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Sparks' Celebrated LI3VIE Best for Whitewashing-- , Sold Only by Corner Main and B Streets Etc. Telephone 85 L. R. Blanton of y local Madison County Man Drops 200 Feet Out Window A well-know- n story teller was spinning yarns for a crowd of interested listeners Saturday night. They had been discussing the distance a man could fall without in- jury. "Why. I know a man," "right from this town who dropped 200 feet out of a window and it didn't hurt him saUl Uncle, a bit." "Xonsense!" said the crowd. "No. its a fact," insisted the old man. "But they wore pigs feet!" though," he continued, "a man "I reckon, could stand a fall like that if he could fall on something as strong and as springy as reliable as an American Fence. "For if you would see the way it turns mad bulls and butting rams, you'd think that there's about no impact it can't resist." American Fence - best materials; Use simplest construction; for evory use, in every size vrciiriit of wir desired. Sold by Ze of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Tho water fell rapidly and we replanting garden and Charlie and man putting in crop, then tho second The interesting letter published be riso came, it is over h of garlow is from Mrs. C. D. Turner, formerly den and edges of yard, about ten or Miss Minnie Crandall, of Newby, this oloven acres of land is uncovered and county. Mr. and Mrs. Turner moved to that has been planted, but it still creeps Earle, Arkansas, about three years ago. in. Tho crest of wave reached MemThia popular couple have many reta phis Thursday, so wo don't see why this tlves and friends in Madison, who will don't begin to fall. Wo lost all garden, read with interest the following com most of fruit trees, flowers, grass, three munication: heads of cattle, two litters of pigs, and Earle, Ark., May 11, 1912 if this water don't go down soon, may lose crop, and yet our lot is easy com Mrs. John Allinen, pared to those nearer loveo. Richmond, Ky. You said you supposed the Titanic disaster was Dear Jennie: "Backward, turn backward, O, Time in worse than this. Tho newspaper ver your nigni, sion of Titanic loss is worse, that's all "Make me a child again, just for to- - You know the South has no great newsnigm. papers, because the reporters aro snobs, On receiving your letter in imagina tion, twenty years rolled away and I was inoy cnronicie only tnose events in Had a girl again down in Poosey, receiving which the rich are participants. this overflow occurred in the East or letters from you. Are jou like Maude, West, you would have had column after requiring some great disaster before you column of heartrending details of the find time to write? Charlie and Dorsey lonely farmers rescued from tops of have gone to town and true to houses, the habit of childhood, when left alone head of barns, and trees, of tho millions cattlo and mules lost, of the I want to get into some meanness or do sinking of boats, and overturning of something out of the ordinary. Let's houses with women and children cling hope writing to you will settle the ing to roofs.just when help was in sight. demon of unrest. I presume Maude has But as it happened in the South, and told you how the water got one and one-ha- lf most of the sufferers were poor whites J. WALTER WILSON, IMPERSON-ATOR- . feet deep in our house, and Dorsey and negroes, their tales of woo go un and I left for five days, came back as told. Why Charlie and Mr. Cook, with At the Richmond Chautauqua, July 1, soon as it began falling, went from stair a negro man. rescued one family of way in a boat to the steps of smoke whites, man, wife and eight children, mon through this overflow so far, and house.how we cooked up there on heater who had lived for days with water am still ablo to keep them, but this matuntil water got out of oven of cook stove soveral inches on floor, and when rescu and Charlie could get into kitchen in ed lacked six They hurinches of reaching bed ter will bo investigated." knee boots and do the cooking. While rails. Tbo man was lying flat on his riedly told him to help himself. Tho I was gone, he lived mostly on raw eggs, back with a knee split open, and too people on Titanic met death in a few too busy to try to cook on heater as it lazy to have anything if he had been hours, but these peoplo must live on took hustling to save the stock. Water well. Tho woman came to mo a few with tho work and savings of a life time began falling on the 22nd of April and days later begging flour, meat and lard, gone. It is easy to die compared to livby the 20th, I could walk on ties laid saying her children wero hungry, also ing on with hope gone. Tho Titanic from dining room to kitchen and next milk for a old baby which buried their dead, these peoplo their day could wash floors and stay down they were raising on canned milk, and hopes, which do you think the worse? it hadn't any for twenty-fou- r hours. 1 Besides, if loss of life could bo compiled had one of her children for days and it would bo much greater than 1,500, for took another. Anything in Titanic many suffered so from exposure that compared to that mother, seeing her death will result, and then think of the THE J children, starving and the the suffering sickness and death that must result of that tiny baby? And yet this is only when water goes down. As for ourselves, one of perhaps a thousand worse cases. personally, and our littlo scttlement,we From the Bluff at St. Louis to tho Gulf. came out fine and thank the Lord, is it 150,000 people are homeless, many of as well with us it is. We received many them having lost practically everything letters of sympathy and some offering they had. Tho U. S. government is help. Whilo wo didn't need any help, has been removed sending rations to 80,000, and right here you can imagine how wo appreciated is one of the greatest frauds ever from the Schlegel tho loving thoughts behind the offers. Except in refuge camps, very Even our banker hero askod Charlie if building: to the few of the real sufferers ever received he would need any money. All wo need any government aid, tho merchants and is water to recede in timo to got crop in Clay building on big men got it as it came in, in carload and good health. Toll John, when tho lots and gavo it out to their tenants, who water was so high, wo thought of and Main street and is were not oven in overflow, and then spoke every day about how good a Kencharged tenants for it. The agent of tucky hill would look. Charlie said if now open for busiCrittenden Railroad is our authority, ho just had one of them on his placo, ness in the new lohas bills to show how these merchants money couldn't buy tho farm. We were shipped it to negroes where thoro was offered a profit of $2,200 on our placo in cation. no water, down his line. Tho negroes March and refused it. I wish now wo and poor whites around us failed to get had sold as wo could buy cheaper close The any although they went again and again. to town. A St. Louis man has already bought S100.000 worth of property from Studio is closed One Illinois man went to get rations for discouraged owners. Well, we aren't his tenant, they told him they had none. made of "givo-up- " stuff, wo are stickers. "All right, I've kept my While I hate it here now liko sin, yet I Ho replied: one-fourttwo-mont- Interesting Letter From stairs. Former Madison Resident began wouldn't sell for anything. It is said the whole U. 8. could live off the products of St. Francis Basin, the Mississip pi Delta, tho Louisiana Basin and the Lower Arkansas country, and yet for lack of men in Congress with "back' bone" enough to get money sufficient to protect these, the richest agricultural regions in the world, lie a watery waste. We pay sixteen cents an acre levee tax in addition to other taxes, too; but any permanent good must come through great loss of life and property, so let's hopo Congress will wake up. The cry ing need of the South is Men!, Monti, who won't sell out and are seeking the good of the manj Instead of the individual. Shall I tell you what has helped sustain me in this reconstruction period which is worse than overflow? It is from a play, "The Chanticler." The cock when he found that the day dawn ed without his crowing, said: "Well, the soul needs a faith, however, oft that faith is slain." "But,how will you find new courage now that you doubt your work?" asked the pheasant hen, "By working," replied the cock. So it is by working, faith in our work is restored and we begin again to repair damages and erect on the graves of buried hopes. a new.hope and a new faith in this great devastated land. " THE STEARNS & FOSTER f a-- - MATTRESS (MME ON EVERY GEMUNE MATTRESS) THESEIUOYANfV TLAYERS OF COTTON STANDING NEARLY X 1 v . three feet COMPRESSED 1 vv high are-- fSiX wltfv 1 TO 0NESIXTH-- ! THEIR ORIGINAL HEIGHT AN) ENCASED IH THE TICKINC PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF m UNUSUAL J I WM'W? I I'MM inwr - r4:W4- fW0$:' - "" ' :.-;'..:- . : - :- - " SPRINGINESS fm' IMfM V-.'-i- ''' ' I I f P :' ' Eczema? Try Zemo I Has Cured Worst Cases and You Can Prove it for Only 25 Cents. Yes, try 2emo. That's all you'need do to get rid of the worst case of eczema. You take no chance.it is no experiment. Zemo is positively guaranteed to stop 1 y V Ml iou win say l s I Studio itching, rash, raw, bleeding eczema. make a pimpled face smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder and the minute appli ed it sinks in, vanishes, leaves no evi donee, doesn't stick, no grease, just a pure, clean, wonderful liquid and it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and sold by all druggists at $1 for the large bottle and at 25 cents for tho liberal size trial bottle. Try one bottle and be convinced. Perry's Drug Store. 25-ce- never knew a Mattress conld be so Comfortable." Old corn 84.25 per bbl. by the load. send your order to R. L. Aksold & Co. tf what satisfied users of Stearns & Foster Mattresses are saying. You owe it to yourself to have a Stearns & Foster in your home and enjoy res! that Comfortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's resl on a Stearns & Foiter Mattes ccSls too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Steam & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of Ktt!e webi, iormtng the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton Standing nearly three feet ktffc. These layer: crc then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir cripmt height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jus the proper tension, so as to be soft,, " yet fitin. haJ yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Steams & Foster Mattres. Well kBy j'uft H -- That's ''o it. A poa'.iv2 carantce on every mattress bearing the Stearns A most Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. 5c Foftcr an. i part of the regular diet U Schlegel Scotf s Emulsion It highly concentrated nutritire qualities repair watte and create physical retittance fatter than disease can destroy. All Drugguts. Scott & Bowne Bluomfield. N J 12-- OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W.S.O. R.O. L. Tire hustliivg Cash Store Are You Ready for Spring Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Have you examined Hamilton Bros. line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $J0.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. Every one Men's and Boys' Suits We have what you want and- at Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits before you purchase. You know we specialize $1000 and $15.00 Suits for men. values never before offered so low. Boys' Suits at all prices. - Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In alljstyles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. ; : ' T. Men's and Bpys Shoes and Oxfords Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. .?E.;Tiltibrand. All Lines More Complete Than Ever i 4 'i Call and See Them HAMILTON BROTHERS I 1 Our Story in a Nut Shell " Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the we constantly watch the iharket as for new and worth goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of miu-ute- 'WOMK AXB CKILB5HW riBST!" Was the order oa the TitAoic. "Women and children first!" is the motto of all frat ernal societies. Over 8,000,000 members ot fraternal benenciary societies in the United States have adopted it. Ours is preeminently the age and tho land of chivalry. just what his friends expected, but is a bit of philosophy from an exchange: If we didn't have dark and Here is gloomy rainy days occasionally, we wouldn't fully appreciate the beautiful sunshine. A man who has been everlast ingly broke appreciates & dollar more than the rich maryloes a thousand. "Two Maryland men ale ninety-seve- n at one sitting." And here all of us have been trying to figure out why the price has been so high. eggs Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists Great is the recall. A Missouri man, when he sends wedding presents, stipulates that they shall be returned in case of divorce. PERSONAL AND a Home-fol- k 50CIAL j Items ot Interest Regarding and Others, nevertheless highly gratifying to know that in his examinations he attained "the higli water mark" and will be a senior next year. Mrs. Ed. Coyle Is with a congenial party of friends at Swango Springs, where she will remain tor several weeks. Mrs. James R. Burnam, who has for a few months been making her home in Winchester, has returned to make Rich mond her home. Her many mends extend to this splsndid woman a cordial welcome. Sho will occupy her home on West Main street, wlticlt will be vacated in a few days by Capt. and Mrs. Carle B. Brittain who will go to Washington, D. C, Capt. Brittain having been stationed thoro by tho Navy Department. Mrs. Thomas J. Smith was the hostess at an informal luncheon at her homo Friday, on Washington street, in honor cf her sister, Miss Helen Bennett, of Richmond, who is visiting her.and Mrs. M. U. Thatcher, of Ancon, Canal Zone, who. with her husband. Governor That cher, is spending the month of May with Frankfort relatives. Mrs. Smith's home was decorated throughout with garden flowers, and the table was especially pretty with a center arrangement of roses and honeysucckle in a silver eper- d gne. The placards were roses. Covers were laid for the follow ing: Miss Bennett, Mrs. Thatcher, the guests of honor. Miss Mary Mason Scott, Mrs. Charles Ireys. Mrs. b. J. Shackel ford. Mrs. Rogers Clay. Mrs. E.E. llosro. Mrs. Weisiger Lindsay, Mrs. Richard Maker, Miss Ucbecca Averill, Miss Diz zio Chinn, and the hostess Frankfort band-painteNews-Journa- To Hear Kavanah. Since the recent announcement that Judge Marcus A. Kavanagh would ap pear this season at most of tho of Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee, he has been receiving many invitations to attend banquets in various towns and cities of these Slates while on this lour. The Knights of Columbus in this territory are especially strong and Judge Kavanagh is ono of the best known members of this order in the country. chau-t&uquas Deaths W. H. Wherrett, aged 87, ono of the oldest and most highly revered citizens of Lancaster, was found dead in bed Friday. The death of Mr. Wherrett removes ono of the most historic charac ters of that city, having been a, continuous resident since 1S50, having been prominent in local affairs,- and having filled several municipal and civic offices. He was a native of Madison county. He leaves u wifo, ono son and two daughters, W. C. Wherrilt. Mrs. W. H. Bogle and Mrs. Kate Berkle, all of Now Orleans, one brother, T. P. Wherrilt of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. Martha Haley of Richmond, Mrs. Clark Gilman and Miss Lizzie Wherritt also of Now Orleans. - ''aaawwwwwwwwlf Tirol i Get A New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove The, baking is perfect with the new Bass Oven and is in every way entirely satisfactory wrtf?V .awwwtlt.'v a horse about three weeks WK wlwrafcisj vawHsBaawwCr Mr. C. S. Mintcr, who was kicked by ago, died at his home on Boonesbcro piko, Monday r J l. and Dresses taflre t Gall and see us as we are now ready to care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods I OWEN McKBB The Richmond Climax. rSElKnEI EVERT WfMESMt IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (laoorporated.) A. D. Miller W. Q. While KCMitWKY Pres. and Mgr. Kinker PMfi6 f Sec'y-Trea- s. ASSeOIATteR mm FBIOE mamr pmumkrc leasw. l,m PER YEAB IK A.BVANOE WBUXBBDAY. MAY Omm wore tfce -li - 1912 mumt ho4 it Mr trihwu to th nut 4ig w pc irto his packets is ookI traat, for the c Imm mrnirn that Uwt : awl dhwowwt at 38 o trait. This time to per taa will not b allowed this year. The 8KCM ffivwt for ths kuaet raid oo the public's panre is that thora is a shortage, awl that iteoate more to mine coal, oa aeBoaat, of th iacroaaod py graatea1 ta tho Btiaars. It is kaewa that then is ao eoal short-acThe eoal tnwt esaeatoa. loag before the cpiraliaa of the wiaers hi April that there vwsM b a shutdown, awl ia aatieipatiaa af that sfaatdowa they stared up vaet quaaities of oeal. Iaiiwi of a shortage there fe aa aotaal averaanply. The increased eeats par to the wiaers amoaate to 3 per taa, which is eaasidarably kes thaa the at aeate per taa the tract will save by rafaiiar Mm aawal dawaaate. It is e aM aaathte af enounp a large the tribate fraw the aablie on the streagta of a swell advaaoe la the workers. Thas the pablic nays not ealy the "Mrike" whieh was not, atrieUr speakiaf, a strike, eat rather a tewperary afaaidowa poaalag reaajaatwiat af caatracts with the wtaerc, bat for the wtrwma pay to the wiaers as wIL e. oaa-traa- ts 1- -2 it The following from the pen of the lamented George I). Prentice, which is taken from the pages of his "Man's Higher Destiny." "It cannot be that the earth is man's only abiding place. It cannot be that our life is a mere bub ble cast up by eternithy to float a moment oa its waves and then sink into nothingness. Else why is it that the glorious aspirations wbioh leap like angels from the temple of our hearts are forever wandering unsatisfied? Why is ii that all the stars that hold their festival areaad the midnight throne are set above the grasp of our limited faculties, forever mocking us from their unapproachable glory? And, finally, why is k that bright forms of human beauty presented to our view are taken away from us. leaving the thousand streams of our affections to float back in Alpine torrents upon our hearts? There is a realm that never fades; where the stars will spread out before us like islands that slumber in the ocean; and where the beautiful beings which now pass before as like shadows will will stay in our presence forever." Thk Kentucky Press Association meets at Olympia Springs in June, and Harry Sommers wants to know where Olympia is "at." In the temporary absence of Cel. W. P. Walton from the ranks of Journalism, we will explain: "Olympia Sertags are about fiftten miles west, as the crew flies, of Glenn Springs; fifteen miles from Ksculapia Springs; twenty miles east of Estill Springs; ten miles southwest of SwangoSprings;and thirty miles northeast of Blue Lick Springs. It is also not very far from Kinnikinnick and Hell f'r Sartin Cynthiana Demo crat. power was in evi Ybkt little deaee at the county convention held in The Democracy of this city Saturday. Madison spoke and her voice was heededthe result, an instructed delegation one-ma-n visit to friends in Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fates and family spent Wednesday in Versailles. Miss Tommie West is at home from Pineville, for the vacation. Father O'Dwyer has returned from a visit to Father UHlenmeyer m w incnes ter. Dr.and Mrs.Murison Dunn have taken rooms at Madison Institute for the summer. Little Miss Frances Gordon has return ed from a visit to relatives in Xicholas- viile. Mrs. Geo. W. Phelps is spending the week with Mrs. W. H. West, of Speedwell. Miss Margaret Jett is visiting Miss Aleen Howe, near Liouisvnie. Miss Julia White has returned from a to Louisville. Perhaps Speaker Clark is not the choice of every Democrat in the county, yet his followers were greatly ia the majority, and those who favored Wilson and oiliors abide by the decision as a just rendering of the verdict ot a That the rMOtijnriet ia the Sonatc greater number of the Democratic are still deaf ta the waiee of the people voters. is evidnaeod by the fact that the I primer aoMwhlaa. the majority of whew No bitter feolings resulted from the are last ditah taadpatters. has oaee oonvoatlon of Saturday. It was a gatherwore whitawashed the Chieaga bass. ing of Demoorats, who put aside busi There is little deaht that if the people ness oares to respond to the call of the of the Caited States eeaht vote direetly party, all of whom were anxious only for on whether Loci war ahoaid be reiaiaed square and impartial treatment an ex ia the Seamte, the oaly oaes who woetd pressioa of the will of the people. This vote far Ijoriwar are his personal beach was aeoorded aad harmony in big letters wea aad Jab hoUrs. aad the tariff ba- prevailed throughout. rons, who aeed hiw ia their basiaees. Bmno devoted to the Democratic par per oaat of the K million Mare thaa people would be agaiaet bis reteatiea. ty, its principles and traditions, The Yet the Sample Gawwittae is deaf to the Climax could not wish for its welfare protests against him: abnd to the prov- greater blessings than that as much en ohawe of his ItctioB. aad daab genuine harmony and pood feeling exwbea presiitd ta say the word that ists at the State convention as "predomweald ed hiw back to the obliviea inated at the county convention in this citj' Saturday. where he hplaaits. -- RATitiBeKAKK ail is bemg exploited as Socibtt women, according to a Boston a cure far rhoawatiem. It will care any preacher, wear too much clothes. Evi oM thing whan ppliid by the saeke deaily he has never seen a society worn an in decollette. Listen! you need fasty furnisMng goods to complete your dress jsMdyourdofhes fojjpmess Mrs. Hanger will have as her guest in Mrs. Frederick French, of Now York. W. C West and family spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. ii. est at Speedwell. Miss Dudley Doty, of Torrington, Wyoming, is visiting friends and rela tives in the city. Mr. Sam Smith, of Cincinnati, visited his sister, Mrs. John Allman, on Collins street, last week. Mrs. H. deB. Forbes is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Tate on Broadway. Mrs. R. L. Collins, of Crittenden, has returned home after a visit to Mrs. Ronald Oldham. Mrs.Mary Sullivan and daughter have returned from Barbourville,and are now at their home near v hite Hall. Mrs. Frank Jennings, of Jacksonville, Florida, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Thomas Phelps, on Red House road. Mrs. Chas. Hendren. of Beattyville, was a guest several days last week of Mrs. Kobert llams, on xmra street. Mr. Joseph C. Cain, Jr., left Monday for Covington to take a position as tele graph operator for the u. Ss n.itauroaa Mr. C. P. Cunningham, of Middles- bora, was in Richmond Monday, en route home after a visit to relatives in Irvine. Mr. Faris McCord, of Rd House, has returned from Ashevilie, N. C, where he went some weeks ago in search of health. Mr. and Mrs. James R. King, of Cov ington, arrived here Saturday ror a visit to Mrs. J. G. Blount and Mrs. Alex. N. Warren. Mrs. Charles Wiedemann and party of Newport, Ky.. motored to lticlimond Tuesday to visit her brother, Mr. Alex Mellmger and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howard, of Bel- lingham, Washington, are isiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mc- (Jord, near Ked House. Mrs. N. B. Deatherage, who has been quite ill for several weeks, has about fully recovered, much to the gratifications of her host of friends. Mr. J. A. Sullivan, District Manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co., of Lexington, spent several days here last week as the guest ot Alr.J. IX. Mathews, Miss Mabel Cain, who has been quite ill for past week, is considerably im proved, and it is the wishes or her friends that she will soon be restored to health. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith, of Second street, left Saturday for a visit to their two sons, Louis and Frank, of Atlanta, Ga. They will be gone about two weeks. Rev. M. F. Moores and family, of North Carolina, visited Mr. Moores' sister, Mrs. White, on South Collins street, this city, the first of the week. They left for home Tuesday. Hon. Jerre A. Sullivan, of Richmond, candidate for Congress, in this district. was shakine hands with the people here Monday, lie has many loyal friends in Jessamine. Jessamine News. Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew Turpin announce the eneapement af their daughter, Mary, to Dr. Berry J. Ed- mi ii' warns, cmr t xue weuuing win Kuruiu. be a quite affair and is set for Juue 25. Mrs. Henry Lammers left last week for an extended visit in the East. She will spend the greater part of the summer at Erie, Pa., and will also visit Philadelphia and other points of interest Miss Helen Bennett, of Richmond. arrived Thursday for a visit sto her sister, Mrs. Thomas J. Smith, on Wash ington street, and to attend Gov. Mc Creary's reception Thursday evening to the K. N. 6. officers and the United States Army instructors. Frankfort June. V Mrs rewiork with Mr. Hanger. Hanger has been the recipient of many social attentions, has became a member of the Society of Kentucky Women of .Now lork, and was a guest at Ihe an nual luncheon given at the Astoria April Oth. As the guest of Mrs. William Grant-UrowPresident of the Federation of Women oflNew York, Mrs. Han gor attended tho banquet given by the Rubonstein Club to Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Rogers Chapman. This organiza tion is the largest in New lork City, and Mrs. Chapman is its honored President. Mrs. Hanger attended the recep tion given by Mrs. llaynes, whoso son has recently married a brilliant Ken tucky woman, Liouiso Covington. This was a beautiful event, which Mrs. James W. Caperton, and her daughter. Miss Caperlon, came from Washington to attend. Lexington Herald. A very enjoyable meeting of the Cccilian Club was held last Wednesday with Mrs. II. B. Hanger, a large number of guest and members being present. The following program was led by the hostess with an introductory talk on Puccini and his opera La lioheme: Roll Call Composer's Works. Story of tho Opera Miss Higeins. Piano Selection La lioheme Mrs. Denny. Review of the May Festival Mrs. A. R. Burnam. Piano Papillon Laval lo Miss Parrish. Current Events Miss Helon Bennett. Voico Tho Rosary Nevin Mrs. Hanger. Review of Italian Celebrieties Mrs. Pickels. Piano Selection La lioheme Miss Watts. The last meeting for the year will be nem with Mrs. rseaie isennett, June 12, subject; "American Women in Music " A sailor straw or a panama. Sailors for men. $1 50 to $3.00. Panama for men, $5.00 to $0.00. Rice & Aunold. after spending a delightful winter in Mrs. Harry Baylor Hanger, of Richmond, Ky., has returned to Kentucky JUDGE MARCUS A. KAVANAGH. At the recent stato conventions of the Knights of Columbus in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee, it is understood that announcement was made of all the ctiautauquas on which he is to appear in each of those states and the date of each appearance, so that the Knights throughout the state can come to hear him at tho Chautauqua nearest their re spective homes. It is estimated that there are 30,000 members of the Knights of Columbus in tho four states in which Judge Kava nagh will speak. He is President of the Citizenship Congress, Chicago, which is composed of Protestants, Catholics and Jews. The object of the organization is to obtain better civic government. Judge Kavanagh win lecture on "Traitors to Justice," at the Richmond Chautauqua, Tuesday, July 2. New Motion Picture 5how There will within the noxt three weeks a new and strictly up to date moving picture theatre opened up in Richmond. We are very glad to an nounce the opening of this new enterprise and assure the public of the best that is to be had in this lino ot amuse ment. The gentlemen who wiil own and control the new show known as tho ALHAMBRA are Messers Ronald C. Oldham and Joe P. Chenault. These men have bought a now and improved machine which will show perfect pic tures and Jiavo contracted lor the very best film service that is possible to get. there will be nothing shown at the new show that will not be up to date, clean and moral. The owners have secured a long lease on the building where the Ledford Racket Store was formally and the contract has been let for the build ing of a very handsome theatre such as is seen in the cities larger than Richmond NO VAUDEVILLE will be given but the best pictures procureable in the country and good music will bo the programme for each afternoon, and night, Saturdays all day. THREE MUSIC, PICTURES, GOOD FIVE CENTS. Handsome new opera chairs, up to date electrical equipment and all that makes the city theatre will be installed and the opening date will be announced later. Wo wish to assure the public that no form of amusement will be given in our show at any time that will not be of tho highest standard of respectability. Respectfully, night as a result of his injury. While his condition was regarded as serious from the outset, frionds of this excellent citizen felt that his bravo fight for life would bo rowardod by his restoration to Howover, tho past weok withealth. nessed a great change for tho worso and the spirit of this much admired gentleman passed to the Great Beyond. Deyears of ago, and ceased was sixty-fowas born in Leo county, Virginia, and moved to Kentucky eaily in lifo. Ho came from Owsley county to Madison about sixteen years ago, whero he made many friends and admirers. He was a very pleasing gentleman, one of the old school, and those who know him could but admire his gentle and many traits. Mr. Mintor is survived by his wife and six children, namely: Messrs. Leonard, Report oi the Condition Edgar Robert, and Roy Minter, Mrs. OF Fannie Dailoy and Miss Eva Minter. Funeral services will take place at the residence, on tho Boonesboro plko, at 10 Doinir business at Kirksvllle, county of o'clock this morning, followed by inter- Mndisoii. Stateof Kentucky, nt the close of business on the lbtli day of May, 1912. ment in the Richmond cemetery. RESOURCES and No Christmas Money For Loatm one orDiscounts more enwith dorsers or sureties... $12,738 83 11 31 $49J Teachers. Real Kstate Mortcaces Other Stocks. Bonds.Ktc 2.111 7U 25 55 2J37 County school teachers of the Slate Due from Nat'l Banks Comare almost certain to lose their Christ- Due front Trust 12fi9 00 panies States and mas money under the operation of tho United Bank Notes Na76 09 tional 3C 09 Uir4U 1.147 40 now law extending from December 1 to Specie. 1.8B8 70 1)08 70 Overdrafts (unsecured) 31 the date when sheriffs must make Current Expenses l'ald tf8 03 00 Real Estate.BVir House final settlement of tax collections with Furniture and Uxtures.. 2JH0 00 5JS8 G5 2500 the State Auditor. Assistant State $G5,423 23 Total Auditor G. B. Likens took the matter up with Assistant Attorney General Morris LIABILITIES to ascertain when tho penalty goes on $13,000 00 tho sheriffs. Tho law was passed at tho Capital Stock paid in. In Cash $3,100 00 Surplus Fund instance of Senator Claude Thomas at Undivided Profits 117 91 317 91 to tho recent session. It gives the sheriff Deposits (on subjectInterwhich check - 47510 32 47.210 32 thirty days longer than heretofore to est is not paid make final settlement, and defers the G $tB.42S 23 Total per cent, penalty on him for that length State of Kentucky set County of Madison of time. Under the old law requiring I. II. S. Xewlon. Cashier of the above settlement tho first of December suf- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my ficient money was brought in to the knowledge and belief. H. S. XEW'LOX. Cashier. teachers before Christmas. This year me and sworn to thoy cannot get their money until early S.Sulwcribedthe 21th day of before 1912. by H. May. Xewlon, in January. K. G. Woods. Xotary Public. My commission Expires Jan. 11. 191G. ur W. F. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Pictures Framed to Order Richmond, Kentucky the : Remember Here is a name "PENSLAR" that will mean a great : Opposite Hotel Glyndon A Name To Farmers Bank I I 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 cf its purity and medicinal worth. They prepare in their splendid laboratories over 100 remedies for household use. Strange as it may seem to you, they do 'not believe in secret medicines. They think you have a right to know what you are taking. And you have. So they put the full formula on every label the nam 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 Unit their skill in compounding these remedies was unsurpassed they could not afford to do this. Anyone can copy their formulas but there is bo danger that aayone v . equal their quality of the remedies, and thny know it. You see, this makes their success depend oa Quality, Bet Secrecy in medicine is not good for you. You have a right te fcaaw what jo are using; all about it. We like to handle drugs of quality. This is tho way we gai our tra. That is why we obtained the agency for these splendid romodlou kno ,v 7 as the , Srey. New Money Order Office. M. COY W. A. ARBUCKLE I I CHURCH NOTES. cises of University of Louisville, from which institution her son, Lawrence Todd, will graduate from the medical department. Mr. John W. Farley is attendine a house jarty given by Miss Elizabeth Lyons in Nicholasville. Misses Elizabeth and Caroline Farley are also visit ing in nicholasville and will be present at the dance given by Nicholasville College W. Hamilton, of Arnold. Hamilton & Luxon; T. S. Haean, of the Madison Milling Co.; and Carlisle Maupin, of J. W. Zaring Grain & Mill Co.; attended a banquet and business Messrs. Journal. J. Frank Todd will leave tomor row to attend the commencement exerNews- - Mrs. Jas. meetiug ot the Lexington Uredlt Men's Association at the Phoenix Hotel, last Friday night. Ve are sole agents for many You will have that "exclusive" lines. feeling "in our furnishings. Ve Underwear must fit if It is "fit" to vear. keep a big stock and can fit you. Buy a pair of gloves; they will come In handy. Buy our tasty hose and you irlll be proud to roll your trousers up. Let us furnish your furnishings from collars to socks. Put yourself into one of our dresses. Ve have an elegant line of bathing suits. Call and see them. nlshlng .goods. You vill "shine" if ve supply you with fur vell-dres- sed Mrs. Jefferson Stone is the truest of her sister. Mrs. Land, in Nicholasyille. Monday Mrs. Hersperver, of California. gave an elegant reception, in honor of Mrs. Bione ana oiner menus, tne ntrair proving one of the most enjoyable of the many beautiful receptions given in Nicholasville during the season. CapL Carlo B. Brittain, U. S. Navy. who kat home in Richmond, on a short furlough, was here early in the week vrhh Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks for a short visit. Capt. Britftata ie.said to be one of the most brilliant officers in the navy, and although quite a young wan has been promoted very rapidly. tanford Interior JeuraaL Mrs. Laura Shackelford Blaston. who underwent an operation at the Vertea Memorial lRarwarr, lawnvuie, wet Wednesday, is iatpfavw-- . This news will be aratifyiac la her hast of Xrieade ia this .city, all af whom eataod sym pathy aad hearty wiahas for early -S- rastarauoato BeauB. John wwmwwaattwL R. Gibson & Co. Telephone 500 : Mrs. W, D. Oldfcaa and Mrs. Ronald OMhaw are a&endin: aawi caiawooK ot mmwauwa mm- Mr. Harold Oldham. that bwtttata, baa just erawtattioo, It U 1000 men and 500 women attended the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in Louisville last week. Messers Robt. R. Burnrm, Alex. R. Denny and R. C. Stockton constitute a committee to purchase and have installed a steam heating plant in the Presbyterian church. They .will proceed at once to havo it done. The United Presbytericn General Assembly, in session in Seattle, voted to me- -t in Atlanta in 1013, at the same time the Southern Presbyterians and the Presbyterian Church in the United States meet there. Tho baccalaureate sermon for Caldwell High School will be preached by Eld. E B. Barnes in the first Presbyterian churcr Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. Chas. Scanlon, of Pittsburgh, Pa , a brother of Rev. D. H. Scanlon, of this city, occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church Sunday morning last. In the evening he preached to a large audience at Normal chapel. Ol.DIIAM & ClIENAULT Tho District Convention of the C. W. M. and Sunday School of the Chris- Gov. McCreary Recalls Epi B. tian churches met in Somerset from Wednesday until Friday of last week. sode When He Had a Narrow Richmond was represented by Mrs. W. Escape With His Life. J. Grinstead, Mrs. Gilbert Grinstead and little daughter, Dorothy. Mrs. E. C. A break for liberty on the part of con Wines and Elder E. B. Barnes and wife. victs in tho Frankfort penitentiary and Seven tons of Bibles, and none of them printed in English, was the ship a story of gratitude on the part of one o ment of the Amercian Bible Society the convicts to the man who had de last week. They went from the Bible fended him when accused, was told the h use in Astor Place, and were destined other day by Gov. McCreary when in for South Amercia, the neglected ConThey were in the reminiscent mood. The "break" took tinent Spanish and Portugues tongues with place when Gov. McCreary was in the some in the Indians and other Governor's office thirty-fiv- e years ago. dialects. Tho transporation companies The Governor !n talking about it said charge -- freight on Bibles as on other "One Sunday Mrs. McCreary and things, but they make a favorable rate. It was a very hot The First Church of Christ (Scientist) had been to church. holds services regularly every Sunday day and when I went back to the man in their apartments, 130 Second street. sion I was so hot that I removed my Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Les- coat, vest and collar, opened my shirt Wednesday son sermon nt 11 a. m. off my shoes. I was sitting in evening.testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. and took Free reading room 130 Second street. tne nail dozing when 1 heard a com open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wed- motion on the outside. I ran to the door nesdays and Fridays. Subject for next and saw convicts in their striped suits faunday, Juno 2, "Ancient and Modern dropping over the prison wall so fast Necromancy, or Mesmerism and Hypno mat one could hardly count them as tism Denounced. The public is corthey hit the ground. They had built dially invited to any and all services. series of steps on the inside of tho wall, Rev. M. F. Moores. of Wanesville N. O, with his wile and children, have climbed to the top and dropped down on been visiting relatives In this city and the outside. county. Mr. Moores is a native of this "Without thinking about my disarray county, and was a member of the Ky, and the fact that I did not havo on conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, for a number of years. shoes. I ran down the street calling for He was transrered to the Vk estcrn .North others lo come and help check the Carolina conference several years ago. break. John Griffin, now superintendent Mr. Moores has taken high rank in his of the Frankfort Water Company, was conference, he is stationed in the first appoin'ment in his district. Mrs living across the street from the man Moores is of one of the best families of sion and he ran to my assistance. Just North Carolina, one standing high in tho as I neared the place where the convicts work ot the church. Her sister Miss were going over the wall one convict, Terrie Buttrick is one of the mission aries of the church in Moxico. Mr. who had escaped, picked up a large Moores preached at the Methodist bowlder and said lo me: church on Sunday night a most excel " 'If you come a step farther I will lent sermon. His many friends of Ken brain you.' tucKy conference would be glad to have "As I had no weapon, naturally htm return to his home conference-The convict hesitated and stopped. The Woman's missionary society of tue Methodist church win bold an open still threatened me with the stone when moeting and reception in honor of Miss a trusty ran up from the gate. He had bdilh Leighty, in the Sunday School been attracted to the scene by the noise room on Thursday afternoon from 3 When he saw the man with o clock to 5:30. Miss Lelghty was ap and cries. drawn pointed hero last year as assistant to the stone to the back to hurl at me he convict: called out Miss liennett, by tho Woman's council " Don't hit that man; that is the of the church. In addition to this work Miss Lelghty has been associated with Governor.' the organization of tho churches for so "With that ho burled himself on the cial work, and has given most efficient convict and the two went to the ground The and holpful service as a deaconess. She in a rough and tumble fight. has greately endeared herself not only trusty" hammered the other man vith to tho members of the Methodist church his fist and finally beat him into helpbut, to the Chrtstain workers gener- lessness. He sat on the prostrate form ally who have learned, with much re of .his fellow convict until all trace of gret, that the authorities of the church resistance had ceased and the guards have felt it necessary to appoint her to bad come up. Then he arose. another field of labor. The Prayers "The man who saved me from being and best wishes of her many friends struck was a client or mine. He and here will follow hen She goes in the his brother had been tried in Madison near future lo Spartangbuiw, S. C to county for the killing of a man. The take charge of the "'Wesley House" brother escaped aftir hit.' conviction and there. was never heard of again. He said that my client had nothlrur to do with the A Testimonial. shooting and did aot know anything saw the shot hred. But Have been aelag "MARY" Flour,' about it until be my client was convicted and senteaead made by the Madison XilUof Co. for to the penitentiary for tea years. He had reaof aiied me as he ran up and the last five months and am always with the results o? my baking. saw the oonviet about, to strike ma with the atone, and at oaoe took my, side of I take pleasure in reeoatwamMaf it. Mm. X. A. DuaaUM. '1 went to my oAee toe next day and Boarluic House, Comer" Mala aad Bec-oa- d granted a full and free pardoa to that . ed Tho Adams Express Co. has established a branch money order office in the center of the city for the benefit of their patrons. Mr. Wm. A. Gummett, traveling solicitor, from Chicago, was hero last week, and the money order oftlco established with the Richmond Drug Company. The express business is flourishing and greatly increasing at this point and the new office- will bo great convenience to our people. To tho untiring efforts of Mr. C. S. Jcssup, tho local agent, is due the credit for this new office. The Company has also made arrangements with the Southern National Bank to handle travelers cheques in denominations of from $10 to $200. Any information concerning these checks can bo obtained through ,Mr. J. E. Grecnleaf, Cashier. Have you seen them? Our ready-t- o wear suits all colors andstyles $10.00. - CLAY BLAKEMAX Directors. Report of the Condition of the Waco Deposit Bank Doinjr business at Waco, Madison count v. Ky. at close of business on the lSth day of May. 1912 RESOURCES Formula-on-the-Label." Remedies Remember the name "PENSLAR." Remember what it means. "Higli est Quality and We've a great deal more to sar about Penslar. "Watch for it. See the Penslar goods ia our windows. Come in and ask about them. You may need a really reliable remedy some day. Learn about it now Loans and discounts witli one or more endorsers or sureties...