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RICHMOND CLIMAX 33th YEAR Weak Wheat-Ho- it RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912 w NUMBER 45 to Help It FOR "Winter wheat in bad condition" is the Keneral report of the condition of this important cereal throughout the NOCAU5L TO DOUBT A Statement of Facts Backed By a Strong Guarantee. Wo guarantee immediate and positive rolief to all sufferers from constipation. In every case where our remedy fails to do this wo will return the money paid us for it. That's a frank statement of facts, and we want you to substantiate them at our risk. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night: do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects; They have a very mild but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a regulative tonic upon the relaxed musculrr eoat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore tho bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils. That's why wo back our faith in them with our promise of money back if they do not give entire satisfaction. Three sizes: 12 tablets 10 cents, 3G tablets 25 cents and 80 tablets 50 cents. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at our store Perry's Drug Store. Hay, Oats and SEE Straw L. R. Blaiiton Comer Main and B Streets Telephone 85 In Noah's Time there had been American Fences standing he'd have found them still standing after the flood their "live wires" doing business just as good as ever. If for forty days, and nights of blowing and sousing would have been like zephyrs and dew to their wonderful fence material. weather-and-water-resist-ing Moreover, Noah could have penned his whole for there's no beast of the field" that can jam or ram it down. menagerie in an American Fence enclosure, Middle West States. A largo percentage of tho millions of acres devoted to this crop is reported to bo weak and to have been severely injured by adverse wintering conditions. In many places tho ground is baking, and still further is threatened. Such serious conditions call for immediate action. The farmer knows that tho wheat plant requires heat, air, moisturo and -available plant food in order to live and make satisfactory growth. The lack of any ono of these essentials means death to tho crop. As tho warm sun of spring beats upon tho hardened wheat fields, it causes the evaporation of hundreds of barrels of water per day from a field, because the water connection tho surface soil and tho water'sup-pl- y No other aid to the housewife below is completo. Now, to stop is so great, no other agent so this evaporation, and to allow air to enter into the soil spaces, tho farmer must act useful and certain in making quickly if ho is to save his crop. delicious, wholesome foods lie should roll his wheat field as soon as it Till bear a team upon it, and follow this rolling immediately with a light harrowing. If he has a "weedor" ho can accomplish a great deal of good by made from going ovor tho wheat crop with this tool. If ho has harrows with adjustable teeth, ho should throw those teeth back at an angle of J5 decrees and harrow the field, going back and forward over tho field parallel with tho wheat rows. This M No No harrowing will not stir tho surfaco deep enough to injure the wheat roots, but 11 4 will holp tho soil conditions greatly by preparing a surface.mulch will breakup tho water connection in tho soil and effectively prevent an injurious amount a roller, or if ho docs, not think it wiso cessful "catch or grass." By such treatment, weak wheat will Always follow rolling to roll tho wheat, ho can help the weak of evaporation. wheat crop a great deal by careful har- be greatly benefited and materially asIf, however, tho farmer does not bavo rowing. sisted towards a profitable yield of The tiny wheat plant needs special superior quality of grain. Henry G. nourishment. It should have' an abun- Boll, Agronomist. dance of ready available plant food of E. Deatherago will buy your wool and the right kind to give it a vigorous start will pay the highest cash prices. tf and maintain it in vigorous growth. THE J An amateur gardener has furnished us Such help can be supplied by broadcastwith the following information, which ing 100 to 300 lbs. per acre of a fertilizer may come in handy this time of year. analpzing about 3 to 5 Ammonia; Ho says in putting in potatoes, it is best C to 8 Phosphoric Acid, ane 5 to to plant onions alongside, as the latter 7 Potash. This should bo broadcast will bring tears to tho oyes of the potaod or distribuied on the wheat through toes and thcro will be no need of irrigahas been removed tho fertilizer attachment of tho wheat tion. Ho also suggests and drill. If the wheat drill is used, of milk-wee- d as a good garden combinafrom the Schlegel course, the disks will be left suspended tion. Result, custard pie. Hartford so that they will not cut tho young building to the nerald. wheat plant. This fertilizer should bo put on tho wheat just beforo it is rolled. Clay biiliing on The harrowing will work it into tho soil. in-Ju- ry THE STEARNS & FOSTER Baking Powde Absolutely Pur MATTRESS (MMEjOAfEVEfiVjSEAfUNEMATTffESS) THESE IIIOYAMT mm LAYERS OF COTTONX Wr"'' gV r--. f-:W-- ':. " M .. STANDING NEARLY Makes Home Baking Easy 5k 50-ac- J&sfik 51. I I m THREE FEET HIGH ARE: f-- I COMPRESSED TO OHESIXTH- -I THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF If 4.;I tlJJ. ;JV Jff - .M?- ' &f?y. ;:. - . .:, :,. 1 V; " JI IS? 8- H :: . 4 ".-.- ' .... : .V : g - 'The only Baking Powder Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Alum Lime Phosphates Full Measure. You will say- - Growers of strawberries and like fruits are interested in the outcome of an order issued by the pure food department of the State Board of Health that boxes must contain the full measure representAccording to ed by the size of them. tho order, a quart must be a quart, or sold according to the quantity under 'I never knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable." That's jus! what satisfied users of Steams & Foster Mattresses are saying. Yon owe it to yourself to have a Stearns & Foster in your home and enjoy left ikat w Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's rest on a Steams & Foster Matties costs too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Strains & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hmdreds of Kcdc webs, forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton standing nearly tHfce feet higk. These layers arc then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtkctr ongnal height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be sofa, H that. BALDHLAD5 More Women Are Bald Than Men, 5ays Authority. This is a startling statement but it's true according to an article published in a standard magazine this year. Ono thing is certain PARISIAN SAGE will surely prevent baldness by soopping the hair from falling, but it won't grow hair after the head is bald. Ladies, look after your hair, destroy the dandruff germ with PARISIAN SAGE and dandruff will disappear. It stops scalp itch over night and is guaranteed to be the most refreshing, refined and agreeable hair dressing that can be obtained. Sold by Perry's drug store and druggists all over America for 50 cents. "My hair was falling out, and I was troubled with itching scalp. I received no benefit until I tried PARISIAN SAGE." Mrs. George Thunder, R. F. D. 5, Marshall, Mich. - Studio egg-pla- yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foer Mattress. do it. WH j)aMjr A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Stearas & Fester mm. Main street and is open for busilo- now You'll find it out, Pretty good fence for your from, Neighbor! when you see the many different weights and styles ness in the new cation. The above operations can be carried until tho wheat is up 4 inches, without injury o the crop. This practice is common among European wheat growers. on even A most Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. The Sch leg Studio is closed e 1 D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. If grass and clover seed is sown upon the wheat field in early Spring, practice of this early cultivation will bury the seed sufficiently deep to insure good germination. Tho addition of available plant food in the forms mentioned, will greatly increase tho chances of a suc sickness, Scott's Emulsion increases the appetite and builds strength rapidly. Its wonderful nourishment assists nature in restoring health. All Druggists. Scott & Bowie. Dloumfield N J 12- -7 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W. S O. K. O L Tire Are You Ready for Spring Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros. line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. Every one , HUSTLING Cash Stor 3 3 , r .i Men's and Boys' Suits ;Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. We have what you want and at You know we specialize $10.00 and $15.00 Suits for men.; values never before offered so low. Boys' Suits at all prices. 1 i f Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In ail styles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords T. E Tihr brand. - Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. All Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Them r- - HAMILTON BROTHERS v ' j Our Story in a Nut Shell 1 Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of warding newspaper ma for service Among his rendered in their behalf. many friends none can congratulate Mr. Richardson more heartily than does The Climax. Deaths Mrs. W. I. Smith, of Frankfort, Hon. J. A. Sullivan Announces j died For Congress. Elsewhere in Tne Climax appears the announcement of Hon. J. A. Sullivan as candidate for Congress from the Eighth Congressional District, subject to tho action of the Democratic primary. Mr. Sullivan is too well known to the readers of The Climax to need an introHe has served duction at our hands. the Democratic party as its County Chairman for many years and has his means and labor for the success of the party, not only in Madi son, but in district, state and national campaigns. He has been an indeflatiga- ble worker for the cause of Democracy at all times, yet he has been slow to request favors at the hands of the people. He is a lawyer of groat prominence, an orator equal to tho best, and influential citizen and a man to whom tho people can point with pride. Mr.Sul- livan represented Madison county in tho lower branch of tho General Aesombly two years ago and his excellent service to tho county and Stato remain a plea sant recollection to his constituents and to those throughout tho State who watch with keen interest the remarkable re cord mado by Madison's roprcsontativo in the legislature of that year. Being a citizen of Richmond and Madison coun ty, The Climax is naturally favorable to Mr.Sullivan's candidacy. sAide from this, we know him to be a man of superior strength and ability, and strong in the district.and will prove of great value in tho National Congress. Wo cheerfully commend him to the voters of tho Eighth Congressional District, whoso suffrage he will greatly appreciate PERSONAL Mr. Wm. Witt, of Rice Station, was a visitor In the city Thursday. Mrs. Al Nance, of Somerset, is the guest of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Myors, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. tended the Wallace-Jefferso- n in Lexington Wednesday. nig gins at wedding Tailored and Fancy ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ballard spent sever al days last week with Mr. Joe Xoland and family in Frankfort. Mr. Arthur Wheeler has arrived in city and is pushing the E. of P. cutcr- menL Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart 5et"5ilk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in 5ilks for Waists and Dresses Gall and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN McK EE The Richmond Climax. reilBllEB ETEET WE8IBUT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A D. Milter W. G. WhHe MtaWr e! KCNTV6KY Pres. and 'Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. PRESS ASSOCIATION dftHfH WCTR40T PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FBIGE $1.00 FEB YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. MAY 1 - - i9i: then, or will standards of Jefferson and true Democracy be untuned at tue National Convention and harmony and good will prevail? Whatever course the party may pursue in this respect. The Climax would call on those high in the nartv councils to take a hand and not permit blunders that will jeopardize the brilliant prospects of electing to the seat in the White Houso for the next four Lay years a Democratic president. aside personal ambitions, forget sell, you who would perch on the pedestal of prominence in Kentucky's political wel fare, and let the rank and file, the "hew ers of wood and drawers of water,' speak their sentiments and have a voice in the selection of the next President of Uaited States, and by so doing harmony will prevail and all will be well with the Democratic party for next four years, CoosMorablc oonoiontattea has been aroosd ovr die State regarding the aottoM of tfce State Demeeratie Exeoa tive OownHtee ta pae4g precis ot coovohUowc for eittes first asd seoosd close ami eowaty eoaveBUons ekewhere to select dalogates to Lewfevilte Craven lion this hmmiUi. This aeOoa probably is sot the real fotmdaiioa for the wnick exists, as it k believed by Many to be a scheme on the part of com to seed to the BalUmoreCoBventkm aa noioctmoted detagaliea from Ken Utcky. This idea does sot meet with the aftpr.tvfil of the voters of the State. Ia XadisM aod elsewhere, it seem to be the oononoiis of opiates that this State a send to the Kotiooal Ooaveatioa a with iaetritettees for Me or the other of the eaadtdates mestioaed for lhfc high oMoe. It is a atstake fer any few wen to attempt to dictate to the Democratic party what should be dose ia this reseeet. It siast remain with Um Doaooratic voters of Keatucfcy nod their voiee6 should be beard The Climax staads, aad heeded. ftrat, for harBosy ia the Demo-orstK party, aad sooona, for tfee man who oaa arry to victory ia Novewber the baaaor ea which is iaseribed true Jetfersoaiaa priaeiples, be he Clark, Wdeea, Underwood or Harmon. Can it be that Keetweky's Deatooracy will sacriAee the spleadid opportunities that lie before the Xatiea to elect a Democratic prosMeat ia order to satisfy the ambitions of any politician or any set of nee who stay desire advastage in order to receive the iastruoiioes of this State for their favorite candidate in the great contest bow before the American people? Oaaoot those who selfish ambi tious, if wok crisis, look baok oaly a few weeks aad picture the Republican conveetioB ia Louisville? All will recall the bitteraess that existed ia this city when the 6. 