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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1912 NUMBER 44 FOR Bradley's Hand Called. At the Republican State Convention held in Louisville last week. Senator w imam O. Bradley, who ruled the con vention with an iron hand, in referring to the result of the Republican nrimarv held in Illinois, took occasion to defame the name of Hon. John P. AlfcreldL who was Democratic Governor of that State In loSidurinir the creat Pullman strike. Senator Bradley characterized Governor Aitgeldt as an anarchist. Mr. Frank L. Russell, of this city, who was a warm friend of Governor AltceldL resented the attacks of Bradley and addressed the following letter in reply to the re marks made asrainst his dead friend Richmond, Ky., April 12. 1912 O. Bradley, Senator, Washington, D. C. Dejlk Sib: In reading the reports from the Repu blican State Convention, being held in Louisville, I noticed one statement made by you that should draw the fires of re volt from every individual who admires the truth, decency and fair play. While have nothing in common with the workings of the Republican party as a political organization, yet when you as sail the honored dead and one of dif ferent political faith, I am going to have something to say In defense of one whose name I reverently cherish in memory and whoso works are a monument of everlasting worth and crowning glory. You were reported as saying: "Illinois is the same State that once elected an anarchist Aitgeldt for Sir-wuiiam Hay, Oats and Straw SEE iCOYA BAK!M6PbWDE Absolutely Pure! To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. The Label will guide you Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Alum No Lime 1 . 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We know exactly what wo are talking about, and with this offer back of our statements no one should scoff, doubt our word, or hesitate to put our remedy to an actual test. We want every one in Richmond who is suffering from any scalp or hair trouble, dandruff, falling hair, or bald ness to try our Roxall "93" Hair Tonic. We want them to use it regularly say until three bottles have been used and if it does not eradicate dandruff, cleanse and refresh the scalp, tighten the hair in its roots, androw new hair, we will return every cent paid us for the remedy for the mere asking. There is no formality expected, and we exact no obligation from the user whatever. We are established right here in Richmond, and make this offer with a full understanding that our business success entirely depends upon the sort of treatment we accord our customers, and we would not dare make tho above ofier unless we were positively certain that we could substantiate it in every particular. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store. The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. A bald-heade- THE STEARNS & FOSTER d MATTRESS (SMMEOA EIEBY, GENUNE MATTPESS) f, L. R. Blanton Corner Main and B bald-heade- W -- LAYERS 0FC0TT0N -- V rsr- Streets Telephone 85 V y llk 1 fCOMPRESSEDTOONESIXTrf! I WEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND I PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF STANDING NEARLY THREE FEET HIGH ARE- - X IW?$& ItJf $1 f f Ws M? .'- " -- ' - ".' " - i f - ' : Qhosts in Cook County Phosphates 'mmlm'iTT&-,tiirr2- J 111.1.1., - '- Yes; and Kentucky, I am exceedingly sorry to say, is the same State that once disgraced herself by electing an old. Republican reprobate for Governor. Through corruption, fraud, cunning, I I- - 1 A. -7 THE McGAUQHEY "Whether or not you believe in ghosts let us assure you t at the can be seen right here in Madison county. And you don't have to wait till midnight, when the moon's behind a cloud, to observe them, either. They appear in broad daylight They are the ghosts of I :st opportunities. And they confront the unprogressive farmer with the profitable chances he has misused and in his methods in the prom.ssed by not being g ne r equipment of his farm. The farmer's step in getting into the live line, is to secure the right fence. And the right fence is -up-to-da- te Studio has been rembved from the Schlegel building to the Clay building on lst money-makin- Main street and is now open for business in the new location. First, last and all the time. If you want a fence of strong, simple construction a If nee witn the proper "spring" a fence that will give the ' ingest, best service, see the American, in many styles and The American The Schlegel vrcights. Studio is closed D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. deception, treachery, hyprocrisy and whisky money, Kentucky again disgraced herself by sending an old, braying jackass (Republican) to the United States Senate. Whenever a moral leper defames the name of our illustrious dead, it is time to call a halt. As for Hon. John P. Aitgeldt, he died struggling for humanity, lie fought a good fight, and left to the world tho glorious gospel of human service, something you never will. To day, he sleeps beneath the shadows of the clouds, careless alike of sunshine or storm. lie is at rest from his labors, but his name is forever embalmed in the hearts and confidences of his countrymen whom ho so ably served. His efforts in behalf of tho toiling millions, will ever bo held in grateful remem brance by the great common people and countless millions of their posterity. Yonr reference to tho late Mr. Ait geldt is a beautiful illustration of the character of man you are. It was perverted and villainous, and does not bear the earmarks of a true Kentucky gentleman. Indeed, the citizenship of the proud old Commonwealth should deeply feel her humiliation in having such a man in the United States Senate. I regret exceedingly that I am not permitted to mako my statements more plain and emphatic. However, "we can read as we run." Yours very truly, FiiAJtK Tells Women How To Have Charming Hair. Rough, coarso hair is unnecessary; so is faded, dull looking hair. Dandruff and scalp itch are both caused by an accumulation of scurfy filth and can easily be gotten rid of. Dandruff germs cause falling hair and diseases of the hair and scalp, and should be destroyed. If you have any of tho hair troubles mentioned above B. L. Middelton will guaranteo PARISIAN SAGE to end everyone of them or will refund your money. PARISIAN SAGE is a delightful hair dressing that is being used today by many thousands of lovely Americans who detest uncleanlincss. Large bottle 50 cents. You will say "I never knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable." Yeu Ceai-fortable, That's jusl what satisfied users of Steams & Fosler Mattresses are saying. owe it to yourself to have a Steams & Fosler in your home and enjoy rest tkat ic Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's res! on a Steams & Foster Mattress costs too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattre. SieanK & Fosler Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of little web, lorming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Standing nearly three fet higk. Referendum and the "Call." These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir orifiaal height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jusl the proper tension, so as to be sli, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfeel relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foster Mattrew. Wc'M fkXy H Eggs For Sale. From my Singlo Comb Brown Leg horns, SI per setting of 15 eggs, or 40 eggs for 82. Also breeder of Bourbon Rod Turkeys and S. C. ButfOrphington, and Muscovia Ducks. Eggs a matter of correspondence. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, 41 lm R. D. No. 3, Richmond, Ky. Don't understand the initiative, ref erendum and recall? Let us explain it to you. "Mr. Man goes home and announces that he is going down town after supper to meet a man. That s the initiative. His wife says 'Are you?' in that ascending voice that seems to walk over the roof of her nerves. That's the referendum. Then Mr. Man sits down and reads his paper. That's the recall." Exchange. . do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Steams & A mosl Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. For same. ! I OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Leslie Rcsselu Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt Telephone 110. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone forSl-CO- . W. W. Broaddcs & Co. and live stock insurance. tf 41-t- f Night Telephone 136 W.S. O. 229 K.O. L. 2 hustling Caslr Store The Ready SprinQ Are You for ' . Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $ J 0.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. 1 Every one Men's and Boys' Suits We have what you want and at Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. You know we specialize $10.00 and J 5.00 Suits for men. values never before offered so low. .C'.V'"' Boys' Suits at all prices. Ladies', Misses' and Children's (Morels In all styles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords T. B. 331t brand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. All Lines More Complete Than J3yer? Call and See Them HAMILTON mi-:.- . ' . m - - - I MifiiariiiiiiMii iiaiiiiitfiiiaMitMiMi Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of PERSONAL SOCIAL o( AND CHURCH NOTES. Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods 'OWEN McKBB visiting the merchants and business men generally of Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee. Among the noted speakers already announced are Mayor Henry T. rmraa exert wesiqut it Hunt, George Puchta, United States Prof. William Barker, THECLIHAX PRINTING CO University of Cincinnati; W. C Culkins, (Incorporated.) Superintendent of the Chamber of Com merce; James Albert Green, President Pres. and Mgr. of the Mathew Addy Iron and Steel Co., A. D. Miller George F. Dieterle, President, and Carl Sec'y-Trea- s. W.i6. WMte Dehoney, Secretary and Manager, of the Kmtr ( Cincinnati Commercial Association, and ASSOCIATION PRESS KENTUCKY others. u4 LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS The Louisville Post has the follow EIGHTH DISTRICT ing editorial concerning one of Rich YEAB mond's most prominent and best known PER $1.00 EBIGE young men: "A fine type of the kind of IK ADVANCE young men that are coming to the front 1912 in Kentucky and in whose activity, in 24 WBDNBSDAY. APRIL politics, at the bar, in the learned professions, and in business, lies the true Omk af Mtr moot wemteeat business hope of the State, was seen at the Repu8MB e&lfed the aUesUea of The Climax blican State Convention in Mr. A. R. Bumam, Jr., a son of former Chief Juste wfcet sooms te have beeeaae an ohrontc des4re es the part of many tice A. R. Burnam, and grandson of the mt mm- istittitis to bo continually distinguished Major C. F. Burnam. Mr. aHaittec ftm4s for one purpose or Burnam made, according to the stateMMther. Lot k be understood that the ment of all the attorneys present in the gootlomag above aeatlesed is one of room of contested election, one of the Riofamopd's most beaofic&at oitizoos; strongest, clearest arguments for the havfeg always beB oiceediagly liberal disfranchised voters of Madison county M the ad the suffering, to beeevo-le- that marked any stage of the convention, tootHations aad to all worthy and he was appointed as one of the comMwwes Ms generosity has been exceed- mittee that will carry the fight to Chied by few, if any, of our charity-lovin- g cago." people. That bis complaint is well "Time was," says the Trenton (Tenn.) feaeded 'till be borne out by those enhas Gazette, "when a newspaper would upis. bttsfeees m Rlobmoad. It gaged hold a candidate for office simply because boootne almost a daily oocurrence to he was a 'home man' or a personal friend assistbae soltofcers seeking feanoial publication, but so many of these ance, te Many oases for institutions that of the fellows have a habit of being ungrateful are supported by taxation, and in some they are elected that the present day tectonces for enterprises that are, or after editor is becoming a little more choice con-steflhouW be, The in considering claims of candidates. 4raia en the business men of this 'Free puffs' are all right for the news. ottf as a result has become to many a paper man with a large bank account, say the least they won't buy beefsteak and eggs and this nabk should be curtailed where but for the publisher with limited finances " charity k net absolutely necessary. The Cum ax weukl not nave any reader to Federal Court in Session. feat that in writing these lines our The spring term of Federal Court con ohurohes, hospitals, and such institutions are included in th list of those vened Monday morning with Judge A. 21. J. Cochran, of Maysville, presiding, 4m should net seek and expect aid from the pubHc, for every man should be The first day of court was devoted to the qui ok te rospend to the ever pressing selection of juries to serve during the present term. The following gentlemen domaodc te relieve the needy or suffer- compose the grand jury: Joe Bales, Mad Ison; Geo. R. Snyder, Mt. Sterling; D. L Tate, Monticello; Harvey Moore, Welch The CcfODtSATi Tbade Excubsiox, kaevro as the Boosters' Special, will ar- burg; Logan Trenton, Somerset; Jno, rive in Rlohmond Friday afternoon, Horine, Nicholasville; Overton M. Jones, AptM 36. about 2:30, and will remain Mt. Sterling; Chas. Welch, Vaughn's here fer one bear. It is especially de- Mill; Milton Covington, Richmond: C. W. sired by The Ouviax. the Commercial Honaker, Jr., Owingsville; Wm. Morris, O and progressive oitizoos of this Waneta; Johnson Atchison, Owingsville, eta', that a oerdial welcome be extend- Alva fete vens, Iron Mound; W. R. Lynch ed the visitors while here. Every one tstUl; W. K. Watters, Menifee; A. J that can pessifety do se, should turn out Kidd, Garrard. and assist is giving the business men of Don't Forget OtnotonaU a welcome equally as cordial xne xriDDie sale ba turd ay at ten as was greeted the Agriculturnal train o'clock and Mrs. B. II. Neale's in this oKy some weoks ago. A splendid vt ednesday Jlay 1st, at ten o'clock. sale galaxy of speakers has been secured by the Oteohwati Commercial Association There may be a few as good, but none s Shoes. We te accompany the big Trade Excursion, better than wbk left Cincinnati Monday morning, have them, in high and low, black and tan. April 2Snd, to spend the next five days Rice & Arnold The Richmond Climax. ot - pr at g. nt During an electrical storm last week Ii.m. Interest XarJlni lightning struck the tower of tho Second folk and Otkerei Methodist church at Barboursville, the damage being slight. Just about a year Senator W. F. Welch, of Irvine, was ago lightning struck in the same spot a visitor in the city Saturday. and damaged the tower considerably. Col. Wm. Clark, attorney of McKee, is in the city attending Federal court, The Presbyterian church at NicholasMiss Edna Rice has returned to her ville, has called the Rev. J. J. Rice, of The borne in Richmond. Lancaster Record Fulton, Mo., to fill the pastorate. Thurs- Rev. Mr. Rice was recently of Mrs. Irvine Ballard returned been educated in the Louisday from a visit to relatives in Win ville Seminary. Ho has accepted the chester. call and will take charge about the midMr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, of Dayton, dle of May. O., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. F. M. Stiver. The Rev. Mr. Hibischman, of Toledo, Mrs. George English is recovering from an operation for gall stone, much O., has been called and has accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church in to the gratification of many friends. He will move there with Lox Mt. Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bennett, of his family on May 1, and take charge of ington, has been visiting relatives and the congregation. The Rev. Mr. Hibisfriends in this city. chman is a native of Pennsylvania, and Miss Annie Herndon, of Lancaster, is one of the leading pulpit speakers of has been the guest of Miss Julia Hig- - the church. gins, on Second street. Judge G. L. Click, of Elliott county, Dr. J. A. Harding, who for the last is iu the city, having bis eyes treated eleven years, has boon president of Pot' by one of our local physicians. ter Bible College, near Bowling Green, Editor Jesse Alverson, of Anderson has resigned, to devote his cntiro time Kews, spent Sunday with his mother, to the evangelistic work. He has been Mrs. Mattie Alverson, in this city. succeeded by Dr. George A. Clingmap, Miss Martha W. Maupin and sister, pastor of a Church of Christ in Detroit, Miss Mary Cantrill, are visiting their who will take charge in September when sister, Mrs. J. W. Hendricks in Lex the fall term opens. ington. Miss Mary Rourke, after spending By order of tho British Admiralty several days at home, has returned to divine services on all tho warships In school at the university in Bowling home ports last Sunday took the form Green. of a memorial for victims of tho Titanic. Mr. Chas. B. Nelson, manager of tho During the services the flags on all the Winchester Democrat, spent several ships were at half mast in respect to the hours in Richmond Thursday enrouto officers and men of all ranks in the to Louisville. British Mercantile Marino and others M- -. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant, of Stan who wore drowned and for their good ford, attended the funeral and burial of scamenship behavior after the accident. Mrs. Mary Baumstark, at Waco, Wed Services in all the churches were of a memorial character with the singing of nesday. Mr. Lucien Burnam, of Danville, "Nearer My God to Thee" as the special spent several days last week with his feature. parents, Judge and Mrs. A. R. Burnam, The First Church of Christ (Scientist) in this city. regularly every Sunday Cov- holds services Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jones, of in their apartments, 130 Second street. ington, have been spending the past 10 "o'clock a. m. Lesweek with relatives and friends in this Sunday School at Wednesday son sermon at 11 a. m. city. evening.testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Dr. C D. l'attie. wh5 has been seri Free reading room 15, Hobson building, ously ill for several weeks,has sufficient open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wed ly recovered as to assume his duties at nesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Southern National Bank. Sunday, April 28, "Probation After Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham spent Death." The public is cordially several days in Cincinnati last week invited to any and all services. Mrs. Oldham, en route home, stopped in Cyntbiana for a visit with Mr. H Memorial services, commemorative of C. Shipp and daughter. the horrible disaster to the Titanic, Miss Alice Timoney left this morning were held last Sunday in most of the for Richmond, where she will take a churches throughout the land. The special course in the State Normal singing of tho hymn "Nearer My God to School Danville Advocate. Thee" was a featuro in many of the Mr. John Harris has returned from services. This hymn was played by Florida, where he spent tho winter. He the band as the mighty ship went brought with him the upper jaw, a rib down. and scales from a Jew fish which he cap tured, which tipped the beam at 325 The Danville district Conference of pounds. the Methodist church will be held at Mr. C. A. Taylor returned last week London April 29, to May 2nd. The from Coronado, Florida, where he has pastor, Eld. G. W. Crutchfield and been for the past month. Mr. Taylor is Messrs. W. H. Park and Gilbert Grin-stea- d an expert with the rod and line and re will represent tho local church at ports fishing as being unusually good this meeting. this season. The Baptist church of this city closed Miss Lillie Chrisman has returned to Panola, after having spent some time in a good year for Missions on last Sabbath. a hospital in this city. Miss Chrisman The building committee of the First has many friends who will be gratified Christian church opened the bids yesto learn of her restoration to health Judge John W. Hughes, of Harrods-bur- terday for their new church which is yet was in the city Thursday. Judge soon to be erected. No award has Hughes has been mentioned a probable boon made. Hbmfc- Louis-ville.havi. g, Advice Married Mr. Robert B. Duorsouand Miss Lucy Stacy-Adam- IK Ve are Aary Jane and her Iamb. Ve have E. V. Eider's Sale. hired out to the best store In this city. Elsewhere in this issue will be found uayyx, uccauic our consciences are the advertisement you can't fail to see ncaic of V. clear. The store ve are going to work for has it for it is a bSale.one Elder E.alwaysElder's does says he a clear conscience. They do an honorable busi what isbesufficient. wilL A hint to the wise ness. There is no cotton In what they tell you Have your furniture put in good order before spring cleaning. is all vool. Baklow & Dozeer, Ve are happy because ve succeed. So does f 307 East Main street. the store ve vork for succeed; their upright Spring and Summer goods and upright meth&ds compel success. t ip a vnole year ve shall greet CaM for Dainty Lacn veeK ror you in this paper, always vlth a smile. Our Lingerie Embroidery fc writable Ha4 store folks greet you vlth a smile when you for all eoeMieM aid all tgm. eeme In, and sell reliable merchanAie. Mid-Sprin- candidate for congress from the Eighth A largo delegation of students from district, bat bis intentions along these the Normal attended service at the lines were not given out. on last SabMr. and Mrs. George Phelps returned Second Christian church bath night at which time Prof. last week from a month's visit to Call preached: he is one of the most sorma, beanie, Wash., and other west popular members of the Normal Faculty. ern cities. They had a delightful trip ana naa tne pleasure oi meeting many The Women's Missionary Society of former Madisonians. the Methodist church wilt meet with air. liarvey cnenault attended a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Mrs. R. K. Stone on 4th, street on Fri. Georgetown college, at Georgetown, day at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Tho board met to consider Rev. Mr. Thompson, rector of the the resignation of Dr. Yeager, who re signed from that institution some weeks Episcopal church, added much to the ago. Dr. Yeager has decided to remain program of the Woman's Club this week by rendering a couple of solos; he with the college. has a superb voice. Hon. J.Tevis Cobb, who has been slight ly indisposed for past the few weeks. Whatever makes men good Christians is doing nicely and will soon be able to makes good citizens Daniel Webster. resume his large law practice. The many friends of this popular gentleman Gott will take all your wool and pay will be gratified to know that his condi the highest price. tion is greatly improved. Captain John Colyer, of Somerset, well A Splendid Bargain. known in this city as an officer in the There are a number of people that Revenue Service under Hon. Thomas S. Bronston's administration, was in Rich have purchased pianos from Mr. Chester weoks, the mood, the first of tho week. Captain Green within the last few result is they are well pleased. Mr, Colyer is very popular here and always s .the Starr Piano Co finds a hearty welcome when he comes. When you come to town don't fail to The Cecilian Club will meet this after call and see tho beautiful now instru noon with Mrs. Alex. Denny on Breck ments now on display at Mrs. Parks' avenue, burned is "Jruccuu. " residence at 229 Second street. Phono Col. R R. Perry, the veteran news 104. Splendid bargains in used and paper man of Winchester, was a pleasant second hand instruments. Don't forget visitor in the city Monday and Tuesday. the place 229 Second street. Col. Perry recently retired from tho newspaper business on account of ill Memorial Services. health, but he has regained his former Floating Canoe Tribe. No. 70, Improved strength and looks many years younger, Order of Red Men. will hold memorial and The Climax would not be surprised service at First Presbyterian church next to hear of the Colonel again assuming Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Hon. newspaper work. Robt. T. Crowe, of Lagrange. Ky., will Mrs. Cliphant Haynes, gave a beauti deliver tho address. The public Is ex ful Easter reception at her home in New tended a cordial invitation to attend York, the entertainment taking place these services. on Monday alter Easter Sunday in honor of her daughter-in-laMrs. Free Cake. Ashbrook Haynes, formerly Miss Louise representative of the F. O. Stone A Covington, of this county. Twelve friends of the popular matron were in Baking Co., ofjOincinnati, will arrive it the receiving line, among them being this city, Friday, on the Boosters' Special Mrs. J. W. Coperton and daughter, Miss train, and will give to all who call a Jamie Caperton. and Mrs. H. B. Hanger Joe's restaurant a free sample of silver of this city. The decorations were very slice cake. In order to get this delicious elaborate and consisted of Easter lillies cake you must call at the above place and palms. Refreshments were served during the stay of the visitors in this city. to a large gathering of friends. le Greon-ropresent- McWilliams were married Wednesday at tho homo of the brido's parents, near White's Station, Rov. E. 0. McDougle, officiating. Tho happy couple came to this- - city immediately after tho cere(Copyright. 1912, by Associated Literary mony and took the five o'clock train for Press.) a bridal tour, after which they will reRattling over the frogs and switches, turn to Whito's Station to reside. The the "Special" picked Its way through bride and groom aro both residents of the yard, while the engineer's hand that section of Madison county, and are grasped tho throttle nervously. Tho president of the road, Philip Newman, exceedingly popular with a large circle sat in tho rear car, and he had demand- of friends who extend congratulations ed a record run down to the next di and best wishes for a long and happy vision. Once past the tangle of tracks, married life. there was a clear road and a good roadbed all tho way to Tuwora, Thom The marriage of Miss Lillian Lee son usually took out the cast and west Jefferson to Mr. Salem S. Wallaco will flyer. He was a new engineer on the be a beautiful event of this month. The road and be- wanted to show the "Old marriage will bo celebrated at Man" what he could do. 7:30 o'clock.at tho First Baptist Church, Back in his private car, Newman was going through the package or Dr. J. W. Porter officiating. Prof. R. mall handed him as he had stepped delloodo will play tho wedding music aboard. It seemed to Newman that and Miss Julia Yarrington will sing. since his secretary had quit, the mail Mrs. William II. Milward, Jr., tho had been twice ah heavy as formerly. matron of honor, will bo tho bride's only For perhaps half an hour ho worked attendant, and Mr. John II. Wallace, of over the mail, then he threw it down Louisville, the bridegroom's brother, on the table in disgust, and went out will bo best man. Littlo Miss Emily on the rear platform to smoke a cigar Hoiloway will be tho flower girl and the In the crisp winter sunshine. As he stepped through tho door, a dark bun ushers will bo Messrs. Harry Frances, of dle huddled beside the steps caught Madison county, O. T. Wallace of Wilmington, N. C, James C. Rucker, and his eye and he scowled. After the He stooped to grasp the man's col John Willim, of this city. lar, but before he could do so the wedding tho couplo will leave for a wedman had sprung up and was facing ding trip of soveral weeks and will :hen him defiantly. return to Lexington and mako their "Yes, I'm stealing a ride," be ad. homo with the bride's mother, Mrs. mitted before Newman had spoken. Thomas Clay Jefferson, on Forest "Like you, I am going over the road avenue Lexington Herald. without a ticket. You can't blame Mr. Wallaco is well known in Richthe train hands. They were careful enough, but when they were clear of mond, having many relatives in the city the yards they had to stay up front and county, whoro ho has frequently or pass through your car, and I knew visited. that they wouldn't do that, so I hopped Think of wool a big price, too then on board because I want to get away 43-t- f think of Gott. from here." "Come inside," ordered Newman gruffly as he saw that the man's thin EVERY MOVE CREATES SOUND coat and threadbare trousers offered little protection from the nipping air. Scientific Fact Not Known to All Acuteness of Hearing Among the He was rather amused at the idea of Lower Animals. tramp stealing a ride on his own. a car. It Is very difficult to make some perThe stranger followed without the least embarrassment and accepted sons believe that nothing can move with easy courtesy the stiff drink that without making a sound, although it Newman prescribed as an antidote may seem to be absolute silence to them. Everything that moves disfor the cold. can wash my hands some- turbs the air around it and sets up a "If I where," the tramp suggested when kind of wave motion that spreads the warmth had penetrated his half-- through the atmosphere in all direcfrozen body, "I'll work my passage. I tions. When these wavo motions aro used to be a pretty good hand at the strong enough a sound is heard. That typewriter In the old days. If you nothing i3 heard is no evidence that have any routine stuff that an out there is no sound, for other living slder can see, I'll clear that away for things may hear' what men cannot The motion that is started In tho you. I know how it is when the mail air when anything vibrates or moves gets piling up." He moved toward the closed type- suddenly has often been compared to writer desk in a corner of the salon the motion of the surface of still waand raised the cover. He nodded as ter when we drop a pebble into a he saw the machine was in good con- pond. But thoro is this great differdition, and then followed the porter ence. The eye can see the wavo made to the wash room whence he emerged by the smallest glass bead you can with clean hands and face and well find, but tho ear is not nearly so senbrushed hair. Newman stared at the sitive, and unless the waves aro pretty high in the atmosphere the human transformation. "I'm not a tramp," was the easy ex car cannot detect them as sound. have The lower animals planation. "I am merely out of a job much better ears thanand birdsbeings. human and without a reference to get an will prick up its ears at the other berth. I was unwise in falling A dog of its master's voice, or a faint In love with my boss' daughter. It sound whistle, when it is an astonishing diswas a small town, and he could keep me from getting another place there. tance off. A man in Baltimore put his head out of the window and called his so I had to leave." dog Jack, which he thought was chasAs he spoke he moved toward the ing cats in the grounds of the blind machine again and took up one of the asylum opposite. letters in the basket His fingers The dog was sitting on the steps of fairly flew over the keys and a friend's house with the man's daughpresently he passed a sheet over ter, nearly half a mile away, and into Newman. It was terse and stantly jumped up and tore off