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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - 38th YEAR TOE MCH 1 ; ' . . .RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912 endeavor to keep it puro and improve it in other ways. E. J. KINNEY, Assistant Agronomist, , Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. NUMBER 51 K r ; Improving Wheat Varieties. A good milling wheat should be fairly hard and the grains uniform in hardness, color, size and shape. Such wheat will make the largest percentage of high grade flour and will command the highest prices. The first step in producing wheat hav ing these qualities Is to procure a variety which, in addition to yielding heavily and having the necessary stiffnees of straw to stand up well, has the required hardness of grain to be acceptable for There is considers milliog purposes. bio variation among different varieties in this respect, and the reader is refer red to Bulletin No. 155 of this Station for a discussion of the relative values of our most common varieties. After the variety is secured, the uniformity of grain is largely a question of keeping tho variety pure. It is manifestly impossible to have uni formity where there is a mixture of varieties, for the grain of different varie ties of wheat differs in character. Wheat is practically a plant, and crossing between varieties wll not occur to any appreciable extent even under the most favorable conditions Thus mixing of for suoh crossing. varieties is due almost entirely to mec hanical means. Tho traveling thresh ing outfit is the chief factor concerned in this, because considerable quantities of grain are carried from one farm to an other in the separators, No matter how pure a variety is to begin with, it will become mixed in a few years unless extraordinary precautions are taken to prevent it. As a result ltis almost im possible to find a variety of wheat ab solutely free from admixtures of other varieties. "The plan described below is one which has been found entirely practical and efiicient in producing pure seed wheat. In addition, it is wheat breeding in its the best variety and Stops Scalp Itch Dandruff and Every Form o Sparks Celebrated .LiIVfor Comer Main and B J 5ca!p Disease Cured Quick by Zemo. It is simply wonderful how Zemo goes IE-Be- TIE STEARNS & FOSTER MATTRESS (WMEOAEVEW GENUVE MATTRESS) LAYERS OF COTTON STAHDiM NEARLY THREE FEET HIGH ARE: COMPRESSED TO ONE SIXTH- -l THEIR ORKINALHEKHTANI ENCASED IN THE TICKING PRODUCING A MATTRESS OF st ' The Inwardness of Piles. d, Whitewashing, Etc. Sold Only by L. R. Blantoii Street.; 85 AVI10 M10 Telephone y A Widow in the Next County lias achieved reputation of running her farm ''as pood as any man" comes out strongly in favor of American Fence She says that she put up American Fence there was always trouble at some position of her lan d a place where stock had broken through or be-fo- prove what it will do at trifling expense, trial bol costs but 31 for 24 days' Zemo is now put up in medicine. Dr. Lconhardt Co., Station ties. B. Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. givo relief. HEM-ROI25-ce- after dandruff. You rub a little of it in The Cause is Inside. Use with tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glands, stimulates 'them. Hem-Roithe Inward stops the itch, and makes the head feel Zemo is fine. No, it isn't sticky! Remedy. fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't Inward treatment is the secret of the have to even wash your hands after using Zemo. And what a wonder it is for successful euro for nlles, sold by Middelton's Drug Store and all eczema, rash, pimples and all skin afflictions. trial bottle at A druggists under a strict monoy-bacPerry's Drug Store, is guaranteed to guaranteo of satisfaction. II EM ROID tablets)acts stop any skin irritation. Zemo is prepared by E.W. Rose Medi inwardly, and livens up circulation of cine Co., St. Louis,Mo., and is regularly blood in the flabby.swollen parts, curing permanently where salves, etc., only sold by druggists at $1 a bottle. But to HEM-ROI25-cek X Vw (sugar-coate- d W&K I I 8elk I f:mk 4M I llfWt I tffl "W lW-- iff fv f M - : :TZ' , ,j , - Ml C w V : Nearly Always This Way. mail-orde- r LEBRUN, GRAND OPERA SINGER. In full costume evening of Saturday, June 29, Richmond Chautauqua MME. the blown down tion. The would rust rain or snap frost. Since wind had a sec fence from