0. P. cottaty convention was held, the reports of the disaffection that existed throughout the Slate, and finally a contested delegation to the National Ooaveatioa in Chicago. Will the Democracy of Kentucky follow ia the footsteps of the Republican party and arouse in this State a bitterness that may aot be wiped out this side of the Baltimore con von tion, and perhaps not dele-mtto- Kentucet and Madison county have given to other states, especially Missouri, many distinguished sons, but the name and fame of none seem more surely established than that James Sidney Itol lias, who was born in Richmond, April 19th, 1812. He went with his father to Missouri when a boy, and afterwards hllod many high positions with great credit to himself.but the work in which his fame mostly rests, is that which he did for the cause of education in his adopted State, when only twenty-si- r years of age, as a member of the legisla ture. he wrote and had passed the bill making possible the University of Mis souri. For fully fifty years he labored for this great cause, giving liberally So great the his time and his talent. labor performed and the success accom plishedlhat before his death in ISSS.tliere was bestowed on him by the Curators of the university the title "Pater Universi tatis." In further recognition of his great service, April 19th, his birthday, has since his death been designated as "University Day." Each year on that date the University Alumni assemble in various sections, not only of Missouri, but in other stas to sing college songs, talk over college days, and do reverence to his memory. This year was the cen teasial of his birth, and a splendid cele bration was held in Columbia, to com menarate the date and honor his name, Many distinguished citizens were pre seat, who spoke of the worth and ser vice of this noble son of Madison. It was noted there that his services ex tended not to Missouri only, for while a member of Congress he advocated and had passed the law giving public lands for the endowment of agricultural schools. This law affected the educa In the tional interest of many states. wealth of great names of Madison's sons not one shines brighter than James MADAM BUTTERFLY. Sidney Rollins. Four Hands From Act II Mrs. Evans-Mr- s. Pickels. The announcement that Senator-elec- t Piano Solo From Act II Ollie James had selected W. Vernon Miss Watts. Riohardson, of Danville, as his private Paper Man and Musician secretary, is gratifying news to the host Four Hands Miss Bennett. From Act III of friends of that popular young newsMrs. Denny-Mi- ss White. paper man. Mr. Richardson is eminent- Voice From Act II Mrs. Tom Chenault. ly fitted for the position and it is especially pleasing to see that at least Current Events Higgins. Miss some of our politicians are in way re- MISCELLANEOUS. The Mssses Bertram of Vanceburg were the guests last week of Mrs. J. XV, Zaring. Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Fayette, visit ed her daughter, Mrs. Alex Denny several days last week. Mr. Douglas Parrish, of Beattyvillr, visited his mother, Mrs. Cinda Karr and family, in this city last week. Mrs. Laura Estill Francis, of Bourbon county, has been visiting friends and relatives in the city and county. Miss Bertha Burnside has returned to her home in Lancaster, after a pleasant visit to the Misses Shugars. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars and son, W. K. Jr., of Stanford, have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rucker and the Misses Shugars. Misses Delia and Mable Tudor who spent the winter in Ilendersonvillc, K, C. have returned much improved health. Messrs Clarence Williamson of Lie incton and Tom McEldowny of Win Chester have been the guests of Mr. Allen Zaring. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Van Winkle, of Louisville, came last week for a visit to the latter s mother, Mrs. James Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schlegol, of Nich olasville. have returned home after visit to the former's mother, Mrs. Lewi Schlegel, on Tates Creek pike. Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, of Mt. Sterling, have been visiting the latter' sister. Mrs. D. M. Chenault, on Lancas ter avenue. Mr. J. J. Mann and Mrs. Howard, of Richmond, are here with their sister. Mrs. Alice Fisher, who is very seriously ilL Carlisle Mercury. Mr. Hume Rucker and family, who have been in Florida for the winter, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rucker th part week, before returning to their home in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves left Tues day morning for their home in Bloom ington, III. Mrs Graves and her two little children, spent the winter here with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Baxter, Hon. John W. Rawlings has returned from Richmond, where be had five cases tried in the Federal Court, winning the entire number. He is making a reputation throughout Kentucky as a most successful attorney. Danville Messeng er. Mrs. Sam Bennett of Lexington came Monday to attend burial of Mrs. V. B, Smith. By request of Mrs. Smith, made several years ago, she sang with sweet ness and tenderness, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought." This was a favorite hymn of Mrs. Smith. Mrs. R. L. Gentry, of Nashville, Tenn will come Monday for a visit to Mcs dames A. D. & C. D. Miller, on the Lex, ington pike. She will be joined early in June by Mr. Gentry, who will come on for his usual summer outing and vis it to his Old Kentucky Home. Mr. John Farrell, of Somerset, was guest Monday of friends in this city. Mr. rarreu was formerly Master Mech anic at the u. & A. railroad shops, in this city, and was pleasantly received by many of his old acquaintances here during his short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Stone enter tained with an elegant twelve course dinner last Thursday at their pretty Covers were home in Burnamwood. laid for the following: Mrs. II. B. Land and Mrs. T. C. Willis, of Nicholasville Mrs. Lucy Hersperger, of Pueblo, Colo rado: Miss Eva Munday. of Uarrodsburg. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dejarnette, of this city. Mrs. Stono entertained in her usual cordial manner and this coupled witb lhe genial hospitality of her excel lent husband, made the occasion a most delightful one for all present. Tho Cecilian Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Alex Denny, a large number of members and guests being present. In addition to the regular pro gram Mrs. Chenault. the latest member of the club gave a beautiful number from Madam Butterfly. The next meet ing will be held with Mrs. H, B. Hang er. The following is the program for the afternoon: Monday morning at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hurst, in this cltv. Mrs. Smith came to Rich mond soveral weeks ago for treatment. being a sufferer of Bright's disease. Hsr condition was not considered alarming until tho past ten days when she began sink rapidly, death relieving her suffer-in- g Monday. Deceased was twenty-si- x years of ago and is survived, in addition to her parents and brothers and sisters, a husband and threo children. Sho was member of the Kavanaugh Baptist Her funoral was conducted church. Tuesday afternoon at tho residence of her father by Rev. G. W. Crutchfleld, followed by interment in the Richmond Cemetery. Lexington During Spring Races, April Come To Another Bio Time 27 Come to the Great Retail Market of Central Kentucky oy An Error Corrected. In making mention of the Democratic State Convention in last issuo of TnB Climax, wo stated that county conven tions would be held on May 25, when the correct date is May 27. In the counties containing first and second class cities precinct mass conventions will be held on May 25 to select delegates to a county mass convention on May zi, winch in turn will select the delegates to the State convention The counties affected by tho precinct meetings are Jefferson, (Louisville); Kenton,(Uovington); Camp bell, (.Newport); i'ayette. (Uoxington); The basis of McCracken, (Paducah). representation of each county to the Stato convention is ono for each 200 and fraction cast for W. J. Bryan in 1903. The now county or Mcureary is given one vole. to May 9 Cheaper than StayGreatly Reduced Railroad Rates for Every Day. ing at Home. Besides Look at the Merry Good Time in store for you. The Races are Bigger and Better than ever. The Merchants are ready to Cordially Welcome You. OPERA-HOUS- E THE BIG WELK OF FEATURES TONIGHT (Wednesday) The Great Feature Picture in Threo Reels (3300 feet) SATURDAY Tho Atlas Production of Threo Reels Five hundred stores carry the greatest assortment of Spring Goods ever seen in Kentucky. Besides the prices are right. You can buy yourself rich for very little in Lexington. COME ANY DAY COM L EVERY DAY DURING THE RACE5 APRIL 2T MAY 9 20 Years in 5ing Sing Tho Worlds Greatest Prison THURSDAY The Biograph Feature The James Brothers of Missouri Showing Frank and Jesse in their younger days. Quantrell Gang and the killing of Jesse by the Ford Bros. complete history of the world famous James Boys. J WEAB5 THEM" 3 SILK H . PAIR OF $ I -- HOSE Her Awakening GOOD VAUDEVILLE S. S. Single pair 35c Regular 50c quality S&p a dollar bill in an enveloDe. stating size and color desired, and we will mail you pottage prepaid three pair of guaranteed lilk bote. for Men and Women I 00 : ASK THE-- ACTS Direct from New York's Most exclusive Importe Pakkes, President Bennett, Vice President CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE V. N. J. 1 C. Brasf ield & CO. Madison Ave. New York Cifeeims National RICHMOND, KENTUCKY At the Close of Business, April 18, 1912 A potUl will bring our illustrated caUlorn Exchange Bank, New York Rf erence-Co- ra 41 t! RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ono for the produce firm of A. L. Gott. 00 During April Mr. Gott shipped eleven cases, 326,445 05 car loads of eggs, a total of 3,309 Banks r containing 09.207 dozen eggs, for which Total $508,991 79 Total $308,991 79 he received $10,593.00. Ho also shipped We respectfully solicit and invito a share of your patronage, promising in return five cars of live poultry, a total of 22,500 HSuVi-aSr-:::": P"1!?!18.;- tonkl Cash and Due from LIABILITIES $310,019 90 Capital Stock SurPl"s Fund M Undivided Proflts Circulation 122,351 66 Deposits S 8100,000 15,000 11,810 55,700 00 00 74 Immense Shipment of Poultry and Lgs. The past month has been a very busy Flexible Shoes. "Queen Quality" fitted with Flexible prompt and etlicient service and courteous and honorable treatment J. LET SUFFERING W. CROOKE. Cashier BOOK SENT head, which paid him the neat sum of $10,000, making a total for eggs and poultry for tho month of April 820,595.00. Welted Soles, that bend with the slightest movement of the foot, are without question the most restful easy-goin- g shoes imaginable. "Queen Quality" shoes fit well, wear well, and feel well. Need no breaking in. You experience all the joys of "that old pair you so hated to discard," from the first moment worn, until worn out. Why suffer needlessly when absolute comfort and ease are offered you in MAN WRITE A Reliable Aulhorily on FREE Notice to Creditors. All parties having claims against the estate of Mrs. Tommie Osborno, are requested to filo samo properly proven, as required by law, on or before May 15, 1912, or samo will be barred. A. J. House, 43--lt. Executor. All we uk la to Elmply send youi xuun and address, describe your jrree iteccipta ana many cnaptert or advice to young conuininff xnlddla-aeand old men about tbeouelTes and their fUeasea telltntr bow to eet Cured and now to aroid disease. We want no money for mm wui or tor penning it, nor ooas is piace jon unaer any oougationJ WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THESE DISEASES? Bladder Trouble, Blood Poison, Eczema, Bright Disease, Kidney Trouble! unarm, Aauargnu rrvBiaio uianu, uiaucieBj tiiver irooote, VlrlCO cele, Hydrocele, Ulcer, Kerrou&neu, Kerrous UUeasee, Rupture, Scrofula. Stricture, weakness. Lnmbairo. lus Discharges, and thn rnnv contagious diseases. Antidotes for r'olson,careof the Person, liarrlage M Auwuuv wu uiuuuMgi aui utun Ruujoctf meatioaea and more too, and If you are alllns and need adrlce. write for this ral uable book today, 'Ignorance begets misery, knowledge brines health and happtnesa, All correspondence strictly confidential. BVThoustnds of men are In need of this valuable pooK and are sending lor It Leading Medical Institute In Cincinnati Equipped for Men Only. Write today. Nervous, BIcod and Special Diseases 200 Pages. 