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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNE5DAY, MAY 15, 1912 Remarkable Instance Identity Established. NUMBER 47 Look! Look!! Look!!! Everybodyrs Using It Now of Game to the End. Using What? Using Old Dominion Portland Cement Corner Main and B (DeLand Kccister) One day last week as the editor of the Register, camo out of the postofflce, he was hailed by a handsome, d man apparently sixty-fiv- e years of age. Said ho: "I hear you are from Kentucky," "I have the honor, sir," we replied. "And are you from that State?" wo ask-eas ho took our hand in the fashion of the Kentucky State Seal, "United We Stand; Divided Wo Fall." The gentleman gave his name as "James D. Sprake, born in 1835 on the Forks of Elkhorn, Fayette county, gray-haired, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar , NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Frankfort. Ky., and that both were captured at Buftlngton's Island with John Morgan and all landed in prison together. Mr. Sprako recalls threo of Dr. Pattie's cousins taken at same time, Dan and Sam Payne and Crockett, in Captain Tom McCann's Company of Kluke's 8th Ky., C. S. A. Glancing at the empty sleeve that hung at his left side, we inquired as to the cause. "That arm," said Mr. Sprake, was lost when I was a mere child. I went to war and did a soldier's part with one hand only. I was never paroled and never took the oath of al legiance," said he, "but I am loyal to my country and Old Glory just the same." As these old veterans are descending the hill of life to its sunsot valley, let us recall the words of General Bennett H. Young, of Louisville,Ky., a gallant Confederate, who last week at Jacksonville, paid loving tribute to the dead of the "Lost Cause." Said he: Men of Florida who woro the gray, ye be yourself heroes and the companions and associates of heroes, who have by their daring, courage and endurance, woh eternal fame. "But, comrades, we survivors are only a few of that great host. Only a thin and ever thinning line remains. "The living are only a small company. h we saw die under our glorious d banner on fields of strife, fell victims to war's remorseless exactions. Of the remaining 400,000, all have departed and have gono to be with the immortals but 00,000. "There can be no recruits added to that splendid host who glorified the Southland. The books are sealed. Millions of dollars cannot buy a place on this roll of Confederate survivors. Hour by hour we are answering what no earthly power can resist or avoid. One-tentone-thirNEW-MAD- E ROYAL "This is a man's game,and I will play Ben- it to the end," was tho word that ill-fat- L. R. JBlanton Streets Telephone 85 Kentucky." More Money For Madison County Farmers As we gazed upon him with increased interest at tho brief narrative of his nativity, we remarked and here is the remarkable part of the narrative "Mr. Sprake, you are strikingly like my old Confederate friend, Dr. Coleman D. Pattie, of Richmond.Ky., himself a good likeness of the late Governor J. Proctor Knott of that State." "Ah," said Mr. Sprake who for a wonder acknowledged he was not a colonel, but oniy a private "ah.Pattie and I marched togother, fought together, were captured together and spent eighteen months together in the same pri sons, at Camp Morton at Indianapolis, and at Camp Douglas, Chicago!" Think of it, dear readers! To meet a perfect stranger, remark upon his strik ing resemblance to a man a thousand miles away, and learn that they had s been in war fifty years be fore! Remarkable! Further questioning of Mr. Sprake elicited the fact that he was born within twenty miles of our friend, Dr Pattie, the latter first seeing the day light near mess-mate- THE McGAUGHEY Studio It is tho farmer who goes ahead and doos things who thinks clearly and decides wisely, who makes the real winning nowadays. AnJ there is no better evidence nl the fact that the farmers of this county are men who think, take hold and accomplish than the fact that they are taking and unusual interest in the fence question at this time. It is a big question and a vital one. A fence may be either a sourco of loss, annoyance, disappointment, or it may be a source of profit, protection and permanent peace of mind. Any farmer who goes seriously into the matter will speedily find that for real reasons the Amorican Fence stands incomparably above every ether fence material ottered. In service, protection to stock, weather-ro-sjstm- g power and long life will prove a real money-makand money-savto any farmer, large or small. Many weights and styles of American fence are shown at red-letter er has been removed from the Schlegel building; to the Clay building; on Main street and is now open for business in the new location. OKAVES. The Schlegel Studio is closed D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. "A Georgia mother, during tho war, shortly after some of tho greatest battles in Virginia, lingered for weeks about e graves scattered over tho tho scene of conflict. Her face betokened a great and consuming sorrow. Inquired of as to why she Jong remained amid such scenes of desolation and gloom, she answered: 'All my treasures are here; my five sons all sleep beneath these new-mamounds and rest in these lonely new-mad- This train carries elegant high back seat coaches, parlor cars, electric lighted dining car, and makes direct connection in St. Louis Union Station with all Western, DON'T OLD lines. NorthwesternO. and Southeastern St.Louls fast Other B. & trains leave Cincinnati, daily, 2:15 a.m., Keep Your Hair Full of Life, 9 a. m., and 9:15 p. m. Night trains have electric lighted sleeping cars with Luster and Splendor. For informaindividual berth lights. Porry's Drug Store sells PARISIAN tion as to fares and other particulars, SAGE, the really good hair grower, consult your lecal ticket agent, or address S. T. SEELY, T. P. A., B. & O. dandruir cure and hair beautifier. R. It., 513 Traction building, CinEveryone who cares for youthful looks cinnati, O. should use it. Nothing will put age on your shouldWool and Grass 5eed ers quick than scant, faded or gray hair. wanted by Farmers Tobacco Warehouse PARISIAN SAGE not only makes the 40--4 1 hair of both women and men more lux- Company. uriant and boautiful, but it is guaranteed to eradicate dandruff, stop haU from falling and drive itchiness from the scalp. It is a dainty and refreshing hair dressing and is sold by Perry's Drug Store people are side people. Tfeey and druggists everywhere for only 50 lack ykalky asd reuftire pawer. cents a large bottle. Tho girl with tho Auburn.hair is on overy carton and bottle. bnagt sevr life to nek people Dissolution Notice. it gives vigor and vitality to The firm of R. G. Engle & Co. has m'mi aae body. AM Druggists. 9 this day been dissolved by mutual conScott & Bovroe. BJoom fit Id. N. J 1 sent. This May 8, 1912. sepulchers.' "Comrades, nine-tentof our Confederate riches are buried. Only of the brave and gallant heroes that aligned under the Confederate banner in 1SG1, remain on the earthly sido. s The other have gone before. Here and there we meet a criticism of our devotion to the memories of the past and our recalling the experiences of the awful ordeals of tho war. No brave man will deny this privilege. We love our country, but we also lovo our glorious dead; and, whilo we lost, we shall pay them the tribute their courago and their greatness deserve. "Without sword or flag and with soundless tread Once more we summon our deathless dead Out of their silent graves. "The focman need not frown, these all are powerless now. And tears and prayers are the only crown With which wo wreath each brow. "Gather them, one, and all, from the private to tho chief, They died for us and for them there falls Tho tears of a nation's grief." one-ten- th nine-tenth- jamin Guggenhoim, the millionaire smelter magnate, sent to his wife from Titanio by an expert swimthe mer who was saved. "Tell her, Johnson," the steward relates, "that I played the game straight to the end and that no woman was left on board this ship because Ben Guggenheim was a coward. To tell her that my last thoughts were of her and our girls." Guggenheim then, according to Johnson, lit a cigar and sauntered up to the boat deck to help load, the boats. He afterward returned to the main deck and went down with the ship. THE STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS (AZAMEOAfEVERY'GENUNE'MA7TffESS) B XLAYERSOFCOTTONX . Zemo For Dandruff You Be Surprised to 5ee How Quickly it Disappears. Will No mora dirty coats from dandruff heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. No smell, no smear. Zemo sinks into the pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes the hair fine and glossy. Zemo is prepared by E.W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is regularly sold by all druggists at SI per bottle. But to enable you to make a test and prove what it will do for you, get a trial bottle fully guaranteed or your money back at Perry's Drug Store. 25-ce- l$lk I (COMPRESSED TO ONE f STANDING NEARLY THREE FEET HIGH ARE- - 1 THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF UNUSUAL SIXTH! 1 1 SPRINGINESS i f fjj B M 'v' Jm'! J M :r v fmmr IfM! - fWW: VV''.:.':..-.--- g 1 I ifr! M4'. f.0s V , ? Day Trip to S-- 5t Louis. By leaving Richmond on L.& N.train, 0:25 a. m., direct connection is made with the B. & O. fast train,leaving Cincinnat 12 o'clock noon daily, arriving St. Louis at 8 o'clock same evening. 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Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. All Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Them HAMILTON 1 Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market lor now and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite jTour attention to our lino of PERSONAL SOCIAL j MHk 3 Save Your r3Jackberries, AND CHURCH NOTES. Rev. D. H. Scanlon is in Louisville j for a few days this week. The wo mans missionary society of thb Presbyterian church will meet Friday at 3 o'clock with Mrst R. N. Roark at Sullivan Hall. The Christian Endeavorers of Ken tucky met in Owensboro, May Oth to Tho 12th, in their annual convention. usual number of good speakers were there. The Supremo Court of New Hamp shire has upheld the clause in the will of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy.bequesting $2,000,000, to the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston. The National Association of Southern Baptists of the United States convenes Madison in Oklahoma City county is represented by Messrs. I. D, Todd and son, H. C. Todd. Eld. E. B. Barnes was in Winchester Sunday where ho filled the pulpit of Eld. McNeil who came here to deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the pupils of Madison Institute. In the matter of church extension the Methodists can Dosnt to a building rec- cord of a church and a halt a day, and they weren't tho kind of churches that keep empty or whose pastors take four months' vacations in Europe, either. Revival services are being held at the Second Presbyterian church, East Main St. at 7:45 every evening. Preaching by Rev. T. P. Roberts and music by Prof. Gwynn and wifo of Wilmore, Ky. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of the services. Tho Baptist church, of Nicholasville, which recently has been remodeled and enlarged at a cost of about $3,000, was dedicated Sunday, May 5. The pastor, the Rev. E. W. Coakley, was assisted in the dedicatory service by Dr. E. W. Powell, of Louisville. The latter preached the dedicatory sermon. Rev. O. M. Huey. of Somerset, has accepted the call to the pastorate of the Great Crossings Baptist church in Scott county, and besides his duties as its minister, ho will do some field work for Georgetown College, for which ho is peculiarly adapted. He is a graduate of of that college. An average of eight new churches built every day in this country.as statistics show to have been the case for the past twenty years, indicates that there is littlo reason to be pessimistic regarding the religious futuro of America. Moreover, church membership is growing faster than the population. Tho Baptist church, of Winchester, has called to its pastorate, Dr. R. T. Marsh, formerly in chargo of one of tho He is Baptist churches of Nashville. about 35 years of ago, is a man of strong character and of pleasing personality. The church has been without a pastor since the death of Rev. George W. Shepherd in March. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly overy Sunday in their apartments, 13C Second street. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Lesson sermon at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening.testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Froo reading room 130 Second street, open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Sunday, May 19, "Mortals and Im. The public is cordially mortals." invited to any and all services. As forecast in last weeks Climax the last service held in the house before turning it over to the contractors to be torn down and replaced with a new building was held in the Christian church Sunday evening. It was in the nature of a farewell service and to many it was an occasion of bringing back sad memories, memories of long ago times and lone ago friends and relatives. Several short talks by the older members were had. It was a meeting of spiritual uplifting and so impressive in its nature that it will long be remembered by all who were present. to-da- y. uni Others. Tailored and Fancy 4 Waists "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in 5ilks for Waists and Dresses Gall and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN McKEB The Richmond Climax. miKa8 ETERT WOK38IT ET THE CLIMAX A. D. Milter RINTING CO Pres. aad Mgr. See'y-Trea- s. (iHe&rperated.) w. o. ynM Mentor ( MKjwicr pmw AsseotATtew tot EMHVH BMMer PBUHi06 LEA6K. pbioe turn XX PBR YEAB ABVAMOE WBBN1SDAY. MAY IS - Tm 1M2 gni r ihwhwr T private fadiricwUc ii Fadiineh irato saps Th pioplo aro mora laaa willing lo Im M, bat wont bear c 4 far I derr U atfaoee tbeir li irnHtiT aad Wttipt to drive tbe people toto t eaeap of their fevered candidates k all wraag. Whieaever way tbe eat jmmfm it ifcpaU be permitted to jBMp at Iks dlOtatoS of UK popl aad Mt tbe boaees. Tbe people are still ate to ehaot far tfcoawlwt. Tbe teal pawar fe with tttem. Tbey make aad aaeaeJre favarttc. Their oolteetive votes oloeato or relagMc politaeteas at wUL Tm people are supreme ia tbeir rifbt ad as tor as Wast Kaataaky is oaaeamod ae aot propose to be parties to a faatioaal ngnt or to a private eoa- - real agkt ia KMUMkjr is Tbe Madison County Democratic Convention will be held in this city Saturday. May 25th, to select delegates to attend tbe State Convention to be held in Louis on "Wednesday, May 29. Tbe Climax does not recall tbe time when the Democrats of Madison were so throughly interested in a similar event, Oar people are divided as to who should receive the instructions of Madison for president of the United States, but wefail to discover scarcely an objection to send' the Louisville Convention a deglegalion iastceoted for one of the fourgentlemen meatieaed in connection with the presi denoy. Even those who favor a can! date whose prospeots for instructions from thk oeunty are remote, strongly fever seeding from Madison a delegation with instructions regarding the castiue eX tbe oeunty vote in the State Conven tfcm. The largest gathering of Demo crats ever seen on a similar occasion in thk city will be here Saturday, May 25 te Kews-JJMaaaw- New School Law Under the new stale law governing tbe apportionment of the state school fBade, it is believed by the heads of the edaoataonal department that school at tendance will be improved. Tbe new law requires money to be paid teachers en a bask of school attendance, as well qualifications to teach, thus encourag iag tbe teacher to get the pupils to the school everyday. Prof. Rarksdale Ham let, soporiateadeat of public instruction aad Prof. T. J. Coates, superintendent of rural sehook, are at work on a plan for payiag the teachers under the aew law. Under the old law a teacher was paid regardless of tbe number of pupils ia attendance, and it is said in soaie of tbe schools the attendance was allowed to fall by reason of the fact that Under the tbe teachers did not oare. aew phut the teacher will be allowed the minimum salary, and this will be in creased as the percentage of attendance in tha school increases. Last year and for several years past only one third of the pupils enrolled attended school dur ing the year. It is hoped to raise this next year to at least SO per cent. When in need ol xllacksmilhing in aay of its branches, Farming Imple- meats. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Rabber tires &c, get prices from K. E, Miller, Union City, Ky. tf rti-M- tbe prospoete far a DomooHHic gaocttc ia November nifilminmiac arigaeor each day, it k ofatorwbte tbat basin me. wbiek always heaps ttc ayes aa the pettiM situation, k Ht la tbe leant alarmed. Mare aad Mm fc k baaoaiiag tb sober opin-ia- a oC onlaottere from tbe bucinooc world tbat aatblm; k to be feared from tbe overthrew of betb Repabliean faetieac. For tbe ftret time in a seere of years, tbe so en Pod Baaiaonc Iatoronts" are aot rakeagtbeaM preeleetioa cry "Deate-orati- c saoaanir means b acta ace rain." Tbe stoek market "balk" aetrer were how. amtniktic tbaa tbey-ar- c Awwodbii eeea-ptete Thk War DojMrtoMat bos laid dews tbe rale tbat aooees to its records of tbe service of Ooafaderato seMiars wbo are npatioante for poaotoas aader tbe will be given oaly waea appW-eatfk made throogh Keatacky oHoi-a- k empowered to adjadieato saoh efeiaM. et Be Jolly What's the use of being sad. What's the me of sighing! What's the use of getting mad? What's the use of crying? Sadness dees not cure the ill, Sighing will not mend you; Anger is a bitter pill, Tears no aid can lend you. Work your case of "blues away, Smile when troubles fret you; Cheerfulness will always pay, Laugh when things upset you. Mr. and Mrs. L. V, Erans have been attending the Musical Festival in Cin cinnati. Mrs. M. Wides and children have re turned from a two weeks visit to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Suit have returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Harrodsburg. Miss Mattie Elder spent the week end in Cincinnati, and attended the Music Festival. Mr. M. C. Covington is at home from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hashbrook Ilay- nes in New York City. Miss Eatherine White, wbo has been teaching school in Irvine, has returned to her home in this city. Dr. Tracy Wallace, of Irvine, was a guest Saturday of his brothers, Messrs. C. C. and Daniel Wallace. Mrs. T. J. Davis and son and daugh ter, of Campbellsville, are guests of Mrs. S D. Parrish on North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wides have as their guest this week their charming cousin Miss Emma Segal of Avondale; Cincin nati Ohio. Mr. Sim Hamilton, of Wisemantown, visited his daughter, Mrs. Harry Scriv-ne- r and family, in this city several days last week. Capt. Carlo B. Brittain, of U. S. Navy, is spending a few days with his family at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin's, near town. Mr. Joseph C. Cain, telegraph operator at L. & N.. this city, left Friday for Louisville and Indiana, where he will visit friends and relatives. Mrs. George Gentry, who has been sick for more than a month s slowly im proving. Her many friends and relatives will be glad to see her out again. Mrs. U. K. Stone. Mrs. Professor Smith and Mrs. A. J. Suit are back from Harrodsburg where they attended a Missionary.Convention of tho Methodist church. Mr. A. J. Suit and wife, of Richmond, stopped off on their way to Harrodsburg Monday and spent the night with Rev, J. W. Crates and wife Nicholasville Gatling Gun. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Burnam and Mr. N. B. Deatheraco have returned from Macon, Ga.. where they attended the Confederate Reunion. They speak in glowing terms of the beautiful South era city, especially the wide sidewalks and streets. IIon.Lewis Herriogton, Judge "Jack" Greenleafand Hon. Harvey Chenault, three of Richmond's prominent citizens, were here Saturday on business connect ed with the Dti River dam. They are progressive men, always taking active parts in every move for the betterment of their city and county Danville Messenger. Mr-- L D. Todd and son, H. C. Todd, left Monday for Oklahoma City to attend the National Association of Southern Baptists which convenes in that city today. After the convention adjourns, the Messrs Todd, will go to Spring Lake, Mr. Todd owns a farm there Texas. which he purchased five years ago.They will be gone about two weeks. Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage in June, of Miss Margaret Mount, of Lancaster, to Mr. T. M. Wilson, of Cave City, this State. Miss Mount frequently visited Mrs. Louis Land ram. formerly of this city, and is well known here. She is an exceedingly handsome young woman and has many friends here who are interested in her approaching wedding. It is with sincerest regret that friends learn of the intended removal of Mr. Z. T. Rice and family to Garrard county. They expect to leave in the next few days and will reside on Mr. Rice's farm, three miles from Lancaster. Mr. Rice's health is such that his removal to the country has become necessary and it the very earnest hope of the entire community that he may rapidly recover and come back to Richmond at an early date. We can't well afford to lose permanently such splendid citizens. Tho prospect for blackberries in this county was never so glootriy; iho severe winter killing niany of tho vines. A Climax reporter has inquired of many from various portions of tho county, and without an excedtibu. they report the' I crop almost a complete failure The consuption of this heathful fruit in creases annually, wnlle the land on which much of the crop grow, on ac count of its increase in value, has been cleared and is being used in the growing of wheat, corn and tobacco, reducing the supply and increasing the price of the berries. Years atro you could buy them at 25 cents n bucket, about 8 3 cents a gallon. Last year, early in tho season, tbey sold at 40 cents per gallon. This failure will not only bo regretted by the thousands of consumers, but to many who brought them to mareet, to whom it was profitable for several weeks. eJ. L. Seasonable Remember It Pays to Trade at Watson's Biggest Bargains We Have Given This Season Just the Things for Immediate Wear. Save a Third to One-ha- Watson B argains 114-11- 6 North Upper LEXINGTON KY lf at Watson's Sale One More Week For Silks. silks in light and dark stripes, Chiffon, Taffetas in Foulards in variety of stripes and checks, shades, SOc.and COc values. Bargain prica e Messalines, Foulards nTSots and figures, solid color, Louisinos, worth up to Fancy Taffetas and 9f 81.50. Bargain price Black Taffota, Peau De $1.00 and $1.25, Cygnes and Messalines. Bargainprice stripe, Silk Serges, light Cheney Foulards, big assortment; stripes Wash. Silks. Worth.up to and dark shades; h CS)c $1.25. Bargain price stripe Silk Serges, in h Black Satin Peau De Cygne, all dark shades, all puro silk, with a lustrous satin finish, QEr . worth $1.50. Bargain price Mossalino h self-strip- Bargain Sale of "Women's Ready-to-We- ar Garments Everything in Stock Included in This Sale. Women's $15.00, 810 50 and $20.00 tailored Suits, now Women's $22.50, $25.00 and $20.50 tailored Suits, now . Women's $30.00, 832.50 and 885.00 tailored Suits, now i Boy's Report of the 5ermon. A mother could not attend church ono Sunday, so she sent her boy instead.and urgently admonished him to romember He as much as possible and report. "Why stand heard the preacher read: ye here idle? Go labor in my vineyard and it will be well with you." And the text was: "An angel camo down from Heaven and took a live coal from the was about altar." The hymn "The Cross I Bear." He returned home much elated because ho could remem ber so much. He said the preacher read about the boss who came along and said: "What are you standing 'round here for doin' nothin'? Go into my barnyard and go to work, and I will make it all right with you." The text was: "An Indian came down from New Haven, took a live colt by tho tail and jerked it out oH the halter," and they sang somethin about a cross-eye- d bear. 1 ' ....$n.95 $16.75 . $19.75 $9.95 $4.95 $6.85 .... $16.75 $9.95 $8.75 $8.75 $4.95 $8.75 $8.95 ... n 3.0-in- 7Qr ' ..... h 30-in- Women's $12.50 to 315.00 White and Blue Serge Dresses, now Woman's $7.50 to $3.50 White and Blue Serge Dresses, now Women's 39.50 to 810.00 Colored Serge Dresses, now Women's $22.50 to 325.00 Black and Colored Dresses, now . . Women's 315.00 to 310.50 Colored Silk Dresses, now Women's 810 and 312.50 Colored Silk Dresses, now Women's 312.50 White and Colored Linen Dresses, now Women's 30.50 and $7 50 White Lingerie Dresses, now Women's 810 and 812.50 White Lingerie Dresses, now Women's 312.50 to 315 White Lingorie Dresses, now SUfc h Cheney Foulards, Crepe Meteors, in all evening shades; T 1 QT with double and single borders, best materials in stock $2.50 and $3.00 quality. Bargain price Chiffon Taffetas, now changeable effects, 3G inches wide, $1.50 quality. Bargain price All imported dress trimmings less Radium and Foulard Patterns; Chiffon and Marquisette Robes.and all Novelty Patterns less 4.7J $U9 one-thir- one-fourt- Dress Goods. Ever3T piece of dress goods in stoek at Bargain Prices. All Men's "Wear Suitings, imported,novelty and Ratine Suitings priced specially low to be made Mrs. Pendleton in our dress making department. Attention. I desire to call the attention of the good people of .Madison and adjoining counties io the fact that I am prepared to do all kinds of rubbertiring. I will put s rubbertires on wheels 3 feet 4 incnes, and 3 feet 8 inches, for $12.00 per set, and on wheels 3 feet 0 inches, and 3 feet 10 inches, for 814.00 per set. 8 steel tire, per sot, 84.00. Setting buggy tires 40 cents each. Tho above prices are for cash. Seo mo before placing your order for work of this character. E. Waldex, 0mo. Red House, Ky. 7-7-- .. in charge. CASH SALE SHERIFF'S eJ. SALE L Watson It would surprise you to know of the great good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., writes, "My wifo has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels give them a trial. Sold by all Im dealers. . LEXINGTON, KY What Masonry Did in Battle. "One of tho first things that interested me in Masonry," said Past Master John Speed Smith, of Washington Centennial Lodge, tho newly elected Junior Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge, "was the story told mo by my uncle. General and Rev. Green Clay Smith.and the incident also furnished the inspiration which led me to become a member of the Fraternity. My uncle was a soldier during the Mexican War, though but a boy or sixteen years of age. In one of the battles the Americans were driven back, and one of our officers was cut off and surround od by Jlexicas who were on htm with bayonets to run him through. Suddenly a Mexican officer threw himself between his assailants and savee his life, though he was carried off a prisoner of war. My uncle said in the din and noise of the battle he could not hear anything that the American officer might have said, nor did he notice that be made, any unusual motions. When the captured officer was exchanged, and returned to his regiment, soon after, my uncle asked him: "How in tho world did you manage to escape with your life? I thought suro that they would kill you. Why did that officer go to your rescue, when all others seemed determined to kill "My boy, when you are old you? enough, you should become a Mason, you will loarn why that officer saved my life," said he. And that was all ho would say about It. My uncle determined to become a member of an institution which protected its members even on the field of battle, and he did so as early as he could, and remained a consistent member until his death." An incident in John Speed Smith's career, in the mountains of East Ten nessee, which has been published in the "Disciple," furnishes reason to believe that being a Mason also saved his life on ono occasion Masonic News. ARTHUR WHEELER Presents The Original By virtue of an Execution No. 1, directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's ofiico of tho Madison Circuit Court in favor of M. B. Whito against Lucy Hockaday and Walter Hockaday, I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, June 3rd, 1912 Georgia Cotton Pickers Local Talent BENEFIT OF between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door in Richmond, Madison county.Ky., expose to public salo, to tbo highest and best bidder, the following described property (or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy plaintiff's dobt, interest and cost), t: $2,901.40 and tho costs of this action, the life estato of Lucy Hockaday in mup down the thrjat of a ffipey chicken destroys i'10 wormf aad sive i tha cni:i life. levt drop in tbo drtnUci; wat" 44 ACRL5 OF LAND moro or less, on tho waters of Silver Creek in tho Kirksville Magisterial District in Madison county.Ky., and bound-o- d as follows: On tho north by lands of Lucy Hockaday; east and south by the lands of Parker Anderson, and on tho wost by the Paint Lick turnpike. Levied upon as property of Lucy Hockaday and Walter Hockaday. CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, Normal City Lodge No. 162, K. ol P. cbder; and olhor Iole diseases. TERMS: Sale will bo" made on a credit of ihree (3) months, bond with apMakes 12 Gallons of Medicine proved security required, bearing inEvery poultry ral'er should keep a bottle ol terest at tho rate of C per cent, per anhand nwdicine num from day of salo, and having tho th!l Booklet on DiscusesWrite tor free sample of e ols." Addres: Mid force and effect of a salo bond. BOURBON BEUEDT C0UPA5T. Itiinston. K. o-- i BourbonPoaltryGure One 50c Bollle of D. A. McCORD. S. M. C. May 15, 1912. 47-- 5old by Perry's Drug Store Postmaster Wallace Notified of New Ruling. Persons desiring to convert their deposits in the Postal Savings Bank into United States registered or coupon bonds in denominations of $20, $100 or $500. bearing interest from July 1 at the rate of 2 per cent, per annum, payable must file their applica tions with Postmastor Wallace on or before June 1, according to an official notice received by him last week from the department at Washington. Heretofore it was necessary to make applica tion only fifteen days before the date fixed for tho interest o begin. Under the postal savings system bonds are re deemable at tho pleasure of the United States after one year from tho date of issue, both principal and interest pay able twenty years from that date in United States gold coin. The bonds are exempt from all taxes or duties of the United States, as well as from taxation in any form by or under State, munici pal or local authority. Bonds can bo secured only by the conversion of postal savings deposits, and will not be issued to persons who aro not depositors. semi-annuall- r "Dangerous What Is Your Opinion? Grand Opera House Wednesday Night Prices 25, 35, 50c The State of Kentucky Implied May 15th Oevomar MoCroary gave oat a ricaed titatotnont Tbareday ia which be said be hiwired Obaatp Clark for presides. He doelaced for baratoay ia tbe Dam own tic party, aad ako stated tbat if iaetruotisBC ware givoa be woaM All the songs roadorod by tbe Iters of tbe K. of P. Mhaitrek taabjbt are tuaofal aad aor to tbe Richmond HiBfltc towers. If you want to enjoy a hearty laugh, hear the funny jokes at the K. of P. Minstrels tonight. Groom-to-b- e Well Known Here Mr. R. D. Armstrong, of Frankfort, an Listen! Yon caivwask our slASK GOODS. nounces the engagement of his daugh ter, Mrs Mabel Armstrong Magoffin to Mr. Milton Elliott, of Lexington, who Wkdem, life or folly formerly lived at Kirksville, and is well If H dees not seem to bring known here. He is a son of Elder Mil Happiness? Be jolly! (Ellis Parker Butler. ton Elliott, formerly of this county.Tbe Lexington Herald says: The wedding will be a beautiful event of the early summer. Tbe bride is one of tbe Capital's most charming and at tractive young women and is much admired and loved here. Mr Elliott is one of Lexington's most popular and ds teemed young men. He is a prominent oustness man, noiatng tne position as Kentucky representative for Ginn & Company. Tbe news comes as quite an interesting surprise to hosts of friends of the attractsve couple. This engage mont is oi great interest in tins city as Mr. Elliott is so well known here. What's the use of anything THE' 'EOWHAK WAT" IS THE IDEAL PLEASURE TRAVEL WAT OF 19 DAYS' TOUR TO YELLOWSTONE PARK COLORADO, UTAH, &c. Alumni Luncheon. Tho Alumni Luncheon of Madison In stitute will take place tomorrow, Thurs day, at 1 o'clock at the Masonic Hall It is especially requested that the guests assemble promptly. Miss Issie Million will be toast mistress and the following program has been arranged: Toast "My Alma Mater," Miss Ann DeJarnett Toast "The Rivals," Miss Bessie Turley Toast "Cradle Days," Mrs. Bosley, of Stanford Toast "Our Babies" ...Mrs. Wm. Mays Toast "Sense and Sensibility" Mrs. Harvey Douglas Toast "Great Expecrations" Miss Duncan Foster Toast "Tho Threo Best Doctors Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet, Dr. Good Conscience" Miss Mary Earl Oldham MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912 Lake and Seashore Tours IN AUGUST, 1912 Mothers Day. fresh and spotless from the laundry? Know that you when come to us for your Summer lavns and linens, percales and ginghams, you will get reliable goods and colors that will vash veil and vear veil. Come In and see them and test them. Ovr prices on these goods are moderate. For a very small outlay you gain a very big amount of comfort and pleasure. Look nice In summer time; make your clothes of cool, dainty vash goods. What is more delightful than to put on a pretty vash dress, John R. Gibson & Co. Telephone 500 ' li Last Sunday was Mothers Day the second Sunday in May. By common consent this day has been set apart as Mothers Day a day for us all to show our gratitude and respect for our living mothers and to reverence the memory of our departed ones. To Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia the world is indebted for the idea, tbe beautiful conception of a Mothers Day. She suggests that bright flowers be worn in honor and reverence for the living mothers and white ones for those that have passed away. Recently Miss Jarvis received a letter from James Whit comb Riloy, the noted Hoosier poet, commending her for the great inspiration tbat moved .her to found Mother's Day, and so pleased was Whisperings that something was Miss Jarvis with a portion of the letter rolatlve to mothers that she secured the going to happen have been going around content of Mr. Riley to make it public. for several weeks but even the "know He said. ing ones" didn't know, or at least, they The heaven that lies about us in our were taken off their guard. Not until infancy is Motherhood, and no matter they had returned to Richmond on the how exalted or hew depraved we say noon train Alonday was it generally we are always attended by tbe known that Prof. J. G. Koch aad Mies grace of a w other"' love. Kordoos that Mariana Deverell, two of Eastern Nor vMvee splendid ever fade into the light mal's best known and nost faithful Every groat atan has f eeeasaea day. glori'fted a groat mother. In the trafody teachers, had gone on the early train to et Cavalry, it ia beautiful to see the Versailles ami had been made man aad Maeter looking down upon Ek mother wife by the rector of the Epieooeal to in lead treat soJieitMo. teniae Prof, and Mrs. comfort his beet beloved dlooipie, and church at that place. him to oemfort hor. On thk day lot Koch have taken rooms with Mr. and each of as baaor tha hallowed memory Mrs. S. P, Deatherage on the Summit. ef has BuXhot, wearing in token tberagf Aboht two baadfed Mudonts of tho tbo Aesml yajbol of parity. Of other oat Moadagr ahjht aaaof wo aaay wave yraat Korea, ewt KorfBlKUaaraod ocpi. tbat aKt puciom inflaaaoe than aad rave ibo jaaronade, Summer outing write for folders giving detailed information. Address BOWMAR'S TOURS, Versailles, Ky. 4C-- 0t All Tours personally conducted by Daniel M. Bowmar. Before arranging for a AVo have repeatedly asserted that it is positively dangerous to have your eyes examined or glasses fitted by "short teri opticians, optometrists and spcctaclo peddlers," none of whom have any medical knowledge of tho oyc. The Richmond public will find wo never make any eye statements, we cannot substantiate. These opticians, optometrists and spectacle peddlors," all over the State of Kentucky, banded togother and formed an "optical society." Backed up by tho wholesale optical houses and urged especially by the cityopticians, they used ovory means in their power, fair and foul, to havo tho