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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR " - ft In s- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912 NUMBER 46, FOR Frankness and Friendship. . "Do not allow a trivial misunderstand njr to wither the blossom of sprinc." It Is his intimate knowledge of the Hay, Oats and Stiw SEE L. R. JBlaiiton Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 In Noah's Time . human heart that will make Dickens always beloved. You cannot read any one of his bookr and not find this wonderfully keen in sight and sympathy. Always he counsels frankness among friends, as well as among enemies. He was without doubt, a good hater he could bo keen almost to cruelty but he could botind! Doubtless he suffered much from mis understandings, for he is faithful in his admonition to speak boldly when a mis understanding occurs. Many of his mast touching situations hang on a lack of ingenuousness. The small hurts that we carry deep in our hearts cause keener suffering than the open wounds It is easy to come to an understanding in an open quarrel. It is almost impossible to clear up a misunderstanding when one of the parties does not know what is the matter. If you have a Grievance, co to the one with whom you are at variance and ask to be set right. If the friendship is worthy of the name the trouble will be cleared up and all will be foreiven and forgotten. Shakespeare says "to be wroth with one we love doth work like madness in the brain." Small injuries crow bv contemrjlation. Hurts that are but a thorn in the flesh fester and poison all existence. Be frank. Ask why and. if you are wrong", be forgiven. If your friend is wrong forgive and bo happy in doing it. "Forgiveness kills e The ache, and covers up our wounds; Forgiveness cleanses like a spiritual old-tim- LI YAL BAKING EASY WHITE HALL ITEM5. Miss Margaretta Smith has been in our midst for two weeks, nursing the sick. The Sunday School at Boonesboro is planning to have another tent meeting soon. THE STEARNS & FOSTER BAfCfNO POWDE Master Jennings Weaver is spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Granville Clark. Rev. W. M. McClendon preached at Mt. Pleasant Sunday morning and eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Parke attended fish fry given by the Fraternal MATTRESS fMME OAfEVEfiy GEMME MATTfiESS) LAYERS OF COTTON VX ' f " y-f- Absolutely Ptre HAKES HOME Brotherhood Lodge of Athens Tuesday night of last week. and Mrs. Walter Kidwell are receiving the congratulations of their many friends over the arrival of a hand some daughter. Mr. Mr. Ashford Perkins, of Idaho, ar rived Wednesday to be with his mother and brother, whom he has not seen for several years. Mrs. Mabley Perkins has been quite sick for several days from a stroke of paralysis, but has been some better for the last few days. Dr. John Perkins and his brother, lames, from Oklahoma, who have been with us for several days, was called here on account of their mother's illness. Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ;SSv I I f 1 STAND1N6 NEARLY V 1 THREE FEET HIGH AREr SXV miirai f fi Y unusual springiness J Jr tfllS rabTlit COMFORT AND COMPRESSED TO 0HES!XTH-THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF 1 I1 ffft f I;MM ylM 'WCr' a. . - .? t...l. V : . J Uf: - $r:"-:. ".- ,:" !' ''?''' c Hr lc - - ' Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs George Phelps are glad to see them at homo again after an extended visit of several weeks to friends and relatives in tho West. ZEMO 50AP FREE The Wise Mule. You will say 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 flame. And hushes all the heartbreaks world." THE McQAUQHEY and nights of blowing and sousing would have been like zephyrs and dew to their wonderful weather-and-water-resist-ing For forty days Quite a number of f riend3 and rela A mnle is not as stupid as some wise people think. Where a horse, given the tives attended the funeral of Mrs. Wilof the Declared to Most opportunity, will kill himself on grain, a liam McCord, of Lexington, which was Wonderful Medicated mule will only cat enough to satisfy his conducted at Mt. Pleasant by Brother Known. hunger, no matter what abundance lies Mark Collis, of Lexington. about him. A mule, in a word, never Mrs. T. H. Pakke. With every trial bottle of the overeats. A mule is careful of his digesNow is the time to get rid of your wonderful Zemo for all skin atllictions; tion, which ho thoroughly understands. you get a free trial cake of Zemo Soap, Thus, when fatigued, he takes a good rheumatism. You can do it by apply- be the I "I never knew a Mattress could be That's so Comfortaik.5 5oap 25-ce- I! Studio has been removed from the Schlegel building to the Clay building on fence material. Moreover, Noah could have penned his whole menagerie in an American Fence enclosure, for there's no beast of the field" that can jam or ram it down. Main street and is now open for business in the new location. Pretty good fence for your fram, Neighbor! You'll find it out, when you see the many different weights and styles the best medicated soap produced; also their guide book on how to care for the skin and remove all trace of disease. Zemo soap lathers fine, makes tho hands smooth, is a dandy head wash and you ill grow to depend upon it. Zemo liquid cures all skin irritations and makes children happy. Eeturn tho bottle of Zemo if you don't like it and get your 25 cents as it is fully guaranteed by druggists everywhere and in Rich mond by Perry's Drug Store. Zemo and Zemo Soap are prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St.Louis.Mo., and their guarantee is as good as gold. long been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty wellduring the first term of office, and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast re-el- rest before attacking his fodder. The mule is aware that the gastric juices will not flow when the muscles are tired out. A mule knows the evils of over work, and under no circumstances will ho allow a driver to push him beyond A mule never worries. his strength. The horse, a temperamental creature, frets itself into a nervous breakdown over a piece of white paper, but a mule, in the presence, of an earthquake, remains calm, cats heartily and keeps up his health and spirits. ing Chamberlain's Linement and mas. saging the parts freely at each applica tion. For sale by all dealers. lm i jus! what satisfied users of Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are saying. Yob it to yourself to have a Steams & Fosler in your home and enjoy reft that u owe Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's reft on a Steam & FoAer Mattran coSs too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Steams & h oiler Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds- of Ettle web Ccjb-fortable, Which Do You 5ee? The nessimist sees the thorns on the roses; the optimist sees the roses on the thorns. forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Sanding nearly tkree tact Ugh. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTthex adfjasi height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to uil the proper tension, so as to be &. H y;t i half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfeft relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foster Mattress. Well gladf do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Steanu & Foster aazre. A moil Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. firm, Strawberry 5upper. The ladies of the Baptist church will give a strawborry supper early in the season and at same time and place will have on sale aprons and sun bonnets. 2t Date will be announced later. It has The S c h 1 eg e 1 Studio is closed D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. your vote for R. It. Terrill for "Wool" Deatherago desires to purtion to the office of County Court Clork. His record is open for tho closest inspec chase your wool and will pay the high tion. tf tf est cash prices for same. efficiency depends upon your condition. Scott's Emulsion builds, strengthens and sustains robust health. - am Draggut. Scott &Bowne. Btootufield, N J 12-- OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J 36 W. S. O. 229 R. O. L. 8 E The hustling Cash Stor f Are You Ready or Sprino Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? fckve 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 Men's and Boys' Suits ' We have what you want and - at Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. values never before offered so low. You know we specialize $J0t00 and $15.00 Suits for men. Boys' Suits at all prices. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords Inall styles , New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords T.JE Tilt brand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. " j AH Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Them ; 1 HAMILTON BROTHERS i v . . 9 a . merry new clothes for erry nay Merriment the every vidual; merry. vas meant The clothes ve are "individual" clothes. They give us individuality; they will give you out Individuality. Ve not only stll distinct clothes, but ve sell ttam at prices distinctly just. Ve want your trade as Ung as you live; ve knov th vay get it is give you go4s at short profits. John Mr. David Martin, of Conway, is visitNew Soda Fountain. . . New Machine Installed at Colored High School Closes ing relatives in this city. One of the handsomest and most elaPost-offic- e, With Appropriate Exercises. Mr. Allen Zaring was in Lexington . borate soda fountains in Central one day last week. On Friday night of this week the anhas been installed in the drug in order to facilitate the increased Mrs. C. D. Miller and Miss Elizabeth nual commencement exercises of the Btore of Mr. Henry L. Perry. The Miller were in Lexington Saturday. entire business at the Richmond postolHce, tho Colored High School will be held in the structure is of beautiful marble with government has had shipped to this Mr. Joe B. Willis, of Crab Orchard, is school auditorium. A splendid program German silver mountings. It is tho city an electric stamping machine with, spending several days with friends in of chorus, instrumental and vocal music, this city. latest improvement in the way of sanita- a capacity of 18,000 cancellations ' per essays and orations has been arranged tion and is iceless, as tho storage cells hour. The machino has arrived and is Miss Eva Mundy, of Harrodsburg, left for her home last Friday, after an eight The address will bo delivered by Prof. for the ico cream are so regulated as to now under course of construction and weeks stay as trimmer with Douglas & G. P. Russoll, Supervisor of tho Lexing- supply the noccssary tetnporaturo to will be erected and in oporation not Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minMarch, the milliners. ton City Schools. The graduating class keep the contents of tho mammoth foun- later than Juno 1. The installation or ute" as we constantly watch the market Mr. E C. Parrish, Of Louisville, visit- numbers eight. The annual sermon was tain at a freezing point. Mr. Porry statwill enablo the ed relatives hero yesterday. Mr Parrish preached Sunday by Rev. E. B. Barnes, ed that this improvement was mado in tho electric mnchino for new and worthy goods, and we rerecently moved from Texas to the Falls at which lime a splendid musical pro- order to be in position to properly caro employees at tho postofllco to distribute 1 h spectfully invite your attention to our of City, and is delighted with his new gram was rondercd. The Richmond for his greatly increased business in this and care for tho mails in home. particular line. tho timo formerly required. line of Colored School ranks with the bet in It is with deep regret that the friends State and too much praise cannot be of Mrr. Carlo B. Brittain learn of her the intended removal to Washington City to bestowed on the principal and faculty of live. Mrs. Brittain expects to leave for excellent work done. about first of June. Fills Place of Father. Miss Jeannett Pates entertained with dinner last Monday night in ay At a meeting of tho directors of the About honor of her birth anniversary. twenty-fiv- e couples were present and a Lincoln County National Bank, Hon. most delightful and enjoyable evening William it. bhanks was elected presiwas spent. dent to fill vacancy caused by the death Belts, in Miss Tennie White is visiting her of his father, S. H. Shanks. brother, Mr. J R. White, in Richmond wm-MmevWork of Commercial Club. Mr.Burton Smith, of Richthis week mond, spent from Saturday until MonA utiautauqua for Kichmond is now day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. in an assured fact. Tho Commercial Club W. Smith. Estill Herald. undertook the enterprise some months one these, for Tailored has more Prof. T. J. Coates was a welcomo Whilo aeo, but being unable to secure a satis visitor to Richmond last week. possesses are of sustained here he informed his friends of the ar- factory program, tho matter was held in for Waists in rival of a new daughter at his home in abeyance for a time. A first class pro Frankfort. The little lady, who is now a month old, has the name of Delia gram has been finally agreed upon and contract signed for week beginning Juno the life Marie. Call and see us as we are now ready to Dr. Curtis Burnam, of Baltimore, ar- 27 and taking in July 4. Credit is due made of take care of you on all Fall and Winter rived last week for a visit to his parents, tho Commercial Club for the week of Dr. enjoyment, pleasure and profit. Judge and Mrs. A. R. Burnam. Goods the wears Burnam's wife has been in this city for several weeks and will accompany her Superintendents Convocation looks Lead. husband to Baltimore on completion of The Sixth Annual Convocation of his vacation. convened in Shoe all colors, always