4$ Free Prescriptions! Prepaid to All Who Write. Dr. Charles F. Anderson n, ) y AS A GLOVB.X HEIDELBERG MEDICAL INSTITUTE 11 East 6th Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio Nerve and Spine Specialist, Suite 510, City National Bank Buildinz, Losing-toKj Hours 8 to 12 a. m., and 1 to 5 p. m. All diseases of the nervous system and affections of the spine. Scientifically trcatod by now and scien41-- 4 1 tific methods. Now is tho time to get rid of your rheumatism You can do it by applying Chamberlain's Linement and massaging the parts freely at each application. For sale by all dealers. lm "Queen Quality," without extra cost? W. D. Oldham & Co Richmond's Greatest Store For 5ale Privately. Dwelling of nine rooms with two acres or ground; good orchard, vine yard, stable, chicken house, coal house, smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in first-clarepair. My family being small, I desiro to sell my home and buy a smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to 3S-t- f William Devore. ss 3 Gott will take all your wool and pay tho highest price. Hair! Hair! Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair pieces mado from combings. Work at a reasonable prico. Hair dressed in tho latest stylo. I have in stock the newest designs in puffs and braids. I handlo nothing but natural hair. Mia. Maude Mackkt Walker 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. 40-t- f aflaBak aL. sriiRT"waisxs Listen! youvfllenjoy MUSLINS & PETTICOATS frcslcrisp iindermuslins TStaUaa3hV aaaaaaMaa scad brand NEW (a) Happy Song Del Riego to) Selected Uiaminad Miss liaar. Prelude G minor Rachmoninoff Miss Pickels. Voice Song of the Soul (The Climax Mrs. Harry Blanton. Piano Ballade G minor Chopin Miss I'arrisn. Voice A well dressed man wears a good hat Our contributors and correspondents will please remember to write ox one SIDE OF TIIE PAI'EU OXI.Y, 3S it CUUSCS the compositor to "speak out" when written on both sides of the paper. tf waist a petficocsl If you want the best wear a Stetson, Rice & Arnold, For millinery see B. E. Balue & Co. East Mam street. Their goods and 45-t- f prices are attractive. A : Name To : Remember Notice To Creditors. All parties having claims aeainst the estate or u. is. rurloy, ucceasee, are Making Preparations For Conclave. Richmond Commandery Knights xempiar is maKing preparations to at tend the annual State Conclave which will be held in Paris the latter part of inis montn. Excellent quarters have been secured and an elegant reception win do given Dy tne local commandery. As usual a large number of Sir Knights ana laaies win attend irom this city. I Outdoor life gives health and happiness. Why kill yourself over a sewing machine when you can come to our store, and In a few moments, buy the garments all complete that It would take you weeks to make yourself? Ve have ail kinds of "lingerie" from the plain. durable styles to the sheer, dainty outfits for Church Notes. Rev. Dr. Marshall, pastor of the church of this city, supplied the pulpit of the Second Presbyterian cnurcn oi Aiouisvuie on last sabbath Prof. McDougle, of the Normal Facul tv. preached a special sermon at the First Christian church on Sabbath night on tne suoject, "was tne Titanic Dis aster the Hand of Godt" Next Sabbath is "Foreign Mission Day" at the First Presbyterian church. at which time the offering win do received tor mat cause. The Children's Mission Band of the Presbyterian church will meet with Virginia Hobson on next Monday at 3:30 p. m. Rev. G. W. Crutchfleld is attending District Confeience at London this wee.k The First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly every '.Sunday in tnetr apartments, i.so second street. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Los- son sermon at 11 a. m. Wednesday p. hi. eveBing.testimoniai services at ree reading room IS, llobson building. f open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays. Wed nesdays and Fridays. Sabjectfor next Panih-nest.- " Suaiay, May S, public W cordially Th invited to My aaa ail serviee. There mmt b fw as good, but 6m taut fllaay-AdStoat. We have thm, ia hhh or low, bhvok aad semi-annuo remedies for household use. Strange as it may seem to you, they do not believe in secret medicines. They think you have a right to know what you are taking. And you have. So they put the full formula on every label the name and exact quantity of every ingredient all in plain English so you can judge for yourself. If they were not sure that each of these was "the best possible prescription if they were not sure that their skill in compounding these remedies was unsurpassed they could not afford to do this. Anyone can copy their formulas but there is no danger that anyone will equal their quality or the remedies, and they know it. You see, this makes their success depend on Quality, not Secrecy. Secrecy in medicine is not good for you. You have a right to know what you are using; all about it Wo like to handle drugs of quality. This is the way wo get our trade. That is why we obtained the agency for these splendid remedies known as the Here is a name ''PENSLA.R" that will mean a great deal to every man, woman and child in this city when they learn what it stands for. It is our duty and our pleasure to tell you. There is a great firm of Manufacturing Chemists in Detroit, The Peninsular Chemical Co., whose name on the label of a remedy is the best possibly guaranty of its purity and medicinal worth. They prepare in their splendid laboratories over 100 . -- OATEQUAL $s a perfect feed for horses, mules, . 45-4- hereby notified to present same, pro perly proven, on or before June 1, 1912, or samo will be. barred. All persons in debtod to said estate aro requostcd to call and settle at once. O. B. and W. B. Tuiuey, t Administrators, "HAS IV O EQUAL" sheep and lambs, hogs and pigs, and colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, As an Egg Producer it is a Perfect Feed Wo will furnish you tho best awnings and put them up at lowest prices. Barlow 39lf & Dozier. 307 East Main street. Important Notice. I wuh to announco to tho public that to do stamping and furnish embroidery materials of all kinds. I havo secured tho patterns and flosses of Mrs. Ruthford Blanton and trust I may receive a part of the gener ous patronage formerly given her. Can bo found at my home C04 W Main street, Very respectfully, 43-lt Mrs. W. Edoar Blanton. I am prepared -- Made from rolled oats, cracked corn, alfalfa hay, brewer's grain and pure cane molasses. ALCORN is heavier in corn than Oatequal and is the working horse's friend. ALCORN The Oatequal COLUMSUS, A Common Sense Food at a Common Sense Price OATEQUAL and ALCORN are cheaper to feed than oats and corn and costs little by the bag and less by the ton 0M0 the trousseaux. Ve have also shirt waists "that fit" and have "style" created by experienced designers. When you buy our ready-ma- de gods, you buy leisure, service and style for little more than th material would cost you. box at all stores. lm Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, .i nriuuu ioaoy. suuers i n wim eczema or pome itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A littlo of it goes a long wy nnu u is saie tor cnuuren. 50c a Remedies name "PENSLAIL" Ucmombor what It means, "Highest Quality and We've a great deal more to say about Peaslr; Watch for it. Se the Penslar goods in our window. Cosit) In and ask About tbera. You may need a really reliable remedy some day. Leara About it now Remember-th- e Forraula-ori-thi-Label." HoVsThis .? W. W. leMt, Ofcto. lMl'a Catarrh Core I taken hlimlfr oirectly iiw the !cxl and main aaa tfce jetem. Tt!eoIaU aesA wm per Mttie. JMd by all I fee. Mm Jtke Bali's fmlir PUb tar We offer One ncnilrvd Dnllum ImnM tor cue of Catarrh that caocot be eared br Hait i Catarrh Cure. P. J CDENES CO.. Toledo, 0. V We. the T! n ll P r. T V.T. Vnmra Cheppr tor the last 15 jeaw, d1 bellere Ma perfectly iiboorable In all ketaess traitsaettuM able to carry otst any oMatteM tmm ,u uj um via. NAT. SANK OF COMMSSCK. Q Arnold & Simmons. SOLD BY Broaddus & Co. Phone 110 "vrkttag Covington-Thorp- e John R. Gibson & Co. bUr TjfSone 500 Ms Stockton's Drug Store Richmond, Phone 73 and Grocery Co. The tictatii Climax. (Iaeerporated.) When the Ice Man is King! You'll OF HISTORY THE CUMAX PRINTING CO A. D. Miller W. G. White KITUCKY E16HTH CURIOUS BITS y A. W. MACY, ANOTHER STRENUOUS ROOSEVELT. I W Stand the Percheron Stallion want a white en- Utmbtr Pres. and Mgr. ( Sec'y-Trea- s. "Star estic" ameled or "MajFBICE PRESS ASSOCIATIO PUBU5KERS LEAGUE. DISTRICT zinc lined refrigerators. They are the best ice sav ers and most reasonably priced. see the $1.00 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24 1912 Ask to M. M. Hamilton-Ph- one 484. "Star" before you buy. Buys calves, cows and fat cattle. 30-tCall him up. f Boarders Wanted. Good clean rooms and good table. Ap ply to Mns. Clyde Pollens, 31-331 Moberly avenue. tf W. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky Langshan Eggs. Pure bred White Langshan eggs hatching; now. 33-3- for $1.00 for 15. Orders booked SnKLTOjf, Paiik Union City. Ky. Office for Rent. Office equipped with water and heat in our building on Second streot. Pos session given at once. 24-t-f Douglas & Simmons. Other Roosevetts beslrfee Theodore have been noted feretre-uousnet- s. Nicholas J. Roosevelt was one of them. Ke flourished In the early years of the nineteenth century, and may be called the father of steam navigation In the west. In 1811 he made a voyage on a flatboat from Pittsburg to New Orleans, to ascertain whether steam could be used as a motive power on the Ohio and Mississippi. Everybody discouraged the Idea, but on his return, with the aid of Fulton and Stevenson he built a steamboat to try It out. The boat was called the "New Orleans," and cost about $38,-00With his wife and a small crew he embarked at Pittsburg amid the plaudits of thousands. People said It was all right going down, but the boat could never be made to go up the river. At Cincinnati he took some people aboard for a little ride, and scared them nearly to death by letting the boat drift toward the Falls of the Ohio. Suddenly reversing the engine, he took the boat up stream three or four miles, to their great relief and delight. The voyage waa a great success, and the forerunner of many more. 0. 3s BRILLIANT D. at For the season of 1912. at mv mother's place near Richmond, on Big Hill pike $15 to Insure a Board and Lodging (Copyright. UU. by Joseph B. BowlesJ The Center of Attraction 5TOP5 5CALP ITCH Rich jewelry and artistic silverware aie especially at- Dandruff and Every Form Of 5calp Disease Cured tractive in their generous profusion and infinite variety at Quick by Zemo. our Jewelry Store. A most marked feature of our goods It is simply wonderful how Zemo is the many novel and unique goes after dandruff. "You rob a little of articles which cannot be du- it in with tips of the fineers. It cets plicated in making a selection right down into the elands, stimulates frovn any of which most de- them, stops the itch, and makes the head feel fine. No it isn't sticky! sirable as presents Zemo fine, MAIN for five or six. Also two large rooms with two small ones adjoining, porch and cellar accommodations with the Mns. Clara Tratlor, above. 39-t- f. 019 N. Second St. Vote for R. B. Terrill for to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his present administration. tf DECIDE YOUR5LLF The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Richmond Testimony. Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a strangers sfate-ment. Read Richmond's endorsement. Read the statements of Richmond citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: Mrs. S. S. Smith, 133 X. Estill Ave., Richmond, Ky., says: "I had rheumatic pains and had a great deal of trouble from irregularity of my kidneys. I was nervous and dizzy and was subject to headaches. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I got a box at Middelton's Drug store as I had heard what they had done for others who had used them. Their use made me feel better in a short time. I recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills highly." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Co., Buffalo, New YorK, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. lm Fostor-Milburn PEDIGREE: cheron colt, bred by W. R. Grimsley of bweetwater. 111., color gray.foaled April 0, 1900. 