home. comprehensive, and Newman nodded It had heard that call. The president reached for the basket A deer has been known to look up and removed a few of the more impor- at the sound of a footstep that was tant letters, then indicated the rest still half a mile away in the woods. "Do those," he ordered, "and you will be able to make New York In a Gott, the poultry man, will buy your day coach instead of a box car." 43 tf The letters wero out of the way and wool. signed before the train whistled for Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Tuwora, and Newman turned to his Home Insurance Co. Write mo or phone helper. , 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. "Want to go on from tho division point or stay on and bo my secre tary?" ho asked. YOUR BRg& "I'll stay," was the quiet response, "The girl lives in Harmon, and that's iTQH STOPS only 60 miles from your headquarters. I'll marry her yet." suffering Tf you "That's the way to talk," cried New Psoriasis are any other from Eczema, or kind of skin man. "If you want a girl, fight until trouble, drop Into our store for Instant relief. We will guarantee you you get her. You might answer these to stop that itch in two seconds. A 25c trial bottle will prove It other letters." We have sold other remedies for He indicated the more Important skin troubles, but none that wo could ones be had withheld until he had recommend more highly than the well Wlnter-Eree- n, compound studied his man, and while the tat known Thymol andofa Oil ofother Infew ter's nimble fingers resumed their gredients that have wrought such wonwork, he smoked and reflected. Here derful cures all over tho country. D. as D. D. This compound, was a man who would not give up Prescription, will known and heal the cool nothing else Itchy, burnlne skin and yet he himself had lost heart in cnn. Get a regular as bottlo and sec on his own love affair. He wanted Alicia our y offer, Leighton for his wife, and he had STOCKTON & SON been frightened off by the rivalry ol younger men, though he was little pa3t forty. "What Is your name?" he de manded. "Paul Sidney," was the quiet re 8ponse. "I have been working lot You Seth Slater In Harmon." Newman drew some bills from his Meat. pocketbook. Us "There Is a half hour stop here," ht said. "It Is a division point and there It Will are some tangles I must straighten out Slip uptown and get a suit that Be To You. will make you presentable. No, it Isn't an advance on salary," he added, Friend as Paul made a memoranda of the You'll sum. 'That is payment for advice,' Too, stenographei and as the surprised turned away he added to himself, Friend "and you won't be married before 1 am. I guess I can make a fight too." En Route 'ASK inc- WEARS THEM" - VO Flexible Shoes. "Queen Quality" fitted with Flexible Welted Soles, that bend with the slightest movement of the foot, are without question the most restful easy-goin- g shoes imaginable. "Queen Quality" shoes fit well, wear well, and feel well. Need no breaking in. You experience all the joys of "that old pair you so hated to discard," from the first moment worn, until worn out. Why suffer needlessly when absolute comfort and ease are offered you in - "Queen Quality," without extra cost? W. D. Oldham & Co Richmond's Greatest Store 2 o ublic Sale TID you ever look up the meaning of the words "Price" and "Cost"? We venture you'd be interested, We will sell publicly on SATURDAY, even APRIL 27lh, 1912, at 10 o'clock A. 51., on the premises on West Main Street, Hlchmonii,Ky., the surprised. "Price" originally meant not money, not cash but Reward, Praise, Worth. In the days of Caesar they called it "Pretium." "Cost" comes from the old Icelander word "Koster," signifying to Choose, to Test, to Prove. So "Price" is really the Worth of the thing sold. "Cost" means how well the thing bought proves up in actual use. So we're not so far off the track today, for when you buy paint, the Price of it should be the measure of its usefulness, in appearance and wear. Its Cost to you will be how well it stands the test you put it to. If it does well, it's cheap; if not, you paid too much. Measured by this, poor paint costs far, far more than good paint; never worth the price asked and never stands the test of wear. There's one house paint made that's worth the price and stands the test, and that's HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT, best lead, zinc, aged linseed oil, japan, coloring matter and nothing else; honest materials, honestly prepared, sold on honor. Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as much surface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer. Then, too, there's a full line of good HORSE SHOE BRAND Paint Specialties HORSE SHOE BRAND Pain., for the Bam. for the Roof, for the Porch, for the Floor, for Inside Walls, Screens, for Buggies, Wagons RESIDENCE of the late Dudley Trlbble. It is a brick house, centrally located in one of tne most uesiraoie neignnornoous in town, anil has nine rooms anil all modern conveniences. The lot on which the house is built is one of the best drained in town, and has on it a splendid stable and a gooa garden. Every thing is in first-clas- s condition. At the same time and place we will Sell a lot oi Household and Kitchen Furniture, including a new Florence Air Tight stove and a good range. Also a line family horse, safe for women or child ren to drive; a good buggy and harness, a number of farming implements, such as turning plows, corn planteis, 2 grass seed strippers, 1 sled, a Randall harrow, a new cultivator, 1 plow, scraper, and other things too numerous to mention. TmiMS! in hand; all above that sum, negotia te noie,aue JUiy i, DUDLEY TRIBBLE'S HEIRS Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. All snme nnlor son ioH Public Sale I will WEDNESDAY, sell publicly on MAY TiigT 1st, 1912, at o'clock A. M., on the premises, three miles from Richmond on the Lexington pike, the following, viz: 10 Stock, Farming Implements, Etc. Twenty-fiv- e in fact, for everything. no-pa- It Is Mete That 5hould Have The Best Meet at the Counter And Meted Out Meet Your Here of Your The Appetite 4 years old, dilves single or double; 1 carnage mare; II shoats, weight about 100 lbs.; one walking horse, a line prospect; one mare by Rex Arbucklp, in foal to jack; one colt by Lakeland Jay, broken to drivf ; one nice yearling lilly by Lord Rian 12:20, dam by Lynboyd; about 150 chickens; farming implements consisting rf ii mowing machines, l Randall harrow, 4 turning plows, 1 hay press, 2 corn planters, 1 corn 1 hay-rak- e, two wagons, cider mill, one horse wagon, good buggy, buck-boargood milk wagon and harness, hog box, 4 lard kettles; sled, plow gear, 3 cultivators, pond scrapers, one fence machine, grind stone, good cutUng box. Meat and lard from ten hog; household and kitchen furniture about 5,000 tobacco sticks, and various other things. A good Automobile, 4 cylinder, live passenger, engine in first-clas- s shape. Terms made known on day of sale. draft horse, Muuuit 11UU ut jua., CA 1 1 .1 ouu; 17 nice Jersey cows and six young heifers; 1 Jersey bull, well bred;l pair of work mules; 1 extra good head of cattle, weicht luu When you're ready to buy paint or paint specialties, and want the Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint, just remember that here is one store where you'll find what you're looking for. Sold by Stockton & Son, Druggists The Center of Attraction Rich jewelry and artist c s verware are especial. y at tractive in their generous r rc fusion and infinite vanetv a our Jewelry Store. A rrrs marked feature of our 0oJj is the many novel and uia jid articles which cannot be iki nlir;itpl in mnlrinnn co'ppttOa from any of "which most dt d, siraole as presents F. jr. YEAGER MAIN MRS. 1. 1. NEALE. STREET mcniioxp. m Guard Against Undesirables. About 250.000 Immigrants are turned back every year by the immigration officials of this country To guard against the ports and boundaries those whom the law forbids entry, the government employs nearly 2.000 trained men T. O. Broaddus. 5anitary Meat Telephone 39 Second-s- When the Ice Man is King! You'll ameled t want a en- -' "Star" white Mr. Clay Will Probably Move To Lexington. i Quality Groceries Await You Here We are the the home of full weight and full Every article that leaves this measure. store carries our stamp of approval. or "Maj- g 30-t- ni ... John R. Gibson & Telephone 500 rf Am i?t lokris The following from Lexington to the Louisville Times says: Col. Brutus J. Clay, of Richmond. Ky., former United States Minister to Switzerland, wilL if his present plans aro carried out, shortly become a resident of this city. Col. Clay recently sold his beautiful farm near Richmond and accompanied by Mrs. Clay was here yesterday looking at a number of :plees, with the view of purchasing one for a home. The father of Col. Clay, Gen. Cassias Xar.celltM Clay, the "Old Lion of White hall," formerly resided ia LexiBgto, and was a resident of this city when his paper. The Liberal, which was favorable to abolition, safari a ia 1840, as told io. Gen. Clan's aute-Mo- g raphy. Col. Clay was bora ia sad kas maay pliaaant reeoUaa- n mmn at iiaei tioas.of the eity, as wail as maay rehv work to call mad impact bar tivea and irieoaa bare, are cited as the chief! Inducement for his return Una of pattens aod materials. here to .live after so many years absence, Lac-ingtoa zinc lined refrigerators. They are the best ice sav ers and most reasonably priced. see the "Star" before you buy. estic" Ask to You Reap the Harvest. To trade at this store pays both in time and satisfaction IB Sewell & McKinney I Phones . W. F. HIGOINS - Furniture, Carpets, Stoves 16 and 223 - ft Opposite Hotel Gryndon- - Richmond, Kentucky MTMITlii nili im it Hi - - i1 J .! Expuisioi Tke Richmond Climax. TBE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller REALLY WOT SMITH'S FAULT STAKED (Copyright, " Mrs. Commuter Had Him Unduly, ami New Mw Warn Mm Law Chwrigad. ttlmd of Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. W.G.White KENTUCKY MW PRESS EIGHTH DISTRICT 1912; by Associated Literary Press.) ASS0CIATI0K PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. tl.00 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24 - 1912 M. M. Hamilton-Pho- ne 484. tl Buys calves, cows and fat cattle. 39-Call him up. Boarders Wanted. accmanytag MuatraUon shows Weber's Trlze Band, of Cincinnati, and a group of prominent citizens of at;, . who wilt accompany Good clean rooms and good table. Ap Mus. Clyde Pullens, 31-331 Moberly avenue. ply to tf Tire the Exourslon to the South. In which this city Is Included. The special carrying treat 1M to 125 Cincinnati Boosters, together with the Band, will leave Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m. train Monti ly mornln;April S!d. st day. run win be spout between Cincinnati and Lexington, with stops at Williamstown, Georgetown, Th J.dway. Irar.kfort, Versailles and N'lcholasville. An evening meeting will be held at the Phoenix Oa T.ifeday. tke second day oat, the train will leave Lexington at 6:30 a. m., stopping at Hotel Wllmore, High 1 Danville, Soawset. BBrneMe. Stoarns, Oneida and Oakdale. arriving at Harriman, Tenn.. at 7:15 p. m. " ho ta Harrtamn on Tuesday evening will be under the auspices of the Harriman Business Men's Asso-- ( meetlac .anon. The third day will be spent between Harriman and Chattanooga, between which points stops will be made . f Rock wood. Spring City aad Dayton. In Chattanooga the party will visit Lookout Mountain or Chicamauga and in the evening a reception will be held at the Read House. I'.iri.. On Thursday the special train will stop wt Cleveland. Athens. Sweetwater and Lenoir City, arriving at Mid-- J . oro at sundown. An evening meeting will be held at Middlesboro, and on Friday, April 26th, the Special Tr.i n wnl visit Pineville, Barboursville, Corbin, London. Berea, Richmond, Winchester, Paris, Cynthlana and Fal-tto- u h. reaching the Queen City at B:30 p. m. ! Lanshan Eggs. Pure bred White Langshan hatching; now. 33-3- $1.00 for 15. eggs for Orders booked Sn.Ei.TOx, . Park Union City, Ky. Office for Rent equipped with water and heat Posin our building on Second street. session given at once. OiUco Douglas & Simmons. The People's 5tock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy- and freo from disease. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every in gredlent necessary for tho production of 30-t- f eggs. Richmond Dituo Co. - Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from n, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint 1 could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- 5tand the Percheron Stallion I Will Heavy, impuro blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale and sickly. For puro blood, sound digestion use' Burdock Blood Bitters. SI. 00 at all stores. lm For Rent. The residence on Summit recently occupied by Capt. Short, for remainder of year. Electric light, water, stables, etc. 33-t- f Apply to June Baxter. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock. tf I am prepared to draw plans for For the season of 1912, at my mother's place noar Richmond, on Big II ill pike buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superinat tend construction of such work. Phono $15 to Insure a Living Colt 101. Orders left for mo at The Climax PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per ofllco will receivo prompt attention. f N. B. Timris. choron colt, bred by W. It. Grimsley of bweetwater, 111., color gray.loaled April "My littlo son had a very sovero cold. C, 1900. Sired by Gaulor's Percheron Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher I was recommended to try Chamber& Coleman, of Wayne, 111. Gaulor's lain's Cough Remedy, and before a sired by Etretat. he by Volcan, he by small bottle was finished he was as well Bienevillo, ho by Yolatire, ho by Bril liant. Dam fllag.blackmarcby Koscoe, as over," writes Mrs. II. Silks, 29 he by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. winner at the Chicago "World's Fair, he This remedy is for salo by all dealers, by Brilliant, ono of tho most noted lm of either Franco or Amcrica,for which 3Ir. Dunham was ouered a very Saginaw 5iIos Are Standard. long price to let him go back to France. So it will bo seen that Bbimjast D. is A Saginaw anchors with tho patent very deeply bred in tho Brilliant blood, INNER HOOP and four base anchors. and is fully entitled to thenamo of BrilTho patent Steel DOOR Frame places liant. strength where it is needed and insures I wish to impress upon parties having doors. mares to breed, that Biiilliakt D. weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the time Tho strongest and best Silo on tho is at hand when it takes weight to bring market. Write for catalog and prices. the money. Readers of the Breeders FOSTER HELM, Gazetto will notico that within the last t. Lexington, Ky. few days large numbers of Percheron mares have been sold for prices around and exceeding $500. Caro taken to preAttention, Farmers! vent accidents, but not responsible any occur. should Lien retained on Jake, my fine jack, will make the seacolt until service fee is paid, or bred to son of 1912 at the Otter Creek stock another horse. farm at $S.OO lo insure a living mule. Jake is a black jack with white points, 15 hands high, sired by Rufus McCord's THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK jack and out of a Bourbon Chief jennet. I will also stand at the same time and placo my saddle stallion at $3.00 to a living colt. I havo for salo some nice Poland-Chin- a gilts .either bred or open. Also I hys for sale selected seed corn. Phone 723. MAY COLLINS, 41 4t. Richmond, Ky. 