$33.704 SO Real estate mortcaees. 11.703 23 Call loans on collateral 4.S0O 00 " 4.310 83 Time loans on 00 U. S. Bonds Other stocks. bonds.etc 520 00 4,OH 10 Due from Xat'l banks.. Due from State banks 00 and bankers 00 Tue from Trust comp's U.S. and National bank notes KM 00 1.393 78 Specie Checks and other cash 6100 items Excliance for clearing 00 house 00 Overdrafts (secured) .. GOO 92 Overdrufts(uusecured) KICK il ARNOLD. 00 Taxes Current expenses paid Ci) 31 Now is the time to havo your screen Real estate bk'ir house 1,977 40 00 Other real estate work done. Don't wait until tho flies Furniture and Fixt's... 1.S00 00 got in. Wo do all kinds of fly screen Other Assets not included- in any of above heads work. Baiu.ow & Doziek, Total . 39-t- f 307 East Main street. LIABILITIES $57.0(3 98 Stockton's Drug Store The Boy With a Watch is always tho envy of his companion? 4.00! 10 4,(03 73 CI G30 GO 92 4.400 71 00 . If you want to make boy give him a watoh that will keep real time. You can get one here f r very little money or for as much as jou rean-happ- yr . $70.G3; 09 Via guarantee all watches we handle and the guarantee of l!. s jewelry store meaas something. care to pay, $15,000 00 Capital Stock paid in. In cash 3.000 00 Surnlus fund.. 2.CUS 4 5.033 40 Undivided profits Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 47.541 G3 Deposits subject to check MAIN STREET on which interest is not Moses Hislc, Executor Plaintiff 2.5CS00 paid vs. of de Demand certificates posits (on which interest . Jessio Ilislo . Defendant 00 is paid Under and by virtue of a judgment Time certificates of (on which interest and order of sale, rendered at tho May 503 00 50,617 63 term oi the iuadison circuit Court, in is paid) $70,656 09 tno above styled action, the undersigned Total Master commissioner or earn Court, will State of Kentucky A County of Madison on I, R. M. Rowland. Cashier of the above bank, do 14, 1912 namedstatement solemnly swear that the Friday, above is true to the best of my knowledge and Delief. on the premises on tho College Hill and R. M. Rowland. Cashier. Howard's Creek Road, in Madison counSubscribed and sworn to before me this ty, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the 22nd day of May. 1912. My commission expires Jan. 10. 1914. highest and best bidder at public auc Wm. Benton, Notary Public. tion, a Commissioner's Sale. F. J. YEAGER RICnMOXD. IT ts I I 7Sm ffffl 0F7ZN YOU FACE "5 WHAT June C. L. SEARCY Tract of Land Containing 87 too acres, beginning at elm, corner to Harry Crawford and Louis Dickson, and bounded on the left by lands of Louis Dickson, on the south by lands of Annie Broaddus, on the east by lands of David Chenault, and on the A north by lands of Harry Crawford. full description can be had by applying to the commissioner. TEltMS Said land will bo sold on credit of six month's time, or purchaser can pay cash it desired. If sold on time. sale bonds with approved security will be taken bearing C per cent, intorest from day of salo until paid, with lien retained to secure payment of tho pur chase money. R. H. COVINGTON VARDY TAYLOR Directors Commissioner's Sale! State Baxk & Trust Co. vs. B. M. Staqner's Ex'its.&c. : Plaintiff Defendants Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the May Term of the Madison Circuit Court, in the above styled action. the undersigned. Master Commissioner of said court, will on Saturday, Tune 15th, 1912, live, WE from we grow old, and the last years should rar fncfrt ir. f U..-- household and kitchen furniture, farm A Splendid House and Lot ing implements and other things too numerous too mention. with all tho necessary outbuildings. on II. C. RICE, M. C. M. O. C located Tr. tho Bier Hill pike in . Rich- . . .1 i iiiuuu, ny., iroiiung on saiu piKO iju feot and running back same width 270 foet and beinsr the same property, conWE YOU voyed to B. M. Staeher by D. W. Van- devere, by deed dated Nov. 10, 100J, reBUY corded in Deed Book CO, Page 145, Madison Court Clerk's oftlco. TERMS: Said nrnnnrtv win hn nll on a credit of six and twelve months' time, the purchaser being required to execute sale bonds, bearing G per cent, interest from data of sain until nnin with a lien retained on the property sold until all tho purchase money is paid. Because we know it's good; U. C. RICE, If you knew this as well as we, iKlt X. C. M. C. C. on tho premises at 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest At the same time and place I will sell auction, the and best bidder at public following described pro a horse; i horses, one 11 good family a lot of perty; geese, and colt: 5 sheep; nrovirI havin? to i ' o TWe iuum UCCU uuuc imvt u the practice ot frugality and a live bank account " 1 J be free , Dy j r 111 t youill ASK TO HERE 5TATE BANK & TRU5T CO. RICHMOND, KY Our Meat The Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just dropv in among; the customers at We know you surely would. There's nothing better than best, this you'll admit a fact That we have it here, to prove by test, Would be the proper act. MilwPtrDOv The most durable rubber, the sturdiest construction, make strain-mixing T. O. Wm undisputed leaden bf right met accont SoU By Who AM Tires and Raw rcstone t Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 82 " Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 Second-s- Opera House Buildine streets Cp-stai- rt, ttt. tfuaty.' " t m Pooraocetite is a lura iim of in. Dairfd digestion. A few dfmam at Chambwlain'a Stomach and T.ivar Tablets will streagrthn your digMtiou and improve your apptH. Thousands have bMof beaentad by taking tbesa TabtoU. Sold bf ail dattors. lm The Climax $1 a Year a 'Catarrh The Richmond Climax. iTlth I.OCAI, Cannot Be Cured IONS, longr school teret.- - When the You'll ameled or to Minis lined ling! TIE CUM AX PRINTING (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller V. G. White tUrabtr si KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION CO want "Maj- - Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Treas. "Star" white en estic" zinc as Her cannot reach the seat ot tho dlwaas. Catarrh la. a bjood or conatltnUocal dtaeaae. and la order to cor. It jrou nrait take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure li taken Internally, and acta direct! opou tie blood and mucous lortace. Ball' Catarrh Cure la cot a quack medicine. It was br one ot the best ptrslcUBs in this conntrr tor years and Is a regular prescription. It is composed ot tie best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, actine directly on the mucon nurlacvs. The perfect combination ot the two inirredlenta is what pre duces tuch wonderful results la curing catarrh. Send tor testimonials, free, F. J. CHEXEr & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. pric. 755. Take nail's Family Tills for constipation. Beerd ef Sducfttioo. decided that the salaries sf tsvkrs mmt be equalized m much as possible, And the grading of the certiEeete the size of the district and school attendance shall be considered la fixing salaries." EADED OFF BY DIPLOMACY "Th.8t The Cameo Rings Muriel sat in the twilight, with a small box in her hand, unmindful of the shadows which were beginning to steal into the room. If one could bave peeped inside the box one would have seen a cameo ring of a peculiar style. She "was thinking of the one who'had given it to her eleven years ago. Just then a light tap at her door aroused her from her reverie, and she sprang to her feet. The box fell from her hand and rolld under the table." Oh, It's you. Miss Fuller!" she ex claimed, opening the door. "Yes, it's I," laughed a young voice. and a girl of about 20 came Into the room. "And why are you sitting in State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TIADiGff SCMIi m TEACIEXS Preparatory. State f ftlTVCITC cate. Life Diploma. AijJLO TUITHDN Certifl-VU- U County Certificate, Review, Special TO FREE APfWNTEES Summer Term Opens June 17, 1912 ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE KHehMcr'c Smecth Way of Egyptian From Mixing In War. KmIm Turco-Italian Address J. G. CRAB BE, President, Richmond, Ky. sad refrigerators. They are the best ice sav see the r0t Ask to EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBUSHERS LEAGUE. FFICE $1.00 PER YEAB Prof. McDougle and Prof. Sharon. At a meeting of tho County School Superintendents from severity-fou- r counties at Frankfort last week Prof. E. 0. McDougle, of tho 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 committee to prepare a bill to be presented to the next legislature, providing for payment by State of all institute instructors for pay for school teachers while attending institutes and for the abolition of all fees paid by teachers. Tho following from Frankfort is a full text of the proceedings of the gathering of Superintendents: "County School Superintendents from seventy-fou- r counties, the largest num-bo- r ever gathered together at ono time, are in Frankfort attending tho convocation of institute instructors. Tho superintendents aro greatly interested in a new law which allows an increased salary to the superintendents, dcupilo the fact that Attorney General Garnett has held that tho present superintendents cannot take advantage of it. The Attorney General says that the increase is not effective until new superintendents are elected. "Tho convocation this morning discussed instituto work and bow to secure uniformity in methods by the instructors. All county school teachers in rural schools are to bo elected this year on June 15, under a ruling of tho State Board of Education, which met here this afternoon with tho county school superintendents of the State. The board decided that the new school law, which is effective on Juno 12, trill govern this year. 'County superintendents and teachformers' institute instructors ed State organizations and each elected officers. Each started a movement for better salaries for school teachers and for a general betterment of tho educational conditions in Kentucky. Tho institute instructor's desiroto be placed on a better basis, and will prepare a bill, to be ofTored at the next session of the legislature, providing for payment by tho Stato of all instituto instructors, for pay for school teachers while attending institutes and for tho abolition of all Tees paid by teachers. The bill will provide for tho appropriation of $25,000 for tho holding of institutes and that no instructor shall conduct institutes until he has been granted a licenso by tho State Board of Education. Tho follow ing officers were elected by tho institute workers: E. C. McDougle, Richmond, president: C. L). Lewis, Uoroa, vice- preident; J. W. Ireland, Stanford, secre tary. "The county superintendents formed their State organization by the election of the following officers: J. L. Jayn, Boyd county, president; E. H. White, Warrer. county, vico president; Lucille Grogan, Calloway county, secrotary.and S. L. Chandler, Henry county.treasurer. They will present a bill providing for tho election of all teachers by the coun ty boards of education instead of by tho district boards, and also will ask for in creased pay for school teachers with a I IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. MAY 20 - 1912 ers and most reasonably priced, BUTGHERY IN TABRIZ Atrocities Committed in Persian City by Russians. Many of Leading Citizens, Including a Venerated Priest, Hanged by the Cossacks, Says Correspondent In Letter. "Star" before you buy. W. F. HIGOINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky erms Spread in Skin ; Paris. Detailed accounts of the atrociUes committed by Kusslan troops In Persia during tho last two or three months are at length available. Tho League for the Rights of Peoples has obtained two letters from Persian cor. respondents. Both letters are from Tabriz, the chief commercial town ot Persia, which the Russians bombarded and seized. The first is dated Janu ary 14: remedies ztc caused by myriadsn of never seenfor skin trouble but havo such remarkable cures as wort in the skin. I less promptly destroed thoe from D. 1J. D. Prescription. 3 an ultiply. gnawing their v relief from the very flrst appliiriio the sensitive tlsot e. cation. D. We T'.ut causes that awful itch. Trill are so confident that D. D.cost a. mere ranu reach your caso that It 'will t and develop into a you nothing if the very first full size 7 U'rw : I torturing akin disease bottle falls to make good every claim. r ,r at misery. If you have skin trouble of any " ,,r. rhesaoes! Destroy the kind we certainly advise you to drop t tronWe tn and laveatUtate the merits of D. D. '.. trinnloar f th . - i.it'uni; and cleansing We know that D. D. D. D. anywayI' far Rraetna. vlUc vill iwse tbie te you. wttt help you. In-fta- nt . i 5 rsorlaIs and other rttin TVe have had experience with many v ' What Have Manure Spreaders Done For Your Neighbors? December 18 the Russian army en tered Tabriz without having warned the authorities of the city. This act only served to make the populaUon Indignant, as it saw its rights violated. '. n- ..-- - STOCKTON & SON Tiie Fiire lis Out After Consuming Our Entire Plant next time ajpl local dealer, you see the get him to come of and Stock We desire o thank our friends for their numerous kindly expressions of sympathy and announce that we arc filling all orders that were on our books and preparing to accept new ones which shall be handled as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. 1 give you the history of the I H C manure spreaders he has sold. Then get the story of other spreaders and draw your own conclusions as to which spreader does the best work at the lowest cost. Durability pays. The spreader that does the best work for the longest time is the cheapest to buy. The more you find out about spreaders, the more certain you will be to go to the local dealer and buy an ease See Us Before Placing Your Order Elsewhere I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century We have opined an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Corn King or Cloverleaf The best spreaders made are the I H C manure spreaders your local dealer sells, andt if you give him a chance he will soon convince you of that fact and give you good common-sens- e reasons for buying an I H C spreader from him. International Hamster Company of Qicaro Incorporated NYjf L & A-- Depot Tt ltJiepuuiie I -- Orr tc nil Aitrlci USA "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. jVfary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't cat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my life! Now, I can do anything.' I H C Serrlcs Bureau The purpose of this Bureau is to furnish, free of charge to all. the best information obtainable on better farming. If you hare any worthy questions concerning soils, crop, land drainage, irrigation, fertilisers, etc make your lngjlries specific and send them to I H C Service Bureau. Harvester Building, Chicago. USA The nationalists, at sight ot foreign ers mixing in the affairs of their country, became exasperated. Fighting was imminent between them and the Russian Cossacks. December 22 the Russians began a heavy bombardment. Shells fell everywhere in the city. The population became maddened. The flag from the American consulate was struck off by a shell. 'On the 23d the nationalists seized the Russian barracks, which are in the Armenian quarter. More than twenty Cossacks were killed or wounded. Atrocitiesegan. The Russians entered nouses, Burning, saciung, Killing ana pillaging. They struck down the children who resisted before their fathers and mothers and carried off the young girls when they could. Others came on to the Adgi bridge over the River Amere and again began a bombard ment ot the unhappy city, which in the last few years had already seen so many indescribable horrors. In this struggle there were about 100 Russian soldiers killed and about as many Persian nationalists, but above that there, were more than 800 victims, in cluding defenseless women and chil dren, massacred by the Cossacks. The latter also hanged several members ot the municipal council of Tabriz. Chief among these may be mentioned Schalkh Salim, and bis uncle, but what caused the greatest excitement, even among the foreigners, was the hanging of a religious man universally respected, according to the consuls of all the European countries, on account of his Influence, his good sense and his liberal mind. "On the 2Cth the Russians, after having taken possession of tho buildings, custom houses and the postofflces, set fire to them. In the face of all these atrociUes and the great misery of the populaUon of Ta briz, the Russian commander-in-chie- f ordered to be shot two of the Russian soldiers guilty of excessive atrociUes. There are many more things to say. but I have neither the will nor the strength. In conclusion I will say only that the beautiful city of Tabriz has become a veritable cemetery and that Is the only reason that peace reigns there at present." Sikat-ul-Isla- Egypt Is actually a Turkish province, although the DrlUsh control is bo omplete and tenacious that the sov ereignty of Turkey is of tho most shadowy kind. None the less Turkey has the nominal right to order the Egyptian army to cross" the frontier Into Tripoli and to help in the dlscom- ature of the Italian Invaders. But al though Turkey has wisely refrained Irom Issuing, orders that would not be sbeyed there has been a desire on he part of many. Egyptian officers to rolunteer in hertcause, and these of- Seers have asked Lord Kitchener's permission to absent themselves from their posts for that purpose. Lord Kitchener's reply, quoted In the Fortnightly Review, shows a certain humor that must be classified imong the finer weapons of diplomacy. He says he would gladly give the desired permission, but he fears that the upward pressure in the Junior ranks of ihe Egyptian army would compel him to place the absentees on the retired list, which would be a grievous return for patriotic valor. So he advises them curb their heroic ambitions, so natural to Egyptians, and stay at home. To a number of nomad Bedou ins, who made similar applications Lord Kitchener expressed his surprise that they should wish to fight at alL Not having regarded them in the light warriors, he had never included them'ln the Egyptian conscription, an rror that should be henceforth cor rected in view of their martial in itiations. Thereupon the Bedouins lecided that there was no place like sar-Jon- lc TIME ROBBING '(ft the dark?" T didn't realize it was so late," ex plained Muriel, as she turned on the light She stooped to pick up the box, but it had opened and the ring 'That's, a peculiar ring," she said. "and a beautiful one." Muriel's face crimsoned. "Yes. It has a strange setting," she replied. Tva had it a lone time. A very dear friend gave It to me." "Would you mind telling me about It?" said the girl, softly, and she slipped her arms about the other's neck. Lois Fuller was a niece of Muriel's landlady, and during the last year had frequently visited her aunt Muriel had seen quite a lot of the girl, for nearly every evening during her stay she had come up to Muriel s room. Lois was expectant, and at last the other broke the silence. "I've never told any one before," she said, "but perhaps it may do me good to confide in you. I was very young when I flrst met Philip Browning." Here Lois gave a little start, hut Muriel did not notice It. "He was an artist and came to our village the summer I was 17. He was a constant visitor at our home during his stay in town, and as he was far superior to any young man I had ever seen, it was not long before I grew to admire him. "Before he returned to the city In the autumn he told me that he loved me. There was no happier girl in the world than I when he put this ring on my finger. He said that it was an heirloom and showed me ring which was exactly like it, only a little smaller. "This he wore on his watch chain. His parents had died when he was a child, and the rings had been left for him. This one was his mother's be-on-oth- had fallen out- - bk mii Kv th Standanl Adr. Go. borne. ROTLCT yourself with a bank account. Every man is entitled to a competency. We all earn one. The wise man saves his. 5 tart vou T3ANK ACCOUNT now. Add to it at each opportunity and you arrest time. F1 V. H0UGHT SHE DESERVED AID Mother of Six Fine Babies Glad to RecelvoAdvlce of Stato Board. Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary of the state board of health, some time ago conceived the Idea of sending to the mother of every baby reported at the STATE. BANK & TRUST RICHMOND, KY CO. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of an ExbhUo N. 1, directed to me, which issued from tile Clerk's ollioo of the Madisea Ckattit Ceurt in favor of M. B. White agatest Lucy Hockaday and Walter Heokaday, I, or one of my deputies, will or 94ft, end of every month some educational material from the state board office, together with a polite note wishing the mother and child well, and offering to help the mother in any way the board might do so to enable the baby to be started right in lt3 life battle. In re ply to one of the communications, Dr. Hurty a few days ago received the following letter: I would like to Inquire as to the nature of the help you are prepared to give to the mother of six fine, healthy youngsters. 1 doubtless shall wish advice, as sixty ' dollars a month doesn't admit of extensive fees to a physician, and I feol that as a woman who has made the struggle I have to give my offspring the mental, physical and moral status which Is theirs 1 should have all the aid possible. There Is not an old soldier, no matter how bravely he has fought, so deserving as a faithful wife and mother. I thank you very much for your kind offer." Indianapolis News. Dragon Not China's Emblem. As shown in its prompt repudiation by the republic of China, the dragon was not the emblem of China; it was the emblem of the late imperial fam ily of Manchus. This Oriental dragon is one of the powers of the air, al though wingless: one of the forces of nature which the Taolst religion has defied. The dragon kings dwell part- lv in water and partly on land: their shrines are for that reason erected on river banks. The germ of the dragon idea in the primitive races inheres in some persistent memory of the great er lizards, such as the crocodile of the warmer waters. The Chinese dragon being without wings Is accord ingly closer to type than la the winged dragon of the mythology of our more remote and northern race. As late as the "Hlstorla animallum" of Con rad Gesner (1564) science believed that one had but to travel far enough. say to the more remote defiles of the Alps, and he would surely encounter dragons. Miles, Long and Short. Considering the size of Switzerland one might expect a mile to be about as far as one could throw a ball, but the hardy mountaineers think 9,153 yards the proper thing, even when, as it generally Is, It is very much up hill. The Swiss is the longest mile of all, being followed by the Vienna post mile of 8,296 yards. The Flemish mile Is 6,869 yards, the Prussian 8,237 yards, and In Denmark they walk 8,244 yards and call It a stroll of a mile. The Arabs generally ride good horses and call 2,143 yards a mile, while the Turks are satisfied with 1,826 yards, and the Italians shorten the distance of a mile-- to 1,766 yards. Just six yards more than the American has In mind when the agent waves his hand and blandly remarks, "About a mile." taws John R. Gibson & Cos Store. The MondaV, June 3rd, 1912 wear the other ring, as he himself was between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. doing, on his watch chain. and 2 o'clock p. m.. at the Court House "The days after this were very door in Richmond, Madison cotMty.Ky., bright until Philip was obliged to re expose to public sale, to the highest and turn home. At first I was lonely, hut best bidder, the following described proI tried to comfort myself with the perty (or so muoh thereof as may be thought that wo would not be sepnecessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, inarated very long, for the following terest and cost), $2,901.40 and June we were to be married. I grew the costs of this action, the life estate of quite happy again as I made my Lucy Hockaday in plans for our new home, but In a few weeks my happiness turned into sor ACRES OF LAND row. My father was suddenly taken 111 with pneumonia and in less than a oo the fortnight I was left alone. This was more or less, Kirksvilie waters of Silver Magisterial Disthe my Creek in a severe blow to me. for I loved trict in Madison county.Ky., and boundfather very dearly. Now I only had ed as follows: On the north by lands of to-wi-i: 7Ti m m ry 44 smartest try ami Use material. Y must see 5tand the Percheron Stallion Will TREASURE JUG MADE IN 1798 Product of a Pottery That Stood Near Site of tho Present Hall of Records. Milwaukee. An ancient bit of pottery is in the possesion of Mrs. L. B. of Fort Atkinson, and has Congress has ordered the United States Caswell Jr., family many years. It of two been in their Mints to start the making at once bears the Inscription, "New York, Feb. cent 17, 1798. Mfd. by Clarkson and f new coins. The first is a one-hal- and Three New Cent Pieces. One-Ha- lf Cro-llus- ." TAKE LARDUI i The Woman'sTonic piece and the second a three cent piece, Tho object of now coins is to cut down ickol charges on many small articles and also to aid women folks to meet the 10 and 8 3 cent art! price of 12 des wtihout usinir a hatchet or cold chisel. 2, 2-- or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, the paips peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip fczdeache, dragging-dow- n cr limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. Consolation. Dili vou read that latest thing from the great soul of William Jennings Bryan, delivered at the memorial meet ing of the Tltanic's dead? Write to- - Udies'AdYisorrDtpLCJnttenooga Medicine Co, Chartanood, Tena, f 3r Sceaal Instructions, and book. H ome Treatment for Women." sent Iree. J 54 Quality Groceries Await You Here ve tell you there's money for you in trad- at our store, oooa orocent win inExtra values for your the reach of all. money. It pays to sell Quality Goods. - 1 Let no man bring to my death bed for my consolation Darwin s ue- Rather, let my friends centofMan.' Psalm: read to mo the Twenty-thir- d The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not wanL' " To all peoplo who think for them The Jug came into the family In the selves there comes at somo time in life, early part of the nineteenth century this proposition: when their ancestors lived at Middle- Either I am descended from a soul ton, a few miles from Utlca, N. Y. less, stomachless,. brainless, spineless . T germ, as science ueciares, or a am nuiu DOG SAVES LIFE OF MASTER God. is a precious possession, and when it also bears the genuine stamp of Clark-so- n and Crolius Its value Is greatly enhanced. These two men conducted a pottery on what, it is said, was called "Potter's Hill" in New York city, about where the Hall of Records now stands. Here they manufactured their quaint pieces out of rough native clay, throw-hi-t: them all upon the wheel as the fashion of pottery making was in those davs. no casts" or molds were used, and bo the individuality of the maker was apparent in every piece. This old Jug Is a rich olive brown in color with decorations In dark blue letTho decorating and tering was all done by hand. It is 11 Inches high and 26 Inches In A piece of pottery 113 years old BRILLIANT D. at For tho season of 1912, at my mother'; place near Richmond, on liig iiiil pin $15 to Insure a Living Col PEDIGREE: Brilliant D. is a Por cheron colt, bred by W. R. Grimsley of Sweetwater, III., color ?ray, foaled ApHl c loon. Sired bv Gaulor's Percheron stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletchor & Coleman, of Wayne, m. uauior: sired by Etrotat. ho by olean, he by Bieneviilo, ho by Volatire, he by Bnl liant Dam Mag.black mare by Roscoo, he by Jas. Brown s Brilliant, a prize winner at the Chicago World's Fair, he bv Brilliant, ono of the most noted Per cherons of either Franco or America.for which Mr. Dunham was ottered a very loni? urico to lot him eo back to France, So it will be scck that Brilliant D. is verv deeply oreu in tno urnuani oioou, ami i fully entitled to tho name of Bril- liant. I wish to impress upon parties having mares to breed, that Brilliant D. weighs 1700 pounds. I believo the time is at hand when it takes woigbt to bring Readers of the Breeders tho money. Gazette will notice that within the last few days large numbers of Percheron mares have boen sold for prices around and exceeding $500. Caro taken to pre but not responsible vent accidents, Lien retained should any occur. colt until service feo is paid, or bred to another horse. See Prices Quoted Below For This Week 25c? 7 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 0 bars Ideal Soap 25c . -8 bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Clean Easy Soari . & G. JEaptha Soap 25c 0 bars White P. 1 -- The study of the scientific side of this proposition is fascinating, the argument full of logic. The end arrived at is a blank wall, with no hope, no consola tion. We're simply soulless brutes of hleh degreo and life is but a contempti We go ble ioko on the spermatozoa. in Titanics and that's the last oi down ns our widows, orphans and ik ico friends arc concerned. Disbelief, loved lionolessncss, despair! But when a man has reached Bryan s age, ho sees that all the happiness possible in this life doesn't suffice, with Death and Eternity knocking at the door; that all the force of reason.all the deductions of logic fall short of what thinking men Faithful Collie Brings Aid to Mlssou- With rian Stricken Apoplexy. Sewell & McKintiey Phones I 1 6 and 223 You Eat. You Need Digstit, The New Relief For Indigestioti. any' kos boen stated that more ihar You can t ry it for yourself without fails to give you aDsoiuW rs i ton people la the United rkk- -if it. 'J tare iclims of some form of in ntirfaHlnn. vour taoaey will be returnTtiutit is a IHtle tablet r ica The Amoricam.TeorIe'uo not 'O JU" ! t:sne enough to eat. The result is eac v to aw bftvw tmd absolutely armlf eb distress, gas, belch'm, inaigev ... ftrVtatS UsV dyspepsia. and cure dyppi- is the new reHef H Ms been trM aftKaWn? though yon we not i certalc, juick and perir-attrj- it andivea yon al Xhoutanda of pep nave sick. it a af wn the sour akKscK itosa year food 50c. relief frotrJ if uae. M Ther :eats oe i!o in our ice are proof Kansas City, Mo. A faithful dog probably saved tho life of his master. Bainbrldgo Howard, a pioneer resident ot this city. Howard, accompanied by his collie, started for a walk last night, ana at an Isolated spot in his apple orchard was BtncKen witn apoptexy. he lay for hours while the dog made frequoat trips to tho hou60, whining and scratching at the door each time. Meanwhile Mrs. Howard, who is iu years old, sat alone in the house won dering what had become oi ner When the dog attracted her at must have, tention the Intelligent animal led ner d Face to face with Forever, man turns to her hhcohscIos nusband. She neighbors, who carried the old deep hole which logic has dug from the downward and turns his face upward to nan boate catch the blessed, satisfying rays of The Difference. faith from on high. The picture of his is mora fun to see a man road a It child's cold corpse knocking about wltn on himself in a newspaper than to the cadavers in the Titantlc coffln.down puffa fat man slip on a banana peei. see there in the sea, gives place to a picture over ueace on ice Thn narrow minded man reades It goes r hnnnv.I safe,. at -v; - r.v li seven or eight times, and then hreast of God. the Father. ho can J.ne around to appropriate what copies Lot science gnaw her husks. man goes around to kind ! thn shonherd ot mose we vb The t iiUtM pays what, ho owes. Iho inv.,1 and lost awhile" and His rod the office and successful business man who advertises Ciaeia and 'His staff shall comfort u rsKulary and makes money by it, immo-- fr TUE PROMISING YOUNG JACK aua-ban- d. Trout. Gathered In Twelve-Poun-d Is said to be the largest trout caught In Montana streams was re- calved from J. W. Scott proprietor of the hotel at Armstead. It weighed 13 pounds, 8 ounces. From Up ot tail to mouth it measured nearly three Gossip. feet in length, a yardsUck extending an Inch at each end when laid be Says Saline County (Mo.,) Citizen: side the catch. It was 16 Inches fish, measuring over the 'Gossip is a humming bird with eagle around tho back fins. wings and a voice like a fog horn. It The fish was dressed and when in Butte tipped the scales at can bo heard from Dan to Beersheba, 12 pounds. Anaconda Standard. and has caused more trouble than all the ticks, fleas, mosqultos.cayotes.grass-hoDoer- s. chinch bugs," rattlesnakes. Each Person Averages cyclones, earthquakes,blizzards, sharks, $253 a Year Postage. vnllow fever, rout and in. years ago the people in Twenty-fiv- e United States has the United States spent on an average "'6""" will know when the universe 77 cents a year in postage. Now the. known or average is three times this sum, being shuts up and begins tho final invoice. I $2.53 a year. The same scale of spend- - Tn ott,er words, it has got war and hell hign ing in all directions explains the paed Up in a corner and yelling cost of living. for ice water. It What the town. CMI Phillip left Lucy Hockaday; east ami south by the "Up to that time ho had written me lands of Parker Anderson, and on the long, loving letters, and It was a cruel west by tho Paint Lick turnpike. Levied shock to me the month following my upon as property of Lucy Hockaday and R. Gibson Co. father's death to pick up a paper and Waller Hockaday. read of his marriage." TERMS: Sale will be made on a I Pbone 500 When Muriel had finished, Lois was credit of three (3) months, bond with apyou proved security required, bearing inlooking very thoughtful. "Aro sure that there wasn't some mis terest at the rate of 0 por cent, per an When you go traveling, be sure to get num from day vif sale, and having the take?" she said. travellers checks from the Madison Oh. no," answered Muriel, "there force and elfect of a sale bond. National Bank. Good the world over. D. A. McCORD. S. M. C. wasn't any mistake. I only hope he 15-t- f is happy without doubt he is. May 15, 1912. 473 No indentitication required. and he probably never gives a thought to tho girl ho used to know so long ago. Lois murmured a few words of sym pathy and then, after a little while. she left Muriel alone. One evening, about two weeks after ward, a feeling which Muriel could not define compelled her to again look at the cameo ring. After a little while NEW 1912 she slipped it on her finger. At this juncture Lois came up to her room. ber eyes sparkling and her cheeks flushed with excitement 'Auntie has gone out," she said. 'and I have a caller downstairs a Just received and are on sale at cousin of mine. I want you to meet him. You'll come down, won't yon?" RolI2 As they entered the living room. made bright and cozy by a glowing open Are, Muriel started as a tall, familiar figure stepped toward them. up In price. Remember we sell you Philip Browning! Could it be pos sible? Yes, it was he and no other Borders Same who took her trembling hands in his. It took her only a few minutes to they match. find out that there had been a mistake after all. It was Philip's brother who had married, and it was. through an We will hang your paper at 10c per roll iS yards), bottlers and error of the paper that Philip's name ings same price, and do your painting at the lowest price, first-clawas used. workmen employed He told her how pained, he was Wall Paper, Paints when he received the letter unopened. 213 West Main and how he had written after that Oils and Glass, several times, only to have every letPictures, Frames ter returned to him in the same way. And MIrrnr At last he had been forced to believe no longer. It that she cared for him was then that he had gone abroad, and he had returned home only two months ago. "I owe my good fortuno In finding you to Lois." he said, and he looked around gratefully, but his cousin had slipped from the room. Among the Browning's possessions there Is nothing they prize more than the cameo rings. John 6 TEN THOUSAND ROLLS WALL PAPERS -8 a 12 c Single Yards 4c, 5c, 6c Price as Papers Paper Hanging and Painting ss Wi llninn V. aLLLLLlaLLnvLLLLH LLLLHBHHHVS H .m-,11.- 1 Bf-- . sum-atone- fA ti..' rl Jasioa Madison County's trip to Mammoth Will also make the season at tho same Cave will be June 19. The round trip time and place, at railroad fare from all the stations In the the the S10 to Insure a Living Colt county $5.05, allfor theexpenses at days the three Caye Hotel 90.50 "Mnnnv due when colt is foaled, mare trip. This latter amount iaelsKies your parted with or bred to another horse or the several hMrf at Cave Hotel jack. good head routes through the Cave, Making tee exThis lack is of big bone, mil ir nnrl mint bo seen to bo appre pense fer a grind three days eutlng to ciated. His colts which have been foal- the great Subtertvaeeo weeder for 112.15. ed, are of exceptional aizo and quality. The hotel has been reeerved for this per. Tnw will ba to the mule world ticular date . Tieketi ea sale from all what Poter tho fireat, and Rex Peavlne station. A peeHy oowluefced trip. natl fW. TfeKTsWR eoaehe en regular morning of yor the two walk down tho street, anu tno ii, i wmiwiuW His first dam v trelM. Write or phone the L. Now the time to get VuiainMc mm takes sugar in hi and (t., Andv, D bv Tom Keene, he by 1 ou do it By rheumatism. . ... ... . umwugwn . 2d dam by Lsar'a " .. A In u nuoe 'T.H1!. they both mi a erove or two mu un In nua Mttlw down en their- Napoleon. on graei at 19 cents per Board and Lodging . - . ..-- ", Mares kept a,.k u t.h. bit- daynrv" Tv., fiw on - Not feHKiMe foe aeeWrti, but for ive or six. Aleo tew large rooms perenee of a mustard seed to prevent same. . with two email ooea .4Jriafaf , poreh need ol rllackimitfiia Obecrver, Whan in ground. -f-lHpin wm allo kUmd roy Silver Creek Bed .wi mw norMaieedavtions with the - different mar at its branches, Fanning ImploDesUherage deairei to pur-- 1 Boar tf og at l.w c&sn "Wool" Mas. OLAsuTmATum, above. WM- - B. TURLEY, monU. Butt'", CwrigB, Wagona, ehae your wool and sriU pay t&e high01N. Second 8t Telephone 180. Kiorimona.ivy, ao,tf. viubkmr Or Ac, xsi priest from R. tf tf est oath prices for tame, TTniAtt CifV. Kv. unk. Long Tom Mammoth Cave FOSTER'S OPAL An All Cast Range With a Record : : I . . I 3I down the throat of a "caper" chlckea destroys- - tho worm nd saves the chicks lite. A few drop In th driailrur wata-.- a, a. whit dUftlwe. reap, cbokrt aad otter chicle dtseaws. CURES wed PfttVCWTS CAPES -- m ar L BourfaonPouitryGmpe Hakes 13 One 50c AoilW ol 1 Cee blSS oCMedlctoe. abocU VrUs) for trws Msn tkn llEaw a bottt By actual test we have demonstrated first:" That with only eight pounds of fuel FOSTER'S OPAL will cook a meal, bake two pans of biscuits, oa-- after the other aad neat twelve quarts of dish water in tbe reervkr b1 all in forty Minute from the it ate sf tigfetiNg the match. Seod: oi soft eoal will do all ia Three cooking and baking for a targe family lor Yours vey truly, a full week. bial . Addiese -- Sold by Perry s Drug; Store W.D. Bockley & Conpaoy 1 41-3- ut Best Pump on Eartt Highest For wells or cisterns Over award wherever exhibited 500,000 in daily use. dt It draws ten gallons of water per minute. It will not freeze, having stood the test of 38 dearies below zero. A boj enn draw water with ease well. from a It can be put up in fifteen minutes, as it had no attachments below the ten-year-o- ld FOR .CONGRESS. V W SAKE a a HER HBES CHINK, candidate for Congress in the Eighth District, subjet to the action of the Democratic Primary to be lield m Vltli ifcDU va- - mmvuiii wa august 3, 112. 30-fo- ot platform. No wire between cups or hole in flatlink. Guaranteed to purify any foul well or cistern in ten days of ordinary use. Warranted to outwear any pump on Guaranteed ten years Cbaia made of best galvanized steel coaoeeted with solid, heavy galvanised seventeen guape flat link. The JWs GftlranHeU Steel Corru eatea Curb. HReqanled in merit Most handsome aad durability. and strongest made. SOLD BY- - the market. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Plionc 270 B. F. HURST. Prop. Richmond, Ky. Building Time Will soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for structing or repairing buildings. All All work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me :::::: Jeff Stone SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCgNNAT. A&D RETURN JUNE. 2, 1912 Sunday, SI. 50 Trip Round $.50 Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs.NICHOLASVILLE 6:44 a.m. 01 ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Notice! Poultry Raisers CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecR, Roup, Canker, WO CtJUK. to PAT Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry " J.l- - t:..Ll . Mill it Bum " " t II ' ' - We are authorized to announce J, A. SULLIVAN, a candidate lor Congress from the Eighth Congressional Districr, t subject to the action of the Democratic Some of the Long Term Prleir ' Stillwater Have Balne Rangparty. ing From $1,000 to $T,500 FOR SHKRIFF to Their Credit. , The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deatherage as a candidate for St? Paul, Minn. "While the capitalSheriff of Madison county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. ists ot the country have patronizingly The Climax is authorized to announce advised young persons to "save their John F. Baldwin as a candidate for pennies and be rich some day," the Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to prisoners at Stillwater penitentiary the action of the Democratic party. have been J)iding their time, hoarding We are authorized to announce X. their small earnings unUl many of JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison them have sums ranging from ?1,000 county, subject to the action p( the Demo to $1,500 to their individual credit, accratic party. We ore authorized to announce II. II cording to the report of a visit to the COLYKR a candidate for Sheriff of Mndi eon county, subject to tbe action of the Institution made by J. TX. Swann, a Democratic party. member, and J. C. Matchltt, secretary We are hereby authorized to announce of the state board ofvisitors. The reVAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheriff port was submitted' to Governor Eber-ha- rt of Madison County, subjeet to .the action of the Democratic party. The report does not say how long Wo are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of these particular prisoners have been Madison county, subject to the action of confined in the penitentiary, but some the Democratic party. light Is thrown on their saving ability by the following paragraph from the FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce report: "In December, 1911, the 66 men IT. C. Rice as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to tho employed in the farm machinery division received an average pay of $4.85 action of tne Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce a man; the 205 men In the shoo factory-receivean average for the month of Judge W. .R. Shackelford as a candi to the oillce of $4.03 a man; the 114 men In the supdate for County Judge of Madison county, sub- port division (cooks, waiters, barbers, ject to the action of the' Democratic etc) received an average of $4.63 party. each." Taking up the suggesUon of GovernFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce judge or Eberhart that some means be proj. j. gueesleaf a candidate for County vided for state aid to families left In Attorney of Madison county, subject to need by prisoners committed to workthe action oi tne Democratic party. houses and the state prison, the reWe are authorized to announce S. A. port, referring only to the latter, says D Jones as a candidate for County At that "but five per cent of the men torney of Madison county, subject to In state prison have families they the action ot the Democratic party. have left In need of state aid." We are authorized to announce R. IT, "This is because the prisoners as a CROOKK a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic whole are men of roving characters, Prty. who have no settled home and who, We are authorized to announco O. P. accordingly, have no one dependent to upon them. Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madi "In this connection," the report conson county, subject to the action of the tinues, "a law enacted in 1909 is of Democratic party. to announce special interest It provides for state e are authorized Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for aid for dependent families of men In County Attorney of Madison coanty, sub the state prison. Families are now beject to the action of the Democratic ing paid as high as $15 a month under party. this humane 1909 law." Commenting on the recently estabSCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce BENI A lished prison for the criminal Insane II Jllll.. J UIIIUIIIUIC IUI uu. says there are .111. A. perintendent of Public Schools of Madison at St Peter, the report county, subject to the action of the Demo ten prisoners at Stillwater so adcratic party. vanced in Insanity they are unable to Weareauthorized to announce Win. do work, while there are thirty others Brock a candidate for Superintendent of who are able to work part of the time. Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to the action ot the Democratic party Then it adds: We are authorized to announce Prof. "It Is doubUess true that there are a Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Super sufficient number of criminal insane intendent of Public Schools, subject to at Stillwater and other state instituthe action of the Democratic party. tions to fill completely another such FOR JAILER building as now houses this class ot We are authorized to announce MORGAN unfortunates at St Peter." TAYLOR a candidate for Jallerof Madison Conditions, from a sanitary and county, subject to the action of the Demo cleanly standpoint are excellent at cratic party. We are authorized to announce Clyde the InstltuUon, the report says, addRayburx a candidate for Jailer of Mad ing: ison county, subject to the action of tho "In spite of the fact that the buildDemocratic party. ings and general plant are old and out Wo are authorized to announce N of date, the best Is made of every dls Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of advantage a fact that has given War Madison county, subject to the action or den Wolfer for many years the repu the Democratic party. tation of being unexcelled." We are authorized to announco W. Joe Waters for Jailer of Madison county. subject to the action of the Democratic ROBBER AS CANDIDATE'S AID party. Kansas Horsethlef Distributes Cards FOR ASSESSOR on Man Seeking Sheriff's We are authorized to announce GEORGE Office. NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of tne Democratic party. Ottawa, Kan. "I wish you lived We are authorized to announce W. F. I ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Mad over in Douglas county, so you could ison county, subject to the action of tbe vote for Joe Dalley. He's a good Democratic party friend of mine and Is running for sher . . t TIITl?T.f JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of iff," said a stranger who had just sold Madison county subject to the action of the a horse to a buyer in Ottawa. With isemucraui: puny. the verbal Indorsement he offered We are authorized to announce P. S. bunch of "Vote for Dalley" cards. It WHITLOCK, a candidate for tho office developed the other day that the horse of Assessor of Madison county, subjec had been stolen and that when the to the action of the Democratic party thief drove out of tho livery barn at FOR COUNTY CLERK Lawrence, where the animal was own The Climax is authorized to announce ed, Joe Dalley, a police officer, offered R. B. Terrill as a candidate for the office the stranger his campaign card. of County Clerk of Madison county, sub"Sure, I know you," replied the man, ject to the action of the Democratic "You're a good officer. Give me party. and I'll distribute them We are authorized to announce LaRueC. bunch of cards House a candidate for County Cleric fo. through the county." ?iaaison county subject to the action And the thief remained true to the Democratic party policeman who is running for sheriff. FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce S1URRAY SMITH a candidate for City At torney oi .Richmond, subject to the action of 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 action of the Democratic partv. 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 of tne utty ot iticbmond, subject to the ac lion ot the Democratic party. WASH COAL TO ADD Thrifty Cwwicts, f MintwMta Prison Hwdfof Earning, Seng A Sensation Cawritht, igti, br Awociitcd Dressing for the Party "Oh, say, mother, I don't want 'em manicured," protested the . boy who was going to a patty. "Shiny nails are awful sissy. Why, Bill's never had his nails polished, and he said to me Just yesterday that he'd never heard of anybody having to take a bath every day except me. I've asked every boy in this block and there ain't a single fellow who has to take a bath more'n once a week. Now I've got to .take an extra one this after noon on account of Maybelle's party! Gee! I don't want to go to her old baby doll party. "Say, mother, have I got to go? Well, I think It's mean having parties on Saturday. I wish I was lame, so I couldn't dance, and then no girl would want me to her party. I don't see why tho girls are always having I Lit.ruy FrMt) FjHMiwiwT Taft has signal tha Caa- Inili' tobacco bill which was ' geUa through Congress by the efforts of Um representative of the Seventh' district, and this bill provides for a census showing how much unmanufactured tobacco is in tbe hands of the manufacturers. This information ought to be of great advantage to the growers generally and will, in a measure, pre vent manipulation of the tobacco market saasi-aanu- ik Carruthers jammed his note book Into his pocket; lit his big calabash pipe, took up his walking stick and sett hat and whistled to his dog, Mike. A moment later he was swinging off across the fields surrounding the aviation club. Carruthers could not tell the dog that he had written a story in which an airship figured and that his knowledge ot Mrd men and their craft was lamentably meager. "We will stroll about tho fields, Mlkey, in the hope that some conqueror of the air will chance to pass over our ignorant heads. In that way we may glean a sufficient atmosphere to makevOur story real." Half an hour later Carruthers was lying full length in the long grass. Mike, more or less disgusted that the walk bad turned out as it usually did, nosed about for venturesome snakes and moles. Suddenly he pricked up his ears. A buzzing as of many bees disturbed the silence. The noise grew louder, nearer, Mike circled about like mad until he caught sight of the great flying thing that was approaching nearer and Will President Taft have the nerve to veto the Democrat bill cutting the tariff on woolens? Schedule K places a tax of 141 per cent on wool fabric?, 105 on cheap blankets, and 143 on flannel underwear. An article worth $5 seeking entry into this market vould be saddled, witha duty or tax of $7.05. Such rates are staggering proof ot the greed of protectionists. They were not writ ten into the law for tho purpose of in creasing the government's revenue, but were designed instead to increase the profits of the woolen trusts magnates. -- NATIONAL BANK A ;yMiiriM.aMSBRl nearer. master's lack of enthusiasm, put his nose to the sky and yelped frantically at the flying monster. thers awoke from his dreaming and sat "bolt upright Steady and smooth as a bark on a sailed majesticcalm sea the ally through the air. "By Jove, Mike!" Carruthers exclaimed In his enthusiasm, "I would give the whole of my last cheque for the sensation of gliding through space like that!" As if in direct answer to his desire a missive came hurling down from the airship. Carruthers picked up the missive ' and read: "Whoever finds this note of mine, Can fly with me at any time. Call at hangar number nine. "N. QUILLER." We will have to wait until tomorrow for our sensation," he told Mike as they made their way hack to the lonely bungalow on the hill. But the next day rain came down in torrents and the wind blew. Carruthers had a vague, notion that bird men did not make flights in rainy weather. The following day he and Mike set out for the aviaUon grounds. Carruthers slackened his pace hut when he drew near to the hangar that bore the name of N. Quiller. Within, voices were heard and outside lay the great Carruthers knocked at the green door and Mike harked Imperiously. A small man came from within and through the smoky goggles of his leather bonnet looked at the author. His efforts were successful. Carru- Mike, completely disgusted at his With a hesitating gesture Carruthers held out the square of lead with its bit of paper. "I am looking for a man by the name of N. Quiller the man who dropped this " A silvery laugh came from behind HEA 3&Ua tJm he 4 mtmrm tke dbick inlirtlj'. Ilii ike bat occraartt 1 have era tatdj Hla. atsd Guraakcd by J. Mtf. Crwac, Rarttewn, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. '' tm il"'! Kr . uyi: ''OwdmdRcdpr-lldKBpnldowatlieUllcasisu- s Kansas University Proves Laundering Process Is Profitable Leaves No Clinkers. Lawrence, Kan. Wash your coal If you want to get more heat from It That is the advice Instructors and stu dents of Kansas university give for keeping down the family fuel bill. The advisers have just finished a job of washing a ton of coal. One hundred, and sixty pounds of refuse was taken from the lot by the washing process and the .remainder produced almost twice as much heat as a ton of un washed coal. Besides, tho washed fuel 'left no clinkers, which form on grates, shutting off the draft and causing much of the efficiency of fuel to be SOLD BY STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. 'Westminster Chime "So you picked up my note." The and Carruthers found himself making music of it "I hoped it would be found and it you are ready we will go up immediately." Carruthers had drawn away In his embarrassment "I I had not expected to find a lady," he said hesitatingly and twirling his cap In a vague, undecided manner. Tho voice from behind tho goggles was slightly mocking. "You are not afraid, are you?" "I might be If I could see your face," Carruthers told her with his whimsical smile. Natalia Quiller colored swiftly beneath the leather bonnet, "Then you can not see my face until we reach terra flrma," she cried laughingly. "Come I will take you up as my note promised." "Don't you want to know the name of your passenger in case " "In case we come down quicker than we expect?" she laughed. "Yes," she said with sudden softness, "yes I would like to know your name." "John Carruthers and that is my dog. Mike." "Is my passenger then, the John Carruthers of short story fame?" "I was seeking sensations for a story when your missive nearly took my ear off." the author said. "1 hope you find sensations," Natal 11a said with a wicked light In the eyes behind the goggles. And Carru thers found more than a story he found a wife In the air. the goggles. Carruthers started back. laugh came again Tub President last Friday signed the increased pension bill passed by the House and Senate. The measure was signed and became a law just beforo midnight in the executive offices at the parties. "You say you're going to give me White House. one to return all this hospertality! ' Oh, say, mother, please don't I don't see what I've done that you're going List of letters remaining in the Richto give me a party. If you only won't do It I'll be-- more careful about my mond, Ky., postoftice for the week endEnglish and I'll clean my nails and ing May 25: scrub my teeth every morning with Ashley, Mr. Maurice out your reminding me. I will, hon Abney, Ella Brower, Mr Al. est. Why, if Bill knew I was going Brinegan. Mr. Harrison to have a party he'd guy me terrible. Carr, William Cleek, Miss Tommie "There's no use training me up for Durham, Mr. J. W. society, 'cause I'm going to be a gold Freeman. Mr. David miner. Bill knows about a mine out Fry. Mrs. Dora In Nome or Nevada that's awful rich. Calloway, Mr. 0:E. Creapory, Mr. Siegel There's old nuggets as big as foot Gilpillow. 15. W. falls and he and me I mean I and Gilmore. Mr. J. W. him are going out there as soon as Gould, II. M. we're 16. There was one fellow who Harvey, Isaac went out Tvhen he was only 15 going Hickman, Mr. Frank on 16, and now he's a millionaire.' Isaacs, Andrew "Wall, anyway, If I do have to go to Land, Mrs. Emma college first before I'm a miner, I'll Radford, Mrs. Joe (2) Robinson. Mr. S. R. be a athlete. No society for me, moth Smith, Mr. H. R. er, so I don't see why I can't cut out Shelton, Mr. Willie parties and dancing school. Singleton, Mr. J. W. "That brown stuff on my hands? Oh Sullivan. J. J. Mr. that's the mahogany stain Bill and me Williams, Mr. II. M. are' going to put on my model aero In calling.for tho above letters, please plane. I was Just trying it Ain't it a say "advertised." swell color? Of course, it won't come C. C. WjtLUiCG, P. M. off easy or it wouldn't be any good, Bill was coming over this afternoon to work on the aeroplane. He'll he DECIDE. awful sore when ho finds out that you mado me go to a party. Bill hasn't got any mother. She died when he The Opportunity Is Here, was a kid a few days old. Of course, it was an awful sad loss to Bill, but Backed by Richmond he Is real brave about It. He says his father wouldn't know if he didn't take Testimony. a bath for a month. His father be lieves in letting Bill grow up indepen dent and develop his own character, Don't take our word for it. that's what he says. Oh, yes. Bill Don't depend on a strangers statesay takes a bath real often. I didn't ment. he didn't Read Richmond's endorsement "Oh, say, mother, do I have to wear Read the statements of Richmond them silk stockings and pumps? hopo Bill won't bo anywhere 'around citizens. And decido for yourself. when I start to the party. I don't care If Aunt Julia did glvo 'em to me. Hore is one case of it: itt ratner snea given me some Mrs. S. S. Smith, 133 N. Estill Ave., leggings or a pair of ice skates. I've Richmond, Ky., says: "I had rheumagot to go to see Aunt Julia next Sat tic pains and had a great deal of trouble urday! Say, mother, it's awful mean way my Saturdays go. BUI and from irregularity of my kidneys. I was the me I mean I and Bill ain't that norvous and dizzy and was subject to right? Well, then, us we was going headaches. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills to finish the aeroplane and make an advertised, I got a box at Middelton's other model all by ourselves, and now Drug store as I had heard what they had If I've got to go to Aunt Julia's I don't done for others who had used them. know when I'll have time for any Thoiruse made me feel better in a thing. short timo. I recommend Doan's Kid"No, I haven't written to grandpa ney Pills highly." yet Of corrse not. With all them For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. parties and calls on Aunt Julia I don't Foster-MilburCo., Buffalo, New York, have a minute to write letters. guess if grandpa knew how my time sole agents for the United States. was spoilt he wouldn't expect mo to Remember the name Doan's and take write to thank him for that Jackknlfe no other. im Bill says it's a pretty good knife and Dissolution Notice. he'p going to get a man ho knows to sharpen It for me. The man used to The firm of R. G. Engle & Co. has be his father's hired man when they this day been dissolved by mutual con kept a horse, before Bill was born, and sent. This May 8, 1912. 1 he's such an old friend of the family that he'll do It for nothing. So even Wool and Grass Seed if you don't think Bill is a good com wanted by Farmers Tobacco Warehouse panlon for me, you can see what a Company. 4c-valuable friend he is. Advertised Letters. Delightful J Shoppin Where can you shop delightfully this hot weat' I've had to keep perfectly quiet in order to live, jet j say you've had a. day of delightful shopping. A a1 Yes, I've been shopping in kept cool, dustless and well ventilated by up-to-d- stores . 1I YOURSELF G-- E Electric Fans so"1 : 16-inc- 1 No wonder those stores are popular they arc comfortable. They do as much business in summer at any other season. ,t Money spent in electric fans is a paying investment. G-Oscillating Fans arc th and most" appropriate for stores. Their swinging breezes keep the air in good circulation throughout the storr.1 The customers, being comfortable, buy with better juJ;- mcnt, and are satisfied. The 12-in- h E j " The latest styles are kept in stock by Richmond Electric & Power "Jr OU clothes owe G it to yoursf' t . t : : make sure of gettir most j'our money wilt n best quality, i fit, right style, all wool Lf r.. In 40-4- Griffon Clothes you get full value. Tli j. 4t TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschcde HaB dock as a timepiece, a tubular chime, and aa article of furniture for home, office, or bsotubon, appeals alike to ubjity, refinement, and musical taste. The perfect movement iasurcs correctness of time; the solid oak or mahogany case, with classic lines, conforms to good taste; and the melodious tubular chimes, sounding the hours and quarters after the peak of Whktinglon or H. C. JAMES buy or sellyour house farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line. Any .business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services areaneed ed. "We represent iron bound re insurance Companies member this. "Will Westminster, serve as a pleasing remmder of tke passing hour. The fifty styles give ample choice in design, sire, ard price, all showing the moon's phases in the dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request. Gifts by Mafl. You can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield Plate, Gold and Silver Jewelry. Mantel Clocks, Etc, through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices. Correspondence solicited. Silversmiths J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky Jeweler Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co. Herschede Building, Fourth Street, East, Cindnns.it, Ohio h. e. $75 to $750 SURVEYOR doty, nr. solicare or those its natrnnnAPilinir vices or a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Big Prices For Hides "We H. I. PATRICK DENTIST Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a have enlarged our warehouse and can hanSpecialty. dle all the Tallow.-.Wool- , Rags, Bones, GinOffice in Bask Building. seng and .Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We huy Hides Dr. M. Dunn Rubber and all kinds of metals and, scrap iron. Bring what you have In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE I IIAVE FOE SALE THE a THROAT Best Braces for fences, Water'Taaks, etc.and any, land OIdhan.Bkl. RJchwowl, Kv-Repairs ior all kinas oi Machinery. ; Paint Lick, Kentucky M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 Dr. Robfc C. Boggt ! II i S7 An Established Fact The People's Poultry Remedy contains everv in gredient necessary for the production of Base-bal- l. ulator. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field 30-eggs. Riciimosd Dbco Co. Baseball, a purely American institu Safe An enormous rcceptaclo for seeds at attractive prices. Seo us noiuing me gate receipts or tho cham- .flLet us give you a bid on your house tion, is played by a few million fans, the beforo buying, pionship series. painting, outside ot inside. Onlv best newspapers and un umpire, assisted by tf R. L. Arnold & Co. Strike Refusal of tho playors to work material used. Workmanship guaran until the ghost walks. two widely worshiped idols called pitch teed. Baklow & Dozikb. Walk End of the strike ers. There are a few other supernumer 39-307 East Main t,of of a railroad track utilized TiePart aries in the game, but they are of no fan particular detriment The contestants on tho homeward journey byC. the Gar- who bets on the Josinjr team. G. play out of doors nine months in the retson in Judge. year and in vaudeville the rest of the I. R. Pennington time. The pitcher, unlike his inanim - ate namesake, is ot no value when full, Dentist. Office next door to Government build A wild pitcher is. one who indulges in high balls. Tbe purpose of the game is ng'Richmond, Ky. to score. When a team can't score a run, it scores the umpire. When the players are raw they are roasted by the i manager, and when they are fresh he AitobneYat-LA', cans them. Baseball is not considered Kentucky. a dangerous sport, although it causes a Richmond, .(face over State Bank & Trust Co., of- - gigantic mortality amen grandmothers A baseball fan is a curious each year. iGite Court Home, on Main Street. Instrument used to keep the air in motion. It does not shut up, like many way" is GREENLEAT & HERMN&TfM kinds of fans. A bleacher is a wide Me ikal way w riEASUK TRAVEL flight of steps, so arrraged as to get the Lawyers full benefit of 4he afternoon sun and to 19 DAYS TOUR be entirely eut of from breezes. One Office in Douglas & Simmons' new row of MmcImt will comfortably TO Building on Second Street YELLOWSTONE PARK opp. Court Hous aeeoKnoddate a multitude of rooters than all tha tqrtiototored pews in COLORADO, UTAH, Ac. a full-ii- d modern ahxreh. Here is an Harry BUatan, abridfd dictionary of terns wed in MONDAY, JULYS, DENTIST bftsctall: ImusU Malum. Hit Vaudevill act Lake and Seashore Totes bv . hi tt tf w Tactful Request Dobbleigh was a confirmed borrow lost Most Effective Way. er, and, what was worse, he seldom re turned the borrowed articles. He had "I certainly am sincerely Indebted held on to Whlbley's umbrella, for in- to you for winning my case." Strikes Rich Ore. Cripple Creek, Colo. After working stance, for nearly a year. "By no means. I represented your "And I'm blest if I know how I am opponent" his claim for seven years and spend ing $10,000 In Its development, Fred ever going to get it back," said Whlb "Just so." Filegende Blaetter. Johnson, a lessee on tho Pride of ley. "Easy," said Hlckenlooper. 'Call a Cripple Creek mine on Ironclad hill, The Result. has struck it rich. He has uncovered messenger and send Dobbleigh this "Did the plumber I sent you do gold ore running $500 to the ton. note." your work?" And he scribbled off the following: "No; he 'did' me." "Dear Dobbleigh: If you can spare it "Kindest" Sheriff Dead. Lisbon, O. W C. Davidson, 65, I'd like to borrow that umbrella of known as the "kindest sheriff in Ohio; mine for "a couple ot days. Can you . The secrecy of success is constancy ,1 oblige me?" Harper's Weekly. purpose. xisraeii. w .... Is dead. t "Oh, say, mother, I hate that sissy tie! Can't I wear my old dark blue one? No, I ain't chewing gum. I Just happened to have a little In my mouth, but I wasn't chewing it. I never chew it since you told mo not to the last time. But I've got a little on hand that I thought I ought to use up, so I Just put It in my mouth once la a while. "Lemme comb my hair myself. mother. I can part It straight. Say, did you hear that? That's Bill's whistle. Lemme go to the window and holler down that it's all off with the aeroplane work today, for I've got to go to a party. "Say, mother, what do you think? Bill's all dolled up In a lot of new clothes and he's going to Maybelle's party himself. Wouldn't that freeze you?" Chicago Daily News. I am prepared to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superintend construction of such work. Phone 101. Orders left for me at The Climax office will receive prompt attention. Jl-t- f N. 1i. TmtPiv Architect's Notice. Three-Butto- n Hair! Hair! Braids, puffs and all kinds of hair pieces mado from combings. Work at a reasonable price. Hair dressed in the latest style. I have in stock the newest designs in puffs and baids. I handlo nothing but natural hair. Mns. Maude Macket Walker 207 West Main, Richmond, Ky. 10-- tf Straight Front Sack, No. 78S the choicest garments in t and you can't do better t!i select your suit now. Our t Sprinjr styles are on display a- there is no doubt but th.it u have a suit that will lit without greatlj- - decreasing i u bank account. Nu-Buk ck 11 White Nu-BucNu-Buc- Shoes - Don't bo surprised if you have an of rheumatism this spring. Just rub th& affAntpri rtnrta f.anli. ...;K -1. (IU ..M Chamberlain's Linimehtand it will soon disappear, bold by all dealers. lm attack New 16 button Shoes, that have (T QO style and quality: reg. $3.75, special price- 4 "White k and White Canvas Colonel IV the one new thing of the season. These 1 Q OI 7 Ol are stunningly smart and effective and per- - j) feet fitting. Hats for Ladies and Children children in our iamb s Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the poultry man. 43-t- j Do your corns Corn-Remed- An enormous assortment of Hats for Lulus . hurt? Try it. Dr. Russell's lillinery Department. t uew in trimmed ana uncrimmett nats ami sji Evrt m 30-t- f WlXEs' Dnno Rmni! The People's Stock Remedy keeps your stock fat and healthy and freo from disease. Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Rugs and Oil Cloth. of wear. All sizes in Crex Rugs. We are i inig finest quality Lace Curtain Draperies at pi that will justify the replacing of those showing s . E. V. ELDER Here is an Id.il W.J for summer. Just thing for school a work, attractive and We have t ij in all colors plain w i white trimmed in U der, blue and black, aj Cut Price Wall Paper Sale Beautiful Patterns fortable. tan trimmed in lavender and bliu1. Wiii Now Going On nmu tk Waist, Collar, Tie ai Belt sta ftnlr ii 1 1912 KENTUCKY Omm 1 OMbson Build in? The Climax $1 a Year! R. Emmctt Million General Auctioneering. JESSE COBB, DENTIST services treasonable. PHONE. S3, or 461. Knot hole A small bov's man-tirinto paradise. Jinx An excuser for DJavirur bum gam a (See Drioks.) tHou -- joucuua of ticket apeo- afUr. Brfor Anr dCMion of Um umiurp afsOatt Um Umm jov am back inc. K!l MMK A I I AOM at the hare IN AUGUST. 1912 ir Summer outing writ for folders giving dataihtd information. Addrass BOWMAR'S TOURS, VataaJUaa. Ky. 46-- All Tours paraonally coodiKtad by Daa-j- al M. Bowmar. Before arranging for a B. Juett E. V. EldeJ The CENT! 9 & Son Opera House Building Climaxl year ST! Wlieri You Add something year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something-neevery eh spring. Light Weight Clothing Essential To Comfort In Nothing saved by wearing heavy clothes in hot weather. Light cool garments cost less, and there is actual economy in wearing them in summer and keeping your heavy suits for next winter wear. And what a difference in comfort to you. For hot weather, we show a splendid line of Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Hot Weather BENNETT and H 1 GG I N S Cool Comfortable Suits In wide variety of fine materials and good tailoring. Light weight serges, tropical worsteds, Panama cloths, Mohairs, etc., some with vests, some without; some full lined coats, others quarter or hajf lined. Every coat constructed with extra quality canvas and hair cloth so that it will hold its shape under the hardest wear. Beautiful summer colorsblues and grays in plain and fancy effects, sizes ane models to fit all men and most reasonably priced -- g As light and cool as can be, yet made of strong material. French and domestic lisles, balbriggans, nansooks, open knit fabrics, etc. short or long drawers, shirts with sleeves or without as you like. Extra values, per garment 25, 50, $ .00 Union 5uits in any style you want, $ .00 and up wear-resistin- Breezy Underwear 1 1 N II UNDER AKING D. R. FREEMAN Fire, ACCIDENT. : AND INSURANCE 50 inner-lining- s, In all the newest styles for both old and young men. every fancy, at prices to suit every pocket book. FINE STRAW HATS :panajvia Shapes for every head and for Fine Straws $ 1 .00 to $3.00 "Mary" Flour. When you go to the phono to order flour, always say "MAIIY." Your grocer has it and will guarantee it. 49 2L MadiSox Milling Co Panamas still hold their own in public favor. Light, cool, comfortable and durable, JJ no hat equals them for summer wear. Ours are extra quality and very fine for the price hats Work Hats 1 5 to 50c Bond Rice & Aru- - $10.00, 12.50, 15.00, $16.50 Mule For 5ale. Nice to harness. 40-S- aits not wore to be sees, cents mule for sale; broken Telephone 319. Greek Olat, t Base-Bal- l. Light Weight Goats Thin, light material and no Iining--jufor summer comfort and satisfaction. Blues and blacks and grays and neat stripes. 5touts and slims and regular models, for men of every shape and build and priced to meet the st l sell your west until you consult Dca'i.erage. He will pay you high- u e:: ;r--i r rices. S: ca bushel barrel best Kanaiva Salt tSI'jJ. Telephone 110. II, II UUUAUUUS it M. i, . f.ra to Owen MoEee, Richmond " K r Jry goods and notions. Others . .. uww .r I J H vvu. t) of building material, see . i need Vi Lroaddus & Ce. They vrill save 4S--i( . j c:ricy on all orders. J Richmond. Ky. MaysviHe comes to Richmond to-da- y Great variety of the lightest and coolest shirts known to the trade. Fancy negligees, plain white negligees and fine pleated bosoms. Also fine pongees and soisetts materials with soft collars attached or detached. Most excellent wearing quality combined with perfect fitting models characterize these shirts. Try them. Prices run $1.00, $1.25, SJ.50, $2.00 Our "Colossus" Shirt, special for big men, extra size all over, $1.25 SUMMER SHIRTS LOW CUT SHOES ff "" fer a game with the Pioneers this after- -- noon. Tomorrow Winchester will play a double header at the Pioneer Park.the first game to be called at 2 o'clock. The price of admission to the two games Every fan in Richwill be 35 cents. mond should go out and root for the local boys. demands of economy. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00 Light in weight, cool and comfortable, yet strong and durable. Neat pin checks, whip cord, army duck, and Khaki materials are all shown in this big assortment, and priced under other stores. 50, 85, J. 00, 1.35, 1.50 Sffmmf Xnilr Ptrrc They are lighter, cooler styles and more comfortabls than high shoes, and just as serviceable. Snappy for the younger generation, as well as solid comfort models for the older. Hanan, Speedwell and Beacon makes, each the best in its class. The demand for low shoes grows larger every summer. up-to-da- te $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $550 T s Members of Richmond Commandery, Xo. 10, Knights Templar, will leave tor isi nwr z. union uity. iur. day to attend the annual conclave of - : T r R-- B. Terrill fer the Grand Commandery, which will La c""ce of County Court Clerk, lie hold sessions inParis today and tomoran oaderseaeflt of bis row. Their headquarters during their "irc-ciattf stay in the Bourbon capitol will be at .cii iministraUoa. "-new Utat you arc the Bourbon College, where they will your 2 ir d ote for R. B. Terrlll fer re-- : entertain one evening with a reception. 'n His record as a public servant -- :s, A. KheltoH, ageat fer Hurst Sir Knights Go To Paris. m4 He COVINGTON & BANKS Democratic i T lMt.ll fHUimiW UV H.MY 1BIUIUI The Halsey Recital. tf. For Sale. r glit piano, good as sew. is ofhee. Apply who gave her second recital of the sea-se- a 43- - tf at Kormal Chapel Monday evening. Her playing revealed a musical tempera For 5ale. ment of high quality, her technique was Vce barouche is good oendittoa. faultless, her interpretation 01 the dif ficult numbers on the program intelli gent and soulful. Physically Miss lial- M. Hamilton-Ph- one 484. sev is of most delicate and refined fiber, Lvs calves, cows and fat cattle. and the tremendous power with which 80-- tf she plays her forte passages is a revelaShe possesses a tion to her audiences. For Sale. wonderful combination of vitality and sc dwetttog la oxeellent re of exquisite refinement. Attractive at . . r n all times she is the embodiment t 1. I O . IC fit ..It- T T It is to of grace at the be hoped that the young ladies of the Tobacco Plants For Sale. Y. W. C. A. will give Richmond fre I Lave for sale a bed of tobacco plants, quent opportunities to hear this charm ) feet long by twelve feel wide. ing musician. its ready to set. Last night's program would have been Mike Pbtbbs, incomplete without the six numbers lUontaoad, Ky. which were sune by the Ladies' Glee The young ladles sang their Club. Attention! Poultry Raisers. chorus in a most artistic manner. erol. Mr W.T. Vaughn, grocer, oeraor Col- - Koch, the director of music at the fors and Main streets, has installed a mal, has succeeded in developing a for grinding fresh bones. This splendid chorus. Tho singing through- ikes a most excellent food for all nut was characterized by its sincerity. -ds of fowls. 5 cents a pound. OH The voices were remarkably sweet, the intonation true, the phrasing faultless, KA IU fn-iVib rpsnonsc to the baton infallible. The ladies made a most pleasing picture as Tour. on the plat thev stood in semi-circl- e Personally conducted three days' trip form. Richmond wants to hear these p Mammoth Cave, leaving Riohmond, ladles quite often. $12.75 pays all IVclaesday, June 12. liases. Partv limited. Write BOW- - A soft shirt and soft collar will add to IiS TOI RS. Versailles, Ky., loriuii vnur comfort during the summer Man 'rncation, or see Miss Lena Jane months. We sell Wilson Bros.and c Kirhmnnd. K V hattan shirts. Rico & Arnold. fA key-boar- d. : - of music to watch the career of Miss Honor Halsey, the girl pianiste of Dayton, Ohio, It will be of interest to lovers Eye Examinations Ever Occur to You, What Really Constitutes a Proper Lye Examination? cr Ever have your eyes examined by one of these "short term opticians optometrist' Ever have him place a card of letters ahead of you and as yon to read as far as you could when he held glasses oeiore your cj slide Ever have a "spectacle peddler" have you look in an instrument and could see tho best? Xnen whattive him hand you a pair of magnifying glasses, corresponding with ever number was on the card or instrument! you are Did it ever occur to you that in going through this proceed lire "optician or spectacle peddler dv i cply examining yourself, and the you. peaded entirely upon your answer as to the kind of a glass to give eye than you do yourself. i.hmk oi anH ro,iir t'nAv nn more about an casing such poppycock as this an eye examination. in yourfamily doctor ,i.l- vo uii.i iuuiu juuim - it j- -- were ill and calledbe to ask: MU'hot do nuai would give you would and the only examination he I have kidyou think is the m.twr with you and you would reply."I think your would commence giving you medicine, at ney trouble!" Suppose he organ was diseased? How longdo ay so. forjyour kidneys whensome other jcu think it would be before you wouia De an uugo.- - peddlers, none oi .. snecUcle at, -- j...All .t. tUt3 UUO BCCi. ram nntirians and can clve-you are magnifying v. u ..(....iinn of the eve. w "uww nave iuiv How 1 ng good. Nine times out of tea they do more barm than ' T. do you think it will be after wearing tnese wuS.. eyeballs granuglasses before you il have cataracts, growths upon the eyes and partial lated eyelids, headache, impaired blood circulation of the or total blindness. 0Ut.c consult When in need or eyeUent!oa or glasses, always of the eye. its append-age- s optician, one having a thorough medical education properly for your defects and diseases, and have yourslasses adjusted cf sight cost's no more. .ni ALL WORK AND GLASSES FITTEB $5.00 m OLD tnMmx tm FreeUfttil Eye AJTgB. NW LENSES K QAYLE 52& GAYLE 02c Oyer Midtoa 206 W Main Drug Store. Street. RICHMOND, KY given tho Democratic candidates for our Executive Committee. Judge Chenault Appointed State offices at the last election. 9th. Appreciating the long and faith' Receiver. Special 3rd. Be it further resolved, that we ful services of the Hon. J. A. Sullivan Largest Gathering of Demo heartily approve and endorse the splen to the Democratic party, who is now a Judge John C. Chenault, of this city, Consrress from this dis- has been appointed receiver ot the Big the crats 5een in Richmond in did efforts and patriotic conduct 61 Con- candidate for fellow MaysviHe trict, we, his May citizens heartily en- Hill Coal Compaay, aad exeouted bead Democratic members of the present Years Attend County Con- gress of the United States, in fighting dorse his candidacy. in the sum of 349,600. The following May persistently and voting consistently to 10th. All delegates are instructed to vention Saturday. Game Called 2 P. M. ONE YEAR AND press dispateh from Maysvilte, says: d carry out the old fashion, vote on all questions which may come As predicted by The Climax for tho Democratic principles of tariff for reFederal Judge, A. M. J. Coehraa, Fribefore the Louisville Convention as a past several weeks, the largest gather venue only, and equal rights to all, ex- unit. Signed by the committee: Louisville Daily Times day heard in oaamhers here the argu ing of Democrats, possibly who ever at clusive privileges to none; that wo espeJ. Tevis Cobb, ment in the case of John II. Joaes Hat 5ale. BIRTHS. tended a county convention in this city, cially approve and admire the conspicuUntil Nov. 30. 1912 J. C. Oldham, against the Big Hill Coal Co., of Ken All hats at and below cost. Como was present Saturday. P. B. BxOADDoa, Tho crowd be- ous and brilliant part taken by the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. ninsham, of early and get your choice. W. S. Moberlev, tucky. Suit was brought to eaferee gan to arrive early in the day, and long Speaker of the Lower House of Congress, Denver, Colorado, are rejoicing over the T. J. Curtis, 49-K. V. Schmidt. mortgage claims asramst properties ia before the hour set "for the convention the Honorable Champ Clark, the gifted seven-poun- d O. P. Jacksok, daughter. arrival of a Lee aad Bell eounties in favor of Joaes. he streets resembled one of our busiest and brilliant son of Kentucky, in whom W. R. SnACKELFono, Interesting Letter. Mrs. Hinsham was beforo her marriage. Jas. B. Parkes, Claimants asked that a receiver be apcourt days. Greater interest was dis- she takes the greatest pride; and in Miss Mamie Adams, formerly of Rich On the first page of this paper will be played by tho followers of Jeffersonian J. W. Ballard. pointed for the oofteera, aad Joka C. whose behalf every Democrat, of Old mond, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. found an unusually interesting letter On motion said resolutions were un Chenauh, of Richmond, Ky., was octrincs than has been evidenced to Kentucky, will cheerfully devote his aaaed W, Adams, of Whites' Station. s" from the pen of Mrs. CD. Turner, form tjhe writer during the years of his con- - time, energy and talent, to secure for animously adopted, and the convention by the court. The salt hi for $37,300, This Btaaas that THE On Monday, evening, there arrived at erly of this county. Given under our hands as and was Sled ia the United States Dis Mrs. Turner wai Tho Demo him the position of honor he so richly adjourned. TIM BS will be sent by ection with this paper. the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, Miss Minnie Crandall, of this city, and cracy of Madison is thoroughly wrought Chairman and Secretaries of said con- trict Court at Covington yesterday by mail te yaa frnaa date deserves, the Democratic nomination He her friends here, who are many, will up on High street, a little stranger. vention, this May 25th, 1912. ttie coming for President of the United States. John II. Joaes, tntstee. A restraiaiag to the importance of saasarhjiUan ia was without a name, but soon the name greatly enjoy her letter. W. B. Smith, Chairman order was asked to prevent the State presidential election, tho brilliant pros- thraagh as attt 4th. Bo it further resolved, that we T. H. Pickels, Secretary Bank & of T. E. Arnold, Jr., was given him, in Democracy of approve the call ot the Democratic State Trust Co., trustee; the New ects that lie before the ber 90. 