8ired by Gaulor's Percheron Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher & Coleman, of Wayne, 111. Gaulor's sired by Etretat. he by Volcan, he by by Volatire, he by BrilBieneviile, he liant. Dam Mag, black mare by Roscoe, he by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize winner at the Chicago World's Fair, he by Brilliant, one of tho most noted Per-cherons of either France or America,for wnicn Mr. uunnam was onered a very long price to let him co back to France. So it will be seen that Bbiluast D. is very deeply bred in the Brilliant blood. and is fully entitled to the name of Bril liant. I wish to impress upon parties havinc mares to breed, that Brilliant D. weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the time is at hand when it takes weight to bring the money. Readers of the Breeders Gazette will notice that within the last few days largo numbers of Percheron mares have been sold for prices around and exceeding 3500. Care taken to pre vent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colt until service fee is paid, or bred to another horse THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK Living Colt Brilliant D. is a Per-- Taxes Due. STREET F. JT. YEAGER Westminster Chimes TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and an article of furniture for home, office, or institution, appeals alike to utility, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movement insures correctness of time; the solid oak or mahogany case, 'with classic lines, conforms to good taste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and HYOMEI (pronounce it Hich-o-mis guaranteed to end the misery of catarrh. Breathe it, destroy the catarrh SilversmiUn Goldsmiths Jewelers germs, and soon hawking and snuffling will cease. The Frank Herschede Co. Breathe it, and crusts will no longer form in the nosp. mucus will not lodee Herscnede Building, Fourth Street, East, in the throat;all inflammation will leave Onrinnf ti, Ohio $75 to $750 the membrane of the nose and throat and your head will feel clear and fine. Breathe it lor coughs, colds and sore throat; its soothing, healing, antiseptic action is better than all the stomach dosing remedies in creation, and there isn t a particle of opium, cocaine or other habit forming drug in it. Com"We have had experience with many Eczema. Psoriasis nnd other skin troubles are caused by myriads of remedies for skin trouble but have plete outfit, which includes inhaler, $1. aa such work In the ektn. Unless never seen D. D. remarkable cures In- Extra bottles of HYOMEI 50 cents at trerms at D. Prescription. these senna are promptly destroyed those from they rapidly multiply, gnawing their stant relief from the very first appli- B. L. Middelton and druggists way deep into the sensitive tissue. cation. We are so confident that D. D. D. This Is what causes that awful itch, and what seemed a. mere rash will reach your case that it will cost Moscow' Municipal Pawnshops. may grow worse and develop into a you nothing if the very first full sire claim. falls In Moscow, Russia, the pawnshop Is loathsome and torturing: skin disease bottle you to make good everyof any have skin trouble years of misery. If with its municipal affair. Last year over drop Don't take any chances Destroy the kind we certainly advise you to D. D. perms at the beginning of the trouble In and lnvestirate the merits of D. D. half a million artcles were pawned, with that soothing and cleansing wash, D. anyway. Wo know that D. having a valuation of over 3,000.000 the J. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. It la noticed that In March and April A :Sc bottle will prove this to you. will help you. the poor element of Moscow keeps the pawnshop busy, and during that period customarily parts with Its war. i overclothing. quarters after the peals of Whittogton or Westminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour. The fifty styles give ample choice in design, size, and price, all showing the moon's phases in the dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request. Gifts by Mail. You can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield Plate, Gold and Silver Jewelry, Mantel Clocks, Eto, through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices. Correspondence solicited. Your taxes for the year 1911 aro now Uome in my hands lor collection. in early and avoid the rush, as well as is a clear, vanishing liquid. You don't .have to even wash your saving the penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. ham Is after using Zemo. And what a Make up your mind now that you are RICHMOND, KV wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples and nil skin aillictions. A 25 cent trial going to vote for R. B. Terrill for rebottle at Perry's Drug store is guaran election. His record as a public servant teed to stop any skin Irritation. has never been eclipsed by any former Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose official. tf. Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo and is he People's Stock Remedy regularly sold by druggists at $1 a bottle. But to prove what it will do at trifling keeps your stock fat and healthy and eiyense, Zemo is now put up in 25 cents free from disease. trial bottles. An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every in Not the Other Extremity. Fcom Canon Beechlnr comes the fol gredient necessary for the production of lowing Etory: "It was the morntne eggs. 30- - tf Richmond Druo Co. after the banquet, and a Bollcitous Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone friend who had set beside Blshnn tf Stubbs, happening to meet him, asked and live stock. no got home all rleht The blshoD Architect's Notice. looked slightly eurorlsed at the Ques tion, but at once added, with an apI am prepared to draw plans for parent gleam of comprehension, Oh, buildings and remodeling of all kinds. yes. It waa only my boots that were Will also furnish estimates or superin tight.'" tend construction of such work. Phone 101. Orders left for me at The Climax office will rcceivo prompt attention. CATARRH f N. B. Tohmn. 8-- tf Long Xom Will also make the season at time and place, at la FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce JACK CULNN. a candidate for Con cress in the Eighth District, subject to the action of tne Democratic .Primary to be held August 3, 1912. FOR SHERIFF The Climax Is authorized to announce Elmer Deatheraze as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to tne action oi tne Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce John F. Baldwin as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. we are authorized to nnnounrp TC. Tl JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Mndbmn county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to nnnnunre IT. TT COLYER a candidate for Sheriff of Mailt. son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Ve are hereby authorized to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheilff of ladlson County, subjeet to the action ot the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of tne Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce H. C. Rice as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action ot tne Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judge W. ;IL Shackelford as a candito the otllco of date for County Judge of Madison county, sub ject to the action or tne Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce judge j.j. GREEXLKAF a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce S. A. D Jones as a candidate for County At torney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. II. CKOOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce O. P. to Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madi son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas H. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanly, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We are authorized to announce BENJA MIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su perintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo- Democrats You want Good County Government, don't your i ne only way to get it is to elect uooa 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 strictlynot 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. GRELNLLAF. 1 State Norma EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rniTDCrC TUITION Preparatory. Stat Lib Diploma. Couaty Certificate. Ravtaw. Spaata! FREE TO APPOECTESS Certift-liUUajLiJ cute. Summer Term Opens June 17, 1912 ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FKES Address J. P ii i G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Hi Ky. Hiii i i imam ill cratic party. Are Yon Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cartiui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural maimer, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. WeareTauthorized to announce Wm. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent ot Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. the same $10 to Insure a Living Colt GONE 31-t- Don't be surprised if you have an No More Hawking and Snuff attack of rheumatism this spring. Just ling When You Breathe rub the affected parts freely with Hyomei. Chamberlain's Liniment and it disappear. Sold by all dealers. will soon lm Saginaw Silos Are Standard. A Saginaw anchors with the patent INNER HOOP and four base anchors. The patent Steel DOOR Frame places trength where it is needed and insures doors. Tho strongest and best Silo on the market. Write for catalog and prices. FOSTER HELM, 42-- Jt. Lexington, Ky. air-tig- Golt, the poultry man, will buy your wool. 43 Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse or jack. This jack is of biir bone, cood head and ear, and must be seen to be appreciated. His colts which havo been foaled, are of exceptional size and quality. Lono Ton will be to the mule world what Peter the Great and Rex Peavine are to the trotting and saddle horse world. He is by Wm. Todd's big Jack, he by Marmaduke. His first dam by Big Andy, he by Tom Keene, he by Looks and Confidence. Kube Billington; 2d dam by Lear s Wo owe it to our friends as well as Napoleon. ourselves to look our best at all times Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per and the girl who can Improve her ap- day. Not responsible for accidents, but pearance without harming herself, all care taken to prevent same. should do so. Nothing gives us quite Will also stand mv Silver Creek Red the as to feel we look Boar Hog at $1.00 cash. well WM. B. TURLEY. Telephone 100. Richmond.Ky. There never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have ben cured by it. If you or your children ar,e troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. For sale by all dealors. lm down tho throat ot a "rapey" Friendship the Spice o! Lift chicken destroys the wormf In bearing the burden of this 1'fe. and saves the cWci's life. A few drops la the driniine water each has troubles and can rarely those of others. Friendship CURES and consists of mutual helpfulness, and PREVENTS GAPES nothing is more helpful than the hope xvMtf rtfarrhnea. rotin. cholera and oblivion that are brought by cood &X& and other chick diseases. cheer. 41-3- ONE DROP o Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Super intendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. IFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate (or Jailer of Madison county, snbiect to the action ot the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce Clyde Rayburx a candidate for Jailer of Mad ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce N? Cotton, Jr., a a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. JoeWagers for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized toannounceGEORGE NO LAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action ol the Democratic party. W are authorized to announce W. F. JARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action or me Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. S. WH1TLOCK, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, subject to the 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, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LaRueC House a candidate for County Cleric 1 Madison county subject to the action o Democratic partv TAKE m Woman'sTonie Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, V. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic tor women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It wilt help you. Ask your druggist Write to.-- LatSej Adraorr for Special Instructions, and Dpt. Oetaioeei Mmlictee Ca. QMttaooan. Tkkl. book."Hoac Tfeafaatst far Woaca," xat hec J S8 TheCRi THAT Germs Spread in Skin tf Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. We have the stock and they are good, strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets layed during all the cold weather of the They are exceptionally past winter. good layers and began to lay at five months old. We have a few hens for $1 each. Eggs 31 for 15; $3 for 50; $5 per hundred. Telephone 22 1. A. D. & C. D. Miller, 41-t- It would surprise you to know of the groat good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., writes. 'My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels give thorn a trial. . Sold by all dealers. lm . Stockton & Son FOR THE 5TOMACH After Consuming Our Entire Plant Out Here's an Offer You Should Not Overlook. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy stomach troubles by aiding nature to supply the elements the absence of which in the gastric juices causes indigestion and dyspepsia. They aid the stomach to digest food and to quickly convert it into rich red blood and material necessary for overcoming natural body waste. Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets in your vest pocket, or keep them in your room. Take one after each heavy meal and prove our assertion that indigestion will not bother you. We know what Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are and what they will do. We guarantee them to relieve indigestion and dyspepsia. If they fall we will re fund your money. Three sizes: 25 cents, 50 cents, and $100. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store. Perry's Rexall Store. Moral In Evolution. The history of evolution la one long apparRichmond, Ky. record of victory In tho face of f ently Insuperable obstacles. Man Is Take your wool to E. Deatherage and man because he Is ever doing the Imget the highest prices. tf possible or that which seems such to weakness and folly. Rev. W. E. SI-Cantrill Bill Passes. monds. The Cantrill tobacco bill, special legis lation for Kentucky growers, passed tho MORE THAN SKIN Senate Tuesday without a dissenting vote. Under its provisions manufactured leaf tobacco sta'islics are to bo pub lished. More Than A Skin Salve Is FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MUR RAY SMITH a candidate for City Attorney of Richmond, subject to the action 12 Gallons of Medicine. Makes of the Democratic party. Kvtrr nonltrv raUer thnnld keep a bottle ot We are authorized to announco D. M. hU medicine on baud Write for free sample ted Booklet on DUeasex of Fowl." Ad ires I CHENAULT a candidate for City AtBEHEST COUPUT, luUjtaa. IJ. torney, subject to the action of the DemO3UK30H ocratic party. Sold by Perry's Drug Store FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Police Judge ot Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic partv. J We are authorized to announce W. L. Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Superintendent John Noland as a candidate for the office of Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. BourbonPoultryCure One 50c Bottle of NE at ! laaani miiai Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Beautiful Patterns CbpirUM WO, b, Uta Standard Adr. va. DEEP Now Boing On and Stock we 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. kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that We desire to thank our friends for their numerous Now is the timo to have your screen work done. Don't wait until the flies get in. We do all kinds of fly screen work. Barlow & Dozikr, 39-t- f 307 East Main street. Needed to Cure Piles Permanently. Don't be disappointed if you fail to get a lasting cure of piles with salves. The cause of piles is more than skin deep. It is sluggish, flabby veins pockets filled with thick, bad blood. HEM-ROIa tablet tonic remedy, is taken inwardly, acts on the circulation and cures all kinds of piles thoroughly. $1 for 24 days' supply at B. L. Middel- ton's and all druggists. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y., mail a free booklet. Finesse. 'How did you get old Bunklns con sent to marry his daughterT" "Finesse, my boy Just finesse. I told all over town that he bad caught seventeen bass on that last fishing trip he took." tour-poun- d There is no seed so fertile as money. Every sin gle dollar is productive. The closer you plant the H. C. JAMES greater the harvest. Money in the bank, unlike Will buy or seltyour bouse, the crops oi Held, needs no cultivation, ana its is arm town lots or any thing not endangered by frost or drought else in the Real Estate line. 5TATL BANK & TRUST CO. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arenneed- ed. "We represent iron bound reinsurance Companies member this. RICHMOND, KY Will Sell 1909 PooU 31 c up Please See Us Before Placing Your Order Elsewhere We have opened an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse BWH1DH Near L. & A. Depot LUMBER COMPACT Incorporated Telephone 425 The Executive Committee of tho Bur- ley Tobacco Society Tuesday adopted the following resolution: "Moved and seconded, that we notify all buyers that we will commence tho sale of the remainder of our 1909 tobacco on the market in Loxington, Louisville or Cincinnati markets, and sell tho to bacco on one of the three markets." The society, it is understood, has still on hand about 8,000,000 pounds of the pooled crop of 1909. The committee is having the title to tho site recently bought for its factory examined, but has not yet taken up plans for the buildings. B. Juetl & Son 71 TEN THOUSAND ROLLS NEW J. T. FERR1ELL 1912 Opera House Building Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky WALL PAPER Just received and arc on sale at 2 12 c Single Roll- -8 Anything hut That When in need ot iHacksmithtng fn Only one letter In a million goes astray, and that one, en exefcaags any of its branches, tanning imple ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, says, never happens to be a bUL Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E tf Miller. Union City, Ky. H. G. DOTY, I. R. Pennington Dentist. Poorappetito is a sure sign of im- pairtd digestion. A few doses of SURVEYOR Yards Quality Groceries Await You Here We are II 3 the home of full weight and full Lvery article that leaves this measure. stoje carries our stamp of approval. Losing Colts. Warmth ami Health Yoti Reap the To trade afthis store pays both in time and Harvest. H satisfaction B K HOT VATER HEAT has proved best for plant growth sad most healthful for theboow. it will par job to iBTCStteMe. fa H U H B Sewell & McKinney Phones 16 and 223 The Stanford Journal says much com plaint is being heard among the horse breeders of the deaths of young colts this spring. The loss Is falling quite heavily upon many ot the farmers. Some of the big horse breeders have lost nearly all of their spring crop of colts and everyone is worried. The cause is thought to be the poor quality of corn fed, though some are inclined to attrl bute it to other causes. There k much doubt, however, as to jut what is causing the loss. E. P. and J. H. Woods are Mkl to have lost niae colts and Jake SobtasoK six. Clarence Tate suffered a number ef loatii aad others have, like wis, bee the victims. Onty a Few. two thm itor are eoly to fee orskMMhr girl Al toftMtttMl Constipation esnsas headache, indiges uM, ooeoii tion, disztasst. Foe medietas, use Doan's BngntoU. Wo. 1 box at all torn, P. uniting Co. - - solicage of those its patron needing ser Hp Ib price. Remember we sell you Chamberlains btomacli and Liver vices of a competent man. Aiiuress, Tablets will strengthen your digestion RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Office next door to Government build and Improve your appetite. Thousands Borders Same nave been benefited by taking tneso ng Richmond, Ky. they match. Tablets. Sold by all dealers. lm Making Um ef Street RuMleh. DENTIST At Southwark, London, and at 8t We will hang your paper at 10c per roll (3 ynnls.), borders ad ceilOuen, France, street rubbish Is ings same price, and do year pntatiag at ibe lowest price. Only , AttokYat-L-a Into a marketable product At Lick, s workmen employed Southwark all the refuse is crushed ta KEKTUCKT. aiOHMOND, Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a a powdr, which Is sold as a BBABur. Ace over State Baak Traat Co., ef- lali Paper, Paiats Specialty. k 213 West Mi , At Bt Ouen the powder thus Oils asd Glass, Office in Bank Building. leeite Coart Hoaas, na Xateifeeot. wkk tfee addition of combutlbI s- Pictures, Frases ta&eM, k femd tato a clteaji fsei. Street ad JHrr&TS GREPtLEAF & HERKtNGTON aa "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for Specialist Lawyers years, sso appetite, and what l did eat In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Office in Dovglat Jfc Siamoas' nair and THROAT i Bitters reached the cause." S. Building on Saeead Straat Richmond, Ky Oidhatt Bldg. opp. CewtBewM Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. Ik It Would Cmm htk. Lady "Xm, I've aa Bsknife tfcftt 4axryH Bfamtoo, M4fl XMwdlBff, tret tow mm I to taw Dcati Mr- - Ka nner: .Make y&ar home as saedet a fer year family aa a. eity ret DENTIST that you wtM fariac It bsckT" TjMfenl-V- a deBca aad place yourself in apfiti VJ xet the latest market 1 "Bmxm no ftr, Tatoafcaao 27 Xtvdr ny tittle. TfeU can be RcceffipHcfced hy waw el ear telephoHe service, 1m Ma' taaa I twatr Um ehai-Mnor for OB ia OMkaaa MMta ye mm yar Bewhbor can get for a Bam that ts tawtl cow pared witTi th 'fcatt for." owM aaU ta AM rvMired. Cll or address oar quarter oSe t wiKe hreet to NMhriM. Twmmm. (or intormatwa MURWBg etr pteiai f rerii Iub ? cm yo re sot. sejoy in. W4p you'll aiash Mtrioe, Xsver can tell whea mi If at yeteMt cater the-- aMwr t Xeatackr- - Teen en . MleaMai enter t yen. Omr It or flavor or suffer a eat, braha, portion H Itxttaaa aaeT lUliei. the Sovthera LmtMaaa Tit asaki. Be prsp&roa. Services Reasonable. on Dr. Thomas' Kleetria Oil. Cumberland Telephone & Tctegnph Co., Incorporated drugfist Mill it. 25c and S0c. in PHONE 83, or 481. 4c, 5c, 6c Price as Papers H. L PATRICK Paper Hanging and Painting traa-ferae- d Paint Kentucky first-clas- Dr. M. Dunn U N III J OHIO Dr, Robt. CBotgs Rural Telephones nert ixs qntattaa a aarila JESSE COBB, r7 General Auctioneering, R, Emmett MiSton IJlfjrTIST f liitiHi NIFEK IN INDIGESTION RESPONDS TO NEW TREATMENT J. B. Walker Tandy Eak Jesse Cobb Home-Makin- Your Spring Suit t New Medicine Called Digestit Found to be 5ure Relief for Indigestion and 5tomach Disorders. A. Limited Number of Full 5ize Packages Will Be Supplied-Withou- t Cost by Perry's Rexall Drug Store. Spring is the Season of g ever beiore have the as sortments been so complete. Our racks are brimming over with all the new styles Young men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of Suits. For Fit, 5tyle, Wear and Quality none is our equal Perry's Drug store has been supplied with the now remody for stomach dis orderscalled DIGESTIT. This new medicine has been found to be a sure relief for thodistressingsymp-tom- s of Indigestion and Dyspepsia". It will digest food in remarkably short time. Special arrangements have been made with the makers of this now remedy whereby they propose to prove its wonderful merit A limited number of full size packages will be supplied without cost by Perry's drug store that you may test it in your own case. These packages will bo given to the first ones calling, so if you are a victim of Indigestion, do not miss this opportunity to get relief, or if you are one of the many who enjoys a hearty meal, but do not indulge too freely, fearing the after-effecthat full, uncomfort ts able' feeling, sour stomach heartburn, belching of you surely will try this remarkable reliof. Two or three tablets immediately after eating orwhen suffering will rplieve almost instantly. DIGESTIT is a harmless medicine absolutely free from any dangerous or nabit-iormidrugs. It digests rood in a natural way and tones the digestive organs to a healthful condition. It aids assimilation, thereby giving nutrition to the famished body. For everything and everybody. Our lists of desirable real estate should and will interest both buyers and sellers. To the former vro 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. Those with property for sale will find it greatly to their advantage to list them - with us, as our class of clients is very large and select AfbC9 Local and Long Distance Telephone.83 Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Gibson Building "P' "L, J TT,r xy Main 5treet TIRED RUM-DOW- M PEOPLE Norfolk Suits They're the very style you want We show them in medium and dark Betty Tries a A. Real Love Test 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 Footwear We are leaders "I don't believe you really care for me," announced Betty. We were sitting on the top of a Virginia rail fence which wound down through wood and farm land. Behind lay a cornfield, newly planted, a stretch of warm, brown earth smoothed by the harrow, and prickled here and there along the rows by clean, green shoots. Before us was a bit of Correct pasture, green velvet with new grass; the meadow larks winged heavily abovo It, or sat on the rails of the fence, and whistled. Around us the early flies hummed sociably in the spring sun; and at a little distance, in Always in a coppice, a brown thrasher perched on the high bough of a small oak, and bubbled, and sputtered, and cheered. for "I'm sure you don't," repeated Betty, " 'Spring, sweet spring, Is the year's pleasant king,' " I quoted cheer& Co. Seeker. Mirer fully, "and how you can harbor such beliefs at such a season la a mystery id to me, my dear." fit. 5iI-Ki- d "Thai's Just it," said Betty. "The Metal in season of 'spring,' sweet spring," defor Rice for mands a great deal." I moved my hand along the rail uncarry in til my fingers touched the soft white of Betty's wrist just above her glove. "I've tried to give a great deal," said I, looking at her steadily. A little smile danced suddenly across Betty's face, and then was off again; but for just that shade of a second her eyes had touched mine. Then she shook her head solemnly. And let 19 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? "But you don't write verses to me," she declared, as she produced a bit of Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the paper from the pocket of her jacket. ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to "I should hope not," said I. "I think It's a very fine compliment office, with experiperfect all the little details and we've a good warm for a man to pay a woman," said Betty loftily, glancing at the paper. ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you "What's that?" I demanded. get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come "That," said she, carefully keeping the writing out of range of my eyes, in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber "is a poem." c& jfi J-J-that go into a building "Good heavens!" I ejaculated; and I had some difficulty in maintaining my Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc position on the fence. "Do you mean to say that somo other man has been writing verses to you?" Todd-Edward"It came by post last night," said Betty calmly. Phone 100 Corner Orchard and Main-s- t Richmond, Kentucky "Do you know who sent it?" "But of course, since it was signed." "Who?" "If you're so savage about It I sha'n't tell you," Betty is not above "Let's see it," said I. "I'll read it to you," she answered. Will have three great Stallions at his evading my fingers. Notice! Stable for the Season of 1912. I dare not ask a kiss, I dare not beg a smile. 