31-tPer-ciieroair-tig42-4in-su- Cardui W1S1 The WomatfsTonic BRILLIANT D. Architect's Notice. For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and welL During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Outtinooga Medicine Co.. Chaltanoosa. Tenn., book, "Home Treatment ior Women, sent tree. J 49 lor Speaal Imtmctiont. aad The CROj "She can't 6tay here." Jet's eyea flashed ominously. Standing in the low doorway of the littlo log shack, half way up Sawtooth mountain, she stared out at the shabby yellow carryall, with Its team of lean, shaggy horses "Then where Is she goln' ter stay, I'd Hko to know?" ejaculated tho driver, hoarsely. "She's bound for here, and she's paid her way here, and she's sick, too, and she tells me Jim sent for her. You lend a hand here, like a good fellow, and help me get her out." "Nobody's home but me." "Then you're boss, ain't you? And What you say goes." He grinned up at her comfortably. Jet's temper was familiar to him. "She's got to rest up somo placo, and It's thirty miles back to Double Forks." "Why didn't she como before?" "Ask her," said Wllklns. Most begrudglngly Jet did the honors of her homo to tho stranger. She helped carry her Into the kitchen, and loosened her many wraps. She made strong coffee, and winced a little from her own bitterness when she saw how young and sick she was. It Is not tho game to fight an enemy who is already down. After the man from Double Forks had driven away, she went silently about her work, while the other woman lay on tho bed and watched her. Finally Jet spoke. "Well, you got here, didn't you?" "I came as soon as ever I could." "Yes, you did!" "I did. I started the day after baby .came." Jet turned around. "What baby?" "Why, ours; mine and Jim's." A pause. Jet looked as If some body had most swiftly and surely slapped her In her pretty, aggressive face. "You knew I had a baby, didn't you? I wrote to Jim. Ke might have told you that much. I guess he didn't care, anyhow." "No, he didn't tell me." Jet eat down opposite the bed. "When did you tell him about the other tho baby?" asked Jet slowly. "Not right away. Ho wrote back he'd try to send for us both, and to name it after him If It was a boy." "Maybe ho meant to." Jet walked to the open cabin door and leaned her back against the casing. A year and a half she had lived down at Double Forks, running a miners' boarding house. She was thirty, and amply able to look after herself. Her pies and cornbread had followed gold strikes in Nevada for years. And she trod her way heartwholo until Jim Barclay showed up. "He got hurt last month. They had to take him up to Trent, where the company's doctor is. He works for outfit, foreman. Your the letter cam here while he was gone, so I opened and read It. They said he might die, and- - I sent you the money to como on quick, to get here and see him. So long as you was his wife, you had a right to be in at the finish." The other woman was off tho bed before tho words were fairly out of Jet's mouth, swaying slightly, she caught Jet's willing hand for supKay-Allan Even In town the commuter's wife had been subject to violent likes and dislikes, but in tho suburbs her preju dice seemed Intensified. Their neighbor on the left was the object ot her slnccreat aversion. "I think he Is tho most selfish man I ever met," she said. "Such a contrast to Mr. Brown, on our right, who is the soul ot neighborly kindness." "On what do you base your estimate of their character?" her husband asked. "Fences," cald she. "Just look, at Mr. Brawn's fence. Ho has kept all the ugly posts and crossboards on his own sido and ha3 presented the smooth finished surface to us. But you don't catch Mr. Smith doing that No, indeed. Ho looks out for number one and keeps tho nice side for himself, while we get all tho rougn patchwork." "But that 13 not Smith's, fence," her husband argued. "It Is ours." "Ours?" sho echoed. "How does that happen?" "It happens through a legal statute which provides that every man who wants his property fenced In must build part of tho fenco and keep the ragged edges on his own side. That la the law." "How perfectly ridiculous," she said. "If'wo continue to live In the country Isn't there some way It can be changed?" ' GETTING AHEAD OF SCANDAL Se- Peace and Dignity of Congregation cured by Recommendation Made to 'Pastor. Parson Henderson, an evangelist of color, was caught one bright morning holding the hands of one of the ewe lambs of his congregation, who was a very popular young lady, and It created quite a stir among the colored population, relates a writer In Norman E. Mack's National Monthly. So the parson was brought up for trial and was questioned by the officers of tho church as to what he meant by his action, and this is what ho had to say In answer to tho question propounded to him: "My bruddcrs. you have seen these great pictures, I suppose, 30 you know dat tho great Shepherd am always pictured with a lamb ot his flock in his arms." "Yes, sah, parson, dat am so," admitted Deacon Jones. "Den, Bmdder Jones, what am wrong in the shepherd of his flock holding a lamb in his arms?" This was too much for Brudder Jones, so he proposed tho officers of the church have a call meeting that afternoon. After the point was discussed fully the following resolution was adopted: "Resolved, Dat for the future peace and dignity of tho congregation dat the next time Parson Henderson feel3 called upon to take a lamb of his flock In his arms, dat ho pick out a ram Iamb." Truly a "Nervy" Youth. barber says ho has discovered the nerviest man alive. He Is young yet, but when ho is fully developed with a maturo growth of nerve he will bo a startling prodigy. "This fellow came Into my shop the other day," said the barber, "and A New York port I A MA r C.ll.lJ a J rV There is no seed so fertile as money. Every single dollar is productive. The closer you plant the $10 to Insure a Living Colt greater the harvest. Money in the bank, unlike Money due when colt is foaled, mara parted the crops of field, needs no cultivation, and its is jack. with or bred to another horse or not endangered by frost or drought This jack is of big bono, good head and ear, and must be seen to be a.ppre 5TATL BANK & TRUST CO, dated. His colts which havo been foalWill also make the season at tho same timo and placo, at Long" Tom RICHMOND, KY TEN THOUSAND ROLLS NEW 1912 WALL PAPERS Just received and are on sale at 2 l-Single Rolfc- -8 2c 41-3- what Peter the Great and Rex Peavine are to the trotting and saddle horse world. He Is by Wm. Todd's big Jack, ho by Marmaduke. His first dam by Big Andy, he by Tom Keeno, he by Rubo Billington; 2d dam by Lear's Napoleon. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Not responsible for accidents, but all care taken to prevent same. Will also stand my Silver Creek Red Boar Hog at $1.00 cash. WM. B. TURLEY. Telephone 1C0. Richmond.Ky. ed, are of exceptional size and quality. Loxo Ton will be to tho mule world Yards up In price. Remember we sell yon 4c, 5c, 6c yards), borders and ceilat the lowest price. Only (8 Borders Same Price as Papers they matco. "We Paper Hanging and Painting will bang your paper at 10c per roll ings same price, and do your painting first-das- s workmen employed 213 Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Beautiful Patterns "But he isn't dead, Is he?" "What do you care?" Jet looked at her curiously. "You were married to him about two months, wasn't you? And then he left you. I always liked Jim, and I hoped all along something might happen so we could get married, and swing up further north Into some of the provinces and start all fresh again. "I want you to know everything first." Jet rose slowly, and crossed shack. the floor of tho "He's In yonder. They brought him up here because it's his place. He's alive, but he'll never get well again. The company's given him a pension, so he won't starve." She took a hat from a nail, put It on her head with a yank forward. "Go on in and say hello. I'm going away now. Where's the baby?" "Dr Thomas' Electric Oil is tho best "With my mother home. It's a remedy for that often fatal disease croup. It has been used with success care"And in our family for eight years." Mrs. lessly. named Jim?" she said, "There's somo money in his L. Whiteacro, Buffalo, N. Y. lm room there, in a little buckskin sack under the pillow- - It's his, so you Barred Rock Eggs For can use it' Goodby. I wouldn't tell him I sent after you. Men don't have Hatching. kngw everything, you know, Wo havo tho stock and they are good, to "Listen, you mother of Jim's baby! strong, hoalthy chickens. Our pullets meant to Jump your claim. And I layed during all the cold weather of the couldn't It was all nicely staked out They are exceptionally and guarded. He even told me you past winter. good layers and began to lay at made better pies than mine. Your Wo have a few hens picture's in the- inside pocket of that five months old. for $1 each. Eggs $1 for 15; $3 for 50; coat, and a long curl of hair around send Don't you $5 per hundred. Telephone 224. it baby quick worry. You home. for So and call this tho A. D. & C. D. Miller, 41-Richmond, Ky. long." She stopped at a sound from the other room, the sound ot some one waking, stretching tlredly on a creaky bed, sighing, and cursing softly to himself at pain. Then they heard him call peevishly, longingly: "Anybody out there?" Jet shrugged her shoulders, and smiled, and walked out of the shack, shutting tho door after her softly. She could hear Jim's laugh as sho down tho thruat ot a "capey-chickThe destroy tho wormt went down after her pony. and saves the chick's life. A staked claim was proved up now. two-rootf en asked me to shave his neck. I speedily accomplished the gentle task, and called out, 'Next' While I was adjusting a towel around the neck of the next customer I saw the other youth going out tho door. you forgotten some'"Haven't thing?' I asked him. "He felt in his pockets and said he bad all that belonged to him. "T mean you forgot to pay mo for that shave.' "'Pay for that! Just shaving my neck!' he said, with astonishment. 'I never heard of paying for so little a thing as that. I could have done It myself with my safety razor, only, I couldn't reach back there.'" No Occasion for Surprise. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorised to announce JACK CHINN, a candidate for Congress in the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August 3, 1012. FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce E'mcr Deathernge as a candidalo fow sheriff of Madison county, subject to tho action ot the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announco John F. B&ldwin as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to announce X. B JONES a candidate for Sheritl of MadUtoa county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to announce IL IT. COLYEK n candidate for Sheriff of MadU non county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are hereby authorized to announce VAN II. BENTON a candidate for Sheiill of NndiHon County, subject to .the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff, of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorised to announce II. C. Rico as a Candida to fer County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judgo W. It Shackelford as a candito the ofllce of dalo for County Judge of Madison uounty, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce judge j. j. grbexlraf a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce S. A. D Jonos as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. II. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco O. P. Jackson as a candidate for to the ofllce of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announco Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce BENJA MIX V. EDWARDS, a candidate for Superintendent of I'ubllc Schools of Mnillson county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Wenrelauthorlzed to announce Wm. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. Ilarvey II. Brock a candidate for Super intendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ZFOR JAILER We are authorized toannnunceMORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jailerof Mudison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We aro authorized to announce Cjvtdb Ratburx a candidato for Jailer of Mad ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce X? Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or tuo Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. Joe Wagors for Jailer of Madison county. subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR W e are authorized to annminceGEORGE XOLAXD a candidate for Assessor oi Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. J ARMAN a candidate for Asseseorof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce RUFUS JEXKIXS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announco P. S. WHITLOCK. a candidate for the ofllce of Assessor of Madison county, subject to ihe action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK The Climax is authorized to announce R.;B. Terrill as a candidate for the office of County Clerk of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LaRueC House a candidate for County Cleric fo Madison county subject to the action o Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MURRAY SMITH a candidate for City Attorney of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce D. M. CHENAULT a candidato for City Attorney, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE Wo are authorized to announce J. D. subject to the action of the Democratic partv. Wo are authorized to announce W. L. Leeds for Police Judge ot Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Tho Climax is authorized to announce Superintendent John Noland as a candidate for the ofllce ot Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for County Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi , ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE. BLST? If that of any other is better than mine vote! for him. If mine is best vote for me and will appreciate it. J. J. GREENLLAF. 