1013. The : A. D. Miller. Secretary honor of his uncle, Mr. T. E. Arnold, of Valuable Decision. Straight Creek Coal Co., the Louisville we got yew safcsaripHaw le nation to again come into possession Convention to be held in Louisville, Ky., DeLand, Fla. aad Atlantic Coal Co., J. F. CI u Us, adOdd Fellows Decoration. order. Mm fcngar yaw gat The decision of the Appellate Court f its own, and all realized that the on May 29, 1912, to select delegates to THE TIMKS. Sead tfca holding that a majority of a Fiscal inportant features to bo considered at represent us in the National Democratic League Meeting. Madison Lodge, No. 14, I. O. O.F. will ministrator for the estate ot Edward order at Court, and not a majority of a quorum, this meeting should bo given a clean Convention to be held in Baltimore, Md. observe Decoratiou Day on next Sunday, Clutts, deceased, and J. F. Klnaakl, all The St. John's Day League, of Madi co defendants in the ease, from takiag nd frank hearing and participated in 5th. Be it further resolved, that the and all members of tho order are re possession of or levying upon the pro Tem must determine a question before the by tho Democracy of Madison county son county, will meet'at Masonic To get advantage oi this cat court, is a valuable one, says the Frank following Democrats of Madison County, quested to meet at the lodge room at ple nest Monday, county court day, at rale, orders most lie sent l. There should at and not by only a select few. Harmony Kentu2ky, 1:30 o'clock p.m. Services will begin perty of the Big Hill Coal Co. Officers for the ensuing year fort :30 p. m. Not a single voice was to THE CLIMAX, not least be required of tho members of predominated. at 2:30, at the opera house and tho mem1. James B. McCreary, Fans Right will be elected and a place for the annuto The Louisville Court a formal attention to their raised in opposition to tho selection of bers of the order will proceed to the W. 1. Smith, al outing on June 24, of Madison county Fiscal Notables at the games with Rich mead Times. 3. J. A. Sullivan. duties. A majority of a quorum should qhairman. tho resolution committee, or cemetery, where flowers will be strewn Masons will be selected. 4. W. R. ShackeHord, certainly not be allowed to have author the resolutions as reported. The court on the graves of their departed brothers. on the looal lot last Friday aad Saturday 5. J. Tevis Cobb, W. V. Broaddus&Co. will furnish ity to dispose of county funds and do room was packed to overflowing, many Great interest is always taken in this were CoL Bert Stockton, County Clerk a. O. P. Jackson, Had to turn'ttway for lack of space in $9 per thousand. See other acts of importance to taxpayers. good, hard brick at 7. W. S. Moberley, beautiful custom of the Odd Fellows Robt. Terrill, Attorneys, Greenleaf aad Dea't forget W. W. Broadrfaa A Oa.. rbich to stand as seating capacity was 8. Joe Oldham, them before placing order for anything Lodge and our citizens generally turn Bennett and "Cap" Diokerson, all Rich- will furnish you with goeri, hard hrlafc a 9. Thos. J. Smith, 48-- tf the wool at SO per thoaaaad. Ladies and children are correctly cjonsumed before the court bouse bell 13--tI in this line. out in large numbers to witness these mond ball fans of the dyed-l10. Jas. B. Parkes, dressed, if they wear white shoes or slip announced the hour for tho convention. exercises. The addresses this year will variety. They frequent the 11. T. J. Curtis. Wo have ITever in the experience of The Climax games with the Pioneers aad alDers with white clothing. Think af weal a Mg arkte, too thoa 12. J. R. Dunbar, be exceptionally good, and the public Governor Buys Auto, many styles in high shoes and slippers, reporter, have we witnessed a larger or thtBk ot Qatt. 13. Chas L. Searcy, generally is invited to witness the ways raot Winchester Democrat. Gov. McCreary is the first Governor of 14. Jno. W. Ballard, more earnest set of men in a conven Rice & Ahxold. ceremonies. Kentucky to ride in his own automobile. 15. H. C. Rice. lion; men of means, men of toil, but all Seven-bushThe Governor has bought a handsome be, and they are hereby selected the barrel best The Girls "Watched" the representatives of Domocracy. and a delegates of this convention to represent Salt for 31.G0. Telephone 110. Kanawha touring car. Until the more 'substantial and influential con Professor. new Capitol was built Kentucky's Gov W. W. BitOADOcs & Co gregation never assembled in that court us as our delegates to the State and Dis- 41-ernors walked from the mansion to the On the occasion of the commencement The convention was called to trict Democratic Convention to meet In torn. Two Situations. office, but the new location made some exercises of the Colored High School, by Hon. J. A. Sullivan, chairman Louisville. Ky., on May 29th, 1912; and conveyance necessary on account the senior class presented to tho princi of Madison County Democratic Com the following Democrats of Madison sort of Recently a salesman for the Madison Gov. McCreary had pal, Prof. J. D. M. Russell, as a me mittee, who stated the purpose of the county, Kentucky, of the distance. Milling Company, of this city, was sent been using a carriage. mento of its nigh opinion of him as an meeting and that the selection of per- T. H. Collins, A. D. Miller, Green to Winchester and Clark county for the Tie spent an educator, a handsome solid gold watch lanont chairman was in order. Judge Clay, M. II. Cohen, R. B. Terrill, Jake purpose of selling flour. Closing Exercises of the This was how the irirls "watched" the R. Shackelford placed in nomina-o- Collins, A. K. Doty, T. H. Pickels, P. entire day in tho city of Winchester professor. The graduating class was tho name of Hon. W. B. Smith, to B. Broaddus, J. D. Goodloe, D. Frank without being able to dispose of a single Caldwell High composed of Daisy Bell Ballew, Carlisle whom ho referred as the "Nestor'' of Sharp, Dennis Taylor, Wm. Jenkins, bag of flour or meal. He found the merSchool. Walker Breck, Eva McCord Crutcher. Aladlson County Democracy, anu paici a G. C. Burgm, E. T. Fish; be and they chants exceedingly courteous, but very Gladys Walkely beauntiful compliment to the distin are hereby selected as alternates to said positive in their refusals to purchase. On Sunday, June 2, at 8 p. m., the Viola Dixon Flack, sermon will be preach- Halev. Frances B. Massie. Ruth Jane guished and honored citizen. Mr. convention, in Louisville, Ky.; the said Why? The same reason was given by commencement ed at the First Presbyterian church by Miller, Anna Hunter Noland. Smith's election was by acclmation. alternates to take the places and cast every one ot the merchants, and it was Rev. E. B. Barnes. Messrs. T. H. Pickels and A. I). Miller, the votes of such of the regular dele- this: "Our patrons demand goods made Shooting on Jolly Ridge. Monday evening at 8 p. m., Hon. T. ot The Recister. and The Climax, res- - gates, as may be absent, in the order in in Winchester and will use nothing else. Therefore we will purchase only pro Coates, Supervisor oftRural Schools, which such alternates are named. J. A difficulty occurred oa Jolly Ridge, pectiveli; were selected secretaries. a t i amanufactured in our city." This will deliver the address to the eighth this countv. last week between Otis Cth. Be it further resolved, that our ducts appointed Upon motion the chairman Now, what is it is the situation there. (STANDARDIZED) grade graduates. Teater and Squire Williams and as tho following jrcntlemen as members of delegates and alternates hereinbefore The annual play given by the benior result Williams was seriously if not the Resolution Committee: W. S. Mob- - named, are positively instructed to cast in Richmond and Madison county' Class will be given Tuesday night at 8 mortally wounded. Tho cause of the erley, J. C. Oldham, W. R. Shackelford, the vote ot Madison county, Kentucky, Richmond and Madison county are look EASY AND SAFE TO USE. r o'clock. trouble could not be ascertained at the O. P. Jackson, T. J. Curtis, James B, In said State and District Conventions, ed upon as the dumping ground for all KILLS LrCE. TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB. Iligh School entertainment comes time of going to press, as no warrants, Parkcs, J. Tovis Cobb, P. B. Broaddus, as a unit tor the Hon. Champ Clark, for surplus and refuse products of these The XlNGWOM. SCRATCHES. ETC DESTROYS DISEASE the principal had been issued and those interviewed, and J. W. Ballard. The committee re the nomination of Democratic candidate foreign concerns. Our merchants pre off Wednesday night, GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES. flour, ef which is a "Greek Sympo- seemed reluctant to speak of the matter. tired to an adjoining room and Avhile for President ot the United States, as fer to carry and sell home-mad- e feature because it keeps the money in circulaEFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE. sium," by a number of the high school Williams received two bullet wounds engaged in preparing resolutions, short lone as his name or his delegates are girls, assisted by two little girls of the in the abdomen and is In a very critical( iand pleasing speeches were made by before said convention or conventions. tion here, and because the home pro YOU n't afford to let lice, ticks, fleas anol mltss primary grade. condition, with little prospects of recov Hon. J. A. sullivan. who referred to his and oar said delegates and alternates are ducts are better and delivered in better The musical, an operetta, entitled ery. The participants in the difficulty, announcement for Congress and spoke further positively instructed to vote for condition, no damaged, torn, dirty and atywr stack alive. Get a supply of KRESO DIP anal bags. But they say our "Princo Charming," comes on Thurs are both young men and popular with. of the flattering prospects of his nomlna- - and to use all honorable means to secure eWreetleHS. It will put an end ta the parasites day evening, at 8 o'clock. About 150 a large number of acquaintances in that hvion at tho primary to be held this fall. a solid Clark delegation from Kentucky customers call for Winchester, Lexing ami ylva th-- e stack a chance ta thrive ana? put en fleah. ton, Versailles, Louisvihe, and some will section of the. county. pupils selected from all the grades Mr. Sullivan was followed by the chair to the Ballimore Convention, with In Use It In bams, he-- pens, chicken heuses ana" 03 kan- even a northern flour, and we must keep take part in this play. man, Hon. W. B. Smith, Messrs. Jesse structions to vote as a unit for lion what they want. This is the situation final Distribution. ad any p4e--e where there arc vermin. Friday evening at 8 o'clock, the KJobb, John Noland and Judge J. D. Champ Clark, for Democratic nominee to the graduates will be delivered may now soon expect enas in Richmond and Madison county. Stop dress JGoodloe, all of whom spoke In an The farmers for President of the United States, You can KRESO DIP la a cea-- l tar prerfwet. It rwUea reaaMly with by Prof. E. C. McDougle, of the Normal final distribution of money recoived by couraging vein of the prospects of Demo lonir as his name is before the convec and think for a moment. change this situation in ninety days, it Srhnnl. whose subiect is. "The Func the. Burley Society from tho sale of the It tfaec net burn er Irritate Ilka earaalle acW. It cratic victory at the polls next Novem- tion. you will only do o, and without any ' ar take the hair tion of Education." like kereeene. It 109 pooled tobacco, says the Uynthiana ber. The following resolutions were re 7th. Be it further resolved, that the Next time you need There are fourteen members of the Log Cabin. The Court of Appeals lias ported by the committee, and wera un aforesaid delegates aad alterwites are risk whatever. maa the any ef tfceae. Ye-- ean't make a flour, order a sack of "MARY," and if eraduatinir class, seven young men and decided in favor of the society in the animously adopted: iBStracwd to cut th vol ot Madiaes not whiter, lighter and sweeter than iMhm ta buy acme Kmc Dip ta kW Hca seven young women. The clasg roll Is suit appealed from Pendleton county Coaven-tio- a 1st. Resolved, that, we, Democrats county, Ky., ia tk said State aay flour, you have ever used, have your l, aM prevent eVeeaea by aVeetn Scrivner, Leah higher court sustains th as follaws: Kgth and tb a uait for our eewty man, Gov- grmr cose and get and refund full pur Kentucky, in ce Rena Parke, Mary Wagers, Alice society's right to equalize prices amon of Madison County, pursuant to the eU ernor JaatM B. XeCmry, for dkg te etoaae price. This plea is sat oa account Hobson, Jessie Rice, Evelyn Giaachl all the growers wRbeut regara to coun ventipn assembled, g 8 item tb Stet ot KeetHcky to of a lack of buoieeas, for our mill runs of the Democratic State Central Com eliani. James Cobb, Leander Hobsoo, ty lines. Also, tfce Saal judgement has 8412 fla ear1 eS KTRaraBe Rrem miWaaaat Nfw4l fPAePei aaea9V of said com the said BftKittor mittee, dospprovo the call twalvi hour every day and six days in Oeorgo Gumbert, Robert Leads, Wil-lk- n beea entered la fawr ot the society in miUee for Democratic Coun'y Conven .kh. m it I MrtlMr reMvd, that we vary week, without any accumulation Wii- nd Collins, Everett S&udlta tbe Eshelby damage suit which wis tions throughout the State of Kentucky, kwtlr appreciate Um sptoatfid wrk atatocV, but wa are forced to go to woa by the society. This seems to m4 lim Elder. A TPfUML- C4VE wrattc party to the State for ill sTMtas axeert lb Snadav nigkt all the litigation in which the society to elct delegate to be held ia Dmo- - don State the D by tit Ho, all Saatern KMtveky for a large share of LoU- laat oar trad, when our eatira output should Convention, teetioa eratie to wm involved awl thre aa alaead ia Btebtaood aad Madison talteaHy v'ille, Kentucky, on May 29th. IMS. Rota VaaSaat. ably ambition to place it HMty. It m Ajtdltofltm. Boihlng ia tk wy otaaoihec dfctribu,;, apfcodtd work bf r brU-Ba- hara. Yoa oaa hfa,:o4 this will belp ia that Mil rjj 2nd. BU further resolved, UmU eariy MatlMMlist ptrwoaf, fallow atttna, the Hoa.4. A. AaV too. Try it, MB&pnrnMoinr - maki Admin ia-i ItnMkttlM our l!noerUe :. w D.u fi W - CrutAbfiatd OB mate torn unsold pooM tooaoeo, put wdorie ' - Hvan, aad w instruct oar delegate to in your aast Boar order. Lntioki. and unit with all the DboaHBBBBBBaeaHLj mmmm.mmmm mmmimmm ..hb a& aasHEeapB Raspactfully, Mr. Huber Robert Um quantity b comparatively small and iMood.y of Kentucky, ia sp LoaisTilla. to vote Cor aaid Rttfus Van U now being dUpowrf of t prices aver cnK of the State Hill, both of Junction HAXiiaux ilxju o land Miss ladisx the . siaguificienV majority Sautter Ch&lrataa of State Central ' aging MtwMa a aad v eenu. City. BASE BALL Convention r Rates Winchester, 2 games 29 30 The Climax time-honore- $2.00 News-Journa- to-w- it: away-frow-ho- er RICHMOND tf to-wi-t: n i&r For AH Live Stock MOM-IRRITATIN- G. short-weigh- ts fllw ef I 1 u As-bel- u at-lr- Cvtko. ad iHBWfirw iktu !. sm late at I m-Wte-d Tlr or I jBEK: LA ,T 1 Sifaaaa BBV n tftfteafMMii rtaaaaaaa a.aai aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataalaaaaaaaaaaaa J S. STANIFER your sBaBBV m mmm, LATONIA OPENS SKLYGRU Made Weil Notice To Creditors. -- MEMORIAL DAY MkIIie to CMSiSt r By Vinol Letters from a Grateful Mother spring Spltf m W sKr sK aaW 'aBHaiBBTBBBTBBBTBSk. Suit Never before have the as sortments been so complete Uur racks are brimming ove with all the new styJes Tftflty-fot- Rich. Days. DERBY WILL BE RUN JUNE Young men, you know where you get satisfaction. Come and let. us show you our nice line of Suits. For Fit, Style, Wear and Quality none is our equal Indications Point to Greatest Sesslo of Racing Ever Seen In the West, as the Best Horses In Training at the Present Time Are Entered I the Memorial Handicap and Other Events That Will Follow Special Rates Arranged For Openlpg and Derby Days and on Saturdays by Railroads. Tlw spring meeting of the Latonla Jockey club will begin on May 30, with tlio running of the $3,000 Me morial handicap is the feature. Twen days more racing will follow meeting will close on June 26, and the The greatest Derby ever run In the west will take place on Saturday ty-thr- New Haven, Conn. "My little girl, over since her birth, waa frail and sickly and nothing seemed to.do her any good until we tried your cod liver and iron tonic, Viaol. As soon as she commenced to take It, I noticed an improvement in her health and appearance. She has now taken three bottles of Vlnol, and from tho good it has done her I can say it will do all you claim for It in building up and strengthening frail and delicate children." (Name furnished on request) Another mother of Chicago, 111, writes: "I can not say too much in praise of Vlnol for delicate, ailing children." We ask every mother of a frail, Bickly or ailing child in this vicinity to try Vlnol on our agreement to return their money If it does not do all wo claim. B. L. MIDDELTON, Druggists IticnMOSD, Kv Advice En Route by Associated Literary Press.) Rattling over the frogs and switches, the "Special" picked Its way through the yard, while the engineer's hand grasped the throttle nervously. Tho president of the road, Philip. Newman, sat In the rear car, and he had demanded a record run down to the next division. Once past the tangle of tracks, there was a clear road and a good roadbed all the way to Tuwora. Thomson usually took out tho east and west flyer. Ho was a new engineer on the road and he wanted to show tho "Old Man" what ho could do. Back in his private car, Newman was going through the package of mail handed him as he had stepped aboard. It seemed to Newman that since his secretary had quit, the mail had been twice ah heavy as formerly. For perhaps half an hour he worked over tho mall, then he threw it down on the table in disgust, and went out on the rear platform to smoke a cigar in the crisp winter sunshine. As he stepped through the door, a dark bun dle huddled beside the steps caught his eye and he scowled. He stooped to grasp the man's col lar, but before ho could do so the man had sprung up and was facing him defiantly. "Yes, I'm stealing a ride," he ad mittcd before Newman had spoken. "Like you, I am going over the road without a ticket. You can't blame the train hands. They were careful enough, but when they were clear of the yards they had to stay up front or pass through your car, and I knew that they wouldn't do that, so I hopped on board because I want to get away from here." "Come inside," ordered Newman grufily as he saw that the man's thin coat and threadbare trousers offered little protection from tho nipping air. He was rather amused at the Idea of a tramp stealing a ride on bis own car. The stranger followed without the least embarrassment and accepted with easy courtesy the stiff drink that Newman prescribed as an antidote for the cold. "If I can wash my hands some where," the tramp suggested when the warmth had penetrated his halffrozen body, "I'll work my passage. I used to be a pretty good hand at the typewriter in the old days. If you have any rout'.ne stuff that an out sider can see, I'll clear that away for you. I know how It is when the mail gets piling up." He moved toward the closed type writer desk in a corner of the salon and raised the cover. He nodded as he saw tho machine was in good con dition, and then followed the porter to the wash room whence he emerged with clean hands and face and well brushed hair. Newman stared at the transformation. "I m not a tramp," was the easy explanation. "I am merely out of a Job and without a reference to get another berth. I was unwise In falling in lovo with my boss' daughter. It was a small town, and he could keep mo from getting another place there, so I had to leave." As he spoke he moved toward the machine again and took up one of the letters In the basket His fingers fairly flew over the keys and presently he passed a sheet over to Newman. It was terse and comprehensive, and Newman nodded. The president reached for the Dasket and removed a few of the moro important Jetters, then Indicated the rest "Do those," he ordered, "and you will be able to make New York in a day coach instead of a box car." The letters were out of the way and signed before the train whistled for Tuwora, and Newman turned to his helper. "Want to go on from tho division point or stay on and be my secretary?" he asked. "I'll stay," was the quiet response. "The girl lives in Harmon, and that's only 60 miles from your headquarters. I'll marry her yet." "That's the way to talk." cried Newman. "If you want a girl, fight until you get her. You might answer these (Copyright. 