4-11-44 Lest, having that or this, LORD RION I tnlcht grow proud the while; No. no, the utmost share Race record 2:20 by the great Arion CURES OC my desire shall be 2:071-4- , out of Madge Fullerton 2i21, Only to kiss the air Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecK, Roup, Canker,, That lately kissed thee. Great brood mare list fee $25.00 living uiarrnoea and all Diseases of Poultry colt. "Oh, ho!" said I, concealing a smile, Mm Ke BiTwt. BuAuwn. Ky, urc "I bin on! Rrape 1 "Is the wind in that quarter?" for 70a tsd tlmMt ike lot ixtoy remedy nude. Itciirngipesudlimbenrakwithoatful. MARK HANNA "What's the matter?" asked Betty, Recipe dropptd dVnra B"i"V Ky . un: "Otx drop ofItii the beat preraitie lhYe evertie 131 of a gtpug dacleaklVwmejKlfelinatrMcbickiiuUallr. iued. (Better known as the Jake Herndon "Don't you like it?" ffl. and Gturanttcd by J. Bobu Crume, Birditown, Ky. Price 50c at all Draggle. "His own composition, I suppose," I horse) Registered saddle stallion MLO BY Lynn Boyd 90. Dam Helen B. 373 by advanced warily. "I should hope he hadn't hired Abe an Meter. Helen B. is also the somebody to write it for him," she dam of a gelding that sold for $1750.00. flashed. Mark Hanna has proven to be the best "'Call for the robin redbreast and RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. breeder of saddle and business horses the wren," " said I. "The man needa to that ever stood in Madison county. Fee be buried." $15.00 for a living colt. "You don't like it?" "Who sent it?" I demanded. Her answer was discreet. Betty smiled tantalizingly. "it's not The greatest Spotted Pony Stud alive. necessary to tell all one knows," said His colts that are coming this spring are she. "All right" a grand lot. Fee $12.00 for a living colt, "Why do you want to know?" ques ROBT. WALKER tioned the lady. 43-"I thought it would be Interesting to RICHMOND. KY know who was palming oft another man's verses as his own." "What do you mean?" Childish Belief. "Of course you know It Isn't orig Yes, children believe plenty of queer things. I suppose all ot you have inal; it was really copied from an old had the pocketbook fever when you poet" were little. What do I mean? Why "Really?" said Betty, and the little ripping up old pocketbooks In the smile danced back Into her eyes. Arm belief that bank bills to an im "Read your Herrlck," said I. mense amount were hidden in them "Why didn't you say so at first?""" So, too, you must all remember some "It's not necessary to tell all one splendid unfulfilled promise ot some knows." body or other, which fed you with "But you said it was tommy-rot.- " hopes perhaps for years, and which "Just to find what you'd say In releft a blank In your life which noth turn." And again I offered my hand. Successor to Tate & Son mg naa ever tilled up. Holmes. She tilted her chin like the haughty young lady In the play. L. Main I went Just a step nearer, and looked A Destructive Success. up Into her eyes. "There's one 1 "What has become of that man who haven't quoted," I said quietly, "but U aJd Mars Is habitable?" "He made tells my heart better than all the oth the mistake of convincing too many ers. It goes: yeopie. mere wasn't enough skepti Simply take what this rime Is worth! cism to keep up a fairly Interesting Knowing I love you as sun the sod vuuiruvery On the ripening side of the great rouni earth That turns in tho smllo of God. time I was so run down and debilitated that I could hardly drag around. My appetite was poor and I could not sleep nights. I had tried different 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 mo a hearty appetite, I soon commenced to sleep soundly, and I feel strong, well and more active than I have for years. Every rundown 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 we claim. Come In and get a bottle on run-dow- n NortK Carolina Man Suggests a Remedy Greensboro, N. C. ''For a long CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY By A. W. MACY. THREE REGICIDES ICA. IN AMER- these terms. WearWell5hoe Men" $4.00 'The B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Richmond, Ky Found Valuable Pearl. 1 Special" at $3 5)350. We have the new things that the ladies want White Buck pumps that are guaranteed to ouede, Velvet and Gun & Hutchins famous agency women. We have the sole agency ana ianvas tnem wnite duck Lducator ohoes. we and "Royal hunter the other day found a pearl weighing 47 grains In the waters of Lake Bloteneau. near Shrereport La., said to be one or the largest gems of its kind In the United States. The finder sold It in Shreve-por- t for 250, and the purchaser In turn received J1.500 for the stone. The second owner was a merchant but the third a "professional pearl buyer. This lat values the gem at $10,000. A negro pearl Why Not Build a Home This .Year One of Life's Regrets. Among the lesser regrets that mingle with graver sorrow for the friends of an earlier generation we have lost (Copyright 1911. by Joseph H. Bowleaj are our omissions to ask them so many questions they could have anStrive Always for Higher Things. Sad will be the day for any man swered so easily and would have been pleased to be asked. O. W. when be becomes contented with the thoughts ho Is thinking and the deeds Holmes. he Is doing when there Is not forever beating at the doors of his soul some Most Akin to Love. great desire to do something larger Of all the paths th. t lead to a wom- which he knows that ho was meant an's love, pity's tho stralghtest nd made to do. Phillips Brooks. Beaumont and Fletcher. When Charles I. of England was tried "for high crimes and men misdemeanors," sixty-sevesat as judges. Of these, fifty-eigsigned the death warrant After Charles II. became king, the House of Commons ordered that the regicides be brought to trial. Twenty-fou- r of them were dead, but they were tried Just the same, and condemned. Of were those living, twenty-nin- e tried and condemned to death, of whom ten were executed. Sixteen escaped and went fnto exile; Of these, three cume to America and ended their days here. General William Goffe and his father-in-laGeneral Edward Whalley, lay In hiding at New Haven for three years. Then they went to Hadley, Massachusetts, and probably died there. Colonel John Dlxwell, another regicide, came to New Haven In 1665, and lived there till his death, In 1689. Tims and again the crown officers searched for these men, but were never able to find them, owing to the vigilance of their friends. For many years a hermit living near Narragansett was believed to be one of the escaped regicides, but It was never proven. n ht Snails of Cat Meat. Snails, the only genuine part of which are the shells, are now being sold In Paris, and it is sold that the Imitation of tho real article Is so close that many epicures have a high opinion of the sham product But It is to be presumed that they do not know that the snails are artificial, and they are certainly Ignorant of the method by which the snails are manufactured. Snail shells. It seems, are bought from the dustmen and rag pickers, and after being cleaned are filled with "lights" or cats meat, the soft flesh being cut Into corkscrew form, so as to fit the shell, by a skillfully designed machine. The receptacle Is then sealed by means of liquid fat and the is ready for the consumer. The secret came out In consequence of an action brought by a man employed at the snail factory to recover damagei for a finger mutilated by one of the machines. The artificial snails find a ready market. ot FEEDING For Producion of Eggs This is one very essential point, which you should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they aro supplied with the material from whichJEggs are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds in her feed, ami unless sho is given the proper TONIC regularly, alosg with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGOS. Where Healthiest Children Are Born. The healthiest children are born In houses which have cracks and knot holes in them. 'When the house is tight sealed and hot water radiated, it is said to be "comfortable," but it Is bad for the kiddies. Out on the newer prairies there are sturdy little fellows snuggled down every night in shacks, through which the hungry winter, prowling after dark, blows a little thin stream of cold, ozone laden air across the bed. It has a tonic In IL A nail-hothrough the outside of the house, If not overdone, is worth $25 a year in good feeling. While this Is all true beyond a question, yet when we find a crack In tho outer wall of the house we cry havoc and putty it up. This is the tribute we pay tolhe coal trade. Minneapolis Journal.' The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for ho Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TOXIC whichSi acts quickly upon evory vital part, keeping CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. thn" JJJJ RICHMOND DRUG CO. le s Lumber Go. Building Time Will BOB WALKER soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. Ml work guaranteed. All orders left at this office will reach me Ancient Schooner. The second oldest schooner in the United States is now tied up at Red Beach, nine miles from Calais, her home port. She Is tho Hiram, and she was built 12 years later than the famous old Polly. Her keel was laid down at Biddeford in 1819. and since she was launched the little two-maed schooner has led; a strenuous life up and down the- AthwUc coast. Al though the vessel has been repaired time and again, she still has ner original keel: and bottom, which are In good condition. Sho Is 69.5 feet long; has a gross tonnage cl 67 tons, and carried a crew of three. For many years after he was built the Hiram was commanded by members of the Cook family of that city, and she is now owned by Elmer McDonald of Red Beach. Portland (Me.) Express. st TAYLOR & OLDHAM "Want to show every farmer in Madison county the Best Chilled Plow on Earth The Wm. J. "We Oliver Improved Chilled Plow Poultry Raisers "I. 52777 The Fool Abroad. yhenever a fool gets away from home he seems to be afraid somebody may pas3 him without noticing his foolishness. Chicago Record-Heral- Also the Best Disc Harrow "The Dandy" Carry a Complete Line of 3-- 4, k,.To,:v :::::: 4-- 44 44 STOCKTON & SON, Jeff Stone Why deepens the affections. No one can have a true idea of right until he does It; any genuine reverence for It till he has done It often and with cost; any peace ineffable In It till he does it always and with alacrity. Dr. Maar-Uneau. True Ideal of Right Practical duty enriches the fancy and the heart and action clears and Builders Hardware, Regal Queen Cast and Model 5teel Ranges W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue Richmond, Ky DISTRIBUTOR OP Pay Ftvt Tirms Mori for a ftof than You mtd to? CLEO FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C. Has ao Equal for Farm, Factory and You Don't Have To Fog Hard to Pierce. A dense or thick fog will obscure objects at a distance of 1.000 feet The recent accident to an ocean steamer of the Anchor line illustrates the fact An iceberg was run Into as soon as seen. After the collision the passengers could hear the echo from their voices reflected by the walls ol Ice, though the Iceberg was Invisible to them. Otherwise, there are no echoes at sea. Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York Novel Colorings Worry 4t about impure Seeds if you buy from Residence build-ia- s. water tight seams. L Your Dealer caa furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished 5atisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS MB CKaat Leak Kleeis insure absolutely Two Profits From the Same Landa the bame Time, D. B. McKinney ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO Telephone 35 Street The Diem & Wia Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, I will make it to your interest if you see me before buying Sold by 3'J Ot Todd-Edwar- ds RICHMOND, KY yonr Lumber Co. THE more fertile valueland, greater its and the larger .farm land is made fertile by evenly spreading the proper quantity of stable manure. Therefore, the farmer who uses an I H C manure spreader collects a double profit He markets heavier crops and his land is made more valuable. To find out how this is done, see your local dealer and have him show you an SPRING STYLES Man-Tailored the crop, SPECIAL EXCURSION Made-to-Measu- re The Imperial Double Disc Harrow Betty rested her hand very IIkMIj on my Bhoulder as I leaned agalnsl the fence. "I was just fooling," sale sne soiuy. "Fooling?" "It wasn't sent to me." "But you could use it as a whip ovei my neaa," i chided. "You're not usually afraid ol whips," she smiled. "You said you got it by post" i saia it came by cost - But aot to me. That wasn't a fib." "Perhaps not" said 1 uiuy wio sent It to Ethel Roz era. "Ah, ha," said L "And she was tS nleased that eh. snowed it to me; and I copied It" me up?" un, i meant to teU you in th lo-narr- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, MAY 5, 1912 Suits, Coats, .Dresses Samples shown and measures .'. taken by $.50 Round Trip $.50 Round Trip .Mrs. J3& M0.0RES -;' SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. NICHOLASV1LLE 6:44 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. I H C Manure Spreader Kemp ZOtfl Century Corn Kinf or GoYerleaf The local dealer will show you why an I H C spreader does the best workwhy it makes the most of the manure it spreads. The service he can rendryo 226 Second2St.