1 r State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rniTECCC TUITION CertiBcHta, KeYtew. cat. Lib DipkMna, TO Preparatory, State CartiC-liUUftji- CwMty Spftel FREE APPOINTEES Spring Term Opens April 8, 1912 ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE PUBIS Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. THE COMBINED STALLION Will make the Season of 1912 at W. T Adams A Co.'s Mill, oa Um Mill pike, near Pond Meeting Houm, at 1 Frestolite 0.00 to Insure a Living Colt PRESTOLITE is a enwtnut sorrel, wth Maad fttee aad baa awMrtifal style and action. He is sired by Mark Haona 30M, A. S. H. ba by Lynn Boyd out of Ilalan B. 373. A. S. II. R. First dam by Aba Tuain ter. --'ml dan by Wasy. mm! 3rd daw UxiwrtON. PKSSTOUTbTS Irat dam by Jesse Cobb. a by Mark Dtamaad; 3ad dam by Raayaa. ba by OM Peavine St. sire of Um dm of Rox Fmtum, E4m Mm aad otbar ed animals. At Same Time and Place Will 5tanl Our Celebrated Mule Jack At $1 0.00 to Insure a Living Colt MAJOY HARRIS k a Waek jaek with white potato, oatppiuanafr )bbm foot and booe, splendid head and oars. This jak iswitbaat OMasptfcm the best mule jaek in Madison county, aad is a sre foal getter. Tbosa take our tt ho have seen his colts proBOuaee tnen sooond to bob a. Do word for abovd faels, but ask those who have seea aad aro aoaaaiatod wh Major Harris, and all will verify the statemeats made above. Money due when ooll is foaled, nare parted with or bred to aaothorbocso. Not responsible for aeeidents or eseapes, bat ovory proaawtiom will be takoa, to prevent same. Major Harris at M. B. ARBUCKLE' W. T. ADAMS taken by a low comedian, who sauntered on the stage at the wrong moment and uttered the famous words, "My lord, the duko ot Buckingham is taken," in the wrong place. Forrest clenched his fists in rage, but otherwise took no notico of the remark. Later on the comedian repeated tho words in the right place, and when the king expressed surprise at the news Catesby folded his arms, walked boldly down the stage, and remarked to the great actor In loud This story is told of Forrest, tho great tragedian: Forrest wa3 playing in "Richard in.," and the part of Catesby had to be The Display Men s of Spring Clothing Is Now At Its Best Men who select now have the advantage of choosing1 from an enormous stock, consisting of style and pattern that Antimen will favor. well-dressed tones: "I told you so before, Mr. Forrest but you wouldn't believe me." How China Lives. No natural resource is too trifling to be turned to account by the teeming population. The sea Is raked and strained for edible plunder. Seaweed and kelp .have. a. place in- the larder. Great quantities ot shell fish, no bigger than one's finger nail, are opened and made to yield a food that finds its way far Inland. Tho fungus that springs up in tho grass after a rain is eaten. Fried sweet potato vines furnish the poor man's table; The roadside ditches are balled out for the sake ot fishes no longer than one's finger. H. C. JAMES buy or sellyour bouse, farm town lots or any tbing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services areaneed- ed. "We represent iron bound reinsurance Companies member this. "Will I .1 West Main D Street nf fill U 11 tail Paper, Paints Oils &i& Class, fibres, Frases ud Mirrors Now Going On Sold You will look a good while before you better medicine for coughs and Cough colds than Chamberlain's Remedy. It not only gives relief it white diarrhoea, ronp, cholera cures. Try it when you have a cough No Excuse This Time. and other chick diseases. or cold, and you are certain to be pleased The Democratic wool bill of last year with tho prompt cure which ,ii will Bottle of One lm proposed a reduction of 50 per cent, in effect For sale by all dealers. tho tariff rates on wool, and It passed Home Made Maple Syrup. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. the Blouse by a vote ot 221 to 100. Tho We have for sale genuino home-mad- e nnnlirv raiser should keep a bottle oi same bill has again passed the House, maple syrup, absolutely pure. Call on medicine on band Wrilo for free sample thin or address iuuic nd riookict on uiscwcs oi cut. this time by a vote of 189 to 02. few drops In tho drlnklne water cipating a larger business than heretofore has spurred us on to greater efforts and we believe that our stocks are not only larger, but better than they have ever been. Give us an t opportunity to show you. If you will but make comparisons we believe that we will be favored with your patronage. CURES and PREVENTS GAPES find a J. T. FERRIELL W7EINVITE YOU to come and see. Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Bourbon Poultry Cure R0UHB31 REUEDT 50c Richmond, Ky h: e. doty, SURVEYOR Mens Suits $10 & $12.50 These prices appeal to the average man, and the garment themselves will appeal forcibly to the man who expects a great deal of style and quality for a moderate outlay of money. Unusual efforts have been made by us to secure the' very best suits at these prices. SpriBj's ohoicost novel-tl- a are hero. Beautiful colors, such as brown, gray, tan and popular blues; best weaves and the best patterns may be bad, and a perfect fit assured. COiifW, Uliogtgn, I). byPerry's ' Drug Store Mate vour home as modem for yonr family as & city ret Mr- - Farmer dence and place yonrisell in a position to get the latest market quotations a ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone eervire, woo you and yonr neighbor can get for a eum that is small compared with the ben ofite received. Call or address onr nearest office or write direct to headquarter Nashville. Tennessee, for information regarding our special 'Farmers 'Line rate If at present von are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediate anterestyon. Our lines cover the States ol Kentucky. Tennessee, MississipD Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Rural Telephones 31 c up I Warmth ami Health B. Juett & Son H K ML Cumberland Telephoned Telegraph Co., Incorporated Opera House Building DO Orders ONLY Yruir Out-of-Town? JOB PRINTING THE CLIMAX employs S OA o i m B t .( HOT WATER HEA.T ha proved best for" plant growth and most healthful for the home, It Trill pay you to iaTestlte. IOCAL fKsilw n 1 jfl I 1 1 U Eg and AMERICAN RatfMsri H H J. R. Peaofogtoa peatbt. Richmond, Ky, I K Kdrntood KMtifrfl S Ti P.'umbift-g Co. fl FIRST-CLAS- WORKMEN. nxt door to Government build When ho vetqed the bill laryear For a mild, easy action of the bowels, solicage of those its patron needing serPresident Taft gave as his reason the try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative vices of a competent mam Address, lm fact that the tariff board had not mado 25c at all stores. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. its report Now, in the light of the u. SVILTitVA-- N tariff board's report, tho Republicans of tho House proposo a wool bill calling DENTIST Attornkyat-LA', for a reduction of 40 per cent, in Schedule K, or just two per cent less than tho KENTUCKY, XtOHMOND, Lick, bill which the president vetoed. Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a jiflce over State Bank & Trust Co., The tariff board, therefore, vindicates Specialty. Court House, on Main Street. the Democratic position on wool, if such Office In Bank Building. vindication were necessary. The Democrats knew, long before the tariff board GREENLEAF & MERRtNGTON was created, that the wool rates were . Lawyers too high, and the President knew it Specialist also, for in his speech at Winona, Minn., Offlco in Douglas & Simmons' new In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE Payne-Aldric- h be characterized the Building on Second Street and THROAT wool tariff rate as indofcnsible. opp. Court Houso Richmond, Ey Oldham Bldg. As things now stand, neither the president1 nor tho high protectionists 4arry BUnton, will have any excuse for opposing the present bill, and it any of them do stand DENTIST Dtati in the way of its final passage, they will 0lai l MKaiIalB. convict themselves of trying to grant a special privilege, namely, the privilege OtftM i OMfcM KhIMihc of robbing th eeesumer, to the trust milltooair . skin treufek, pitet. For any itchi Hunt, silt rWM, hlvM, iiefe, mkt Services Reasonable h&d tharna. bom. Dom' OtetBMt HB a box at to klgbly iomraad4. PHONE. 83, or 481. all (tor. 3J-t- f A. D. & O. D. MilLsr. H. L PATRICK w Paint Kentucky Men's Suits $15 & $18 Garments that will appeal forcibly to the man who has been in the habit ot buying the highest-price- d olo thing. It would be folly on our part ta try and tell you how far above ordinary clothing these suits are. but it men who know, men who dress well, men who wear the best, will but come and see this great stock of splendid garments we are sure-- that raaay Let us show yon the faultless of them will become patrons of this store tailoring, the splendid patterns. Illustrate the perfect fit. Slip-on- s ite Dr M. Dunn H Dr, Rot. C. Boggs Garments that every man should have. A Raincoat is an absolute- - bom-sit- y. Thoy may be worn In dry weather as well as on rainy days, aBd whoa one considers these facts you can readily see the efieaemieal rosalts f; the purchase of a Raincoat. and Cravenetted Raincoats $450 to $1250 -- Exquisite 6pong Miflioety Our great Milllaery Dapattneat is f airly ta stylo aroatets fe tao eouatry. Mooat with baU JE&SE COBB, froat ta ffcra-Bte- ot General Auctioneering R Emmett MiBfcn Bo V. ELDER account of the late ON spring and inclement weather, we find ourselves overstocked. Our buyers bought heavy to obtain low prices. Our goods are new in style, low in price and too abundant in quantity. We are going to unload at PI m mrr rMm,mir' JI 1 HhJI I SB M I I gsUaB- I j" SA ll & The Mightiest Merchandise Event II ' - ,i f -- j tf-- -t H 11 Ever Held in Richmond A Great Sacrifice Take advantage of our misfortune ff ii i ij E. V. ELDER mil irr -i- l ii' JI -- " j'y m 'i l" Don't Fail to Attend This Sale Great Stock Reducing I it means a great Cash Saving to you Better Come Early New, exquisite, desirable Spring Goods right in the beginning of spring at prices rarely obtained in the late summer. More new goods are arriving daily. We have no help us place for them make room Exquisite Millinery we overloaded. After buying our regular amount, we were able to purchase a large number of imported samples at our own price. You will profit by being one of the many to assemble in our millinery department during this ridiculous In this department especially are 1U U dy bded Bargain Giving disposal of desirable Spring Starts Saturday, April 27 lODays Bed 5preads Very choice, white crochet, with or without corners, beautiful patterns, 1.50 values Have you bought your Lace Curtains, Table Linens, Carpets, Druggets, etc., for house cleaning? Have you bought your 5hoes, Slippers, Dry Goods, Trimmings and Millinery? If you have not you are indeed fortunate because we have procured the choice of all the great markets and now lay them at your disposal at ridiculous prices. Why? Because our buyers in their enthusiasm at being offered such exquisite goods at such unheard of prices couldn't quit buying, and now we have such an abundance of beautiful Spring Goods that we are compelled to either sell or build another store. WL ARE GOING TO SELL Remarkables Values in Rugs and Other Floor Coverings THAT WILL- - GIVE SPLENDID SERVICE There is no better time than now for selecting floor coverings. Assortments are large, sizes are complete, colorings and patterns are most attractive and the g gives you a chance to economize in the right way under-pricin- $1.15 "White crochet Bed-spreads, hemmed ready for use, choice designs regular 1.25 values Dress Goods at Pitiful Prices Beautiful, beautiful indeed, are our spring patterns in Dress Goods. Beauty that defies description, quality Special 12.50, 9x12 Brussels, now S.93 Other Di uggets up to 17.9S Fine white satin Bedspreads, large size, Tremendous disposal of Carpets. Mattings, Linoleums, fringed, with or with, Oil Cloths, Etc., and an endless variety of Small Ruo-- at 0 out corners, regular reduced prices s 98c Beautify Your Home This 5prin With a New Drugget 2.50 values $1.95 75c Sheets 15c Pillow LACE CURTAINS Very carefully selected stock of unmatchable Curtains. When you "spring clean" your house you want them and can afford to buy at these prices Curtains worth 75c a pair, now 29e Cuatains worth 1.00 a pair, now 59c Curtains worth 2.00 a pair, now Curtains worth 5.00 a pair, now 93c 2.98 70 inches wide, regular m - the imagination. Voiles, Marqusets, Flax-onLinens,, Poplins, Suitings, etc. in such abundance and at such prices you cannot s, that staggers competition and prices for 10 days that startles 62c Cases.. 12c afford to overlook Everything in the Entire Store Reduced jj - Petticoats Ladies' Black Sateen Petticoats made with deep flounce and ruffles, with hemstitching on flounce, bought especially for this sale; regular 1.25 values, now 74c fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats Ladies' 1.50, sale price Extra choice bleached Damask, 95c value, choice patterns, now .75c yard. Right in the beginning of the season, when everybody is thinking of buying a new suit, we are going to make quick work of our clothing, as we expect to do two months business in two weeks. Every suit shown by us in this sale represents the leading styles made by one of the foremost manufacturers in the United States. Every suit is beautifully tailored and made in the verv latest style, with good linings and We are going to sell them at such paices that you can certaily afford to buy two suits and anticipate for the future. Just look at the wonderful reduction we are making' on these suits: inter-linings. MEN'S CLOTHING We Q-T11 I , ?! deep flounce and ruffles, would be cheap at 9Sc . -- J j All $ 7.50 values now $4.98 AH 10.00 values now 7.98 9.98 All 12.50 values now An So? All All others reduced m proportion p!110! - 11 Every mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a littlo better than some one's else boy. Her wish can be gratified is she will come to thif sale. These suits are built to give the best wear, and aro made deselected material .50 Suits. 5.00 Suits 2.00 Suiu $0.03 3.08 1.4s S10.00 Suits. 3.50 Suits .. BOYS' SUITS i. S7.4S 2.4S Ladies' fine BJack Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, our regular price 2.00, now 1.24 Five dollar Black Silk Petticoats 3.24 Pah.. LkCall 4525-LAD- DEES3 Price, 15 cent JES Fine Huck Towels, 18x3G, white with red borders, never sold under loe, go at 8c . n aSil S7.50 Suits..5.9S 1.9S 2.50 Suits Nice clean, honest Spring Suits to be sold in 10 days. You, no doubt, have attended sales galore, but when if comes to legitimate merchandising nothing ever happened in Richmond that borders .on- - the magnitude of the showing of Strictly High Grade, Hand Tailored Suits that will be thrown upon the market in this sale. "We challenge competition in any part of Kentucky on the values! We show everything new fashionable stj'les and exclusive fashions Tremendous Stock of Spring Footwear Whj? Upon our soles half Madison county is walking. Because: $4.00 "Whito Buckskin Shoes, 10 button, sale price 82.93 " Slippers and Pumps, sale price $2.9S $1.00 " Othors in Tans, Volvets, Black Patent leather, Gun Metal, Velour Calf. Dull Chravel, etc., in pumps, straps, button and laco. Sizes 2 to 8, Lasts A to EE and ail at surprisingly low prices . Ladies' New Spring 5hirt Waists Here you'll find the biggest surprise of ,the sale. S1.50 and S2 Sample Shirt Waists Special Price S1.50R. &G. and Amer lean Beauty Corsets 51.24 S1.00 R. & G. and Amer- These waists are the latest style, nicely tailored and beauti- fully trimmed 98c Shoes, Hats, Caps, Neckwear, Shirts In fact prices on everything in our Men's and Boysf department has been cut ican Beauty Corsets, Other Ladies' Waists, 89, 68 and 48c 8D0 Summer Underwear at greatly reduced prices. Everything in Summer Uudervear for men, women and chiulren Extra Good Heavy Toweling at 4q yard Handkerchiefs Ladies' hemstitched, extra pood value 3o Ladies' hemstitched, 15c valuo Sc Extra values in gents plain and fancy kerchiefs E. V. MAIN STREET -- RICHMOND, KY tt if. WTieri You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Young M en Cannot Bel Correctly Fitted I Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date n Older Our showing of M Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. en's Suits BENNETT and HIGGINS UNDER AKINC WANTED !To who wears, we will say, a size thirty-si- x coat, cannot be correctly fitted in the same size designed for an older man. The young man is built on different lines; his figure has not filled out and assumed the older man's form; his proportions are not what, they will be a few years later; and, therefore, he requires clothing especially designed for men of his age We recognize this important fact, and buy young men's clothing from makers who specialize this class of manufacture, and who have become experts in their specialty twenty-fiv- e I The young fellow from nineteen to ACTIVE MAN W EACH LOCALITY Join this Society. Sick, accident, death benefits. And Introduce onr Memberships. All or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. Erery Member secured ciTes you a steady monthly Income. Experience not needed. Write Covington, Ky. for plans. Bor JI-29- 3, ! I LOCAL AND ss OTHRRWLSR Young Men's Spring and Summer Suits 8 was never finer; and comprises all the latest styles in Blue Serges, Figured Serges, fine Gray Worsteds and Cheviots, Hair Line Stripes, Brown and Tan effects and all the new color combinations of the day and hour And under our One Price system they are marked in plain figures at bed rock prices Young Men's Specialty Suits Headless Itetna Prepared for the Hurried Header. Take your wool to Gott and get the top price. 