present legislature enact a law to recognize them as a profession to bo called "optometrists." They expected by this means to gain enough prestage (as tho moro careful people in tho cities and towns have deserted thorn and are consulting oculists), so they could still gull an unenlightended public lo believe they knew how ta adjust glasses for defective vision. Tho legislators being men of intelligence and integrity, and knowing that these ''short term opticians and optometrists "had no medical cduca tion of the eye, its appendages or diseases, and hence knew nothing about the proper correcting of defects of sight with glasses, immediately proceeded to defeat the bill when it was introduced. Tho opticians and optometrists of Ohio, Tesas, Illinois, and a dozen other States tried to have a similar liw passed, bu; in every instance the legislatures refused their requests, stating: "that they were satisfied that this class of eyesight specialists were not competent to adjust glasses for failing oyosiglit." Kontucky and tho States montioned above all havo laws recogniiing Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Iviw as reputable professions. "so-calle- d You are invited to demonstration of National Biscuit Company, Saturday, May 18th, 1 A : RICCI'5 Restaurant and Confectioner Ice Cream Parlor. V. at 1 Name To : Remember MEATS FOR SUNDAY DINNERS! people's eyes and sight tha.t the law aad el the State will aet tolerate It or saaetlea Its members, dea't yea ceaear with Ke that 11 Is positively daageress te risk year preeleas eyesight aad wear glasses ftHed by these tacem-pete"sell-styleeye specialists?" law-make- rs at When aay vocation wishing te tie called a profession is so rank, detrimental aad dangerews. te tbe welfare el the d Our long suit, liberal amount ROAST. of Married 5uet with each FINE That suits every good Cook. Among our boasts, are our Sunday Roasts. They should grace your tables. T. O. Do you realize the fact that the glasses you aro wearing, wero fitted by ono of these same "short term opticians, optometrists and spectacle peddlers," that tho State of Kentucky refuses to say aro competent lo accurately examlno eyes and adjust glasses. If you wish to escape Impaired eyesight and the blind asylum, don't you think it is about timo, before it is too late that you wore discarding thoir glasses, and have an oculist, one with the medical education of tho oye, examine your eyes and see if your glasses aro correctly adjusted? As we are permanently located hero and are tho only oye specialist in Southern Kentucky, exclusively adjusting glasses, possessing the medical education of tho oculist and tho training or tho technical optician; being competent, having a thorough medical knowledge of the eyo, its appendages and diseases, don't you think It would be well to consult us warding your eyes and tho woaring of glasses, whon needed? Cost's no moro to havo your work done right than you pay "short, term opticians and spectacle poddlers," for your eye destroying magnify- - " ' ing glasses. Head this articU over tho socond time and then ponder. Ia office Saturday evenings until 8 p. m. N they learn what it stands for. It is our duty and our pleasure to tell you. There is a great firm of Manufacturing Chemists in Detroit, The Peninsular Chemical Co., whose name on the label of a remedy is the best possibly guaranty of its purity and medicinal worth. They prepare in their splendid laboratories over 100 remedies for household use. Strange as it may seem to you, they do not believe in secret medicines. They think you hare aright to know what you are taking. And you have. So they put the full formula on every label tho name and exact quantity of every ingredient-- all in plain English so you can judge for yourself. If they were not sure that each of these was the besfc possible prescription if they, were not sure that their skill in compounding these remedies was' unsurpassed they could not afford to do this. Anyone can copy their formulas but there is no danger that anvona w.I! equal thoir quality or the remedies, and they know k. You see. this makes their success depend on Quality, cy in medicine is not good for you. You have a right tc know wba? J are using; all about it. "We like to handle drugs or quality. This Is That ta why we obtained the agency for these Tremlef Here is a name "PENSLAR" that will meauao-rea- t deal to every man, woman and child in this city when 7pS S $5.00 Eye bcamNMrtkM Free Until Remedies Remember the name "PEXSLAR." est Quality and about Peaito. Watch for it. See Come in awl k about the.. You someday. Leara afcwt it now Formula-on-the-Label." nr Broaddus. Sanitary Meat .Seconds! GAYLE Office "00 W. Main Street, S& GAYLE RICHMOND, KY Reatember aSySV ..rrTK. a. f pJlLI ."SiLd Hlor? ? V61 V JlSXr remedy ittephofie 39 Oyer Middelton's Drug Store. .a Stockton's Drug Store J. S. t STANIFER Your The Richmond Climax. UBW CTCHl MW (KJPtOPlE May Prolong Their Lives WVMKfWl if Spring Suit THE CLIMAX RIOTING - (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller Never before have the assortments been so comDlete. Our racks are brimming over witn ail the new styles Young'men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of 5uits. Fc Fit, Style, Wear and Quality none is our equal poor and digestion weak. "We want to say to every aged perSec'y-Treason 1h this vicinity that Vinol, our deW.G.White licious cod liver and iron tonic (without oil) will prolong life. It creates KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION an appetite, aids digestion and makes ltd good blood. In this natural manner EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. replaces Vinol retards waste and weakness with strength, giving new FtflCE YEAB life to the worn system. PEK $1.00 If people in this vicinity only realIK ADVANCE ized how Vinol invigorates old people we would not be able to supply tho 1012 demand. WEDNESDAY. MAY 15 Try a bottle of Vinol with the understanding that your money will bo returned If It does not help you. Pres. and Mgr. s. At an advanced age waste Is more rapid than repair. The organs act CO more slowly and leas effectually than In youth. The circulation Is poor, the blood this and watery, tho appetite A Will and a Way When Frank Sheldon lert the law school he settled in his old home town. Fairfield wa3 a small place, not far from a large city. Sheldon figured it out that he could live better on a certain income In Fairfield than on a doubtful prosperity In a large city. There was something else. Edith Sawyer lived In Fairfield. But tho Hon, John Sawyer, railroad magnate, could not appreciate an attachment between his daughter and a poor, young lawyer. So the poor, young lawyer studied and struggled along. He had been struck by a peculiar phase of a great case that wa3 being tried at a nearby city. The law Journal which printed his article on the subject commented on his views rather enthusiastically. Urged by his confidence that he had done a worthy thing, he set off for the Sawyer home, determined to Interview Mr. Sawyer. He was very civilly received. "Quite an Interesting article of yours." said the millionaire. "I thank you for the copy." Frank bowed, then plunged. "Mr. Sawyer, you must have seen that I love your daughter, but I've said nothing until 1 felt assured of your consent." "Oh, of course," Interrupted Mr. Sawyer. "How much did you get for that article?" "A few extra copies," said Franu, blushing. "About what I thought," said Mr. Sawyer. "Now, Sheldon, I like you, but liking doesn't count when a life contract Is involved. You've given all your time and trouble for nothing. The only things that count are results." He paused, then added, "1 don't think I need say any more." "I thank you for your candor," said "Good-night.- " He Frank, rising. rushed out of the bouse, and down the street almost ran Into a stout, elderly gentleman who was toiling up tho hill. "Phew!" said the man. "Why don't you keep carriages at tho station? Please tell me where 1 can find John Sawyer's house?" "Because 1 don't keop a livery stable." growled Frank. "The Sawyers' house is the large one on the hill. The stout man pulled tho Sawyer doorbell and said, "Tell air. Sawyer th!jt John Hunter wants to see him." Mr. Sawyer almost ran downstairs. "Why, this is an honor. What brought you here?" "You've got a young lawyer In this village named Frank Sheldon. Know him?" "Yes, he was hero a few minutes ago. You probably met him." Mr. Hunter chuckled. "Well, well! That's one on me. Asked him why he didn't keep a carriage at the station, and he snapped back that ho didn't keop a livery stable. He's the man I want." "What's it all about?" asked Mr. Sawyer. "It's about that article the young man wrote. He has struck the right Is he all lead on that case of ours. right, honest, reliable?" "I think he Is," said Mr. Sawyer, slowly. "Then send a note to him at onc6, asking him to come." After tho note was sent, Mr. Hunter explained that the discovery ot tno young man. If known at tho beginning, might have saved a hundred thousand dollars in litigation; that now he had it in his power to upset their plans. Edith Sawyer had heard the conversation. She was standing on the step watching the moonlight when Sheldon arrived. She put her fingers to his lips. She told him of the conversation, and, as he was leaving her, whispered, "If you don't bid high for yourself, you needn't bid for me." There was a deal of hemming and hawing in the ensuing conversation. Frank saw that they were veering around to an offer. Finally, the proposition came. Frank smiled. "I suppose you aro Jesting, Mr. Hunter?" "Why, certainly not; It is a large offer!" "Of course," said Sheldon, calmly. "In order to shorten this Interview, I will namo my own terms a feo of $20,000 and an equal Bhare In the contingent fund." "It is preposterous," cried both together. "Gentlemen, I bid you said Sheldon, rising and walking to the door. "Hold on there," said Mr. Hunter. "I shall certainly hold on the terms given," Frank said. "Others will pay more." Mr. Hunter looked at Mr. Sawyer, who nodded his head. "Well," he said, "give us a few minutes to think it over." Frank found Edith in tho drawing- room. He told her ot the conversa tion. "Did I bid high enough?" he asked. A glance at her eyes was enough. At the end ot ten minutes a knock came at tho door. Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Hunter appeared in the door way. Mr. Hunter turned to Frank and said: "Mr. Sheldon, we accept your terms." Six months after he paid another visit to Mr. Sawyer. He found that gentleman in the library. "Mr. Sawyer, I " Frank began. "Sheldon, my boy," said Mr. Saw yer, "Edith is In the drawing-room- . Go Perry Gets New Medicine r A New Remedy Called Digestit Found to be Sure Relief for Indigestion and Stomach Disorders, Perry's Rexall Drug Store as well as first-clas- s Pharmacies throughout all the country have been supplied with the new remedy for stomach disorders called DIGESTIT. This new medicine has been found to bo a sure relief for the distressing symptoms ot Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It will digest food in a remarkably short lime. Special arrangements have been made with the makers, of this remedy where IT DIGESTS FOOD THAT STOMACH CAIOT. they propose to prove its weaderfal feeling, heart burn, beihiK or by merit. A limited number of fall sfo packages will be suppHod witheal cost by Perry's Drug Store that you may lest it in your own wise. These, packages will be given to the first ones calling, so if you are a victim or Indigestion do not miss this opportunity to get relief, or if you are one of the many who enjoys a hearty meal, but do not indulge too freely fearinir lhe after effect- that full uncomfortable - B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists Under Discipline Richmond, Ky NOTED POET WELL Paludan-Mult- er PERFUMER'S DAY WILL COME GUARDED Norfolk Suits They're the very style you want. We show them in medium and dark Then He Will Have Odors That Will Move Mankind Most Was kept From All Social Intercourse by His Eccentric Wife. Profoundly. A perfumer was talking shop. "When will my trade," he said, It should? When will perfume sway men's minds as drink and famo do now? "I have a dog. Often in the country my dog will spy a dead, rotting, sun-dribird or fish. The odor of that carcass fills my dog with ecstasy. He rolls upon It in a delirium. It is difficult, even with a club, to make him stop. Well, there. Just there, is the perfume that sways dogs, and a dog perfumer, patenting It, would become a billionaire. "The serpent arum is a plant of 3trong odor. The arum has, indeed, a stench. Well, this stench attracts to It from miles around all those insects that fed on carrion. If you look Into the cup of the serpent arum you are sure to see a very Inferno of insect drunkards hundreds of them, intoxicated by the arum's odor, whirling and leaping and spinning in a mad dancce. For the serpent arum's odor Is the odor par excellence of insects, as the rotten, fish odor Is the odor par excellence of doss. "Have I any perfume that sways mankind like that? No, none. Imagn ine my hay drawing a lady from her milliner's or her pet pianist's! Imagine my girofie drawing a man from his beer or his Jackpot! "Yet tho day will come, I am convinced, when we shall have perfumes that will move mankind as profoundly as tho spoiled fish perfume moves a dog and a3 the serpent arum perfume moves the Dermestes and Saprlnldae. In that day my address will be Riverside drive, Newport, Jekyl Island, Monte Carlo and Los Angele3." "de-relop- as ed sun-bake- d new-mow- shades e promise you the greatest value in all the land Our suits are now going, so come early that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Footwear We are leaders in WearWellShoe 'The Always Designed br Becker. Mayer Co. mT Special" at $3 Chicago and $3.50. We have the new things that the ladies want White Buck, Suede, Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that are guaranteed to fit. d&ency for women. We have the sole agency for Rice & Hutchins famous Lducator ohoes. We carry them m white duck and uanvas & Sil-K- id and "Royal for Men" $4.00 f !! Nkl Hammond noticed that his wife looked tired one Saturday afternoon when he returned home early from the office. When he spoke of It she admitted that she was pretty well worn out, and when he discovered that she bad dropped a tear on the lapel of his coat he Insisted that she should take an afternoon off. "You're worn out taking care of that youngster," ho said. "Now, you Just trot along to the matinee or anywhere you feel like going, and I'll at tend to the offspring. He needs a little masculine discipline, anyway.1 Mrs. Hammond demurred on the ground that she didn't want Hammond to devote all his Saturday afternoon to taking care of the baby, but Ham mond was determined and eventually had his way. "You're the dearest thing that ever lived," murmured his wife, as she kissed him goodby. "But I'm afraid you'll be sorry. Baby Is so so efterves-cent.- " "Pooh!" scoffed Hammond. Then he smiled In a superior way. When he returned to the living room Hammond found his son, who was seated on a small stool and looking quite Impossibly virtuous, gravely contemplating tho landscape from the front window. The situation appeared easy, so Hammond sat down on the chair nearest the infant and pulled out his oldest and smelliest pipe. "What do you say to having a smoke, old man?" he Inquired, Jocularly. "Ough!" replied the baby, approvingly. Then he squirmed off his stool and went and stood by his father's side. "Rather a good stunt, having the feminine clement take itself off occasionally, hey?" Hammond Inquired pleasantly, as he pushed the tobacco down Into his pipe with his little Anger. He laid the pipe on the arm of the chair, rose and crossed over to the mantel to get a match. "Humph!" said the baby In a mul-fle- d tone. Hammond turned In time to see him cramming as much of tbe pipe's stem down his throat as he could conveniently Insert there. However, as his father leaped toward him, he gave a chuckle, removed the pipe from his mouth, dexterously shook the contents out of his own clean little cranium, then threw the pipe upon the hearth. Tbe sound made by the amber mouthpiece as it broke against the tiles caused baby to become fairly delirious with Joy. Squealing like an ecstatic pig, he ran from the living room back into the dining room. Hammond set his lips firmly, "Now," he said to himself, "is the time to teach him the rudiments of being a citizen." He followed the baby into the din ing room, where he was sitting under tbe table. Hammond stooped down and spoke sternly to the chuckling miscreant, "Gome out, son," he said. Son merely hitched himself farther over toward tbe other side of the ta ble, shaking his bead delightedly. He then ran aroupd the room three times, dexterously avoiding the father's outstretched hand every lime he passed, then suddenly stopped and threw his arms around bis father's knees, shouting Joyously. Hammond disengaged himself and taking his son by the hand led him back into the living room. "Pick up that pipe, young man," said Hammond, sternly. Tho baby blinked at him and the corners of his Hps curled upward. "I mean It," In slsted Hammond. The baby responded with his familiar chuckle and capered cheerfully. "Very well," said Hammond In a tone of finality. He led his eon out into the hall. "Now, wilt you go back and pick up the pipe?" he Inquired, "or will you go Into the lavatory and stay for the rest of the afternoon?" For answer the baby dived Into the lavatory and plunged headlong Into a pile of pleasantly plump pillows that had been left on the floor to get tbe sun. Finding this quite soul satisfying, he presently righted himself and beamed upon his progenitor. "You'll stay here?" asked Hammond. "Very well. You can come outwhen you're ready to mind daddy." The baby merely projected himself once more Into tbe mass of feathers. Thereupon Hammond shut the door and went back to the living room. Three-quarter-s of an hour later he returned and led his son forth to the scene of battle. "Now," he said, assuming a frown jthaf should have sent terror to the infantile heart, "pick up that pipe." The small boy looked up Into his father's face and tbe smile faded from his own plump countenance. He dropped his father's band and got dovn slowly upon his knees. Once more he glanced up at his father. Seeing do fign pf relenting, he put out his hand slowly, picked up the pipe, struggled to his feet apd, with remarkably good