going to war. " Very well. And you, Michael, why No More Hawking and Snuff aro you wearing a green ribbon?' PARISIAN " 'Becauso St. Patrick is Ireland's ling When You Breathe patron saint, ma'am, and green is IreHyomei. Nothing Like it for Removing land's color.' ' "Good! And now, Solomon Dandruff and Stopping tell us why you in your turn IIYOMEI (pronounce it Iligh-o-mo- ) is Scalp Itch. guaranteed to end the misery of cat- aro wearing a green ribbon?' " 'Because, ma'am, Pat and Mike and Every man, every woman, boy and arrh. Breathe it, destroy the catarrh germs, and soon hawking and snulUing Denny said they'd bust my snoot if I girl should fight the dandruff germs that didn't.' " will cease. aro sure to pause falling hair and Breathe it, and crusts will no longer form in the nose, mucus will not lodge The Schlegel Studio to be PARISIAN SAGE is so delightful to in the throat;alI inflammation will leave use; it is instantly refreshing and inOpened Again. the membrane of tho nose and throat vigorating and best of all it kills the On or about May 1, tho Schlegel and your hoad will feel clear and fine. dandruff germs. Breathe it for coughs, colds and sore Studio witl bo opened by tho Sacray Middleton's Drugstore guarantees it throat; its soothing, healing, antiseptic Sisters. They will mako it a high-clas- s for itching scalp, falling hair, dandruff action is better than all the stomach p'ace in every respect. This does not and for faded, dull looking hair. Mid- dosing remedies in creation, and there mean that their places in Danville and dleton guarantees it as good as a bond. These places isn't a particle of opium, cocaine or Stanford will bo closed. "Mrs. Anna Brown, Rockville, Conn., other habit forming drug in it. Com- will be continued as formerly. Walt for writes: "After I used tho first bottle or M. Sackat. plete outfit, which includes inhaler SI. us. PARISIAN SAGE, my hair stopped fallExtra bottles of HYOMEI 50 cents at Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt ing. I do not think there is anything B. L. Jliddelton and druggists for $1.00. Telephone 110. bettor for falling hair and itching scalp.' 41-Largo bottle 50 cents. W. W. Broaddus Co THE STEARNS & FOSTER Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock Baking Powder are or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. MATTRESS (AZAME OV EISERY GEMUHE MATTRESS) Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Where the finest biscuit, cake, crusts LAYERS OF COTTON 4. 4lNfev STAND4MG NEARLY X I I . - E W '' m THREE FEET HIGH ARE: Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 I COMPRESSED TO 0NESlXTIfI THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF rMM 1 (J fW-W- ..." f Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, iP&? t 4 fc ; t' . i 1 . V-!- Urbana Man Leaves Wife substantial, foods, for all occasions. The only balking powder made from Royal Grape Cream Tartar Phosphates You will say it I never knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable." GONE THE McGAUOtiEV That's jus! what satisfied users of Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are saying. You owe it to yourself to have a Stearns & Fosler in your home and enjoy re that k Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's reft on a Steams & Foer Mattress cosls too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of Kttle webs, forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton standing nearly three feet high. Studio Vj Urbana man recently left his .lt:tl out if any damage had been 5AGL r : 11 wife after a heavy storm done to the fences on his He was glad to return to her with the information cry strand was in place. Needless to Say, It Was an American Fence Ft has been removed from the Schlegel building to the Clay building on r the American is the fence that stands the roughest at'aer and toughest wear that resists hardest attacks of rals because of its special construction of strong live the American Fence and the weight and size best m Main street and is now open for business in the new location. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juSt the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfetfl 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 & Foster name. A mosl Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. H res. Sf o The Schlegel OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 vr. s. o. t l- M -J SI M A f K m i Ui J.JL v l t '1 ' kfW n VJ.W l Studio is closed AJLt Xt ill r. 229 o. L. tf i The hustling Cash Store fop Are You Ready says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. . Spring Every one ;1 1 Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? - : ' : Men's and Boys' Suits - AW ;. We have what you want and. at Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase values never before offered so low. You know we specialize $10,00 and $15.00 Suits for men. oys- Suits at all prices. - Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In all styles. -- New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. Li Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords T. E.lTilt brand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. All Lines More Complete Than Ever 4 Call and See Them HAMILTON BROTHERS ' ii Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite jTour attention to our line of CIDtCI NOTES. ox- - CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY ANSWER LINCOLN'S SEWARD. A union evangelistic campaign is Tailored and Fancy .Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart5et" 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 OWiEN McKEE The Richmond Climax. PERSONAL SOCIAL AND The last letter penned by the late Sen ator Robert L. Taylor, a communication rmata am wdibmt it to George R. Shields, of the Tennessee Society, was read to the members of the THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO organization at a memorial sprvice held Items of Interest Regarding Home folk mmi Others. (Incorporated.) in Delegate To National Con- - TT tne Women's Christian Temperance r O : 1... :u. Alio i uuiuu uuiiuujg Juab xuuauav uikuu mi lerence. hotter was in reply to a request of the A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. Mr. Chenault Huguely, of Danville, Gov. McCreary has appointed Rev. D. members that the noted statesman adwas in the city Sunday. Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. Wbke H. Scanlon a delegate to the National dress their meeting.and the affair which Miss Myrtle Dal ion, of this county, is KUr at Conference on Charities and Correction I was to havo been of the Tennessee visiting Mrs. L T. West, in Lexington. KENTUCKY MESS ASSOCIATION which meets in Cleveland, O., June 12 "boomer" variety, was transformed by Mrs. L. J. Praree, of Lexington, visit to 19. I the death ni of Senator Taylor into ono of t&HTK DISTRICT PUBUSHtRS HAGUE. ed friends here several days last week. eu,sy. ... r The text of this letter has a peculiar air. John U. Chenault came up from riccio ai wiyinuio. CBIOE YEAR Maysville Friday for a visit to relatives FEB fl.00 The Executive Committee of the Ken- - significance, written in the humorous In the city and county. IS ADVANCE He was warm-- 1 tucky Press Association meet in Louis- - vein, which was one of the famous char- ly received by many old friends and ac-- 1 ville Thursday and selected Olympia acleristics of the noted Tenriessocan. It WBDNBSDAY. APRIL 17 - - - 1912 qualntances and was given a hearty re- - Springs as the rendezvous of the mid- - refers to the attempts of political op- ception. summer meeting of that association, ponents to "get his sclap" and states Mrs. J. B. Stouffer has had as herThe meeting this year will be held dur-- tIlat ''0 expected to be in Nashville "up FOR CONGRESS. to ins ears in politics at this time. The We are authorized to announce JACK guests, Mrs. G. R. Stouffer and Mrs lDS the week of Juno 10. letter in full reads as follows: ClIKSJJ, a candidate for Congress in the Walter Stouffer, of Louisville, mother v c i ilarch 10, 1912.-Gc- orgo Bigbtta District, subjeot to the aotion of and sister-in-laR. Shields, of Mr. J. B. Stouffer. I 1 ICC""5 nuuicuic Juuciy. we Democratic I'rimary to be held . YMrlvmPPfin.rnf thoAfnHUnn v, u..yr Mr Shields: "urniing. be uuy Jiy Dear uuuiy W ,.UBJr Homes altogether im- It will Augusts, lets. Humane Sooiety will bo held at the possible for me to bo present in Louisville. the inert nouse nexu Monday evening at meeting or the Tennessee Society on coun Mr. and Mrs. Henry inE mh repeating the tax oa sugar. rard county, were in McAfee, of Gar- - M:du P m- - Xlle assoueuon has been April 2, as I expect to bo in Tennessee tho city Tuesday wbioh will reduce the price to the con It would organized for twelve months and has up to my ears in politics. atrord me much pleasure to do so if I sumer S cents a pound if the measure is enroute home from Irvinn wi.r ti, had been to attend the funeral of Mr. accomplished a great deal of good. Dues naa tne opportunity.butm the lamruacro enaeied into law, and the bill to place a tne year snouid Do paid at this of the old song: tax o all iBoemes of more than 85,000 McAfees grandfather, Mr. nenry lor iney re arter me, they're after me; meeting. All members and those in a year, are two of the most important Jacobs. t am mo individual they require; Mr. and Mrs. L N. Combs motored terested in this work are earnestly 'They're after me. they're after mc: measures passed by the House of Repre requested to attend the meeting. "To get my scalp, they say, is their desentatives in the last quarter of a cen- - from Lexington Sunday and spent the '1L L. Taylou." sire." Don't fail to read the article "Tho ury. These sister bills, conceived and day wilh the latter's mother, Mrs James The communication was mailed on I and family, in this city. Mrs. Efficiency of Buying at Home" else- framed by Democratic Committees, were the evening of March 10, tlto date of Mr. so good ta fact, that eighty Republicans Smith and son, Harvey Smith, accom where in this paper. layior s Hrst illness, and was the last I Ponied Mr. and Mrs. Combs to Lexin were fereed to vote for them. "Forced Inspects Richmond Com-mander- y. signed by him. It will bo placed in the to vote for litem" is the correct expres- - ton or a short visit archives of tho society. Washington stoa, because the Republicans refused I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kellogg havo Herald. I when in power to pass such turned from several weeks stay In the Richmond Commandery, No. 1 9 Suits for the young men, middle age legtsfauea, or even to consider it but South. Mrs. Kellogg is much improved Knights Templar, underwent its annual r, whea the Democrats forced them to vote I in health. She slopped in Lexington to inspection Thursday night, and the work aDd the old gentleman ee way or the other, they were afraid spend several days with friends. Mean- - "e Commandery was highly compli-- 1 one price, one quality 810. to vote against either bill lest their con-- 1 while Mr. iveiiogg is having "sprine I menied oy inose present, Rice & Arnold. xae inspec sUtueate retire them to private life. oleaning" done as all eood husband's I tioa s made by Past Grand d The New Fish Law. do, mandcr Jos. H. Ewalt, of PhbsdetTapt. is a recent letter to are away. but don't, while their wives I mnd Commandery will Paris. a Rich- - The new fish law, paased by the last Mrs. Kellogg will return to large send Chairman Koesig, of the Maryland State I number of Sir Knights Richmond in a few days. to the State Con- - Legislature, inflicts a heavy penalty for RepubKcaB Cearaittee, used this lanthe use of set-nein any Kentucky Mr. Thomas J. smith came un from clava t0 be held in Paris 03 May 29'30, guage: I hope you will see to it that It also makes it a felony. w5U have ils headquarters at the waters. Frankfort Friday for a few days' visit to and all voters are allowed to cast their bal punishable by a term in tho penitentiary ms molne'V Mrs. Kannie Smith, on Lan uouroon r ornate lauege. lot at the oomisg primaries." Ap- for anyone c161" avenue. He was accompanied Barest!?, k does not occur to tho to Take Your Wool by MUs Laura abelle Bennett, who has Where tot that as free bora American oltizens I iVmftltiriod . q . Mr. E. Deatherase desires to nurehnsn ters wiU Probably hereafter look well to . . trt 1 - future. The Baptist church of Madisonville, will begin at once the erection of a church building to cost about $15,000. Midway, Lebanon, Paint Lick, Xich- Carlisle and Harrodsburg are Iolasviile. for Presbyterian preachers to fill their pulpits at this time. Dr. D. U. Scanlon, of this city, was olected Moderator of the Presbytery of I Transylvania, which convened in Bar rodsburg last week. Kev. Mr. Ilachford, of Texas, is sup plying the Presbyterian church at Kirks- ville for six months or more. He is a I splendid gentleman and is making many friends in that community. years of faithful After twenty-fou- r service, Dr. J. O. Hunter resigned the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church at Harrodsburg. He served the church at Georgetown for eighteen I years, prior to going to Harrodsburg. Mr. James Cornelison of Pendleton, I Oregon an old O. U. student will be in Leuisvule for the ueneral Assembly or the Northern Presbyterian church, May 19th. He will visit Richmond his old home for a few days. Rev. Russell Cecil, D. D., of Rich mond, Va., who married a niece of Mrs. IKobert Miller, ol this city, while re--I turning from the church service some nights ago, was run over by an automo bile and had his collar broken and one rib broken and suffered internal in' juries. He is slowly recovering. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly every Sunday in their apartments. 