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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR f RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1912 Our Great Progress in Years. a low place anions the countries in most of the great interests, it has along lead "While In 18C0 tho United States held & NUMBER 48 Sparks' Celebrated Best for Fifty 5illy Denominationalism. Advocate advises his readers to draw denominational lines in selecting their candidates, i. e., if a man is a member of your church, other things being equal, vote for him. We do not think this advice of the reverend gentleman is wholesome--. Politics and religion are A man's bad things to mix together. moral charactor certainly should be con sidered In selecting a publio servant. but the churoh he attends, or the form of worship he employs, is a matter con WO ALUfvl, WO LI?J!S PHOSPHATE cernlng which none has a right to dictate or interefere with, but which rests solely with his own conscience. That is the spirit of our free institutions. "Who aro coming, my child!" asked "My Boy." Lakeland Evening Telegram. his mother. By request of one of our subscribers, Oh, tho angels!, the angels!, 1 see we are publishing Edward Leigh Pell, them!" Jr., "'My Boy." Every mother and Eist-o- f "And won't you come for me, my letters remaining in the Richfather should read and heed it. boy?" asked his mother. mond, Ky., postoffice for the week end The world has no room for a boy. He "Yes, yes; " ing May 18: is too rough for its taste and in his awkAnd ho passed within the veil as Anderson, Mr. Jesse wardness he often rubs it tho wrpng Andrews, Mr. G "W. peacefully as a babe drops to sleep on way. AVo treasure our men, our women Ambrose, Miss Pearl his mother's breast. and our girls, but we only tolerate our Benton, Mrs. Ediths-Brook- s, i Miss Ella boys tolerate thom with tho hope that" Collins. Miss Claudia KILLS GELRM5 they will soon cease to be boys. Ellison, Mrs. John But a boy is like a cocoa-nu- t brought France, Mr. Frank to us fresh from the tree, enveloped in Foster, Mrs. Albert Parisian Sage is Also the Gwathney, R. R. Treas. its great shaggy covering. Tho good Grengeey, Mr. W. H. Most Delightful Hair ness is all within, and you must crack Hastings, B. C. yery heart to find it. its You never Hill, Miss Blanco Dressing on Earth. know what is in tho heart of a boy until Irvine, Bell March Jones, Mr. James PARISIAN SAGE penetrates into the it has been cracked by some hard vicisJones, Mr. Overton M. roots of the hair, destroys the dandruff situde of life. Johnson; Mr. James germs, puts now life into tho hair and Littleton, J. D. "When I was taken sick my boy squar Merritt, Mr. Willis ed his frail shoulders to bear his father's stops it from falling out Mitchell, Mr. Taylor Perry's Drug Store guarantees it for burdens. Day after day ho went to the Moore, Mrs. Mayme office and tried to lake his father's place; dandruff, falling hair and itching scalp Roberts, Miss Clara and a largo bottle costs but 50 cens. Shearer, Mr. Davis and when they gave him - business wor "In August I began losing my hair In Stewart, Mr R. A ries to bring home he would often hide Tewart, Mr. AV A. them in his pocket and meet hia father spots from tho .size of a quarter to the Vaughn, Tob. Ware. Co. size of a silver dollar. I was seriously with a smiling face. Waterhouse, Mr. George alarmed after consulting physicians Williams. Mr. Lee J. His father should not bo worried. and trying many things, I decided to "White, Mrs. Sis One day he came home in pain and try PARISIAN SAGE, and I find my In calling for the above letters, pleas laid down his work. When they were hair in much better condition, newhair say "advertised." about to lake him away to the hospital. O. C. Wallace, P. M. ''My boy, you growing in tho bald spots." Mrs.Blanche I went to him and said: S. Marshall, 407 Hinton Ave., Charlotts-villknow how I have always loved you with Va. Ladies, give delightful PAR5end It In. all my heart.'' ISIAN SAOE a trial, and see how quick- If you have a bit of news, send it in; "And I have loved you with all my ly your hair will grow lovely and Or a joke that will amuse, send it in; heart, too," he replied; "but papa don't A story tnat is true, worry; I don't mind the operation, I am An incident that's new, only afraid you will worry and it will Good Sense From Woodson. We want to hear from you. Send it in! make you worse. Don't worry, papa." To Tiik Climax. And day after day there came a mesThe present campaign in Kentucky Gott will take all your wool and pay sage of love from the hospital with its must not be permitted to degenerate admonition not to worry. into one of psrsonal abuse. There is no the highest price. "When at last he began to realize that occasionn for it. There is nothing at he must go, he sent for me. stako warranting acrimonious language "God has been good to us," I said to between Democrats. Every man in the him. "and we can trust hjm." . " v party, for the party's welfare and in the "I am trusting him," ho said. interest of good citizenship, should im . ' "We've had lot of good times together, mediately lend his influence toward my boy, and we are going to have many stopping a personal controversy that is it nffoa I iff A f Da&r Llftk more; for I am coming to you and we without justification and deplorable Loss of weigk eieraUy staws f forever. shall Owensboro from every standpoint sesaetbkg wrofig. And he gave my hand a squeeze LIME V Sold Only by Telephone 85 Whitewashing, Etc. Corner Main and B L. R. Blaiiton Streets More Money For Madison County Farmers among the nations in nearly all of them today. Although it has only 5 per cent of the world's population, It produces 20 per cent of the world's wheat, 22 per cent of its gold.' 30 per cent of its silver, 35 percent of its manufactures in the aggregate, 37 per cent of its pig iron, 40 per cent of its coal, 42 per cent of its. steel, 55 per cent of its copper, CO per cent of its petroleilm, 70 per cent of its cotton and 80 per cent of its corn, while it has 40 per cent of the world's railway mileage. How has this tremendous expansion in the country's activities in the past half century helped the average r, who constitutes a majority of the people? Here is one way and a very effective way, of answering this query. "Whilo the jium.ber of depositors in the savings banks of the country was G03.000 in lSCO, it was 9.142,000 in 1910, and tho amount of their deposits was $149,000,000 in the former year and in the latter. Leslie's. It has long been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty wellduring the first term of ofiice.and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast your vote for R. U. Terrlll for to the office of County Court Clerk. His record is open for the closest inspection, tf wage-earne- ROYAL BAKING A contributor to the Florida Christian THE STEARNS & FOSTER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Omam of Tartar POWDER MATTRESS , fVAME ON EVERYJSEMUNE MA7ZTRESS) m THREE FEET HIGH ARE: : V-,:'- S : f LAYERS 0FC0TT0H STANDING NEARLY IWWX fsim 10$: M$ Advertised Letters. I good-bye.- . ;gsv 1 COMPRESSED TO ONE SIXTH! THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AND ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF UNUSUAL SPRINGINESS M ki&kt I fMW I tMWf K iff IM . -- MTOT tU . ; i : ; :: ; .. y': :V v " " t ' '' '41 Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. t "Ilad dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters reached the cause." J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. lm - You will say "I never knew i a Mattress qouH be so Comfortable." of THE McGAUGHEV e. Studio wlio thinks clearly winning nowadays. And there is no better evidence of the fact that the farmers of this county ere men who think, take hold and accomplish than tho fact that they ere taking and unusual interest in the fenco question at this time. It is a big question and a vital one. A fence may be either a. source of loss, ncoyance, disappointment, or it may bo a source of profit, protection and permanent peace of mind. Any farmer who goes seriously into tho matter will speedily find that for real reasons the American Fence stands incomparably above every c! uer fence material otTered. In seriac, protection to stock, weather-re-s.stin- 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 rr J decides wisely, who makes tho real It is the farmer who goes ahead and does things red-lett- 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. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are saying. You owe it to yourself to have a Steams & Fosler in your home and enjoy reit that is Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's reft on a Steams & Fosler Mattress cosls too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, but'supporting it in perfedt relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Fofter Mattress. We'll gladly do it. A positive guarantee on every mattress bearing the Steams & FoSter name. A mot Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. H That's juft what satisfied users . er er that The S c h 1 eg e 1 Studio is dosed D. R SHACKELFORD & CO. broke my heart. At the last moment, whilo talking to his mother, his brilliant mind as clear as it had ever been in all his life, he looked up suddenly and exclaimed: "They are comlngl" Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. lm Scott's Emulsion corrects tku cwdRiea zsi hvMs Bp tfee wkele body. All DnnUu. Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield. N. . 12-- 10 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone W. S.O. R.O. L. 136 229 The hustling Casht Store Are You Ready for Sprino Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros. line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? arp fvauties and prices far below the quality." sans-tW. Every one 4 1,000 of us ic addicted to mental tele pathy. Tt reach the other 999 of us, Mr. Merchant must jif Men's advertise. Persistent adver-Iticm- fl in this paper will make els offered tfwe SWSi buy. The telepath cr?e kt wW buy aitytow. prices. ADout one in every Men's and Boys' Suits and Boys' Suits before you purchase We have what you wariif and'at so low. You know we specialize $10,00 and $15.00 Suits for men. SC fTarrnw In all styles. T. ies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords EITilt' brand. Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. AH Lines More Complete Than Ever Call and See Then! HAMILTON 0 - o i , 'orp o '.. -- - i . H - - - - - - I) "' ft " 1 Mr. Teuat Rlee, of Kingston 1 Our Story in a Nut Shell " Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goofls, and we respectfully invite your attention to our miu-ute- Mr. E. A. Thomas, of Arcadia, Flo., eo route to St. Louis, stopped over Sun day wiln Mr. .ferry Gilbert la the coun- line of Tailored and Fancy Waists 1 Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists -- and Dresses Oall and see us as we are now ready to take care of 3Tou on all Fall and Winter Goods OWBN MgKEB The Richmond Climax. nounced candidate for this honor, which is an erronous idea and unauthorlxed, as the many duties demanding Mr. Her-rington's attention preclude the pos raUSDEB ETERI WBIBUT IT sibility of his entering into a contest of political nature. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO a Thbre seems to be some confusion (iHoerpernted.) regarding the date for the county Demo Convention, and The Climax has Mgr. eratic . Vim. A. D. MiDer had Many inquiries during the past Sec'y-Trea- s. W. O. Wfcfee important oencorning this week matter. The convention will be held in this oily next Saturday, Hay 25, at two KwweKr PRtw Atseetuieii e'eteok. See call puclished by Chair man of County Committee elsewhere in imm BtMRtor nmmtK leawe. a VS flMUO FBIOE IM PBB YEAS IN ABVAKOK WRUXBSDAT. MAY H -- IMS t PERSONAL SOCIAL AND last week oa business. Editor James Sowers.of Nicholas ville, was ia the city Saturday. Col. Thomas J. Smith, of Frankfort, spent several days here last week. Miss Judith Tudor, of Irvine, has been a guest ef relatives in this city. Mrs. Charles Miller and Miss Eliza beth Miller spentSaturday in Lexington, Dr. It K. Million has returned from a week's stay in Bowling Green and Louis- ille Mr A. D. Usderwood, of Corbin, was a gaest last week of relatives in this etty. Mrs. Veraer Sohlegel, of Arizona, is speeding the summer wiln Airs. u. J, Sohlegel. Tub Oumax oaaaat believe the DemoCbenault has returned patty of Koataafcy will be gailty MissaJosephine Miss Lydia Elmore in cratic from visit to of aafialefaiaefcg tm Kafae Vaasaat, Lancaster. cbtUrsMui af tfce State Oeafcral Coaaaiit Mrs. Louis Real spent several days tee, aad dtarajwd the valiant Mrvieas the gaest ef relatives in Danville last readerad the party dariag the eapeiga laet fall, by uleatiag another man to Miss Mary D. Pickels is visiting her take eaaw-- af the affairs so saecasef ally brother. Sir. Uco.W. 1'ictels, and lamtly eeadaetod by this paatbaaa. Mr. Vao-eaa- t in UrbaBo, Illinois. is dae great eradtt for the splendid Mrs. C. S. Pownll has moved into Mrs. victory aehorvad by the State Danooacy S. D. Parrish's pretty brick house on laet X'oveatber. aad to select anotber to Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pattie. of Frank preside ia the eapeeity ef State Chair-w- a woaid be a rebuke to oae f the fort, were guests last week of Dr. and C. D. Pattie. west loyal and eMeteat party worker ta Mrs. Mr. Charles Milward.of Bnstol.Tenn., Keataoky. Democrats of Madfcea, reis visiting his brother, Mr. Wm. Mil- member aext Satatday whoa you ward, in tins city. ia eoneoatiea the apteadid work Mr. J. E. Ilenderson. of Monroe, La.. of Mr. Vame.pl. th overwhelming spent several days last week as the guest of laet faU, aad we are sare you of Mr. - T. FemelL will eaadala, asTbe Climax has done, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Maupin spent he oertaialy deserves oar tmaa- - buna&y wllti ttie latter s sister, Mrs. W. b. Williams, inl'ans. Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Jr.. is expected borne Tne LoMvii,Mt Tinas of Hoaday parentsthis week from a visit to her in Richmond. Va. woaiag osaUinc a very eomplimeatary Mrs. Wm. Gilkerson.of Qutcksand,has neUca af oar fellow towaaeaaa aod been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed. L. 8. Harriactoa, writ-te- a inanton, on est Main street. by Uw editor af 'Ifaat's Doing Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley and Mrs. Aatong PoUticiaas.'' Tbe article Joe CuenauK spent the week end with oa the upload id sbowiag made by Mrs. It. t . Spears in Lexington. Mr. Hoariagtaii ia his raoe for deleeste Mr. O. C. fron the Eighth Congressional Distriot week to see Culton was in Louisville last sister, Mrs. Jeptha Chen te the notional convention at Bahimore, ault, who is his in SL Anthony s Hospit ill The editor of this paaatar oalana al. Tfce 7Vec is tetiii riser under the Mr. Leslie P. Rice, of Neosho, Mo., Mr. Harrington is an an- - was the guest last week of his cousin, Uop-kiasrill- T a mm a a tree H leeks ae if Ue DmmoMc af KmUmky whU fee yallty of bM laaiaiitadt ta Ml to Rafac VaaSaal eaeirmaa ef Um State Oealael OeeBMtfUea. There is ft faction ia (be partr wagiag Merry war o Govaraar McCreary aad tbe adatinfcUa-- t wa iwaHy. nod U is altar Mr. Yaa Seat's aoalp. Hie tp lead id wt awing tb lata oaataaiga when Um Democrats were t amend to power by aa erefwbelev ia; iaaarHjr surety denrvo oar lie pnusttoaliy jch ve apkk privalAasioescaod spent memhejpjan defeat ef the JtepabUcans,' Hk nine tuae. Us tajtolligmiMn, bis Uot aad skill aad his Meaty were unselfishly aad davatad to Uw party's He oaprbt to fee owes on e cbairaMM without opposkiea. Kra. r-et Items of Interest Rairdlni and Others, Mr. Hone-fol- k C C. Wallace was in Frankfort Xr e le nt-jorit- jr -J- com-mea- ts clothes rrfoke you feel good said help you m&ke good; well dressed..Good To be ait the Top, Be Listen! try. The French Mission Circle of the First Presbyterian church met Monday with Mesoames A. U. ana U. U. Miller at their home In the country. Mrs. Bettie Templeman has returned from a trip to California, where she visited her daughter, who has been gone from home nearly two years. Misses Tommie Cole Covington and Margaret Covington and Duncan Foster attended a house party given by Miss McRoberts in Lancaster last week. Mr. Beechain Lackey, who has been visiting his sister. Mrs. W. Vf Williamson in Minnesota for the past two months, has returned home greatly-- : benefitted in health. s millMr. J. D. Channell. a wright, of Cincinnati, arrived in the city yesterday and is stopping at Mrs. Mer-ritt- 's lie will make some extensive repairs at the large Hour mill of the J. W. Zaring Grain & Milling Co. Profs. E. C. McDougle, John Noland, J, A. Sharon, I. H. Booth, G. D. Smith and Miss Lelia Patridge attended the annual meeting of Teachers Institute Instructors and County Superintendents days of last at Frankfort the first-thrweek. Hon. Jerry Sullivan, of Richmond, was in town for a short time last night. lie told & reporter for The Messenger that he was highly delighted with his prospects for winning the Democratic nomination for Congress Danville Messenger. Ms. George B. Hale left last week for Louisville to attend the General Asembly of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Hab will be joinel there by her brother, liev. James Cornelison. who will accompany her to this city where he will spend the summer. Hon J Smith Hays, of AVincherter, was iu this city Wednesday to see his brother-in-laMr. Oscar Helton, of Kirksvllle, who underwent an operatson at the Gibson Infirmary. Mr. Helton is getting Along nicely and will soon be restored to health. Mrs. Patrick Brown, of Sbelbyville, Kv.. is here on a visit to her husband Mr. "Pat" Brown, who is head miller at the J. W. Zaring Grain & Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were royally enter tained at a six o'clock dinner Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Cap Dickerson. Mr. D. W. Vandeveer. formerly pro prietor of the Richmond Hotel, this city, who for a year past has been pro prietor or a hotel in Kankakee, Illinois, has sold his property there and with his family has returned to Richmond. Air Tom Baxter, who went to Illinois with him as chief clerk in his hostelry, has also returned to Richmond. Judge J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond spent the 3ay here Monday in the in terest of his race for the Democratic Congressional nomination in this dis trict. He has been visiting different counties in the district meeting the voters but will not begin bis campaign until after Circuit (Jourt, which is now in session at Richmond. bbelby News. Hon. G. E. Lilly and family arrived home Wednesday, after having spent the winter in ban Antonio, Texas. The heartiest reception has been tendered Mr. Lilly and family on their return to Richmond, where many mends are cratified to know they will continue to The health of both Mr. and reside. Mrs. Lilly is creatly improved and the entire family are happy to be at home again. Miss Leona Wilson Gott of Richmond, is here the gust of her aunt Mrs. L. I. James Burnside has re Miller. ....-Mrturned to her home in Richmond, after The a visit to Lancaster relatives following were in Richmond for the funeral of little Hall Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory, Lancaster, Mrs. Same Rayburn, Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall and Miss Kate Clancy, of Winchester, u . r . Champ and Miss Jennie Lackey, of this city.' Lancaster Record. Mrs. Jeptha Chenault has hosts of friends who will rejoice to know of the successful outcome of a serious surgical operation she underwent recently at St. Anthony's Hospital, in Louisville. The operation consisted in the removal of a tumorous growth which extended all Owing to its around the collar bone. being so close to the jugular arteries, the operation was a most delicate one. and it is gratifying to know that Mrs. Chenault is recovering nicely and will soon be able to return home. Gen. Green Clay Goodloe and Mrs. Goodloe, of Washington City, and Green Clay Goodloe, Jr.. of Lexinston. Ky.. came over in Mr. Goodloe's automobile Tuesday afternoon and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. George W. Phelps, at White Hall, and had dinner Wednesday with ur. and Mrs. u. w. &vans. lien. Goodloe is retired paymaster of the marine corps and has many menus and relatives in Madison county. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps had for dinner Tuesday nignt 10 meet uonerai ana Mrs. uoouioe. Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, Miss Cur- raleen bmith, ilrs. Alary Meale Thomp son and Miss Margaretta bmith. Mr. Tom Noland came last week for a visit to his brother, Supt. John Noland and other relatives. Mr. Noland left Madison county seven years ago, going to California. Four years ago he enlisted in the Navy at Ban Francisco for tour years service, which expired May 0. He at once and is now on a furlough with instructions to report at San Francisco June 3 He will then spend six months in the training school ot the .Navy, after which he will enter the torpedo and submarine service and be stationed on the coast of Rhode Island. Mr. Noland hasspentmuch time on the waters of the Pacific ocean and on Chinese waters. He has been promoted several times since entering the service and is now what is known as "gunners mate." Mr. JNoland is years of age, has made about twenty-tw- o a splendid record in the service and ex. pects to spend bis lire in the Wavy. 11 is friends will rejoice to hear of his con' tinued advancement and prosperity. first-clasee s. School bells ran? aeain for the alumnae of Madison Institute on Thursday, May ' TI 1 16th, at 1 o'clock, and a goodly number Brother French filled his appointment of the association, gathered at the Masonic Temple for their biennial meetSunday at the Republican church. ing, this year by the sis Mt. Pleasant church has called Bro. youn graduates from "tho hill," The He will principal of the school, Prof. Casslday McClendon for their pastor. move with bis family to Richmond to and Mrs. Cassiday, were prosent as reside. guests of tho association. The enterRev. Mr. Summers, of Georgetown, tainment this year took the form of an will preach at the Baptist church, King elaborate reception and luncheon with covers laid for sixty. The color scheme ston, bunday morning and evening. was beautifully carried out in pink and Rev. W. E. Arnold, of Danville, the white and the large ball never looked presiding elder of the Danville District, more festive and beautiful. The tables will preach at the Methodist church werepresided over by Miss Issie Million, next baturday at 2:30 p. m. and on Sun-da- y as Toastm is tress, and her sparkling wit, at the morning and evening services, apt allusions fitting plcasantrios it being the occasion of the third quar- won an Hearts and the association, at and terly conference of the year. tho close of tho meeting, was willing The Paragraph In the discipline of the to vote her the position permanently. n members present Methodist Episcopal church forbidding Among the dancing, card playing, theatergoing and were Mrs. Monroe Lear, or 1'aris. a and some other worldly amusements member of the class of 1863. and Mrs. was retained in the discipline by action S. Id. Bosloy, of Danville, who graduatod of the General Conference. .Quite a tne same year. Mrs, A. it li. liurnam, number of pctions had been presented Mrs. Howard Neale and Mrs. ftco Col lins, were also members of the class of asking that it be left out. '08. Mi. Boslev responded to the toast. While the new Christian church is "Cradle Days," with an original poem being erected the congregation will hold which was irreatly enjoyed. "Senso all services regularly in the McKee and Sensibility," was the toast assigned sfeating rink. The carpets, pews, pul- to Mrs n . ii. Douglas, the keynote of pit and other furniture have, been in- which was ''By my troth, we that have stalled, and the rink makes an excellent good wits have much to answer for." p'aco for meetings of all kinds. The A solo, "Annie Laurie" was charmingly officers of the church wore fortunate in rendered by Mrs, A. R. Burnam. The securing such commodious and con- next on tho program was a toast, "The Rivals The Hill, The High and The venient quarters. Normal," given by Miss Bessie Turley Dr. Frank M. Thomas, presiding wiin much wit and humor. Tho toast. elder of the Louisville district, was the "Our Babies," was ably given by Mrs. fraternal delegate of the Methodist Ep- William Mays. The voices of all those iscopal Church, South to the General assembled joined in the stirring music Conference of the Methocist Episcopal of "Old Kentucky Home," the words beChurch at Mineapolis, Thedaily Chris- ing an appropriate paraphrase in favor tian Advocate, speaking of his address ts Madison Institute,tho dearold "HUH" said, "So eloquent, so beautiful, so the alma mater. One of the happy hits patriotic were some of the flights of ora- of the day was the toast, "Great Expectatory, that the great audienceHvas carried tions," by Miss Duncan Foster. She deft-'l- y off its seats. blew a bubble for each member of her class, 1913, prophetic of their hopes and Sunday, May 19, is observed as "Chil- resolves A solo, "Ben for the future. dren's Day" in the Methodist churches Bolt, was contributed by Mrs. Elmer generally. A regu lar program is pro vid-e- d Tate, whose sweet liquid voice was well and a collection taken, which is ap plied in the interest of the Sunday suited to the old ballad and waked many A sparkling humorSchool work, the principal part going to tender memories. Mary Earlo Oldham The church here ous toast by Miss assist needy schools. will observe the day at a later date. recommended to the association the doctors, This is one of the most important an- merits of the three best"Dr. Good "Dr, ConQuiet, Dr. Diet and niversaries of the church. science." Last, but not least, was a The First Church of Christ (Scientist) beautiful tribute to the alma mater holds services regularly overy Sunday given by Miss Anna DeJarnett, enjoyin their apartments. l.fU uecona street. able, pithy and full of Iruth. At tho Sundav School at 10 o'clock a. m. Lcs- - coclusion of the luncheon a beautiful Wednesday loving cup made the circuit of the tables con sermon at 11 a. m. evening, testimonial servicos at 710 p.m and many short and sparkling toasts "This cup," said the Free reading room 130 Second street, were drunk. open from 2 to.4 p.m. on Mondays, vea Toastmistress was prosonted to Judge nesdavs and Fridays. Subject for next liurnam by his associates of the bu Sunday, May 20 th. "Soul and preme Court at tho time of his retireBody." The public is cordially ment from office and belongs to Judge Burnam, but Judge Burnam belongs to invited to any and nil services. airs. Mrs. Burnam. Mrs. Burnam be Unn. WillianvJ. Brvan was ouite the ongs to tho alumnae, therefore the cup is feature of the day Sunday in Louisville ours. The whole table then joined in a as a speaker before the Northern Pres- rousing chorus, singing, "Auld Long ' byterian Assembly, speaking five times Syne: during the day upon such subjects as All hearts were youne azain. "The making of a Man," The larger All school girls again listening to the Life" and "Brotherly Love." Mr. oeus, Bryan has been elected the Head of the What a gush of euphony voluminously Assembly, and it was great Winona wells, particulary in the interest of this in- How it swells. visitor to the How it dwells, stitution that he'wa a General Assembly: One sentence from On the future; how it tells, ono of his addresses is the ney note Of the rapture that ompanels. to Mr. Brvan's life and utterances, and To the swinging and the ringing 5s worthy of being seriously ponder it Of the bells, bells, bells. ed by the Agiators in both parties just To the rhyming and the chiming of the supernow, I regard religion miiniteiy bells. ior in its relation to human life and Thus passed the fifty-sixtannivers hippiness.than goverment. ary of Madison Institute. h mm 1 notes. The Meeting of the Alumnae of Madison Institute. NOTICL To Promoters of New Pikes. Asltthe Woman Who Wears Them The Mad'son Fiscal Court, having heretofore appropriated $1,200 per mile to aid in the construction ot five miles of new pike to be located one mile in each of the following matrislerial districts, viz: Foxtown, Union, Ellls-Yate- s, Glade, and Millipn. and the un dersignd having been appointed commissioners by said Court to fix the location of said pikes. Notice is hereby glvon to all persons fn said districts who desire to make propositions to build new pike and avail themselves of the 'aid provided for by tho Fiscal Court, that this commission will bold a meeting in the CoUuty Court room in Richmond, Saturday, May 25th, at 10 o'clock a. m., to receive such propositions, which must bo submitted in writing and signed by responsible persons. Wo will hear oral testimony as to ARE YOU A WOMAN? This smart canvas pump made look: of pure white linen is being shown this week in all sizes and lasts at question affecting said locations. The promoters will be required to construct or cause to be constructed said pikes according to specifications prepared by the County Judge, which will include the conveyance in feo simple to Madison . rt It i. i. eee oraer r iscai wiourt ouioruu xvutu O A good bond will be required 1912. ,. , any Get Yours Now S3 50 binding tho parties to carry out the tracts. W. L. CRtrrcriEit, Chairman, JosErn Booo?, Secretary con- Jons B. Pabkks 47-2- t. Commissioners. Cut shows one of our prettiest white linen pumps. Your size can White Shoes have come to stay. be had now for Don't forget W. W. Broaddus & Co., will furnish you with good, hard brick 48-t- f at 59 per thousand. Mr G. C. Martyn, better known as "Chair" was united in marriage lo Miss Nettie Howell Taylor, of Memphis, Tenn., in that city on April 1. Tho bride is a charming and attractive young lad and a favorite with all who know her. Mr. Martyn is a valued employe of the Queen & Crescent Railway, and holds a Tesponsiblo position in the shops ot the company at Somerset, Ky., whore ho and his fair bride make their homo. "Chaff" has many friends in Richmond, who wish him and his fair lady many years of happiness and sunshine. Mr. G. C. Johnston and Miss Ella B. Peel, both of this city, were married Saturday night at the residence of Rev. E. C. McDouglo. who performed the ceremony. Mr. Johnston is an employe of tho L. & N. Railroad and is quite popular with a large circle of friends. The bride is a vory attractive and accomplished young lady. Friends of the contracting parties extend hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy married life. Two hundred styles of this famous shoe ready for your selection -- $2 48 Await You Here W. D. Oldham & Company Richmond's Greatest Store Quality Groceries THE "B0WHA8 WAY" IS THE IDEAL WAY PLtASUIE TRAVEL, Prof. McDougle and Prof. Or We tell you there's money for you in trading at our store. Good Groceries within the reach of all. Extra values for your money. It pays to sell Quality Goods. See Prices Quoted Below For This Week 25e 7 bars Big Deal Soap G bars Ideal Soap 25e 8 bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Clean Easy Soap 25e 6 bars White P. & G. NapthaSoap 25q 5haron. At a meeting of tho County School counSuperintendents from seventy-fou- r ties at Frankfort last week Prof. E. C. McDougle, of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School, "was elected president of the Association of institute Workers. Prof. J. A. Sharon, of the Normal School, was appointed chairman of the commit tee to prepare a bill to bo presented to the next legislature, providing for pig ment by State of all institute instructors 'for pay for school teachers whllo attending institutes and for the abolition of all fees paid by teachers. m 19 DAYS' TOUR TO YELLOWSTONE COLORADO, UTAH, PARK &.C. MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912 Lake and Seashore Tours IN AUGUST, 1912 Building material of all kinds at W A soft shirt and soft collar will add to & Co. Get prices before Our popular coach, Prof. Wilson, has placing your orders for this class of your comfort during the summer been confined to his room for several goods. months. We soil Wilson Bros.and Man48-t- f days with an injured foot, the result of hattan shirts Rico & Arnold. uloou an accident on the diamond. Will Be At Kentucky Fairs. poison was feared, but timely treatment Sixteen Students Pass by Ur. liosley, has controlled the situaMrs. Valeria Kinnaird, of Des Moines, tion and wo are glad to report him on Examination. Iowa, formerly Miss Valeria Young of the mend. white students who Out of twenty-fou- r this county, has arrived at the home of n A pleasant reception was given in look ihoState examination on Saturday, Hall on Thursday or last week, her father, Row O.J. Young at Baldwin. May 11, sixteen passed, and are now from 3:30 to 0:00 in honor of the faculty Mrs. Kinnaird will be remembered as entitled to enter tho High School next bride and groom, Prof, and Mrs. Koch. the champion lady rider, having taken year. Six of tho above number wero The students of the Model and Normal premiums at all the Central Kentucky members of Caldwell High school Schools, the faculty and their wives and took the examination in order lo were the invited guests. Those receiv- fairs incjuding the Lexington Fair and securo a State diploma. The examinaMrs. Kin- tion questions were very rigid and the Mrs. Crabbe, Prof, and Mrs. the State. Fair at Louisville. ing were Koch, Mrs. Roark, Prof, and Mrs. John- naird has had her horses and other high marks that the students secured The first half is evidence of tho splendid training son and Miss Patridge. shipped to Kentucky preparahour was set apart for the entertainment that they havo received. Bolow is list of ttie children in the grades. The tots tory to exhibition in tho fairs of Central of those who passed: made a pretty sight as they filed in from Kentucky this season. . Mrs. Kinnaird Carrie Bush, the hall with a dignity worthy of guests has carried off the blue ribbon in every R. C. Boggs, more practiced in social formalities. riding contest in which she has Anna-Caientered. The older students arrived latter and Elizabeth Carson, paid their respects and congratulations Eiizabe h Cornealson, Secure fine Contract. to Mr. and Mrs. Koch, whom they had J. Ida Cornealson, all learned to know and love as Miss Elizabeth Miller. W. W. Broaddus & Co. have been Deverell, teacher of first. and second Martha Yates McKee, awarded contract to furnish 300,000 grades. Laura Oldham, brick for Waco and Kirksville school Stella Parke. EASTERN 18, MILLERSBURG 0. houses. Bessie Ray Sanders, This enterprising firm will Prof. Johnson took his hard hitting also furnish cement, lime and plastering Mary Tribble, Eastern team toMillersburgMonday.acMcGarvey Thomas, cotripanied by about forty rooterj, and material for tb!e new Christian church, Virgel Turpln, - this city. It Is very gratifying to all to succeeded in defeating the last MtllersWm. Wacers, burg team by the overwhelming score know that a local firm was fortunate Cornelia Wilson. of 18 to 0. Lewis was on the mound for enough to secure these contracts, as this the Easterners and pitched an excellent Inspected game, allowing only one hit and no will leave money in Richmond that Judge W. R. Shackelford, of Richscores. The features of the game were would have gone elsewhere had outside mond, County Judge or Madison, and the pitching of Lewis and the bard hit- interests landed the job. one of tho best known Masons in the ting of the Easterners, Broaddus leading state, was here Tuesday evening to in in the slugrest. Boarders Wanted. spect the Local Chapter, Royal Arch EASTERN 14, STATE JUXI0R3 9. Good clean rooms and good table. Ap- Masons and witness tho conferring of the Degrees. Judge Shackelford Is at The Eastern boys met the strong team ply to Mbs. Cltdk Pollens, present an officer of tho Grand Chapter of State Juniors on Saturday of last 31-331 Moberly avenue. of the citato. Winchester Domocrat. by the week and beat them in a slug-rescore of 14 lo 'J. Within the last few weeks Eastern has developed a hard- hilting team and threo of State's pitchers were in turn driven from the mound. Eastern has at last gotten into condition ball and the boys are playing first-clas-s DEATH DAUSED BY and hope to close the schedule witb a series of victories. NORMAL NOTL5. Sewell & McKinney Phones 1 ft. Broaddus Summer outing write for folders giving detailed information. Address BOWMAR'S TOURS, Versailles, Ky. 40-G- All Tours personally conducted'by Daniel M. Bowmar. Before arranging for a 6 and 223 t Gov. McCreary Not in Race For Senator. The following press dispatch was sent out from Frankfort Thursday: "I am not a candidate for United States Senator," was the statement of Governor McCreary today, when asked if he would be a candidate for United States Senator to succeed Senator William O. Bradley. Numerous reports have been going the rounds that Governor McCreary would seek the Senator-shi- p and it is belived that this wa being used by his political enemies to hurt his administration. Governor McCreary today issued the following statement: "I am not a candidate for United States Senator, and don't expect to be a candidate for that ofllce. Several newspapers have referred to mo in this connection without authority. My greatest desire now is to be a faithful and an efficient Governor." A : Name To : Remember Sul-liua- para-phanal- ia Here is a name "PENSLAR" that will mean a great deal to every man, woman and child in this city when they learn what it stands for. It is our duty and our pleasure to tell you. There is a great firm of Manufacturing Chemists in Detroit, The Peninsular Chemical Co., whose name on the label of a remedy is the best possibly guaranty of its purity and medicinal worth. They prepare in their splendid laboratories over 100 remedies for household use. Strange as it may seem to you, they do nol believe in secret medicines. They think you have a right to know what you are talcing. And you have. So they put the full formula on every label the name and exact quantity of every ingredient all in plain English.so you can judge for yourself. If they were not sure that each of these was the best possible prescription if they were not sure that their skill in compounding these remedies was unsurpassed they could not afford to do this. Stray Bull. Strayed from my place on Big Hill pike about May 10, a blue or squirrel groy Jersey bull dehorned and weighs about COO pounds. Reward for information leading to recovery. 