ajnij planted the pipe upon his father's solar plexus, TUob, a&outlng in mirth, be fled. g Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 19 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experience in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber & & & that go into a building Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc The famous poet of Denmark, was closely guarded in his later years by an eccentric wife, greatly his senior. Of her preposterous oddity, writes Mr, Edmund Gosse In "Two Visits to Denmark," storie3 were averywhere current In Copenhagen. She kept him as much as she possibly :ould from all Intercourse with the outer world. During a visit to Copenhagen the host of Mr. Gosse decided to Invite the poet to dine, and his laughter and guest were sent on a mission to Invite him. If we could secure him for a night convenient to him, writes Mr. Gosse, ill that was brightest and best In Copenhagen was to be constrained to :ome, too. But fortune was against us; If we had found him alone It Is possible that success might have crowned our efforts. When we arrived, with our dinner invitation on our Hps, we were damped by being told that the poet had gone out for a walk, but that Mrs. Paludan-Mul'le- r would receive us. The fierce little lady. In fact, closed our retreat by peeping round the edge of the door and commanding us to enter. Miss Aline Fog, overwhelmed by the event, lost her presence of mind, and blurted out the Invitation, which It would have been wiser to suppress. The answer came at once: "Impossible, my dear lady, impossible! I could not sanction It! Mr. Paludan-Mulle- r is weak; ho Is he is only too ready to go Into society. It Is my privilege to prevent it. I say to him, 'You are too delicate, my dear, to mix with others. You must positively consider your health.' " MJss Fog feebly asked whether the poet might not himself be appealed to, "Such old friends! so small a party! so early an hour!" The lady was quite obdurate, however. "I could not trust him with your message. He Is so weak, so Hi3 place is at home with me. I do not wish to dine abroad, why should he?" good-naturegood-nature- ' sour stomaeh.you surely win try this remark aWe relief. Two or Uue toWets im medtalaiy after eatfng or when suffering will relieve almost testaatly. DIUESTIT is a harmless medloiae absolutory free from any daBgereus o g drags. It digests food, In a natural way and teaes the tHs estiva organs to a haahhrl eoadiiioH. Kaltfs assimilation thereby giving ntilrMiea to the famished body. haMt-formis- FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point, which you should nevor at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay uateaa they are supplied with the material from whicbEots are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Kgg out of the material which she timls in her food, ami unless she is given the proper ToN'IC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for he Production of Pure, Rich and Wholeaoma Ems. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which 33ft acts quickly upon every vital part, keeping tho" CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth oi tho fowl. ' mCHMOXD dRtjo CO. Farmers, Attention We are Agents for the WOULD HAVE MISSED FIRE Julius Kahn's Story of Hoosler Who Lccked Himself Into His Hotel Room. PUTS OUT PETROLEUM FIRES Corner Orchard and Todd Edwards Lumber Go. -Main-s- t Caustic Soda Solution Mixed With Alum Is Found to Be Most Efficacious. , Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky There are no fires more disastrous than those In which petroleum mineral essences, benzoin, etc., play a part, on account of the difficulty of getting them under control. No real ly efficacious method has ever been put into use to extinguish fires ot c origin. "Water Is ut terly useless. Danger may be at times reuueed to a minimum by pre venting contact of air with the flame. choking it between blankets, mats, damp cloth, earth, or sand, but this is by no means always sufficient For this rtason scientists are Interested In some experiments made recently in German laboratories bearing on the possibility of controlling fires of vary ing chemical origin. It is said that If a stated quantity of caustic soda solution be mixed with an equal quantity of alum it forms a dough or mar tajwflfteen times as great as the or iginal single quantities. This dough Is very light and foamy. If this substance be flung pver the petroleum, etc., and the entrance of air Impeded, the fire will at once be put out. An experiment was lately tried In Germany to establish these facts be yond question. An Improvised fire extending over four cubic millimeters was extinguished In less than two cent, soluminutes by an elghty-pe- r tion of the above mentioned sub stance. hydro-carboni- BOB WALKER 11 Tj j Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera. Gapes, LimbernecR, Roup, CanKer,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry zrZriiVaZZT ItcnrsapndiiinbWckwitbtfl. ud 60LX DY Nil Will have three great Stallions at his Stable for the Season of 1912. LORD RION 52777 Race record 2:20 by the great Arion 2:07 out of Madge Fullerton 2:21. Great brood maro list fee $25.00 living colt. 3-- 4, 4, tor reuiudUanlittlxInt Mia Kttie Bryant. Banbown. Ky. 111: "I bare oird Ripe 4-- 1 poultry rffiied made. dropped down the billot a ePUC drop of Recipe 4-- 1 44 U'iB Coosa. Btrrkewn. Ky.. Myt: "One reUeret the chick irKUnll jr. 1 ti the belt preientie 1 hire ever used. cJnctrn Lit the worm Kffl. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Birditown, Ky. Price 50c at all Drnggisu. Julius Kahn had Just been to congress by a very small margin. and one of his political supporters was reminding him of the service he had rendered In the campaign. "What would you have dono if it hadn't been for me?" he asked. "Why, I would have been In the position of the Hoosler In the hotel," re plied Kahn. "He and two companions occupied one large room together. Aft er a day In tho metropolis devoted principally to following fire engines in tho hope of seeing a conflagration, the cement sidewalks proved too much for feet that were accustomed to plowed ground, and he retired. When his companions returned a few hours later they found the door locked. They kicked on the door until they awak ened him and asked for the key. "I threw it over the transom, he replied. "When they had found It and un locked the door one of them asked: "'What would you have done It there had been a fire? "'Why. I wouldn't have uenV Saturday Evening Post. Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators Also New Western Cultivators Malta double-shov- el 5 and 4 tooth Cultivators. Binders Mowers TAYLOR & OLDHAM MARK HANNA 44 (Better known as the Jake Horndon horse) Registered saddle stallion by Lynn Boyd 90. Dam Helen B. 373 by Abe Van Meter. Helen B. is also the dam of a gelding that sold for $1750.00. Mark Hanna has proven to be tbo best breeder of saddle and business horses that ever stood in Madison county. Fee $15.00 for a living colt. STOGKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CLEO good-evening- You Don't Have To The greatest Spotted Pony Stud alive. His colts that are coming this spring are a grand lot. Fee $12.00 for a living colt. ROBT. WALKER 43-4t Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from RICHMOND. KY 0. B. McKinney E. Main Successor to Tate & Son Childish Belief. Ys, children believe plenty of queer things. I suppose all ot you have had the pocketbook fever when you were little. What do I meant Why ripping up old pocketbooks In the firm belief that bank bills to an Immense amount were hidden in them So. too, suu must all remember some splendid unfulfilled promise ot somebody or other, which fed you with hopes perhaps for years, and which left & blank In your life which ' nothing has ever filled up. Holmes. Destructive Success. "What has become of that man who said Mars Is habltabler "He made the mistake of convincing too many people. There wasn't enough skepticism to beep up a fairly interesting controversy." A Telephone 35 5treet I will make it to your interest ir you see me before buying The Imperial Double Disc Harrow Choice Location!. "The advertising man has W troubles these days." "As to how?" "Evedybody wants space next to pure matter." Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. Wo have tho stock and they are good, strong, healthy chickens. Our pullets layed 'during all tho cold weather of the They are exceptionally past winter. good layers and began to lay at five months old. We have a few hens for $1 each. .Eggs 50 for 15;ll.fl0 for 50, $2.90 per hundred. Telephone 324. A- - D. & C, D. lftllr. Richwoad, Ky. f 41-t- throw back sections out the ground and throw H outward. The rear section work it Mils and Ing it Once The conditk for to its or$oa position. The ground is leveled and pulverized and eft in Single Disc and mjt-over the field with an Impend Double Disc does as much work as twice over with a f. more thoroughly. The time arid expense of discing is reduosd '". Double horses. An An ordinary Disc Harrow of sit or sevefT foot cut is ccnerally used witk three accomplished. Disc of the same width or cut requires only four. Tho saving of horse pewer is lateto awl e the the two First by the form of tho machine. The double action of of two serra fcrrows. attached ly following the other, requires mucli less than the power solid Mad, have Second, by "the shape of the blades. The scalloped blades, though Uttw iHtlviam than against the surface they move and consequently have tees draft. less bearing sen-ic- rrft one-hal- Iprial haw, imd e Douelas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street Take yor wool to E. Death fe and tf get the highest prie-M- . your ere to Xow k work done. Dm't wait until tbe Ml get in. We da all kinds otflirj Baklow A DoauM, work. tktie lv 907 99-t- f But Xaia tni. Kept Its Ministers Long. "The town of Lancaster, Mass., in which I live," said Mr. Harold Parker, "is a place of little size not over 2,000 population and yet It has enough of individuality and quality, not to speak of history, behind It to make its inhabitants very proud of living there., In the first place it Is ancient, a charter having been grant ed It In 1653, and the same year wit nessed tho establishment of tbe first parish church, which I can assure you is no commonplace house of worship. "The present structure Isn't so very old and yet It dates from 1810 and looks good to last another century. The remarkable feature, however, is that in Us history of over 250 years pis church has had but eight ministers,. Including the incumbent. Sev- lo her." eral of them were pastors for fifty years or mqre and the average Is over brty years, whjci I imagine is a recTaxes Due. ord "np othpr rpliglgus congregation year 1911 Your now " Baltjmpro American. in my Uses for thocollection. are Como can duplicate hands for in oarly and avoid the rush, as well as saving the penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Just Hla Job, JoakJey-Nq- w, there's a, fellow who doesn't do anything but pick up pins all the time," South Bound, Coakley-'W- ell, well! that's a queer No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives superstition. t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. Jo&kley On, no; it's not a superstition, but an occupation. Ho's em- No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Do- parts 0:45 a. m. ployed la a bowling alley. Catholic No. 1. Louisville to licattyvlllo Standard apd Timet, Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m Evtry Clty'a Pride. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. "No aaatter what city you strike," No. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. remarks Senator Gore, who travels all over the United States each year, No. 27. Richmond to Louisvillo via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. "Somebody is certain to 'confide to you: 'There are more automobiles No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 0:15 p.m. Departs 7:25 p.m used here, for the population, than Cincinnati anywhere in the country.' That's one No. 9.ford. Arrives & Maysville to Stan 7:21 p. m. Departs fact about his own town that every 7:25 p. m. piaa Irmly believes." North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. nu No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and ilaysville. Arrives uu a. m. otic To Peparts 0:25 a. m. All partita having claims against tho No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville , ettate of Q. B, Turley, deceased, are Arrives ; jo a. m. ueparis czu hrfey Botlftal to present same, pre--, No. 28, Louisville to Richmond .via Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. perly proven, or or before June 1, 1912, Ar b barred. All persons in No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati or sane will rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. debtftd to said estate are requested to No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive eU and sUk at onee. 3:00 p. m. G. B. and W. B. 4. Beattyyjlle to Louisville AdminWtratoM. No. Arrivexl:3p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m tf-- tt Hak aj? your miad ow that JWt m No. St, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar- rlvo aod Departs 4:4 poa. for R. B. Tarrill for giof to Hk record m a public servant Ko'a 81. 37. S3. 7, 34, 38, 38. 32 w No'a71, J, , 10 2, 7 telipwd by any former Daily-train- s. never has daily Kxcapt ftinday. tf. offloial 8-- tf ods of waking them up prematurely, to furnish blossoms at a time when they are scarce and costly. Mere greenhouse heat and moisture falling to yield the desired results, they have successfully tried warm baths and other vapors to shorten the hibernating period of bulbs. From Germany comes a description of the latest plan devised by a man named Weber. By sticking a needle into tho base of the bud he has caused it to unfold two or three weeks ahead of its fellows. Still more time was gained by injecting water Into the buds. Not content with water, a physician has tried Injections ot water with ten per cent, of alcohoL By this means he succeeded In gaining ten days In the budding of oak twigs. Art. Plants That Go to Sleep. Plants have a mind of their own on the subject of winter sleep, and gardeners have tried various meth- w. l. lee: Decorator Painter and. Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers New York Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME ic; hold3 no brlet for Itself; you may take It, or you may leave it It doe3 not force itselt rudely where It Is not wanted. It is reverent to all tempers, to all points of view. But it Is wilful the very wind In the comings and goings of its influence, an upcapturable iuguive. visiting our hearts at va grant, sweet moments; since even before the greatest works of art we often stand without being able quite to lose ourselves! That restful oblivion comes, we never quite know wlen and It Is gone! But when It comes, it 13 a spirit hovering with cool wings, blessing us, from. least to greatest, according to our powers: a spirit deathless and varied as human life Itself. John Galsworthy la the Atlantic. A Card to the Club. Old Colonel Dick Bright of Wash ington was shaved for many years by a negro barber, who, not being blessed with the splendid longevity of the col onel, finally died. Bright went to the funeral, and at tho dinner table that evening said he had put his visiting card In the old barber's coffin. "xnavB tne craziest thing I ever heard of," remarked a friend. "What on earth did you do it for?" "Well," explained tho colonel, "If he goes to heaven, ho won't need It But it he goes to the - other place. It win introduce mm to- a lot of good fellows. Popular Mechaalcs, There never was a tirao when people appreciated the real morits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have b?en cured by it. If you or your children aro troubled with a cough or, cold give it a tria and become ac quainted with its good qualities. For sale by all dealers. lro Art Is the great and universal refreshment For art is never dogmat- Qolsard SPRING STYLES Man-Tailored Made-to-Measu- re Suits, Coats, Dresses Samples shown and measures taken by L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 SeconcTSt. Richmond : : Ky. 3-- Also beautiful line of Suitings, Serge& and Mohairs by the yard. Phone 410, Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beautj- - enough to make her- Creclta, a-- self highly agreeable. If you wish. to see faces light up with-pand satisfaction just drop in' anaon the customers at y Office foe Rent. Olllco equipped with water and heat in our bujlding on Secoad street Pes- -. session given at oac. 34-- tt Deesuks &.Snirr.. Tblt, Lackey Telephone 63 & Todd Opera House Building- - v4 f-ieeti- ba Qoit, wool, tat potatory man, will Vy year The Home of Low Prices and Square Deeithg EartW Highest award wherever exhibited. Over 500,000 in daily use. & gallons of water ner minute. It will not freeze, having stood the test of 38 degrees below zero. A boy can draw water with ease well. It can be from a put up in fifteen minutes, as it had no attachments below the platform. No wire between cups or hole in Hat link. Guaranteed to purify anj' foul welior cistern in ten days of ordinary use. ten-year-old For wells or cisterns It draws ten 30-fo- ot pBfsjfc&tt- - 31 uoulwmrany pump on the market. Ouuraateecl ten years Chain made of best galvanized steel connected with solid, heavy seventeen puajre flat link. The Boss Galvanized Steel Corru rated Curb, uneqimled in merit Most handsome and durnbiiitj'. and strongest made. -- SOLD BY- "Warranted Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Phone 270 B. F- - HURST. Prop. Richmond, Ky. Building Time Will soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. Ml All work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me :::::: Jeff Stone SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, MAY 19, 1912 $.50 Round Trip $.50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. NECHOLASV1LLE 6:44 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. T RUTH has one good left anyway, Time. friend Time is the revealer of truth, as well as falsity, Time proves the truth and exposes the faults. And you can ride down any country road in this country, or any village, town, or city street and see for yourself what Time has done to bring out the facts about" paint. Over there g you see a muddy, house as it were low vitality, paint that is dying