130 Second street, Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Les Wednesday son sermon at 11 a. m. evenmg,testimomai services at r.Jv 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 21, "Doctrine or AtoneI The public is cordially ment." invited to any and all services. One quality, one price, ready-to-weIucKifc Arnold, suits 310.00. city in Ipected to be inaugurated In this T By A. W. MACY. William H. Seward m4 Ma friends were sorely dlsapfliit-t- d at his failure to secure the nomination or the presidency In 1860. Lincoln displayed keth sagacity and magnanimity when he gave his defeated rival the most Important place In his cab IneL At the time Lincoln wa largely an unknown quantity, while Seward was a man of much experience in public affairs. Seward's friends confidently expected him to be the strong man of the cabinet, and even to overshadow the executive. Shortly after entering upon his duties he handed Lincoln "Some a note containing Thoughts for the President's Among other Consideration." things he suggested the necessity that some one man should take the lead and grapple boldly with the situation, closing with these words: "Either the president must do it himself, or devolve It upon some member of It Is not the cabinet my special province, but I, neither seek to evade or asLincoln sume responsibility." answered the note the same day. On the question of leadership he simply said, "If this must be done, 1 must do it" The matter was dropped then and there, and with fine discretion Lincoln kept the correspondence ASHAMED OF IE FACE "I waa ashamed of my face." writes 2Ilss PIckard of North Carolina. "It was all full of pimples and Bears, but D. after using V. say D. Prescription for Kczema I can that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago." This is but one of thousands of cases in which D. D. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble. V. u. l). cleanses the skin of the ecrms of Eczema. Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases; stops the itch instantly, and when used with D. D. D. soap the cures Nothing like seem to be permanent l). v. u. lor the complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents, enoutrh to prove the merit of this wonderfu' rem edy. Wo can also jrlve you a full size bottle for $1.00 on our absolute guarantee that If this very first bottle falls to elve you relief It will cost you noth ing. I SHOES FOR SPRING fjpjjl Shoe fashions are most important and a disregard of Iheir selection may mar the most effective costume. STOCKTOX & SON ... Attention, Farmers! Jake, my fine jack, will make the season of 1912 at the Otter Crook stock farm at $8.00 to insure a living mule. Jake is a black jack with whito points 15 hands high, sired by Rufus McCord's jack and out of a Bourbon Chief jonnot I will also stand at the same time and placo my saddle stallion at $3.00 to in sureuiving colt. l have for sale some nice Poland China gilts either bred or open. Also I havo for sale selected seed corn Phone 723. MAY COLLINS, 41 4t. Richmond. , KV j. the mode of the moment. This season there should be related touches between the various details of your costume. This gives full sway to the tendency towards the novel effects in colors and materials that characterize the new "Queen Quality" find In "Queen you always Quality" models. secret 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 (Copyright, I'll, by Joseph B. Bowles.) "Bob" Taylor's Last Words. Sometime Until Another Distribution. The Burloy Tobacco Association through President LeBus, says that no further distribution of money will be made for some time not until tho Court of Appeals passes yn tho Pendie ton county case. "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. If you wish to see styles 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 fabrics, you should see our Spring showing of "Queen Quality." and We want you to see them at once. Why not to-da- y? ncaa m W. D. Oldham & Go Buy An IHC Spreader From Your Local Dealer Richmond's Greatest Store ill JTij w T I I on every farm. Every live farmer has asked himself "Which spreader is best?" "Why is it best?" and, "Where can I buy that spreader?" I he answer to these ques--. tions is buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. The fertility of your; soil depends as much on proper distribution as on the manure itself. Settle the manure spreader question once for all. See the local dealer and buy an E YOND doubt a good man- J ure spreader is a necessity wedded lite. which torbid marriage: Ruin-oa- s early f ollles and sins, lost manhood, premature decay, poor memory, nervousness, blood poison, varicocele, hjdro- , -- m.w.u.c, Elect, pus urinary troubles and iu.u are married you shpnld know the secrets told In book. II not married you ought to before marriage. Psgei. I, ,200 PrecipUens.lI You needknow boot Iarn this Free secret truths or S...: children, uet tnls hnv "owA 10 mm Wrw Wfl 11CG 6Wvu,tu nulla. wonder- - Elk , 'n Plata language, this wapf, to know ana should know or 10761 co"tshlP.marriaco.chi!d-Rr.7i.tlappZ,0Sa.nnhaPP- T J VS1.BSVy y THAT .,..,i " ZZ ?.r ready-to-wea- IHC Cora-shoul- ts Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cloverleaf Santlreelnpliln wrapper. ecurelMeiled. Wrileforlttoiii. HEIDELBERG MEDICAL INSTITUTE M7Ki,?Walew thQ secrets of t..,.lL.a, 51h AvonU8' Cincinnati, Ohio " We win spare you the penalties of jour Ignorance and f 53y." Ttia Leading Sn.M.ri.t. I i j iw t, neeaig or anyooay else lot his many e admiring friends in this cjtyf "allow" them that privilege. all of whom are quite jubilant over the Kagnaw fe Standard. The Steel Trust investigation and the bright prospects of his selection as Bank a bagmaw anchors with the patent Lawreaee mill strike proved beyond the Commissioner of Kentucky, a new office IMiER HOOP and four base anchors. oi a doubt, that protection docs created by the recent Legislature. Tho patent Steel DOOR Frame places I V. I. -bAl Boon frruvl watvA (n -j- " iir. z.. a. ice nas oeen quite ill at strength where it is needed and insures praotteally every - his home on Glyndon of industry outI. avenue, suffering doors. side those coBtrolled by the tariff from aa altack of pneumonia. For llie strongest and best Silo on tho American wages are higher than several days during treu market. Write for catalog and nrlr.M. tfeey are abroad. The trusts work thoir .. ..the past . week . hi, I . . "juuu was consiaered. quite serious . . , FOSTER HELM, mem less man but since Sunday he has improved 8 42-Lexington. KV w ""'"yemroyeq spread receive, rapidly and at a late hour yesterday was " Has. W. J. Betax has the following greal,y ImProved. The many friends P"1" citizen wiU rejoice to to say regardiag bis preference in the oflhls Presidential race: "The Commoner has now lnat u no complication arists Mr, Hot expressed a preference between Wil-se- a Rice will soon be sufficiently recovered -- cuy virtue of an Execut on TJn l aad Clark. It would favor Oiark in as to resume his business in the firm of Six head of largo cattle, belonging to directed tt me. which issued from tho aay State where Clark is stronger than Rice & Arnold. Clerk's office of the Madi Mr. W P Part i A1I1HU HMMUtlf t.m.j t.. . . . " '' Wilson. It would favor Wilson In any Friday afternoon by lighlning, and Mr. Assessment Raise Made State where Wilson is stronger than Carl Park rendered unconscious as" a I, or one of deputies, will on Advisedly. Clark." So as a matter of fact, the It is said that the tentative assess result oi tne snocK. The cattle were Monday, May Ceneer seems to be on the fence. 6, ment of the franchises of the railroads on the farm of Andy McCord and were . mn o . I. . Republicans in convention in of Kentucky were not made by the Board in a barn when the electric storm came, 1Im,.. .mo t The uours oi tu clock a m. uutnecu Louisville last week carriedout the Taft of Valuations and Assessments without Mr. Park having also taken shelter anu o clock p. m., at tho court house therein. When the stroke of lightning uoorin iticiimontl, Madison county, Ky. program in entirety and sent to the complete information regarding expose to public sale, to the highest and the .naueaai tmveotlon a Taft delegation, earnings, net and cross, of the railroad struck the barn Mr. Park was so severe- best bidder, the following described headed by Senator W. O.Bradley. and for this reason it is believed that ly shocked as to lay in an unconscious property (or so much thereof as may be condition for some time. Finally necessary 10 satisiy piaintiir s debt. Low heels for ladies' wear are amon tbe ,arSe increases made will not be re-cost), $2,901.40 and gaining his senses he made his way I QUCed . to finv nnnriofila nWan r .i ilia iu: me costs oi mis action. ?"n,B? WM?1 aware of the death " the facts for the assessment, ers. Wehavethem. ce 44 Acres of Land air. ll IS Saiu in Denalf of thn Ttnar h. it the cattle had all the informntinn Vit .n,,M K Park has about recovered and his friends Jioro or loss, on the waters of Silver obtlined and went deeper into the In rejoice to know that he escaped more ureeK in tho Klrksville Magisterial District in Madison county, Ky., and boundvi vestlgation of the condition of the rail serious injury. 1 II ed as follows: On tho north bv lanil nf roads than has ever been attempted by of Lucy Hockaday; east and south by Public 5ales Advertised. any oilier lioard. the lands of Parker Anderson, and on In this issue of The Climax there are the west by tho Paint Lick turnpike. John L. Rich, of Covington, who! was Tonight several public sale advertisements of Levied upon as property of Lucv Hock i employed by the Board to make the in- aday and "Waltor Hockaday. VailflAVlllA anH . vestication into the valunf n, nii,0 importance. TERMS Sale will bo made on a credit Don't forget the Turlev sal u,mr. . .. ..uw.wwdt wuwiHieu icwris xnaue in I of three (3) months, bond with approved stockholders as well ajUhBMnnrf.. r0"- xbls will be one of the largest security required, bearing interest at Thursday Night to the Auditor, and a wide difference Sa,M f lhe s?ason' much valuable stock tno rate of 0 per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and win do sold. was found in the two statements, it Is eueci oi a sale Donu. said. It was largely the reports to the l"naluraay. April 27th, Dudley D. A. McCOUD. 5. M. n Heirs will sell one of the most de-Pies that Is resnonsihln 43-sirab, residences in the city, besides a April 15, 1912. increase In the franchises. Mr. Rirh 01 nouseno,d Sods and farming im found, he reports, that the railroads re- - . ported smaller earnings to the Auditor plltnel8'etc- than to the stockholders. Onlv a fw L. n u MnesJay, May 1, Mrs. B. H. wm se" stock' Arming lmple- - Will have three groat Stallions at his corporations besides the railroads were raenB nousenold and kitchen furniture Stable for tho Season of 1912. .. assessed bv the lto.iri t it. Master Commissioner Jiice has two Friday and Saturday meetimr. Other nnhlln ,,.lnt M, tions will be assessed at a meeting of the S3leS advertUed one OQ APr 25 and one LORD RION Nights Board to be held the middle of next by the great Arlon Vaudeville bnentr McCord also advertises a sale Race fecord 2:20 week. 2:07 out of Madge Fullerton 2:21. on Monday, May 0. All these sales are worthy of your at Great brood mare list fee $25.00 living tention. Hunt np the advs. and read colt. f mg aStM,015WteS' .... r -- Pri. .waMr Smith ... inlLnrDS H ,..- -- ,J' nciuuiuo Jl uy stew le - w the very hiehest nrices for samn. i Mr. "eatherage has been in the wool la this city, for the past six- teen years ana lias purcnased more pounds of fleece than any man in the county. During these years Mr. Death- erage has been an active buyer and was largely responsible for the high prices paid In this county for wool. There is not a buyer In Madison who has been In iue marhet ior anyining iiko so many years, and long experience combined with his courteous treatment and high prices paid for wool, is responsible for the enormous business done by him in this line every season. Pay -- sels watcll0S a""ound dynamiting. ponds before 5jos air-tig- ht U. Sheriffs Sale ,, K JS&? 1912 ? J ZaZZ Uing VJ to-w- it: ""uk. f I lllr""! sm- 1-lr- Pirfiiric 1 k..,., I"": of ll late Dudley Tribble. is a orick house, centrally located inIt of one the most desirable neighborhoods in Intenuliosal Harrester Company of America town, and has nine rooms and all modern conveniences. (Incorporated) Chicago The lot on which the house Is USA For tho season of 1912, at my mother's Is one of the best drained in town,built IHC Serrice Bureau and . The purpose of this Bureau is lo furnish has on it a splendid stable and a good piace near lticnmonu, on Uijt llill Dike free of charge to all. the best information garden. Every thing is in iirst-clas- s uuiainauie on Dettcr tarmlng. 11 you hav As Administrators of G. T5. TWW ... tt any wormy questions concernlngsolls. crops, condition. i $15 to Insure a Living Colt land nralnav. trrlmilnn f..r.ll:... n.M At the same time and place we will makeyour inquiries speci'flcand seni them Jo I H C Service Bureau, Harvester Building. PEDIGREE: Brilliant n. i n Tnr. Ion the Boggs kne, aboutl milos south-oa- st of Richmond, Kj-.-, , , cneron colt, by It. of Household oweoiwater, bred colorY.?ray.Grimsloy of in., foaled ADril 0, 1000. Kitchen Sired by Gaulor's Percheron aiainon, imported by Dunham, Including a new Florence Air Tight & Coleman, of Wayne, 111. Fletcher Gaulor's Stove and a good range. Also n line sircu ny i!.rrotat. iio bv Volcan, he by at 0:30 A- - M- - t"0 following UocnU ! family horse, safe for women or child uiuuuviuu, uw vy oiaiiret no oy Kril ren to drive; a good buggy and harness, liant. Dam Mag.black mare by Hoscoe. On TnI-- S nno. i,i lo liands a'number of fnrminEr imnle he by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize high, extra good and well hrc. i rtS turning plows, corn nlanti'is. 9 one S00" winner at tho Chicago World's Fair, he irmso jack, broke; 2 good yearlin" lacks- - 1 seed strippers, 1 sled, a Itandall har- by Brilliant, ono of the most noted Per- yearling jennett ; 5 jennetts in foal 1 pair extra lour-yo- ar '' " row, a new cultivator, 1 plow, scraper, chorons of either France or America,for v. . mare mules 1 srnnil ,nare and other things too numerous to whicliJIr. Dunham wa3 olTorod a very 1 good !1 1 mention. long price to let him co back to France. ld ' 3 earling mule : 2 mules, broke t TERMS: All Sums tlnilpr S'Yi nnei. So it will bo seen that Bhiuiast n ; work, 1 good work horse. 