-- - Richmond : : Ky. Also beautiful line of Suitings, Serges and Mohairs by tho yard. Phone 110. t Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman -- Ed." The forward sections cut the ground and throw it outward. The rear sections work it again and throw it back n. The ground is leveled and pulverized and left in perfect condition for seeding. Once with an Imperial Double Disc does as much work as twice over with a Single Disc and"does it more thoroughly. The time and expense of discing is reduced An ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven foot cut is generally used with three horses. An Imperial Double . Disc of the same width of cut requires only four. The saving pf horse power k accomplished: First, by the form of Xbe machine. The double action of the the two harrows, one attached to and imatalate-lfollowing the other, requires much less than the power of two separate harrows. Seeead, by the shape of the blades. The scalloped blades, though Tetter pulverizers than solid blades, have lest bearing service against the surface they move and consequently have tess draft. JSKmS one-hal-f. lntntaM Little fnvMttlwt. Seme college girls Invented as la fealow anpu-atufor boiling a ktot U. wfcea wanted tea laste efealnff Mk concoction. It is wm or Heavy wire, bent t the ee4a t rect n tbe chaflnz fruM. A fcariware win rake It for. a few eeota, Th krttfe fe Mt tow th fruMwork, whiefc gosmc wftkM tWO InefctB Of tb fTMM. - tkr Big Prices For Hides v " Ulr - y We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and .Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals. and scrap iron. what you have , is worth dollars to yon wmi it costs you nothing. Buy an I H C manure spreader from your local dealer and collect double profit from your farm. with good sense but w had "beauty enough to make her--se- lf highlyagreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy- . tte haw M to Jwmm MdWl WkWv fc MM of tho Simmons & Deatherage tac tho PtwttetfawaitM Ja Pmefc odMrr aright, mad to "Whisk of Braces for fence. Water Repairs.for ail kinds of Machinery. vttJh Bt I HAVE FOR SALE THE Tank. etc.arvJ anv t'aiA boat Infori SSSi0"0 forming. If rn INPI o better . The purpose of this Bureau IMC u tn and satisfaction just drop in among.tbe customers at - taw saateUr nv RICHMOND M. WIDES Phone 343 Laekey & Todd The Home of Low TelepfcoAe62 KENTUCKY ond sSquue Dealing Opera Bouse Building When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home beeomes attractive with new things, "if you follow this plan of adding something new- - every spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. iYoung Men Cannot Bep ! I Correctly Fitted Sin Older Men's Suits i r BENNETT and HIGG1NS UNDER AKING WAKTtD ACTIVE MAN M EACH L0GA1UY MwK ' 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 twenty-fiv- e The young fellow from nineteen to men of his age - We Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the poultry man. 43.tf fiwth benefits. And Introduce our Dr. Russell's Com Remedy does the Membership. All or spare time. $50 3G-to $300 a month. Every Member st- work Wines' Drug Store. eered clres 70a a steady monthly Think of wool a big price, too thrn Experience not needed. Write 43-t- f Covington, Ky. think of Gott. for plans. Box Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. tf Come to Owen McKee. Rich Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. tf To Join 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 Our showing of this Society. Blclr. accident, tf e. Young Men's Spring and Summer Suits 1 JI-29- 3, j ; Suggest When for Pork you pine That you come right here serve you just as Quick as we can, And get in line. "We'll Don't sell your wool until you consult b. Deatherage. He will pay you high est casn prices. tf Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt for $1.00. Telephone 110. 41-W. W Broaddus & Co. Do your corns hurt! Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy. Try it. ' 3G-Wines' Dbuo Stork. Old corn $4.25 per bbL by the load, Send your order to tf tf 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 - $10.00, 12.50, 14.00, 15.00, 16.50, 17.00, $18.00 And you'll find everything tf Arnold & Simmons. Spick and span. T. O. Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 No. of the 17W 5econd-s- t Report of the Condition Madison National Bank at Richmond. Ky., at the close of business. April IS, Mli. County Attorney O. P. Jackson will address the voters of Madison county at Have your furniture put in cood order the Court House next Monday afternoon before spring cleaning. at 1:30 in behalf of Champ Clark. Every & Dozieh, Barlow body invited to be present. 39-- tf 307 East Main street Take your wool to Gott and get the When you go traveling, be sure to get 43-t- f top price. travellers checks from the Madison National Bank. Good the world over. Blue Grass League Opens 43-t- f No indentification required. Today-Gover- nor McCreary te Cal-Sin- "Wool" Deatherage desires to purchase your wool and will pay the highest cash prices for same. tf Thos. A. Sheltoa, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. You will throw your money away if you buy millinery before seeing Mrs. B. E. Balue s prices East Main street. If you like a good blue serge suit at a reasonable price, come to us we have others also price 31G. Rice & Arnold. 4-- if j COVINGTON and BAN BASE BALL Frankfort Winchester Strawberry Supper. The ladies of the Baptist church will give a strawberry supper early in tho season and at same time and place will have on sale aprons and sun bonnets. Date will be announced later. Speaking Next Monday. - A Noble Woman Gone. In Memoriam. Little Lucy Wednesday and Thursday Friday and Saturday Boosters Given Hearty Reception. A typical Southern welcome await ed the members of the Cincinnati excursion Commercial Association party upon their arrival here. The special train of eleven cars attracted considerable attention at the station. The music by Weber's prize band was a feature of the visit. There were d addresses by the visitors and pennants, were presented to the ladles. A souvenir booklet and literature concerning Cincinnati were also distributed. At all the towns visited by tho excursionists they have been accorded a hearty welcome and Invited to come again. Many new friendships were formed and old ones renewed during the short stop here. There is a very close relationship between the commercial interests of this town and Cincinnati. Talks Illustrated with moUon pictures and stereopUcon pictures showing the great improvement being made in Cincinnati and the South are a feature of the night meetings. To educate the people ot Cincinnati on tho progress which the South is making, thereby stimulating interest in this territory among the manufacturers and jobbers of the Queen City, Is the object of the excursions to the South being made under the auspices of the Cincinnati Commercial Asso ciation, the second ot which has just visited this city. The 1912 excursion covers 825 miles in Kentucky and Tennessee, visiting 37 cities and towns. The party is traveling in a special train of eleven cars, is accompanied by Weber's band, and in each ot the towns programs are being carried out, conslsUng of music, speeches and distribution "f souvenirs "V t and literature. gaily-colore- o stock owners use Will be Present Veterinary Remedies. All medicine The fifth anniversary of the Blue RESOURCES no filler. For sale by Stockton & Son, Grass Base Ball League will open today usans and discounts.. SXU.217 53 druggists,Richmond,Ky., Agents. ovrrdraftssecuredand unsecured 7,230 03 at Pioneer Park. The"Lawmakers" lUU.lXU 03 iionas to secu recirculation.. Let us give you a bid on your house from Frankfort will open the season in 1 . & Bonds to 6ecure postal savin cs 2100 00 painting, outside oi inside. Only best this city and will remain for another Other Bonds to secure postal savings 1.000 00 material used. Workmanship guaran- game tomorrow. urcat preparations 03 lYrmium on Bonds teed. Barlow & Dozier, have been made for this occasion and liankinc house, furniture and 7.O0O 03 30-fixtures 307 East Main street. one of the largest parades ever seen in from National Banks (not re-De 7316 97 Kerve n cents) It has long been a Democratic custom this city will take place this afternoon, Due from Stotcand private banks end bankers. Trust Companies, in Madison county to give a second term when the ball teams, headed by tho 033 S6 end Savings Banks from approved reserve a cents 35.73S 59 to those officials who perform their duty Richmond band, will proceed to the KB 4S wellduring the first term of office.and you park, followed by automobiles, carriat hecks and other cash items Notes of other National banks 7.535 00 I ractional paper currency, nickels can make no mistake by deciding to cast ges, etc. The parade will form on 33 25 and cents Water street, rear of Hotel Glyndon. your vote for R. B. Terrill for Ls ul money reserve In bank viz Specie .$30,010 00 to the office of County Court Clerk. proceed to Lancaster avenue thence gj.310 CO 2330 notes Lecal tender Redemption fund with U. S. Treas His record is open for the closest inspec- down Main to ball park. As announced 5,000 00 i.j per cent of circulation) tion, tf in last issue of tho Climax Governor McCreary will be present and will pitch the $302,737 C8 Total Phaeton For Sale. first ball of the season. LIABILITIES Good phaeton, nearly new, will be sold C zpital Stock paid In 'Bill" Fisher, secured, from Louis ....JSUJOJXO 00 --jri.liie fund GO.OU0 00 on street Court Day. ville, arrived last week and assumed ndivided profits, less expenses l and taxes paid Mrs. J. W. Zabino. active management of the Pioneers, and 2590 49 National bank notes outstanding 9J00 03 will hold down first sack. In his first 1,617 11 liac to other National banks Democratic Meeting. Due to State and private banks workout Fisher completely captivated l.iSS 72 and bankers The Democrats of Madison county,are the local fans both as a player and mana Individual deposits subject to 227.536 M requested to meet at the Court House check . ger, and he brings with him a splendid 1.5a; 20 Festal sa vines deposits -. 8,710 03 Saturday, May 4, at 2 o'clock. Let record with the Pacific Coast League. Reserved for taxes 4302.737 OS every Democrat who possibly can, attend TotaL Mr. Fisher is a polished gentleman this meeting. '"late of Kentucky L and undoubtedly understands every de88 County of Madison I RobL R. Burnam. Cashier of the above Special Court Day Bargains. tail of the game. The warm sun of the earned bank, do solemnly swear that the past week has enabled the players to c jove statement is true to the best of my There will be some splendid bargains get in good condition and a fine game knowledge and belief. Monday, County offered in pianos next Robt. R. Burnam. Cashier. may be expected this afternoon. Mana Subscribed and sworn to before me, thl Court Day. Don't fail to call and see ger Fisher has not had charge of the T:h day of April. 1912. Will be on sale at these instruments. A. M. Davison. Notary Public My Commission Expires Jan. 29.19H Mrs. Bettie Parks' residence, 229 North team long enough to decide the correct line-u- p and batting order for the game Correct- - Attest: Second street. Telephone 101. N. B. DEATHERAGE this afternoon, but the probable team WALLER BENNETT Chester Green, will be as follows: Haines, catcher; W. S. MOBERLEV With Star Piano Co. Directors Black, pitcher; Fisher, first base; Baird, second base; Harris, short; Kyle, Dowdell, or Wlntz, third base; Munn or, Genter, right field; Lainhart, center field and Bramlage, left field. The following letter has been received from Governor McCreary: April 23, 1912. Mr. W. E. Blanton, President, Richmond Baseball Club, Richmond, Kentucky. Dear Sir: Yours of tho eighteenth instant was duly received. I am honored by your statement that the Base Ball Association and the citizens, generally, desire me to be present at the opening game of the Blue Grass League, and I will be glad to open the gamo in such a manner as you may suggest. I wish the Blue Grase League, and especially the Richmond Base Ball Club, great success, and hope that Richmond will win the pennant. I expect to come to Richmond Tuesday evening, April 30, and will stop at the Glyndon Hotel. Very sincerely, James B. McCreary. 