1913, - All parties having claims against the estate of G. B. Turley, deceased, are hereby notified to present same, properly proven,.onor before June 1, 1912, or same will be barred. AH persons. Indebted to said estate are requested to call and settle at once. G. B. and W. B. Tobust, 15-Administrators. FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point wbteh yea should never at any time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless they are supplied with the material from WhiefelSggs are made. A Hen is only a machine for making Eggs out of the material which she finds in her feed, and unless she is given TONIC regularly, along with her feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. the-prop- er It would surprise you to know of the great good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Ncwberg Junction, N. B.. writes, "My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any troublo with your stomach or bowols givo them a trial. Sold by all dealers. lm Barred Rock Eggs For Hatching. Wo have tho stock and they are good, strong, healthy chickens.. Our pullets layed during all the cold weather of the past winter. They are exceptionally good layers and began to lay at five months old. Wo have a few hens for $1 each. Eggs 50 for 15;$1.50 for 50; $2.50 per hundred. Telephone 224. A. D. & C. D. Miller, f Richmond, Ivy. 41-t- The People's Poultry Remedy carries within itself every ingredient necessary for he Production of Pure, Rich and Who4esme Eggs. It is not only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which acts quickly upon evory vital part, keepfeg the CHICKENS HEALTHY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. PROPHET IS 15 YEARS OLD They're the very style you want We show them in medium and dark Norfolk Suits1 Hindu Regarded by European Theoso-phls- ts as Precursor of "the Master." Europe of Paris. Theosophlsts have their thoughts directed toward Paris, for at Paris has arrived a new Hindu prophet who is regarded by many Theosophlsts as the precursor of the ultimate Master who is to give to the world its moral transformation. He Is a mere boy, only 16 years of age, and he comes from Adyar, India. At fourteen he wrote a book called "At tho Feet of the Master," which has been translated into many languages, and which is said by Theosophlsts to be inspired by a high consciousness of human needs. To them the prophet, who is called both Krishnamurti and Alcyone, confirms by his presence tho declarations of Mrs. Annie Besant In her address at the Sorbonno last year that a profound change was coming in the life of humanity and that It was to enter upon a new phase to be signalized by the coming of the Master, who was to establish a new religion. The prophet presided at a meeting of Theosophlsts. He plans to pass about six months at the University of Oxford, to gain a knowledge of west ern culture, for he believes that In the new era there will come a union of western culture and of eastern wis dom. He predicts for the future tho formation of a new continent In the Pacific ocean like the one called At lantis, which, according to classical tradition, once existed In the Atlantic ocean. The prophet and his friends contend that the Bogoloff islands whose coming in the North Pacific was accompanied by seismic disturbances are the nucleus of the new continent he has in mind. This physical earth change, he believes, will signalize revolution In religion. NOTED RICIIMOIVD DRUG CO. shades We promise you the greatest value in all the land JjjjJ Our suits are now going, so come early that you may have a larger selection to choose from Correct Footwear We are leaders in WearWell5hoe for Men" $4.00 jj Special" at $3 and $3.50. We have the new things that the ladies want White Buck Suede, Velvet and Gun Metal in pumps that are guaranteed to fit. r d . i ,i nutcnins iamous aSency for women. We have the sole agency ror Kice G Ttii We carry them in White Duck and Canvas Educator Shoes. 'The Always June 8. Latonla Is one of the garden spots of the country and the race course has always been famed for Its boautl ful surroundings. It lies in the Lick ing valley, nestling among majestl Kentucky hills and the scenic lnves- ture is most picturesque. Since the advent of John Hachmels- ter, who Is in complete charge, the Latonla track, which was built 29 years ago, has been brought to the racing plant ctandard of an Thirty thousand dollars were spenl last year on the track, and when the opening day rolls around Latonla can claim to be the best appointed racecourse in the country. It can be When baby suffers with eczema or fome itching skin trouble, use Doau's Ointment. A little of it goes a long way and it is safe for children. 50c. a box at all stores. lm Office for Rent. Ofllce equipped with water and heat in our building on Second street. Pos session given at once. 24-t- f . Farmers, Attention We are Agents for the Douglas & Simmons. "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed mo terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters reached tho cause." J. H, Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. lm and "Royal ... rr- Sil-Ki- - Why Not Build a Home This Year And let 19 12 mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. The winter is a good time to perfect al! 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 jt-& & & that go into a building Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc Corner Orchard and Todd Edwards Lumber Go. -Main-s- t Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky The Imperial Double Disc Harrow . sectioat eat Use groand aasl throw it outward. The rear sections work it ngain and throw it back powtucm. The greanil is kwM aad pulverized and left in perfect condition for seeding. Once ear Ska ftaU with an Isaperial DoaMe Disc dees as much work as twice over with a Single Disc and does it thoroughly. The time and aspease of discing is reduced one-hal-f. Mara mm arsliaery Disc Harrow of six or seven foot oat is peoerally used with three horses. An Imperial Double Disc of the sane width of cut roquiras oalv four. The saving of horse power is accomplished: First, by th form of the machine. The double action of the the two harrows, one attached to and immediately following the other, requires much less than the power of two separate harrows. eood. by the shape of the blades. The scalloped blades, though better pulverizers than solid blades, have loss bearing service against the surface they move and consequently have tess draft. km wars! m Mm Mm ariataaI Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street Ask the Woman easily reached from Cincinnati by Covington trolley cars, which go dl rect to the grandstand. The L. Sc. N, also has a splendid train service to the course from the Fourth and Smith etreet depot. There is also a splen' did roadway through Covington and then via the Madison pike, which makes it a pleasant journey with car riage or motor. Owing to the big Interest In the coming races at Latonla, the L. & N. road has arranged for a special rate on the opening day and on Derby day from some of the principal cities of Kentucky, and the C, N. O. & T, railway has done the same thing. The L. & N. has also provided for round trip from Louisville to Latonla every Saturday during the meeting, return tickets being good until Mon day morning. The indications point to the great est session of racing ever seen in the west. The Memorial handicap Is sure to be a great race, and the Derby will be a struggle between the giants of the division Best Horses Entered. In the Memorial handicap are Meridan, winner tf the Kentucky Derby ol 1911, and one of the best horses in training at the present time. Then there is Adams Express, who beat the great Meridan at Louisville, Fash Ion Plate, Granite, Round the World and about 65 others. The three great Worth, Sprite and The Manager, are also on tho list, and one or two of these will go to the post if the weight assigned Is looked v.pon with favor. The Derby is the best looking one that ever Latonla presented. In that race there will be a struggle for turl supremacy the like of which has not been seen. Here is Worth, winner ol the Kentucky Derby a few weeks ago. He belongs to H. C. Hallenbeck, an eastern millionaire. There Is The Manager, belonging to Tom O'Dowell, who is every Inch the true type ol the Kentucky gentleman. There 1 Sprite, owned by H. K. Knapp, an other eastern millionaire and one oi tho pillars of the Eastern Jockey club, It can bo seen that if the race resolves itself to a struggle between the Kentucky horse against the pett of the eastern millionaires, there will surely be a race The owners of these three clinkers all believe that theli own is best, and the struggle will b a bitter one. The three mentioned will hardly have the race to themselves, as there are a large numbei of good colts eligible, and at a differ ence In the weight might do the unex pected. Besides these two stakes there are four others which will be run on Saturday, with the exception of the Trophy stake, which will be decided on the closing day. Tho betting will be done through the which have been found the fairest of all betting sys tems, and they, at the same time remove much of the incentive for dis honesty. John C. Weber's prize band ol America will hold a concert daily be fore and during the races. three-year-old three-year-oldparl-mutual- s, Attention. I desire to call the attention of the good people of Madison and adjoining counties o the fact that I am prepared to do all kinds of rubbertiring. I will put 8 rubbertiros on wheels 3 feet 4 incnes, and 3 feet 8 inches, for $12.00 per sot, and on wheels 3 feet 0 inches, and 3 feet 10 inches, for $14.00 per set, steel tire, per set, $4.00. Setting buggy tires 40 cents each. Tho above prices are for cash. See mo before placing your order for work of this character. E. Waldkx, 0 mo. Red House, Ky. Now is tho time to havo your screen work done. Don't wait until the flies got in. We do all kinds of fly screen work. Baelo'w & Doziek, 30-:- f 307 East Main street. Take your wool to E. Deatherage and got the highest prices. tf 7-7-- S Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators Also New Western Cultivators Malta double-shov- el 5 and 14 tooth Cultivators. mccormick Binders Mowers TAYLOR & OLDHi ACTRESS KILLS SELI Hedl Herdlna Longed for a Theater of Her Own and Lost Her Fortune. Who Wears aSaaBaSSJBjaaaBaaa' Them Smallest Note Ever Issued. Once a Bank of England note for one penny was Issued by mistake. It got into circulation, and was a source of great annoyance to many person! when making up accounts. Search was made by the bank, and at lenth It discovered the holder of the note. who returned it to them for a fancy price. This Is the smallest amount for which an English note has ever been Issued, for of course notes ununder 3 are never drawn up unless fiy mistake. Answers. ARE YOU A WOMAN? This smart canvas pump made of pure white linen is being shown this week in all sizes and lasts at . Have You Piles? Then Hem-Roi- d look: is What You In- Vienna. One of the prettiest, most popular comediennes of the variety years stage, Hedl Herdlna. twenty-siold. blew out her brains with a re volver in her elegantly furnished apartments in the Czerningasse a few days ago because of financial losses in a vaudeville enterprise. A few hours before she committed suicide she met friends In a cafe and was as gay and entertaining as usual At midnight she went home, wrote some letters and rang for her child' nurse, requesting that the child be brought without waking It Repeated ly she kissed the sleeping child, soft ly, then put around its neck a chain to which was attached the key of her safe. After this she went to bed and the maid noticed that she took with her a small mirror. When found dead next morning the lamp In her room was burning, the mirror and a revolver had She had fallen from her hands. pressed the weapon to her right tem ple. When only sixteen her talents were discovered in Berlin. She was paid the highest salaries ever earned by a soubrette in Germany. While per forming there a wealthy Turk fell in love with her and took her to Egypt Two years ago she returned to Berlin with $125,000 which her wealthy ad mlrer had given her. Four months ago other letters." she came to Vienna. Here she was He Indicated the more Important not satisfied with being a queen of the variety stage. She determined to own ones he had withheld until he had a vaudeville theater, and in the Mono-pol- e studied his man, and while the nimble Angers resumed their Variety lost halt her fortune, her partner, who managed the Tabarln work, he smoked and reflected. Here a theater, disappearing with the rest of was yet man who would not glvo up he himself had lost heart In her money. This caused her to kill and his own love affair. He wanted Alicia herself. Lelghton for his wife, and he had been frightened ofT by the rivalry ol IN JAIL TO SEE HANGING younger men, though ho was little past forty. Two Men Have Themselves Arrested, "What Is your name?" he But the Sheriff Foils Their Plans. "Paul Sidney," was the quiet re sponse. "I have been working loi Chamhersburg, Pa. In order that Seth Slater In Harmon." they might witness the hanging of Newman drew some bills from his William Reed, which will take place in pocketbook. the Franklin county Jail here, Denis "There Is a half hour stop here," he Crllley of Roadside and John Dunn of said. "It Is a division point and there Hagerstown, Md., got themselves ar are some tangles I must straighten rested for drunkenness, refused ' to out Slip uptown and get a suit thai pay fines, and were committed to wlii make you presentable. No, It prison. Isn't an advance on salary," he added, "But after we landed In Jail," said as Paul made a memoranda of the Crllley, "we found that tho prison sum. "That Is payment for advice,' era couldn t see the execution. But and as the surprised stenographei we didn't give up and got after the turned away he added to himself, sheriff. He told us there was no use "and you won t bo married before 1 to talk, as he wouldn't permit us to am. I guess I can jaako a fight too.' witness the hanging. Wo begged hard but it was so good. That settled it LOVELY HAIR for me. I sent for father and he camo and paid fines and costs for both of us, and we were released." x lat-ter'- s Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. t E. Deatherage will buy your wool and pay will the highest cash prices. tf Constipation causes headache, indigestion, dizziness. For a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Regulets. 25c. a box at all stores. lm W. L. LEEDS Painter and Decorator Residence352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Stray Bull. Strayed from my place on Big Hill pike about May 10, a blue or squirrel grey Jersey bull dehorned and weighs about COO pounds. Reward for information leading to recovery. 4S-2- Superb Wall Papers New York Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home' t. M. M. Hamilton, R. D. No.3, Richmond, Ky. NoveljColorings : Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME Building material of all kinds at W. Get prices before placing your orders for this class of W. Broaddus & Co. goods. 48-t- f Our contributors and correspondents will pleaso remember to white ox one side op the I'ArEii only, as it causes tho compositor to ."speak out" when written on both sides of the paper. tf Boarders Wanted. Good clean rooms and good table. Apply to Mns. Clyde Pulless, 3l-t- f 331 Moberlv avenue. The People's Stock Remedy At this season you should not be without a package of The People's Stock Rotncdy; 25c and 50c. Curo that old sore, cut or wound bv applying Tho People's Antiseptic Healing Powders. Sold bv Richmond Drue- 30-t- f Company. Send It In. If you have a bit of news, send it in; Or a joke that will amuse, send it in; A story that is true. An incident that's new, Wo want to hear from you. To TnE Cltmax. Send it in i wr. that stove-artists Gott will take all your wool and pay tho highest price. Never can toll when you'll mash finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Bo prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your druggist sells it. 35c and 50c. lm ror a nlidnight supper, as for any olher meal at any pother time, the very latest thing in stoves--th- e best i can rlrs 1 The Latest! Thing"! irif Stoves J Cook-stov- e It concentrates the beat wben yexj want it and where tou want It. Ituajamckugas, itraifier ana LancSer tLaa coal, cneaper tnaa I 1 " S 1 It Burns It Ne Ashes Oil trates Heat Ne Waste Concen- - Oil It has long been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty It'is Ready It "is Handy NeDht Ns Delay dectnatr. laruuuMe-blu- e wellduring the first terwof ofllce,and you can make no mistake by deciding to cast your vote for It li. Terrill for tion to the ofllce of County Court Clerk His record is open fpr the closest inspection, tf re-el- ec tTba Hew Perfection Stars hu fcne, eaiDeU, chicaner. It ta bancWjoielv naabed in axlei, Vrth cabinet top, drop beho. torrtl racxi.ete. Madewsb I. lor ibmtn. AU Wm carry tba New Perfection Storo. Fre Cool-Boo- k aha vkh erery riore. Cool-Boo- k "Tig cesa Bocorer Buuins cotf. Uncarporatad in Kentucky) Corisctoil. Ky.j Lcmltrill, KjJ AtUnU. Ca BirmlniKam. Ala and Jacloonrille. FT., STANDARD OIL COMPANY sm "yi j 1 Want A Guaranteed ternal Remedy. TO HELP ARGENTINE FARMERS South America Republic to Have Department of Agriculture Next Fall. New York. The government of Ar gentina will begin next fall the of' a national department of agriculture modeled after the department la the United States. For the purpose &f obtaining American ex perts to take charge of the work the Argentine government has had R. E, Boula In this city for the last three week. Mr. Bouia said he has com pletaa Us work and expects to return shortly accoaspaaiad hy six Aneri- - Get Yours Now S3 50 so taCuty. white Shoes have come t of our prettiest white linen pumps, be had now for shows one Yourlaize can Two hundred styles - of this famous shoe ready for your selection S2 48 W. D. Oldham & Company Richmond'f Ortattst Store PARISIAN SAGE is not a dyeit does not contain poisonous sugar of lead or any other dangerous ingredient. It is a high grado scientific combina tion that will put life, lustre and beauty into any hair, tho minute it is applied. Scalp itch goes ovor night; dandruff disappears; hair stops falling and tho scalp becomes immaculately clean and let. free from germs. There's a dollghtful treat coming to Day Trip to 5L Louis. your scalp if you haven't tried PARIS By leaving Richmond on L.& N.train, eaa. Mr. Beula was term la Louisiana IAN SAGE. Girl with Auburn Hair on 0:25 a. m., direct connection is made aaa is d'freeter at the gOTersraeaUl every carton and bottle. 50 cents at with the B. & O. fast train,leaving agricultural wieriauat statte at Perry's Drug Store and dealers every Cincinnat 12 o'clock noon daily, arrivwhere. ing St. Louis at 8 o'clock same ovening, This train carries, elegant high back seat E. Deatherage Is receiving wool at the coaches, parlor cars, electric lighted There sever was a time when people Madison Tobacco Warehouse Take dining car, and makes direct connection asfteejataa the real merits of Chamber- - your fleece to him and get tho highest in St. Louis Union Station with all Wes market price. t . 48-tern, Northwestern and Southeastern laia's Ceegh Remedy more than now, o stock owners uso lines. Other B. & O S-St.Louis" fast This m sfeown by the Increase in skies Veterinary R'emddios. All medicine tralAcle&ve Cincinnati, daily, 2:15 a.m., aad voluntary testimonials from persons no filler. For sale by Stockton & Son, v a. as., and 9;15 p. m. Night trains whe have been cured by it If you W druggists,Richxnond,Ky., Agents. a hav electric lighted steeping e&rs with yow children arc troubled with a ceug ladividual berth lights. For informa Dan Breck, firo, lightning, cyclone tion m to fares and other particulars, or aeU five it a trial and become e- - and live stock insurance. tf oeawilt your fecal ticket afeat, or ad etieJatsd with its good qualities. For Dr. Russell's Cprn Remedy does the dress S. T. SfiELY, T. P. A., B. fc O. sale by all dealers. lm . S$-- tt work Wines' Prog Store, a S-R. K., 512 Traction UiiSainaj, Cia- We wfB fefbiah you the beet aaabwa Have your furniture put in good order and pat tfeeat up at lowest prioes. before spring cleaning. Ooit, the poultry bud, will buy your Barlow &. Douxa, Baslow St Doziax, wo&L 48 tf 89-t807 Satt Htta street. 39-- tf ayfEe Ham street. D S-tf Cal-Sin43-fts- Here is a physician's remedy.in sugar coated tablets taken inwardly,that cures all forms of piles and avoids painful operations,as well as the common odious treatments. It attacks the very cause bad circulation. This remedy is Dr. Leonhardt's HESI-ROIsold by B. L, Middelton, and all druggists. $1 for 24 days medicine, and satisfaction guar anteed. Dr. Lconhardt Co., Station B. Buffalo, N. Y., Prop. Writo for book- - Paisian 5ae Immediately Banishes Dandruff, Stops Scalp Itch and Makes the Hair Radiant and Charming. Take your wool to Gott and get the 43-top price. tf Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock. tf You Don't Have To L. & Ne Time Table j P South Bound. No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:05 a. m. Mid-nig" No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De parts 0:45 a. m. No. 1. Louisvillo to Beattyville Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvllle. Ar rives 11:40a. m. Departs 12:13a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville Arrives and Departs 11:31 e. m. No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. nr. No. 3. Louisville to Beattvville Successor to Tate & Son Arrives 0:45 d. m. Denarts 7:2.1 n m No. 9. Cincinnati & Mavsville to Stari- Main loru. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs nzo p. mi North Bound jwU No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:16 a. ra. 0. 10. fatanford to Cincinnati and aaysville. Arrives 6:30 a. m. Departs 6:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives 7:15 a. m. Depart 7:20 No. 28. Louisville to Ric'hnui via Rowland. Arrives 12:06 p. m. No. 38. Knoxville te CiaeiiHiasL Ar rives 1:39 p. sb. Departs :M Mr. Farm: Mtka TOSr BSM SS npdaia bv raw fimtlv a No. 70. Stanford to Richm esi. Arrive rot .dttMW aad plsve yonnwlf in s poMtton to 3:60 p. . t the market quotations a. ny tim. This em be aeccaapJitbecl by mma ol oar telephone serrire, whe-joNo. 4. Beattyville to Louisville and your nirhbor can g for a asm that la small cos pared with the ben Arrive l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.n CH or addrss our offie or write te bdqnsrter Ke. 32. JaelMeaville te CiswlaaktU. 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