21 vfr.i rnnPi: .. ? .i , ...;ii. tuna, uuu xin caiVft? V . nrcov m j i In hand; all above that sum, negotia- very dooply bred in the Brilliant hlnmi iiiiaiv r ! Fn.n 1 .... .1 I "' ble note, due July 1, 1912. iiuu is luujr eniuieu 10 inename of Urll8hoats' about40 barrels of enr,; ?1D8 b?"; 8 nam, an extra good lot of farming implemen DUDLEY TIMBBLE'S HEIRS direct from the most exclusive I wish to impress upon parties havinir Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer, IMPORTER in New York at pricea WaSU?' plOWS' uiurus iu ureeu, mat UKltLUST D cultivators ptant :i C weighs 1700 pounds. I bnl inVA tho lima tkat will eitonlih you. A saving niowmg machines, binder, hay rake, tobar. to you of from 253 to 50X on each is at hand when it takes weight to brine setter, tobacco screw, pond scraper, Platform perckaae. w.c Miuiioj. iieauers 01 mo ureedera l.ot of wagon and plow gear, and carriage harness scales, ct- -. Gazetto will notice that within tho last and spnIn addition to this saving to you in fowduys large numbers of Percheron money, you are able lo chose from a penter tools; fencing tools, and every thing necessary mares nave oeen soiu for Drieas nrnnml large assortment of styles, materials for u and exceeding $500. Gue taken to preon tne larm. A nice lot of curoil h and prices. Our stock reflects Fashvent accidents, ion's every whim from the worthy but- . not rfcnnniKla .. 1.1 traces; some new farm gate ; staple 25 cent cotton hose to the rarest l will sell publicly on ijien retained on auuuiu any occur. nbn f in am and most delicate shades of silk .ulk uutii service lee is paiu, or bred to nut lOgsr oOO POUllds of himlnr ftr nn nml e .!. stockings. WEDNESDAY. MAY lsl. 1912 anomcr norse. iuv ui uwiKr linn, show you good spreader construction and explain why it is good. When you buy your spreader from him, he will set it up lor you, show you how to adjust it, start you off right, and be right there all the time to take care of any future needs. Study fertility; learn why a good spreader is good. Buv an IHC spreader from your local dealer that is the beginning oi tne most prohtable farming. The I II C local dealer will Public Sale We will sell publicly on 5tand the Percheron Stallion Will Oopjrlilit 1310, by the Standard Adr. Co. 27th, 1912. at 10 o'clock A. M., on the premises on West Main Street, liiciimonJ,Ify.,the SATURDAY, APRIL RESIDENCE BRILLIANT D. There is no seed so fertile as money. Every single dollar is productive. The closer you plant the siccuer ine narvesi. noney in the bank, unlike the crops of field, needs no cultivation, and its is not endangered by frost or drought STATE BANK & TRUST CO. RICHMOND, KY Public Sale! i,.,i SiC,SJr?I'U3r two-year-old Jeii a lot and Furniture, Thursday, April 18th, 1912, m,,i. Your First Opportunity to buy Silk Hosiery two-year-o- I"le; r-i .... 1 X?'? wSSr ? f ?nw Public Sale 10 O'cIOCk r' e,ulPan(i The Brasfield Guarantee at Casey ""arucies K anr article purchased front us faili to aire perfect satufuction, tend it back at our expense, and we will seed you new good or refund your money. A. M..OM lhoT.mmlcoc inrce mnes iroin lliclininnii nn ti.o piKe, Hie following, viz THE PROMISINQ YOUNG JACK Slock, Farming Implements, Etc iwcniy-nv- too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of sale. G. B. & W. B. TURLEY, Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. Administrators . fr 3t Jones BOB WALKER Of NUMBERS No. 99 Lsilt," Bue ttreid lilk boot Dec? girlcr top of Uilc. heel md lot. very inter, au colors. Sizes a to 10. temple pslr J5c. 3 PIr J1J30. No. 100 Lsiilei' pare thrcsil silk tose. Deep sane, ,up or iiic. ncBrorcia neei snd toe Very steer. All colors. Sizes 8 to 10. Sample TRY ONE OCR LEADING lur Th-.-.j- 52777 89c 6palt$5JJ. Ho. 103 No. 146 Ladles' pore thresd silk hose; ht we!(M. Errptlan llile (arter top: sole, bel in 4 toe. Blsck only, sizes 8 to 10. Sample salt and Pictures 3-- 4, 4, The Center of Attraction marked leature of our goods js sue manjr novel and unique arucies wnicu cannot m du plicated in makiQa detion froaa any of wMch aaai de- ?ffir1fi Rich jewelry ana artistic silverware are especially at-iracuve in tneir generous pro- - Sjxift v-f- Lingerie bnappy "up suits for the (Belter knoaw as tho Jako lforndon young Hiwi oao price, ono quality horse) Registered saddlo stallion by 81fl. Kick & Attorn. Lynn Boyd 80. Dam Helen B. 373 by Abo Van Meter. Helen B. is also the dam of a gelding that sold lor $1750.00. . Mark Hanna has proven to bo the best JJ 1C? breeder of saddle and business horses that ever stood in Madison county. Fee Ha4 Embroidery is aBltebk $15.00 for a living .oolt. for ill ectwtieas asd all aes. tw special Ladles' pare tares silk bow, lisle Ssncttop, sole hcefsnd toe. Hita spliced becL Medlemvelibt. All col ors. Sizes 8 is 10. Siaple psir 95c. 6 pairs S3 --50. Ladles' pare tkreaa uilc hole. 'The bosiery of a bunired dlEcrtslsbad'ea." We caa mauh soy sowa er saoe. sizes a lo 10. Sspl pslr S1J9. 6 pair ttLOO. Xo.132-- 1. MARK HANNA 44 CB.toeclal a Summer iamiy jfce yHcWW say 3veejM anisein 'a 1mm la tks M AM fcaslsnr taspsss. UsW 1MM M eassat be kai fia rcs4 ec sear III ssot . tor- f. yeager j:. sirable as presents 1 Eyi wk e Itteris iMsU CLEO Wtstarr. Undeewsaf llggLBUU rJ ucad of cattle, weicht extra good: 17 nice Jersey cows and six younir heifers; 1 Jersey bull, well bred;l urn iiiuics; 1 extra good i draft horse, 4 years old, dilves single ur uouuie; 1 carr.age mare; 11 shoals, weight about 100 lbs.: ono Ji.vi.nr.ni, wujKing norse, a nno prospect; ono mare uy wex ArDuckle, In vci-ui- u foal to jack; one colt by .Lakeland Jay, broken to drive; one oy iioru tcian -- vsoi, ."jcuiuus dam by Lynboyd; about 160 chickens; farming implements consisting rf i! mowing machines, 1 Randall sjuiTuw, turning plows, 1 hay press, 2 corn planters, 1 corn speller, 1 hoy rake, two wagons, cider mill, ono horse wagon, good buggy, buck- w.UBuuu miiK wagon ana Harness, liog box, 4 lard kettles; sled, plow o uumvuiura, ponu scraiers, on&fence machine, grind stone, good cutting box. Meat and lnrri ten hog; household and kitchen furniture about 5,000 tooacco sticks, and various omer tnmgs. A good Auto- "luuuc, cyunuertl live passenger, engine In 11 shape. Terms made known on day of sale. e aoout UoQ or 1200 lbs., 1" TEN THOUSAND ROLLS jLong" Will also make thn time and place, at n Tom SAncnn nl. NEW 1912 thn coma 'y $10 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred to JaCK. WALL PAPERS Just receive! w4 are ea saie at rsl-cla- ss Iavka all Th greatest Spotted Tony Stud alive. H aoltc tiwkt are coming thk spring arc W'.GOfora livin eoH. ffawltet. MtS. B. I. MALE. RiCBMOtTD, MY aod lia of pallwai and aaKriaJs. 4Wt r J. C. BRASF1ELD & Co, I MsiJIiaasA, !WYiltCh ROBT. WALKER juohmond. mr "Er Thomas Eloctrio OiPis tb .Wst or nor at tl.w COM. WX. B. TURLKY. remedy for that often dUmm TtjfhotM 10. Riehioood.Ky. croup, lthasbocn Used with sueeM in our family for eight yeftr."Mr. Dr. Kuslli Cora. Bnaodr does the L. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. T. lm work, Wine' Drug Stor. 3C-t-f This jack Is of big bone, good head and oar, and must be scon to be appro- vmiou. ujs cous wuion navo foal- w, are oi exceptional size andbeen quality. Loxo Tom will be to.the mulo world what Peter the Great and Rex Peavlne are to tno trott inn and s.iHri!n worhl ne is by Wm. Todd's big Jack, I no by Marmaduk-ft-. TTI Rmi Big Andy, he by Tom Keeno. h bv uudo uuilngton; 2d dam by Lear's I apoieon. Mares kent on ansa n. in Pan t c hAs I day. Not responsible for acoidenls. but all cre. taken to prevent same. Will also stand my Silver Crk Retf 2 l-- 2c Single Roll 8 Yards h. B Wi,ianf first-cla- ss Urim - Ppr Fflce. Remember we sell ye 4c, 5c, 6c Sane Price is Fen Hanging and Painting y0ur P?er at 10c roll (3 yards), borders: and price, and do your painting at the lowest priee. Only workmen employed f(l ls I- - Willoinol jstanTfer ) you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of Suits. For Fit, 5tyle, Wear and Quality none is our equal Young men, J m The Rickntii Climax. (Incorporated.! VERIFY IT The Proof is in RPchihond Al most at Your Door. J. B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb Home-Makin- Your Spring Suit Never before have the as sortments been so comDlete. Our racks are brimming over witn all the new styles THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO A. D. W. Spring is the 5eason of g s u. Miller t mte KENTUCKY Htnkar PRESS Pres. and Mgr. ( ASSOCIATION Sec'y-Trea- s Scott's Emulsion keeps children healthful and happy. Give them a few drops of this strengthening food-medicine EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBUSI1ERS IEAGUE. 11.00 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17 191 watch them grow. HELPLESS WHEN ON every day and ITS BACK IT PREVENTS shades 'e promise you the greatest value in all Thm'rp fhft vrv sivIa vnn vvanf . ft e snow mem in medium ana aanc 1 1 Norfolk Suits Predicament of Camel Means Much Hard Work and Is Conducive to Profanity. The "ship ot the desert," like any other ship, may be capsized, and In that predicament the camel Is said to be absolutely helpless under certain Croup Whooping -- Cough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh and many outer troubles ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- IS 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 WearWellShoe for Men" $4.00 Becker. Marer & Co. Special" at $3 Cbleaco end 33.50. 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 Rice & Hutchins famous egency for women. We have the sole Lducator Shoes. We carry them in White buck and Canvas Sil-Ki- 'The Always and "Royal conditions. The queer beast's manner of lying down to rest Is to fold his legs be neath his body. If he happens to roll upon his side he cannot recover his feet again. This Infirmity of the animal was amusingly Illustrated In the experience of a French explorer whose caravan was made up of cam els. The leader had bought some new ones and had no idea of taking any other animals Into a country largely composed of loose sand. Trouble began at the very outset. One camel, as awkward as any of the species, managed to tumble Into a ditch of thick mud between the road and a wheat field. When once fallen a camel can only get up again If he can arrange his feet conveniently under him and If the ground is nearly fiat. In this case It was not so. The an! mal lay with all four feet In the air. perfectly resigned and incapable of single movement to help himself. To draw him out required more than half an hour and took the united efforts of many men with cords passed un der the camel's back. SAW GOLDEN FUTURE AHEAD Tho public statement of a Richmond citizen is in iiself strong proof for Rich mond people, but confirmation strengthens the evidence. Here is a Richmond citizen who testified years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills relieved weak kidneys and now states the result was permanent Can any suf ferer from kidney ills ask belter proof? You can investigate The case is right at home. Mollie Powers, 209 Hallie-lrvi- ne St, Richmond. Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills certainly are good and I gladly confirm tho testimonial I gave in 1003 re commending them. They cured me of a severe case of kldnoy trouble. I suffer ed almost constantly for seven years from kidney trouble and could not got got any relief until I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Middelton's Drus Store. This romedy quickly corrected my trouble and it has never returned." For salo by all dealers. Price 50 cents. n Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agonts for the United Slates. Romamber tho name Doan's and take no other. lm Voto for R. B. Terrill for to the olllco of County Court Clork. He will appreciate an endorsement of his present administration. tf Foster-Milbur- For everything and everybody. Our lists ef iaMraWe real estate should and will interest both buyers ami sellers. To the former we can otfer a number of fae buiWinr sites and lots; alto saany beautiful and auraaUve bouses of various styles and sizes for sale at meat liberal term. These with properly for sale will Sad it greatly to their advantage to Net then with us, as eur oiass of elieatff is vry large awl sale APLC Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Long Distance leIephone83 MafiSt"6 Richmond, Ky Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chances are The farmer brought him here. And those other little pis That stayed at home No doubt will be brought here, too. We are headquarters for ass FEEDING For Producion of Eggs This is one very essential point, which you shoo Id never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unteM they are supplied with the material from which;Egs are made. A Hen is only a machine for makiiMf ICgg eutef the material which she finds in her fetl. ami UHless she is given the proper T N If regularly, aloey with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGOS. Annonnccmens Choice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here One Girl's LUC k stenographer as she pinned tissue paper around her clean, stiff cuffs preparatory to attacking the day's work. "Well?" The bookkeeper's tone called for particulars. Then he asked: "What special luck has befallen you?" "Oh, it's Just the glory of being able to work," she declared. "Think of earning one's own living! Think of being a business woman, free from all the cares and tribulations of home life nothing to do but earn a nice little salary that I'm sure of getting each week! "I'm much to be envied by my sisters in society, the poor butterflies who are forced to stay up late night after night, while I'm renewing my beauty such as It Is in sleep. Tho worn, ennuied, ambltlonless girls who drag out a wretched existence trying to have a good time how I pity them! The" "Here, here!" exclaimed the bookkeeper, excitedly. "Stop before you're all run down. You're overworking yourself, child. I'm afraid you're going to be ill." The little stenographer smiled. "And ho thought I meant it!" she exclaimed, under her breath. "No, but listen to me!" she Insisted, aloud. "Think of it! Here I get up at six o'clock mornings, well rested after a good, long sleep, having gone to bed at ten no social engagements having kept me up and I dress in five or ten minutes, having things all my own way, being bothered by no maid, and knowing exactly where my things are, having put them in certain places myself the night before. I know exactly what to wear, bo I don't have to worry for an hour to decide which dress Will be most becoming. I Just put on my working dress on work days and my Sunday dress on Sundays, and that's all there is to It Why, it's beautifully simple. Think of the Joy of having no worry on that score; then think of the trials of society belles. "Then, too, I know exactly where I'm going every day and Just what I'm going to do. I don't have to worry and fret over whether I'm insulting or pleasing by accepting or rejecting Invitations. I don't have to attend long receptions and meet illustrious folk and feel alarm lest I won't be smart enough to talk with them. I Just calmly take a nice, convenient street car to my daily work. After I get there I find my day all arranged for by the firm no worry whatever on my part Shouldn't I appreciate all T "It's funny how we never appreciate our own good luck," said the little The Imperial Double Disc Harrow The bright young man had tried several business ventures and prompt ly failed in each. "You're not well grounded," said And let 1912 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? friend who had been watching his commercial tumbles. "What you need Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the Is technical knowledge." ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to So the bright young man sat himself down and ate up the six best sell little details and we've a good warm office, with experiperfect all the ers of the commercial library. They told him how to do business in every ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you way known to the gods ot supply and get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come demand, and they plainly showed him that If he had efficiency and energy in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber and enthusiasm on his side he could J& that go into a building take the limited to success and get there ahead of time. Moulding, Shingles, Etc Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, So the bright young man read these helps to prosperity forward and back and down the middle. Todd-Edwar- ds One day he met his friend. "Hello," he said; "I've got all the 'Richmond, Kentucky Phone 100 Corner Orchard and Main-s- t success dope I can carry and don'i intend to shake down for any more." "Pood," said the friend. "I suppose you'll be right back in business again?" "Nothing doing," laughed the brfght H PEOPLE TIRED young man. "I've got something bet ter on hand than that,'' Notice! "But aren't you going to apply the A North Carolina Man Suggests principles you have Just absorbed?" a Remedy "Zes, yes." 4-11Greensboro, N. C 'Tor a long -44 "By working?" time I cas so run down and debill "No, by lecturing!" tated that I could hardly drag around CURES My appetite was poor and I could not sleep nights. I had tried different so- Cholera, Gaoes, LimbernecK, Roup, Canker,. tole Hubby's False Teeth. benefit I was called Daniel O'Connell Is a wire worker in Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry advised tonicstrywithout cod liver and the Rankin mills and naturally stands zaoiiv0ozzr your to for jnanaadtlunlitlliebert Mia Katie Brrwt. Bankowa. Kr, mtc "I lun ncd Reage 1 Iron tonic VinoL and I am so glad I for things being long drawn out, but tspeaudluBlxxneck withootful. pouhrrraeoVinade. llcora did, for It gave me a hearty appetite, the tensile strength of his patience drapew) Recipe "One l id Coeran, Biiitwn, Ky un:clack drop ofIliithe beat prermtiTeJ down the bulefjpui dbjcitn Uaibewcraa hie era tuei teet& iuUsdr. I soon commenced to sleep soundly. snapped and broke after being stretch Mffl. mi Gurantctd by J. Eobt Cnime. Btrdstovns, Ky. Price 50c it ill Pmgjbu. and I feel strong, well and more ac ed beyond the limit of endurance by SOU) BY tive than I have for years. Every run Mrs. O'Connell when she got away down or debilitated person should with his false teeth while he slum just give Vlnol a trial." K. Allsbrook. bered. Her alleged purpose was the What Yinol did for Mr. Allsbrook evening up of a grievance she was en or tertaining. Now a man who is a wire It will dp for every weak, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. debilitated person In this vicinity. To worker has, as a rule, a very good ap show our faith we will furnish the petite, and requires solid food. O'Conmedicine free M it does not do as wo nell sucked In milk and soup as long claim. Corao In and get a bottle on as he could stand it. Mrs. O'Connell remained obdurate and he becoming these terms, thin and weak, applied to the Brad B. L. MIDDELTON. Druggists dock police to assist in the recovery of his store molars. But Mrs. O'Connell has pot yet attained the full measure pf her revenge. Pittsburgh Dispatch. Taxes Due. Your tires for the year 1911 are now Como in my hands for collection. "Big Men and Crime.'' in early and avoid the rush, as well as raigf healthy men seldom go saving the penalty, by prompt payment, wrong," says a Kansas City Judicial D. A. McCobd. Sheriff, pracle. "It Is the thin, shrimpy type We will furnish you the best annings who are the criminals." Yet a New York financier recently convicted was and put them up at lowest prices. shrimp; another recent a Barlow & Dozikr, Boston financier caught In Bombay 39-t- f 307 East Main street, and brought back to Charlestown For rheumatism you will find nothing prison was an anemic wisp weighing better than Uhamberlam s Liniment, 250 pounds; still another Boston brok Try it and see how quickly it gives er who trimmed everybody In State relics, Korsaw y ajl dealers. lm street before going to languish at the jCnarlestown reception house exceeded Tbos, A, Sheln, agent for Hurst the d limit of physical deli Home Insurance Pip. Wrftp me or phone cacy. to Tate & Son Successor 151 ring ?, Pnlpn Pfry, py. More and more frequently is it bePlenty of Oats and all kinds of field ing proved that assertions are totally L. Main Independent of information. prices. See us seeds at attractive befoy a buying, AUXOLD & SliTMOXS. The Real Story. It Anciently any itching skin trouble, piles. by the name there lived a certain man For of George, who yg3 much eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald pesierea Dy a aragoa. bead, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment "you f fle alike, is highly recommended. 00c a box at twjee aragons colors were never and by that the creature alljsu)vt. lm go$ on George's nerves In a particu lar manner. At length .George fell to thinking, and the very next time b,p was asked tpflat no would have he replied: Why Not Build a Home This Year Young Man Had Absorbed Knowledge, as Directed, and Was Re?dy to Apply It, Lumber Co. RUK-DOW- IE Poultry Raisers 1 4-- STOCKTON & SON, You Don't Have To run-dow- n Worry - 8-- tf j about impure Seeds if ou buy from D. B. McKinney Telephone 35 5treet I will make it to your interest see me before buying it The forward sections cut the ground and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and throw it back Once to iu original position. The ground is leveled and pulverized and left in perfect condition for seeding. over the field with an Imperial Double Disc does as much work as twice over with a Single Disc and does it, more thoroughly. The time and expense of discing is reduced one-hal-f. An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven feet cut Is generally used with three horses. An Imperial Double Disc of the same width of cat requires only ear. The saving of horse pewer to aceewpUafeed: Firtt bv the form af the machine. The double action of the the two hawews. om aitaefeed to and immediate ly following the other, reauirec much lew than the power of two separf arrows. Second, hv thi. shan. of tfca blade. The scalloped blades, though betUrWvefiews than solid blades, have draft. less bearing service agaiact the surface they aove and conseqtwatif mn Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage -- Basch Company's "I never have to face emergencies, Lawyers being never called suddenly to some important social affair in New York or Office in Douglas & Simmons' new San Francisco or to Europe. Think of Building on Second Street the poor girls, no older than I, who opp. Court House suddenly face the dlro necessity of New York Chicago getting twenty or thirty new frocks ancl the sundries tq attend them! 4arry M Blanton, Samples Submitted to Your Own Home Yhlnk of having to let modistes fit you q gress after dress, and having to suf: Novel DENTIST fer in silence, so that the fit pf each Democratic In Bennatt BaiUin?. iMBce may be perfect! For, being In, the We are authorized to announce RUFUS .laaty I'HLhPHONK 1M public eye, the society girl can't stick JENKINS u, caudidate for Assessor of county subject to Iheaction of the pin in anywhere to Ijlde a wrinkle Mudlson a Democratic barty. ap'd then stand so that side of her A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME Wo'are authorized to announco P. S. won't be noticed. She must be absoIlITLOCK, a candidato for tho oilice Hnccessor to Uurgin & Denny lutely perfect all over. of Assessor of Madison county, subject " '"'Think pf her troubles, and then to tno action oi tno Democratic party Over State Banc & Trust Company think pf me! I can devote any noon FOR COUNTY CLERK TKLEPHONE 2 hour to shopping merely by going Tho Climax is authorized to announco iejtljout lunph. J pan pick up bargains R. Tt. Terrill as a candidato for tho at any sale. Then in not more than of (JountyOIerk of Madison county, ofiico subtwo or three weeks, by working eve- joct to tho action of tho Democratic Specialist nings and Saturday afternoons, I can party. have a new dress made exactly as I We are authorized to announce LaRueC. In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE House a candidate for Clerk and THROAT want it I don't have to take Just .'tauison counts- - sumcct County action fo to the o what some dressmaker tells mo I Democratic party Richmond, Ky Oldham Rldg. must have. I can have a low walsted dress if I want it and that kind Is FOR CITY ATTORNEY easier to make when gyptv nnn in We wearing "high waists and on one can RAY aro authorized to announco MTJR Dentist SMITH a candidato for City Atstop me. torney of Richmond, subject to the action "Think, too, of the poor society oi tne Democratic party. Telephone 267 gjrl's having to take along a chaperon Wo are authorized to announco D. M Office in Oldham Building forever shp goes I Why, J CIIE.NAULT a candidato for City At- Man-Tailor- ed work nights until ten or eleveq any lornoy, suojeci to tno action ot tlio Dem ' time thp firm wants me to and then ocratic party. Made-to-Measu- re e trip home alone, and take my FOR POLICE JUDGE DENTIST no one says a word. I have such perWo are authorized to announco J. D. fect freedom! I can go to a theater with just another girl. If I want to, subject to tho action of the Democratic Lick, find, sittipg high up, no opera glass- party. Crown, Brldgo and Inlay work a es are turned op me to note with Wo are authorized to announco W. L. Specialty. " Samples sbewa aad measures Moreover, he stuck to it whom I'm sitting. From my comfort Leeds for Polico Judee of Kiclimond, Office in Bank Building, taken by "St George!" sniffed bin boon com able chair I can see the poor rich subject to the action of tho Democratio panions ironically. sir, jn tight clothes and a stiff, un party. But posterity spoke of him without comfortable position for buq can't Tho Climax Is authorized to announco Irony, remembering only that he had, slouch down and be cpmrortable try superintendent John Nol.md as a canfty the exercise of a superb courage. ing to look unconscious of the opera didato for tho oilice of Police Judgo of it 226 Seconcf St. glasses turned on her. I can enjoy the the City or Richmond, subject to tho ac plug- the dragon. Is lion of the Democratic party. play, but she must be constantly thinkServices Reasonable. ing of herself. :: pressed. PHONE. 83, rSay, honestly," declared "I like to fcxaralatf tho dictionary stenographer, looking half the little FERR1ELL seriously Also beautiful line of Snitinzs, Serge . . during spare moments. Vou ui many f til6 O00KKeeper tor an instant, "do and Mohairs by the yard. Phoae 419. its uaexpected things in it" you'know, alter all, J on know hut Real "Yes; ive noticed that I some that I'm half right in what I say. I Oldham Building feminine ap times find dlda't mean It at all when I said It. SURVEYOR parel la ours. Richmond, Ky hut I've Just about convinced myself that It's a pretty good thing to be me, solicaje of those its patron needing ser tyhyHe Was Late. "I doa't know that I could ever live vices of a competent man. Address, up to the requirements of a society "What md fU 0 late?" RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. have never seen awoma. fcttd," she confessed, "and It's sort of "I met Smithson." f "Well, that is no reason .why you pomfortlng to know that I can be with jood sense but w ha pace Ja a while and tell my trou-t- i should bo an hcur late getting home to Uf a frtoad who likes me, not my beauty enough to make iietRM SMfBfir." ' I, R. Pennington Mosey.'