dead, may be. bleary-lookin- dull-eye- d, And there in a stone's-throaway, one that fairly gleams with the reflection of living light, bright, clear, with that brilliant sheen and radiance of gloss that tells you the story of what's in it just as truly as if you were looking into a mirror to see your own self. Time has proven absolutely that Horse Shoe Brand House Paint, manufactured by the Mound City Paint and Color Company of St. Louis, is the truest paint manufactured in this country or any other country. It's the one paint that does what good paint ought to do, and so much more than you expect that any paint will do. This is because it is made of nothing but the highest quality white lead, zinc, and best aged linseed oil. One gallon goes twice over a surface as high as a and 50 feet long and stays there at least three years and sometimes ten. w six-foot- er good in paint. It pays to know where to get it. All we have to say is that wc know absolutely that Horse Shoe Brand Paint is the straightest, highest quality, honest priced paint for honest work that we can get hold of. Made by the same house for twenty-si- x years. Sold on its merits ; on its character. Remember, too, the Mound City Paint & Color Company manufactures a complete line of thehighest quality paint specialties a Horse Shoe Brand paint for every use: Floor Paint, Barn and Roof Paint, Stain, Screen Paint, Wagon and Implement Paint, etc., Grecian Enamel for the Bathroom, Iron Beds and the like. And so we claim it pays to know that there's one paint store in this town where you can get good paint advice: and there's some color cards you ought to have, too, if you're going to paint they're free to you here at the store come and get them. To-Wauk-- It pays to know what's HE WENT OVER THE WABASH DEA MEATS OF ONE PATTERN FOR CONGRESS, Mry e wyvMtt FMi'i ktt Rf. We are authorized to announce JACK Vetera Cretflt Mn Says Thy All Htt Tmm4i a IwHchww t C II INN. a candidate for Con rM to the I TaHc AIIk mhI Try tome Eighth District, subject to the action of Trfeke. V the Democratic Primary to be neia August 3, 1912. Elmer T. Stevens of Charles H. "Deadbeats," remarked an old credit Stevens & Bros, told the foUewteg We are authorized to announce J. A, mi, "all talk alike. They are plausi-k--1 story at the Association of Comree Congress SULLIVAN, a candidate lor to start with," he went on, "and luncheon at the La Salle bote la from the Eighth Congressional District are so free and easy they deceive evsubject to the action of the Democratic Chicago: ery one but the most astute credit' party. "When Stuyvesant Fish was prai- "I can't see," began tho girl who dent of the Illinois Central railroad, FOR SHERIFF ! they make a positive The Climax is authorized to announce likes to talk, "why the business of be was sitting in his office one morn- down building one back promise to pay on a frank and being an interpreter doesn't nourish ing with the door closed, looking over room of certain date. They Elmer Deatherage as a candidate for which Mr. Bellamy and sev do this so unreservedly Sheriff of Madison county, subject to nowadays. I'm thinking of starting some reports. The door was sudden- eral that suspicion of his cronies had on Thurs is disarmed. Of course they don't pay the action of the Democratic party. out In it myself and I'm sure I'd make ly opened and In came an Irishman day evenings to play met skat and enjoy but they have some of the best exThe Climax is authorized to announce a large income. I don't mean inter- with his hat on his head and his pipe other festivities appropriate to John F. Baldwin as a candidate for preting foreign languages, but Just In his mouth, and, walking up to Mrn occasion, the burning question of the cuse In the world. They have had a the Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to plain English! If Fish, he said: "I want a pass to St hour became what to do with tho rlnh run of hard luck, for Instance. the action of the Democratic party. the merchant takes this well, they will "I have learned through painful Louis." house cat more credit If the merchant We nre authorized to announce N. B years of bumping my cranium against "President Fish, somewhat sur"One of you fellows," said the man ask for JONKS n candidate far Sheriff of Madison county, euuject to tne action 01 tne uemo- - stone walls and I yearn to take under prised, looked up and said, 'Who are who owned the house and incidentally is obdurate they will come back with my wing all the poor, bewildered mor you?' the statement that the merchant is crauc party had owned the cat, "ought to take We are authorized to announce H. IT, who still think the words people "The man replied, 'I am Pat Casey, care of her. Hypatia is a good cat and making It unnecessarily hard for them COLYEK a candidate for Sheriff of Modi tals to get along by crowding them; they non county, subject to the action of tMe use express "what they mean. I want one of your switchmen.' fine looker. It would be a shame to Democratic party to pat them on the back soothingly "President Fish, thinking It was a turn her out into the street with no will hint, also, that others have been soliciting thefr trade. Weare lirrrliv authorized to announce and murmur 'There! There!" and good chance to teach the man a lit- home and no friends. Bellamy, she VAN It. BKNTON a candidate for Sheiiff "Bight there is tho time to come then explain to them that 'Do you like tle lesson in etiquette, said: 'Now, has always been fond of you. What1 of ?Iadison County, subjeet to .the action of the Democratic party pink chickens?' really means, 'We Pat, I am not going to say that I will the matter with your taking down on them hard. Shut off their her?" refuse your request, but there are cerWe are authorized to announce Jacob came on tho 10 o'clock train. "Me?" exclaimed Bellamy. "Me? credit Usually It is useless to sue, S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of for such persons are Judgment proof. "For Instance, Mrs. Gamboge calls tain forms that a man should observe Good Lord! My wife hates cats.' Madison county, subject to the action of you up over tho phone some morning in asking a tavor. You should knock "Meow!" interrupted Hypatla, and The next move Is to let them think the Democratic party. and says, 'My dear, we're having a at the door before you come in, and rubbed patches of her new summer you have forgotten them. They al few people in to cards tonight and when I say "Come In," you should en- garments off on the leg of his trous- ways are on the watch for the man FOR COUNTY JUDGE nagging them all the time, The Climax is authorized to announce want you to come. I Just got It up ter, and, taking off your hat, and re- ers. Bellamy softened at that mark of who keepsgrow but they careless of tho man II. C. Rice as a candidate for County on the spur of the moment it's only moving your pipe from your mouth, confidence, Judge of Madison county, subject to the a little Informal affair. Oh, most in- you should say, "Are you President "Never mind, old girl," he said, T who leaves them alone. Some day they formal, my dear, I assure you! Just Fish?" I would say, "I am, Who are won't go back on you. We'll go up will leave an opening so that some action oi the Democratic party. Tho Climax is authorized to announce a few friends! So glad you can come! you?" Then you should say, "I am to the house together and seo what we thing can be attached or levied on and then is the time to Jump in and Pat Casey, one of your switchmen." can do." Judge W. .R. Shackelford as a carnli "I've seen the time when I'd have Then I would say, "What can I do for to the office of date for Bellamy carried Hypatla home in a get your money. County Judge of Madison county, sub dismissed the matter until Just be- you?" Then you would tell me. and "A favorite trick ot the deadbeat 13 box Mrs. Bellamy viewed the ject to the action of the Democratic fore time to dress, when I would not the matter would be settled. Now. you hat to offer his note for tho account bundle with suspicion and alarm. party. have even glanced at the shelf carry- go out and come in again In a little "What have you there?" she asked, These fellows think nothing of giving ing my party gowns in boxes, but while and see If you can do better.' FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY "Just a little surprise," said Bel their notes. They would buy the con "So the switchman went out, closing lamy lamely. tinent of Asia if they could give their We are authorized to announce judge would have picked out somo high j. j. oueexlkak a candidate for County necked thing. Probably I'd have Just the door. About two hours later there He raised the lid of the box and notes for it, and would clean up a forAttorney or Madison county, subject to worn my hair as I ordinarily do and was a knock on the door and Presi Hypatla, released from her unwonted tune and get out of paying the note, the action of the Democratic party. would have taken a street car to get dent Fish said, 'Come in.' In came confinement. Jumped half way across Just listen to one of these deadbeats We are authorized to announce S. A to the scene of tho festivities. But Pat Casey, with his hat oft and his the room. talk, remember what ho Bays, and D Jones as a candidate for County At not now! pipe out of his mouth. Pat said, 'Good "A cat!" she cried. "Why, Harvey, when the next one strikes you his lan torney of Madison county, subject to mornln', are you President Fish of that Ib a cat What did you bring her guage will be Identical. It is almost the action of the Democratic party. as if It were the fixed ritual of their "I have grown wiser. 1 know that the Illinois Central?' President Fish here for?" We are authorized to announce R. TI. said, 'I am. Who are you?' 1 am order." "To kill the mice," said Bellamy. (JKUOKJi a candidate for county Attorney the English language does not mean subject tn the action of the Democratic what it is made to say. So I spend Pat Casey, one of your switchmen. "Mice?" she echoed. "Why, there party. all my time after luncheon preparing 'Well, Mr. Casey, what can 1 do for lsn t a mouse about the place." We are authorized toinnounco O. P. PARISH SPLIT OVER LATIN . I got a to go to Mrs. Gamboge's informal lit- you?' 'You can go to h "There ain't?" said Bellamy ex Jackson as a candidate for to pass over the Wabash.' " -cueaiy. ureal scott, haven't you the office of County Attorney of Madi tle affair. I have my hair dressed and heard 'em? Why, the way they ram French and German's of Metz at War son county, subject to tne action or tne my face massaged, and I get an extra Over the Proper Sound page through the manicure, and" I have all my clothes Democratic party. night MYSTERIES OF LIFE playing golf and walls everyenough of "0." to announce under Inspection, and I pick out al- DEEP We are authorized baseball is Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for most my very best gown. Then I to wake the dead. I haven't been able County Attorney of Madison coanty, sub borrow mother's The proper method of pronouncing evening wrap If Wo Could Fathom Them Llttla to sleep for a week on account of the ject to the action of the Democratic and phone for a Paris and wait five long Would Be Left for Us to racket That's the reason I got Hy Latin hasamong been a matter ot con taxi party. Do Here. the learned, but it is patla. I want her to kill them off." troversy minutes in the crush at the door beSCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE So for one night at least Hypatla startling to find an entire parish dls fore I can even get in. There will be If we could fathom life's mysteries organized by the question. This is We are authorized to announce BEN J A a Hungarian band playing under the there would be little left for us to do was permitted to enjoy the hospital the case in the parish of St Max MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. ity of the Bellamys. The next morning place will be on earth. nerintendentof Public Schools of Madison stairs and the whole If we could understand imums, in Metz. county, subject to the action of the Demo simply broken out with caterer's men. why the sun shines for some and the Bellamy took his time at dressing. cratic party. The older clergy of Alsace-LorraiHis wife, being curious concerning the who pass you along from one to the shadows deepen for Wearenuthorized to announce Wrii. S. other solemnly, there trying to act as would bo no use to try toothers out the welfare of her unwelcome guest, pre were brought up under French influ Brock a candidate for Superintendent of work ence, and are accustomed to pro Public Schools of Madison County, sub though they had butlered and d problem of existence. It would be ceded him to the store room where nounce ject to the action of the Democratic party the church Latin with the soft Hypatla had been quartered for the in that one spot for several solved for us beforehand and We are authorized to announce Prof. the night, and cautiously opened the door. French "u." The younger generation decakes, as had their lathers before great questions which now Harvey II. Brock a candidate for Super quicken has been taught in schools to pro intendent of Public Schools, subject to them. our souls into being would never rise As Hypatla rushed out she looked in nounce the "u" full,the according to the and straightway sounded a ringing "By this time I wish I had borrowed to the surface. It Is the mystery the action of the Democratic party. of mother's diamond tiara, because I be it all, the uncertainty of everything call to arms. Bellamy bolted down German and Italian manner. FOR JAILER Yesterday the choir of St Maxlmln's the hall from one direction and the gin to feel kind of plain In only a save the existence of God, Wenre authorized to announceMORG AT? which cook from the other. pronounced the Latin of the pieces TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison satin and crystal gown and a string makes life such a wonder puzzle, a sung at mass in the German way. The county, subject to the action of the Demo- of pearls. There will be a four course "What is the matter?" they asked. puzzle to be picked out piece by piece cratic party. supper and American beauty roses and fitted together Jn his own "A mouse!" responded Mrs. Bel parish priest, an old man, solemnly We are authorized to announce Clyde good rebuked them, and they shut up their Raybuun a candidate for Jailer of Mad- bursting out from all corners. time. It is true that sometimes we lamy, weakly, and keeled over against music books and left the church. "It Is really maddening to think grow weary of our work. We find the wall. Bellamy held the rodent at ison county, subject to the action of the Probably the Democratic party. what unlimited money and a telephone the processes too slow to suit our im- arm's length and flourished it by the new pronunciationclergyman onfound the, grated his ears. tip of the tall triumphantly. will do nowadays. It seems to me that patient desires and the results not al We are authorized to announce "What did I tell you?" ho said, and his outburst was due to the sensi Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of they take away all the fun of giving a together equal to our expectations, but tiveness of a Bcholar. Madison county, subject to the action or party, all the worry being removed. tor an mat we never lose our ambition "Didn't I say the house Is alive with The parishioners, however, are not the Democratic party. These rich women do not have to to correctly solve the problem as It Is them?" " admitted his wife. "It's funnv scholars, and are now divided Into "Yes We are authorized to announce W. count their napkins and say, 'My good presented to us for solution. We are two camps those who maintain that, Joo Wagers for Jailer of Madison county, ness! Ill have to borrow Cousin Nell's in this world to work out our destiny j I never heard them, though. I sup as Metz is now a German city, the subject to the action of the Democratic best ones to fill out!' They do not dis- and the means to this end are placed pose we'll have to keep Hypatla an church Latin should be sung in the party. other night now. cover that they haven't enough forks within our reach from the very outway, and those who hold that Immediately after breakfast Mrs. German and that the spare room hasn't been set, but it so happens that our very FOR ASSESSOR choir is doing the work of Ger dusted. All they do is phone a caterer humanity binds us at times to our Bellamy summoned the Janitor and the We are authorized to announce GEORGE man omclals and attempting to de NO LAND a candidate for Assessor of and a florist and tell Mary to be sure best interests, and we carelessly and pointed to the moribund mouse. stroy French. Influence. New York Madison County subject to the action of to see that she dusts extra well down even wilfully pass by the very things "Henry," she said severely, "what is tne Democratic party. Tribune. We are authorized to announce W. F. stairs. Then they can go to a lun- which would prove of most service to that?' 1ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Mad. cheon and two teas and make a few us. Because our inclinations lie A look of consternation overspread in Ison county, subject to the action of the calls and when they arrive home at other directions than those for which the big Swede's infantile face. The Slayer of Mlaco. Democratic party We are authorized to announce RUFUS dinner time they say, 'Dear me! I'd by nature we seem best fitted- - we ofta maas, ne gaspea. 'A maas. One of the most peculiar cases ever JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of almost forgotten that I have a card en make the mistake of beginning Whare you gat heem?" brought to the attention of the court Madison county subject to the action of the party tonight!' wrong, a condition which naturally If tho cultivation of mice In a pri of first instance recently came to light Democratic part)-- . "The only difference when It Is con- forestalls any hope of success. vate apartment had been the height of In Fangaslnan Province. We are authorized to announce P. S. Pedro Pabaira, with two others, was human ambition Mrs. Bellamy could WIIITLOCK, a candidate for the office sidered a formal affair is that you get Charleston News and Courier. have betrayed exultation no more accused of the murder of Bernabe of Assessor of Madison county, subject an engraved old English card ten days to the action of the Democratic party. in advance. complete than that which thrilled her Laco, and on being brought to trial Value of a Man. 