Mrs. Laura Coleman, of Toronto, Can County Superintendents SCHLOSS ada, is visitine Mr. and Mrs. Coleman regular session May 1, at "Eastern Ken Fine Clothis Mikirs gives a clear, beautiful, living finMrs. tucky Stato Normal School, this city, Wallace on West Main street. to Baltimore and New Yeik Coleman is a sister of the late W. E. with Miss Ora L. Adams, of tho Normal, bleary, Luxon and has many friends here, who counties will extend her a cordial welcome dur in the chair. The sixty-eigincluded in tho Eastern District were I of dead, dull ing her stay in the city. The discussions of the Mr. C. T. Taylor, General Agent for represented. AND Kentucky Growers Insurance Co., is four days session were interesting and Then, too, it pays to come to a store where they are visitine in Richmond this week, the valuable Houso Bill 215 was discussed able to advise you and help you to get the most good truest of Mrs.A.T.Million.hls sister. Mr in detail and its provisions endorsed by KSUUES EVERY WECIESSiT IT Taylor has lived in Lexington for eight majority of those presont. The Sup out of paint. If you read this ad. you will know where ASK THE "WOMAN WHO WEARS THEM years, and comes back to ms native a THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Items of Interest Reiardiaf Home- home, where he is cordially received by erintendents wero agreed upon the ad such a store is right in this very town. his old mends. visability of organizing themselves into folk and Others. (Incorporated.) Dr. Carl Grant, of Winchester, and a permanent association, and a com Besides the House Paint, there's a Horse Shoe Paint Dr. J. A. Harris, of Mt. Vernon, Mo., mittee was appointed to meet at Frank Pres. and Mgr. A. D. MWer Mrs. L. R. Blanton Is at home from have seen called to the bedside of Dr. for every purpose : Floor Paint, Barn and Roof Paint, fort to consider ways and means to that Louisville. Sec'y-TreaGiles Harris, who has been critically ill W. O. Whke his homo at Speedwell for several end. Buggy Paint, Stain, Screen Paint,Wagon Mr. B. B. Million was in Beattyville at Kiabtr ( Among the valuable addresses given of weeks. Dr. Grant is a last weex on business. and Implement Paint, what you want for whatever you KENTUCKY Mrs. Harris and Dr. J. A. Harris a bro were those of Mrs. Rufus Weaver, of PRESS ASSOCIATION Mrs. Joe Boggs left last week for ther of Dr. Giles Harris. Terrible Fatality Among Colts. Louisville,on School Improvement;Prof. want to put it on. visit to her parents in Cincinnati. EIGHTH DISTRICT Messrs. R. H. Baston and H. C. Ham- Grinstend - After a Living - What!; Mrs. LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS Mr. M. P. Kimball, of Union City, Miss Nora Soper and father returned ilton were in Richmond this week, where Cora E Wilson Stowart on Night Schools, Let's tell you about one of these Horse Shoe Brand Specialties: Wednesday from Hot Springs, Ark. stated to a Cliiiax reporter Monday that : they were summoned as petit jurors in EBIOE YEAB PER fl.00 .. W. T. Short, of J. W. Newman, State Commissioner of the loss of young colts in the Brooks-tow- n Floor Paint : Horse Shoe Brand Floor Paint is the best floor paint Mrs. John itoiand and children are the Federal Court IN ADVANCE has been visiting Mrs. C. D. Agriculture, on tho "Relation of Agri Here is a name "PENSLAR" that will meanagreat visiting relatives and friends in Mercer Richmond, family soction this spring is something Wc Jcnow anything about, for the reason that the more you wash it Miss Bessie Dud- culture to Rural Schools," and of Miss Powell and county. appauling.IIo stated that during tho past deal to every man, woman and child in this city when visiting Mrs. Mau- Roid, English Department, ley, of Richmond, is the harder it gets, like cement. Wears like concrete and yet' keeps Western 1912 WBDNB9DAY. MAY 8 Messrs. Garnett and Joe Million at rice Dudley Lancaster Record. few weeks moro than twenty-fiv- o colts they learn what it stands for. Mr. J. W. Reilly was Normal School. alive all the vivid color that it had when first applied. tended Lexington races a few days last have died, and tho diseaso causing such Mrs. Harry Scrivner and children, elected president of the week. association. is our duty and our pleasure to tell you. fatality is bathing to all, even the most of Richmond, was here last week, Give any ms as epporttmity to So, when you're ready for paint that is paint, and does what good Miss Xannie Boudinot, of Danville, visitine her sister. Mrs. bam ilcUinn, expert horsemen in that section. John a ad be trill take advaatage to was a guest of friends here Friday and at the Pryse Houso There is a great firm of Manufacturing Chemists in Mr. and Commencement At Madison paint ought to do, here's the place and here's the store that sells it. Andrew Turpin has lost four colts, Major Mrs. Feamster and two charming little the fullest exteaC We say fight and baturday. Detroit, The Peninsular Chemical Co., whose name on Institute. Wells three, It. P. McCord five, Mrs. You can trust the paint and you can trust the store ; two things talk 4wm trusts, bat if an opportunity The Alumnae Association of Madison daughters, Misses Helen and Bess, after the label of a remedy is the best possibly guaranty of In-- 1 Lou Tipton throe, and John Christopher wun ner The closing oxerciscs of Madison pleasant ts presorted there is set a man in the Institute will eive their biennial lun a week s family, Mr. visit Mrs. R. S. worth remembering. its purity and medicinal worth. and brother's two. Others have had losses of ono or stitute will begin tomorrow, Thursday 1G. state wfee wuM Bet be exceedingly cheon on May Crowe, left Saturday morning for Rich- evening, with a play by more colts during the season. the Senior Class The by Druggists get in on the cround floor Mrs. Jaok Hutsell, of Winchester, has mond. Beattyville Enterprise. aaxleus They prepare in their splendid laboratories over 100 young animals usually died between the at tho Opera House. Tho commence awl reap all benefits that may be derived been the guest of Mrs. Wo. Luxon on remedies for household use. On Saturday evening, the handsome ment Tates Creek pike. ages of two days to two, weeks. sermon will bo preached by Eld. from soak eerabisatioB. True is it ateo home of Dr. and Mrs.Crabbe on Lancas J. II. MacAcIl, of Winchester, at the Strange as it may seem to you, they do Jnot believe in m polHtBO. Give a man or set of. men Mr. and Mrs. Clair S. Brown, of Lex ter avenue, was the scene of a brilliant ington, visited Mrs. J. of a function in secret medicines. They think you have a right to know the privilege and they will handle the several days last week. W. Zaring for thera to the the formof thedinner given by Christian Church, Sunday, May 12, at faculty Normal. The II a. m. Genoral exercises Monday, Deeeoratie votes ef Kontaoky as they what you are taking. And you have. halls, parlor, library aqd dining room May 13, at 7:30 p. m. at the Miss Marie Institute. weald east their own ballot, regardless Crutchfiekl areHarbor and MissG.Julia were beautiful with palms, asparasus, K, visiting Mrs. So they put the full formula on every label the naraf and masses of purple and white lilac Annual concert Tuesday, May 14, at $ ef the win ef the majority. Democrats Combs in Maysville. and dogwood. Covers were 'aid for 38 p. m. at the Institute. Commencetnent and exact quantity of every ingredient all in plain ef Keettwky, the time is here when the Mrs. James All man left last week for guests, who were seated at small tables "haps m the troches" cannot be ignor Noblesville, Ind., where she will visit arranged with reference to the argt exercises will be held Wednesday, May English so you can judge for yourself. 15, at 10 a. m., at the Christian church. Remember it is Positively Dan ed, she will ef the people must be heeded her son, Mr. Donaldson Allman. round table in the center of the dining they were not sure that each of these was the b3st gerous to haveyour Eyes Extheir vetoes must be recognized and Col. Jack Uhinn, of Harrodsburg, at- room. The placards were an interest The address to tho graduating cass wilj possible prescription if they were not sure that their respeeted, if we won id reap the great tended the opening game of Bluegrass ing feature, each one bearing a compli bo delivered by Eld. E. B. Barnes. amined or Glasses Fitted by mentary the When for Pork you pine skill in compounding these remedies was unsurpassed vtetery that the future holds for the Base Bali League in this city Wednes owner. quotationot descriptive ol was Friends of the institution and tho public seven courses A menu Opticians, day. party te this State and nation. served. Before leave taking the guests generally are Invitod to atteqd these ex they could not afford to do this. Spectacle Peddlers, That you come right here ot traitor ureen utay walker came up assembled in the hall and joined in ercises. A'nyono can copy their formulas but there is bo dger that anyone What's the use of holding a county from Lancaster to witness the opening singing. "We Love Our President" to whom have any Medical Educawil t And get in line. fignting unanco, a drama in equal their quality ot the remedies, and they know lu Dr. eesveatiea, a State convention or any game of the Bluegrass League in this the tune of "Good Night-Ladie- s." tion of the Eye, its Appendages and Mrs. Crabbe were at their best in three acts, Thursday evening, May 9, city. You see, this makes their success depend on Quality, net, Seareay. Secrp Meet ef a oeavoation for Democrats this We'll serve you just as ,cy m medicine is not good for you. You have a right, te ksw what vol and Diseases Mrs. Julian Van Winkle returned Sat- the role of host and hostess and the din at Opera House. year, if Keateeky is to send an are using; all about it. urday morninc to Louisville.after a visit ner will be remembered an one of the Quick as we can, delegation to Baltimore? What to ner most delightful Union. Wo like to handlo drugs of quality. mother, Airs. James Smith and of the school. occasions in the annals Farmers' This is the way : is as dangorous for you to havo your eyes examined or glasses fitted by wr lraJe It is a State ooBventkm just before a Ka- family. That is why we obtained the agency for these spteadtd ram4ia known, stato! William M. Martin, Assistant short term opt'oians, optometrists and spectaclo peddlers," as it would And you'll find everything ttegat convention for, anyhow? Suppose as tho Misses and children's slippers while, Organizer of tho Farmers' be to onter a druggist's store, without a doctor's prescription, and comMr. Archie Chenault came ut from a ma Jerky of the States went instruct- Cincinnati Monday for a visit to his tan and black correct styles. mence sampling the.different bottles on his shelves. Spick and span. and Educative Union of America, ac ed, what wohW be the result? Wouldn't mother, Mrs. H. J. Bennett, on Irvine In the one case it means death. In the other, the wearin" of wrongly Rice & Arxold. companied by William S. Brock, Assist that be a fine mess to untangle, and pike. fitted magnifying glasses, it means impaired blood circulation ot the eyes ant County Organizer of the Farmers' cataracts, growths, paralysis of tho optic nerves, partial or total blindDental Meeting. where would the voice of the voters Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McElwain and Union, will speak at the following placos ness and in many instances brain complications from which death ensues. daughter, of A ew lork, are guests of eene is? Hartford Herald. The annual meeting of the iir. and Airs. J. W. liales, near Kings- - State Dental Association to beKentucky on the dates as follows: When your family doctor with all his medical education will refer you held in Monday, May 13. at 3 p. m. and 7:30 Wattbbsox and Beckham are finding ion. when in need of eye attention or proper adjusted glasses to an ocnlist(hav-m- g Remember the name "PEN5LAR." Remember what It nmm. -HiL m. at Forest Hill school house. the medical education of tho eye, its appendages and diseases), not to Mrs. Thomas J. Smith, of Frankfort, Louisville, May 27, 28,29,1912, promises oenoideraMe difficulty in endeavoring to est Quality and We've a sreai m1 more to sa an optician or optometrist (none of whom havo any medical knowlodge of came up Wednesday to attend the open to be of more than usual interest to the a anu i.M p. m., dteeever whioh ef the two caused the about Penslar. A atch for it. See the Penslar goods In iuesaay, .iay n, at windows. the eye), how can you risk your precious oyesight, when in need of U)mo in and ask about tbem. You may need a really reliable remedy receet defeats of the Democratic party. ing game of the Bluegrass Base Ball dentists of this and adjacent states on at Black's school house. glasses, to this class of "short term eye destroying oye specialists " who Leaguc. some day. Learn about it now account of the numerous new methods ueunesuay, .nay 10, at o anu i:W p. It won id be better for the welfare of really know no moro about an eye or the correct fitting of glasses for deMr. Mrs. RobL fects of sight than you do yourself? Jetfersosten doctrines if they would both ,Mr. N.and Deatherage R. Burnam and and appliances which will bo exhibited m., at Boggs' school house. B are in MacoruGa. there. Dentistry, unlike many profes Thursday. May 10. at 3 and 7:30 n m.. leave the future to the votes of the 250,-00- 9 attending the reunion of the Confeder If you value your oyesight shun opticians, optometrists and spectacle sions, cannot be learned altogether from at iirooKsiotrn scuooi nouse. peddlers when In need of glasses. Always consult and oculistic optician Democrats in the State, rather than ate Veterans. Friday, May 17, at 3 p. m., at Union and have your glasses adjusted properly. Cost's no moro and you will te turn the party affairs over to either of Miss Hester Covington, who is teach books and magazines,and .consequently, Telephone 39 Second-s- t save yourself time, worry and the expense of continually changin" your and 7:30 p. m., at Runyon Grove, ing in Lexington, came over last week it is almost obligatory for the progres-fiil- y the above mentioned gentlemen. glasses in tho future Saturday, May 18. at 10 a. m.. at for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sive dentist to attend these meetings. T. T. Covington. The able editor of the Courier-Jour-Several dentists from Ohio, Indiana,and Round nil!, and 7:30 p. m., at Burton $5.00 Eye Examination Free Until Jpne 1st k blinded to every thing trfat does Dr. Grant, wife and little daughter. Illinois will give clinics and papers; in School Ijouso. 