.' ' Y " was knflr, butI askod him how he yo self highly agreeable. "Tfaea afce taraed to her typewriter, "Will buy or sellyour'bouse, feeling, aai hp insisted on telling me a little tuae. Chicago Dnily wish to see faces light up wife Office nqxt dcor to Government build, farm town lots or any thing about bis stosjacb rouble." ng Richmond, Ky. Did you tell him to take Chamberjoy and; satisfaction just dro else in the Keal Estate line. Jain's Tablets?" PptfkU TrapMctle. &fe Any business intrusted ,to in atofljftke A SMt auk's egg which a collector ''Sure, that is what he needs,' Sold Eggs For Sale. beufffct te Park for about 2s. was sold him will be promptly nd lm byaUAMters, From my Singlo Comb Brown Leg nuBigttMtjrty for 315. Loadoa Mall earefullyu atterjtW 'to. See Wha ia M4 ei illacksmUhing la horns. $1 per setting of 15 eirgs, or 40 lit are'.Beeti-ed- . aay of its branches, Farming Imple eggs for $2. Also breeder of Bourbon him if v is services .Offcrd and Lodging ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, for five or sir, Aim two large rooms Red Turkeys and S. 0. BuffOrpbingtoa, Rubber tlrt, &c, get prices from R. K. with twe mm adjoining, perch and Xuseoyia Ducks. Eggs a matter of We reprettfc iroo bound tf Miller, Uakw City, Ky, Dealing Low eafiar aMOMMfetioos with the correspondence. reInsurance Companies Mm. Waijju Dan Breckr ore, lightning, cyclone bona. Mb. ClUuTbj.yi.os, Telephone 63 Opera Souse Buildup R. D. No. 3, Riohaocnd, Ky. member this. tf 619 N. Second St 11 lm and live slock tanuwee Henry that? FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elrnor Dcalherago as a candidnto for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce John F. ltnldwln as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county1, subjsct to tho action of tho Democratic party. We are authorized to nnnounce N. It JONES a cnndidAto for SheriH of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We nre authorize,! to nnnminn IT. Tf COtYBKu candidate for Sheriff of Madi son county, suluect to the action of the Democratic party. Wenre hereby authorized to announce VAN H. BENTON a candidate for Sheiill of Madison County, subject to Uie action of the Democratic uarty. We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjeat to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announco II. C. Kice as a caudidate for County Judo of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judge W. R. Shackelford, as a candidate for to tho olllce of County Judge of Mudison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorisied to anqounce judok j. J. oiiBBXLBAF a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce S. A. D Jones as a candidate for County At torney of Madison county, subject to tne action ot tho Democratic party. We are authorized fo announce R. IT CKOOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco O. P. Jackson as a candidate for to the office of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. vo aro authorized to announce Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce IiENJA i'lliM t. bUWAKDS, a candidate lor Su perintendentof Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wearelauthorized to announce Win. S. Ilrock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco Prof. Harvey II. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER We are authorized toannounce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Joilerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Clyde Raybukx a candidate for Jailor of Madison county, subjoct to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce N? Cotton, Jr., as acandidato for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce W. Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR Wc are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. J ARM AN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the party T. O. Broaddus. Sanitary Meat TeIephone39 5econd-s- The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for he Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Ecga. It is not only 3n Etfg Producer, but a TONIC which"Sg? acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping lbe uiiium!,.ns HEALTHY and free from all di and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. t RICHMOND 3ftRlGr CO. JjJJ The Man Who Knows a Good Thing when ho finds it, always comes to Rtcci1 for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious steak. Ttiero is no disappointment in the meal that is ordered here. It always gives satisfaction and delight to our patrons beeauso we buy the choicest and have it cooked to suit th bonviant and the dainty appetite of the ladies who come to TAYLOR & OLDHAM "Want 33-l- t RICO'S TELEPFJCXE o show avary farmer in M2teo, the Best CJhlHed P!ow on Bart- i atmtij r RHEUMATISM Dr. Whitehall's "S RHEUMATIC REMEDY For joints. It quickly rtlieTes the tevere paint; reducet the fever, and eliminates the poison from the lantern. 60 cents a box at druggists. The Wm. J. Oliver Improved Harrow-"Th- Chilled Plow yean a Standard Remtdy for ait lormt ot Rheumautm, lumbago, gout, tore muteles, stiff or rwollen 15 Also the Best Disc e Dandy" We Carry a Complete Line of Builders Hardware, Regal Queen Cast and iModel Write far a Free trial Sex Dr. Whitehall Magrlmlne Co. 188 8. Lafayatt St. South Band, Inrf. Steel Ranges STJTjT i I. VUi-JtAttornkyat-La Q , Kentucky. fflce over State Rank & Trust Co., op- loeite Court House, on Main Street. Richmond, W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Richmond, Ky GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N Superb Wall Papers Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed R. Emmett Million 20-poun- d DENTIST Dr. M. Dunn fcnssard SPRING STYLES 250-poun- Dr. Robt. C. Boggs m five-mil- H. L PATRICK Paint Kentucky Suits, Coats, Dresses JESSE COBB, or48l. Mrs. J. A. MOORES Kv - General Auctioneering. .... J. T. Richmond Estate Agent queer-lookin- g H. e. DOTY, Betsy's Pointers "I cat-UO- H. C, JAMES haia Dntit. If - "custoer Lackey &Todd Prices and Square nll wjuit. The Home of tt MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL Opera. House 22 SINGLE B illy A THE COMEDIAN WHO'S ALWAYS GOOD X X x Success of Two Seasons From Coast to Coast 35 Clever People 80 per cent Girls X A 1,000 Hearty Laughs, Not Blushes See the Prettiest Dance in Years The Clifford Dream Waltz 18Tuneful, Catchy Songs18 i Equal to "Madam Sherry" and Then Some Gorgeous Electrical Effects Handsome A Special Car of Beautiful Scenery Costumes THE MUSICAL COMEDY WORTH SEEING 1 The Girl, The Man and The Game Special Prices for This Sterling $1.50 Attraction Orchestra $ 1 .00; Parquet 75c; Balcony 50 and 75c; Gallery '25c Seats on Sale Friday, April J 9 be wise, get yours early Mail Orders will receive prompt attention Wednesday, April 24 4S -- 3 OFFICIAL a Prices 25, 35 and 50 Cents EXCLUSIVE INSPIRING CENES OF OUR N A VI HYDROPLANE THRILLING HORSEMANSHIP HUNTING-AEROPLAN- E o (to Prices 25, 35 and 50 Cenls ITALY VOLCANIC m LS OF FLIGHTS ERUPTION IERJ LPS - - - I !feifeAlflff j ' ' ii it ii i i ii mi ii rs i v i ii i iiii xvr i HOWES " ODK fWY"iy; 'IYMANH PBCTACLE-- OP. NDAELY ALL OF m SAM FIGHTERS' v mm i utLm?' r - " ww mm m m . 1 . r 7 nrtrvnBair rin r n - nrr Wlreri You Add something each year., ttrat will make your home more comfortable, It is difficult, for most of us to buy large quantities of housed urnishings at one time You will be surprised, tliough,.how Tapidly your home becomes attractive, with, new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every 11 a spring. - j. .. Extraord i n a ry Val ues In Blue Serge Suits It A Splendid. Stock of New Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. TEN DOLLARS We cannot too strongly state the fact that these are the best Suits we have ever known sold for Ten Dollars, They are made of fine twilled serge of rich dark blue color, lined with fine alpaca lining. i ir 1 BENNETTandHIGGlNS UNDER AKITfG WANTED AGTTVE MAN The Cloth is Guaranteed Every Thread Pure Wool Trousers have belt straps and side buckles and bottoms finished with wide hem to be worn straight or with cuffs. AH sizes in longs, slims, regulars and stouts up to forty-si- x. I I The coat fronts are tailored to hold their shape with good quality hair cloth. IS EACH LOCALITY To Join this Society. fv Sick, accident, death benefits. And Introduce oar Memberships. All or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. Every Member secured dres yon a steady monthly income. Experience not needed. Writ Covington, Ky. Jar plans. Box JI-29- 3, LOCAL AND OTHERWISE aTeadleaa Items Prepared for the This quality at this price is made possible only by our buying in large quantity from the who sell only in large quantity. Stores that "jew" will ask fifteen dollars for such suits Hurried Header. We have but one price, the lowest price Rooms For Rent ci- rooms on Tatcs Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Apply to Mrs. Oallie and live stock insurance. 42-tf Tates Oreok ave. lis See the new Imperial Buck Colonial of wool a big price, too then Rice & Arnold k of (Jolt. 43 If I or ladies-$- 4. Don't sell your wool until you consult Eggs For Sale. E. Deatherage. He will pay you highPare bred Rose Comb Brown Leghorn est cash prices. tf - 13 for 75 cents. Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt J. B. Deatiieuaoe, for 31.C0. Telephone 110. 4 Richmond, Ky. C f Phone 41-W. W Bboaddus & Co. Gelding For Sale. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond gelding, Rood shape, big Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others czough for wagon or 'any kind of farm do and why not you. tf f:k Kccne k Two or three good Gott will take all your wool and pay the highest price. avenue. 2t aV 2-- tf Two-year-ol- d M. 31. HAMILTON, ZUl. Have your furniture put in cood order Richmond, Ky. before spring cleaning. The People's Stock Remedy vs. iout a package of The v sck Remedy; 25c and 50c. Barlow 39-t- f & Dozier, 307 East Main street. Cal-Sin- Company. o stock owners uso At this season you should not be People's Veterinary Remedies. All medicine no filler. For sale by Stockton & Son, Cure that old sore, cut or wound by druggists,Richmond,Ky., Agents. The People's Antiseptic Healn t CORN. Have a limited ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug extra araoaHt 43-C- a M COVINGTON and BANK Fine Chickens. i 30-t- f ajCCu Let us give you a bid on your houso Make up your mind now that painting, outside ot inside. Only best material used. Workmanship guaran- going to voto for R. B. Terrill election. His record as a public & Dozihr, teed 39- - lf has never been eclipsed by any 307 East Main street. ofllcial. 473, Richmond, Ky. cora for sale. Telephone flood It. a pen Haiti Hair! Braids, pulls and all kinds of hair Work pieces made from combings. at a reasonable price. Ilair dressed in the latest style. I have in stock the newest designs in puffs and braids. I handle nothing but natural hair. Mrs. Maude Mackey Walkbk 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. 40- - tf Our trade before Easter demonstrated Bushel. ' i us that our styles were right and our They brought them. pnees correct Messrs. Sewell & McKinney are dis Riob & Arnold. playing some of the finest Irish potatoes ever seen on the local market, incy For Sale Privately. havo a quantity of the Early Rose Dwelling of nine rooms with two variety, seventeen of which fills a s"res of ground; good orchard, vine-- 3 bushel measure. ard, stable, chicken house, coal house, 5heep Claims Paid. smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first-clarepair. My family being small, I The amount collected in this county desire to sell my home and buy a and allowed for sheep and lambs killed smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to during the year, was about 31,400. The 33-t- f William Devore. claims granted to the owners were for Dr. Russell's about $900, and all were paid in full and Do your corns hurt? no deductions, leaving a balance for the C orn Remedy. Try it. school of about $500. This is an excel3C-Wises' Dnuc Stoue. lent showing, especially since many ad joining counties have cut their claims, 5pirella Corsets. In preparing your spring wardrobe, in some instances in half. don't overlook the most essential article Barred Rock Eggs For cf women's wearing apparel, a good Hatching. corset. Being agent for the Spirella o'set, I invite every woman in RichWe have the stock and they are good, mond and Madison county to investigate strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets tLis celebrated and hygienic corset. layed during all the cold weather of the Every corset sent out by me is guar- past winter. They are exceptionally anteed to fit,as I take measures and order good layers and began to lay at to fit the individual. Can furnish fivo months old. We have a few bens anything from a six inch girdle or ab- for $1 each. Eggs SI for 15; $3 for 50; dominal supporfto the largest size! $5 per hundred. Telephone 224. corsets. These goods are guaranteed A. D. & C. D. Miller, against rust and breakage. If you have Richmond, Ky. f ever worn a Spirella, you will never In Your Home. wear any other make, and if you havo A Nice Thing If vou ever intend buying a piano, so not investigated the merits of this woncan learn derful corset, you should at once call on your sons and daughters music, don't put it off until they are cr address me. crown, the sooner they start the better. Mrs. Hallie Deathehage. 40-lTelephone 5C0. Mr. Chester Green representing the Starr Piano Co., of Cincinnati, is located at Mrs. Parks on Second St., and has on hand several nice now pianos direct from the factory. He is prepared to TTe otter One nnadred Dollarc Seward for 1x7 rue of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'i show you at any time, just what you uum Core. J. CHEXEr ti CO., Toledo. 