43.tf Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, tbn poultry man. 43-t- f Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy does the Eggs For Sale. cjs 13 Pure bred Rose Comb Brown Leghorn 15 for 75 cents. J. 241-- 4 B. Deatiiehage, Richmond, Ky. if Phone Grass Wanted. For a few cattle for the season. Ap- work. Wines' Drug Store. v-o- ply toThos. P. Mink, R.D. No. 2, Richmond, Ky., or Nelson P. Gay, Winchester, Ky. 44-3- L oeea Ky. r 30-t- f rn. good corn for sale. CHARLES II. JETT, Telephone 473, Richmond, Have a limited amoBntoi extra Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Sail At this season you should not be for SI.C0. Telephone 110. For 5ale. without a package of The People's 41-W. W Bboaddus & Co. Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. Seven-roodwelling in excellent re Do your corns hurt? Cure that old sore, cut or wound by Dr. Russell's pair, good water, largo garden, fruits. appJj ing The People's Antiseptic Heal- Corn Remedy. Try it. Apply to Miss K. V. Schmidt, Second ing Powders. Sokl by Richmond Drug 3G-Wines' Dnuo Stobe. 44-Street Millinery Store. 30-t- f Company. The small tomatoes in the windows of Ghosts Old corn S4.25 per bbL by the load. the fancy grocery stores look as if they were blushing at the price asked for are seen in broad day light. No mistake Send your order to about it. See what D. B. Shackelford them. tf Arnold & Simmons. & Co. say about it elsewhere in this Marriage is certainly a failure for the paper. For Sale Privately. Center, N.C , minister, who only receivDwelling of nine rooms with two ed twenty-fiv- e cents for joining five Supper and Candy Sale. of ground; good orchard, vine- couples. Pie supper and candy salo at Science yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, A Chicago woman whose chicken Hill school house Saturday, May 4th, smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first-clahouse was raided, published aD invita- for benefit of Sunday school. Everyrepair. My family being small, I desire to sell my home and buy a tion to the thieves to return and finish body invited. smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to up the job, and they accepted. Turley Sale. 33-t- f William Devore. German Millet, Sugar Cane and The sale of stock and farming imple "Wool" Deatherage desires to pur- PumpKin seed We have them Get ments of the late Green B. Turley, last chase your wool and will pay the high- our prices before buying. Thursday, was well attended and prices, Sewell & McKinnbt. tf est cash prices for same. taking everything into consideration, o stock owners use were very satisfactory. Hair! Hair! Veterinary Remedies. All medicine BIRTHS. Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair no filler. For salo by Stockton & Son, Work druggists,Richmond,Ky., Agents. pieces made from combings. at a reasonable price. Hair dressed in Hearty congratulations are being Make up your mind now that you are the latest style. I have in stook the going to vote for R, B. Terrill for re- showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Hale Dean newest designs in puffs and braids. I election. His record as a public servant over the arrival last week of a beautiful handle nothing but natural hair. has nover been eclipsed by any former little daughter. Mna. Maude Maceet Walked tf. official. Born on April 1, to the wife of Itobt. 20" West Main, Richmond, Ky. Marshall, of Terrill, a daughter, Kittle 40 tf Now is the time to have your screen Marshall. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone work done. Don't wait until the flies Dr. Charles F. Anderson tf get in. We do all kinds of fly screen and live stock insurance. Bablow & Dozieb, work. Nerve and Spine Specialist, Suite 510, 39-t- f 307 East Main street. Important Notice. City National Bank Buildinsr, Lexing ton, Ky. Hours 8 to 12 a. m., and 1 to announce to the public that I wish to When in need ol Blacksmithing in p. m. All diseases of tho nervous I am prepared to do stamping and any of its branches, Farming Implefurnish embroidery materials of all ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, system and atfections of the spine. kinds. I have secured the patterns and Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. Scientifically treated by new and scien 44-flosses of Mrs. Ruth ford Blanton and Miller, Union City. Ky. tf tific methods. trust I may receive a part of the generProf. Bridges Didn't Answer. ous patronage formerly given her. Can Don't be surprised if you have an Superintendent Bridges announced in be found at my home 004 W. Main street. attack of rheumatism this spring. Just Very respectfully, rub tho affected parts freely with chapel last week that he would give a 43-Mns. W. Edgab Blanton. Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon penny to the boy who would ask a lm question he could not answer. Several disappear. Sold by all dealers. E. Deatherage will buy your wool and tried unsuccessfully until one boy asked tf will pay the highest cash prices. It has long been a Democratic custom him: "Please, sir, if you stood up to county to give a second term your neck in soft mud and I threw a Our contributors and correspondents in Madison officials who perform their duty stone at your head, would you duck?" those will please remember to white on one to wellduring the first term of offlce.and you The question remained unanswered. side of the paper ONi.r, as it causes can make no mistake by deciding to cast An elegant shirt certainly adds greatly the compositor to ."speak out" when to a man's comfort Try a Manhattan. tf your vote for R. B. Terrill for written on both sides of the paper. to the offico of County Court Clerk. Rice & Aknold. His record is open for the closest inspectf Big Price For Cattle. tion. L. P. Yandell, of Boyle county, on Pay For Soldiers. We offer One Hundred Dollars Beirard for any Saturday, sold 79 head of fat cattlo to rue or Catarrh that cannot be cored DT Halls Arrangements aro being made by the Simon Well, of Lexington, at the record Catarrh Cure. F. J CHENET & CO.. Toledo. O. military department to send out checks price for Kentucky. The price for the We. the sndenlcned, hire known. F. J. Chaxr tor the last 15 year, and beDere him to soldiers who saw service during the entire bunch was $7.40 per hundred. perfectly honorable In all business transaction of Tho cattle will average about 1350 and financially able to carry out any cbUratlona night rider raids, tinder tho decision made bx his firm. Fat cattle are commanding the Court or Appeals holding that they Dounds. SAT BANK OF COJIilEBCE. Toledo, Ohio. can get more money than was at first high prices, but the honor of getting the TUn-Catarrh Core U taken Internally, acting additional pay will be sent highest price paid in Kentuchy in many directly upon the blood and mucous surfsm ot allowed. The the anteta. Teitlmonlali aent free. Price 75 to the soldiers during the next few days, years, goes to Mr. Yandell. Harrods- centa per bottle. Sold by all Dnucbts. l. says tho Frankfort burg Herald. Ttko nail' Faslly Pllla for constipation. tf tf es ss Cal-Sin43-C4t The People's 5tock Remedy Don't sell your wool until you consult All parties having claims against the E. Deatherage. He will pay you highestate of Mrs. Tomtnie Osborne, are re- est cash prices. tf quested to file same properly proven, as For sale, a gas stove, a combination required by law, on or before May 10, bookcase and a leather davenport. Ap1912, or same will be barred. ply at 118 Orchard street. A. J. House, 43-- 4 1. Ladies and children's shoes in white Executor. duck and canvas the newest shapes we Let us give you a bid on your house have them. painting, outside ot inside. Only best Rice & Arnold material used. Workmanship guaranCome to Owen McKee, Richmond teed, Barlow & Dozieb, Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others 30" East Main street. do and why not you. tf tf Notice to Creditors. . $10.00, 12.50, 14.00, 15.00, 16.50, 17.00, $18.00 L COVINGTON and BAN Appointed Delegate. Searcy, of Waco, has been appointed by Governor McGreary to represent tho Stato of Kentucky at the National Convention of Charities and Correction, to bo held at Cleveland, O., G. L. non. 'Greater Love Hath No Man a man lay Than Tills-t- hat down his Hie" For Womanhood. ll Tho dreadful calamity which the Titanic, in which sixteen hundred lives wero sacrificed, stand y without a parallol in the anCourage, the nals of seas disasters. test of manhood; defense, tho test of tho test of friendship: love, and death, tho test of loyalty, wero all exemplified when tho powerful ship of tho Whlto Star Line sank tc tho bottom of tho Atlantic. Seven hundred and some souls were saved from the cruel waves, mostly women and children, and those testify to the courage and of tho noble men who shouted, when the steamer was known to be lost, the command: "Women and children first." These orders were obeyed and as a result practically all of the women and children survive. Those beneath the women who sleep y icy waters of tho Atlantic do so as matter of devoting and loyalty to loved ones whom they would not desert; having shared the joys of life together sought death in its cruel form rather than separation. Mr. and Mrs. Straus, with arms about each other, waiting the end they had chosen to meet as they had lived together; Col. Astor, who, just a short while ago, was tho object of bitter denupication, assisting women and children and bravely cheering them, quietly waiting thoenevitable; Major Butt, American soldier.resolute.calm and deliberate, faced death with a smile that those of tho weaker sex should not perish, and gavo his own life as a chivalrous act for tho women and children of tho Titanic. Many others of the foundered stoamer displayed tho same stoicism and deserve to the reverence and admiration which every truo man should bow. Whatever tho cause of tho disaster bo it said in behalf of those who chooso death preferablo to jeopardizing the avenues of escape for women and children, that the memory of their chivalry will be recorded on the pages of history and coming generations will learn a lesson of devotion that will bo incaland culable to the uplift and manhood of tho entire world. Those who sought places of safety, regardless of tho women and children, will reap tho denunciation which theydeservo.and their memories, unlike those heroos above, will fade, and the fingers of scorn will follow them through life-an- d in the end death will take from forms which publio view tho roamed tho earth in the shape of man. Peace to the mom.ory of those gallant men whose pillow is the frozen depths of the Atlantic, yet the heart beats of every American citizen is a pulsation ot love and devotion to the loyalty of theso heroes, whoso sacrifice will live to emblazon pages in history and appear on the everlasting, scroll. bo-foe, ill-fatto-da- Deaths Mrs. Joo Grimes, aged about thirty- five years, died Thursday at her home, Art Exhibition Proved A Success. The art exhibition at tho Caldwell High School from April IS to 20, proved a succoss in every way. The pictures on exhibition wero beautiful copies of the great paintings of the world, the musical and literary programs wero car ried out.tho display of the manual training department of the Caldwell High School was most creditable, and a handsome sum was realized from paid admissions and private donations. Enough money was obtained to purchase a good picture and frame for each of the rooms. and five largo pictures for the chapel, all costing moro than one hundred dollars. Besides many contributions of small amounts, the following donations were made by tho citizens and business firms of tho city: $G Oil The Climax The Register 0 00 The Woman's Club 5 00 The State Bank & Trust Co 5 00 The Citizens National Bank 1 00 Oldham &'Lackey,2 picture frames Li. Winging, 1 picture frame Bennett & Higgins.l picture framo W. F. Higgins, 1 picture frame B. J. Juett & Son, 1 picture frame 1 00 H. L. Perry Drugstore B. L. Middleton Drug Sloro 1 00 1 00 Stockton & Son Drug Store 1 00 Wines fc bon Druz Store 1 00 Richmond Drug Co D. B. Shackelford & Co 1 00 Douglas. Simmons & Deatherage.. 1 00 Joe Oldham, of Taylor & Oldham 1 00 Sewell & McKinney, Grocers 1 00 uovington. Thorpe Co lU D. B McKinney 1 00 E. V. Elder Dry Goods 1 00 Allen Zaring, Zaring Milling Co... 1 00 Murray Smith 1 00 The Caldwell High School Faculty C 00 Caldwell High School Alumni 0 00 The school was also the recepient of a beautiful cast, the bust of Edgar Allen Poe, by Zolnay, the gift of former Mayor C. E. Woods, of DeLand, Florida. A well dressed man wears a good hat If you want the best wear a Stetson. Rice & Arnold 25-27- Eastern Notes. Louisville'Jaae The headquarters of Easier State Normal will be opened in Loais vine Hotel. All siudeats and foraier students, faculty and friends will have a great reunion here. Dr. Craboe has been invited to open the eevetio wit an address on the theme 'The Taaehar and the State." . K. E. A., will be hekl in Our State Educational Association. the Poultry Fanciers to Meet in This City. A ateeiing has bean callatt by ih poaHry fanciers of this city. U be hr.a in the oMtco of lave Blao Grass Ken Rotate Co.. at Is o'eloek on Ttiarsda May3. The abject ol lausmseting it to reorganise and eleet esnears far tho en sains; yaar, and to make paepnraliom for the aaaaal ponliry exhibition in ih s sity next Deoeasber. The gasat sacct s of Um poaltry show hate last fall h been an iaconlivo to those huasaatsd w make greater efforts to acliasa, ta ever way, the splendid disnJay af tho tin. annnal Madison Coaatry Poaltry Show Members of the association sand all in teroaled in ponliry, ah said sank a sacn ftee, if nocaoiary. 1st attend Mm aboe mooting. June 12-1- 0. Democratic State Convention May 29. The Srato Executive Committeo met in Louisvillo Saturday and called a a Stato convention for Wednesday, May 29, at Louisville. Mass conventions will bo held May 25 in all counties except in cities of first and scconl class, where precinct conventions will bo held. Madison County Assessment Remains. The Board of Equalization, Wednesday passed on tho counties of tho Fifth Appellate District and accepted the assessments in the following counties: Madison, Boyle, Fayoto, Franklin, Garrard, Jackson, Jessamine, Lincoln, Mercer, Rockcastle, Trimble, Woodford, Letcher, Martin and Perry. near Edenton, after a short illness. Deceased is survived by a husband and three children, the youngest only a few Mrs. Grimes was a very days old. popular and lovable woman and her funeral services were attended by a largo concourse of friends and loved ones, the procession to the grave being pronounced by those present to have been the largest ever seen in that part of the county. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Green Stocker, after which her remains wero laid to rest in the family graveyard, near Edenton. At the hour of going to press news reached Richmond of the death in Lexington of Mrs. William McCord, who passed away suddenly of paralysis in that city Tuesday morning. Her death comes as a great shook to relatives and friends in this city and county, especially so, since her venerable husband died only a fow months ago and the wound caused by his taking away is still fresh in the hearts of loved ones. Mrs. McCord was seventy-seve- n years of age and is well remembered in this county, where she formerly resided. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Alice Tribble and Mr. Sam Phelps, of this county, and is survived by the following children: Evan S. McCord. of Seattle, Wash., John, Edward and William McCord, of this county, David McCord, and Mrs. Wm. Taylor, of Lexington. Her interment will take place in Richmond Cemetery tomorrow. Mr. Wallace Hutchins died last Sun day at his liome at Normal, 111. He had been in poor health for some time, but was confined to his bed only one day. Mr. Hutchins is well known here, where ho lived until about five years ago. Besides his wife, who was Miss Mary Coffey, of this city, and three children, of Normal, 111., he leaves his mother, Mrs. Delila Hutchins, of this city, and four brothers. The remains were laid to rest Saturday afternoon at Normal, HI. Of Meningitis on Saturday, April 20, at the home of her grandfather, Mr. Nick White in this city, Lucy Beryl McDonald, aged 21 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McDonald. Funeral Will Celebrate Anniversary. Madison Lodge I. O. O. F. will celebrate next Monday evening the sixty-nint- h anniversary of the order in this city. The exercises will be held in their lodge room on East Main street and addresses will bo made by the following speakers: Supt, John Noland, Judgo H. C. Rice, Messers. Jesse Cobb, O. O. Wallace, B. Juett, and Mrs A. T. Million. Judge N. B. Turpin will read a history of Madison Lodgo. Every member of the lodge is earnestly requested to bo present on this occasion' Supper will be served under the auspices of Rebecca Lodge. National Honors. Dr. Crabbe.Presidont of State Normal, has been signally honored by being placed on the program of the Normal School Department of tho National Educational Association. He will speak on "Securing and Maintaining Efficiency in the Teaching Force of a Normal School." Tho annual meeting is to bo held in Chicago, July Thousands of the leading educators of all the States of the United States, will gather in this great convention. President Crabbo is also president of tho Normal School Department of the Southern Educational Association and is now preparing a great program for his department. This association covers all the Southern States. This year the convention will be held in Louisville, Nov ember 2. 28-3- How's This? a services were held Sunday afternoon by Eld. G. W. Crutchfield, thence her burial in the Richmond cemetery. On Sunday, April 14, Mary Anderson, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson of this city. Burial toolcplace in the Richmond cemetery. Of pneumonia in this city, Friday, April 12, James Roberts, Jr., infant son of James Roberts and wife. Burial took News-Journa- No Extra Session To Enact Presidential Primary Law Chances for an extra session of the Legislature to amend the State primary law so as to provide for presidential preference primaries at the expense of the Stale are very remote Gov. McGreary said that ho had not boon requested by anybody to call an extra session for this purpose, and that he had not considered It is believed to be anv such action. reasonably certain that there will not be an extra session as there Is hardly time enough to have a session of tho Legisla ture, amend the law, and then hold a presidential preforenco primary before the national convention Is held in Haiti more. Unless it can bo held at the of the Stato.it is believed no prim ary will be held, as the candidates prob ably would not bo willing to bear the eiDonse of a primary, costing, as it would, more than 25,000. The leaders of the Wilson forces In Kentucky hays talked of a primary, and OUie M.Jam, for the Clark forces, has expressed a willingness to hold a primary to select the delegates to the National Deate- At the recent nraiie Convention. cioa, tfe Bense refused to put into tan primary bill a section providing pre ferenoe primaries, and it Vs believed that it wouM'tM difficult, If possible, to pass a. law DUUinar the seMcuon ot prestdea- tial delegates under th operation of tat .primary law. Big Jew Fish. The Fire Is Out After ConsiMing Oar Entire Plant 325 A mammoth jew fish, pounds weight, nearly sevon feet long, and with girth nearly fivo foot, was awfStwk We desire to thank our friends for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that wc are filling all orders that were on our books and preparing to accept new ones which shall be handled as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. Please See Us Before Pladig Your We have caught last week at Coronado Beach, this county, by John Harris, of Richmond, Ky, Waltor Harris, Nicholas-ville,Ky- .t Charles Slavin, Columbus, O., and Mr. Gray, of Coronado. Con Taylor, of Richmond, Ky.. bossed tho job and-tooa picture of the brute. Con is another fellow whosp fish stories won't be believed without a photographic wit ness. The DeLand (F la.) Hegtster. place April 15 near Paint Lick. ter of Mr. and On Friday, April 12, the infant daugh Mrs. Geo. Fowler of this The first day of May will be Hospitality Day at Eastern. Oa that day tho school wishes to entertain its interested friends aad and demonstrate to them the quality of work that, is being done there. The program will begin at 8:30 a. hi. and continue through the day and evening. There will be by the various grades and departments, music by the ohoras ehtb and a May-pol- e daaee. The feature of the day will be the ptenie dinner served to all on the grounds, if the weather be propitious and in the gymnasium if it be cohl or rainy. A cordial invitation is hereby issued to everybody who is interested in the sohool, both patrons aad friends, to come with the ehiMrea aad spend tho day with us. Those destrinc to bring baskets are privileged to do so, but this is not neeessary as the sehool will be prepared to serve everybody wh may come. At 3:30 the Bastera Ball team will line up against the Millers-bur- g Military Institute. Both teaawar. playing splendid ball this season and an. i excellent game is aasured. Ralph Parlette, the Orator of Good Cheer, will speak at the shape) on Thursday evening." May 2, at 8 o'eloek The subject will bo "Pookets and Para dises." In this lecture the richest man in tho world tells what he owns and how he got it. Mr. Parlette is a man with a message. The public is cordially invit ed to attend. Mr. Parlette is fully up, to tne standard of oar regular lecture course. The number is free, complimentary in honor of our visiting superinBase Ball Season Opens tendents' Next Wednesday. Take your wool to E. Deatherage and The first gamo of the Blue Grass get the highest prices. tf Base Ball League will be played at Pioneer Park next Wednesday afternoon. -Great preparations are being mado for the occasion when tho Pioneers will cross bats with the swift aggregation of , n ma t? I men ua ... women I balltossers from Frankfort. Governor Single pair 35c Regular 50c quafitr 1 sup McCreary has signified his intention to dollar bdl in an envelope. utunjr o ana color deaired, and we be present on that day and will possibly will mail you poatage prepaid three pitch the first ball of tho season. The pair or guaranteed aiUc hoa. largest crowd sinco the organization of Direct from New York's the base ball association is expected to Moat exclusive hnportei be present and root for the home team. Practice work has been somewhat J. Brasfield & CO. on the account of the continued 1 Madison Ave. New York A poata will brine rar illuitratni catalotve rains, but Richmond boys have had con(Waraacc-Co- n ExcHaag Bank. Naw York siderable work and will be in good condition by the date set lor the opening 44 1: game. Let every body put aside busi ness for a few hours and attend the gamo on May 1. The schedule for the league was released by President Neal, on Monday and will be published in these colums next week, space forbid ding its reproduction in this issuo. well-wishe- rs Oratorical Contest The third annnal oratorical anion : 4 PwhiaiSssn alaooc ia the tiea of KanUMky. was hold ax the NForinal Cnaaol, this city. Taos day eic K. K. Onaaard, raptsoonrmg niag. Berea CeKoga, was awarded trst pru- of 368. His subject was, "Tho Problem of ProMaeai." Second arias of 310 wa given to 1L B. Wilboite, represent College: subject. "The petaity of Oar Social Foundation." Ior-Colfcgfe- Pt OPERA 1 iuuoi Thursday, Friday and Saturday. THE GREAT Mona and Company PRESENTING "Mental Mystery" AND 3 SILK HOSE C PAIR OF $ J 00 Tabloid Musical Comedy. A Beauty Onaras. Best A Singing Ghertas, A Saneta? Ohoras, vandewlHe. la NO pictures. Usal ran el 3 Lower Floor 20c 10c Ralconv J city. Burial took place in the Rich mond cemetery. Judge Sullivan's Views. Under the above caption, the Frank says: "Judgo Jere fort News-JournA. Sulllvan,of Richmond, after a couple of days' stay in Louisville, came to Frankfort yesterday. When asked his preference in the Democratic presidential race, Judge Sullivan replied that he started out for Gov. Wilson, then took on Gov. Harmon, and had. finally come to the conclusion that Speaker Champ Clark was the most available candidate the Democrats could put up to weld tor gether'aU the staRaats of the party. He said, however, that he was sot yeS Ir revocably committed to the Clark candi dacy. Jasge Sullivan has jast returned from a three weaks stay k New York. Ha said fee tmmi Democratic saatiatsot there fer Hatwm first, Uadervaasl Bocosri, astd Ctas third. Ha aaid found the lopablioans to whom e lack ed, almost solidly arrayed against Busas Ask Perry! For the paint you want tou? a during Spriii&hQaSe' cleaning. There are mar jy KtUe things you will want to brighten up. Thf is porch furniture to be brighened up or the m iboard, periaps .fee leg of a chair ought to be ret owefied, or ma.ybea flower box or some other small article. Itffs these little things that help make J home bright and pleasing in appearance. T f iave the paint you ned for every job. Large. small cans all colors also varnish, stains, : : paint remover. Immense Sale. Mr. W. P. Higgins, who advertised in opW n trier Elsewhere oppose our old plant m The Climax a special of rockinj chairs for last Saturday informs us that he the JIAtt office Tobacco Wmrehoase Incorporated WW Near L. & A. Depot Telephone 425 sold every chair and could have sold many teore, had he anticipated such a dteBMt&d. Ha provided for the occasion what he thought to be a large stock, but his ndvsrtiasment in these columns had be read by feeuMkMpers of Madi son and they took advantage ot ttie re- ! dtMMKl and wirehased his entire task of fifty chain. Mr. Higghw aaiiaan in these column waekly and many, bajgainj are offered in the furniture una. If you like a good blue serge suit at a The Madison County Humane So reasonable price, come to us we have ciety held their annual meeting Monday other also price $10.00. evening at the Court House and elected Rice & Arnold Those officers for the ensuing year. who will serve this worthy came for Teachers Selected. next twelve months are: President, R G. Vice President, At a meeting of the Board of Educa- R. Biirnaa, Smith; Seeoad "Vise President, tion Monday evening the faculty of 3u-rrafor Rev. G.- - W. CratehfWd; Third Vice Caldwell High School was- faculty! Freskleat, Miss Sallie Saaekalferd year. The sa the next school from Superintedeat Bridges awi, wiil Treasurer, L. P. Uveas; Eiseative See fol- The eerps retary, Miss Fanafe Walls. serve the publio for 1812 13. of teachers at Unlaw ell is net to be ex lewioc eosspesa the board, of directors: celled in any public sefcool tn Kentucky Bar. E. B. Barnes, Mrs. B. L. Bants, or elsewhere, and the patrons of this Ctaada Davore. thm MaaHetm Hbbm school willba grained to learn el "the Society Is doing a good wortr aad asssi'ss of selection of the present faculty for the hearty support ai n all qsireitixens. anotheryear. y Humane Society Elects Officers. ia Ts Perry's Drug Store telt" J.S STANIFER Your Spring rjiiiiaujrsiEii Young men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of 5uits. For Fit, Style, Wear and Quality none is our equal WAR WAGED ON INDIGESTION " J. B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb Home-Makin- America's Most Prevalent Disease to be FoiightWith New Medicine Called Digestif. Perry's Drug 5tore to Supply Without Cost a Limited Number of. Full Size Packages DIGESTIT is a harmless medicine absoIf you who know the distress symp have to tako anybody's word for it toms in Indigestion, who exporicnco the prove its merit by trying it yoursolf. lutely free from poisonous or habit formmany discomforts of upset stomachs, Perry's drug store will furnish a full ing drugs It digests food in a natural were assured beyond a doubt if you size package without cost to a limited way and supplies nutrimont io tho positively your druggists could number of people. know supply a remedy that would relieve you This liboral offer is mado to show you instantly and cure you permanently, beyond a question of doubt tho wonderyou would get a package quick, wouldn't ful merit of DIGESTIT. If you aro a you? victim you can not afford to miss this There Is such a remedy it is called opportunity to get reljof. Go to Perry's as it will DIGEST1T and can be had from all drugstoroandgetapackaco s drug stores. You do not bo furnished only to a limited number. first-clas- Spring is the Season of For everything and everybody. and will interest both buyers and sellers. g Our lists of desirable real estate should To the former we can offer a number of fine building sites and lots; also many beautiful and attractive houses of various styles and sizes for sale at most liberal terms. with us, as our class of clients is very large and select Those with property for sale will find it greatly to their advantage' to list them Suit Never before have the as sortments been so complete. Our racks are brimming over with all the new styles famished bsdy. Drug stores throughout the country have been supplied with this remarkable medicine and aro authorized to sell it at 50c a package with tho distinct understanding that your money will be refund ed if you uro not pleased with results. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Long Distance Telephone GiMain!ireetnfi Richmond, Ky VERIFY IT Advertised Letters. Extravagance. A Tennessee savings bank has issued a leaflet that is of interest to most overybody for it treats of extravagance. The name of tho institution will not be mentioned, for this is not an advertise ment, but a suggestion to tako a think and when tho thought takes tho shapo of belief that the figures are impossibilities, it will be well to read the itoms over again and as tho bank gives them in this: "Tho American people are spending every year for candy, jewelry, automo biles, tobacco and intoxicating drinks approximately 32,500,000,000." They're the very style you want We show them in medium and dark Norfolk Suits shades We promise you the greatest value in all the land Our suits are now going, so come early that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Footwear We are leaders in WearWell5hoe for Men" $4.00 Special" at $3 things that the ladies wantWhite Buck, d Suede, "Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that are guaranteed to fit. agency tor women. We have me sole agency ior Kice oi nuicnms lamous Educator Shoes. We carry them in White Buck and Canvas 5il-Ki- 'The Always and "Royal List of letters remaining in tho RichAl- mond, Ky., postoflico for tho week The Proof is in Richmond April 1G: most at Your Door. Atlantic Vinegar Co. Baker Ella Miss Tho public statement of a Richmond Barnelt H. P. Mr. citizen is in itself strong proof for RichBureau of Credits mond people, but confirmation strengClay A. L. Miss thens the evidence. Chenault Mattio Mrs. Hero Is a Richmond citizen who testiCox Mollio Mrs. fied years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills Coffey Mary Mrs. relieved weak kidneys and now states Ewton J. II. Mr. the result was permanent. Can any sufElmoro Ballard Mr. ferer from kidney ills ask better proof? Gregory R. S. Mr. You can investigate. The case is right Grinos James Mr. at home. Harris John Mr. St., Mollio Powers, 209 Ilallie-lrvi- ne Heachday L. B. Richmond, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Kikye Nettie Mrs. Pills certainly aro good and I gladly con Moore Ike Mr. firm tho testimonial I gave in 1903 reNew by Coy commending them. They cured me of a Planck John Mr. severe case of kidney trouble. I sufferPerkins W. IT. Mrs. ed almost constantly for seven years Tussey T. O. Mr. from kidney troublo and could not get Tye Monio Mrs. any relief until I procured a box of Walker Arthur Doan's Kidney Pills at Middelton's Drug Wricht Tony Mr. Store. This remedy quickly corrected In calling for tho abovo letters, plcaso my troublo and it has never roturned." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. say "advertised." Foster-Milbu- rn Co., Buffalo, New York, C. C. Wallace, P. M. sole agonts fbr the United States. Remember the name Doan's and VICTIMS take no other. lm FEEDING For Producion of Eggs This is ono very essential point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they aro supplied with the material from whiohJEggs aro made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds in her feed, ami unloss she is given tho proper TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the Wo will furnish you tho best awnings and put them up at lowest prices. Baulow& Doziek. 39-t- f 307 East Main street. For rhoumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try it and sco how quickly it gives roller, r or salo by all dealers. lm Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us beforo buying, The People's veins with rich red blood. Poultry Remedy carries within itself overy ingredient necessary for the Production of Pure, Kich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping Uib CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength and flesh quicker than anything else. ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- 16 tt Arxold & Simmons. TO PILE BOB WALKER Will havo threo great Stallions Stable for the Season of 1912. Vote for R. B. Terrill for to the ofQco of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his present administration. tf at his RICHMOND PRTJq CO. jjj Treat The Inward Cause If You Want A Cure. Is piles a skin disease? No, it is a stagnation of blood circula tiona swelling of blood vessels. Why expect a cure from annlications outside? The treatment should attack the cause Dr. Leonhardt's HEM-ROI(sugar-coate- d tablets) is taken inwardly; it restores circulation, rids vou of nllos for good. Sold by B. L. Middelton and all druggists. SI for 21 days' supply, satisfac tion guaranteed. Dr. Leonhardt Co.. Station B, Buffalo. N. Y. D THE EFFECTIVE, LAXATIVE Why Not Build a Home ThisjYear And let 1912 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experience in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come in and let s figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber & & & that go into a building Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Todd-Edward- Tastes Like And Is Eaten Like Candy. In our experience in tho handling of drugs and medicines, wo believo we have never had experience with any Remedy that gave such great satisfaction to our customers as do Rexall Orderlies. This Remedy is not liko any other laxative or cathartic. It contains all tho good features of other laxatives, but none of their faults. Our own faith in Rexall Orderlies is so strong that we offer them to you with our own positive personal guarantee, that if they do not thoroughly satisfy you, you only need tell us and wo will hand back to you every penny you paid us for them. Therefore, in trying them upon our recommendation you take no risk whatever. Rexall Orderlies taste liko and are eaten liko candy. They do not gripe, cause nausea, excessive looseness, or any other annoyance. They act so easily that they may be taken at any time, day or night. They are particularly good for children, aged, or delicate persons. They are put up in convenient tablets in three sizes of packages. Prices, 10c, 25c, and 50c. Remember, Rexall Remedies can bo obtainod in this community only at our store Perry's Drug Store. Thos. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst Home Insuranco Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Race record 2:20 1, by the great Arion Also two largo rooms for fivo or six. 2:07 out. of Madgo Fullerton 2:21. with two small ones adjoining, porch Great brood mare list feo $25.00 living and cellar accommodations with the colt. abovo. Mus. Claiia TitAVLon, 019 N. Second St 3-1- -1, ?.9-t- f. Board and Lodging LORD RION 52777 MARK HANNA 44 When you know of any marriages, births, deaths, aooidents, sales of land. crop or slock, ohuroh nows or lodge news, pleaso telephone or write TnE Climax, so that wo can inform people in othor parts of tho country. Wo want oloan news of every kind from ovory locality. tf (Better kno.vn as the Jake Herndon horso) Registered saddle stallion by Lynn Boyd 90. Dam Ilelen B. 373 by Abo Van Motor. Helen B. is also the dam of a gelding that sold for 81750.00. Mark Ilanna has proven to bo tho best breeder of saddlo and business horses that evor stood in Madison county. Feo $15.00 for a living colt. Building Time Will CLLO Tho greatost Spotted Pony Stud alive. His colts that are coming this spring aro a grand lot. Fee $12.00 for a living colt. TAYLOR & OLDHAM Want to show every farmer in Madison county the Best Chilled Plow on Earth s Corner Orchard and Main-s- t Phone 100 Lumber Go. TIRED RUH-DOW- ROBT. WALKER lD-- Richmond, Kentucky soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. work guaranteed. All orders left at this office will reach me 11 RICHMOND. KY The Win. J. Oliver Improved Chilled Plow "The Dandy" We Carry a Complete Line of H PEOPLE Also the Best Disc Harrow Builders Hardware, Regal I Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 A North 'Carolina Man Suggests a Remedy MiaKitieBfruji. Budoown. ICy.. sayc "I Kw ned Rrape 4-- 1 1 -- 4 for yaa udtliiilit lie best poster remedy Bade. 1 1 corn gipauutfmbenKckw&oatful raCooGK.Brdtoni. Ky . uri: "One drop ai Recipe 4-- 1 44 dropped down ilw bill of a sipuig ciacU klktbe wcra and recall chick 1 csttntlr. IliitliebetpreratieIhareeYeriued." Hffl. and Guaranteed by J. Eobt Crome, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecK, Roup, Canker, croEv Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry SOLO BY STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Greensboro, N. C. ''For a long time I was so run down and debill tated that I could hardly drag around My appetite vras poor and I could not sleep nights. I had tried different so- called tonics without benefit I was advised to try your cod liver and iron tonic Vinol, and I am so glad I did, for it gave me a hearty appetite, I soon commenced to sleep soundly. and I feel strong, well and more ac tive than I have for years. Every run down or debilitated person should Just give Vinol a trial." K. Allsbrook. "What Vinol did for Mr. Allsbrook or It will do for every weak, debilitated person in this vicinity. To show our faith we will furnish tho medicine free if it does not do as wo claim. Come in and get a bottio .on run-dow- n Queen Cast and Model :::::: Tl 5teel Ranges Taxes Due. Your taxes for tho year 1911 are now Come in my hands for collection. in early and avoid the rush, as well as saving the penalty, by prompt payment, D. A. McCohd. Sheriff. 8-- tf Jeff Stone Why rsjiows a ine nan wno ir 1 . 71 Good Thing W. L. LEEDS Painter and Decorator Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Pay Fiva Timis More for a Roof than You need to? ZEMO FOR YOUR 5K1N Eczema, Pimples, Rash And AH FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves Ii these terms. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Richmond, Ky it tight when he finds it, always comes to Rice! for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious steak. Thero is no disappointment in the meal that is ordered bere. It always gives satisfaction and dellgbt to our patrons because we buy the choicest and havo it cookod to suit th bonviant and the dainty appetite of the ladies who come to Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Novel'Colorings : Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished 5atisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME You Don't Have To Attend To It Now. The Climax: solicits tho horso and jack cards for the season of 1012. "We have alK'arieties of fine cuts and can suit your taste, no matter what you may desire In this line of printing. Oar prices will please you and wo guarantee satisfactory work in every instance. Come in and leave your order before the rush begins. Skin Afflictions Quickly Healed. 3S-- riccts Mm Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York TELEPHONE 3 Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from Why He Was Late. D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney E. Main Street "What made you so late?" "I met Smithson." "Well, that is no reason whv von Successor to Tate & Son should bo an hour late getting home to if you see me before buying "I know, but I asked him how he was feeling, and ho insisted on telling me about his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamber lain s xaoieisr sure, that is what he needs." Sold uy an aeaiers. im A woman who read 0,000 novels in thirty-fou- r years, has died. Can you blame her? No matter what the trouble, eczema, chafing, pimples, salt rheum, Zemo instantly stops irritation. The cure comes quick. Sinks right in, leaving no trace. Zemo is a vanishing liquid. Your skin fairly revels with delight the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest thing on earth for dandruff. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Mediciue Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is sold by all druggists at SI a bottle. But to pro ire to you its wonderful value it is not put up in liberal size trial bottles at only 25 cents and is guaran teed to do the work or your money back, Sold at Perry's Drug Store. C Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildings. . Kant water seams. H, Your Dealer can Leak Kleets absolutely insure furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. Buy An IHC Spreader From Your Local Dealer ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, Bad Laws. According to tho present law Clark county pays nothing toward maintain ing tho street or pikes within the city limits of Winchester, altho the city is a heavy payer toward county taxes. Not withstanding this fact the town people are taxed additionally a sum sufficient to maintain ail roads in the town used for public travel. The county should pay a reasonable percentage of the cost of maintaining the highways in the city. because the city pays taxes on over five million dollars, counting poll tax a pro rata of which goes to maintaining the highways outside the city limits. The next Senator from this district and the representative from Clark will be asked to offer a bill, whereby a law may be passed distributing tho funds justly. Winchester Domocrat. Sold 39-- toy Todd-Edwar- ds RICHMOND, KY Lumber Co SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN The Imperial Double Disc Harrow Sunday, MAY 5, 19 12 on every farm. Every live farmer has asked himself Which spreader is best?" "Why is it best?" and, "Where can jl Duy tnat spreaderf" The answer to these questions is buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. The fertility of your soil de- penas as mucn on proper distribution as on the manure itself. question once for all. Seethe local dealer and buy an BEYOND doubt agood is a necessity SPRING STYLES Man-Tailored Made-to-Measu- re Settle the manure spreader Suits, Coats, Dresses Samples shown and measures taken by $1.50 Round Trip $1.50 Round Trip IHC SPECIAL TRAIN DEAFNESS CURED When Caused By Catarrh. Lvs.NlCHOLASVILLE 6:44 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cloverleaf Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 SecondSt. Richmond I ! : : Ky. 410. If you havo ringing noises in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way from tho nose to the ears through the tubos. Many cases of deafness caused bv catarrh have boon cured by bre&thine UiOXEl. It reaches the inflamed membrane, haals the soreness and banishes catarrh, which i th-- cause of most deafness. F. C. Vanaman, railroad eoedtteier e Bln hamton, N, Y., write that cured of dfcew after had failed. HYOMEI (pronounce it Hixk-o-ne- ) k guaranteed to cure eattrrk, ewgfce, eeldc, Mthma, ereup, and tfereai. or Biooey baek. Oompleia outfit wit inhaler Sxlr brtttes 00 oaae. Sold by B, It. Middelton thnterprt.inf pharmacist, and araggtet everywhere. Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng add Feathers that you bring. we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. ' Bring what you have "We The forward sections cut the ground and throw it outward. The rear sections work It again and'throwdtiback to iu ripinal position. The ground is leveled and pulverized and left in perfect condition for seeding. ' Onco orer the field with an Imperial Double Disc does as much work as twice ovtc with a Single Disc, and does' it ' more thoroughly. The time and expense of discing is reduced An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven foot cut is generally used with thie horses. An Imperial Double Disc of the same width of cat requires only four. The saving of horse power k accomplished: First, by the form of the machine. The donble action of the the two harrows, one attached to immediately following the other, requires much 1m than the power of two separate harrows. BecoBd, byth shape ei the blades. The scalloped blades, though better jmlverizers tbaa solid blades, have leec bearisg service agaiaf t the surface they jnove a ad consequently fetvc Um draft. one-hal-f. hr struction and explain why it is good. When you buy your spreader from him, he will set it up for 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. Buy aa IHC spreader from your local dealer that is the beginning of the most profitable farmingr. CMin Til. frfl nf VM -- The IHC local dealer will show you good spreader con- Also beautiful line of Suitings, Serges and Mohairs by the yard. Phone Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense "but w had beauty enough to make ner-se- lf highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in awong the customers at (Incorporated) al tfekliu h'M I HAVE FOR SALE THE BraCCS fbr leOCC.r Water Tanlre M eMf Repairs tor all kinds of Machinery. IMC USA I Bt . hir,-u tv)Muw mm j n htm Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage m obtainable on better farmln. If km ny worthr questioni concen)lBo..eoSI tawi drlnae. Irritation, fertltw. 5Ei inquiries spl6cand m4 kmm Kiw?SI OJc-f- u r 1. tn all 1 t . . i Ir-- L .. .. M. WIDES RICHMOND Phone 363 SA "' Hrv",, Lackey & Todd The Home Telephone 62 off .KENTUCKY Low Prices arid 5ouare Dealm Orr TWu Build mr