43-2- t. M. M. Hamilton, It. D. Xo.3, Richmond, Ky. tf st The People's Stock Remedy At this season you should not be without a tmckane of The PeoDla'a Stock Romedy; 25c and 50c. (Jure that old sore, cut or wound by applying Tho Poople's Antiseptic Healing Powders. Sold by Hichmoud Drug 30-t- f Company. E. Dcatlierage will buy your wool Anyone can copy their formulas but there is no danger that anyone w equal their quality of the remedies, and they know it. You see, this makes their success depend on Quality, not, Seorecy. Secrr cy in medicine is not good for you. You have a right to knew what you are. using; all about it. We like to handle drugs of quality. This is the war w' got our trade That is why we obtained the agencr for these splendid remedies know, as the Mill. i Remedies Remember the name "PENSLAR." Remember what it means. ' Hif ." est Quality and We've a great, deal more i' s.a about Penslar. Watch for it. Seethe Penslar goods fn eur windows Come in and ask about thorn. You may need a really reliable remeu some day. Learn about it now Formula-on-the-label- Report of the Condition OF State Bankfi Trust Co. Doinc business at Richmond. Madison county. Ky.. at the close of business on the ISth day ot May 131 RESOURCES Untimejy End of One of the City School's Most Promising Pupils N pay will the highest cash prices. jU 223 feSgjSir Boy-sKiils- d Birthday Celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stevens, of Breezv roini, ioui mues east or uic nmond. on Red Honse road, entertained Sunday in honor of the seventy-fiv- e "birthday of Mr. b. P. Good. Mrs. btevens' father. The children present were: Mrs. R. L. blade and two children, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burgin and two children and son, E'-wood, all of Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and daughter. Regina. and granddaughter. Miss Agnes Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams, of Red House; and Master Harry Milward. of Lexing ton, a mend or .prentice blade, who journeyed over from Lexington together on their bicycles. Sixteen members of the (amily tpent a most pleasant and happy reunion together. Mr. Good was a Confederate soldier and a member of Uncle Joe Wheeler's command, and is yet hale and hearty and bids fair to celeWhen brate many more anniversaries. seated at the table each member present gave a toast to the honored guest, which bad been written by Miss Aubrey Bur- gin, one of Mr. Good's granddaughters. These toasts were appropriately written and came as a pleasant surprise to Mr. Good. The menu consisted of all the delicacies of the season and a most happy and memorable occasion was en joyed by those present. by Incompetent Optician. ''j! and tf Stockton's Drug Store RICHMOND '''' La The joy of living comes to the voman. Buying clothes vill be a joy to you when you come to our store. Ve keep bright, fresh apparel and always in style. Our Ladles' and Misses' ready-ma- de suits are works of art. "When you buy your garments, you also buy your "freedom" from the sewing machine; the materials and your time cost you more than our well-dres- sed mrnofri Cave Madison County's trip to Mammoth Cave will be June 19. The round trip railroad fare from all the stations in the county 45.65, all the expenses at the Cave Hotel for the the three nnys trip. This ht-te- t amount includes your board at Ceve Hotel and the several routes through the Cave, making the ex pones fer a grand those ooys ooefng te Uw great Snbtsmnenn wonosr for $12. 15, Tfee hotel hns been reserved for this par tieulor onto . Tickets on sale .from all itatlsas. A specially onductod trip. Thwngh eeaehes on regular asoreing train. Write or pfceM Um L. St X. U 48 4t Ow eontribntssn and aorresnonnnnU M pianos Meaowoor lo ok ock ready-ma- de suits. o John R. Gibson & Co. " when tne ooKpnsitor te ."speak tf written on both sMos of tae paper. or m rim oir. nmk oanow as Loans and Discounts.. $139.175 7(! Keal listate Morttroces . 1J3.MG35 Call Louns on Collateral 29.1M 00 Time Loans onCollateral 12.500 CO 0 U. S. Bonds Other Stocks. llonds.Etc 24.193 75 $$0,719 70 Ml Due lrom lat'l JJankn... "The death of Albert Conway, an Here is another proof that it is posiDue from State Hanks 871 39 and Bankers eleven year old lad, on Wednesday, has tively dangeroug to havo your oyes exDue from Trust Coni- 207 77 Wi211 87 created considerable of a sensation in amined or glasses fitted by 'short term, nanles opticians, optometrists or spectacle pedUnited States and Na medical circles. JI.OSiOU tional Bank Xotes 7383 41 1S.4134I - "Some weeks ago hiseyesightbecame dlers," none of whom havo any medical Checks and other cash 09219 impaired and he had a pair of glasses knowledge of tho eye, instead of conItems .Exchange for Clearing optician'. The boy sion be sulting an oculist, ono possessing aj 0 69319 fitted by an House Overdrafts (unsecured) 11.31873 11J1S75 gan to have pains in his head, which be- thorough medical education.joC1tho oy 0 Overdrafts (secured) . came so severe a physician was called its appendages and diseases. Current Expenses Paid 3.97368 Keal Estate.HVjr House 17.000 03 in. Tho latter diagnosed tho boys ail 17.S75O0 Wearing glasses-fitteOther Keal Estate by theso "shori w furniture and fixtures 2.500 011 40,3116a ment to come from his eyes and an term oye specialists?" Although your Uy virtue or an Executio 5To. I, KS3.72S7& oculist was consulted. Total demise may not bo as tragic as young directed to me, which issued from the LIABILITIES the latter discov Conway's, yot tho continued wearing of Clerk's office of the Madison Circuit "Upon examination Capital Slock paid In, in jio.imjuu ered that Conway's optic nerves had their wrongly fitted magnifying glasses, Court in favor of M. B. "White against casit oo S3MXJ0 Surplus f unas beon strained by the use of too strong produces results as certain as death and Liucy tlockaday and Waltsr Hockaday, 8.17S50 Undivided profits 0 2S.17S50 Fund to pay taxes magnifying glasses, and that a hemor- - taxes. In the end you must suffer with Ior one of my deputies, will on Deposits subject to rhuge of the eye had followed. The lad's growths, cataracts, headache, paralysis cnecic ton wincu interMonday, 319.67923 est is not paid condition grew steadily worse until of thetjptic nerves, granulated eyllJs Depositssubjecttocheck 0 Demand Certificates of meningitis. death resulted from botwqen the hours of 30 o'clock a. m. and partial or total blindness. Deposits Ion which inand 2 o'clock p. hi., at the Court House 0 terest is natd "The oculist, Dr. McKay, in exam-- ; Time Certificates of De, Being the only In South- door in Richmond, Madison county.Ky.. postu ton wnicn inter, ininf the patient discovered that;-th- e expose to public sale, to the highest and 0 est is nald glasses supplied by the optician were ern Kentucky, exclusively adjusting best biddor, the following described proSaving Deposits (on glasses, possessing the medical educa- perty. (or so much thereof as may be 0 which interest Is paid exactly .opposite In power to those re0 Certified Checks the' oculist, don't you think it necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, inC00 GO quired by the boy. Owing lo this fact tion of Due National Ilanku 92,901.40 and would bo well to consult us regarding terest and cost), Due btate- - Banks and hemorrhage of the eye resulted. , 4.32832 Hankers your eyes and tho wearing of glasses, the costs of this action, the life estate of 0 Due Trust Coumanles Lucy Hockaday in "The physicians of the city today Cashier's Checks out when needed? . 0 standlncr measures to hold the optician Xotes and Bills redUr reapeeftibte for th boys' death, on the LAND 0 Costs less than you pay ''short term counted- o 4.98$3B Bills Parable ground ot malpractice." Wilmington, opticians" for their eye destroying magTaxes due and unpaid... 0 more or less, oa the waters of SitoM 0 unpaid dividends .. (Del.,) Special to Philadelphia Press. nifying glasses; Other Liabilities not in. iiTeeK in ma. virxsvme .a agister mm Mia-- '' any of eluded under tnct in Jiaaisoa eewMy.Jty., awl oaa-e- d 38.888M .303HeS the above Heads. as follows: On lb mrik br laada af ALL WORK AND GLASSES GUARANTELD. NEW LENSES . JS53.7SSW Totol Lucy Hockaday; tutt a4 9etabr th FITTED m OLD FRAMES OR MOUNTINGS I State of Kentucky lands of Parker AiMtaraea, and on tfca I jjounty of Madison lea. wast by the Paint LMc turnpike. Leviaal I. K. K. Turle. Cashier of the a4ev upon as property of Lucy Haekatey aad Eye Exawinatioa Free Untf June 1st named banlr. do solemnly swenr that Hie Walter Hockaday. above Statement la true to the beet of my knowledge and belief. TERMS: Sak will be R.JE. Turley. Caahter. d as a credit el Ihrae (3) month, head with apSuhArtted nnd Murom in lipfare? nu by K. K. Turley, me 21st day of May. lm proved eourily required, feeariaw in Mycemmleeioa expiree Jem. 1L 1M& terest at Um rat of V per cast, par an1 r. Kvane, Notary Pubttc. num fron day vrf- - sale, ad herinf Uw COWtSCT-AH- ats force and effaet of a eKtabond, OAm 308 W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY Otr Midddtoa's Drug Store. DjfA. McCORD. S. M, C. W. D. OU3HA.M. iTBEBI1TF5 5AIB I iH WV JUNE 27 to JTULY 3 1 d Here is an Ideal Waist for summer. Just ttie thing for school ar tl work, attractive and com fortable. We have them in all colors plain white, white trimmed in lavender, blue and black, also tan trimmed in white, lavender and blue. June 3rd; 1912 to-wi- t: Waist, Collar, Tie and Belt d(s-cus- 44 ACRE5 OF $5.00 QAYLE ffit GAYLE E. The JM recto re Mayl5.1Wi 47-3- & Climax! l Elder year 98 CENTS $1 J.s STANIFER Your Spring Suit XT WHEN SPUN GAVE UP CUBA Vmmm STOMACH TROUBLES ANGELL AVOIDED THE TRAf Drama That With O EmM In Sorrow After AmtrieM Wr, th Cured By Viriol Here is Proof Arriving In Havana on the after- aooa of! December 31, 1898, the day before Spain surrendered the Ikd. presented to Major General Ludlow letter of Introduction froaa the son I'Cilll I3W Young'men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let us show you our nice line of 5uits for Fit, Style, Wear and Quality none is our equal . sortments been so complete Our racks are brimming over i it ii witn ail the new styles t iNever Derore nave the as I r 11 Norfolk Suits ThtVre the very style you want. e show them in medium and dark ' shades e promise you the greatest value in all the land Our suits are now going, so come curly that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Footwear We are leaders in "The Always WearWellShoe for Men" $4.00 f n of one of bis 'close friends, and asked for a pass which would enable Mrs. Thayer and myself to eee the next day's ceremonies at tbe palace. The pass was presently forthcoming. It was five minutes to twelve next day. At that Instant rose the solemn strains of the Spanish anthem. As It ceased there was a moment's silence. Then up through the casements came tho "Star Spangled Banner," and the procession, which had formed below. wound its way through the great por tal and up Into tbe room where we were. Major General Brooke and the officers tinder 'his command, their dress uniforms and yellow sashes a bright note of color, entered first; then came the swarthy Cuban leaders, their uniforms less splendid, but their dignity beyond question; and last of all. General Castellanos and his staff. The scene was too painful to pro long. A moment of formalities and it was over, and tbe defeated said fare well. It was an ordeal for a man of Castellanos temperament Tears came to bis eyes. "I have been in many battles," be faltered, "many trying situations, but never in a position like this." Then, as we watched, the little handful of Spanish troops, headed only by fife and drum, set their faces toward Spain. The drama which began with Columbus was finished. John Adams Thayer, "Out of the Rut." SOLID MATTER A seystowr, Ind. I was troubled with a esrosie stoeaaca troable, and five week age It got so bad I had to give up work. I had tried various medi cines without relief, and was finally induced to try VInol. After taking tho first bottle I was greatly benefited. Am bow oa tbe third, bottle and ready to resume work. Am rapidly gaining in weight and strength." Edw. Tells of His Duel of Wits With a Spy of the Sultan Of Turkey at Constantinople. Will Demonstrate Its Merits Beyond Any Question of Doubt. Perry's Rexall Drug Store Will Supply Without Cost a Limited Number of Full Size Packages, to Demonstrate Its Merits. If you who know the distressing symp toms of indigestion, who experience tbe many discomforts of upset stomachs if you were assured beyond a doubt knew positively your druggist could sup ply a remedy that would relieve you in stantly and cure you permanently you would get a package, quick, wouldn't take anybody's word for it prove its I DIGESTIT k a harmless mfdictee merit by trying it yourself and Perry's absolutely free from potsonowa or hWi- Drug Store will furnish a full size pack- formteg drugs. a It digests feed age without cost to a limited number of natural way, and supplies aulrkneat to people. tbe famtoisiied body. This liberal offer is made to .bow you Drug stores- - throughout Ike saHMtry beyond a question of doubt the wonderhave been supplied with litis remarkful morit of DIGESTIT. If you are a able mcdioiae aad are authorized to sell victim you cannot afford to miss this opyou? it at 50c a package with the distwet There i3 such a remedy it is called portunity to get relief. Go to Perry's understanding 'that yor money will be Drug Store now and get a package as it DIGESTIT.and can be had from Perry's will be furnished only to a limited refunded if you are net pleased with Rexall Drutr Store. You do not have to WHO W0ULDNT BE TEACHER? Here Is a Schedule of Her Dally Tasks, With an Estimate of Her Pay. A school teacher la a person who teaches things to people when they are young. The teacher comes to school at 8:30 o'clock, and when she has gotten enough children for a mess in her room, she teaches them reading, writing, geography, grammar, arithmetic, music, drawing, cooking, board sawing, crocheting, deep breathing, bird calls, scientific eating, patriotism, plain and fancy bathing, forestry, civics and other sciences too numerous to mention. When school is out she stays behind with five or six of her worst scholars and tries to save the state a job of reforming them later on. Alter that sne nurrles home to make herself a new dress and snatch a hasty supper before going back: to attend a lecture- - by an Imported specialist on the history of tribal law in Patagonia, which the superintendent thinks may give her some Information which may be useful in her school work some day. A great many lec turers roam the country preying on school teachers and some of them are very cruel, talking to them so long that the poor things have to sit up till morning, when they get home, to get their dally test papers corrected. School teachers' salaries range from $30 a month up but not far enough up to make them dizzy. On her salary the teacher must dress nicely, buy herself things for her work which the city is too poor to get, go to twenty- nine lectures and concerts a year, buy helpful books on pedagogy, pay her way to district, county and state Institutes, and enjoy herself during a three months' vacation which her sal ary takes every year. In addition tho teacher is supposed to hoard away vast sums of money, so that when she becomes too nervous and cross to teach, at the age of fifty or there abouts, she can retire and live happily ever after on her income. Philadel phia Bulletin. It Is the curative medicinal ele ments of the cods' livers, combined with the strengthening properties of tonic iron contained in Vlnol which makes it so successful in restoring perfect digestion and at the same time it builds up the tired, over system. worked and Try a bottle of Vinol with tho un derstanding that your money will be returned if It does not help- you. run-dow- n - B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists RICHMOND, KY ALDRICH IN THE OLD DAYS How the Author Appeared When He Had Just Become Editor of Atlantic Monthly. I can see blm now, sitting at the round table at Oscar's, holding a briar pipe that was oftener between his fingers than In his mouth, and swinging it in graphic curves as he talked to us. He used it like a painter's brush or pencil. He was dressed In a quiet suit of tweeds, the sobriety of which was re lieved by a flowing crimson scarf gath ered at the neck by an antique ring. He was partial to crimson in those days, and it became his complexion and the light curls apostrophized by Bayard Taylor. We parted late and in a merry mood, the young fellows among us glorying in the new friend who was so witty, so suave, and so attentive to our ambitions and aspirations. Moreover, Aldrich bad just succeeded to the editorship of the Atlantic Monthly, and hope3 arose of possible advantages lying for young authors in that direction. TH have an elegy ready Tor him be fore breakfast, and try to get ahead of Edgar," said Frank Saltus, referring to Edgar Fawcett, as the lights went out in Oscar's and we dispersed, and on the following morning he came to me, dissembling an nlr of despondency It's no use. Edgar's beaten us all. He shipped a car load to the Atlantic by the fast freight before daylight as per invoice, sonnets, ten bales; tri olets, ballads and rondeaux, three bales; novels and" short stories, twenty tons In fifteen crates." Bookman. MAPS OF THEIR HOME STATES Exiles Keen Them Hanalng In Their Offices Because They Get Very Homesick. To that general Information bureau, the elevator starter, went the man who wished to see a larce man of FICTION? Scientists Now Declare That What Seems So Is In Reality Only Motion. Special" at $3 We have the new things that the ladies want White Buck, c nd $3.50. d uede, Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that are guaranteed to fit. agency for Rice & Hutchins famous encv for women. We have the sole I ducator Shoes. We carry them m wnue duck ana anva Sil-Ki- and "Royal c Why Not Build a Home This Year And let J 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 -- 92 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Science is knocking the materialists end for end, as the boys say. It is absolutely proven that there Is no such thing as solid, substantive matter. It is only motion. This stone, this table, this hammer Is only mod idiotic idea. tion. Somo eh? Well, it is known that matter is composed of atoms. For a long time the atom was thought to be the final analysis of matter. But such Is not the case. - A few years ago radium was discovered, and that has broken tbe atom Into small bits, 2,000 times smaller than the hydrogen atom, tbe smallest of all. These particles of the atom we called electrons, and now it has been found that these electrons are mere points of electrical energy. These electrons. says a magazine article, "are entirely free from anything that can be prop erly called matter." Trillions and trillions of these dec trons make up this piece of Iron, and they are always in motion, flitting about at tbe rate of 50,000 miles a sec ond. Now you know there is a He out how can a man calculate the speed of an Invisible motion inside of an in visible atom? Oh, dear reader, you have no idea how big and deep this world 1b, or how powerful human genius is, or how small a space you occupy in the world. Ohio State Jour nal. new-fanglePlay-Counte- In the diplomatic service, a man 'must always keep his wits keen and ready for use. A case In point Is supplied by James Burrill Angell, in bis "Reminiscences," In this .anecdote of his sojourn in Constantinople, as mln Ister from the United States; The spies of the aultan were everywhere. A Turk told me that the spy business was the most prosperous of all. I was assured that spies were sitting at the dinner tables of the principal hotels, to overhear the conver sation of the guests. With one against whose visits I had been warned, I had an amusing interview. He was a bandsomedlgnlfled Arab, who had been in England long enough to talk English fairly well. He Intro duced himself to me by saying be had been mayor of Jerusalem, and was now trying to procure from the gov ernment a concession for the con struction of a system of waterworks for that city. He regretted so he Informed me to find that the government was so corrupt that he had no hope of secur ing the concessions except by bribing a whole row of officials. It refreshed him to turn from those representa tives of corrupt and tyrannical gov ernment and pay his respects to the representative of a pure and honest democracy. Supposing his object to be to draw from me some remark derogatory to the Sultan, which he could report to my disadvantage, I remarked that a monarchy presided over by a just sov ereign was a very edifying spectacle, and that even In republics it must be admitted that corrupt men were sometimes found in office. He seemed surprised, and proceed' ed to eulogize republican government. continued my commenaaiions oi en lightened monarchies. The conversation ran on in this way for half an hour, when he bade me adieu but, as I flattered myself, with out any game for his bag. Youth's Companion. STRANGE COUNTRY-IS FEEDING For Production of Eggs Tins is one very essential point, which ye never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay they are supplied wih the material from whMi,! are made. A Hen is only a machine for making 1 out of the material which she finds in her foed. Mai unless she is given the proper TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itsolf every ingredient neeesmry for be Production of Pure. Rich ami Wholesons Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which 'M acts quickly upon every vital pan. keeping tha'" CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. OMAN SomethlnfjAbaut the Sultanate Southeast End of the Arabian Peninsula. at the RICHMOND DRXTG CO. One of the least known countries of tbe Arabian peninsula is the sultanate of Oman, which occupies the souUi eastern extremity. The country is largely mountainous. The area has not been exactly determined, as the western, or desert, border has never been fixed. The population, which ranges from 250,000 to 500,000 is dis tributed mostly along tho seacoast and a few interior valleys that can be irrigated. There arc no rivers, and tbe annual rainfall Is not moro than five inches. Wells are tbe only source of water. The Tropic of Cancer crosses the sultanate, and while the winters are pleasant the summers are long and extremely hot. Arabic is generally spoken, the language though in the ports many persons speak Persian, Baluchi and Hindu stani, and every native merchant can conduct his business correspondence in either English or French. The sultan or any of his wallls, or gover nors, decides a case which may be brought before them without refer ence to any other case or to any law. except local customs and such pre cepts of the Koran as may be deemed applicable. Commercial law Is un known. Wages, formerly extremely low, have been Increasing steadily, a condition said to be due not to any Increase in tbe demand for labor, but to-- a deficiency in the supply caused by tho dying out of the sedee, or ne gro, population since the Importation of slave cargoes ceased. The prevailing dally wages, United States curren cy, in cents, are: Carpenters, 46; house servants, 17; cooks, 32; masons. 