20, at 3 and 7:30 p. m. Monday, May net meet bis approbation. Defeat and Carleen,' of Winchester, visited Mr. and fact, everything indicates that this wi)l at Speedwell schoql house. utter destruction is the inevitable fate Mrs. Oeoil Thorpe at their country home be the largest and best meeting eyer held OPTICAL Tuesday, May 21, at 3. and 7:30 p. m., ef tho Democratic party, according to on ian easier piKc last week. in Kentucky. All ethical members o m uearwanow scnooj nouse. . Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chenault and Mr, the profession are cordially inyited. .J TIT. r... Ms prognostication, if his advice and COMPANY ireunesuay, jsay ii, at j ana 7;i0 p, and Mrs. W.E. Gwynne motored to Lex m., ai ijyoociown school 10USP. wlilmrare.not heeded. ington to attend the Kubelik-Damosc- b Qvor Ricpi's rfestauranj. Shod shoes at $1.00 are in Swell Thursday. May 23, at 3 and 7(30 p. m RICHMOND, KY Concert last W edncsday evening. Second &. Main Sirppts. class to themselves. See the new spring at Col lego Hill school house. The Ouuax is gratified to know that Mrs. Harrietta Campbell drove shapes in black and tan. Friday, May 21, at 3 and 7:30 p. m at the editorial is these columns last week through to Lexington with Mrs. Spots-woo- d y aco scuooi uouso Rice & Abxold, en question ef instructed delegation to Saturday on her way to Shelby ville Saturday, May 2J, at 2 p, m., At Rich- the National Democratic Convention, mi visit uer aaugnier, airs. Wesley t'ul . TT iuuuu vuuri. xiouse. met with such hearty endorsement by a lenerider. Mr. Martin Is a very accomplished Miss great number of our Democratic readers. wl tr Maggie Sacray, . of Danville, stop- .. 1 - -CHURCH NOTES. gentleman and a great speaker. Vou uuic i'cu uiiI t.A. .lui a auurt time on uer way . ... r to lucnmona. wnere sne win make arcan t afford to miss hearing him. Hp is Sacks for weoi furnished by Gott, the rangements to open a studio Stanford a specialist on agriculture, has (aught 4S-t-f peakry mas. interior-Journal- . in Rev. W. H. McClundon will Dreach it all over the United States aud Europe, at iiu neasant cnurch, Sunday, May 12, Something Worth While. Southern Baptists contributed S5S0.OOO lhe JSormal City Lodge Iv. of P, will to the cause of missions during the year mat enaea April isv. according to an present Mr. Arthur Wheeler and tho : official report. original "Georgia Cotton Tickers," at Dr. C. C. Marshall has returned from the Opera House Wednesday evening, a visit to old friends in Louisville, where May 15th. Tho cast is composed of the ne most acceptably supplied the Second cream of Richmond's local talent, and a Presbyterian church last Sabbath. first class evening performance is assur Rev. John McNeil, of Winchester. will As for preach the Baccalaureatp sermon for ed, as each part is assigned to the mem colts, h cows, calves, Madison Institute next Sabbath mornin? bers adapted to the same. All the BENEFIT OF pigs, in the First Christian churclj of this Jasp spngs, rwr jokes and Erptesouo . ... city. j nances, . MJgewier wun an altp, sejdqm V The annual meetin? of tho District seen wjtn many of the Rrqfessional com Missionary Society of tho Methodist panies now touring, u you don't want church convenes in Harrodsburg this to laugh, don't come. For entire pro? week; Mrs. A. J. Suit and Mrs. James Burnsidc, of this place, will attend gram and details, watch next week's is same. sue. Reserved seat sale oneris at Wi nan' A farewell service will ba held in llin Drug Store, Monday, May onristian cnurch next Sabbath night at wnicn several of the Oder members will speak as well as the pastor. This will be tne last service to be held in this from rolled alfalfa uuurcu as me contractors lor tne new edince will begin removing the old is in structure the latter part of the week. is Father John O'Dwyer left Sundav friend. uumwD ior uovwgion to ta present Monday morning at the services ordain- mc bis brotber as a nriest. Ttnv UJJwyer will be absent about two weeks, ills pulpit In this citv will ha supplied during bis absence by a Pas sionist priest. Bloom In Dy The First Church of Christ (Scientists holds services regularly every Sunday time. Is Indidue of iu lutir apartments, i.iu oecona street. THE KWMAt WAY" IS THE IDEAL VAT 8E bunday scnool at 10 o'clock a. m. Los life to be PIEASUIE TRAVEL. son sermon at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening.iesiimoniai services at v:ao p.m. COLUMMJS, ONJO sell Free reading room 136 Second street. 19 DAYS' TOUR open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Sublect for noxt TO YELLOWSTONE PARK Sunday, May 12, "Adam and Fallen Yon may care to present with a ring. Man." . The publio is cordially ,, x ;. COLORADO, UTAH, .c. i Make it as. fine a one as your purse will uiTiiiMii w any anu an services. afford. At tLe samo time don't pay Dr. George Painter, who has been a MONDAY, JULY missionary for over thirty years in more than tho ring is worth. You won't China, will deliver an address in the if you buy it hero. Wo chargo only for to First Presbyterian church on next Sab- Lake and Seashore materials and workmanship at this jewbath moraine sa "Coaditiooi in the Far to elry shop nothing for design. H AUGUST, 1912 fiMt." At 7:30 p. in. he will 4drMs a 5bW union mseUag in the sHPsCVAai church on I sbTi "Tkirty jmn Mahtat HetUbmiam." All Tours pronaMy conducUd by Dm-and Weddin& PmUMtVaftkMliad Dr. JteoUr in M.Bownw. Balar rrnf'mr for 4 Rings Engraved free smN several tisM on condition Summer outiiur write-fo- r falifaii wi China m bin detailed information. AddrwM Mttet Mkjeoi. BskauMMtabie acq tnatratm ipitdrr. Tim pablic it ttOWMAR TOURS, VwMtttas, Ky. Telephone 500 cordially inrtiai tm Um serrfoat. 46-MAIN 8TIIKKT BICSWQKD, KY THEY Our Story in a Nut Shell Ken-tuck- Also Rao IN ALL OUR BIG ARE OFF AND THERE IS NOT AN STOCK Shoes ono-fift- Clothes for For the whole Tailored and Fancy Waists VOU'VE been reading Latest Novelties Etc Neckwear, "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods lately about ability of paint; and there are paints that do have these qualities. a lot wear and wear- - New and family, course, and the out of at the doors occasions of the good mmk vTvw Proper Price we 5uits Newest Designs 5ilks and Dresses OWEN McKEE PERSONAL SOCIAL The Richmond Climax. But there's paint that than for it the peculiar quality wear, namely the Mound City Horse Shoe Brand; the paint with the paint in it; that's honest Lead and honest Zinc and Pure Aged Linseed Oil; paint that and better than Horse Brand Paint, the look ished job. Never or muddy, or gummy; none that appearance. long For men summer $10 to showing the new English Oxford. $35 We were ia first to show this shoe in Richmond. We Get The New Ones First Queen Quality Shoes tor Women W. D. Oldham & Company Richmond's Greatest Store s. To-Wauk-- son-in-la- A Name To Remember It 5old Stockton & 5on, Who Glasses? We Suggest a4 If Optometrists and none unin-sirnot- Co-operati- ve T. O. Remedies Formula-on-the-Label- ." Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Stockton's Drua Store 5 0AYLE QAYLE . 1 1 ARTHUR WHEELER Pr&s&nts The Original i flay is the month Listen.' Georgia Cotton Pickers Local Talent You need notmsJke of bud wid promise. hWQ the (roods :flien OATEQUAL a perfect feed horses, mules, jacks, dairy sheep and lambs, hogs and and EQUAL" proimsesvhenyou -- t ctjiinsaegooa Normal City Lodge No. 162, K. ot P. As an Egg Producer it is a Perfect Feed Grand Opera House Wednesday Night Prices 25, 35, 50c May 15th There's Just One Girl Made A Common Sense Food at a Common Sense Price oats, cracked corn, hay, brewer's grain and pure cane molasses. ALCORN heavier corn than Oatequal and the working horse's ALCORN Oatequal SOLD BY OATEQUAL and ALCORN are cheaper to feed than oats and corn and costs nuie the bag and less by the ton 8, 1912 Totrs uai ill M R. Gibson & Co, Enaement W. W. Broaddus & Co. Phone 110 CovingtonThorpe Grocery Co. onUi u 8t F. jr. YEAGER Richmond, Ky Phones 72and J. S. mmm w STANIFER Your Spring m TkcRickMMi Okai.! lot. writes: "I emti CURIOUS BITS New Medicine Called Digestit Supplied to Perry's TIE mm m m mssssssk XT Suit sortments been so complete. Our racks are brimming over witn an tne new styles mw m n mmmmmmmmmm never Deiore inave tne I r as- KOttbMBt ettisea of Kvaaerlil, was ill fer Ave aaeaths with a yvtooBary troMe,aa4 CUMAX PRINTING CO had the heat of doctors. I had heeaer rhages aad was in a very bad way. (Inuerpoeatod.) TkreagQ the advice of a friend I tried Viaol, and I feel that it saved my Mfe. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. It Is all you recommend It to be. I Sec'y-TreaW. G. White believe it is the greatest medicine oa earth. I have advised others to try Mnkr tl Vinol, and they have had tbe same KENTUCKY PKES6 AMeCMTie (Name furnished on results." s. OF HISTORY LINCOLN'S AHtWJER CWAR By A. W. MACY. Drug Store Witn u ilia i si him The'Public is Given an Opportunity to Test the Merit of Digestit, the New Relief for 5tomach. RELIEVES INDIGESTION ALMOST INSTANTLY. Perry's Drug Store has been supplied forms of indigestion, sour stomach, with. DIGESTIT, the new remedy for heartburn, belching, or that fall stuffy indigestion and. all stomach upsets, and feeling after eating a hearty meaL It is sufferers are Invited to try this new a harmless remedy absolutely free from g drugs;it simply medicine with the distinct understand- poisons or ing that Perry's Drug Store will refund digests food and tones the stomach to the money if you are not pleased with its natural healthful condition. The distributors of this remarkable the results of a few doses. DIGESTIT Is a certain relief for all j remedy propose to prove beyond a doubt habit-formin- ElftHTH DISTRICT FUMI8KEM IU6UC. PBICE $1.00 PER V TEAS IN ADVANCE Young men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of 5uits. For Rt, 5tyle, Wear and Quality none is our equal WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 - - - 1912 HELPED OUT GREAT NOVELIST Schoolgirl Friend of His Daughter Sup plied Names for Thackeray's Great Story. A delightful Thackeray anecdote (which, bo far as one remembers, is new) has turned up at the dinner of the Colquhoun club. The guests In cluded Philip Newman, who recount ed that his wife when a girl happened to go to the samo school as the nov elist's daughters and afterwards kept up an intimacy with the family. One day, Tvhen she was out for a walk with Miss Thackeray, the latter mentioned that her father had started new story but was at a loss to de cide uponthe hero's name. The fu ture Mrs. Newman, with her fiance In her thoughts, suggested that his name, "Philip," might serve the pur pose. At that moment who should come up unobserved behind the two girls but Thackeray himself. Making his presence known by laying a hand on shoulder of each of the young peo ple, he asked why they were so deep Thereupon Miss in conversation. Thackeray, turning around, revealed the subject under discussion and told him her friend's suggestion as to the hero's name. "Admirable, was Thackeray s ver dict. "And now, my dear," he went on, "what Is your own name?" "Char lotte." "Well, that's a very nice name too," was the response, and Thack eray wore a look of satisfaction. The result was the tale called "The Adventures of Philip," in which the principal woman character figures as "Charlotte. Pall Mall Gazette. We want every one in this vicinity who is troubled with chronic colds. coughs, or pulmonary troubles, to come and get a bottle of Vinol. If it does not go to the seat of trou ble, heal the inflammation and stop the cough, we will cheerfully return every cent paid U3 for It. This shows our faith, and proves that you take no chances. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Richmond, Ky The greatest hold-u- p game in this country is played by the suspender trust. E. Deathorage. Norfolk Suits shades They're the very style you wani e show them in medium and dark 'e promise you the greatest value in all the land Our suits are now going, so come early that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Don't soil your wool until you consult He will pay you highest cash prices. tf Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt for S1.C0. Telephone 110. 41-t-f W. W Bkoaddus & Co. Take your wool to Gott and get the 43-t- f top price. For millinery see B. E. Baluo & Co.. East, Main street. Their goods and 45-t- f prices are attractive. Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone and live slock insurance. tf Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt forSl.CO. Telephone 110. 