'Then when you drop in to see a voice as she replied the first pleadsd guilty, there being an FOR COUNTY CLERK The value of a man to the world Is friend and ehe keeps you waiting half "Here. Right here in our own flat aggravating circumstance of treach is authorized to announce The Climax not measured by the wealth he poswant you to clean out my storeroom ery, and was sentenced to 20 years R. B. Tcrrill as a candidate for the office an hour before she comes down, and sesses, or the business Interests he I you say, 'I hope I didn't disturb or In Billbld. subof County Clerk of Madison county, directs. The world is poorer lor the and take up my carpets and rugs and and she murmurs sweetly, stop up all the rat holes. The things ject to the action of the Democratic Now it comes to light that tho de "Not at all. my dear! I was just hook- loss of the men who went down with will eat us alive if we don't get rid of ceased was Mlaco, an outlaw, who de party. the Titanic, not because a tew or We are authorized to announce LaRusC ing my collar, and I am so slow about serted from the constabulary somo them were millionaires, or captains or them." House a candidate for County Clerk fo Although tho bewildered Swede time ago, taking with him various Madison county subject to the action o doing things!' you would realize. If you Industry, but because all ot them were had an interpreter at hand, that she Democratic party worked until bedtime tearing up car- - arms and accoutrements and who htcd meant that she was up in the third men, men with the heroism, the to help others not their pets and moving furniture, neither engaged in outlawry since that time. floor sewing room working like mad BOO pesos out FOR CITY ATTORNEY loved ones alone, but strangers to mice nor their means ot egress and in- There was a reward of gress were discovered. Nevertheless for his capture, dead or alive. We are authorized to announce MUR- with a seamstress making over clothes safety, and then step calmly back to that night Hypatla RAY SMITH a candidate for City At- and hadn't brushed her hair since she The question now is, Should the pris slew two more of torney of Richmond, subject to the action had twisted it into a knob on arising, wait for death. oner serve his term for killing a Poorer! Yes, but richer, too! It Is her hereditary foes. of the Democratic party. and had on a kimono thing and old or should he be liberated "I am going out this afternoon to -citizen, We are authorized to announce D. M. slippers. Also that she said when not grief alone that brings tears to look for a flat I can't stand it to be and given a reward for killing an eneeyes and lumps to our throats as CHBNAULT a candidate for City At- your card came up, 'Now, what on our my to society? Manila .Weekly torney, subject to the action of the Dem- earth did she come today of all days we read the story, but pride and eatea by mice," said Mrs. Bellamy. She really did start, but Bhe had Times. thankfulness, as well. There come ocratic party. for, I'd like to know! Isn't It provoktimes to most of us when, discour- got no further than her own hall door FOR POLICE JUDGE ing!" when she met a boy who wanted to aged by someone's folly or weakness Captain Cook Statue. Wo are authorized to announce J. D. perhaps our own the world seems to see Mr. Bellamy. None too soon, that renowned Eng Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, "My helping hand would be of bene- us a sordid place, hardly worth sav"What do you want to see him lish navigator, Captain Cook, Is to subject to the actiou of the Democratic fit also to prosy and boresome and ing. But we take heart again at every about?" she asked. partv.l have a memorial London. It will "Oh, nothln much," was the vague take the form of in statue We are authorized to announce W. L. spoiled old bachelors when a sweet fresh revelation, such as this, of the a of the ex reply. Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, young thing of 20 leans over and looks divine In man. Zlon's Herald. plorer of the Northwest Passage, and Mrs. Bellamy opened the door to 1? being executed by subject to the action of the Democratic into their eyes and beseeches, 'Do tell Sir Thomas me all about how you make Iron the widest limit party. Brock, R. A., the commissioners be o Above tho Laws. boy," she said, with seduc- ing "Little interested! It The Climax is authorized to announce beams! I am tho British Empire league. The Some men think that money can do tive graciousness, "wouldn't you like Superintendent John Noland as a can- must bd such a fascinating business!' statue is expected to be finished In didate for the office of Police Judge of What she really means is, 'If I can anything. A certain rich man sent a dish of pudding and some fruit?" November next, when it will be set the Uity of Richmond, subject to the ac- keep you talking to me as though your for the doctor, who looked him over "Yes, ma'am," said the boy. UP, appropriately enough, near the tion of tho Democratic party. and then pronounced judgment. She entertained him for half an new Admiralty Arch, close to life depended on It I can get Harry Trafal"You have been living too high." hour. As a result of the interview ehe gar square. Many distinguished stirred into a perfect frazzle of jealfolic "Maybe so." abandoned her intention of looking for are expected to be present ousy. He needs to be taken down a at the un"You have violated nature's laws." another flat peg or two, the way he's acting of late veiling, which probably will per"I guess I have." "I am glad of that" said Bellamy formed by the king, who, as bo keen with that Jenkins girl!' a "You must pay the penalty." that evening when, appraised of her sailor, has taken a lot of Interest In Will buy or sellyour bouse, "I'm quite charmed with the possi"Pay the penalty? now, arm town lots or any thins: bilities of my plan for a new profes- Doc Can't you get meOh, come tech- decision. "Where is Hypatia." the memorial project The distilled, sweetness pf Mrs. Belelse in the Real Estate line. sion!" concluded the girl who likes to nicality or something?" off on a lamy's voice was positively cloying. talk. Any business intrusted to me?" "Don't you want to employ "I gave her," she said, "to little Proof of Riches. Billy Mosea. He was up here this afthim will be promptly and "I do not," emphatically said the Patience They say he was taken Afraid to Stay Away. ernoon to sea t you, want to de- Aek on the train. carefully attended to. See man to whom she was talking. "I've Our culture club generally has e liver any more ged, mice, him to coland Patrice Indeed? What was the - already had lesson No. 1 and now full attendance." him if his services areaneedlect for those has already fur- matter? please point out which one of those The ladles are brought through nished. He sayshe ed. his father's shop is Oh, he ate too much In a dining fellows is your Harry!" Chicago mutual admiration, no doubt." overrun with them, and I thought ha car." "We represent iron bound Dally News. "No; through mutual distrust" might find Hypatla useful." Oh! Is he as rich as that?" re insurance Companies Constipation causes headache, indiges Let us give you a bid on your house member this. Do your corns hurt? Dr. Russell's he People's Stock Remedy painting, outside oi inside. Only best tion, dizziness. For a mild, opening material used. Workmanship guaran medicine, use Doan's Regulets. 25c. a Corn Remedy. Try it. keeps your stock fat and healthy and f Winks' Dnuo Stobe. box at all stores. lm FER1ELL teed. Bablow & Doziek, free from disease. 39-t- f 307 East Main street An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains every inOldham Building gredient necessary for the production of What She Really Meant Usefulness or IT raypana eV"lClAet0Z Delightful Shopping1 Where can you shop delightfully this hot weather? V" I've had to keep perfectly quiet in order to live, yet you say you've had a day of delightful shopping. Yes, I've been shopping in kept cool, dustless and well ventilated by te stores stores ) G-- E Electric Fans 16-inc- foot-mane- No wonder those stores are popular they are so 'comfortable. They do as much business in summer as at any other season. Money spent in electric fans is a paying investment G-h h and Oscillating Fans are the most appropriate- for stores. Their swinging breezes keep the air in good circulation throughout the store. The customers, being comfortable, buy with better judg' ment, and are satisfied. The 12-inc- E - The latest styles are kept in stock by Richmond Electric & Power Go. U owe ifc to yourself to mnke sure of getting the mosfc your money will buy in clothes best quality, proper fit, right stie, all wool fabrics. O "7" In Griffon Clothe's you ga.6; mi value. They are the choicest, garments in town, and yQuaari'tf do better than select youPsuit now. Qur new SprjiJig' styles are on display and there is no doubt but thnt we nave a suit that will fit you Three-Butto- n Straight without greatly decreasin bank account. Nii-Bu- ck k " w VOU f fellow- Front Sack, No. 78S White New 16 button Nu-BueNu-Buc- Shoes Shoes, that have style and quality; reg, $3.75, special price $298 no White k and White Canvas Colonial Pumps the one new thing of the season. These f O are stunningly smart and effective and per- - P feet fitting. so-o-- Hats for Ladies and Children An enormous assortment of Hats for ladies and children in our Millinery Department. Everything that's new in trimmed and untrimmed hats and sailors H. C. JAMES Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Rugs and Oil Cloth. All sizes in Crex Rugs. We are offer-ini- g finest quality Lace Curtain Draperies at prices that will justify the replacing of those showing signs of wear. E. V. ELDER tMi Tronder-- 11 f nl book tells all taoso thlnrsToa want to know sod tnould know ot mar n. rteii 111 o. love, courtship, narriaga, hannv and nnhiim. vmmI h f I Disease which forbid marriaie: Ruin- -' oos early rollles and sins, lost manhood, premature decay, poor memory, blood poison. Taricocele, hjdro- vco. Buicmre. gieet. pas urinary troubles and rapture. If jou aro married too should knoir the secrets told In tals book. If not married you ought to know before marrlace. Ml um. You need this book. Jarn tho 4FrreMittMM. secrettruthsof marriage. Dont hand weakness down to MMrsa. (Jet this book wktl it w .Zi II.S iT Know yourself. Ignorance brrcta BealL' and hannituu :JtT ri..:r child-Dlrtnerr-oosn- T: Real Estate Agent Richmond, Ky SURVEYOR J. SO-t- eggs. 30-t- t KicnMOSD Drug Co. H. 2. DOTY, solicago of those its patron needing ser vices oi a cuupeiem, man. Aauress, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Office T. R. Pennington Dentist. f ,&mmmWME71Suw next door to Govornmenl build .X VA-iS-5 5oId by Stockton & 5on, Druggists ng Richmond, Ky. TUBULAR BELL CHIME H. L PATRICK A STJXjT The Henchede Hal Clock as a taw apiece, a 1uchW chkae, and an article of fuwikwe for Big Prices For Hides DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Specialty. We have enlarged our warehouse and can ban-di- e Office in Bank Building. all the Tallow, Wool, Rams, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remem. TY- ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides XYi.. iV T. IT LUIIU Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Sfectafet Bring what you have In Diseases of EYE,; EAR, NOSE and THROAT I HAVE FOR SALE THE Bldg. Xlehatosd, Ky for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kimd Oldham Best Braces Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. Boggs i-- Inky work a AttobhxXA.sLA i ; KENTUCKY. J&MMOXD, fee ew State Buk Tract Co., op- jssUo Cort Hoaee, em Maia Street. GREENLEAF & HERRWGT0N Lawyers Office in Douglas &' Simmons' new Buildtag on aeoad Stmt opp. Court House M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 Dr. Robt. C. 'Wry M Beaton, DENTIST KENTUCKY DetttMt Telepbe? MT Omem Im Oldham BalMing home, oce, or BtWutaoa, appek alike to udity, refraeneBt, and musical taste. The nW, perfect moverocat inure conectoe xJid oak or mahoaaay cae, with clastic fees, coosoras to faod taste; aad the mdo diout tubukr chime, towncing tKe hours and quarters after the peak of Wbittagtoa or Westminster, serve as a pleating teaiader of styles give ample die pasting choice in detipi, size, and price, al showing the moon's phase is die dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herscbede Hal Clock Co. of dm city, aad wiseod ilattfated cat aloff on request GitobrMttiL You rapuKhaefc of Diamond, Stedag Sirm.Sh4Wd Plate, Gold ami SftW Jeweky, Mantel Clock, Ete, through our Csrreipondance Ucparlmnnt at Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Now Going On Beautiful Patterns JJifEl Medical Book H In plain lancuare. FreeTU te S te.abrw,tafc tH steto wft hcwclkm riubymaS7erV?cla!i,tr mitt Write tn It to MtlHCAi MSTITlTE ni. life before." ot your Ignorance and f oily." "We wm spare you the penalties bow.-Tbefi- fry II Hffnfl' There's Just One Girl You may (are to present with a ring. Make it as fine a one as your purse will afford. At tue same time don't pay more than the ring is worth You won't if you buy it here. We charge only for materials aad workmanship at, this jewelry shop Bothtag for H 9 (MnaVl c up B. 1 The Climax Is t I $1 a Year IL Emmett TBUCTHOirB MjUk M JESSE COBB, General Auctkneerin&. oervices Reasonable.' PHONE. 83, or 48 1. ' The Frank Hcloi Co. Justt & Son MAIN STREET il (leJ Ei$a$emeni and Weeding Rings Lngnved free $75 to $730 Opera House Building v F. ,J. YEAGER itTtlgrilttifll RICHMOND, KY WisiiVi lit fieri m him iinmni mm inwf'n m - r Mnmmm&imjUmmmammmwmwmm wtrnwim Wlxcn You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though,, how rapidly your home becomes attractive withnew things, if you follow this plan of adding something 'new every spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date Splend id Values Like These Placed the Far in the Lead Mentioned in This Advertisement Have Men's $10.00 Suits $12.50 Values like these would sell for $J4 to $15 in the average store Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. In Clothing Business Men's $18.00 Men's $15.00 Suits $16.50 Suits $20.00 Values like these would sell for $25 in the average store -- Men's $22.50 Suits $25.00 Values like these would sell for $30 to $35 in the average store Values like these ou!d sell for $18 to $20 in the average store BENNETT and H I GGiN S It is not necessary for the man who dresses well to have his suits made to order UNDER AKING D.R.FREEMAN Hre Bond Normal Regents Named. J. Governor McCreary has named Judge W. Cammack, Owanton, Democrat, and Fred A. Vaughn, of Paintsville, Republican, as regents of tho Fastern Kentucky Normal School of this city. INSURANCE See tho dancing of Richmond's local Take your wool to Gott and get the talent, it will surprise you, at the Opera 43-t- f House, tonight. K. of P. benefit. trp price. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, and pay the exorbitant prices of custom tailoring. Every man not an actual freak in form can find a perfect fit in a big stock like ours. We keep special models for men of every shape and build cyclone tf and live stock. The May crop report of tho Depart E. Deatherage will buy your wool and ment of Agriculture, issued last week, tf discloses unfavorable conditions. Win-to- r vi, pay the highest cash prices. wheat will produce 00,000.000 You can always locate a good place to bushels less than last year as the result fshby the number of empty bottles of the severe winter weather. "jjcg on the bank. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond The residence of Mayor Sam'l Rice, Kv for dry roods and notions. Others tf on East Walnut street, occupied by uo and why not you. Bad Outlook. a Small Blaze. Alex. Todd, was slightly damaged by Thos. A. Sheltoa, agent for Hurst fire early Monday morning. The blaze Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone was caused by ashes being placed near 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. 8 lyr 2 the building, but the quick response of Wool' Deatherage desires to pur- the Fire Department save the structure chase your wool and will pay the high from complete destruction. tf est cash prices for same. Yesterday is dead Tomorrow does worry. short stouts for the short fat man; long stouts for the tall fat man; chunk models for the short chunky man; longs and slims for the tall man; and a great variety of models for men of average build we fit them all. Our salesmen are trained experts in the art of fitting clothes; and our rule is: "A perfect fit or no sale" These garments are the products of the best wholesale tailors in the world. The cloths have been carefully selected and are the best They are designed by experts, who create styles and are well tailored by master workmen The linings are of such quality as prevents the garments from losing shape. A great variety of fabrics and colors and styles are here for your choosing. Selling such suits as these has built up our business and made it what it is; and every suit is priced without a cent Panama Hats fully selected for wear. Price $5.00 A fine assortment to choose from, every one carequalitythe kind you'll be proud to Speedwell Shoes The best we have ever sold for the price, and we strongly recommend them. $3.50 and $4.00 Barker's Collars Are Linen Only two Richmond stores sell linen collars at all. Don't try to hunt for the other onecome straight here for Barker's 2 for 25c put on for we have but one price, and the smallest boy can trade here in perfect safety "jewing" Forget it. not exist Commercial Club Meeting. Don't Today is here Use it Cal-Sin- A meeting of the Commercial Club wi-be held in its roomin the Douglas, Simmons & Deathorage building tomorrow, o stock owners use Veterinary Remedies. AH medicine ro filler. For sale by Stockton & Son, iimggists,Riohmond,Ky., Agents. 43-C- Vote for R. B. Terrill for to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his tf present ad m iBistration. We will furnish you the best awnings Thursday, night. Business of importance will come before the body for consideration and it is earnestly r quested that every member of the Club to attend this make arrangements session. 