34; coolies, 24; messengers, 20, and women date packers, 37. Goats, sheep and burros, of poor and stunted types, owing to scanty forage, are raised; but tho dromedaries which tho tribes of the western border grow are said to be the best breed in the world. Horses are few, there being probably less than 500 In the whole country.- Fanners, Attention We are Agents for the Corner Orchard and Todd Edwards Lumber Go. Main-s- t Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky BOB WALKER IT n dm Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- Will have three creat Stallions at Ins Stable for the Season of 1012. or yean ud itink i t ihe W Mm Kbe Bryant, Btirbown. Ky tare "I lire oaed Rtaf? 4-- 1 1 poultry remedy oitAe. IlcarngapctuullimbowckvnthoutfuL dropped down the bjllol a suaaf U ill Toast. Burkswn. Ky . mvk "One drop of Rear dacka Ufa Ihe worm aad tctiem tbe chick uuolly. I ti the best prerratire 1 hare eta lued. Mfg. and Guarantied by J. Robt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at a! I Drn&Iiti. CURES Cholera. Gaoes. LimbernecR. Roud, Canker,, tira?ir Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry 9 Ijfl -44 LORD RION 52777 ML by the great Arion Race record 2:20 4, out of Madge Fullerton 2:21 Great brood mare list fee $25.00 living colt. 3-- 2:07 , MARK HANNA 44 (Better known as the Jake Herndon horse) Registered saddle stallion by Lynn Boyd 90. Dam Helen B. 373 by Abe Van Sleter. Helen B. is also tbe dam of a gelding that sold for $1750.00. Mark Hanna has proven to be the best breeder of saddle and business horses that ever stood in Madison county. Fee $15.00 for a living colt. d. Safety Tbe subject or "Kissing before en gagements for marriage" came up at a whist club of half a dozen married couples. It turned out that not one of the women had been kissed until her troth was plighted. One of the men had a poor memory: "We used to kiss, sometimes, didn't we?" he said to bis wife. "No, sir," she said, with deep indignation; "you tried to, and you fought for the privilege, but you never succeeded." "Is that bqT' the husband remarked: "I've kissed so many" "What's that? What did you say?" the wife asked. There was a pause. Intense but suppressed excitement was visible on the faces of the Other married men. "I say," said the husband, "I have kissed you so many times that I can't remember when 1 began." Then tbe other married men breathed more freely. eoin by Wisconsin. "Where can I find one" he said. "There Is a Wisconsin man In busi ness on the eleventh floor," said the starter. "He'll be likely to have one Up to the eleventh floor went the seeker for a map. He found ono there. "How does It happen," he said to the Wisconsin exile, "that all you men map from other states keep a life-sizof your native state hanging up in your offices for a year or two after mlKratlne to New York? Is it be cause you are homesick?" Partly," said the .Wisconsin man, "and partly for the accommodation of visitors from back. home. I guess you are right about-everlast one of us exiles clinging to a borne map for a while. I have been Into the offices of recent arrivals from half tho states in the Union, and every place I saw state map, I suppose those people got them for the same reason I did. Back in Milwaukee I never thought of owning a map of Wisconsin, but now that I am a thousand miles away it does me good to trace familiar railroad towns, routes and locate Then, ft lot of Wisconsin people here on a Visit drop In, and as they expect tP go back soon (t Is a material as well as a sentimental advantage to them to And a Wisconsin map handy." e well-know- n Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators Also New Western Cultivators Malta double,-shov-el IS MOST POPULAR Bible Holds This OF BOOKS Position Proud Partly on Account of Its Pure Literature. The Bible is the most popular book in the world on account of its pure literature. Say what we will concern ing the advancement of modern meth ods of style and beauties of expression, I doubt if anyone will approach some of the passages which can be iound in the Psalms, In the Prophets, or in the Book of Revelation. Considering the fact that these writ ings have come to us through transla tions, it is astonishing what beauties and power have been preserved. There is no book quoted oftener that the Bible. Passages have been woven entire, into our own literature. No writ er of any prominence has ever been able to escape borrowing from the Bible. The reading of it has affected the style of writers like Ruskln and Browning and MJIton. Gladstone re peatedly acknowledged his Indebted ness to the Bible for his phraseology. Charles Fox said more than once that he owed to the perusal of the Bible rne variety of ex uis vocaouiary. pression to bo found on the part- of the different writers is strangely com mingled with unity of expression due in large part to the fact that all of theso men are writing with at least one great purpose in view. For we have in the Bible a style which Is more or less uniform from beginning to end even the style of expression. The Christian Herald. - 5 and J 4 tooth Cultivators. Binders Mccormick Mowers TAYLOR & OLDHAM W. L. and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF Richmond, Ky STOGJKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. You Don't Have To Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from - Innovation Not Popular. A New York clergyman was requested by a member of his congregation to ask the women to remove their hnts in church. He said that he believed in the propriety of such a request, but wishing to avoid unpleas antness similar to that which followed a like demand on the part of Rev. Dr. Crass of St- - Paul, be would try to as certain tbe sentiment of tbe women The greatest Spotted Pony Stud alive. on the subject. After a few days he His colts that are coming this spring aro told the woman who had suggested a grand lot. Fee $12.00 for a living colt tbe no hat order that he bad made a superficial canvass and added: "You ROBT. WALKER remove your hat at service next Sun 43-RICHMOND. KY day and see how many women will follow the good example." In telling the story the woman said: "I was the TRADE MORAL If we were a! only one. Now I wear my hat to avoid. being conspicuous." CLEO 4t mind-reade- rs we would have no trouble In learning what D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate & Son Telephone 35 L. Main , 5treet v I will make it to your interest it you see me before buying 4 aoods are best About on in every 1,000 o us is addicted to mental tele athY. To reach the other 999 of us, Mr. Merchant mus advertise. Persistent adver tkfog in this paper will make these 999. buy. The telepath merchant's kt wM buy anyhow. IT Tl narrow ne imperial uouoie uisc T. . .1.1 . Financiering. A small boy was given a penny to spend. Now, although his stomach craved a iollypop, he also wished banana he had seen on a fruit stand Mr the corner. He preferred, jof the two, the fruit, "How much la them bananas?" ha asked. "Six lor ave cents, or a penny apluco." "Blx for five? Well," the youngster aald wistfully, "gimme six." The fruiterer counted out half dozen and handed them over. "A penny apiece?" Questioned the boy, taking them. The man nodded. So the boy count ed ouC five bananas and gave them back. "There's your five cents' worth,' be said. "I don't want 'em." Before the merchant quite saw the Not His Proper Play. value of the lad's act. the boy was "Paid the taxes on your house and on his way to tho candy store, lot yet?" banana in one hand and bis cent In "Yes, and there's a mistake of sev the other. Judge. eral dollars in the amount" "Why don't you make a kick about Her Idea of Art. It?" , "Kick! Huh! Tho mistake Is in An old gentleman who owned a fine my favor." estate not tar from tbe country seat "How do you know there's a mis of the duke of Devonshire (which open to the public when the duke . take?" "Because this is the first time in there) one day drove with a party of six years that the tax basnt been In friends to this famous residence, taking 'with him his housekeeper, Martha, creased." a good old soul, who had been with Take your wool to Gott and get the him a great many years. Arriving at Chatsworth they passed 43-top price. slowly through room after room of Dan Greek, fire, lightning, cyclone almost priceless pictures. But Martha tf spoke never a word, although it was and live stock, evident that she was not missing any thing. Each and every picture that her eye lit on underwent ft most rigid scrutiny, much to the amusement of MEATS FOR the rest of the party. tf Paid Good Prlco for His Cutlet The Brazilian nabob, Baron Fcreau, was as miserly in trines as he was ex travagant in other directions. It was one of his peculiarities never to tee servants, and the waiters of the vari ous hotels at which be sojourned were. for that reason, not partial to him One morning, while staying at the magnificent Maux hotel, in Rio do Janeiro, be came down to breakfast and ord.ored a cutlet. After o had eaten It he ordered a second. "Baron, said the head waiter, maliciously, "It's a custom with us never to serve the same course twice at a meal." .."Is that so?" said Fereau, and rising from his seat he left the room. In ten mln utes be came back Into the dining-roo"Walter," said he, MI have jus? bought this hotel and am master here now. As you will not be able to get accustomed to my plan of serving guests according to their wishes, you are dismissed at once." Thereupon he took up his napkin again and called to another waiter: "Now, bring me Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York SUNDAY vB DINNERS! and Mid: "Well, Martaa, what do you think of it all?" "Why." exploded Martha, rapturous. ly, "I caaEot see a speck q dut any At lat ber roastar turned to her tfMM3aaw aaaaaaaflaalaHBa. aft JSR vflrMaWaaTPfifcJamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaam Our long suit. A liberal amount o f Suet with each FINE at The forward seotions out the ground and throw it outward. The rear section work it nala nd throw H hwVr One to ,is oriclnal position. The ground is leveled And pulverized and left is perfei coad 1 ion for ed log. "oe -It ver the field with an Imperial Double Disc docs as much work as twice ovtr with a. Siagle Disc f. tr. are thoroughly. The time and expense of diieing is reduced horses. Ah, Imperial Doubl n ordinary Disc Harrow of six or seven foot cut is penerally used with thr v) ) .sc of the same width of cut requires only four. k aeeoaplfe: The saving of horse-powe- r the the two harrows, eee attach to asd Iwwdtate- I irtt, by the form of the machine. The donblu action of of two separate rcllowintr tho other, requires much less than the power tha aeM MAm, have, second, by the shape of tbe Wades. Tho scalloped blades, though better bearing service against the surface they move and consequently have taw abaft. less 1 one-hal- '4 ,ROA5T. That suits everv 'ood Cook. .uu royl, Amone OUr DOaStS, Uw M at aWeekly. aad you' Har' are our ounda-Roasts. They should There never was a time whea people Chaoibergraceyour tables. appreciated the real merits ofthan r y A Pawlb Drlvatlm. "Words are terribly funny things aree't tkeyt" said Mrs. Jones. "Take the ward gargle how on earth do you wimm they ever got that?" "Very staple, my dear," said Mr. the JeM. "Just leek at yourself la ana iwam vkaa von ararcLe "Memento Garden." A very popular woman has what she calls a "memento garden." All the flowers therein come from bulbs saved from plants sent her during her fre quent Illnesses. At first she used to give these pots of tulips or hyacinths away before the bloom was over eith er to ine turnace man or to some other employe coming In dally, but one day a friend who had a country place asked for the bulbs of a particularly beautiful box of coral pink tulips, the flowers having a spicy and unusual degree of perfume. This made her consider her own flower beds, and there after the various Iota of bulbs were dried and "bagged." Each bag was labeled and the place where the con icuia.were eventually planted was another cutletl" marked to correspond. Thus each spring brings a reminder of kind friends, and the air la Iraerant with Drawing a Fine Distinction. Floorwalker Thoy've reduced your their gifts. With proper care and favorable weather conditions the bulbs salary, have they? Elevator Boy Nope; they've cut will bloom for a lifetime, and thus they constitute a lasting memorial of my wages. tneir qonora. Avoid Parading Troubles. "Expectin' a man to find satisfacKnown by Their Actions. tion in hearin' about yoh troubles," Some people are like a fly on the said Uncle Eben, "gives him credit foh havln a purty pore disposition." body of an ox, In that they pass over all the sound, healthy parts, looking for a sore spot at which to stop and feed. Or like a hornet that rejects La all the sound fruit and seizes upon South Bound. the one rotting specimen. As the hon No. 31. Cinoinnatl to Atlanta. Arrives net reveals his nature by getting poison out of the same flower where and Departs 12:05 a. m. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De the bee gets honey, so do these con stitutional growlers prove themselves parts 0:45 a. m. bad reporters by their bad report. No. L Louisville to Beattyvilla Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to InoxvilIe. Ar . Out ef the Meutha of rives 11:40 a.m. Departs 12:12 a. m Western Child (returning from No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. surfeited with monuments and Arrives and Doparts 11:31 a. m. No. 27. Richmond to Louisvillo via many tombs) Mamma, what's that? Mother The statue of Liberty, Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. dear. No. 3. Louisville to Boattyvillo Westers Child Is that where LibArrives 0:45 p. m. Doparts 7:25 p.m No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan erty la burled? Puck. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs NoveLCoIorings Moderate Prices. Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed : A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME SPRING STYLES Man-Tailored & N. Time Table 31id-nigh- t. Ml Made-to-Measu- re Suits, Coats, Dresses Samples shewn and measures taken by " Mrs. J. A. MOORES 226 Second" Sr. Richmond Ky. Ba-be- Also beautiful line ef Suitincs, Serges and Mohairs by the yard. Phone 410, Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If yoii wish to see faces light up with 7:25 p. m. W mmI laia's CoHgn Remedy more TV Is shown by the increase in sal3 voluntary testimonials from persons wbe hv hea eured by it. If you or yew children are troubled with a cough er eold give k a trial and become ae- QiMUtd wkh its good qttalitie. For lm. tavk by all , ? hw. fHlvM T. O. ' ouglas, Simmons & Deatherage Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 dler. aad Kt will fmraitit you pat U Secorit thi apat few itAprie f Bamow Dosaw, W7.Eaat Mate b bwtMitiafs North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati." Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives' 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. ro. . No. 2. Beatlyvillo to Louisville Arrives 7:15 a. m. Doparts 7:20 No. 28. Louisvillo to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. No. 33. Xioxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:30 p. m, Departs 2:00 p, m, No. 70. Slanford to Richmond. Arrivo 3:00 p. m. Vn. 4. Beattvvllle to Louisville Arrives l:35p. ro. Departs 1:40 p.m S3. Jacksonville to Cinoinnatl. Ar-N.- rive ad Bnparls r.Hy. m. HVs M. 37. M. 17.34. 3,38; 31 Uk&y train5 No' 71, 1, 8, , 10, 3, 7 a-- Best Way To Kill Flies. The best way to keep your premises rid of flies during the summer now setting in, is.tobein now to kill each and juncieae tne every one as it appears, house with screens, leaving hut one small hole where a fly can eater. Get a swattor, stand by that hete daring the daylight hours with wepe drawn, aad as fast as an unsuspecting fly appears kill it. Aa soon as the weaiker gets warmer, and they begin to mm ia droves you may have to Make seven! hol3 round the hou for tklr Hirwace and that. ofeowM, will tvim Uw as sistance of Mverfcl other ptreoM. An olhei-- rood method of tot! ut(Mkw how , ilea as to ataatd ut near kill met fly that looks Ue tt Is go toward voar Blace Summuim Mm tuck lan. joy aad satisfaction Just drop in amonjc the customers at . Lackey & Todd Totepkmett . vir The Home of Low Pikes and 5quue Dealing Open. Bouse BmWJBg' trt. . 9 The Richmond Climax. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPMCATIOXS. as they caaaot reach tho Mat ot tbe disease. Catarrh la blood or constitutional disease, and la order to core It Too most take internal remediea. Rail's natsrrb Core la taken Internally, and acta directly upon the blood and macoc surfaces. Bali' Catarrh Core la not a qnack medicine. It was prescribed by one of tbe best phrsiclans In this country for years snd is a regular prescription It la composed of tbe best tonics known, combined with the best bloot) purifiers, actios dl- rcciiy on me mucous sunaces. TBe perfect .combination of the two Ingredients Is wbat pro- wuuurn'ji itbiuu ta curiae caxarrn. scuu xur testimonials, IJW F. J. CHENEX & CO., Props.. Toledo, O. Sold by Drug-gists-, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. MODESTY IS A MALE VIRTUE When the Ice Man is King! YouH ameled or THECUIAX RINTING (Incorporated.) CO With Wmmd K la n Mere TMw an ArtMcl PrwtMswXv Dvvie, y Writer. As4 la tkl ksm connection it i time that we revised our Ideas' Of feminine What a lot we have written aboit it and how much we have enthused over it! Some of us have even tried to find In it an in spiration, and women kve, listened to our praise and our eectaslca for all these years and never once have they1 divulged the secret that they bad sot the slightest Idea what we were talk ing about. They have known that we were crediting them with some virtue that they did not possess, but the' only way in "Which they could learn of that virtue-w- as by an observation of our selves. For modesty is a male, not a female, virtue, and If men do not get the credit due to them It Is only 1ecau8e they have lost the power to blurib what is called feminine modesty Is than an artificial protective device, something that Is assumed for a purpose, like a revolver. It has no basis In consciousness. But male modesty has a basis In consciousness and is unassumed. No power on earth could persuade a man to enter a drawing room stripped to the sixtieth de gree of latitude. He would Dte quito shy about it if only men were present. but women will do this in the pres ence of both sexes, and 'many of them would go lower still but for the con ventions. Now a woman who had to Walk down the street in decollete dress would probably blush. She would say that her modesty was offended', but actually it Is her sense of the appro priate that would be offended, for she has not the least objection to bath ing In public that Is to say, playing about on tbe sands In a costume far more exposive than tbe decollete gown. In short, a woman's sense of modesty is one-hal- f a protective pose f ana a sense of tne appropri ate. If you want a natural and-un spoiled modesty you have to go to men for It. The Argonaut. STOPS TUT ITM want en 1 a. u. aimer W. G. White KENTUCKY PHESS tries, ana aigr, Sec'y-Treas, sodtr. "Star" white estic" Kmbr si ASSOCIATION in EIGHTH DISTRICT and PUBLISHERS IEAGUE. Get Your Drinking Cups. The sanitary law passed at the recent session of tho Legislature, which for bids the use of the common drinking cups in stores, railroad passenger cars, railroad stations, schools, steamboats, boarding houses, restaurants and other public places', .will go into effect On Juno 15th. Tiie law also provides that pla cards printed in largo type, and contain lDg tho main provisions of tho law, must bo posted in a prominent position in tb places mentioned. It is expected and hoped th"at the strict enforcement of the provisions of this wiso measure will reduce in a marked degree tho number of dangerous contagions diseases, such as tuberculosis, catarrh, bronchial and many other forms of illness which- are often traceable to the use of a common utensil for drinking purposes. - If you are suffering from Eczema. psoriasis or any ouier junu ot siun trouble, drop into our store for in stant relief. We will guarantee you 10 stop mat iicn in vwb mcozosu A 25c trial bottle will nrove it "We have sold other remedies for ekln troubles, but none that we could recommend more hltrhly than the well known compound of Oil of Winter green. Thymol ana a few other ingredients that havo wrought such wonderful cures all over the country. This compound, known as D. D. D. Prescription, will cool and heal the Itchy, burning skin as nothing else can. Get a regular bottle and seo on ur y oner. no-pa- 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 zinc lined refrigerators. They T.J- J are the best ice sav ers and most reasonably priced, Ask to - PFICE $1.00 PER YEAR STOCKTON & SON FATAL TO MIGRATING BIRDS IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 - 191: KEEPS OUT OF WATER NOW Lighthouses Kill Many Thousands, Which the Keepers Dispose of in City Markets. see the "Star" before you buy. w. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky Xtie Fire lis Out After Consuming' Our Entire Plant and Stock We desire o thank our friends for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that we are filling; all orders that were on our books and preparing to accept new ones which shall be handled as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. Two Profits From the Same Land ai the Same Time Please See Us Before Placing Your Order Elsewhere We have opened an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse MIlQI-COKTi LUMBER 0 Incorporated Near L& A- - Depot Telephone 425 Farm land is made fertile by evenly spreading the proper quantity of stable manure. Therefore, the farmer who uses an I H C manure spreader collects a double profit He markets heavier crops and his land is made more valuable. To find out how this is done, see j'our local dealer and have him show you an your greater its THE more fertile valueland, and the larger the crop. Blood Was Wrong All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to telL of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this medicine. well-known I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cioverleaf The local dealer will show you why an I H C spreader does the best work why it makes the most of the manure it spreads. The service he can render you is worth dollars to you and it costs you nothing. Buy an I H C manure spreader from your local dealer and collect a double profit from your farm. International Hamster Company of Aierlca 'Incorporated) TAKE The VfcmansTonic Oiicato I H C Scrrice Bureau USA Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try CarduL Write to: tidies' Advisory Dept, Cbittanooca Medicine Co. ChitUnoon. Teao, tor Special Inttractions. nd pa book. " Home Treatment for Womes. ' sent lite. 1 S3 -- The purpose of this Bureau is to furnish, free of charge to all, the best 'Information obtainable on better farming. If have anjr worthy questions coffcernine soils, crops, land dralnate. Irritation, fertilizer, etc . make your inquiries specific and send them to I H C Service Bureau. Harvester uunuinc. v.uicaeo, u a A Make up your mind now that going to vote for R. 1$. Terrill election. Ilis record as a public has never been eclipsed by any ofticial. you are for re servant former tf. X-ra- y 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 x 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 Oatequal COLUMBUS, OtttO A writer furnishes some striking figures concerning the havoc wrought among migrating birds by big light houses. The lighthouse on tho Pointa do Penmarch, In Brittany, France, has A Wisconsin gander was so upset a revolving light of 30.000.000 candle by experiments upon and made power. Visiting this on November 10 through him by a mischievous boy last year, and again on the twelfth, that for a long time he would not go the observer saw tens of thousands of into the water. birds whirling round, and It" seemed The gander's determination to ab to mm mat tno ngtrt snot out a per stain from water as a means of bath' fect hall or electric sparks among the ing grew out of the following circum migrants. Next morning he was pres stances: ent while the dead bodies were being The boy thought ne would tlo a fish collected. They are dispatched every lng-lln- e to the gander's leg and with, day to Paris by train, and tLs "catch a hook properly baited turn the bird no was told, often comprised from out into the water. The bait was a 2,000 to 4,000 victims; ono morning frog. Remarkable How Zemo alone there had been more than 500 The gander went Into the mill pond. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Clears Ihe Face of PimwoodcoclCIn the "bag." where he swam around for half an On the two mornings he was pres " hour, turning and diving ples and all Other ent there were only a score of wood for food. Suddenly he felt a pull at Cert cock the first day, but on tho second Blemishes. fsTIBCPC Preparatory. State Oou'-- his leg and looked as surprised as tbe cate. Life Diploma, the ground was Uttered with, from 600 wnen no caugut a With the finger tips apply a little Zemo lone nsnerman Spec z. Certificate, Review, to 1,000 victims, chiefly blackbirds, whale. to the skin, then squeeze the pimples ducks, woodcock, thrushes and Kolden TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES gander concluded that there and blackheads vanish. The Zemo is a plovers. Another offender Is the light was something tbe matter, and he liquid, not a smcar.Icaves no trace, just house on Bello He, off the south Summer Term Opens June 17, 1912 looked to ascertain the cause. The coast of Brittany. On two dark pickerel on the hook gave several simply sinks in and does the work. You EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. nights last November, with an east Jerks, whereupon the gander decided will be astonished to find how quickly ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE wind blowing, this light caused the eczema, rash, dandruff, itch, liver. spots, that he wanted to go home. death of 3,200 birds, including cur 7 Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. He at once started for the shore, salt rheum and all other skin diseases lews, thrushes, snipe, starlings, over but the pickerel on the hcok wanted are cured. J.uu woodcock and to go the other way. The gander Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose FOX ALWAYS WAS CUNNING quails. Thirdly, some sparrows and the Pilier lichthouse seemed frightened at first. Then he Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is rer kills every season some 700 woodcock. evinced signs of anger and tried to ularly sold by all druggiits at $1 for the An old sportsman of Normandr de Fable From the Talmud Tells How fly to shore, but the pickerel pulled largo bottles, but you can get a liboral clares that round the lighthouse of He Put the Bear In the him back. Barfleur last November there were Well. After half an hour of the hardest size trial boltlo for only 25 cents. And picked up In the course of four nights You work he had ever done, the gander this trial bottle is guaranteed. A fox and a bear were out walking iu.uuo nirds or all sorts, including surely will find Zemo a wonder. Get a came ashore dragging a together one day, when, as they passed 1,800 woodcock. The destruction of bottlo now from Perry's Drug Store. pickerel up the bank. a house, they smelled the dinner cook bird life by the hundreds of lightThe boy took off the pickerel ana ing. The fox suggested to his compan houses elsewhere can only be baited the hook with another frog. He .Roosevelt at the Gates ol ion that they should creep Into the tried to Induce the gander to go In Heaven. kitchen when no one was there and tor another swim, but no amount ot steal some of the food. The bear persuasion could get the bird to do so. St. Peter was aroused by a knocking SURGERY IN ANCIENT TIMES He simply could not be driven in. For on tho gate of heaven and upon inquir agreed; but while they were in the kitchen the cook camo in and the many weeks the gander would not go Into the water. He would proceed ing who was without received the reply, bear was caught and punished. For Trepanning Is One of the Oldest of this he threatened to kill the fox; but Operations, Dating Back to with tbe rest ot his Sock to the wa "Georgo Washington." Stone Age. "What have you done to merit tho cunning fox said: ter's edge, but there he would stop. "Pray do not let us quarrel. I will He would seem to be arguing with heaven?" asked the saint. There is no doubt thatome roueh them with reference to the danger "I helped to establish a great nation," take you to another place where we form of surgery must have existed they were courtln.g. was the modest rejoinder, whereupon shall certainly obtain plenty of food.' At .night the fox led the bear to a from very ancient times, but It is the father of his country was invited to deep well and pointing to the reflec- strange to find that so complex and tion of the moon in the water below. delicate an operation as trepanning Is BIG RUBY UNDER HIS SKIN enter. A few decades after a tall cadaverous said: one of the oldest. So far as actual records go. Hippoc Burmese-Eurasia- n "There is a fine cheese. We will go Was Used as Hid individual presented himself at tho pear rates gives us the earliest account gates and requested admission. down and get It," ing Place for Jewel by His "Who aro you!" asked St. Poter. He then got Into one of the buckets He wrote treaties on fractures, dislo Father. "I am Abraham Lincoln," was the at the end of the rope and told the cations and wounds of tho head, in Surgeon Watson tells Tip about reply. Of courso the great emancipator bear to get into the other. But as he which he described the method of some strange smuggling, a story oi was assigned one of the high scats in was too light to balance the bear's procedure to be followed in the case i kMrf.ki una in t)u 8tandani Adr. Co. weight a large stone was placed with of a fractured skull. His direction Burmah rubles and diamonds that heaven. was to cut away a piece of bone so him In the pall. passed through this port undetected, After the passages of a few more de As soon as the bear had entered the that the pressure on the brain might if not unsuspected. The surgeon was with called to a big hotel to see "a gen- cades there came a terrific hammering other bucket the fox threw out the be relieved. upon the golden gate, and 'St. Peter in stone and the bucket with the bear There are also records about this tleman with a painful arm. The pais We tient was a yellow, slender, tawny much trepidation hastened to ascorlain inside descended and was left in the time and later of a file being used for this purpose, which at a time when all blond, the left arm a little swollen and the cause of the racket. Looking timid well. From the Talmud. his. very painful. A hard lump was found ly out ho saw a pompous individual in a anaesthetics were undreamed of must have been, to say the least, painful. under the skin just above the elbow. Rough Rider's uniform aid Lrindishiag BANK it Add Origin of Beet Sugar. According to Dr. T. Rice Holmes. and this was pressed on the "funny" a big stick. When the fleets of Great Britain tho operation of removing pieces of nerve that runs behind the elbow. 'Who' . .,xed St. Peter trem blockaded all the ports of Continental bone was performed long before his The lump felt so queer and unusual Europe, during the Napoleonic wars, toric times. The effects on the skull that the surgeon took an y shot ulously INoneofyour business who I am," Europe was cut off from its supply of are. easily seen after death and are BANK TRU5T at It and found it to be a big ruby, came the .tart reply; "just toll God I'm sugar. It became necessary to find a visible so long as the bones are about five carats. RICHMOND, KY substitute. Before the discovery of This is tho novel story of a man hero." America sugar was unknown and From inspection of with the ruby in his arm: He was honey was tho universal sweetening. the later stone age In certain skulls of Burmese-Eurasia- n (his father half ancient Britain, But the supply of honey was not equal Dr. Holmes has come to the conclusion I Will white). In his childhood his father 5tand the to the demand now. In some coun- that some of these had undergone had been the chief of a band of the Percheron Stallion tries, as In Bohemia, they made sugar operation, which must have been perhighwaymen, and had from the maple; in other countries formed with a atone implement. Lonskillfully and painlessly inserted a they crystalized dextrose from the don Standard. number of stones Into the layer of juice of the grape, but theso sources fat under the skin of his fat boy, to wero Inadequate. The final outcome make him a walking cache of secret Early Manuscripts. of the matter was the birth of the youth he went to a treasure. As a Tho type of letter in early manu beet sugar industry. It was 100 years mission school, later was graduated ago. In 1810, that the first loaf of beet script was the same as that of those from fi. "tech" gchool, and was now sugar was made and presented to used on the earlier metal plates and Ti a a highly successful business man. The Napoleon; and the centenary ot this wax tablets. All letters were cap man with the arm set with rubies event has just been celebrated In itals. Minuscule, or small lettering, would allow no more examinations or as opposed to the majuscule, was in France. pictures. There was not a vented In the seventh century. BeJust received and are oa sale at trace --of scar near the ruby, so skillfore its Invention there was no spac fully had tbe Insert settling been Her Comprehensive Reply. ing between the words. There was 2 1-- 2 Rollmade. When asked what he intended "I ask only," in well modulated no punctuation, unless possibly Eome to do about his htidden treasures, he tonis said the earnest, fiddle faced mark between sentences. When cursaid that was for his father to say young man, "that you give me what sive writing came Into general use if alive. New York Press. you can of your lovo and that you abbut tbe beginning of the ap la price. Remember we sell you tenth cennever strive for my sake to deny any tury the art was practiced by only a For tho season of 1012. at mv mother's yearning or strangle any Impulse that few highly trained scribes. This conMan and His Ways. Same pants within you. Give me what you tinued all through tho middle ages. One day a politician was place near Richmond, on Big Hill pike Ihey mates. can while you can give It without The scribes were artists, and they enjoying a chat with a friend at a ho at grudging or regretting, butNthe mohigh degree of art tel, when a strange young man cams $15 to Insure a Living Colt ment you feel that It is a task to love carried theirManytoofathe manuscripts perfection. up and Bald: ' We will hang your paper at 10c per roll (8 yards), borders and ceilme renounce mo though the of that period are very beautiful speci. 'Can I see you for a moment. Mr. PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Per verdict pierce me forever, very ings same price, and do your painting at the lowest price. Only to the heart," mens of handiwork and as perfect as Dash!" s cheron colt, bred by W. R. Grimsley of workmen employed How cute!" returned the fluffy print. Sweetwater, III., color zray.foalod April "Certainly," said Mr. Dash, rising. young thing. "But ee bee! hee! Sired by Ganlor's Peroheron The young man led him across tho 0, 1900. fli aH aV 'Wall Paper, Paints r ju 1 room and seemed to have something Stallion, Imported by Dunham, Fletcher yes, Wl'loughby!" Puck. Oils and Glass, & Coleman, of Wayne, 111. .Gaulor's Economy In Epitaphs. important to sayjto him. Arrived In In a certain town of Nebraska lives Pictures, Frames comer, tho stranger whispered In sired by Etretat, ho by Volcan, byhe by 'About a Wman. Briluieneviile, ho by Volatiro, he a man who nas been so unfortunate the politician's ear; , and Mirrors liant. Dam Miur.blackioarobv Roscoe. Mr. Gudeman Little boys shouldn't as to lose three wives, who were burT am of tho staff of an evening ho by J as. Brown's Brilliant, a prize fight. Won't you let me help you out? led side by side. For a long time the paper, and I should like you to tell winner at tho (Jhicago-World'- s Fair, he Muggsy Sure! me what you think of the situation in by Brilliant, one of the most noted Per-- be fer blood, ycu As dis Is going to economical Nebraskan deliberated as might stand over to whether he should erect a separate cherons of cither France or America,for dere and the east" catch de lady la case she headstone for each, commemorating which Mr. Dunham was otTerod a very Mr. Dash looked a llttlo puzzled at long price to lot him go back to France. swoons! Puck. her virtues, but the expense deterred first, then he said: So it will be seen that Brilliant D. is him. Finally a happy solution of the "Follow me."' very deeply bred in the Brilliant blood, difficulty presented Itself. Leading the way, he walked through and is fully entitled to thenamo of Observant Younjtter. He had the Christian name of each Teacher Bobby, what Is paraffin the reading-room- , through a passage engraved on a small stone "Mary," into the dining-room- , and drawing his I wish to impress upon parties having used for? Bobby For rubbln on meersa'm "Elisabeth," "Matilda" a hand cut on visitor into tho corner behind tho hat marcs to breed, that Biulliant D. each stone pointing to a large stone In weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the time pipes, ma'am, to make 'em color. rack, he whispered: the center of the lot, and under each hand "I really don't know anything about is atmoney.when it takes weight to bring Readers of tho Breeders tho When baby suffers with eczema or hand the words: Gazette will notice that within tlto last come itching "For epitaph seo large stone." skin trouble, use Bonn's few days largo numbers of Perchoron mares have been sold for nrices .trniiml Ointment. A little of it troes a Ions MasMchucttU Game Farm. and exceeding $500. Caro taken to pre- way and it is safe for children. ' 60c. a A game farm of between 6,000 and vent accidents, but not responsible box at all stores. Sparrow Stole a Plume. lm 6,000- - acres la Carver and Plymouth should any occur. Lion retained on While standing on the corner of Fifhas been acquired by the American colt until service fee is paid, or bred to S B teenth street and New York avenue Barred Rock Eggs For Game Protective and Propagation as- another horse. yesterday afternoon a well dressed sociation on a ten years lease, with Hatching. young wonan had a small plume torn .option or purchase, and elaborate ex TIIE PROMISINO YOUNG JACK We have the stock and they aro good, f roes her hat by the strong wind. The periments are proposed for conservstrong, healthy chickens. ' Our pullets plume, which was light green, landed ing the wild life of tho New Englayed during all the cold weather of the in the gutter ten feet away. land forests and waters. men offered their services They are exceptionally to.Several the plume, when sparrow, past winter. stipulated that after the exIt is recover a piration of the lease the farm shall good layers and began to lay at seeing the fluty feather, and realizing continue for twenty years to be a five months old. We have a few hens its comfort if gotten safely to his nest, sanctuary for game, whether or not for $1 each. Eggs SO for lfi;S1.50 tot 90; switched It In his mouth and flew to the tract la bought They do these ' the top of the Riggs Bank building. $2.50 per hundred. ' Telepbeee things rather better In the old coun1 Washington. Post. A.D.