41-W. W. Buoaddus & Co tf secure the 4 at hfa failure nomination fer the reaMency In 1M0. Lincoln displayed both sagacity and magnanimity whom he gave his defeated rival the place In his sak (net. At the time Llncolrr waa largely an unknown quantity, while Seward was a man of much experience In public affairs. Seward's friends confidently expected him to be the strong man of the cabinet, and even to overshadow the executive. Shortly after entering upon his duties he handed Lincoln "Some a note containing Thoughts for the President's Among other Consideration." things he suggested the necessity that seme one man should take the lead and grapple boldly with the situation, closing with these words: "Either the president must do It himself, or devolve it upon some member of It Is not the cabinet. my special province, but I neither seek to evade or asLincoln sume responsibility." answered the note the same day. On the question of leadership he simply said, "If this must be done, I must do It," The matter was dropped then and there, and with fine discretion Lincoln kept the correspondence meot-Importa- its merit and have astherized Perry's Drug Store to furnish a limited number of full she without oost. If yeu are a victim ef indigestion, yeu cannot afford t miss ibis oppertuaity to Go lo Perry's Drug Stere get relief. now and get a package witheat aost. better g The number is limited SEA'S PERILS EVER PRESENT Maneuvers and Sham Battles Cannot Bo Held Without the Element of Danger. ... secret. Faotwear We are leaders in (Copyriebc. 111, by Joseph B. Bowles.) WearWeI15hoe for Men" $4.00 Special" at $3 and 53.50.X We have the new! things that the ladies want White" Buck, d 5uede, Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that' are guaranteed to fit. afiency for women. We have the sole agency for Rice & Hutchins famous Lducator onoes. we carry tnem in wnite duck ana canvas oil-Ki- 'The Always and "Royal Designed hv Becker. Msyer & Co. Chicaso Not the Other Extremity. Whiskey and quinine for a cold. Pour From Canon Beechlng the fol the whiskey down a rat hole and take lowing story: "It was comesmorning the tho quinine. after the banquet, and a solicitous Every man in the community knows friend who had set beside Bishop Stubbs. happening to meet htm. asked how to run a newspaper excepting the if he got home all right. The bishop editor. looked slightly surprised at the ques tion, but at added, with an ap In politics, the outs" always have parent gleamonce comprehension, 'Oh. of tbe best of it; they have only to demand yes, It was only my boots that were that the "ins" do something that can't tight'" be done, and the people will cheer. Why Not Build a Home ThisjYear Corner The Smith family is looming larger and larger in the United Stetes Senate. The now State of Arizonia adds a fifth Senator of that name. Of the others, DANGEROUS COLOR IS BLUE one is from Georgia, one from Mary land, one from Michigan and one from Men Who Voyage Above the Earth South Carolina. Prefer Red for the Covering of Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy does the Their Balloons. 30-t- f work. Wines' Drug Store. And let 19 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? In case you ever feel tempted to buy balloon, don't buy a blue one. Red 'Had dyspepsia or indigestion for Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ones are he best. There is a scientific years. Jvo appetite, and what 1 did eat ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to reason why. According to the re distressed mo terribly. Burdock Blood searches of JI. Reynaud, caoutchouc is Bitters reached tho cause." J. H, perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experistrongly attracted by the ultra-viole- t lm ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you rays from the mercury vapor lamp Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. with a quartz tube, which is a power up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come get ful source of such rays. This fact has a practical bearing in connection in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber with balloon envelopes which are that go into a building J treated with, caoutchouc Aeronauts are familiar with the dis Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc covery that the envelopes suffer dur ing ascensions, and this is explained by the greater effect of ultra-viol-rays at high altitudes. Experiment had already led to using yellow colorWill Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky Orchard and Main-s- t ing matter on the envelopes, and red balloons are sometimes seen, but never blue or violet M. Reynaud con siders that red is the best color to use, as it not only absorbs the ultra violet rays, but also the blue rays, and these last are likely to share in the Will have three great Stallions at his bad action of the sun's rays upon bal Notice! of 1912. Stable for the Season loons. All Lightning's Freak. of lightning is reported from France. During a recent thunderstorm the lightning struck three byres In a village In the depart ment of the Loire, killing oft the cows 1p each byre that were lying down 16 In all while all those standing up escaped unhurt. A strange freak that Its peace maneuvers are never sham fights. To whatever branch or grade of the naval service a seaman may belong, when be is on active service he la always face to face with the real thing." A mistake of any sort, a pardonable miscalculation, a momentary failure of nerve or attention, or even some small unavoidable accident, may Involve the forfeit of many lives. Hence the magnificent training the sea Imposes In manli ness, resourcefulness and The submarine branch of the navy has undoubtedly risks and dangers of Its own, as the sad tale of previous disasters plainly shows; and when a catastrophe unhappily occurs It is ot a nature to make a profound Impres sion upon the public But In relation to the number of submarines In com mission, and to the constant exercise they undergo, the picked officers and men who serve in them do not incur a risk out of all proportion greater than their comrades in other branches. Danger and risk are no peculiar prerogative of the submarine. Daily faced in the routine of duty and daily overcome, they form the very founda tion of naval character, and are a pledge, In no small degree, of the se curity upon which as a nation we re pose. self-contro-L It is the great distinction of the sea FEEDING For Producio Ihh of Eggs is one very essential point, which you should never at any lime overlook. Hens cannot lay unless tkey are supplied with the material from whichiEjqr are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Egg out of the material which she fimls in her feed, ami unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, alone; with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGOS. The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for he Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC whichSB acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. th" RICHMOND PRlTG CO. Jjjj BRAVE EFFORT AT ENGLISH Japanese Correspondent Knew What He Wanted, Though Meaning Was Rather Vague to Others. Tolstoy's Wise Counsel. Never say, "I can indulge In this little thing without fear; it does not amount to anything." Never say, "This particular virtue is so Insigni ficant I might lust as well do with out It" Tolstoy. ..... j Building Time soon be here and it will Todd Edwards Lumber Go. be to J BOB WALKER Cholera, CURES J Limberneck, Roup, Canker.. Gapes, R Poultry Raisers 1- 4-1- 44 LORD RION 52777 'iMa Kil- - Bormt. poultry tcmedr aukdc for rrinasdlhinlillttbot Bujitan. Ky uyi: "I hre urd Recipe Itcsre capaa&dlnnbexneckvrrthoutfftiL dropped down the 131 cf leaping Will Coon, ButWows. Ky., urv "One drop cf Recipe l V3 tbe worm ud rdiera tKe icl i round 7. I ti i the best prerentiTe I era Med. rtffj. and Gaarintced by J. RoM. Cromt, Bardrtown, Ky. Price 50c at all Dragglstt. .so0v Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry bc ML by the great Arion Race record 2:20 , out of Madge Fullerton 2:21. Great brood mare list fee S25.00 living colt. 3-- 2:071-4- MARK HANNA 44 (Better known as the Jake Herndon horse) Registered saddlo stallion by Lynn Boyd 00. Dam Helen B. 373 by Abe Van Meter. Helen B. is also the dam of a gelding that sold for S1750.00, Mark Hanna has proven to bo the best breeder of saddle and business horses that ever stood in Madison county. Fee $15.00 for a living colt. 60L0 BY STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CLEO You Don't Have To The greatest Spotted Pony Stud alive, Ilis colts that are coming this spring are a grand lot. Fee 812.00 for a living colt. ROBT. WALKER 43-4t Worry about impure Seeds if you ' buy from -- RICHMOND, KY Childish Beliefs. . D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney L. Main Successor to Tate & Son had the pocketbook fever when you were little. What do I mean? Why, ripping up old pocketbooks in the firm belief that bank bills to an im mense amount were hidden In them. So, too, you must all remember some splendid unfulfilled promise of somebody Tjr other, which fed you with hones nerhaDS for rears, and which left a blank in your life which notb ing has ever filled up. Holmes. Yes, children believe plenty of queer things. I suppose all of you have Valuable Find of Manuscript A very interesting and remarkable discovery of Illuminated manuscripts and early printed books, ranging as far back as 1480, has Just been made In the library at Oxton Hall, says the Nottingham (Eng.) Guardian. It came about In this way: Tbe Ticar of the parish, Rev. W. Laycock, obtained permission to go through the books In the library at his leisure. While go doing his curiosity waa aroused by a locked and forgotten cupboard therein, which he proceeded to investigate. Its contents proved to be between forty and fifty volumes, which confirmed the Impression conveyed by the antiquity of their appearance that they belonged to the very earliest stage Ot the art of printing, which was introduced into this country In 1847. The majority of them are folio vol umes, and with one exception they are all in their original bindings. Tho covers are carefully planed boards of solid oak, and tho books are bound with stout leather laces, the backing and lining being fragments of illum inated manuscripts of a much earlier date, cut up as waste with a ruthless Indifference. your advantage to consult me be- -. fore letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. All work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me For the genuine "English as she Is spoke" we must go abroad among edu cated Orientals, who can spell and read English to perfection, but find It Impossible to master the syntax ot our language. A firm dealing in fishing tackle, having sent a circular to a merchant In Tokio, Japan, received the following communication: "Dear Sir In Yours: We should present to your company the bamboo fishing rod, a net basket and reel, as we have just convenience; all those were very rough and simple to you laughing for your kind reply which you sent us the catalog of fishing tackle last, eta "Wishing we that now at Japan there Is was not In prevailing fish gaming, but fishermen In scarcely there now, but we do not measure how the progression of the germ of the fishing game beforehand. Therefore, we may yield of feeling to restock in my store your company's fishing tackle, etc. Should you have the kindness to send a such further country's even In a few par take when we send the money in or dering of them, should you? "I am yours, yours truly." Detroit Free Press. Goethe's Birthday. An amusing story, taken from Bode'i book on Goethe, appears In a Paris contemporary. In August, 1818, Goe the went to Carlsbad for the cure, and placed himself under the care of Dr. Rehbein. One morning when he rose he requested Charles, his domestic, to place a bottle of red wine and a glass In each of the two windows In the room. Then the poet walked round and round the apartment, stopping at each window to drink a glass of wine. When he had nearly emptied the bot ties the doctor arrived. "Ah," said Goethe, "you are come. Do you know It is my birthday!" "No." said the doctor, "It is not your birthday. It falls tomorrow." Only the production of the almanac could convince Goethe that he was a day out in his reckoning. When he discovered his mistake he gave vent to a strong expression which Scott puts in the mouth of Capt. Nanty Ewart, and, after a long pause, turn ing to the doctor, said: "Then I have got drunk for nothing." The Lucky Number. An amusing story concerning the Greek naval lottery appears in a Paris journal. It seems that the tickets were hawked about the Piraeus and were eagerly purchased from the combined motive of patriotism and the excitement attendant upen a gamble. Ono day a hawker stopped outside a milk shop and, seeing an asa standing by laden with eggs, cheeso and butter, to tantalize the animal took one of his tickets and save it to the beast The poor beast was struggling with It in the hope of extracting something eatable, when a grocer on the opposite side ot the way who had seen what was happening, rushed across and rescued the ticket, "That ticket." he said to the hawker, "will win a prize, and I will buy it." He did so and the ticket drew a prize of thirty thousand francs. Awkward. TAYLOR & OLDHAM . Want to show every farmer in Mndtsoa the Best Chilled Plow on Earth eswafey; The Wm. J. Oliver Improved "We Chilled Plow Also the Best Disc Harrow'The Dandy" Carry a Complete Line of Builders Hardware, Regal Queen Cast and tModel :::::: 5teel Ranges Jeff Stone Why LEEDS W. L.and Decorator Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Richmond, Ky Pay Fivt Thhm Mrt ftr a RMf than Yw 4 to? Henry Basch Company's FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs: it Superb Wall Papers Chicago New York Samples Submitted to Your Own Home Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves C, Has bo Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence build-iag- s. Street I will make it to your interest it you see me before buying treme tenuity and smoothness of the, leaves of a Bible of the thirteenth century, became convinced that the satiny skin of a beautiful woman had furnished the parchment maker with raw material for his unrivaled product