1A COVINGTON & BAMICS BASE New Quarters For Glove Factory. I Blue and Gray Will Celebrate Together. - BALL Horses Die Elliott Shifflett lost a nice Vinfcn loct ttrnalr ae n rnciilr. Deaths Tho death of Mr. John W. Stivers, at home in Kingston,last Wednesday, takes from our midst another of the oldest and most respected citizens of Madison county. "Buck" Stivers, as he was familiarly known, was ninety years of age, and has spent the greater part of his long lifo in this county. He was born in Clark, but camo here at an early age and cast his lot with our people. Mr. Stivers was twico married and is survived by his second wife, and two children, Mrs. Rosa Ballard, of this city, and Mrs. Jennie Jones, of Stonega, Va His funeral was conducted Thursday, followed by interment in Richmond Cemetery. The United Confederate Veterans, in annual reunion at Macon, Ga., accepted and put them up at lowest prices. an invitation to join with the Grand Barlow & Dozisr, Army of the Republic in the 39-t- f 307 East Main street. in 1913 celebration of the battle When you go traveling, be sure to get of Gettysburg. The invitation came in travellers checks from the Madison a letter from General Trimble, commander-inNational Rank. Good the world over. -chief of the G. A. It. 45 tf Xo indentification required. al - Wednesday and Thursday. Winchester, Ladies Free Wednesday Afternoon. rHandsomest Fountain The Most Luscious Good clean rooms and good table. Ap ply to Mbs. Cltde Pollens, 31-331 Mobcrly avenue. tf Tho Lexington Herald contains the following notice of the death In that Leg Broken. city of Mrs. PattioT. Chenault, a former son of Waller Congleton, resident of this county, and mother of Particular attention is called to our Fruit Flavors and to our Ice Cream. Only the finest Mr. Lee Congleton, fell Friday evening Long Tom Chenault, of this city: Mrs. products used and the cleanest methods of preparation employed. In our Ice Cream parand broke his left leg. Tho youth was For Sale. Pattie T. Chenault, 80 years old, a Come see our ticularly we have a superior product so creamy and delicious indeed. playing with a number of children, near native of Madison county, and for the Our entire restaurant and lunch elegant fountain and try a tasty drink then you'll gladly come all summer where the years a well known and his home on Broadway.and in some way past fifty-fiv- e counter outfit cheap if taken at once. lost his balance and fell to tho ground, influential citizen of Fayette county and best is served Ubdwitz Bros Apply to breaking the bono ibout two inches Lexington, died at the Good Samaritan 717 East Main St. Tho injured boy was Hospital Thursday morning at 11:30 Richmond, Ky. above the knee. carried into his home and tho broken o'clock, following an illness of about member was immediately given medical two weeks, duo to a fall at her home, Board and Lodging attention. corner Second and North Upper streets, Also two large rooms "We are in business for YOUR health in fact we have been in business here for about iifteen years. During for five or six. in which one of liar hips was fractured. Ladies don't draw tho corset strings with two small ones adjoining, porch Mrs. Chenault was the widow of David this time we have enjoyed the confidence of physicians and patrons alike. This has been our chief aim, and will o tight when you go the the show and cellar accommodations with the Chenault, and was a daughter of Dudley vou will have to laugh. tonteht. ' continue to be. "We have succeeded because we have dispensed dependable Drugs and Medicines the kind that O Mrs. Claka Tratlor, above. and Matilda Tribble. She Is survived , C19 X. Second St. 39-t- f. a. gives the doctor the results that he expects, and hastens the health of his patient. Should jou be the one who Ifrl'M r by four daughters and one son Mrs. Wallace Estill of Franklin county, T. D. needs medicines or any of the numerous articles that we sell and we sell nearly everything that first etass drug The People's Chenault of Madison county, Mrs. i stores usually do we solicit your patronage. those i Spect tnem At. this season you should not be house Friday and Saturday for Howell Prewitt and Mrs. T. G. Julian Narrow Escape. without a package of Tho People s who have finished the eiehth grade or of Lexington, and Mrs. W. P. Batchelor Obituary. Slock Remedy; 25c and 50c. tho common school course. Twenty Deputy Sheriff W. T. Deatherago had of Raleigh, N. C. Tho funeral services Cure that old sore, cut or wound by four white pupils and eleven colored Mr. B. F. Ames was born July 2G, a very narrow escape from Instant death will be held at tho home of Mrs. T. G annlvinir Tho Peonle's Antiseptic Heal Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug vere present and took examinations as 1S47. at Three Forks. Ky.,and moved to last Thursday morning. Mr. Deather Julian, 305 North Broadway, ing 30-l- f prescribed by State Superintendent of Company. emmlv in 1872 He died Feb-- nge went into his stable lot to catch his noon at 4 o'clock, Rev. Mark Collls, All kinds of bugs bed bugs, ants, A heavy pounding, aching nuisance years, horse and from some cause tho animal pastor of the Broadway Christian Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a Public Schools. Tho colored children ruary 23, 1912, being sixty-hv- o roaches, moths, beetles, croton Dr. Charles F. Anderson days old mado a rush him, striking Mr. Deather- - church, of which Mrs. Chenault was a occupied tho Circuit Court room and six months and twenty-eignothing less. And as unnecesnatural compound of digestive and tho County Court He united with tho Baptist church aee under the chin and In the chest member, officiating. Burial will take bugs and all insects are only usesary as an elephant with two Nerve and Spine Specialist, Suite 510, the white children tonic properties. They relieve successfully passed over thirty years ago, and has since with its forefeet. That he was not kill place in tho family lot in tho Richmond less pests and they breed disease City National Bank Building, Lexing- room. Those who trunks. Rexall Corn Remedy is every digestive fault and difficul"1 to tho examination will bo issued diplomas been an active member. His lire was edbythe infuriated animal is duo to cemetery Saturday afternoon at 12:30 ton, Ej. Hours 8 to 12 a. m., and as well as prove a bother to comwhat you want. No pads or bonfrom the state, which will entitle them Hnvnted to his home and family. He tho fact that Mr. Deatherage was not o'clock. ty dyspepsia, indigestion, flatuAll diseases of the nervous 5 p. m. fort. Perry's Bug Killer for bugs spine. to free instruction in the High School. was united in marriage to Miss S. C. rendered unconscious from tho terrific dages or big piasters jusfc paint system and affections "of the lence, food distress, sick headaches re Todd Oct. 20, 1SS2. To this union was blow under the chin, and succeeded In actually destroys them, without Scientifically treated by new and scien- The examination papers will be Mr. F. M. Browning, formerly of this it on and the ache disappears at They increase the appetite, digest 44-turned from the State Superintendent bora ono daughter, Mrs. A. L. Suits, of getting out of reach of the horse before a citv. died Sunday nlcht at hi home in muss or mess. A valuable aid to tific mothods. onee, followed by the corn iteelf. food and enable you to eat the thn later nart of this week when those Greenfield.' Ind. He loaves a . wife, one i second attack could be made. Mr the Cincinnati, aged fifty nine years. His ii housecleaning. Absolutely d e -ery simple, very powerful, does The K. of P. Minstrels tonight who successfully stood ine test win ru- daughter and three grandchildren to Deatherage, tliougn consweraoiy oruis remains were brought to Richmond foods you crave, without distress stroys all bugs bya new method . ti. nru.ru Hntisp will rrove reive niDiomas as siaieu auuvo. hie inn-:- . His remains were in- - ed. is aoie to dq at uis posi ui uuij m Mondav and wero taken to the home of the work and never fails. Can't or annoyance. A most worthy there's no other bug killer like it, terred at Berea cemetery Feb. 24. 1912. the sheriff's office. that our city can produce talent second Mr. Jas. M. Smith, on Fifth street, from you afford a test. remedy indeed or none so good. n. ii to none. The boys have rehearsed for Mr. J. C. Cain, of this ci.y, sold last which placo tho burial took place weeks and the entire performance two yesterday morning, Deceased was a week to Mat shearer a Close Call. JOc will be presented In a most creditable Promoters of New Pikes. mare for 8225. member of the Mason Lodgo and his re Mr. Lee Gott and little son. Jack, had manner by the members of tue cast. im- mains were laid to rest with the The Madison Fiscal Court, having very narrow escape from serious injury Don't miss it. Changes in Caldwell High pressslve ceremonies of the order, Rich- heretofore appropriated $1,200 per mile a " while out driving Thursday evening. lodge having charge of the funeral School Faculty., to aid in the construction of five miles Mr. Gott drove up to Mr. C. O. Culton s obsequies. Mr. Browning leaves a wife, Handsome nf now nike to be located one mile in At a meeting of the Board of Educa three sons and one daughter, all of meat market and while talking to some each of the following magisterial dis Silk, Linen, unrully and Hon Wednesday evenlng.tho resignation whom were present when his remains The poorest of all toilet helps is a poor talcum. "We believe this to be true although we don't sell any inferior Ellis- - friends his horse became Foxtown. Union, tricts, viz: and Pique attempted to run away. Mr. Gott suc- - nf Prof. Robinson was tendered the were deposited in Richmond Cemetery. talcum. Our line of talcum powders comprises all the favorite and popular brands some we can particularly Glade, and Million, and tho un Yates, Dresse$,now dersigned having been appointed com rinii in irettinr his little son out of Board and was accepted. Prof. Robin All very particularly desired for recommend. Some are plain- - some are medicated, some deliciously perfumed. on exhibi- missioners by said Court to fix Uie loca the bugcy and was himself on the son, wno nas uono excellent wurK m iuo Retail Merchants Attention, appearance, and allay all skin troubles. down High School department for tho past spring and summer toilets because they protect the skin, give it beautiful ground when the animal started tion at tion of said pikes. The retail merchants, as well as all Mr, Gott succeeded in twn vRftrs. will leave Richmond soon For lady, baby, or gentleman, talcum is really a toilet necessity and a luxury at the same time. hereby given to all persons Main street. Notice is especially interested catching ono of the reins and in so doing after the present school term expires business mon,"aro in said districts who desire to make pro- entangled in tho wheels of tho Miss Alma Rice, who has been doing in a matter that will come before the avail R. nnsitions to build now piko andfor by became and was thrown to the ground. ffTtadn work, was Dromoted to tho High Commercial Club at the meeting to-vehicle themselves of the aid provided dragging him considerable Sehool, and will in the future have morrow nigm. won uuu luaueuu w this commission tho horse the Fiscal Court, that ,.w, nf thn duties former v performed meetine wheiner you are a memoer oi distance before he could be extricate We desire our reputation to rest on the quality of our prescription work. A druggist can have no higher aim will hold a meeting in the County Courk iMnmi . Miss . Mattio Elder the Commercial . Club or not. It will be his perilous position. The animal i. . .. . .. . . Saturday, May25tb, I from room in Richmond, than that. When you see our label on a bottle of medicine, you can be sure of two things it contains just what wasflnal,j. subdued but not until Mr. ako resigned her posmonjn ttie music to your interest 10 uo department of the school and will be the doctor ordered aad is prepared from the very best drugs. That means our label is a guarantee of purity. ... ... K .nl,mltln,l n UUH ... v, positions, U.:.t. u.u w suewsdeded by Miss Florence Rogors, Decoration Day College Hill Kt,nrt tLTM J . nor- - auuu K rnCTvmIhl " .t f Lexington, formerly connected with Annual Decoration Day at College Hill sons. Ckcuit Court Vh school in this capacity, mm blder s will be observed on Saturday, May 25, We will hear oral testimony as to any The very nf imnnrtuM have been rui? nation is MUMil from a desire to with appropriate exercisos. Entertain n rv affecting said locations. The iuli-- l . !. uhitinni a.nd she ing uneakors will be on hand and there smartest styles question i tt.. i"kuu"' ' nf- uireuiL i w nracAiit ii. j . x promoters will be required to construct cainu roc one oi uib iuinS ,v.e m k aad the best or cause to be constructed said pike ac-- 1 Court, the docket foi be other exercises appropriate to ute for speeW train, will occassion. A cordial Jnvitatlo. is sf material. You wraujs w --I v... , r..r..-- -, hv tho anfRIrlSlD - JBla8IRB0C CiUH lIrUV bur (a ihla 1 M. Mtes M.y .iamewiii the ...t... t all wno aro interested to at ,wD.j. r-:- -. inciuu .u must see these .iU, Vi Romk in the lausi extended to --annual Decoration day has " u 1 conveyance la lee w vac- - tend. An , trf thf Th new creations, Rexall Store. .i The RexH Store observed by the citizens of College oi iro rock quarry, etc. Kentucky, work caud by the been lb. the talk o County, many years. It k a beatlfl f or Mis Ktoa will W fitted by mil Q MVW TMH . custom tuls comiDg logetiier ot irwwn U1MJ ibUialfir fMUkk. tfce town. Call i ni ii aod will prob mm day fa the yee to res41 the mtn t Bricks, M. to erry out tU cob-- ; jw.HotWy. TW mm ot W biBdise th to Mb Mary Allwiwi. ntM at their departed My aaea aad to . strew tljeir grave with vnwet bo-beI nAmm svt "Fkwe, BaereUry .. . I . .... w which will Uk n Jimm CfiHM u .tn- - in thai never oan deem. I "---Jock B. Fiam town o'clock today. ld $5,000 has been subscribed by the calves,i6ws and fat cattle. business men of Lexington for a big 39-t- f Call him up. aviation meet and amusement festival to bo held in that city on May 27 to For Rent June 1. Thero will be at least six Two nice ground floor rooms with aviators at the meet. There will also bath. Opposite City School building, be automobile and motorcycle races Mrs. "Walter Stewart. tf and at nicht a crand display of fire works. Boarders Wanted. M. M. Hamilton-Bu- ys -- Phone 484. Aviation Meet at Lexington. tf 1 tctnm rar One Short Visit, One Tasty Drink and You'll Come all Summer Sodas jt 11 L1 lie also had a fine yearling Haxhall colt the Hurst M'f'g Co.. in rear of the B.J. to die a few days later. Clay building on Main street, and when completed will be more commodious Ed Callahan Dies of Wounds: and in every way more suited for this Ed Callahan, noted fued leader, once local enterprise. This firm has been en associated with the late James llargis gaged in manufacturing gloves in Rich in politics and fued troubles in Breathitt mond for the past twelve months and county died Saturday night form wounds have at this time a very lucrative and May 4. They are turning received on growing business. from this factorya very superior work Base Ball. glove of fabric and leather palm, and The Pioneers have been playing in the increased business enjoyed by the firm during the past twelve months tough luck since the opening of the necessitated larger and more convenient Blue Grass League and as a consequence During tho next few mpnths have lost more games than they liavo quarters. the present the firm proposes to put in equipments won. Notwithstanding overalls and work shirts. makeup of the team is good, every effort to manufacture is being made to strengthen a few weak Think of wool a big price, too then points, and when this is dono the local 4J-t- f think of Gott. boys will certainly go to the top of the at THE GAYLE OPTICAL list. Hereafter the thefirst game be week will Pioneer Park during CO., have removed into their known as Ladies Day and tho gentler perrnancnt offices, No. 206, sex will be admitted free on these oc casions. Today will be the first ladies KffsJJ-- t. W. main oireei, uvcr miuu- - day of the present season and they will I PJD- - I have as opportunity to witness free of ton s DrUCT OtOre. " W game between Richmond lib. lo LUiUiaiiy uyiw iv " charge the I and Winchester. .1 I To see our Soda Fountain is one of the sights of the vicinity. To taste one of its delightful drinks is a wrasual treat. In appearance, appointment and capacity our fountain is equal to the best ever .made. Ib k oae of the handsomest, ample, most sanitary soda fountains ever seen. Don't miss seeing it don't miss enjoying its delicious products. As every modern improvement is exemplified in the apparatus so will it serve every known or desired drink. All the old time favorite flavors and the newest fancy conceits. The purest of beverages invitingly served. The Coldest Sodas The Purest Ice Cream At Your Service in Other Ways jtjesessj KILL BUGS ine i this-after- DYSPEPSIA CURE CORNS ht 4t ... .. ...... ld NOTICE Jq Price 50c Price 25c a Bottle Good Talcums Are Always Necessary John Gibson & Go's Our Reputation for Prescriptions is Good if .i mr. 5tore. 1 1 im dt r LrwUiM Iu .".u .irfMnt ra nun ...... ... HL. .... TJT" prtls lt - JLTIL Pcrpy's IiDrug Store T Mi fle.