43-6tf e 1 Inspects Paris Chapter. Mr. Robert R. Burnam, of Richmond, Past Grand High Priest of Kentucky, accompanied by Mr. D. B. Shackelford, were visitors in Paris Monday, and in spected Paris Chapter No. 15. Royal Arch Masons, in Wilson building, Mon day evening. While in Paris they were guests of Charles A. McMillian, at his home on Stoner avenue. Paris Ken- tuckian-Cilizc- Spring Sale Now On. Mr. E. V. Elder advertises in this is g sue of The Climax a special sale of everything in his vast emporium. Sale began Saturday and will continue until Monday, May 0. This is a splen did opportunity to secure the choicest selections of everything in the dry goods line at remancably low prices. Read his advertisement and take advantage of the many bargains that awaits you. mid-sprin- Federal Court The following cases were tried in tho Federal Court last week, all of which were for violating the internal revenue laws: United States vs. John E. Howard, $200. Same vs. Jerry McClure, 30 days and 8100. FOSTER'S OPAL By actual test we have demonstrated first: That with only eight pounds of fuel FOSTER'S OPAL will cook a meal, bake two .pans of biscuits, one after the other and neat twelve quarts of dish water in the reservior and all ia forty minutes f ro the time of lighting the match. Seood: Three bushels of soft coal will do all t&e cooking smd baking for a large family for Yours very truly, a full week. . High quality low prices .B.E.Baluo's & Co's Millinery East Main Street.45-t- f An All Cast Range With a Record : : Real Estate Deals. Mr. W. F. Park has purchased from Mr. H. H. Williams his residence locat- ed on Jack's Creek and Lexington pikes, paying for suae 93,000, poseeasic-- a to be given Sept. 1. Mr. Williams purchased from Mrs. Howard Neale tea acres of land on the Lexington pike for 92,750. Mr. Willkaas will erect a reeMesce on Mr. this property during the summer. W. Q. Park, see of W. F. Park, will occupy the Williams' midoaae about Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Lipsooaib, of this itv. ate retaieiat: ever tha arrival at their baaae, oa April 18, of sea, Lyawut Ltpeo nb. i a alaasot iBirt. aartatoly adds great- Try a Maahat- ly to a man's eomfort. Arnold. J tan. .RkwJt Same vs. Joe Million, one year and one day in penitentiary and 3100. Same vs. Nat Wilson, one year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. Mose Blakeman, 30 days and $100. Samo vs. W. J. Landrum, six months and $500. Same vs. James Price, ono year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. Hunt Perry, misappropriat e funds, $300. ing Same vs. Harrison Brinaker, GO days. Same vs. AVm.Lakes,30 days and $100. Same vs. John Walker, ono year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. Perry Jenkins, one year and ono day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. John Wilson, Jr., 5 months and $100. Same vs. Joo Sizemcro, 30 days. Same vs. Wm. Shelton, alias Stevens, 3 months and $100. Samo vs. David Banks, 30 days. Same vs. John Singleton, 30 days and $100. Same vs. Elihu Gabbard, one year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. Red Emerson, 30 days and $100. Same vs. John Maupin, CO days. Same vs. Andy Rowland, 30 days and $100. Same vs. W. T. Combs, 30 days and $100. Same vs. Arthur Bates, one year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs. Jesse Russell, one year and one day in penitentiary and $100. Same vs.Lafe Reilly,30 days aad 1100. Same vs. James P. Estill, 30 days and post-offic- To Improve Gas Service. Mr. Guy O. Androws, an expert gas man from Portland, Maine, will be in Richmond during the month of May to inspect the gas service of Richmond Water & Light Co., for the purpose of improving the service furnished to our people and giving demonstrations at the office of the company, and at the office ot the Richmond Heating & Plumbing Co., of the advantages of lighting, cooking and heating water with gas. During Mr. Andrews's stay in Richmond tho company will offer special terms and iducements on gas stoves and water heaters. For health and convenience, every home in Richmond should have a gas stove and water heater. Mr. 0NeiI Appointed Inspector. B., infant daughter of Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth A. smith, wife of Hon. W. B Smith, after a long illness, passed and Mrs. C. C. MacDonald, was born away at their home Saturday, April 27th, July 4, 1010. She was stricken with an 1912. Few women of our community abscess in tho middle ear on April C, were better known and none will be 1912, which developed into meningitis more sadly missed. Mrs. Smith sprung of the brain, and suffered intensely until from pioneer stock, being the daughter April 20, 1912, when death relieved her. For the paJnfc you want to use during Spring Immg' of John W. Parkes and Nancy Snoddy, Everything was done for her that love cleaning. There are many little things yow w$fi and was born in Madison county, July and skill could suggest, but without want to brighten up. There is porch furniture to 8th, 1833. With the exception of a few avail, and slowly her fair young life be brighened up or the mop board, perhaps tfed teg years of her early married life in Mis ebbed away. Her stay on earth was so souri, she spent her entire life in this short, having come as a ray of sunshine of a chair ought to be retouched, or maybe iiowir county. Here, live nearly all of her to the home of her parents and grandbox or some other small article. is the Hitle o and a halt people. In all the relations of life as parents, only twenty-onmonths before.. things that help make the home bright and aliasBut short as her stay wife, mother, and friend she fulfilled months will bo the high Heals established and so long was those twenty-on-e ing in appearance. We have the paint yoi need Wo will try to maintained by Kentucky womanhood pleasant to remember. for every job. Large and small cans all colors No wife ever gavo more of her life than be comforted with tho thought that sho : : also varnish, stains, and paint remover. rests sweetly in the arms of "Jesus." sho did to encourage, sustain and help the husband of her early womanhood. Her going leaves one less tie to bind us No small portion of his success in life to earth; one more to draw us to heaven. can be attributed to her, who, for fifty-eig- Wre will try to learn to say through tears "Not our will but years, "vas his help-mat- e and coun- and heart aches, selor. Tho love she bestowed on her thine be doue," and trustfully resign children and grandchildren equaled that our tlarlmg into her Father s hands, given her husband. There was no sacri fondly hoping $hat in a brigtit hereafter, fice she would not and did not willingly we, with the daughter and eon left bemake for them. The great purpose and hind, will meet Lucy B. in fadeless hope of her life was for their welfare beauty and immortal youth. Her Mother. The People's Stock Remedy and happiness. To and for them she Grass Wanted. gave an unstinted portion and surely as At this season you should not ha For Sale. without a imimana t The the years come and go they will rise up For a few oattle for the season. Seven-roodwelling in excellent reStock Remedy; Mati jOc to call her blessed. Her friends wero to Thes. P. Mink, R. D. No. 2, Richcut or wound by Oure that eM pair, good water, large garden, fruits. numbered by her acquaintances only. afTP&W The Pearfe's Antiseptic Haat-to- g Apply to Miss K. V. Schmidt, Second mond, Ky., or Note on P. Cay, Thoughtful, considerate, just, many Powdetir. Sow ty KichaMMMl Drag Ky. 3D-44 3t 4'Wk. Qamyaaf. sought her aid and none were ever dens-- , Street Millinery Store. ed it. The worthy poor, white and1 black alike, wer8 never turned from her Hearing the call door empty handed. of the lowly Nazarene in the words. Seek me early and ye shall find me, she gave her heart to Christ in early life and connected herself with the Christian church, of which, to the end, she remained a consecrated and devoted member. Many were the servants of God who found shelter under her hospitable roof, from it too, she derived comfort, hope and consolation. As sorrow and sickness came her faith never waned, but grew brighter and brighter unto the perfect day. As the end drew near her mind went back to earlier days and frequently she called names of those who long ago had passed away. May we not think and believe that her dying eyes read the mystic meaning which only the soft and parting soul may know; may we not believe that in the silence of the receiving world she felt already upon her wasted brow the breath of the eternal morning! "And with the morn those angel faces smile, "Which she had lived since, and last awhile." Besides her husband, she leaves three daughters, Mrs. John S. Park, of Los Vegas, Nevada; Mrs. Robert R. Burnam and Mrs. W. G. White,both or this city; besides several brothers and sisters, all prominent citizens of this county. Funeral services wero conducted Monday afternoon at the residence on the Summit by Revs. E. B. Barnes, D. H. Scanlon and Edmund Burnam, followed by interment in the Richmond cemetery. Ask Perry It 4, ht Perry's Drug Store Telephone 75 wa iuit? 00? Every one you want ana at i Suits for men. it rds Mr. T. O. O'Nell has beeq appointed by tho Fiscal Court inspector of weights and measures for Madison county. Mr. Tribbie Property Taken Down. The residence on Maia street of the late Dudley Tribbie, advertised to be sold at public actiea Saturday, waa taken down, ta highest priee offered being $,900. Fan lag impleaaaate sold and good ptiees realised for BIRTHS. W. D. Buckley & Company O'Neil has served tho city for many years in the capacity of collector, and was one of the most painstaking, polite and accommodating officials connected with the local government during the years of his administration. His selec tion by the Fiscal Court will meet with Special Train the hearty approval of everyone ac via Quean & Creieiat Boata to Maaoa, quainted with this splendid gentleman and citizen, and that he will make good Ala., for the Uaitad Ctafedorata Veterans RaaaioB, wiM leave Nieholaevilk in his mw office goes without saying. tm. 4:38 p. m., May h. Rotted trip fate Same 'vs. Sfeaag Lilly,30 days and 1100 from Xioae) vitta, Far further Appointed Postmaster. vs. W. A. Stewart, W days, i formation, afntjr Wo nearest TVaket Mr. Brown Buf ard har been appointed vs. D. W. Mattpta, M days. A goat ar.H. O. Xia , P. T. A., Lax- peatmaeter of Kkbolasvllle. gasaa vs. Jefca McDanaa!, 30 days, Mr. Bit-foKy. is a yarawial frUod of Sanator "W. gaaas vs. Heery Hiato, 90 days aad Ladttat' and ahthti iii's shoos im waif O, Brad jay and has maay aoquaiotaaa tm. Court adjoeuroad Thursday until Mon- in this city and ooturty who will of pleased to karn f his appoint in wa have them. day of thk weak whan the buiiiu f BnaAAanouh. VMHMeVMMNBMBHMHBMaVMBi this capacity. the present term will be disposed of. we .. rd THERS .fl , mt II I 8 account of the late ON spring and inclement weather, we find ourselves Our buyers overstocked. 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 I " flj The Mightiest Merchandise Event Ever Held in Richmond Don't Fail to Attend This Sale A Great Great Stock Reducing & it means a great Cash Saving to you. Sacrifice Take advantage of our fortune mis- Better Come Early g 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 disposal of desirable Spring Milli- 9 In this department especially are 10 Days eled Bargain Giving Starts Satu rd ay, April 27 IP Days BtT Closes Monday, IVIay 6 Have you bought your Lace Curtains, Table Linens, Carpets, Druggets, etc., for house cleaning? Have you nought your 5hoes, 51ippers, 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 5pring Goods that we are compelled to either sell or build another store. WL ARE GOING TO SELL Bed Spreads Very choice, white crochet, with or without corners, beautiful patterns, 1.50 values - 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-spread- s, hemmed ready for use, choice designs regular 1.25 values x 98c Fine white satin large size, fringed, with or without corners, 'regular Bed--spread- Special 12.50, 9x12 Brussels, now t Beautify Your Home This Spring With a New Drugget s 9S s, ; Dress Goods at Pitiful Prices Other Druggets up to 17.9S Tremendous disposal of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Etc., and an endless variety of Small Ru-at reduced prices s 2J50 values ' ' $1.95 75c Sheets..' G2c 15c Pillow Cases. ,12Ac LACE CURTAINS Very carefully selected stock of unmatehable Curtains. When you "spring clean" your house you want them anu can auord to buy at these prices oc a pair, now , 29e " Cuatains worth 1.00 a pair, now sgc .. . Curtains worth 2.00 a pair, now . .. . . . . . . . . 9Sc Curtains worth 5.00 a pair, now . . .. . . . . . . . o 93 9oe value, choice patterns, now k1 !! f ! ; Jl L. t o Ci! ft nns T.inonc abundance and at such prices you cannot afford to overlook "P-r-l description, quality that staggers competition and prices for 10 davstlintsf.nrf.1ps the imagination. Voiles, Marqusets, Flax- ? Beautiful', beautiful indeed, are our spring patterns in Dress Goods. Beauty that s de-lie- Everything in the Entire Store Reduced 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 Ladies' fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats Extra choice bleached Damask, 70 inches wide, 75cyard reoilar i1eif6remost tfur.can hew suit, we are ss in two weeks. manu-Ver- y latest style, certaily we are mak- af-udili- deep flounce and ruffles, would be cheap at 1.50, sale price ..98c Ladies' fine BJack Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, our regular price 2.00, now 1.24 Five dollar Black Silk Petticoats 3.24 McCalt 452S-LAD- ' onailfttlci f Pitt .bettor than llirebmp to thif sale. naebr Selected material ' ERZTJ Price, 15 cents IES' Fine Huek Towels, 18x36, white with red borders, never sold under 15e, go at 8c "X 2,50 Suits $5.93 1.9S $ajs galore, rders on !aluels.;i but the 2ppjyn upon the We show Tremendous Stock of Spring Footwear Upon our soles half Madison county is walking. Whjt Because: $4.00 White Buckskin Shoes; 10 button, sale price S2.9S $1.00 " Slippers and Pumps, sale price 2.03 Others in Tans, Velvets, Black Tatent Leather, Gun Metal, VelourCalf, Dull Chravel, etc., in pumps, straps, button and laco. Sizes 2 to 8, Lasts A to EB and all at surprisingly low prices 1 $1.50 R. & G. and American Beautr Corsets S1.21 31.00 Ladies' New Spring Shirt Waists Here you'll find the biggest surprise of the sale. i , . S1.50 and S2 S.imnla Shinf wn; r. ww 7 "ua" opeciai Tice vrSP s, latGSt Style' mi the nicel' iIored and beauti- fuUv 1 trTmare ' 1 m hirts pas been cut R.&Q. and American Boauty Corsets, SOc Other Ladies' Waists, 89, 68 and 48c TLJttt, S lr!:lIy,,r-0luccd Prlce3- vuiiurun Everything in for men, women and Extra Good Heavy Toweling at 4c yard aj;!SSS2a Handkerchiefs txtra values gents plain u.!!lue iserchiefs li In and fancy