&C D. Miller, try, and It Is proposed to Import a f Scotch gamekeeper to start a line ot expert natives in the calling. Spriaff Take your wool to S3. Deatherage'and ft14 Republican. get the highest prices. tf Will also make the season at the sane Office for Rent time and place, at Gander With Fishing Line Tied to His Leg Has Lively Time With Pickerel. no-mo- taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for County Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictlynot a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want' a lawyer that has had the proper training and experience 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. GREENLEAF. Makes Pimples Go "flip-Haps- State Normal f one-nai- TIME R0BBI Nu d a bank account. 1TBROTECT yourself Every man entitled to a competency. earn one. The wise man saves 5tart your to at each ACCOUNT now. opportunity and you arrest time. 5TATE & X-ra- CO. s, cut-thro- B -- TEN THOUSAND ROLLS H7 K -- y ri nrnc Ai rArcKa wall c Single -8 Yards BRILLIANT D. 4c, 5c, 6c Borders Price as Papers well-know- n Paper Hanging and Painting I II first-clas- ' if i 22-L- 41-t- Long; Tom z FOSTER'S OPAL An All Cast Range With a Record : a By actual test we have demonstrated first: That with only eight pounds of fuel '. FOSTER'S OPAL will cook a iseal, bake 'two pans of biscuits!', one after the other and neat twelve quarts of dish water in the reservior and all in forty minutes from the time of lighting tbe match. Second: Three bushels of soft coal will do all tbe cooking aad baking for a large family" for a full week. Yours rery truly, Office equipped with water and heat Pos $10 to Insure a Lrvinc Colt jaek. Money due when colt is foaled, Mare parted with or bred to another horse or of biz bone, goed hessl and ear, and must be seen to be apfwe-eicUeSis colts which have been f wal ed, are of exceptional size ad quality. Loso To will be to the mule wM what Peter the Great and Rex Peavkse are to the trotting and sd4te hiw world. He is by Wm. Todd's Mg Jmkr His first dm fey he by Xarmaduke. Big Andy, he by Tern Keeee, be by Rstee Billington; M dam by Leer' Napoleon. Kares kept on xraas at 10 cents nor day. Not responsible for aeeidswie, but an eare laaea.to prevent saate. Will alio sUod my Silver Creek Red Bear Ho at l.0 WM B. TURLEY. 41-3Telephone 100. RlchmondKy. TTiU i d. Notice To Creditors. In our building on Second street. session given at oncer 21-t- f DOCOULS & SlMWOXS. SOLD BY jack W. W. Broaddus & Co. Phone 110 CovingtotiThorpe Grocery Co. Richmond, Ky ...... 3 Phone 73 and Your taxes for Urn year 1911 are now 1b my hand far- - collection. Come m early and ave the rush, m well as saving the 5enkyfey prompt pymeai. 8--tf D. A. McCowd. Sheriff. Coaetipfttiea osumm headaehe, indigestion, diinM. For a mild, epeaiof Medicine, use Doea's Regulets. 25c. a , box at all stores. lm Now is tbe tiwe e hvf your sereea work doM.-- BssTt Wt wtill ttve files get to. W 4e all kindc eC ftyrscnw work. Babuw A Desuaa, 807 Em. Mala stmt. Taxes Due. All parties having elaiM against the tote, of G. B, Tury, deceased, are hereeV svotiBed. to roeeeat sans, toto-yerly preveti, o or before Jitoe 1, 191S, satae will fee barred.- All persons In debted te said estate are requested to eall asd settle at oeoe. Q. B. and W. B. Trawi, 4S-Administrators. - dowa the thrust of a "trapey" cblckea dstrors tv.e worm? fead saves the cbicVs life. wttr hm drops fa U dria'-tlnsr CURES ami PREVENTS GAPE? whit distrraica, toitp, ciiolcr. snd otbsr chicle diseases. 1-- 44 ei. m It weukl svipriee yo-- to kne; of the great geed that is being done by Obeeaberlala'sTableU. Darius Downer. ef Ms'wbwg Jtwetie, W B., writes, mj warn mm seen ttesnesrisln s TeAdeiseod finds tbess very effectual and doing her lots geed'' H yen ave stay uxhigm wm year MosttMk or bowel give theaa a ufek, Sold fey til dealers. lm Bouxbon Potd try Cure lUkea 13 Galloas of Ma in i Masai on One 50c Bottle of SsiHty raiser eag Kvtry hcmM kres, a bettl at Pic hand. Wtsta (or mm a an M FttwU." t cat ptsi j Sold by Perry's Drug Store Vs. W. D. Mckfy & Company a Wlren You Add something each year that will make your home morceomfor table. 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 aacti.ve with new things, &t you follow this plan of adding something " new every spring. - ,:: It A Splendid Stock of New Up-toDa- te -- Splendid Values Like These Placed Usthe Far in the Lead Mentioned in This Advertisement Have Men's $10.00 Suits $12.50 Values like these would sell for $14 to $15 in the average store i Furniture, Mattings anct Rugs Ready for your selection now. Clothing Business Men's $18.00 Men's $15.00 In $16.50 Suits Suits $20.00 Values like these would sell for j$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 &ould sell for $18 to $20 in the average store BENNETT and H PP It is not necessary for the man who dresses" well to have his suits made to order and pay the exorbitant prices of custom tailoring Phone 484. tf UNDER AKING " D.R. FREEMAN JCall Fire i Greek, . M. M. Hamilton Ruys calves, cows and fat cattle. 39-him up. Bond fire, liKhtninp. cvolone For 5a!e. Upright piano, good as ticw. this oillce. . Found-Bun- ch Apply 4S-t- f of Keys, at- :"7 -- tfl Bunch of keys with leather string l stock insurance. Cera Itomedy does tho tached. Apply at The Glimax office. Russell's VT.nes' It k Drugstore. 8G-t-f i : rem $1.25 per Wl. toy the load, Floyd Allen Given Death Ployd Allen, first of .the Hillsville.Va.. II. L. Absold & Co. assassins, tried for the Carroll me to Owen MoKoe, IUolltnond eounly court house murders, has been 0.r dry goods aa notioas. Others adjudged guilty and will pay the penalty of his crime in the electric chair at l Jliahmond, Va. zzd why not 7."ooi" Deatbanage desires to pur- Attention! Poultry Raisers. jour wool a will pay the higli-- " Mr. W.T. Vaughn, grocer, corner Coltf y.i prioes lor same. lins and Main streets, has installed a building material, see mill for grinding fresh bones. This : .1 need of a most excellent food for all Vt UroaddiK & Ob. They will save makes kinds of fowls. 5 cents a pound. 3all 4S-;- f i E'- nev on all orders. or order to Sentence. v. 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 builpl 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: 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 put on for "jewing" we have but one price, and the smallest boy can trade here in perfect safety Panama Hats wear. Price $5.00 A fine assortment to choose from, every one carefully selected for quality the 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. n Don't try to hunt for the'other one come straight here H tor Darker s 2 for 25c "A perfect fit or no sale" agent for Hurstj " c Insurance Oo. Write moor phon 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. s ;j r TL .S. . w..w.., -- A. SlielWHi, . o date stoo'owners use Cal-Snary Keesedies. All medicine- rr. For sale by Stockton & Sort rists.Riohaeeaa.Ky., Ag.nts 43 0 - - - he continued, "a man could stand a fall like that if he could fall cSj something as strong and as springy as reliableS as an American Fence. would see I o LB Tn nnrnrdonrn with thi nrilnr nf thfi Democratic State Executive Committ e the Democrais of Madison county will uieei in ma&s cuavuiuiuu at uiu wjurt ITuse in Richmond. Ivy., on Saturday. May tho 25th, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. in., lor tne purpose oi selecting aeiegaies to nitnrvl ihn Stntn Onnvnntinn to be held Have your furniture put In seed order at Louisville, Ky., on May 20th, 1012, and to take such other action as may before spring cleaning. properly come o"iore iu Harujw & DftsiBR, j. a. buxliyax, unairmaa. 307 Bast Mate street j if S. II. TnouPK, Secretary. "'. W BroaMHc&Cb. will furnish Sailors A sailor straw or a uahama. 1 ard brick atS mr thousand. See for men. $1 50 to $3.00. Panama for Rice & Arnold. before ptaatngwier for anything men, $5.00 to $0.00. -- -z J5-lf -1 iS-lf! Clerk. He ociato m ondorsemetit of his tf n.miatmUon. - a go traveHag, be saw to get W crs checks from tfce Madison "W.r.nal Bank. Good Ue werW ovor. ". indentihcAtio repaired. c Tor It. B. Terrill for - office of Counts' Court To The Democrats of Madison County. COVINGTON & BANKS BASE BALL Paris er evidence in mis cut during uie oast ten days. On Saturday night, the 11th inst . Ihn mpmhors hnlri an nnen session in their Casilo Hall on East Main street an'l celebrated the sixth anniversary. May Maysville mombors ana a num- About seventy-liv- e Two Games on 20th Morning and Afternoon fA. nr thmi. Ipinnflc IVAM in SlTOnniltirA A delightful spread prepared by George &arros,oi mo i'ans uesiaurant,was serv- nrl Ihn minctc onrt wn c frrpatlv Aninvp.d hv all. Mr.Frank Leslie Russell presided as Strawberry Supper. toastmaster, and speeches were made DIAMOND DUST. hv Mnssrs. O. P. .lackson. Dan Chenault. Society of the The What-so-Evct H. u. xerrin. x. u. vaugnn, j. a. jessup First Christian church, will give an ice sline. Mrs. Blanton Taken Back To cream and strawberry supper in the While the Pioneers havo been on the and Arthur Wheeler. : ilifs and ofeitdrea are correctly Court House yard on Friday evening, lncinrr cirln ctnnn thn nnnnincr nf t.hn TllllP. Louisville. Ahnnl 11 'Mlr "W'oflnpsflnv mnrninr I Mav 24. from 6 to 10 p. m. Proceeds to nmce T.nnfrnn thft fnns nf RinhmOnil . 1. . . l. sscd.if they wear white shoes or slip Mrs. L. R. Blanton, wbo returned go towards building fund of church. All K nnmnnr nl rw nlffnis assnmuieu III lhave stood loyally by and londeu every il Inrrm We have from Louisville some two weeks ago. with while ololhiec. of the Opera Houso and started on lanpnlinHTamant. In hnnst "nlir hnvs". front strp.ets health muoh V.varv nifwf fe hoinff mmln In Klrno!hnn n mflrih Ihrnncrht Iho nrinrinal i iy styles ia high skoes aBd slippers. cAvnralimprovedntin Nnrlnn after spendin1 Infirmnxv woai Ihn hlir mlnstrol KlOB & AlUiOLD. the team and now faces will bo seen nf thn nitu in hnhnlf nfupera uouse mat. me that city, suffered a reiapso last Weil iamong the local players during the show to bo held at horseback, Now is the time to get rid of your cesday ana is now in a critical conu text week-- . Manager t isner nas some night. A largo number on followed bv ftltrnp.tivn hannprs. tion. Physicians pronounced the troub iTcnllnnt material in view and the fu na pruinff You caa do It by apply- dnn tn Ihn nresence of call stones in tl rumausm cast of ture prospects for the Pioneers is ex the K. of P. Band and the entire mo principal S Chamberlain's Linemeat and mas biliary passages, ana saia tue oniy no :oedingiy bright, uicnmona team win the play, paraded througli Russell and in mteot a anonei : int rftmiiln timr thn, hnttnn of tho ner- - streets. Mr. Frank Leslie iinff the parts freely at each appllca- linn On cure was loneriormMrs. Itla Mnndnv morninrr T. fihnrnn hmllfht lln thfi' rear lm .Anlnira nnlilTnn fnr mnnv Hnvs hilt- with Tlrrtf .n. For sale by aM dealers. UVIiWV UVIUUIU " J J ' mn bv her son. Lindsa Uie addition of now players will forge to driving "Cleo, " Bob Walker's spottednnn hnncTin nn snnw. air. nuaWhen in need ol lllaoksmltliing iu and her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Shacke tub too ci mo list, xne tans ot mcu- - nnntrmade several a left ov fnrd. addresses sell Our r.v of its branch os, Farming Iraple the L.and N. few close friends, where sho TTavn vnn sunn Ihnm? stylesreadv-to- -00. rnnnrl shniilH rnnlinuft tn nttend all trio rnfiil nf mnrnli shortWAS TOUndlValong!I '&. ftD- "nnrl for Louisville, 416 -ffsmnc nt. lnnil nvnrv nnnnnrnfftmcnt to Carriages, Wagons, nrlll tin1nri.n n siirfir.nl ODe ration. Il is wear suits all colon and .ents Buggies, all MICE OS AlUiUlUJ. the team possible, as tho confidence of plaudcd. The parade did credit to II abber tiros &c get prices from R. E. sinceroly hoped by tho largo number of our people win go a long way toward as- - wno looK pan. tf menus ana acquaintances oi mis spicu-di- d M illAr TTninn fiitv. "Kv. ief iniv anil nnfnilrnirinfT thn. 'PinnporS in The minstrel show. "The Georgia Sheep Shearing. woman that the operation will prove " O" Ctinnn clionrlniv Vine tSnpn In nrnfress their fight for a position at the top of Wkiuu JtwnuaMy x n sure sifrn of im TW.v .nmtltn successful in every particular, and that The cast was composed of local talent A Tow doses of sho will bo speedily restored lo health in Madison countv during the past ten mo column. paired digestion. every ono acquitted uimseii or nur- Stomach and Iiiver and loved ones. days and farmers are realizing from Prnrt TrniBH. whn was released bv tho and p I il p v wnrn preDieu wilii (ft ttvAnt.tr.cnvMi r.nnts fnr thnlr Chicago "Cubs" to Louisville "Col- e. r nriminh diCOStion T.u oi, will Ktrnnfthnn vourTllOUSaDllS not quality onels." was married Friday nieht to vociferous applause and wo have any reeulated ...wi imnmvA VAlir nODAtitG. Preparations For Our Coming fleeces, nrices beinirlocal buyers by iu the heard the least criticism from are of wool. Several Miss Alico Walker, of Nashville, 'lenn patron. Nothing but praise for tho per have been benofited by taking these ... 1m Chautauqua. market and the cron is pronounced Maybe he'll pitch bettor ball now. formers has come irom mo puoiio. iuej Ar.tlvn work on the chautaunua to be above the average. black-face- d comodians did credit to the hnlil linre has alreadv bezun. Two thou For Rent were new Bowmar's Mammoth Cave profession. Tho jokes WA1 suuumu and Popular P. M. sand blotters, each bearing tho picture nuu enlnnriirl "nn ampin? T.-ninn frouni floor rooms with of the Kryl Band and tho announcement. Tour. "Coley" Wallace, Richmond's Mr. beautiful. Tho musio iumisneu Dy tne'jai.li. UDDosito Oily School bulldinj of the abautauqua nave arrived tor dis popular postmaster, was In Danville uancParsonallv conducted throe davs trio thn nrr.hpstra was insnlrlntr. i.ne tribution. Mrs. Walter Stewart tr -- -Wednesday to attend tne uepuoncan to aiammom uavo, leaving uicnmonu. tnn 41ii.illnfl gnrl oh nrmpri. The cake- , Ton thousand seals of stickers for pow wow. Mr. Wallace nas served as Wednesday, June 12. 812.75 pays an lut walks, crap games, dancing stunis anu Port V limit nrl IVpilnRnW- - maneuvers in tne cotion picKing auu envelopes are being printed fn red and postmaster in his town for several terms, nrnnnene Board and Lodging white for use bv all business men and and ins universal satisfaction nas, we VAR'R TOURS. Vorsallifis lTv.. for full niontnitin cpnnpQ nlir.tpil tfroat mirth. city, who are willing lo may "t five or sir. Also two largo rooms others in thisllieir corrcsponaence, iijub in thosay.caused him to become a fixture information about this and other sum There was not a dull moment during t mer tours. position. Danville Messenger. w ih two small ones adjoining, porch use them on tho entire performance, xno snow wn n.r.;r.r tiio nmrc if this Tintjiblfi event alright and the performers deserved the with the nrt rollnr nccommodations to many parts of tho United Slates as Bronze Statue to be Unveiled. nntnnaincttr nnmausn innv rcctuveu. ii Erecting Residence. Mns. Clara Teatlok, jove oi well as throughout the county. - tTontnnL-v'was a success In every particular. rihntn tn William Qoebol. 019 K. Second St. Mr. J. Wm. Wagers has awarded to reirret soaco forbids in giving a more de bearing the urhn ivm mnnlnrfd at Frankfort twelve xtr Red and white buttons xster. years ago, will bo a statue lo be unveiled Mr. Jell stone contract lor me erection tailed account. words. "I am a Chautauqua msiftpnpn nn his farm 1 DO L.ai)l- - rT n honHcnma will soon arrive and will be worn upon tnrinr f Irtnhnr nt tills VBO.T. tho coat lands of hundreds of citizens tol Commission decided Friday to place four miles from Riohmond. on Lancas E. Deatherago is roceiving wool at the pike. worK was Degun juonaay ana Flags and banners of a unique design the statue aL ino nortnern apurujiuu iu ter is oiDocted to have tho buildintr. Madison Tobacco Warehouse. "Take it p.nlinl Qpnlnlnr TJinhnns nf New are being mauo lor use an over iuo your fleoco to him and get tho highest will cost $4,000, completed county. There will bo noone iu all this York staled Friday that the statue was which for occupancy by early fall. and ready markot price. coMinn but ivlin will know of the chau ready except the cast , nave an uii-- v. tauqua which is to do ncia nere June Think f wnnl a hitr nrice. too then Lumber At Auction. For 5ale. 43-t- f think of Gott. broken ten year MM to July 3. On Saturday, May 25, at 3:30 o'clock RavAn.rnnm rlwnllinfr 5n fi.Yfnlllnt Tft- ofleader-- I Chrisrecord j p m. on the promises of the First Last Call. lots to nali rrnA nrstor Inrrra trnrl nn. f rilits. An VI ship on quality WHITE HALL ITEMS. Tim last call to be made on the State tian church, there will be sold in of old ply to Miss K.V.Sohmidt, Second St. 1 suit thn nnrchaser. a Quantity banks by Secretary of Stole C. F. II lumber tloorinc. joists, rafters, doors and service. to show their conditions was and windows, etc. xno meiai root anu PrinniK nf Vr. and Mrs. Robert Min Prof. McDoule to Address VV. Soldfcr a!lc!calcn banks were ordered when tunnUoil pnillni.O will" also bo offered . .... ter are rejoicing with them over the ar- Saturday, to film thooi me ciose oi dusi-noas to report Oraduates. before the bo examined rival of a handsome son. Mav 1R- Tho new law coes Into focsale. It can Prnf V. n AIf!l)ouiln. nf tho Eastern Mr. Cryus Minter, who was kicked by piTBPt Juno 13. and after that time Mr. sale begins. Kentucky State Normal School, has e horso several uays ago, nas noi uecu Thomas J. Smltli, oi mis city, now sec Thetf aro not worn to bo seen, invisi to deliver the annual so well tor tnc past, lew aays. retary to Governor iicvreary, win oe at ble suspenders 50 cents. Rico & Arn- boon invited craduates of Franklin mlriVn to tho A mitntiornr Ihn Fratp.mal Urotlier- - tho head of tho State Banking Depart County High school, at Elkhorn, hood lodge members of JVhite Hall ment, and will conduct the investiga old. nn-Krwiav oveninir. toi. aiclodge, are planning to visu uicumouu tion of the banking condition in mis nninria hni accented tho invitation and 169 Applicants. Friday evening. Lodcre State. mill tnnvn hprn Frldav mnrnlncr for rflioicini? over tho dry One hundred and sixty nine applicants Frankfort, from which point ho will Dogs Poisoned. wp.ithnr of the nast few days. A few tooK advantage oi me regular Ainy looii"-er- s drive to Klkhorn in time lor me aauress more days or sucti weainer win . caaow f valuable does have died examination last Friday nnd on that evening. the farmers to cet their corn planted. . during the past week as a result of in this citv. Of this number wcro from Madison county Madison Instiutute Closes An Todd nnd family havo ro- - poisoning-- . The poison is evidently plac forty-fiv- e Mr. Eugene were stuaents oi home Jrom Xucson, Arizona, ed on tne streets wun a view oi uusirojf-ini- f and the remaining other Successful Year. tin wnrl hint animals that are usual the Eastern Kentucky State Normal Mr. Todd having gone there to regain rvun nnnnil ." . nin m pnO.onl ont fixercises Is very much Improved. ly about the city, but in nine cases ,ot JkjLl'JU I. Idnra who cnPPPSuf llll V TiaRS hiB hnalth and . ilium ' ' oa issued cemu- - hold Ust week closed another successful Mrs. Mahaba Perkins, who suffered a of ten, the common curs escape and the this examination win deadxnese exyear for Madison institute cates to teach in public scnooi stroke of paralysis some time since, nau more valuable animals secure the ercises began with-- the sonlor play whioh It to be a sale recently and accompanied her ly dose.someismeans regretted that there vpn at mnuoera uouse anu w of identifying the tn his home ID are not Tnrno ParL-i&ULI. Annual Meeting Oi Railway iuo it man Gloves That rendered in a style worthy of stage Oklahoma, whore sho will reside. Kews guilty culprits, as narinSfl nf who would DoIaOll tO & surgeons. nlln veterans. The annual sermon to me x fripnds states t iat sue sioou uie aewibkij orlmlnWf or . ' ...'