-pwA, JtkB L 6 C. 47tt, -- UeaamsasiOMra. I am. jj i.i nwk r. w m xhi You Printing aad Don t Know now a oaown oe uoae, Am viuvisw JBaaWlaaWaaaaaBaaMLaaLaaaaaaaM P' laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .BIIMMfc. BHeMaaaPSHRLlLaaVBaaaaaaaaHflBaaaal JBaawaaBWaiaBBBaaaae j," - BaaaaaaTaaaKBaflSMji ff eaaaaac aaaaaal ?mm n n p wwi t mi uil " w in n J ' m tc - auim n n mi n IMI iiim i m "r"" 1 ' 'r mrr ivmrtili .Ti" , w """""""""K When the Ice Man is King! Seeking A Sensation Yotll want a "Star" white ameled cn- - or zinc "Majlined estic" refrigerators They are the best ice sav ers and most reasonably priced, see the As fc to "Star' before you buy. F. HIOGINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky THEY Also Ran IN ALL OUR BIG ARE OFF AND THERE IS NOT AN STOCK Shoes Clothes New and Snappy Styles for For the ' whole family, of course, and at the the out of doors occasions of the good ' Proper Price For men we are showing the new English Oxford We were first to show this shoe in Richmond. long summer $10 to Fine Clothes KaUrt Eilllmcre and New Yolk $35 swumleo. WK We Get The New Ones First Queen Quality Shoes for Women ASK THE TV OMAN WHO WEARS THEM W. D. Oldham & Company Richmond's Greatest Store OATEQUAL As a perfect feed for horses, mules, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, sheep and lambs, hogs and pigs, and "HAS NO EQUAL" As an Egg Producer it is a Perfect Feed Made from rolled oats, cracked corn, alfalfa hay, brewer's grain and pure cane molasses. ALCORN is heavier in corn than Oatequal and is the working horse's friend. ALCORN The Oatequal Co. COLUMBUS, OMO apron spreader. Learn what buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy docs the constitutes a steady, reliable Will also furnish estimates or superin- work Wines' Drug Store. f feed and the importance of it. nearer. construction of such work. Phone tend Mike, completely disgusted at . his 101. Orders Learn the reasons why different left for me at TnK Climax Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt master's lack of enthusiasm, put his materials are used for different A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS for S1.C0. Telephone 110. nose to the sky and yelped frantically office will receive prompt attention. parts, and why each part does 31-41-N. B. TimriN. W. W. Broaddus & Co. flying monster. at the its work thoroughly. Learn His efforts were successful. Carru Preparatory, State ( Never can tell when you'll mash a the value of the service the COURSES cate. Life Diploma, ( cr : thers awoke, from his dreaming and finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or Old corn $4.25 por bbl. by tho load. dealer can give you. Send your order to sat bolt upright Certificate, Review, Sp Be prepared. rely scald. Thousands When you know manure Steady and smooth as a bark on tf Arnold & Simmons. TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES spreaders we think you will buy sailed majestic on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your calm sea the druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. lm ally through the air. Have your f urnituro put in cood ordor an I H C spreader from your Summer Term Opens June 17, 1912 local dealer. He is the man to "By Jove. Mike!" Carruthers ex bofore spring cleaning. Hair! Hair! EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. see. claimed in his enthusiasm, "I would Barlow & Dozier, AUTISTIC CATALOG! L ITS 7 give tho whole of my last cheque for Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair 307 East Main street. j International Harvester Company of America the sensation of gliding through space pieces made from combings. Work Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, ky. like that!" ' Cutijo USA Poor is a suro sign of imAs If in direct answer to his desire at a reasonable price. Hair dressed in paired appetite I H C Service Bureau di ''est ion. A few doses of the latest style. I havo in stock the a missive came hurling down from the Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver The purpose of this Bureau newest designs in puffs and braids. I Tablets will strengthen your digestion free of charge to all. the best is to furnish, airship. information on better have picked up tho missive handle nothing but natural hair. and improve your appetite. Thousands obtainable questions arming. If youcrops, Carruthers anr worthy concernine soils, havo been benefited by taking theso land drainage, irrigation, fertilizers, etc.. Mrs. Mauds Mackey Walker and read: make your inquiries specific and send them Tablets. Sold by all dealers. lm "Whoever finds this noto of mine. 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. to 1HC Service bureau. Harvester Build-InCan fly with me at any time. 40-t- f Chicaco. USA Our contributors and correspondents hangar number nine. Call at Don't be surprised if you have an will please remember to white on one QUILLER.' "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes "N. Wo will havo to wait until tomor attack of rheumatism this spring. Just side oy the PArEU only, as it causes Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they prorow for our sensation," ho told Mike rub the affected parts freely with tho compositor to "speak out" when Chamberlain's Liniment and it soon nounced my case a very stubborn one, of Womanly weakas they made their way back to the disappear. Sold by ail dealers. will lm written on both sides of tho papor. tf ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to lonely bungalow on the hill. Now is tho timo to get rid of your wnen oaoy sutlers with eczema orl take Cardui. tho next day rain came down in But The Presidential fight in Kentucky You can do it by apply- pomo itdhing skin trouble, use Doan's torrents and the wind blew. Carru seems to have been lost sight of in a rheumatism I used it about one week, before I saw much change. ing Chamberlain's Linoment and mas- Ointment. A little of it goes a long thers had a vague notion that bird fight between Gov. McCreary's adminis- saging the parts freely at each applica- way Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, men did not mako flights In rainy and it is safo for children. 50a a tration and its enemies headed by the tion. For has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than weather. saio by all dealers. box at all stores. lm lm Elizabethtown News. Tho following day he and Mike set Courier-Journin a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." out for the aviation grounds. iou will throw your money away if Carruthers slackened his pace but you buy millinery before seeing Mrs. B when he drew near to tho hangar that iu. tfalue s prices East Main street. bore the name of N. Qulller. Within, voices were heard and out Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the side lay the great 43-t- j poultry man. Carruthers knocked at tho green if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any door and Mlko barked imperiously, Dr. After Consuming Our A small man came from within and of the troubles so common to women. Discovery. throueh tho smoky goggles of his and Stock Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed leather bonnet looked at the author. of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the gesturo Carru Hem-RoiWith a hesitating We desire to thank our friends for their numerous Will Interest Every d thers held out tho square of lead with womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that its bit of paper. Person Who Has Piles. the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. T am looking for a man by tho we are filling all orders that were on our books and The public is indebted to Dr. J. S. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. name of N. Qulller the man who preparing to accept new ones which shall be handLeonhardt of Lincoln, Neb., for years of dropped this " Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they led as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. A silvery laugh came from behind study of the treatment of piles, and for received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. tho goggles. Carruthers started back. his discovery of a successful remedy, Write tat Ladles Advisory Dept. Chattanoosa MecCdne Ca. OuHiaoon. Ton., "So you picked up my note." Tho taken inwardly, which livens up the See Us Before Placing Your for Sptcial Instructions, aad book. "Home Treatment for Women.- - seni free. J 52 laugh came again and Carruthers stagnant blood circulation and reduces found himself making music of it Order the swollen vessels. Dr. Leonhardt's hoped it would be found and It you proscription is by Mid- We have opened an office opposite our old plant in ara ready we will go up Immediately. delton's Drug Store and all druggists at Carruthers had drawn away In his the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Guaranteed I had not ex- 31 for 24 days' treatment. embarrassment "I to give satisfaction. Dr. Leonhardt Co., pected to find a lady," ho said hesi Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for tatingly and twirling his cap la vague, undecided manner. booklet The voice from behind the goggles Incorporated was slightly mocking. "You are not I Will Stand the afraid, are you?" Near & A. Depot Telephone 425 "I might be If I could see your face,' Percheron Stallion hlB whimsical Carruthers told her with smile. Natalia Qulller colored swiftly be neath tho leather bonnet "Then you can not see my face until wo reach terra Anna," she cried laughingly, "Come I will take you up as my note promised." "Don't you want to know tho name of your passenger la case ' "In case we com down quicker than we expect?" she laughed. "Yes,1 Bho said with suddea softness, "yes I would like to know your name." U3 We full full "John Carruthera and that Is my dog. Mike." "Is my passenger then, tho John Car ruthers of short story fame?" "I was seeking sensations for story when your missive nearly took my car off," the author said. For the mother's "I hope you find sensations," Natal placo near season of 1912, at myHill pike Richmond, on Big 11a said with a wicked light in the k joia h tim SUndud Adr. Co, at eyes behind the goggles. And Carru . thers found more than a story bo $15 to Insure a Living Colt with found a wife In the air. -PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per To this in is to v'e cheron colt, bred by W. R. Grimslev of Tactful Request Sweetwater, 111., color gray.foalod April all Dobblelgh was a confirmed borrow 0, 1900. Sired by Gaulor 8 Percheron his. er, and, what was worse, he seldom re Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher BANK turned the borrowed articles. He had & Coleman, of Wayno, 111. Gaulor's it held on to Whlbley's umbrella, for In' sired by Etrotat. he by Volcan, he by bienevilio, he oy volatire, ho by Bril stance, for nearly a year. "And I'm blest If I know how I am liant. Dam Mag, black mare by Roscoe, Brown's a prize 1 ever going to get it back," said Whlb- - he by" Jas.the Chicago Brilliant, Fair, he World's winner at BANK TRUST ley. by Brilliant, one of the most noted Per"Easy," said Hickenlooper. 'Call RICHMOND, KY ch erons of either Franco or America.for messenger and send Dobblelgh this wtiicn Mr. Dunnam was onercd a very note." lone price to let him co back to France. And he scribbled off the following So it will bo seen that Brilliant D. is "Dear Dobblelgh: If you can spare It very deeply bred in the Brilliant blood. and is fully entitled to the name of rd like to borrow that umbrella mine for a couple of days. Can you I wish to impress upon parties having oblige me? Harper's Weekly. mares to breed, that Brilliant D. time It has long been a Democratic custom weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the bring is at hand when it takes weight to in Madison county to give a second term the money. Readers of the Breeders to those officials who perform their duty Gaze no will notice that within the last TTT IT 1 ni n M wollduring the first term of oflico.and you few days large numbers of Percheron mares have been sold for prices around can make no mistako by deciding to cast and exceeding $500. Care taken to preyour vote for It B. Terrill for vent accidents, but not responsible tion to the office of County Court Clerk, should any occur. Lien retained on His record is open for tho closest inspoc colt until service fee is paid, or bred to another horse tion. tf 3Q-ttf tf 'Asoclled Litwur Vtti Carruthera Jammed his note book Into bis pocket; lit his big calabash pipe, took up his walking stick and soft hat and whistled to his dog. Mike. A moment later ho was swinging off across the fields surrounding the aria' tlon club. Carruthers could not tell the dog that he had written a story la which an airship figured and that his knowl edge of bird men and their craft was lamentably meager. "We will stroll about tho fields, Mlkey, In tho hope that some con queror of tho air will chance to pass over our ignorant heads. In that way we may glean a sufficient atmosphere to mako our story real." Half an hour later Carruthers was lying full length In the long grass, Mike, more or less disgusted that tho walk had turned out as It usually did nosed about for venturesome snakes and moles. Suddenly he pricked up his ears. buzting as of many bees disturbed the silence. Tho noise grew louder, near er, Mike circled about like mad until he caught sight of the great flying thing that was approaching nearer and (Copyright, mix, br . wfeh LOCAL AFFMCAtlOMi, tkey HMOt a Mood Catanft Mt e tke Ml r ceaatttaMMftl thwi. mil la order to cire it take latNMl nmtUn. Hall'a CMn 70a Cwe ia takas tetanaHr. aa4 acta directly spoa law Maoe aad awcoaa asriacea. Hall'a Catarra Cure ia set a eaacfc aedklne. ' It was the ptTlclna In tola tr one ataad labeatregular prescription. a coBBtrr tor jean It. la composed et the best tonics known, com. blaed with tfee seat blood purifiers, actios directly on the raueoes surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients la what produces audi wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J, CHUN'EY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold br Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall'a Faau rills for constipation. IWM Mt Stttdrj Maaure Spreaders Before Yon Bay One Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as Gott will take all your wool' and pay the highest' price Dan Brock, Tire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. t Don't soil your wool until you consult He will 'pay you highE. Deatherage. est cash prices. tf Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt for $1.00. Telephone 110. 41-"W. W Broaddus & Co. tf XSMMEIOFMEIFME "I was ashamed of my face," wrlrea Miss Pickard of North Carolina. "It was all full of pimples and scars, but . after using D. say D. Prescription for Eczema I can that now there 13 no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago." This is but one of thousands of cases in which D. D. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble. D. D. D. cleanses tho skin of tho germs of Eczema, Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases: stops the Itch Instantly, and when used with D. D. D. soap the cures Nothing like seem to be permanent D. D. D. for the complexion. 25 cents, enough to Trial bottle prove tho merit of this wonderf u remedy. We can also give you a full slzo bottle for $1.00 on our absolute guarantee that If this very first bottle falls to give you relief It will cost you noth Ins. STOCKTON & SON Dan Brcck, fire, lightning, and live stock insurance. cyclone spreader is at THEmanure dealer's place the local proper place to study Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, show you an the machine, study it part by part, see how each part is made and how it does its work. Study spreaders at first hand. Go to the local dealer and have him of business, where you can see tf Arnold & Simmons. "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed mo terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters reached the cause." J. II. Walker, Sunbury. Ohio. lm I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Cloverleaf or Corn King Learn the advantages of an taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for County Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE BLST? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. J. J. GRLENLEAF. j Architect's Notice. I am prepared to draw plans for tf State Normal :9-- tf c. Stubborn Case 3 4-- lf TAKE Leonhardt's Xtie Fire Is Out Entire Plant Please LARDU I Woman'sTonic Elsewhere HEM-ROID,so- ld TIME ROBBING L Quality Groceries Await You Here the home of are BRILMANT D. weight and Every article that leaves this measure. store carries our stamp of approval. You Reap the trade at satisfaction Harvest. lOROTLCT yourself store pays both time and Sewell & McKinney Phones 6 and 223 Every man entitled a competency. earn one. The wise man saves 5tart your ACCOUNT now. Add to at each opportunity and you arrest time. 5TATE & " a bank account. CO. re-el- WALL PAPERS DECIDE YOURSELF The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Richmond ' Testimony. Don't take our word for it.-- ' Don t depend on a 'strangers state- meat. Read Richmond's endorsement. Read the statements of Richmond citizens. And decide for yourself. j Hero is one case of it: Mrs. 8. S. Smith, 183 N. Estill Ave., Richmond, Ky., says: "I had rhoumatic pains and had a great deal of trouble from irregularity of my kidneys. I was nervous and dizzy and was swbjet to headaches. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pilk advertised, I got a. box at Mkldelton's Drug store as I hadheardwhat ihey bad aoee tor ouiers who ,M wed theat Their use made few .better in tbertUme. I. recommend Doaa's Kid- iiwyPllWhieWy.'- For sale by al) dealer, Priee 30 sent. PoeUr-itilbuCo., Buffalo, Xew Yorlc, tole agents for tae United State. Kemetnber the nane Doan's and Sake bo other im THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK last received aad are oa sale at 2 Single Roll 1-- Zc 8 Yards Hp la price. Remember we sell yea match. 4c, 5c, 6c Fj A Common Sense Food at a Common Sense Price OATEQUAL and ALCORN are cheaper to feed than oats and corn and costs little by the bag and less by the ton tfcey Borders Same Price as Papers ceil- - Long- Tom - 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 Heat twelve quarts" of dish water-.uthejreservior aud all in far tv minutes from the time of lightiHg the match. Secoari: Three bushels of soft coal will do all the cooking and baking for a large family for a full. week. . Yours very truly, a Paper Hanging and Painting S paInUDff Will also make the season at tho same time and place, at aSt-S213 al the ,owest pricc- - Onl? If $10 to Insure a Livkif Colt Money due when colt Is foaled, mare parted, with or bred to another horse or acK. Vtst lak Street SOLD BY W. W. Broaddus & Co. Phone 110 CovingtonThorpe Grocery Richmond, Ky -- Phone 72 and Co. m. Nporou. This jaek k of biz bone, rood hear! and ear, aad nwtt be seen to bo appreciated. KU eoHs which have been foal. ed, are of exeeptiotwl sizo and quality. lam Ton will b to the mule world wtat Peter the Grel and Rex Peavin are to the irottine and saddle hnrs world. He is by Win. Todd's bie 3s,r-- t ke br Mamaduke. Hi first dam hf Biff Amir, he br Tom ITmba h. k Sub BUHnfftOfl: 3d dam hv tall Paper, Paiats fl I Class, M I ff I fl fl KrtBres y III I II II ttiMirrtrs M III III U . -4 m Mare-kep- t on at 10 cents nr day. Not reeoooalbie for maeidante. hut. aH care taken to prevent ease. Will also aland mv ftllua fw.lr Boar Hoc at 1.60 oaeh. WM. B. TDW.IT hm T' X rSWeTl...:ai .... i i iwaadn. ryoo)rir Urt! 1 ifrr?; ai Rural Telephones i?JJT h. i-- a a80B yr lUy city rot ni W. D. Buckley & Coapay , prrTa. "j f?""? T vetepaeue service, woe U MMAl ben a ?,Di "r"liD' ".1' rred or wnte direct to bemlnnerter Line ei1 "r tetepbooe mtriet, immediate with the v. M f Cumberland Telephone & Tetefcraph Co, Incorporaied - 'iiia'iftim ill