0. F. want in a piano. He also has a few W fh liare known P. X second hand pianos and organs that he deney tor the Iait IS yean, and belter htm perfectly bonorsbl In all bealseH tranaactloni will sell at a bargain. When you are In and financially able to carry out any obUgatlon uy ma una. town don't fail to call and see these xntoe XXT. BASK OF COMMERCE. pianos. Address 229 N. Second St. Toledo, Ohio. Internally, actlnc Phone 104. tUH'i Catarrh Core li taken 'Irectly npoo the blood and nracoci surface! of t antem. Testimonial aent free. ITlce 73 Take your wool to Gott and get the crsta per bottle. Sold by all Drnrsuta, 43lf top price. Take Ball' Faiaur Pill for constipation. ss tf 41-t- Dr. H. R. Gibson purchased last week of white Plymouth Rock chickens from Mr. Coleman Neff, of this city, paying for same 840. Mr. Neff has made a number of sales during the spring and Las realized handsome prices It has long been a Democratic custom for his fowls. in Madison county to give a second term Fine Specimen. to those officials who perform their duty wcllduring the first term of office.and you Mr. Thomas Tribblo brought to TnE can make no mistake by deciding to cast Climax office Monday an Irish potato your vote for R. B. Terrill for c pounds. weighing threo and one-hation to the office of County Court Clerk. The tuber was of the King Rose variety His record is open for the closest inspec and was the finest specimen seen here tion, tf in many years. Mr.Tribble is an expert gardener and always produces the big Seventeen Potatoes To gest and best of vegetables. you are for re servant former tf. lf Col. Jack Chinn Announces For Congress. Deaths The birds will sing on and tho nightingale still echo its plaintive melody when the moon hangs mfillow over Happy Aralloy, but there will bo a lost chord in the ministrclsy of "'Sunny Tennessee," through all tho days that are yet to come, for "Bob" Taylor has hung up for aye the fiddle and the bow, and has gone out on the long journey across the Silvor Sea whose placid wave never yet has "borno tho Image of re turning sail." From an exchange. Mrs. Fannio Jones, wife of H.C.Jones, died at hor homo in this city.last Thurs conducted the funeral services Friday afternoon at tho residence. iter ro- tho Rich- mains were laid to rest mond Cemetery. "THP IDI THP MAM Subscribing For Stock. Following an enthusiastic meeting Saturday of those interested in purchasing property and ereoting- - bttifcliags for fair purposes, papers are row ia tke hands of solicitors and many shares of stock have been subscribed for this purpose. The farmers and busteess men ef tho county are going to see to it thai this opportunity to secure a permanent location for the annual exhibition of live stock and other products ot Madison is taken advantage of. This, perhaps, will bo the last opportunity to secure such suitable and convenient, grounds and those who have not subscribed should take at least org share of stock, the value of which is $100. The county has consented to buihl good read and the railroad company has signified its willingness to lay track hi to the fair grounds, leaving it now up to the people of Madison to deoido regarding the perpetuatiou sf the Madison Couuty Fair Association. COTTONBURG ITEMS. Mrs. Dave Jaetoon has i row home aear Cottewhaig. Cotlonburf is to have a wsaWin du." in the aexVfew riajs. Particulars will be pnblished later. The iarawrs aae busily engaged in pfewiaff. Thef are far hehtod with this ami other farm wHt.4aeto the weather ot the past two menlhu. A dog a tfacted with hydrophobia, was killed near here Satnnta) aliernoon.and a small ehiM had a very narrow rseape from being hill en hv the rabid animal. AND THE GAME." WILL BE SEEN AT THE GRAND, MONDAY, - BBP" fLsaaaaaaH Boosters' Special Will Be Here Fridday, April 26. Reports received by tho Cincinnati Commercial Association indicate that not only will tho various cities along the route of the "Trade Excursion," April have for visitors the special train of Cincinnati business men and the famous Weber Prize Band, but that merchants from cities that will not bo visited by the trade expansionists also will be on hand to greet the tourists. A number of business engagements have already been made in various places along tho route of tho excursion with business men from localities not included in the tour, and these are expected to bo beneficial to Cincinnati as well as to the cities iu which they take place. It is anticipated that the full complement ot 125 reservations, exclusive of tho band and tho necessary employes on the special train, will have been taken by tho end of this week, making this one of the most pretentious trade excursions that has ever visited any section of the South. Tho Boosters' Special will arrive in Richmond at 2:25 p. m., and will bo met at the station by tho Richmond Commercial Club and a large number of our business people and citizens generally. Everybody who can possibly do so are urged to assist in giving the Boosters a rousing reception while in this city. 22-2- APRIL 22. jn Kla jE V JaaHl How's This ? mmln. Xtie Fire Is Out After Consamitg Our Entire Plant aid Stock We desire to thank our frkois for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that we are fillinc all orders that were on our books and preparing to accept new ones whkh shall be handled as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. Ffetse See Us Before Hating Order Hsewlere Yr We have opened an office opposite our oki pUot m the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Burna-cDis- m Iooorporaoae in mm Near L & A. Depot wmm Telephone 425 s"S"" - Woman's Missionary Council of the Methodist Bp is nopal ehnrea. South, in the Democratic Stato years. She leaves to day, aged fifty-si- x sb address at the aonand annual session Executive Committee has been called mourn her loss a kind and loving hus of that body m Washington City. Wed for April 20, when the date for the State band, one son, Squiro Jones, ana a nesday night, predicted the early triDemocratic Convention to select deledaughter, .Miss Annio Jones. Two sis umph of the saifrage aeavenient. Misa Baltimore Convention will gates to the ters survive, Mrs. Sallio Mecksand Miss Bennett emphasised the wonderful pro Take your wool to E. Deulherage The Executive Committeo ba fixed. Kannio Harris, all of whom, were with Elsewhero in today's Climax will be get the highest prices. tf gress in the emancipation of women dur meet in Louisville. will Mrs. Edna found tho formal announcement of Col. her when death camo. ing the met thirty years awl tn woric Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the Jack Chinn, of Harrodsburg, as a Yates, of this county, and Maupin Haraccomplished by women in the foreign To Consolidate Schools. 43-t- f 1 he leaden in the mission Held. poultry man. candidate for Congress from tho Eighth ris, of Missouri, were half sister and Paiat Ltek. Ky., revolutionary movement in China and Mrs. Jones Congressional District. Col. Chinn has brother to the deceased. April 15, 1912 Mexico, she declared, are men who The Sun in Eclipse. always proven loyal to Democratic united with the Christian church twenty EDrron Climax: attended our missionary schools and years ago and was a do vou t member of The two schools districts of the two there learned the principles of Chris An eclipse of the sun will take placo principals, resoluteness being a characof her that congregation at tho time counties of Madison aad Garrard, of the tianity and freedom." today, and will bo seen to the best ad- teristic in his long service to that party, death. Sho possessed a mild dispositwo villages of Pahit Lick and Lowell. vantage in Europe. In this country the and his activities in behalf of the far tion and was ever ready to comfort those 513 aro trying to be oensolidateu in ooe sun will rise partly eclipsed in most of mers and tobacco growers of tho Stato in distress. Her illness covered a period school and build a suitable building. the Southern.Middle and Eastern Stales. will bring to his support many who f five months and during her afiliction Prof. J. T. Coates and the superinten-- 1 The path of totality begins at Vene- appreciate tho service so generously She she bore up with great fortitude. and dents of the two counties, with their zuela, crosses the Atlantic and traverses rendered in their behalf. As a member of rest, where of tho Legislature and State Senate, has now gone to that land School Boards, met tho citizens of Paint the northeast corner of Portgual and pain and suffering are unknown. Many Lick last Saturday and Prof. Coates Spain, and passes over Paris and near Col. Chinn made an enviable record, sympathy to the friends extend deepest made a splendid address and urged the Leige, Hamburg and St. Petersburg and which remains an open book and un questionably commends him to the bereaved family. Funeral services were people and oiliiens to have better ends in Siberia. Saturday voters for their support in tho primary conducted at the residence schools, better roads and rarso the standB Barnes, of the Important Announcement election in August. Col. Chinn earnest- morning by Rov. E. ard of education in the State. Mr. E L. followed by interment support of tho Democracy Christian church, Woods and son, Riee, have begun a subWo received last week several com- ly solicits the county, and if elected in the Richmond Cemetery. scription for tho sehool buildiog and munications for publication that failed of Madison pledges to perform tho duties of the several hundred dollars have been sub y us until Wednesday, to reach Mr. Henry Jacobs, one of the oldest scribed. Our neighboring village. Kirks- the articles failed to appear in high ofllco with credit alike to himself ville, is to have a consolidated school and best known citizens of Estill county,' The Climax goes to press and his constituents. that issue. died at his homo In Irvine Saturday, and one at Waco, so PaJntLick does not about three o'clock Tuesday afternoon years. Death was duo Art Exhibit wish to be behind our neighbors along aged eighty-fou- r and all'articles should be in this office HOT VATER HEAT has the school lino. H. L. Wallace. to infirmities incident to old age. His not later than noon to insure publicaFor the convonenco of those not being proved best for plant growth same. We appreciate having our ablo to attend the Art Exhibit at. Cald remains wero interred in tho Richardtion of Card of Thanks. am! most heakhful for the home. friends and readers send in news Items, well high School during the day tho son gravoyard at West Irvine. Deceas Wo desire to express lt our friends several children, and It wlH poi joa te tavmUsMe. desire to have them while Iresh.and doors will bo open Friday evening from ed Is survived by but and relatives our henrtfot thanks for IDEAL Boifen 2t AMERICAN Rn&Lten trust that in the future all notices will 30 to 9 o'clock. See notice elsewhere. his death removes from Irvine otio of its Vy 6 tiaVC Wll3.t yhselftobooneJtihecleverestsoubrettesof the kindness and sympathy shown us most familiar figures and prominent be in before Tuesday noon. too year by nor exceptional work in the during the recent illness and death of citizens. Poultry Business Booming. Richmond Heating & Misses and children's strap pumps in i title role of tho New York success, "The our beloved wifo and motbor. Mrs. Fan Plumbing Co. Especially do we (blank Rev. A. L. Gott, the poultry man, says metal, tan and patent. Mr. gun A telephone message yestorday morn Pink Lady." Sho is possessed with a nie Jones. Rice & Arnold. thero has never been a time when more ing to Mr. E. H. Bybeo announced the voice, is an excellent dancor E. B. Barnes, the choir and pa beautiful poultry was on the market or a time death in Mt. Sterling of Mrs. Mary and has an abundanco ot personality. and donors of beautiful floral olferiofrs- TTIIIIUT7& Fire. Disastrous when the farmers and housewives wero Beaumslark. Husband and Coildren. Her death evidently Jack Trainor will again bo seen in the price than now. Tho came suddenly as hor daughter, Mrs. rolo"of tho eccentric "Old Uncle" and Richmond was visited Friday morning gotting a better his work would be very hard to improve with thp most disastrous fire tho city New York market is flooded and yot not E. H. Bybeo, ot this city, had no intlma- About fivo enough recoiled to supply tho demand tlon of hor illness. Tho messago uponv' See pago advertisement has had for many years. Mr. Iko Barnott was One day last week was a record breaker, simnlv announced the demise of this in this issue. o'clock the barn of rewell known and estimable lady and at ; discovered to bo in flames and before the 200 carloads more than ever before Ball Players Arnving. recprd. hour of going to press tne particulars a fire department could respond to the al ceived in one day being the Beaum-VQ- y Ball players who are to make up the could not bo ascertained. Mrs. arm, tho lumber yards and mill of tho team for the coming season be Important Notice. Wool" Deatherage desires to Co. wero a ninntnn.Conirloton Lumber stark was tho widow ot valentine solid blaze. The originof the conflagra to the public that Bcaumstark. of this county, who pro chaso your wool and will pay the high gan to arrive Monday and befo'o the I wish to announco tf week ends practice will bo a dally great tion is supposed to havo resulted from am prepared .to do stamping and ceed her to tho ... . . , beyond many est cash prices forsame. .Many new faces at the park iiniu uv burning rubbish, a spark from which furnish embroidery matonals of all years ago. bno uiviuea inor .i Why can't we can't get together on this painting proposition! The paint Apply For Confederate will be seen here during the next few The kinds. I have secured tho patterns and tweon her children at aco and her Mr. Barnett. ignited the barn of business wo now do is a ormanen one built on satisfactory goods Pension. weeks, as many havo signed contracts wholly. You'll simplify your- painting troubles if you let us supply you. brisk bloeze that was blowine, caused flosses of Mrs. Ridthford" Blanton and daughter, Mrs. C. K. Oldham, of Mt. t. Tho first application for Confederate' and will bo on tho diamond for a tho flames to spread rapidly. In addition trust 1 may receive a part of tho gener Sterling, at whoso homo sho died. Sho Every preparation is beingmade to tho above mentioned, the L & A. rail ous nutronaze formorly eivon her. Can is survived by the following children: pension under law recontly enacted by Hotel, bo found at my homeCOl W Main street John Waco; William, Georgetown; tho Legislature, was filed ljriay by for the opening gamo on May 1, when road station and Flat Rock Wo carry a full lino ot Harrison's: Town and Country Ready Mixed -- Paints Mrs. AV. S. Grinstead, London; Mrs. Judge' J. Chonault, of this city.