In another instance, one Gayer de Sansale, a famous blbllothecalre of the A Destructive Success. College of the Sorbonne, at Paris, de "What has become of that man 'who clared that some ono had dressed ana eald Mars Is habitable?" "Ho made finished human skin to make tho the mistake of convincing too many parchment used for certain Decretals. people. There wasn't enough skepti National Magazine. cism to keep up a fairly interesting Scriptures of "Old Gaul" that the Abbe Rlvas, attracted by tho ex It was a tradition Parchment From Human 8kln. of the CKaat Leak Kleets n water tikt seams. C. Your Dealer caa furnish Sa spies and Proofs. Moderate Prices Novel Colorings Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME horror-stricke- iHsure absolutely C If not, ask Us. ROOFING DEPARTMENT . OHIO The Diem & Wiag Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, Sold toy ToddEdwards Lumber Co, RICHMOND, KY 39-- SPRING STYLES Man-Tailor- ed Made-toMeasu- re controversy" The Imperial Double Disc Harrow mwLmmWmW iSBaBf The Pessimist. "Ltit us suppose that a man was on the lucky side of 35, that he had a beautiful wife, who loved him; that they had a healthy, perfect child; that he had a good Job, and that they nosseseed a comfortable home. What more could any man want than that?" "Oh. if he had all those blessings I'll bet the cook would be threatening to quit or there would be something the matter with tho furnace. There's no use expecting that anybody will ever find conditions perfect la this world." Rut Wouldn't Have Long. Tlrst Physician What is your dlsoftis of the case? SeocBd Physician The patient 'atoaey esough for an operation. POPULAR EXCURSION HIGH BRIDGE KENTUCKY Suits, Coats, Dresses Saiptes sbewa ami .measures takes by SUNDAY, MAY 12th "I am pleased to meet yon again." he said. "Thank you," replied the lady, who 25 KJ1 E. Round Trip lilt Bridge 23 c. Reund Trl BAND CONCERT, High Bridge Park. had once been his wife. "How are the chlldrenT" "What children?" "Ours." "We never had any." "Oh, I beg your pardon. It was very tupld of me. I mistook you for some oae else." Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 Second'St. Richmond Also beautiful line of Sultincs, Serges and Mohairs by the yard. Phone 410. - Sw the Famoa Tickets sold at NICHOLASVILLEsoodcatnlaNo.5 kavie,at oa SscdalTrala leavkw at 11.34 am. Information Calt On Any "Ho (Pd Airs.) rw rull bv 11 1 s&fc. B """fl-i- mWW vmWw MIn H. C. KING, PatMngr and PhWtt At, TIltt LEXmOTOM, Or Add MM KY. First Aid. Edith Who are yon writing to, dear! Ethei Jack's writtea me that hie girl J The forward sections cut the grosmd sad throw it outward. The rear sections work it Oaee to its original position. The ground is leveled and pulverized and left in perfect condition fee seedwf . it over the field with an Imperial Double Dmc does &s waea work m twloeover with a Siagk D4e more thoronghly. The tine and expese of discing k reduced As IbswW Debk An ordisaryDkc Barrow ef sir or seven feet eat it jeeilljr use wHh three require ealy femr. TK saviof; of kem pwir is aeesplifta: Due of the sasaewldth of y First, by the form of tbe vacate. The tkMe actios the the two aswrow, one sHaetise to following the other, requir-- meh less tlwB Ut pewtr eC two sevamas kanows. fa Uttm pulveriser Ham mU. Usdw, have Second, by the shape of the Wades. The scalloped bhsia, nmntly have teas arau assl less beiriei- serviee afaiaet thejartew tbeywe-- sia twit The Supreme Court of the United States has lately deoided that a water comnanv aaar not cut off a household er's water supply in order to force him Such action tc My his water rates. sot only jnifbt lead to serious suffering I ob tbe part ef the affected family, but it J tbe health f the com night munity, droppisc felss a ba Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman sense but w had beauty enough to make ner-se- lt highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up witk joy and satisfaction just dro ia xmtmte tbe customers at Avith good tfcrewa him overboard, 11m. g I'm Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can ham-di- e all tho Tallow, "Wool, Radys, Bones, Feathers that you bring. Rememwe pay the. highest prices. "We buy Hide ber Rubber and all kinds of metals and scraf iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR BALK THE Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, ctcad say far all kinds of Machmcry. "We Gis-senffaad M4fr Up-to-U- U et hsu.: VctM-iaar- r 4iit-l- bo filer. toMAta.BiehBtiWI.gr.. AmU. Old earn UM a&d your oHtar te All asedtel Sob, Far sale by Stoekte KotimUim. 4S-- e tteok ewM m Cal-Sin- e I I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superintend contruciiea of such work. Phone me at Ths Cumjlx 101. Orders left-fo- r office will receive prompt attentiea. Sl-t- f X. B. T tinny. -- Architect's Notice. Don't be surprised If yen have m ttcic of rheussatieM this sprls?. Just rb tne aft ted parts freely with CtwMbwrMat's LiaissMtaat it will see - hf pr bM. tqr the ta4. 4ikpr. 'So3d by mil dtos. Pom-appetit- e 1st Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage tf Rave yww fstraitai bfM sprint etoMtafBauow - Bowpa. . v St SWbb Main M. RICHMOND 11 WIDES, . - hunri fasumve T&btets. Mind 4sjaiioa. i CstMberiata's Stomek s4 Lto will stracthea iwsr dig stow Tkktote A Urn it a sore iga m Lackey & Todd The Howe of Low Pisces and &jun Beefing ratr sswUte. Thiismn by B dealers. So lm TP ITT Ht-CL.-- ' f . 'AKf". "h. .:w7BHbW- 'IMS' - f' X.aSiJi2 kKSJHWUHIwanv . jt jk irrw.'W'Mlifc I ... - v t "4 V. i t f i - V- - V. Li: . 3 - -- - 5r 3ft. ;, - ." i' - When You Clean House f 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 becomesattractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every I spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of Itfew Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Young Men Cannot Bef Correctly Fitted In Older M en's Suits 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 8 The young fellow from nineteen to BENNETT and H I GG I N S men of his age UNDER AKING WANTED ACTIVE MAN N EACH LOCALITY Elclc, accident, ffo join death benefits. And Introduce our Membership. All or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. ETery Member secured gives yon a steady monthly Income. Experience not needed. Writ Covington, Ky. for plans. Box JI-29- 3, this Society. Ilavo you seen John R. Gibson & Co.'s glove advertisement? It's worth read- mg. You can't always judge a man by tho clothes he wears,but they indicate somo of his qualities at loast. Try one of our special values $10.00. 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 Young Men's Spring and Summer Suits N N was never finer; and comprises all the latest styles in Blue Serges, Figured Serges, fine Gra 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 td w -- Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone live stock. tf Rice & Akxold. The public sale of stock and farming implements of Mrs. Howard Neale. Wednesday, was well attended and prices realized were very satisfactory. Manhattan shirts in all the new pat terns for spring and summer wear. Tho highest grade shirt sold in Richmond, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Rico & Arnold. In this issue of the Climax is an ad vertisement of Bowmar's Tours to Yel lowstone Park and tho West, July 8lb, and to Lakes and Seashoro in August, In addition to these, Mr. Bowmar will havo a three days' tour to Mammoth Cave, leaving Richmond and other points Wednesday, June 10th. For details of the trips address Bowmar's Tours, Ver sailles, Ky. To travel the "Bowmar Way" is to travel freo from worry and responsibility and to get all tho pleasure possible out of tiie trip. E. Dealherage will buy your wool and i.l pay the highest cash prices. tf Don't fail to see "A Fighting Oliance," t Opera House, Thursday evening. May 9. A straw hat looks well for summer wear, if it is a good looking hat. Try a Hopkins Rice & Arnold. H Ccme Ky, for dry goods and notions. do and why net you. to Owen McKce, Richmond Others Tli os. A. Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 2 8 lyr 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. tf Shehoa, agent for Hurst $10.00, 12.50, 14.00, 15.00, 16.50, 17.00, $18.00 Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Eleotrlc Oil. Your druggist sells it. 20c aBd 50c. ltn Something Special Vote for R. B. Terrill for at the Schlegel Studio this week. Go to the office of County Court Clork. He and see work and investigate. It will will apprec;nte an endorsement of his pay you to have your order in for picpresent administration. tf tures this week. M. Sacbat. a COVINGTON and BANKS For 5ale. M. M. Hamilton Phone 484. Buys calves, oows and fat cattle. S0-t- f Call him up. Decoration Day Picnic. Wool and Grass 5eed wanted by Farmers Tobacco Warehouse 4G-Company. 4t Seven-rooAt Winston on Thursday, May 30, dwelling in excellent re there will be a picnic and basket dinner. pair, good water, largo garden, fruits. Proceeds will go for the benefit of tho Apply to Miss K. V. Schmidt, Second 41 3t Providence Baptist Church. There will Street Millinery Store. be good speakers and fine music and a Entertainment At Opera good time generally. base ball Lexington - Deaths Mr. Lewis C. Terrill died at his home on Fifth street Wednesday morning, after a protracted illness, aged twonty-thre- e years. Deceased was a son of tho late L. C. Terrill, of Kingston, this county, and nephew of County Clerk Robt. Terrill, of this city. He had been in poor health for more than a year, his illness being due, it is alleged, to a fall received while engaged in repairing a telephone line. Mr.Terrill was a young man of exemplary habits, and by strict attention to business was promoted many times by the East Tennessee Tele phone Co., in whose employ he had been since moving to Richmond, and at time of his death held a responsible and lucrative position with that corporation. A bright future was in store for Lewis Terrill, had he been spared to complete the allotted span of life.butandther mystery has been added in his taking away just as life's horizon seems brightest. He is survived by his mother, two sisters and one brother. His funeral services were conducted at the residence of his mbther, Mrs. Dora Terrill, on Fifth street, Thursday afternoon by Rev. E. B. Barnes, followed by interment in the Richmond cemetery. The Lexington Herald of Saturday contained the following notice ot the death ot Mrs. B. C. Hagerman, who foremerly lived in Richmond, her hus band being at the time of their residence here president of Madison Female Institute: A telegram at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon to Mrs. Alexander Campbell of this city, brought the distressing news of tho death in Chicago of her daughter. Mrs Mamie Campbell Hagerman wife of President B. O. Hagerman, ot Campbell-HagermCollege In this ctty. The announcement of the death of Mrs. Hagerman came as a distant shock to the family and friends of this widely known church woman and educator. Mrs. Hagerman loft for Chicago three weeks ago for the purpose of having an operation of a more or less serious na ture performed. She was taken to the Presbyterian Hospital, where the operation was performed and was apparently so successful that she was able to leave the hospital on the third day and took up her residence at the Audltiorium Hotel, whither she was taken in an automobile by her daughter, Mrs, Hal ford Watson, a resident of Chicago. The rapidity with which Mrs. Hagerman recovered, however.apparontly proved her undoing, as her physicians found that the wound was healing too rapidly. Three days ago blood poison set in and her condition became alarming. President Hagerman was telegraphed for and was at her bedside when death came. Mrs. Hagerman was one of the most widely known women in Central Kentucky. She was a daughter ot the lata Alexander Campbell, and granddaughter ot Alexander Campbell, founder of the Cbristain Church, and former president of Bethany College, West Virginia. She loaves her husband, Prof. B. C Hagerman and one daughter, Mrs. Halford Watson, o I Chicago. an May Day At The Normal. May Day dawned bright and beautiful and early in the morning the campus presented a scene of activity which indicated that something out of the ordinary was about to happen. Tho program had been carefully and elaborately planned and not a bitch occurred in the execution of the arrangements. A general Invitation had been issued to the interested public to share in tho celebration and the crowd was there to the number of 1500 students, parents and friends. The morning hours till 10:30 were devoted to inspection ot exhibits and class work in the Model School. Then came the chapel program ot dramatics given by the children of tho grades and the Normal School. At 12:30 the throng gathered around the campus stage to partake of the delicious lunch of substantiate, cakes, ices and coffee. The repast was served with ease and expedition, the guests having been assigned in companies of fifty to tho plots marked off and numbered in a semi-circl- o to tho front of the platform. At two o'clock students formed in line for the May Day procession and it was a gala pageant. The queen of the Roviow class was borno at the head of the procession. She was arrayed ia"a. gorgeous gown ot yellow, and seated on a throne of yellow, decorated in robes of gold and yellow flowers. The Model School queen. Miss Elizabeth Luxon, was in h er gala attire with blossom and flying streamers, and followed by willing subjects. Then came tho Burlesque queen, of tho Junior Class. She was dressed in mackintosh and rode on a litter with numerous belongings piled around. Virginia Culbert-so- n was the choice of the Senior Class and right royally they boro her on a litter of green and white, they following with waving banners in the class colors. The school queen, the rea.l monarch, Miss Florence Dunnett, received the parade from the steps ot Ruric Nevel Roark Hall joining after all had passed and walking between the lines to the platform. She was lovely in diaphanous draperies of white and carried a huge bouquet of caranations. When all ha1 reached the place of assembly, tho exercises of the afternoon began. These consisted of beautiful floral drills by the children of the different grades, a declamation by Miss Miree McDougle and Morality Play, "Any Time," given effectively by Prof. Stott's English Class. The ball game between Millersburg and Eastern closed the day's program. - Wednesday, May 8 9-1- Dissolution Notice. The firm or R. G. Engle & Co. has this day been disolved by mutual consent. This May 8, 1912. 