.'- Give Satisfaction by Rev. McNeil, of to lowest trip exceedingly well, especially con dog, would stoop to the whether level be muitinjr nf the Railway class was delivered annual MTinniiMiop h5. 'siihiect beinir "A Call they accomplish his desires, No glove is "good enough for sidering her advanced age of 77 years Lexwas held in This service, was made the taking of a dog's life or that of a 3urgoas of Kentucky Friday of last to tho Heights every day" that is not of a good ington Thursday and doubly on lovable by 4ho special musical human. enough quality to stand the test program, utner exercises oi mo wee wear. of every-da- y Ahiinff wa ADA nf thn mocL inter Seven-bushbarrel bst Kanawha inn ndaii fofnntinns- - muaiL'ai ruuimi wwj---tUUUUu estlncln the history of ha organization, otnmrianinnrihAnn'And rotfular srradua OI Salt for 1.C0. Telphon 110. Centemeri Cape n it VQiht of thiseltv. 'editor-in- n. w. . " Railway Surteen, a bi- - tioa exercises, xue auurcss iu tug wm is W. W. Broaddcs & Co. nhUf W the cl: 41.tr was delivered by Rov. E. B. Barnes, his and Mocha Gloves ..liilr iha- nfflrlal nnui of that bodv. suujm v&ln. "Tlinltnantvof Holln-ess.- i i " wwim'Jt women paper on ...i.i.i uww?. BIRTHS. appeal to was im sAUodance ad U. Smiin, wno was prraiuBui TTnmlil- - AttalnsT the . J.J1U JUCilultw" . ur. il. v, lion. W. and to careful buyers everyNaurastuenM." uays au wuu the Mr, and Mrs. Walter Azblll r re- "Tru.iim.tlc nnn&ral & following death notice of a Ailizen, w ell oa "Com of now college in sis eariy kul miwr where. of thir T.. Chairman of the Board of Trus- is known in Madison county. Many rela- ceiving the eoBgratMltioas bwllful WWin. Onm mlnu tail PraMur. but OV toas atftn mado a short talk which was WW L.. " Vrrfr-rrtin(r. "smitr" but COB1- deceased reside here, where friends over the arrival of at home much enioyed. tives e la to professional littl daughter on Saturday. Mr. Phelps frequently visited: fortable, well made Jn every parmj. was not aole to do prw.eui. ui. elected The cWse this year :was as loiiows: ticular, these gloves sre a- Bora to Mr. nd Mrs. Edward Bfeont, KnhoH. of Louisville, was "Richard S- - Phelps. 83 ywtrs ot age. , Klath Buchanan, ensuuMr vear. equaUed Jer general wear. UT.J Mksee Duncan Foster, Kathleen Bales. died at tho Good SmanttH nospuai of this city, April 38, a fine da;UM-- ou.Li.ni T.c Million. -Mr. n'nleck. Lancaster, and Dr. 0. tiutti.Woods and Mary Uankta. B. Xiaaeird, of In every detail Quty, shows, Phelps was bought to thehoepitalTws- - Mr. d Mrs. RoU. L. AmM.MUs-- H. Vaaght, of thU city, were elected Oi.iwMtaijknilpnt tTassidav hasbeea with and from every point of view respectively. nas oeea iu atcnuws . ....... dar. lie l illtil.it mtr tmm tr geeretery and Treasurer, aOOUal SlMt- "Quality Pays' Institute for three years and under for several years. u bay oa May T1 nlnn in hnld th IMXt g beggiaf as the careful supervision much proreea I rival at thlr home of his riiui i uid loan ui Mtv ing did not by any mean has renUled. The sohooL whieh is one br of 13. oy sue jtoar but is survived by quite a Koarnt. wasavMenoea Cmh Orchard and of UaeeUa the South, is now betUr .v.. t,xn a r. Born, lo the wife of Mi-j- l niecs and nepnews. mules to lh5oath-& Co . m avarv way than ever before boy. JoIm . stock trader, dfj.ving ol mis county, n th was awarded mat honor for and "ill i fratifylne i. know that wa warket fwr ... to ..1.aa1 tMMly,of Frankfort Born to lb wife of Mr, j Uvotd member of the Midway Chris-Ua-a this county, nay w, no the meeting next juy. taby,. church. - Very Much in Evidence. o Vll UVUpV of Phythias, havo been very much in IWAUSlkS Wednesday and Thursday. 28 and 29 Handsomest Fountain The Most Luscious One Short Visit, One Tasty Drink and You'll Come all Summer Sodas -- -s LSI " - To see our Soda Fountain is one of the sights of the vicinity. To taste one of its delightful drinks is an unusual treat. In appearance, appointment and capacity our fountain is equal to the best ever made. It is one 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 vill it serve every known or desired drink. All the old flavors and the newest fancy conceits. The purest of beverages invitingly served. time-favori- te - T71. The Coldest Sodas The Purest Ice Cream Particular attention is called to our Fruit Flavors and to our Ice Cream. Only the finest products used and the cleanest methods of preparation employed. In our Ice Cream particularly we have a superior product so creamy and delicious indeed. Come see our elegant fountain and try a tasty drink then you'll gladly come all summer where the best is served ji & ji 1 At Yoilr Service in Other Ways We are in business for YOUR health in fact we have been in business here for about fifteen years. During this time we have enjoyed the confidence of physicians and patrons alike. This has been our chief aim, and will continue to be. "We have succeeded because we have dispensed dependable Drugs and Medicines the kind that gives the doctor the results that he expects, and hastens the health of his patient. Should jou be the one who needslnedicines or any of the numerous articles that we sell and we sell nearly everything that first class drug stores usually dc we solicit your patronage. jttsst KILL BUGS Price 25c a Bottle 48-3- e 1 DYSPEPSIA Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a natural compound of digestive and They relieve tonic properties. every digestive fault and difficultydyspepsia, indigestion, flatulence, food distress, sick headaches They increase the appetite, digest the food and enable you to eat the ioods you crave, without distress A most worthy or annoyance. remedy indeed CURE CORNS A heavy pounding, aching nuisance And as unnecesnothing less. sary as an elephant with two U m Jw JtJJj j m 48-3- Cre-coli- es -- All kinds of bugs bed bugs, ants, roaches, moths, beetles, croton bugs and all insects are only useless pests and they breed disease as well as prove a bother to comfort. Perry's Bug Killer for bugs actually destroys them, without A valuable aid to muss or mess. housecleaning. Absolutely destroys all bugs by a new method there's no other bug killer like it, or none so good. Kexall'Corn Remedy is what you want. No pads or bandages or big plasters just paint it on and the ache disappears at once, followed by the corn itself. V ery simple, very powerful, does the work and never fails. Can't you afford a test. trunks. - Price 50c JOc -- Sat-nrri- turt . The poorest of all toilet helps is a poor talcum. We believe this to be true although we don't sell any inferior talcum. Our line of talcum powders comprises all the favorite and popular brands some we can particularly All very particularly desired for recommend. Some are plain, some are medicated, some deliciously perfumed. r appearance, and allay all skin troubles.. spriBfr toilets because they protect the skin, give it beautiful For lady, baby, or fteatl-emao- , talcum is really a toilet necessity and a luxury at the same time. and-summe- Good Talcums Are Always Necessary n hr rest oa the quality of our prescription work. A druggist can have no higher aim than that. When you see our label on a bottle of medicine, you can be sure of two things it contains just what We desire our reputation to Our Reputation for Prescriptions is Good Deaths 7 the doctor ordered and is prepared from tfie very beat drugs. That means our label is a guarantee of purity. KJ - well-dressed ' rd " of-th- eogBt l rm-in- ThlM. ThRexH Store Perry's lrug Store The Rtxall Stem 'J r, GK rjii m jy utmi :t -- When You Printing and Don't Know How It Should Be Done, Consult The CLIMAX Am I HEADED OFF BY DtPLOMACY DECIDE YOUR5LLF DCS l M3 v mp on Earth FOR CONGRESS. W are authorized to announce JACK CHINN, a candidate lor Congress in the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held Dressing for KHehMMr! Eyc4in FrM ath Way of Mixing in Tww-tteil- Kaaii War. The Cameo The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Richmond Augut3, 1912. Highest Over award whereyer exhibited 500,000 in daily use. & & It draws ten gallons of water For wells or cisterns per 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 ten-year-old 30-fo- ot platform. No wire between cups or hole in fiat link. Guaranteed to purify any foul well or cistern in ten days of ordinary use. Warranted tooutwearany pumpon the market. Guaranteed ten years Chain made of best galvanized steel connected with solid, heavy galvanized seventeen guape flat link. The Bus Galvanized Steel Corru rated Curb, unequaled in merit Most handsome and durability. and strongest made. -- SOLD BY Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company B. F. nURST. Prop. mi Richmond, Ky. w Ml Building Time Will soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. All AH work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me We are authorized to announce J. A. SULLIVAN, a candidate lor Congress from the Eighth Congressional utsinei, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deatheraco as a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce John F. Btldwtn as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. Wo nro niillinHwrl to announce N. B inNRS n onll1nt- f.fr Slirrifl of Mndison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce II. H. rni.VKW n ranrfldate for Sheriff of Madi son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are hereby authorized to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheilff of Madison County, subjeet to .me action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The dima is authorized to announce H. C. Rice as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject-t- o the action ol the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judpe W. R. Shackelford as a candl to the office of date for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are autliorized to announce judoe j.j. qreenlkae a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the actlon.of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce S. A. D Jones as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action ot tne Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. n. rvnnKR n rutirildntp for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce O. P. to Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas H. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madisoncoanty, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. -- :::::: SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We are authorized to announce BENJ A run r. uuhnf Publica Schools of Madison akuSi canuiuuie iur on. nrrinli-nilpcounty, subject to the action of the Demo Jeff Stone POPULAR EXCURSION HIGH BRIDGE KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 26th 23 Sec the Pamou " Round Trip Ilitfl Bridie 23 c. Round Trip BAND COVCTRT. Hfch Bridie Park, (Popular Air.) on train N'o.5 Icavine at 10.07 am. and on Special Train Icaticg at 1IJ4 am. VidcUetdat NICHOLASVILLEtoo 101 E. H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, LEXINGTON, KY. Main St. Phone 49 For Full Information Call On Any Ticket Agent, Or AddreM ever D ID youwords look up the meaning of the "Price" and "Cost"? We venture you'd be interested, even surprised. "Price" originally meant not money, not cash but Reward, Praise, Worth. In the days of Caesar they called it "Pretium." Cost" comes from the. old Icelander word Koster," signifying to Choose, to Test, to Prove. So cratic party. WMTpniitliortu.d to announce Wm. S. Rmrk n rnnilirtntp for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to tbe action of the Democratic party We aro authorized to announce Prof. Harey H. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. FOR. JAILER We are authorized toannounceMORGAN TA YrjIW n rundldnte for lailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce Cltde Raybcbk a candidate for Jailer of Mad' ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce N? Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce W. Joe Wacers for Jailer of Madison county. subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE. NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are autliorized to announce W. F. 1 ARMAN.a candidate for Assessor of Had. Ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorizedLto announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. S. WHITLOCK. a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party, FOR COUNTY CLERK The Climax is authorized to announce R. B. Terrill as a candidate for the office of County Clerk of Madison county, sub ject to the action of tbe Democratic party. We are authorized to announce LaRueC House a candidate for County Cleric fo Madison county, subject to the action Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MURRAY SMITH a candidate for City At torney of Richmond, subject to tbe action ol the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce D. M. CHENAULT a candidate for City At torney, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the actiou of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L, Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Superintendent John Noland as a can didate for the office of Police Judge ol the City of Richmond, subject to tbe ac tion of the Democratic party. "Price" is really the Worth of the thing sold. "Cost" means how well the thing bought proves up in actual use. So we're not so far off die track today, for when you buy paint, tbe Price of it should be the measure of its usefulness, in appearance and wear. Its Cost-t- o you will be how well it stands the test you put it to. If it does well, it's cheap; if not, you paid too much. Measured by this, poor paint costs far, far more than good paint; never worth the price asked and never stands the test of wear. There's one house pamt made that's worth the price and stands the test,' and that's HORSE SHOE H. C JAMES BRAND HOUSE PAINT,-b- est lead, zinc, aged linseed oil, japan, coloring matter and nothing else; honest materials, honestly prepared, sold on honor. Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as much surface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer. Then, too, there's a full line of good HORSE SHOE BRAND Paint Specialties HORSE SHOE BRAND Paini for the Barn, for the Roof, for the Porch, for the Floor, for Inside Walls, Screens, for Buggies, Wagons in fact, for everything. Will buy or sellyour house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services areoneed- ed. We represent iron bound re insurance Companies member this. J. T. FER1ELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building actually a Turkish province, Testimony. aHhtHMfh tbe British control ie so peeaplete and teaaclous that the sov ereignty of Turkey is of the most Don't take our word for.it. ifcadowy klsd. Noae the less Turkey ' Don't depend on a strangers statehas the nominal right to order the army to cross the frontier Muriel sat in tho twilight, with a ment. "Oh, say, mother, I don't want em Egyptian help in the discom- small box in her hand, unmindful of I Read Richmond's endorsement manicured," protested the boy who Into Tripoli and to alBut the (shadows which were beginning to Read the statements of Richmond was going to a party. "Shiny nails fiture of the Italian lavaders. wisely refrained are awful sissy. Why, Bill's never though Turkey has that would not be- -! steal into the room. If one could have citizens. issuing orders peeped inside the bos one would have had bis nails polished, and he said to from And decide for yourself. been a desire just yesterday that he'd never obeyed there has Egyptian officers on seen a cameo ring' of a peculiar style. tne Here is one case of it: part of many to She was thinking of the one who had heard of anybody having to take a the Mrs. S. S. Smith, 133 N. Estill Ave., volunteer in her cause, and these ago. given It to her eleven years bath every day except me. I've asked Ky., says: "I had rheumahave asked Lord' Kitchener's Tier- every boy In this block and there Just then a light tap at her door Richmond, mission to absent themselves from ! aroused her from her reverie, and she tic pains and had a great deal of trouble single fellow who has to take ain't a purpose. their posts for Lord sprang to her Tho box fell from from irregularity of my kidneys. I was a bath more'n once a week. Now I've Kitchener's reply,that quoted In the Fort- her hand and feet under the table. nervous and dizzyand was subject to got to take an extra one this after- nightly rol5d Reviow, shows a certain sar"Oh, it's you, Miss Fuller" she ex- headaches. Seeing Dean's Kidney Pills noon on account of May belle's party! donic humor that must be classified advertised, I got a box at Middelton s Gee! I don't want, to go to her old among the finer weapons of diplomacy. claimed, opening the door. "Yes, It's I," laughed a young voice, Drug storo as I had heard what they had baby doll party. Ho says be would gladly give the deand a girl of about 20 came Into the done for others who had used them. "Say, mother, ha7e I got to go? sired permission, but he fears that Well, I think It's mean having parties upward pressure in the junior ranksthe room. "And why aro ypu sitting in Their use made me feel bettor in a ot the. dark?" on Saturday. I wish I was lame, so the Egyptian army would compel him I recommend Doan's Kid"I didn't realize it was so late," ex- short time. I couldn't dance, and then no girl to place the absentees on the retired ney Pills highly." would want mo to her party. I don't (1st which would he a grievous return plained Muriel, as she turned on the For see why the girls are always having for patriotic valor. So he advises them light She stooped to pick up the Fosler-Milbur- sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. n Co., Buffalo, New York, box, but It had opened and the ring parties. to curb their heroic ambitions, so sole agents for the United States. had fallen out " "You say you're going to give me natural to Egyptians, and stay at "That's a peculiar ring," she Bald, Remember the name Doan's and take one to return all this hospertallty! home. To a number of nomad Bedoubeautiful one." Oh, say, mother, .please don't. I don't ins, who made no other. lm similar applications "and a "Yes, It Muriel's face crimsoned. see what I've done that you're going Lord Kitchener expressed his surprise replied. Potato Bugs Plentiful. to give me a party. If you only won't that they should, .wish to fight at all. has a strange setting," she do It IH be more careful about my Not having regarded them in the light "I've had It a long time. A very dear Potato bugs were never more plentiful English and 111 clean my nails and af warriors, he had never Included friend gave it to me." "Would you mind telling me about than this.year. They are are not con scrub my teeth every morning with- them in the Egyptian conscription, an out your reminding me. I will, hon error that should be henceforth cor- it?" said the girl, softly, and she fining their operations to potato plants slipped her arms about the other's alone, but have picked out the' tender est. Why, If Bill knew I was going rected in view of their martial neck. tomoto plants also as choice food. to have a party he'd guy me terrible. Thereupon the Bedouins Lois Fuller was a niece of Muriel's They work on these during the night leered that there was no place like landlady, and daring tho last year had "There's no use training me up for aome. and cat the (tops otf clean. To each frequently visited her aunt Muriel potato vino that, sticks ils head above society, 'cause I'm going to be a gold had seen quite a lot of the girl, for miner. Bill knows about a mine out the ground there are some half a dozen In Nome or Nevada that's awful rich. THOUGHT SHE DESERVED AID nearly every evening during her stay of the bugs waiting for it. Midway room. she had come up to Muriel's TherCs old nuggets as big as foot Lois Was expectant, and at Jast the Clipper. falls and he and me I mean I and Mother of Six Fine Babies Glad to other broke the silence. "I've never him are going out there as soon as Receive Advice of State Dissolution Notice. told any one before," she said, "but we're 16. There was one fellow who Board. perhaps it may do mo good to confide Tho firm of R.' G. Engle & Co. bas went out when he was only 15 going in you. I was very young when I this day been dissolved by mutual conon 16, and now he's a millionaire. Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary or the "Well, anyway. If I do have to go to state board of health, some time ago first met Philip Browning." 1 sent. This May 8, 1912. Here Lois gave a little start, but college first before I'm a miner, I'll conceived the Idea of sending to the Wool and Grass 5eed be a athlete. No society for me, moth mother of every baby reported at the Muriel did not notice it "He was an er, so I don't see why I can't cut out end of every month some educational artist and came to our village the summer I was 17. He was a constant wanted by Farmers Tobacco Warehouse parties and dancing school. material from the state board office, 1 his stay In "That brown stun on my hands? Oh, together with a polite note wishing the visitor at our home during superior to Company. mahogany stain Bill and me mother and child well, and offering to town, and as he was far that's the Day Trip to Louis. are going to put on my model aero- help the mother In any way the board any young man I had ever seen, it was not long beforo I grew to admire him. By leaving Richmond on L.& N.train. plane. I was Just trying It, Ain't It a might do so to enable the baby to be "Before ho returned to the city in 6:23 a. m., direct connection is made swell color? Of course, it won't come started right in Its life battle. In reeasy or it wouldn't be any good, ply to one of the communications, Dr. the autumn he told me that he loved with the B. & O. S-off fast train.leaving Bill was coming over this afternoon Hurty a few days ago received tbe me. There was no happier girl in Cincinnat 12 o'clock noon daily, arriv tho world than I when he pnt this to work on the aeroplane. He'll be following letter: ring on my finger. He said that It ing St. Louis at 8 o'clock same eveniner. awful sore when he finds out that you Inquire as to "I would party. Bill hasn't nature ot like toyou are preparedthe was an heirloom and showed me an- This train carries oleganthigh back seat made me go to a to other ring which was exactly like it coaches, parlor cars, electric lighted the help got any mother. She died when he give to the of six fine, healthy only a little smaller. dining car, and makes direct connection was a kid a few days old. Of course, youngsters. mother 1 doubtless shall wish on chain. "This he it was an awful sad loss to Bill, but advice, as sixty dollars a month His parents wore diedhis watch was a in St. Louis Union Station with all Wes when he had he is real brave about it. He says his doesn't admit ot extensive fees to a child, and the rings had been lefffor tern, Northwestern and Southeastern father wouldn't know if he didn't take physician, and I feel that as a woman him. This one was his mother's be- lines. Other B.&O SV. St.Louis fast a bath for a month; His father be- who has made the struggle 1 have to trothal ring, and his father, used to trains leave Cincinnati, daily, 2:15 a.m.. lieves In letting Bill grow up Indepen- give my offspring the mental, physical wear Night' trains ring, as ho himself was 9 a. m., and 9:15 p. m. dent and develop his own character, and moral status which is theirs 1 doing,the otherwatch chain. have electric lighted sleeping cars with on his that's what he says. Oh, yes, Bill should have all the aid. possible. "The days after this were very individual berth lights. For informa takes a bath real often. I didn't Bay "There is not an old soldier no bright until Philip was obliged to re- tion as to fares and other particulars, he didn't bravely be has fought, so turn home. At first I was lonely, but consult your local ticket ajront. or ad "Oh, say, mother, do I have to wear matter how deserving as a faithful wife and I tried to comfort myself with the dress S. T. SEELY, T. P. A., B. & O. them silk stockings and pumps? I thought that we would not be sep S-1 thank you very much for hdpo Bill won't he anywhere around mother. It It, 513 Traction building, Cin very long, for the following your kind offer." Indianapolis News. arated when I start to the party. I don't 40-June we were to be married. I grew cinnati, O. care if Aunt Julia did give 'em to me, quite happy "again as I made my Golt, the poultry man, will buy your I'd rather she'd given me some Dragon Not China's Emblem. plans for our new Borne, but In a few wool. 43 tf leggings or a pair of ice skates. I've prompt repudiation weeks my happiness turned Into sor As shown in its got to go to see Aunt Julia next Sat- by the republic of China, the dragon row. My father was suddenly taken Architect's Notice. urday! Say, mother, It's awful mean was not the emblem of China; it was ill with pneumonia and in less than a I am prepared to draw plans for way my Saturdays go. Bill and the emblem of the late imperial fam- fortnight I was left alone. This was the me I mean 1 and Bill ain't that ily of Manchus. This Oriental tlragon a severe blow to me, for I loved my buildings and remodeling of all kinds. right? Well, then, us we was going Is one of tho powers of tbe air, al- father very dearly. Now I only had Will also furnish estimates or superintend construction of such work. Phone to finish the aeroplane and make an- though wingless; one.jof the forces of Phillip left. other model all by ourselves, and now nature which the Taoist religion has "Up to that time he had written me 101. Orders left for mo at The Climax if I've got to go to Aunt Julia's I don't defied. The dragon kings dwell part- long, loving letters, and It was a cruel office will receive prompt attention. know when I'll have time for any. ly in water and partly on land; their shock to me the month following my 31-N. B. TunriK. thing. reason erected on father's death to pick up a paper and shrines are for-th- at "No, I haven't written to grandpa river banks. The germ of dragon read of his marriage." Hair! Hair! yet Of course not. With all them idea In the primitive races the When Muriel had finished, Lois was inheres in Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair parties and calls on Aunt Julia I don't some persistent memory of the great- looking very thoughtful. "Are you have a minute to write letters. I er lizards, such as the crocodile of sure that there wasn't some mis pieces made from combings. Work guess if grandpa knew how my time the warmer waters. The Chinese, take?" she said. at a reasonable prico. Hair dressed in was spoilt he wouldn't expect me to dragon being without wings Is accord"Oh, no," answered Muriel, "there the latest style. I have in stock the write to thank him for that jackknlfe. ingly closer to type than Is the winged wasn't any mistake. I only hope he newest designs in puffs and braids. I BUI says it's a pretty good knife and dragon of the mythology of our. more is happy without he Is, handle nothing but natural hair. doubt he's going to get a man he knows to remote and northern race.- - As late and he probably never gives a thought Ms. Maude Mackex Walker sharpen it for me. The man used to as the "Hlstorla. anTmallum" ot Con- io the girl he used to know so long 207 West MainfRichmond, Ky. they rad Gesner (1564) science believed ago." be his father's hired man when kept a horse, before Bill was born, and that one had but to travel far enough, Lois murmured a few words of sym he's such an old friend of the"famlly .say to the more remote defiles of tbe pathy and then, after a little while, that hell do It for nothing. So even Alps, and he would surely encounter she left Muriel alone. If you don't think Bill is a good com- dragons. One evening, about two weeks afterpanion for me, you can see what a ward, a feeling which Muriel could not valuable friend he is. define compelled her to again look at Miles, Long and Short a little while the cameo ring. Considering the size of Switzerland she slipped It on After "Oh, say, mother, I hate that sissy her finger. At this tie,! Can't I wear my old dark blue one might expect a mile to be about Juncture Lois came up to her room. one? No, I ain't chewing gum. I Just as far as one could throw a ball, but ber eyes sparkling and her cheeks uovnmu u3v. Mcljreary-'- adminishappened to have a little in my mouth, the hardy mountaineers think 9,153 flushed with excitement tration and its enemies ' headed by the but I wasn't chewing it I never chew yards tho proper thing, even when, as Elizabothtown News. Auntie has gone out," she said, Courier-Journit since you told me not to the last it generally Is, it is very much up hill. "and I have a caller downstairs a Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the time. But I've got a little on hand Tbe Swiss is the longest mile of all, cousin of mine. I want you to meet 43-that I thought I ought to use up. so being followed by the Vienna post him. You'll come down, won't yon?" poultry man. I Just put It In my mouth once in a mile of 8,296 yards. As they entered the living room, The Flemish mile is 6,869 yards, the while. With made bright and cozy by a glowing my hair myself, Prussian 8,237 yards, and In Denmark open "Lemme comb fire, Muriel started as a tall, mother. I can part it straight Say, tbey walk 8,244 yards and call It a familiar figure stepped toward them. Be Cured By Simply Taking did you hear that? That's Bill's stroll of a mile. The Arabs generally Philip Browning! Could it be poswhistle. Lemme go to the window ride good horses and call 2,143 yards sible? Yes, it was he and no other Coated Tablets. and holler down that it's all off with a- mile, while the Turks are satisfied who took her trembling hands in his. Constipation, tight clothing, and wo1,826 yards, and the Italians the aeroplane work today, for I've got with only a few minutes to It took shorten the distance ot a mile to 1,766 find out her to go to a party. that there had been a mistake men's ordeals cause piles. Women suffer "Say, mother, what do you think? yards. Just six yards more than the after all. It was Philip's brother who with piles more than men and all will be Bill's all dolled up in a lot of new American has in mind when the agent had married, and it was through an grateful to know of a successful remedy clothes and he's going to Maybelle's waves his hand and blandly remarks, error of the paper that Philip's name in tablet form, that brings a cure withparty himself. Wouldn't that freeze "About a mile." out cutting, use of salves or supposiwas used. you?" Chicago Dally News. He told her how pained he was tories. This guaranteed remedy is when he received the letter unopened, HEJI-ROIsold by Middelton's Drug 'Gathered In Twelve-Poun- d Trout Most Effective Way. he What is said to be the largest trout and howtimes,had written after that Store and ail druggists. $1 for treatcertainly am sincerely indebted "I only to have every let- ment lasting 2 i days. caught In Montana streams was re- several to you for winning my case." ceived from J. W, Scott, proprietor of ter returned to him in the same way. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, "By no means. I represented your forced to believe the hotel at Armstead. It weighed At last he had beenhim no longer. N. Y., Prop. Write for booklet. opponent" It 13 pounds, 8 ounces. From tip ot tail that she cared for "Just so." Filegenda Blaetter. Do your corns hurt? Dr. Russell's to mouth it measured nearly three was then that he had gone abroad, and he had feet In length, a yardstick extending months ago. returned home only two Corn Remedy. Try it. The Result 30-t- f Wines' Dnua Store. "Did the plumber I sent you. do an Inch at each end when laid bemy good fortune in finding "I side the catch. It was 16 Inches you owe your work?" to Lois," he said, and he looked" around tho fish, measuring over the "No; he 'did' me." around gratefully, but his cousin had The People's Stock Remedy back fins. Bllpped from the room. keeps your stock fat and healthy and The fish was dressed and when Success In Constancy. Among the Browning's possessions free from disease. In Butte tipped the scales at The secrecy of success is constancy ihere is nothing they prize more than An Established Fact Tho People's 12 pounds. Anaconda Standard. to purpose. Disraeli. the cameo rings. Poultry Remedy contains every ingredient necessary for the production of Plenty of Oats and all kinds of Gold Seven bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt Don't soli your wool until you consult eggs. 30-t- f IticmiosD Dnua Co. 81.C0. Telephone 110. seeds at attractive price. See us for E. Deatherage. He will pay you high41-W, W Biioaddds Jb Co. est cash prices. tf Let us give you a bid on your house before buying, painting, outside oi inside. Only best & Co. R. L. Arnold If material used. Workmanship guaran Bahlow & Doziek, teed. 39-t- f 307 East Main street. EchK the Party rs llfHIflllVP 40-4- Delightful i Shopping1 Where can you shop delightfully this hot weather? had to keep perfectly quiet in order to live, yet you I've say you've had a day of delightful shopping. stores stores Yes, I've been shopping in te t 40-4- 5t G-- E Electric Fans so" No wonder those stores are popular they are comfortable. They do as much business in summer arany other season. as" ' L. vjgjMMoney spent in electric fans is a paying investment! he?i2-TncG-Oscillating Fans are the h h and xneir swinging orcczes bn throughout the store.! ble, buy with better judg- 16-inc- E stock by i . 4 .& "W" O TJ Power Co. tin-mos- owe it to yourself t make sure of getting your money will bin in clothes best quality, propt-fit, right style, all wool fabrics. r t tf In Griffon Clothes They are the choicest garments in town, and you can't do better than select your suit now. Our new Spring styles are on display and there is no floubt but that we have a suit that will fit you without greatly decreasing your bank account. 3'ou Nu-Bu- ck get full value. s ' Three-Batto- n Straight Front Sack, No. 78S tj White Nu-BucNu-Buc- Shoes Women Piles Suar k New 16 button Shoes, that have (T QO style and quality; reg. $3.75, special price k "White and White Canvas Colonial Pumps the one new thing of the season. These f 1 QO are stunningly smart and effective and per- - 4 J- ) 70 70 feet fitting. .Hats for Ladies and Children Hats for ladies and children in our Millinery Department. Everything that's new in trimmed and untrimmed hats and sailors An enormous assortment of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Rugs and Oil Cloth. of wear. finest quality Lace Curtain Draperies at prices that will justify the replacing of those showing signs All sizes in Crex Kugs. We are offer-ini- g it Y. Medical Book' tf IIH:HI:iHiHVfflrdi;J;liiVJ Free! m. In plain Ungasge, tal' wosder- nltookKllStllUlotatiliinTim. wanfc to tainv &nd i&abm itoaw rvf ifed Ufa, loTe, eonruilp, taarrlase, child- Mrtfc. happy ud unhappy wedded Ura..A-car- i 4 DlMasea whlca lortrid carriage: Hala-- GMBIaBiR It i 00a tutj tollies sod atus. lost manhood. vmuswun uccaj, poor 'memory, nerr-ooaoa- Richmond, Ky Wilniinler CUsaM When you're ready to buy paint or paint specialties, and want the Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint, Just remember that here is one store where you'll find what you're looking for. H. e. DOTY; SURVEYOR - I. R. Penniogion Dentist. Offlco 5old by 5tockton & 5on, Druggists solicage of those its patron needing- ser vices ol a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. next door to Government build ng Richmond, Ky. TUBULAR BELL CHIME borne, ofice, or wWu&n, appeals aEkeito 'utility, lefiaemeat, and mutKal tatte. The conectoess of time; perfect movcoMst BMhofuy case, with ckaetc die oKd oak or and the eJo-o- u line, conforms lo aood Big Prices For Hides " H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. The Hertchede Hal Clock as a twepicce, a tubukr chine, d aa article of furniture for . Attobkkyat-L- a , Cut Price Wall Paper Sale awaa a ai M0M.MBCM) Mm. blood poison. Tsxlcocele, bj&rostricture, gleet, pu ttriaary trochlea and raptor. 11 joe aro married 70a aaould know the aecreu told la that book. It not married job ooM to aaow belong aaarrls. YoaaAedtata book. IMeTMtrathaotaMCTiaea. Dost nw eI. B3GTI Lwitk We have enlarged our warehouse and can han-- " die all the Tallow, Wool, Rags Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have - KENTUCKY, XiOHMOND, thee over State Bank k Trut Co., opposite Court House, on Main Street. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist , GREOJtEAF & HERRWGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new I HAVE FOR SALE TOE Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. etc.ani aay kmi In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE .rui TfTTH lAT If .v . Richmond, Ky Oldhaa Bid. Building on Second Street opp. Court House tubviar chime, souW nSe hours and quarters after the peak of WImMwiIos, or Westniniler, serve a pleating remcW of the pwiing boat. The fifty stylet we ample kow choice in deiigR, are, aacl price. the moon's piwa in tbe did arch. We are HertAede Hal Clock Je Co. of Ibkcsy, and wl send jKuttarted catalog on request Now fioing On Beautiful Patterns 8 tlx It I only knew tha secreta ol WiittMhraV www .r. Mitt. WfMahfMMaa. lire before." nuRUtiil MOtCM. naTTTVTC "We win spue yoa tb BenaiUe 11 att Ma Ammm, ClatUiaM, ui jour isooraoce ana loay. M aapplo. ..,,,, jo -- 1 Ml There's Just One Girl Ton may care to present wlih a rinp. Xake it as fine & oho as your purse will affortl. At tl.o satire time dea't pay nbre than the img is worth. Yoa woa't only for it yeu buy it here. We-charg- e aVThe JRICHMOND M. WIDES- KENTUCKY Phone 363 Dr, Robt. 0m is Oldham G Bogs BaiMiflg M BJaatoo, Dentist DENTIST NrOAee to Beaattt Bahuint. rKLrPHUNBIM Mtv of Dmrncm, Stedmg SiW.SbeAeU PVte, Gold and Siwjewdry. Ec , Departmint at .through owCorrespoixlenc moderate price. ConeipoadaMc MSatod. Gifts by MaiL Yi canpcbnits 31 c up Mi Ck, The Climax $1 a Year It Emmrtt Nmmmw ta Million Vmmr JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. PHONE 83, or 4 I. B. $75 to $750 Juett 8l Sou Jtouse Building MAIN Materials b1 warkmaaehlp attfeisiew-afr- Y aothteg for (taiga. The Frank tfancbeck Co. Funrib Ohio it Engagement and Wedding Rings Engraved Free STREET DENTIST TBUtrsxms m Bama Cy F. J. YEAGER