- - The Richmond will cross bats with Frank together with nine box cars loaded with Very respectfully, pints, quarts, gallons and five galton cans. Every can of every color Tho fans of Rich Millersburg; Mrs. E. applicant is Mrs. Sue Dudley, widowbf fort in this city. freight, were soon reduced to ashes 43-Mrs. W. Edoak Blanton. Annio Singleton, runs uniform In tint, quality and ingredients. Co. probably n II. Bybee, this city; Mrs. C. K. Oldham, Ambrose Dudley, who fought in the Con- mond, and there are none more enthusi The pros Gott, the poultry man, will buy your Mt. Sterling, anjl Mrs. Thomas Oldham, federate army. Mrs. Dudley, who is one astic, ara very jubilant over the suffered the greatest loss. The plant Roofing make-u- p of the Pioneers for this county. of our most ostimablo and lovable wo pects of the and lumber consumed amount to about irnnl. undoubtedly be the first to the season, as all have explicit con men, will ihirtv thousand dollars, with less than managers to Madison Stock In Contest Died Wednesday afternoon, April 10, f ccoive tho benefits to be derived from fidenco in the ability ot tho $10,000 insurance. An estimate of dam Barn on this new law. Her application will put in the field a team that will play see to the L. & A. could not ascertained; ' The Louisville Post International egg- - Mrs. John Duersonc at her .home GoW good, snappy ball. A record breaking Flat Rock Betel, about 12.090. Madison laying contest is being watched witn Breck avenue, after a lingering HInoss necessarily bo filed with the county crowd will witness the' initial came of Tobacco Warehouse, about $1,000: W. great interest among thejoultry fanciers of manv months. She was a half sister judge, in whose court the Matter will be Whatever you are going to paint and. wherever it is we have the ris&t the season at Pioneer Park, .on May 1. H Douglcw Coal Co.'s offices wero con over the entire country. 'Xhis contest of Mr. W. L. Crutcher, of this county, passed upon at meeting of that boay Among the slayers who arrived Monday paint for the job. You'll get, worth of your money with, aH the behent of siderably 4a awed, and several other began April 1, and is being held at and never had any other brother or thirty days after filing. From this court our paint experience thrown ta for good measure. , Get best twta from night are: Bramlage, Black, Crasier, adjacent bulldinge were damkged more your paiating. Let us Supply you. the beautiful stock farm oi sister. Sho was 09 years of ago and a the application is seat to the Slate Audi- Adams, Sullivan, Williams aad G inter. or kss. Net daunted by thir great loss Senator T. II. Paynt&r, nar Frankfort, noet estimable and lovablo Christian tor, who is a moraber of a committee, Futm&cd Fr am. All Jekc Besides her husband, she headed by the Governor, to take final Lumber Co. will AoteiaK those clteedae raakiag great woman. the Blanton-Coagleto- n Motice-l- o Creditors., Bailey action and award or reject the pees ion. continue with their buslaee,' whI reeorde" aa aboWB by lbs Port's pub-- leavsa five eaughters; Xrs.Jnmes All, parties havta eJaiaw aalaet the . now JilHac all order tm tbefar books and Uafibd ataltHttaut of Saturday, are the of Hi9ourinMrs. John Farley, Mrs. rktte shoes etateot Mrs. ToiBMwOehwrM, arefs We are getting is e Alice and Lena, allot They Barred Roek owned by .A. D and C. D bwkteee: taking care of ami slippers every ay. We are tryiac quested, to fit earn etpESf e r ha.va an ll lllllaaiawT tttWRer: IB XiUer, of this eHy, who r tied for fin wbaaa were at her bedside when the ead to supply the deaaaad. required by kw, m ac hajyaMay fir.iatAr. w Mob will be to your in vlaoe in this elaes. Mr. J, Coleman eame. Mm. Daerson had lor many yeno. or saaee wilt bwharre4 , nemberof tee Pond CewTellaa I also comes fat for read. ... . LV teret to Neff, of Richawad7 : I i A. J.BMM. pastor, Elder . C. M - 1 K. DNtfMnge win way your wow mma Bocks' and her ig-i- t. laseewser, Everrthioc in meo'e low how. Come booon. Be baa a peo. of While mtmmmmmmmmm the highest oaato prices. BaMBMaameMamaaaMaBmiaaaaaaw-rf- a UtMje, assisted by Rev. IS. B. Atrm&jtt &ic ot AaXOLD that oc97 tttrd posilkia inthtlaM, Uwm over. and look A meeting of Committee Meeting Called. jrijK 'Kf isP.W cone-quenti- "Tho Girl, The Man and The Game," a comedy feast (served in two courses) with Billy "Single" Clifford in the leading role, will be the offering at the Grand Opera House on Monday, April 22nd. The play is bright and breezy, full of ridiculous situations vaused by Billy (as Charlie Pointer) who to get financial assistanco from his rich Uncle Catter-mol- o in the Philippines, tells him that he is married and has a baby daughter. The rich Uncle who is possessed of the globo trotting fever, decides to visit his nephew, and the lettor which was to inform them of his coming being delayed, he arrives very unexpectedly upon the scene; Billy just has to have a wife, so he borrows the wife of his friend to Many whose sister be is bethrothed. are tho complications which arise therefrom, but the merriest on3 is when the Undo asks for the infant, Clifford having neglected to mention to his friends that he had told Uncle he had a child also. Once more his friend, Dr. Morry, is appealed to and whether for revenge at having to stand idly by and see his wife caressed by anothor or just out of a pure spirit of fun; the doctor produces the baby, but it is of the unbleached American type. This causes further complicaOld corn $4.25 per bbl. by the load, tions all of which keep Charlie in "hot water" all the time. Tho Doctor growsend your order to Arnold & Simmons. ing weary of tho deception, goes to the If French Ball and invokes tho aid of Charlie to help him square himself for remaining away from homo all night. As usual Charlie makes a bungle of the explanation, causing a rupture between ihe Doctor and his wifo. Finally, find ing that further elaborato lies are useless, tho Uncle is enlightened as to tho truth of tho condition of affairs and forgives all for their deceptions and all's well that ends woll. Billy has surrounded himself with an excellent company headed by petite Mae f"!illine wliA f ll o nnet cuatnn nrnvail fiA,. 1 Miss Bennett Predicts Suc- cess of Suffrage. ardent so Mies Belle II. Bennett, nf th. eh rafffet and presWeot of he ad Warmth Health .71 Suits i $1000 and $15.00 1 Wren's j Oxfor else-whfi- fo Where Do You Get Your Paint? - try-ou- w ( Paints For Every Purpose Paint - a Jt Blanton-Congleto- Shingle Stains Oils and Turpentine Paint Paint Bronze Aluminum and House Paint arriage Paint "iir." Erin.. tif r ittk Th -- J, j7 f A r i ' - - 'irWn - iiiliafc'iV.-i- i niiT - ir- -- a" .....a.i.- ' - vjaWj-u- ' ' . , K.AZL?. .....g- 9 Jii 'f "nfl afl asrnmslH r til nmllV 2 The World's Greatest Pictures Caldwell HiQti School WILL BE ON EXHIBITION AT 18, 19 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April ... . and 20, 1912 Copies of the greatest paintings in the world have been loaned by the A. W. Elson Co,, of Boston, Mass. The proceeds of the exhibition will be used for purchasing There are two hundred of these paintings, and everybody in Richmond should see them. In addition there will be given a musical and pictures for the public schools. literary program on Thursday and Friday afternoons at 2:00 o'clock J.. . Tickets Are Now in the Hands of Pupils for Sale $1.98 SaturdayAPf-2 Admission Things To Think About A beo can sting you only once, in 10 Cents i li PI $1.98 Don't be Afraid to Eat New Medicine Called Diestit Found to be Certain Relief for Indigestion and Stomach Disorder It Digests Food that Stomach Cannot. Perry's Drug Store has been supplied able remedy propose to demonstrate its with the now remedy for stomach trou- merit beyond a question of doubt, and ble called DIG EST IT. This new medi- have authorized Perry's Drug Storo to cine has been found to be a relief for the sell it with the distinct understanding distressing symptoms of indigestion and that should tho customer bo displeased dyspepsia. It will digest food in remark- with results, they will refund tbe cost. ably short time after coming in contact Or if you are not willing to invest a half with it thereby relieving the full, un- dollar on your druggist's agreement to comfortable feelin? after a heartv meal. refund it, you may send a postal to tho Surelv it will hft rprnivn! wilVi rrratitnrln I Digcstit Co., Jackson, Miss., and receivo by the American public, as ninety per an order to your drug store for a full cent of the people in this "country havo sizo 50c. package without cost. If you indigestion. Tho makers of this remark are a sufferer from indigestion, you can not afford to miss this opportunity to got relief, or .if you are one of the many who enjoys a hearty meal, but dare not indulge too freoly fearing tho aflor effects that full uncomfortabloj'eellng, heartburn, belching or sour stomach you surely will try a package of this Two or threo tablets wonderful relief. immediately after eating gives instant DIGESTIT. is a harmless relief. remedy, absolutely free from any dangerous or drugs it digests food and tones up the digestive organs to a healthful condition. habit-forming One Day Only Gents large, roomy $350 Reed Rocker 5hellaced and Varnished A good strong well built Rocker at $ .98 for 5aturday, April 20, only. We will sell only 50 of these Rockers at$ 98 each-o- nly one Rocker to each customer Don't wait until after April 20, and expect 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 -- A Despicable Character. The Frankfort Journal says tho Louis- Easter Hope. Here is tho Easter llopo as given expression in the immortal words of Victor Hugo: "I feel in myself tho future life. I am like a forest once cut down the new shoots are stronger and livelier than ever. I am rising, I know, toward tho sky. Tho sunshine is on my head. The earth gives mo its generous sap, but heaven lights me with reflection of unknown worlds. You say the soul is nothing, but the resultant of tho bodily powers. Why then, is my soul more luminous when my bodily powers begin to fail? Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart. Thero I breatho at this hour the fragrance of the lilacs, the violets and the roses, as at twenty years. The nearer I approach the end, the plainer 1 hear around mo the immortal symphonies of tho worlds which invite me. It is a marvelous, yet simple. It is a fairy tale, and it is history. For half a century I havo been writing my thoughts in prose and verse, history, philosophy, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode and song I have tried all. But I feel I have not said tho thousandth part of what is iu me. When I go down to tho gravo I can say, liko so many others, "I have finished my day's But I cannot say, 'I havo work." finished my life." My day's work will begin the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley, it is a thoroughfare. It closes on the twilight. It opens with the dawn." Relieve Your Stomach We Vv'ill Help You Do It Read Our Guarantee. Dyspepsia may bo completely' eradi will completely relieve indigestion dyspepsia, or tho medicine used during the trial will cost tho user nothing. This remedy has been named Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no offer could bo more fair, and our offer should bo proof positive that Roxall Dyspopsia Tablets are a dependable remedy. Inasmuch as tho medicino will cost you nothing if it does not benefit you, wo urge you who are suffering with in digestion or dyspopsia to try ltcxall Dypopsia Tablets.. A con tains enough medicine for tifteon days treatment. For chronic cases wo have two larger sizes, ,50 cents and $1.00, Uemember, you can obtain Roxall Remedies only at our storo Tho Rox all Storo. Perry's Drug Store. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets, 5toves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond. Kentucky FOR AGED PEOPLE Don't Suffer! for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did alt he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt alt over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all ray housework." ville youth who is believed to have poisoned 125 dogs iu Louisvillo by treating liver with strychnine and throwing it into yards will probably receive a sentence in tho School of Reform or the workhouse it ho is convicted. There will be many lovers of dogs, and many haters of cruelty who are not especially devoted to dogs who will regret that the boy will not go to the penitentiary Nothing is more despicable than needless Ibrutality to animals. There is very little hope of such a boy becoming a desirable citizen unless his malevolence is duotosomo physical condition which medicine or surgery can correct. If he goes to prison for a short time and comes out with tho character ho now has, some ono will have to kill him before he reaches middle ago. He can never get along with normal and decent human beings. Wo soli cateuit properly treated. remedy that wo positively guarantoo that. which, by tho way, tho bee differs widely from the book agent. One of the best known preventives of pneumonia is the red flannel shirt. Tho first mustard plaster was used in 1811, and the man who wore it probably carried it with him to his grave. At tho present writing thero are 4,573 ways to get to heaven. Each ono of them is right and all the others are wrong. The only agency which has caused more bald heads than marriages is the derby hat. A corncob pipe is just in its prime when it is 19 years old. Mr. Taft is tho biggest President that wo we havo ever had. An Arizona Congressman paid nothing for his election and, at that, he paid about all it was worth. Senator Cummins' presidential candidacy at any rato will mako a lot of people ask who ho is. Gov. Wilson says he will ignore Col. Watterson, but it takes an expert to do Dem ocrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as j You will look a good while before you better medicine for coughs and colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It not only gives relief it cures. Try it when you have a cough or cold, and you are certain to be pleased with tho prompt euro which it will effect. For sale by all dealers. lm find a taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for Counb Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition cfrirflw nnf a maHornf confimont frinrlhiri or close acquaintance, you want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi- ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE. BEST?! If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. J. J. GREENLEAF. j j Commissioner's Ei.lex Todd's Adm'r., vs. Sale! Plaintiff. Ellen Todd's Heirs, &c, Defendants, Under and by virtue of a 'judgment anu oraer oi sale rendered at the February Term of the Madison Circuit Court, the undersigned Master Commis sioner of said uourt, will on State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS TflTlDCPC Preparatory, State lUUAji3 TUITION ( cute. Life Diploma, ( c. r Certificate, Revtew, Spec TO APPOINTEES Vr . " I had been troubled, a little, TAKE LARDUI The idriic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the wcmanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, lake Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. Afcall druggists. Wrtttio: Ladies' Advitary Dept. Ctattuieoca Medicine Ox. Quttanoosz. TensL. or &ecml lattructint. aa4U paseboofc. "Hat TrcHmi-ntto- r tent free. 160 Ilcavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale and sickly. For puro blood, We have a safe, dependable, and al; sound digestion use Burdock Blood together ideal remedy that is particular Bitters. $1.00 at all stores. lm ly adapted to the requirements of agedl jeoplc and persons of weak constitutions For Rent. who suffer from constipation or bowel The residence on Summit recently ocdisorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give ab- cupied by Capt. Short, for remainder of solute satisfaction in every particular year. Electric light, water, stables, etc 33-t- f Joke Baxter. that we offer it with our personal guar- Apply to For a mild, easy action of tho bowels, antee that it shall cost the user nothing Dan Brcck, fire, lightning, cyclone try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative if it fails to substantiate our claims. and live stock. tf 25c at all stores. lm This remedy is called Rexall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night; do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable ejects. 