4G-4- 1 Award Goes to Berea College. House. The Sonior Class of Madison Institute will present the drama, "A Fighting Chance," at tho Opera House, Thursday evening. May 0, at 8 p. m. Reserved seats 35 cents at Wines' Drug Store. Maysville Thursday and Friday, May 0 The annual Kentucky Intercollegiate Oratorical contest was held in the auditorium of Kentucky Wesleyan College, BIRTH5. at Winchester, Friday night, and was won by Mr. Leo Cilligas, of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Boon are receivrepresenting Berca College. ing the congratulations of their many friends over the arrival of a handsome Ledford Assigns. daughter, who has been christened Effie Mr. William Ledford, who has been PearL conducting a racket store on Main Mr and Mrs. Ed. Blount, of this oity, street, made an assignment last week to are the proud parents of a lino boy Joe Prewitt Chenault. Mr. Ledford has beon in business in this city, for about who came to their home April 28. Born, to the wife of Walter Kidwell, twelve months. Liabilities are estimated at about $1,400, with, asset about of White Hall, on May 21 a fine boy. $1,150. as good and none better There are few than the famous Stacy Adams shoes Highest Prices Since the War. for men. One pair will convince you. Mr. J. J. Embry, manager of the Mad Rice & Arnold. ison County Stock Yards, stated to a Climax reporter yestorday that prices Day Trip to 5L Louis. realized for cattle Monday was the highBy leaving Riohmond on L.& N.train, est paid since the war. About 1,000 head C 25 a. m., direct connection is made were on tho market and were greedily with the B. & O. S-fast train,lcaving purchased at prices ranging from 5c to Cincinnat 12 o'clock noon daily, arriv- C About 300 head of sheep were ing St Louis at 8 o'clock same evening. sold at $2 to $4; 150 head of stock hogs This train carries elegant high back seat brought Cc. coaches, parlor cars, electric lighted Circuit Court dining car, and makes direct connection Tho May term of Madison Circuit in St. Louis Union Station with all Western, Northwestern and Southeastern Court convened yesterday with Judge J. St.Louis fast M. Benton, of Winchester, presiding. lines. Other B. & O S-trains leave Cincinnati, daily, 2:15 a.m., Tho forenoon was occupied in selecting 9 a. m., and 0:15 p. m. Night trains and empareling tho petit and grandjuries have electric lighted sleeping cars with to .serve during the term The followFor informa- ing gentlemen compose tho grand jury: individual berth lights. tion as to fares and other particulars, T. J. Curtis, foreman, Jas. R. McKinnoy consult your Iccal ticket agent, or ad- J. A. Higeins, C. C. Clark, W. H. Dou dress S. T. SEELY, T. P. A., B. & O. glas, Pleas Evans, Robt. Harris, Sanford S-R. R., 513 Traction building, Cin- Oldham, Wm. Coy, E. T. Horn, M. F. 40-l- tcinnati, 0. Enright and J. F. Lackey. c. Council Proceedings. Tho regular monthly meeting of the City Council, was held at City Hall Thursday evening, with Mayor Rico and all mombers of the council present. Tho Pattio A. Clay Infirmary was given an increaso of one hundred dollars in tho yearly allowanco to that institution. Tho question of oiling the streets was taken up and tho report of soliciting committee revealed the fact that only $200 bad been subscribed to date by the business people for this purpose. The necessary sum required is 8500, tho increase from formor years being due to advance prico in oil. Mr. T. P. Taylor was ordered to repair retaining wall on Smith-Ballar- d An ordinance street. ordering construction of sidewalks in East End was ordered published. Mayor Rico was instructed to borrow $2,500 to finance city affairs until taxes Ho was also given aro collectable. authority to purchase carload of sewer pipo, a car of vitrified brick and to sell the patrol wagon. The question of the sewerage on the campus was discussed, but as the finances of the city at this season are always low, a committco was appointed to solicit subscriptions to assist in defraying the expenses of laying this line of sewerage. Mr. D. H. Breck handed in his resignation as membor of the City Board of Health, and Dr. J. G. Bosloy was elected to fill out tho unexpired term. After considerable other routine business, tho monthly accounts, as approved by tho finance committee, were allowed and the council adjourned. lato-Edwar- Dangerously Injured by Horse Mr. A. S. Minter is in a very critical condition at his home on the Boonesboro Fined For Cruelty to Animals. Speed Terrill.colored, was tried before Judge Shackelford on a charge of mis treating a horse belonging to L R. Blan- ton Coal Co., and was given a fine of $25 and cost. The warrant for To mil s ar rest was sworn out by Sheriff David Mc-Cor- d. Will Practice in This County. pike as tho result of being kicked in the breast by a horse. Friday last Mr. Minter went into a stall occupied by his family mare and affectionately tapping her on tho hip was kicked by tho animal, both fcot striking him in tho chest. His condition is very alarming and grave doubts are entertained regarding the outcome of tho injury. spoke of the value of maturity and in a teacher, reinforcing- his opinioes with quotations frosw Rabbi Ben Kara. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. President ot the Keshwky Kduattietwil Association, gave a vision of aomina school as contrasted with those of the pest, her subject being "Tbs OM and New." Judge J. A. SlliTn,ilM local Regent, closed the program with a toast to Kentucky, in whioh he do paired that nowhere in his travels this oesmtry or abroad had he seea sons that wars to hers aad in few pkiosa bad he seen their eqaats. coo-ditio- ns sap-erio- Gloves That Give Satisfaction No glove is "good enossgfc for every day" that is not oi a good enough quality to stand the teat of eveTjF-dwear. ay rs Fine Specimens. Mr. W. F. Jaeksoa, young brother of County Attorney O. P. Jaeksoa. was a pleasant caller at Thk Oumax one Monday. Young Jackson has jnst returned from Detroit, Michigan, where he has been in the employe ot Newoosnb-Edieot- t Co. Mr. Jackson te one or the youngest artists possibly in the country, who is making coasidorabki capital out of his profession. His duty with the above company is to draw the figures and styles for fashion plates aueh as are published in the leading magfuunes and periodicals of the country. Mr. Jackson possesses great talent Jn this particular line and his work rapidly forging to the front. Centemeri Cape and Mocha Gloves appeal to and to cacctnl where. weU-drrss- cd womsw buyers parun- J. Eakins, of Louisville, has located at Kingston, and will practice iiis profession in that section of the Dr. F. Burglars Enter Country Residence. At a late hour, Thursday night, bur glars wore discovered in the residonco of Mr. Brutus White, on Barnes Mill pike, and but for the fact that Mr. White's daughter discovered tho presence in the house of theso marauders, many valua ble and cherished articles would have been missing. An entrance to the building was gained by means of a ladder. which was placed at one of tho second story windows. Hardly had an entrance been gained bofore Miss White was She gave the aware of the intruders. alarm and tho midnight visitors made a hasty retreat. Capt. V. G. Mullikin, on request of Mr. White, came here Friday with his celebrated blood hounds. "Queen" and "Pearl," and they were taken immediately to the residence and placed on the trail of tho burglars. This was followed through tho fields to the piko, where tho dogs lost tho scent. Perfect fitting. i or table, well asade m every ticular, these gloves are county. Dr. Eakins has beon connected with a Louisville Hospital for tho past thrco years and comes to this county highly recommended, both as a gentleman and as a physician. equalled for gcsscral wear. In every detail Duality, shows, and front every aotnt of view "Quality Pays." John R. Gibson Phone 500. 6 Co. New Depot Efforts are being mado to induce the L. & N. Railroad Co., to robuild the L. & A. station, recently destroyed by fire. A petition signed by every busi ness man in thai section of tho city, has been forwarded to tho railroad otlicials and it is bolicved a new and modern structure will soon be erected on or near the site of tho destroyed building. You will throw your money away if "A Furhtinir rhance." a thrilling you buy millinery before seeing Mrs- - U scene at Opera House, Thursday E. Balue's prices East Main street l it n n' Mo,t '. Mr. Floyd Mr. H. Transferred. nnunuaaSN FOSTER'S OPAL An All Cast Range With a Record : : 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 jhk3 all in forty minutes from the time of lighting the match. Second: Three bwshels of soft coal will do all' the cooking and baking for a large family for Yours very truly, a full week. W. D. itockley & Compafly fe H. Flovd. of Gcorcotown. formerly manager of tho local tolephono transferred to Paris, exchange, and with his family has moved to that city. Mr. Floyd went from this city to Wills Probated. Georgetown about ten months ago, and Corneli- his removal to Paris is a rapid and do- Tho wills of tho served promotion. He has many friends son and Judge W. W. Park wore proin Richmond, who will be pleased to bated in the County Court Monday. Mr. Cornolison left his estate to his wife and learn of his succoss. children, naming his wife oxecutrix. Judgo Park disposed of his proporty by Contract Let estate to his wife during her The contract for tho erection of the leaving tho awarded life, after which it is to be equally disnew Christian church has been among his legal heirs to Messrs J. C. and T. S. Todd, contrac- tributed $32,420.00, Constantly At Your Service. tors of this city, their bid, being the lowest and best bid offered of The Climax ventures tho assertion half dozen or more bids submitted. that there are not in Richmond a dozen These figures do not, howevor.reprcsent patrons of the Telephone Company who the entiro cast of the enterprise. There aro aware of the number of young ladles will bo other expenses such as salary of whoso attentions aro constantly employsupervisor, furnishing the church and ed in behalf of those who havo occasion many other expenses and tho total cost to uso the telephone lines. Nor have the will bo not far short of $10,000.00. The patrons of this great public service any building will bo turned over to tho con- conception of tho great amount of teditractors about tho 15th of this month ous labor connected with tho duties of and work will bo begun immediately. It tho "hello girls." There aro times is expected that the tho building will be whon immcdiato connection is very completed and ready for occupancy necessary and those who aro not served, about January 1, 1913. or soon there possibly as readily as thoy may expect, after. bocomo vexed and beneath their teeth breath something which would not, at Former Madisonian Son of loast, be becoming to utter, let, if the Accidentally Killed. patrons of tho telephone lino would tako Raymond Cecil Taylor, aged fourtoon a few moments and visit tho exchange, years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Tay they would readily understand that lor, of Glenavon, Illinois, formerly of there aro othors who are seeking tho uso this county, died Sunday,April2S, from of theso lines and tho timoand attention a bullet wound, inflicted accidentally by of every young lady on duty is taxed to his younger brother, Russell Taylor, the limit in their endeavor to servo the eleven years of age. Russoll was in the publio promptly and efficiently. Below act of shooting at a target, when the we give a list ot the young ladies conelder stopped in front of the gun as it nected with tho local exchange: Bookwas discharged, the bullet entering his keeper. Miss Kittie Lynch; Chief Operaneck and penetrating tho vertebrae, tor, Miss Zeulah Oliver; Toll Operator, grazing tho jugular artery and severing Miss Annio Olivor.local operaton,MifiSM the spinal cord, resulting in death a few Sue Bolton. Myrtle Ballard, Katie Qua- hours later. Mr. Turner Taylor, father bert, Gertrude Rymall, Nannie Dvi, of deceased, wm a son of the late Owen Maggie Tyree, Illea rowers, Laura Taylor, of Unlcn City, this epunty, and Shearer. CurraAea nod Til We Ballard. I brother of Shelby and Thomas Taylor, A more accommodating and efficient tt of Madison. Many otter relative of of operators, wb are oectain, could net perse ts reside here, b found, ud to vaee you or ladies, the ' the sympathy of these and a host public should feel at least grateful for friends St sxtended lb em in this their efforta to cam faithfully tit toeir reapective.capaciUoi, deplorable avoidant. has-beesrief-strieksa Blue Grass League Opens. Favored by the most ideal weather the Blue Grass Base Ball season opened in this city Wednesday afternoon, and the occasion was observed with all the cere mony and pomp usually accorded the advent of this great sport, Tho parade was the largest over witnessed in this city on a similar occasion. Gov. Mc- Creary was given a hearty ovation when he was osbortcd to the mound by President of the Pioneers. Ed Blanton, and President Wm. Heal, of the Blue Grass League. As the Govornor took his posi tion in tho box Miss Elizabeth Blanton presented him with a hugo boquet of carnations to which ho responded with a brief speoch. The first game of the season was secured by Frankfort by a score ot 8 to 5. The Pioneers on Thursday gave the "Lawmakers" a doso of their own medicine and administered a defeat by a score of 5 to 4. Friday tho local team annoxed a game from tho Winchester Hustlers by tho score of 7 to 3. The Winchester boys ovened up matters by taking Saturday's game, D to 2. A featuro of tho gamos to be played here this week will be tho umpiring of Steve Kane, one of tho famous National' League umpires. Ho will handle the indicator in evory game played on home grounds during the week. Every fan in the city and county should attend these On May 1st. Frank Kaaatzar, infant games and witness the work ot an ex- son of Mr. aad Mrs. Roger Kaaatzar, of pert umpire. White Hall. In tho evening the roll call by counties and the ablo addresses by Hon. Barks-dal- e HamleU, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Pror. Grinstead, were Interspersed with music by Prof. Koch, Supt. Ireland, of Stanford, and Miss Miree McDougla. The whole day's program was replete with interest, the weather perfect, and everything combined to make a delightful occassion. a banquet was given in Sullivan Hall by the President and Faculty of the Normal, to the visiting Superintendents, President Crabbe acting as toastmaster. The building was attractively decorated with green foliage and red carnations. A delicious menu was sorved and the following toasts were given: Miss Partringe, of the NormaT, opened the program with a toast to the "La4sra of Kentucky," in verse. She was fallowed by Mr. Rice S. Eubank, editer of the Southern. 