'Keep your bogs free from worms. These deadly pests will rob you of fourm They have a very mild but positive profits starve your stock make them thin, scrawny and finally kill. If action upon the organs with which they follow the advice of the best stockmen, you will nave come in contact, apparently acting as a NO MORE LOSSES FROM WORMS regulative tonic upon the relaxed musE. C Stone, Sec. of the American Hampshire Swine cular coat of the bowel, thus overcomNX Kecord Assn. says: "I know of nothing so good, re ing weakness, and aiding to restore tho liable and cheap to expel worms and put bogs in bowels to more vigorous and healthy t. condiuon to digest food as JIUttUM activity. Three sizes, 10c, 25c and 50c. Bold only at our store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. ' Sal-Ve- Old Folks Should Be Careful in Their Selection of Regulative Medicine. FREE Thursday, April 25th, on tho five aero The Celestial Telephone. in unina, wncn a suoscriDer rings up tho exchange, tho operator may bo. cx peeled to ask: "What number does tho honorable son of the moon and stars desire?" "Tohi, Silence. Then tho exchango resumes "Will the honorable person graciously forgive tho inadequacy of the insigni ficant service, and permit this humble slave of tho wiro to inform that the never-t- o line is busy?" St: Louis two-three- ." Post-Dispatch. sell to the highest bidder, tract at 11 1912 o'clock a m Spring Term Opens April 8, Address J. G. CRABBE, 1912 T ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FRI Three Tracts or Parcels of Land TRAOT NO. 1 located on the waters of King Branch.m Madison county, Ky, containing two acres more or less. TRACT NO. 2. A parcel of land located on the waters of Muddy Creek in Madison county, Ky.f containing five acres. TRACT No. 3. A tract or parcel of lanu located on the waters of Muddy reeK in juauison caunty, liy., contain' Ing two and threo-fourt- h acres and 14 poles. President, Richmond, Ky. M. M. Hamilton-Bu- ys cows Phone 484. and fat cattle. 30-t- f THE COMBINED STALLION calves, Call him up. ISP SAWVET Ii a medicated salt Mucmx.err. iz Boarders Wanted. ply to 31-tf Good clean rooms and good table. ApMbs. Clyde Pollens, 331 different from til other orm remedies. Safe, sure to kill worms, tones ud your stocK,neips turn lood into lat ana nesn quicniy. puts animals tn prime condition to eet market prices, commence getting rid robber worms today. Uiebal-ve- t costs but cent per day, per bog or sheep. Moberly avenue. Will malm tbe Smmoo of 1!12 at W. T. Adams & Co.'s Mil, M Ute Barnes Mill pike, new Pood Meeting Home, at Fpestolite 1 Home Made Maple Syrup. W have for sale genuine homo-mad- e maple syrup, absolutely pure. Call on or address 30-t- f A. D. & Q. D. Miller. y. D. Buckley & Company X Langshan Eggs. Pure bred White Langshan eggs for hatching; 31.00 for 15. $ 0.00 to Insure a Living Colt atjrie and action. He fe eired bv Mai HaMia MM, A. S. II. Jl Jio by Lynn Boyd out of Helen It. 373, A. 6. H. R. Ftwt afejft by Abe Vanme-odam by Waxey, and 3rd dam Lexiogtoo. PJtESTOLITE'S first teen b Jecar Cobb. b by Mark Diamond; Sad dam fjy RuHyoti, ho by Old Baavioe Wi, urn of Um dan of Rax Pearie, Bdaa and other celebrated animals. A PRS8TOUTE is a ckattui sorrel with bUiod face AHa Has beautiful Orders booked I Perfectly now. 33-3- Pabk Siielton, Union City, Ky. Office for Rent heat in our building on Second street. Possession given at once. Douglas & Siumokb. f Office equipped with water and ftilul tery lady says ! Ie At Same Time and Ptece Will Sland Our Celebrated Mule Jock f. 24-l- The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and " freo from disease. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every in gredient necessary for the production of JU-- u eggs. uicnuoxD unco uo. Don At $10.00 to Insure Major Harris jk our beautiful And they are ever seen m , ''" Said lands will bo sold separately and then as a whole and the bid producing tne most money will bo accepted. A Try full description of said land can be had from the Commisiooer. TERMS: The land will Has Cured Worst Cases and credit of six months' time, be sold on the purchas er oemg required to excuto Sale itonds, You Can Prove it for payable to the Commissioner, bearing six per cent interest from day of sale Only 25 Cents. until paid, with a lien retained on the Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need property sold until all the purchase do to get rid of the worst caso of eczema. money is paiu. You tako no chanco.it is no experiment H. C, RICE, M. M. C. C. Zemo is positively guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face smooth and clean Plaintiff .cmo is a wonucr ana tno minuto ap G. S. Settle, TS. plied it sinks in, vanishes, leaves no Andy Todd, &c, Defendants evidence, doesn't stick, no grease, just Under and by virtue of a judgment a puro, clean, wonderful liquid and It and order of salo rendored at the Febcures, Zemo is ruary Term, 1912, in the Madison Cir inis is guaranteed. put up by the E. W. Roso Medicine Co cuit Court, in the above styled action, St. Louis, Mo., and sold by all druggists the undersigned, Master Commissioner at $1 for tho largo bottle and at 25 cents of said Court, will on for the liberal sizo trial bottle. Try ono Saturday, April 27th, 1912, bottlo and bo convinced. Perry's sell to tho highest and best bidder in Drug Storo. front of tho Court Houso door at 11 o clock a. m., the following described The Rat and 5ome Liquor. tractor land, viz: Beginning at a stono near a small A rat found his food supply missing corner to after tho distillery was close and there cedar,county roadChadwells line, thenco with to the School House were no more scraps from dinner pails. lot with School House lot to Ed Rose's line; thence his line to tho top of the He had always been a precise rat and teetotaler, out now tno emergency was oliff: thenco east corner to Williams to a stone, with his extreme and ho took to drink. A small near the thonceT. Todd's line to a corner cliff, corner, thonce quantity of young liquor had boen Inft soutrvestern to Chadwolls line, thenee behind and this the rat tasted cautious his line to beginning.containing 49 acres ly. It was like liquid barbed wiro and or so much thereof as will produce the sum of 3350 25, tho amount ordered to the jolt was instantaneous. Uo took oo made. another drink and straightened up.filled TERMS: Said land will be sold on with new sensations. A third put him credit of six months' time, the purchas)n his haunchos and he exclaimed loud er being required to execute bond with ly: "Uring on your cat." Chicago Post. approved socurity, payable to the Commissioner, bearing six per cent interest from day of sale until Daid. with & lion OLD TIME CRUELTY retained on the property sold to secure tne payment of the purchase money. One Time When Surgery is II. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. Eczema? Zemo The Display of Mens a Commissioner's Sale. Spring Clothing Is Now At Its Best Men who select now have t advantage of choosing from r enormous stock, consisting c . style and pattern that wcl". dressed men will favor. Ant cipating a larger business tha: heretofore has spurred us on U greater efforts and we beliii. l.flflt. nilT 25-ce- ofrwl?o nro Tint-- . nnTv larger, but better than the have ever been. Give us an opportunity to show you. If you will but make comparisons we believe that we will be favored wita your patronage. T7E " INVITE YOU to come and see. MAJOY HARRIS is a Mack jack wil exceptionally largo feet sad bone, spieadid bead aad eats. This js without exception tbe best mule jack in Madison OMaty, and is a ero feal getter. Those who have sera hit oolu pronounce ihecn second to mm. Do not take our werd far aba facta, bat asfc idom tiwestmLitmiiue. acquainted with M&Jar Harm, aad aU will verify the staianaMs ade above. Vmte wUli tred t0 another horse. v"'Mlf!lIWn for k UM' roqioooiWc aeeidwts oreaeaaes, bulcvory precaution will bo taken to preveat some. ( a Living Colt Often Needless Torture. the money. attack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold by all dealers. lm tbe surprised if you nave anq We have just received a fine assortment of skirts, and some perfect fitting Serge Suits, Silk Undermore of those Philadelphia M. B, ARBJUCKLL W. T. ADAMS and Wash-Dresse- s. Many operations for piles aro simply neeaicss torture, ior wiien it's all over tho piles come back. The ono fine way to bo rid of piles for good is to use Dr. Leonhardt's HEM- ROID. It cures piles by doingaway the cause poor circulation. $1 for 24 days.' treatment at B.L. Mid dletonand all druggists. Satisfaction Dr." Leonhardt Co., Sta guarantood. tion ii, Uuffalo, if. Y. Prop. Writo for freo booklet. is mo time to nave your screen work done. Don't wait until, tho flies get In. We do all kinds of fly screen work. BABtow fc Dozier, 30-t. . 307 East Main street. f- Cut Price Wall Paper Sale . Men's Suits $10 & $12.50 These prices appeal to tho average man, and the garment! themse l appeal forcibly to the man who expects a great deal of style and qua ity for a moderate outlay of money. Unusual efforts havo beon made b us to secure the very best suits at theso prices. Spring's choicest nove tics are here. Beautiful colors, such as brown, pray, tan and popula' bluest best weaves and the best patterns may bo had, and a perfect assured, . Men's Suits $15 & $18 Garments that will appeal forcibly to th man who has been in the hab. t of buying the highest-price- d clothing. It would ba folly on our part to try and tell you how far above ordinary clothing these suits are, but f men who know, men who dross well, men who wear tha best, wUl bu' cone and se,this great stock of splendja garments we are sure that mac of them will become patrons of this storu. Let us show you the faultless tailoring, the spkadid patterns. Illustrate the perfect fit. Our "MERODE" now I Make our i,0Me for yonr rfami!y roe dence ami place yonrwH la a positwa v, get the JatesC market M B quotations ny time. This can be aecoeaplifcbeil Yy means of our telephone service, wbea Toh ana yonr nwhbor can get for a mm that is MBaU compared xitb the ben - 0811 Wf v v.reJ?'V- Xennesseo. for information ret office or writo uirect to headquarter rprdinj. our epecial "Farmere" Liae 11 x Presnnt yon are not r tJ-)itelepliotfe servace-- , can immedktfl I yon Oar lines cover Keatnckv TwnoKee. Mie6iBp LouitUna and the Southern poiUow of Indiana and 111 inois Rural Telephones 33, f HSti AT down the throat of a rapey" chicken destroys the worar asl saves the chick's life. A tew drops in tbe drinktaff water Underwear, cannot be excelled in any market. Have you seen our Stylish Automobile Coats? Now Boing On Beautiful Patterns Architect's Notice. I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estlmales or superintend construction of such work. Phone 181.- - Orders left for me at The "Clixax oHJco will receive prompt nUontlon, 3Uf ' N. R. Tuxrisr. ''My little son had a Very severe cold. Iwas recommended to trr Chamber lain's Cough Uemedy, and before a small bottlo was finishd he:a as v)l as ever," writes Mrs. H. 'ftilks. S DoUag Street, Sydiiey, Australia. Tit k remedy is for sale by all dealers. Simons and Cravenetted Raincoats Garments that every man abould have. A Raincoat is an absoluto necessity. They say be worn in dry weather as well as on rainy days, and when eae ceasidn'th4M facts yo wa readily ee the economical results from "." tbe purefera of a Haia&Mt. epr,g te, CURES and PREVENTS QAPtS whito diarrhoea, rosy, cholera cad other chick dltcaasi. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO.r Incorpocd DO gJOBPRINTINQ FIRST-CLAS- Bourbon Poultry Cure Mate J2 GftMM vf M4tc4aM. ikouii kee a bottks of Every jvwHry ,1. BtMHclna on rtaad. Wsite (or free sas$!e Qt row. Aaanecc on Plm Itewet fSMIM BBBf MOTHfi IflssH, If, One 50c Bottle JOHN R. GIBSON & CO. McKee Block 3ic up $450 to $1250 fitr 6. Juetf :&Son 1 Exquisite ,Spfinfc Millinery Owrel MUIkwry etyle erecton W Um emtatry. DeertiMt U fakly in blooai with hats fro the foro-a- RSev nS ctT0 S THL Climax employs 5oW by Perry's Drug WORK! vjLN. Telephone 500 5 tore. lm Opera House Building E. V. ELDER