3chool Journal, who described "Publie Opinion" as Sekl aad tyramical.' Prof. Bassos Gilmore Stott, who came a fareful apfal for tba Mxt, tsaralag yrefsloa in "Thsy getta quit kitkhi My dawg Dsaa Aaaa HaasiHoa, of Um S4ss On Tuesday evening, The Sun's Coming North "You'll Get Yours" You'll fjefc what's coming to you when the hot sultry days strike this section, and by all means get your just desserts by fortifying yourself against the sun's rays with a Examinations. Examination for pupils completing the Common School Course will be held at the court house in Richmond, Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11. This examination will begin at 9 o'clock Friday morning, May 10, and person passlag same will be granted Dlplem of Ored-natio- n that will eatltla the holders to Ooenty High School privileges. An examination for white teeoners will be bald on Friday and Saturday, May 1? and le. Akc one for colored teachers an Friday and Saturday, May 34 and & Could Not Stay Away. Mr. Walter Delicious Ice Cream Soda Our soda is served cold and stays cold to the very last drop because it is drawn tleliciously tiold and served with plenty of ice. -- For a good. aeda go to f 1 E. Richards, who had ehargn of the undertaking department of Bennett Mhjfint for mvmI yiars, has returoed to RiefcnAod, aad agate assumed these duiiss wkh s above ftm.-- Mr. Riebanh aad bte eaeattattt wifa atad ataoy frisads Bin, who will raja toe to kamr thay aave reiunwd to UaltmtaHyv tfca tfcis eity to rsaids. t-- 1: mi are-un',- " apaava sa tha "CVmeljr Sianttawaaaa,1' aatthag forth tho faot Ifeaft ho fesMs Ihoaaasaisapomat Waits ska aod site pan fat tkmieOoaia thaSlaio. oaavaks. Ws hat yor ataa. " Kica A Axxou. PMC MoDoogls, in "A Parry's Drug Store 75 J " Catarrh Cannot Be Cured I When the Ice Man is King! You'll ameled or want a en- What Haye Manure Spreaders Done For Your Neighbors? "Star" white Sp1 TIE Ask to next time you see the dealer, get him to give you the history of some of the I H C manure spreaders he has sold. Then get the story of other spreaders and draw your own conclusions as to which spreader does the best work at the lowest cost. Durability pays. The spread er that does the best work forv the longest time is the cheapest to buy. The more you find out about spreaders, the more certain you will be to go to the local dealer and buy an with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, at they ciaaot reach the peat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blooi or constitutional disease, and la order to care It you tatut take teteroal remedle. Haifa Catarrh Car Is takeo ieternsUj. and act directly upon the blood aad mscoas surfaces. Sail's Catarrh Cure Is ot a quack medlcise. It waJ prescribed br one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting; directly on the mucous surfsces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients is what pro. daces sach woaderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Bold by Druggists, price 75c Take Hall's Famll Fills for constipation. 5tand the Percheron Stallion Will "Majgo Fight the Flies. One fly killed early in the season will estic" zinc lined refrigerators They are the best ice sav ers and most reasonably priced. see the "Star" before you buy. W. TF. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves HIGGINS Richmond, Kentucky far toward their elimination. Clean up the back yards, tho stables, the gar bage cans, the kitchens and all places where they congregate and feed. Use fresh slacked llmo freely whero the do- bris has been thrown during tho winter. It is cheap and does tho work. Use all known ' applicances to kill flies when they come in swarms. If everybody will fight the flies from tho start, the next door neighbor who does fight thorn will not bo annoyed by this neighbor's flies. It takes a united effort to get rid of them. It has been done for the Pan ama xmo ana can Do done hero by a united effort. BRILLIANT D. at For the season of 1912, at my mother's placo near Richmond, on Big Hill pike FALLING HAIR Itching 5calp and Dandruff are Unnecessary. if you want to prevent baldness, stop falling hair and itching scalp.and banish every trace of dandruff from your scalp, get a large bottle of PARISIAN 50-ce- I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Opposite Hotel Glyndon Corn King or Cloverleaf The best spreaders made are the IHC manure spreaders your local dealer sells, and if you give him a chance he will soon convince you of that fact and give you good common-sens- e reasons for buying an I H C spreader from him. International Harrester Coiiipiny tf America duetto I H C Service Bureau SAGK tittMttWHIWitttltittitittltllfiliit f i Are You a Woman 5 A ARDUI U TAKE ? Is I USA The nuroote of this llureau Is In furnish free of charge to all, the best information obtainable on better farmine. It you hare any worthy Questions concerning soils, crops, land drainage. Irritation, fertilizers, etc, make Your Inquiries srjeeific and send them to I H C Service Bureau, Harvester Building, v.nicaco, u o a You never used a more delightful hair dresting in all your life. Every drop in the bottle is filled with hair growing virtue. PARISIAN SAGE causos the hair to grow profusely and imparts to it a luster and radiance that cannot fail to attract favorable comment. It is guaranteed by Perry's Drug Store to stop falling hair, itching scalp and dandruff, or money back. It kills the dandruff germ and keeps the hair full of life and youthful vigor. Largo bottle 50 cents at Perry's Drugstore and druggists everywhere. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle and cheron colt, bred by W. R. Grimsley of Sweetwafer, 111., color gray.foaled April 0, 1900. Sired by Gaulor's Perchoron Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher & Coloman, of Wayne, 111. Gaulor's sired by Etretat. ho by Yolcan, ho by Bienovillc, ho by Yolatirc, ho by Brilliant. Dam Mag.black maro by Koscoe, ho by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prizo winner at the Chicago World's Fair, he by Brilliant, one of tho most noted of cither Franco or America.for which Mr. Dunham was offered a very long price to let him go back to France. So it will be seen that Brilliant D. is very deeply bred in tho Brilliant blood, and is fully entitled to the name of Brilliant. I wish to impress upon parties having 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 Gazetto will notice that within tho last few days largo numbers of Percheron mares havo been sold for prices around and exceeding 8500. Care taken to pro-veaccidents, but not responsible Lien retained on should any occur. colt until service fee is paid, or bred to another horse. Per-cheront $15 to Insure a Living Colt PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per- THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK FOR CONGRESS. are authorized to announce JACK OHINN, a candidate for Congress in tne Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August 3, 1912. AVe aro authorized to announce J A. SULLIVAN, a candidate lor Congress from the Eighth Congressional District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deatherage as a candidato for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Tho Climax is authorized to announce John P. Baldwin as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to tho action of the Democratic party. We ore authorized to announce N. B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to announce 11. II. COLYER a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Weare hereby authorized to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheilff of Madison County, subjeet to .the action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Tho Climax is authorized to announce II, C. Itice as a candidato for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judge W. ,R. Shackelford as a candito tho office of date for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY W0 aro authorized to announce judge j. J. oiiF.ENLKAK a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of ttie Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce S. A. D. Jones as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We ore authorized to announce R. II. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco O. P. to Jackson as a candidate for tho office of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas H. Collins as a candidate for County Attornoy of Madison coanty, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. "We Democrats You want Good County Government, don't vou? The only way to et it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates tor tne nomination ior ountv Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship You want a laver that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THL BEST? If that of any other is better than mine ote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I J. J. GREENLEAF. will appreciate it. or close acquaintance. State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS COURSES TUITION Preparatory. Slate cate. Life Diploma. Certificate, Iteviaw, TO t ( -- hpr- FREE APPOINTEES Summer Term Opens June Address J. 17, 1912 ITJ G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me DLAFNLSS CURED When Caused By Catarrh, The Woman's Tonic! JCt The Fire is Out After Consuming Our Entire Plant and Stock We desire to thank our friends for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that 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. If you have ringing noises in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way from the noso to the ears through the tubes. Many cases of deafness caused by catarrh have been cured by breathing HYOMEI. It reaches tho inflamed membrane, heals the soreness and banishes catarrh, which is tho cause of most deafness. F. C. Yanaman, railroad conductor of Binghamton, N. Y., writes that he was cured of deafness 'after specialists had failed. is FIYOMEI (pronounce it ITigh-c-mguaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs, colds, asthma, croup, and sore throat, or money back. Complete outfit with inhaler 81.00. Extra bottles 0 cents. Sold by B. L. Middelton the enterprising pharmacist, and druggists everywhere. Let us give you a bid on your house painting, outside oi inside. Only best material used. Workmanship guaran Will also make tho season at tho same teed. Baklow & Doziek,, time and placo, at 30-t- f 307 East Main street. $10 to Insure a Living Col Do your corns hurt? Dr. Russell's Money due when colt is foaled, mare Corn Remedy. Try it. parted with or bred to another horse 30-t- f Wises' Diiug"Stoiik. jack. This jack is of big bone, good head DEFY and ear, and must bo seen to be appre ciated. THL KNIFE. ed, aro ofUis colts which have been foal exceptional sizo and quality Long Tom will be to tho mulo world what and Rox The Cause of Their Formation are toPeter the Great and saddlePeavine the trotting horse world. He is by Wm. Todd's big Jack Still Remains. ho by Marmaduke. His first dam One place where surgery fails to bring Big Andy, he by Tom Kecne, he Btllington: 2d dam by Lear' permanent relief is in the treatment of Rube piles, because even when the evil tum- Napoleon. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per ors are cut away, the cause of their accidents, but formation still remains. That cause is day. Not responsible for same. all care taken to prevent poor circulation. Dr. Lconhardt's Will also stand my Silver Creek Red HEM-ROI- D is tho tablot remedy that Boar Hog at 81.00 cash. is taken inwardly and gets right to tho WM. B. TURLEY Telephone 100. Richmond, Ky inside cause. HEM-ROI- D is sold for $1 by B. L. Middelton and all druggists. Money back if it fails. Dr. Leonhardt Co.. Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Writo for booklet. Long- Xom PILE5 Notice to Creditors. All parties having claims against tho estate of Mrs. Tomtnie Osborne, are requested to file same properly proven, as required by law, on or before May 15, 1912, or same will be barred. A. J. House, 43-- 4 1. Executor. Taxes Due. Your taxes for the year 1911 are now in my hands for collection. Come in early and avoid tho rush, as well as saving tho penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Make up your mind now that you are going to vote for R. B. Terrill for Ilis record as a public servant has never been eclipsed by any former official. tf. 8-- tf Please See Placing Your Order Elsewhere Ds Before ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! longer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nights of sleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. D tho famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what relief! The itch gone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external wash that cleanses and heals the inflamed skin as nothing else can. A recognized specific for Eczema, Psoriasis. Salt Rheum or any other skin trouble. We can give you a full size bottle of the genuine D. D. D. remedy for $1.00 and if the very first bottle fails to give relief It will not cost you a cent. We also can giveyou a sample bottle for 25 cents, why suffer another day. when you can get D. D. D.7 STOCKTON & SON until you feel as if you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until it seems as if you could no Scratch and rub rub and scratch We have opened an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. We have the stock and they aro 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 We have a few hens five months old. for $1 each. Eggs 50 for 15;$L50 for 50; $2.50 per hundred. Telephone 224. A. D. & C. D. Miller, f Richmond, Ky, 41-t- DECIDE YOUR5ELF Bourbon The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Richmond Testimony. Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a strangers Read Richmond's endorsement. -- Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 state-meat- Tako your wool to E. Dcatherago and get tho highest prices. tf Quality Groceries Await You Here We are th 2 the home of full weight and full measure. Lvery article that leaves this store carries our stamp of approval. I You Reap the To trade furnish embroidery materials of all kinds. I have secured the patterns and flosses of Mrs. Ruthford Blanton and trust I may receive a part of the generous patronage formerly given her. Can be found at myhomeCOl W.Main street. Very respectfully, 43-Mrs. W. Edgar Blakton. 4t Read tho statements of Richmond .Now is the time to have your screen done. Don't wait until the flies citizens. work And decide for yourself. get in. Wo do all kinds of fly screen Important Notice. Here is one case of it: & Dozieh, work. Bablow Mrs. S. S. Smith, 133 N. Estill Avo., I wish to announce to the public that 30-307 East Main street, Richmond, Ivy., says: "I had rhouma am Prepared to do stamrjin? and . ii tf The People's Stock Remedy At this season you should not be without a package of The People's block Uemcdy; 25c and 50c. (Jure that old sore, cut or wound by applying Tho People s Antiseptic Healing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug JO-uompany. H at this 'arrest. store pays both 1 in time and satisfaction Sewell & McKinney Phones 6 and 223 Westminster Chimes 1 TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschcdc Hall Clock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and an article of furniture for home, office, or msritunon, appeals aHke to uU&y, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movement insures correctness of time; the soEd oak or mahogany case, wkh dasac lines, conforms to good taste; and the tubular chimes, sounding the hours and eJo-dio- us quarters after the peak of Whit>ea or "Westminster, serve as a pleasrag reminder of the passing hour. The fifty styles give wspJe choice in design, size, aad price, al showag the raootis phases the dud arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede HaH Clock Co. of this dry, aad wjflsesd Smteated catalog oa request. k of DsMM&dt, Staring SSver, Skefieid Plate, KxisfMe GtfUby MuL YeiicafipwcWrf. GoUdSSvJweJry,MMsdacks,Eto, eWssub wr Ctnmpomdtmce DtM'tnwt at pnaa. CootBadcace seidted. TW Frank HthdU C. $75 Jo $750 Constipation causes headache, indigesPlenty of Oats and all kinds of field tion, dizziness. For a mild, opening seeds at attractive prices. See us medicine, use Doan's Regulets. 25c. a Board and Lodging before buyinc. box at all stores. lm If Arnold & Simmons for five or sir. Also two large rooms ed. with two small ones adjoining, porch Grass Wanted. We represent iron bound Hair! Hair! ' and cellar accommodations with the re- For a f ow cattle for tho season. Ap above. insurance Companies Mna. Clara Traylor, Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair mem oer tms. pieces made from combings. Work ply to Thos. P. Mink, R.D. No. 2, Rich 39-t019N. Second St. at a reasonable price. Hair dressed in mond, Ky., or Nelson P. Gay, Winches NEW 1912 There never was a time when people the latest style. I have in stock tho appreciated the real merits of Chambert. FERRIELL ter, Ky, newest designs in puffs and braids, Building lain's Cough Remedy more than now. High quality low prices .B.E.Baluo'a handle nothing but natural hair. This is shown by tho increa&e in sales & Co's Millinery East Main Street.45-t- f Mrs. Maude Mjlceet Walker atid voluntary testimonials from persons Oldham Building 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. When you go traveliug, be suro to get who have bjen cured by it. It you or, 40-t- f Ky Jast received aad are ea sale at travellers checks from the Madison your children aro troubled with a cough National Bank. Good tho world over. or com give it a trial and become ac Our contributors and correspondents 2 RolI45-t- f quainted with its good qualities. For will please remember to white ox one No indentiflcation required. sale by all dealers, T. R. Pennington lm SIDE Of THE PAPER ONLY, as it CaUSCS Think of wool a big price, too then SURVEYOR the compositor to ."speak out" when think of Gott. 43-t- f Dentist. Office for Rent. ap te price. Remember we sell yes solicago of thoso its patron needing ser written on both sides of the paper. tf Offlco next door to Government bull! vices ot a competent man. Address, Office equipped with water and heat in our building on Second street. Pos nir Richmond, Ky. Notice To Creditors. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. session given at once. tfcey ma lea. All parties having claims against the 24-t- f Douglas & Simmons., estate of G. B. Turley, deceasee, are and hereby notified to present same, pro It would surprise you to know of tho cVW, We will hang your paper at 10c per roll (3 yards), borders and ceilIV great good that is being dono by AttobnkYat-L- a , perly proven, on or before June 1, 1912, G DENTIST ings same prsce, and do your painting at the lowest price. Only first-claor samo will be barred. All persons inChamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, workmen employed SlOHMOND, KENTUCKY, Lick, of Newberg Junction, N. B., writes, debted to said estate are requested to Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a office over State Bank & Trust Co., My wife has been using Chamberlain's call and settle at once. aHPajr,Paiits 213 Specialty. Court House, on Main Street. Tablets and finds them very effectual G. B. and W. B. Tdulet, ms 6xss' M Offlco in Bank Building. 45-and doing her lots of good." If you Administrators, clKes Frawes Stmt any trouble with your stomach or GREOU.EAF & HEffRfNGTON have We will furnish you the best awnings aadMkTKs M bowels give them a trial. Sold by all and put them up at lowest prices. Lawyers dealers. lm Bablow & Dozikh, Office in Douglas & Simmons' new 30-t- f 307 East Main street. In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Boarders Wanted. Building on Second Street and THROAT Good cfoan rooms and good table. Ap Dr. Charles F; Anderson opp. Court House Oldham Bid. Rkhwond, JCy Clyds Pollen 8, ply to Xx. Nerve and Spin Specialist, Suite 510, M HOT WTER HEA has H 31-331 Moberly aveaae. BJa&ton, City National Bonk Battels, Lexing1 proved best for plant growth M Dr- ton, Ky. Hours 8 te 12 a. ., and 1 to and most heshhfulfor tie from, jfl The People's Stock Remedy DENTIST Mr. FfcrsMK Make Vnilr hnm mjs nntLia fe vmmi faun. Denttat 5 p. m. All elite c of the nervous a city jet It Trill pay you to laves thatc. H k6fw your uok fat and healthy aad i BcsMtt stellate;. imetami tlM yoaraell in a poafcioa to get th latMt .v quotations a TeiepHono 27 system and affections ot the spine. UKM. Boflrc jw MICmcMI Miata CKujPBOflt Ml frae from di nm. ervke, who Scientifically UU1 by mw aad scienOAm 1b Oldham BaUdin aww Utai to wall ceaiMre-- with , th ben An Etblkhd FactThe Psocik's , . tific methods. . ana laaaMtad. tjll tm 1 m. tm. Poultry Remedy rmiUiuc evry inRichmond Heating & "MaTitto, Ten n mi i, for intorHnn regard oar nviil Gait will take all your wool and pay gredient anoHswy for Um pNdsvtiea of PumbiagCo. the hafhsMt prk. MUrMt yoc. Oor Hra eoer th State oi Kcotaekr. Ekbsmwd Dm Co. an. MtaWpp UuiaUaaaad the Southwn portion o bdtana ibd IHlaol Services Reaaonable. Dan Brack, figfctaiof, cyclone uoit, ine penary man, will buy yot Orcr BUM Bui: A T.nit Ganur and lira atook inaanuMt. tf wool. 48- tf PHONE 83, or 481. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co., Incorporated When baby suffers with eczema or come itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of it goes a long way and St is safe for children. 50c. a box at all stores. lm When in need ol Blacksmithing in any of its branches, Farming Imple ments, Buggjes, Carriages, Wagons, Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. Miller, Union City, Ky. tf tic 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 Drugstore as I had heard what they had done for others who had , used them xneir use maue me leei ootter in a short lime. I recommend Doan's Kidney Pills highly." For sale by all dealers. Prico 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New Yoric, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. lm Now Going On Beautiful Patterns cratic party. Weare'authorized to announce Wm. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub. ject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Prof. Harvey II. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER We ore authorized toannounceMORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Wo are authorized to announce Clyde RAYnunx a candidate for Jailer of Mad ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announco N' Cotton, Jr., as a candidato for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce W. Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE NO LAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of tue Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. J ARMAN a candidate for Asspranrnf Mad ison 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 of the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announco P. down the thruat ot a eapey WHITLOCK, a candidate for tho office chicken destroys tho worm: of Assessor of Madison county, subie asd saves the chicle's life. few drops In tho drinxlnz water to tho action of the Democratic party, FOR COUNTY CLERK CURES and Tho Climax is authorized to announco PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, ronp, cholera R. B. Terrill as a candidato for the office of County Clerk of Madison county, suband other chick diseases. ject to tho action of the Democratic party. Bottle of One We ore authorized to announce LaRueC. House a candidate for County Clerk fo Miiuisoii county subject to the action Democratic party Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. V.vrrr oonltrw raider should kceo a bottle o FOR CITY ATTORNEY this medicine cn h ind. Write for free sample and Booklet on Diseases ot Fowls." Address, We are authorized to announce MUR. GEUEDY C0!iPMY, Leilagtan, Ij. S3URB3H RAi SMITH a candidate for City Attorney of Richmond, subject Sold by Perry's Drug Store oi tne Democratic party. to the action TV o are authorized to announco D. M CUENAULT a candidate for City At torney subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond subject to the actiou of the Democratic party.J W o are authorized to announce W. L, Leeds for Police Judeo-o- f Richmond, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Tho Climax is authorized to announce Superintendent John Nolnnd as a can didato for the office of Police Judge of tho City of Richmond, subject to the ac lion oi tne Democratic party. 41-3- SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We are authorized to announce BENJA perintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo for a few days only." TAKE Wonian'sTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Write to: Ladles Advisory Dept. ChatUaoori, .Medicine Co.. CfcattmoGEi. TeniL, book. "Home Treatment lor Women." sentiree. J51 for Special hutrattionx. and Tk. lie: TheCjROm 50c Poultry Cure -- Cut Price Wall Paper Sale I CbwrlS&t ma. by tea Standard Adr. Oa. H. C. JAMES 31c up & Son "Will buy or sellyour bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arer.need- - There is no seed so fertile as money. Every single dollar is productive. The closer vou Dlant the greater the harvest. Money in the bank, unlike tne crops or field, needs no cultivation, and its is not endangered by frost or drought 5TATE BANK & TRU5T CO. RICHMOND, KY B. Juetf TEN THOUSAND ROLLS WALL PAPERS Single -8 1 8 f. 44-3- Opera House J. T. Real Estate Agent Richmond, H. G. DOTY, l2c Yards 4c, 5c, 6c I m?mm Borders Saae Price as Papers fieaiiS H. I. PATRICK Paper Hanging and Painting I Paint Kentucky ss Wail Dr, M. Dunn SfckU In inn III I II II I U ill U f Q tf 3anyH B B B Robt C. Boggs Rural Telephones ".yy11 B 44-4- H K fl H JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. R Emmett Mtifica f ivB"T.in tr. DENTIST Tmiii, -