from I Want adopting Your Child American Fence she has had none of these troubles. This is only another example of But Only to Photograph When at case, nothing can be more artistic and graceful than a child I have made a special study of photographing children; I know are in easy, natural positions; when they are most graceful My studio is a studio for childhow to catch them when they the fact that it pays to buy the bes Ml. simplest form and a variety of wheat handled in this manner is certain to maintain its excellence. Go into the field of npo' wheat with a basket and select enough of the hest heads, true to tho variety, to mako sufficient grain to plant an acre or so the next fall. The amount selected will, of course, vary with the wheat acreage on the farm. Carefully dry and thresh by hand. In the fall treat for smut as described in Bulletin No 155 and plant on tho best of tho wheat land. Take pre cautions to keep from mixing wherThar- vested, and thresh after the main crop1 is threshed, discarding the first bushol or so, as it contains somo wheat from This the previously threshed crop. wheat should bo absolutely puro and will furnish sufficient seed to plant the main crop tho next fall. For the farmer who wishes to sell seed wheat which ho can guaranteo to be absolutely pure, it will be well to repeat this selection each year, although if practiced every two or three years the variety should become but slightly mixed if care is taken to set asido the first few bushels when beginning the Another method of keeping a -- variety pure, which may be more easily followed, is to go over a small plot in tho general Held and carofully cut out all the heads of foreign varieties. Cut and thresh the wheat from this plot by hand and usefor t he seed plot as in case of the head selection described above It is advised not to attempt growing too many varieties on a farm, as this groatly increases the difficulty of keep It is better to find ing each pure. "Dear sir," wrote the man Teachers, Madison County. to the farmer who had answered his ad I have arranged with tho Louisvillo & vertisement, "your favor of recent date Nashvillo Railroad for a grand three received, and I beg to acknowledge re days Teachers Trip to Mammoth Cave s ceipt of the which you kindly from Madison county, June 19th. I am inclosed. anxious for all our teachers in the coun "By this same mail I am sending you, ty to see this great subteranean wonder, as agreed, one of our patent coat hang. and have made all my arrangements to ers. You will, I am sure, find it all we go with the tcachors and their friends claim neat, sensible, simple, practical person. Tho cost.of the trip includ in No parts to be put on or taken on. A ing the railroad fare, board at cave hotel hammer is all that is needed to attach through the cave and tho several routes permanently to any post or wall." for $12.15. A special program has been In due time the farmer received the provided by tho cave management to letter -- and in a separate package one give a display of fira works In the rot wire nail. unda, which will surpass anything over A convention of shoe manufacturers seen under ground. A special coach has been provided to leave Richmond, Wed- has decided that women's feet are grow nesday, Juno 19th, on regular train 7:20 ing larger, and a new and improved list a. m. A cordial in vita' ton is extend of sizes is to be adopted. to all citizens who wish to join on this it is now well known that not more outing. Joun Nolasd, than one case of rheumatism in ten re t Supt. Madison County Schools, quires any internal treatment whatever. All that is needed is a free application two-bittwo-inc- h 50-2- You will say -"I never knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable. i i Com- That's jus! what satisfied users of Steams & Fofler Mattresses are sayiag. You owe. it to yourself to have a Stearns & Foster in your home and enjoy resl that k For People Who Have to Eat If you cat, you need "Digestil.," It aids Digestion,- - prevents distress after eating, stops gas formation, relieves in. digestion instantly and cures dyspepsia, Brown's Digestil is a little tablot easy to swallow and absolutely harmless. It has relieved thousands. Sold on positive guaranteo. lour money back if you want it 50c. Henry L. Perry, Rexall Druggist. of Chamberlain's Liniment and massag ing the parts at eaoh application. Try itandseehow quickly it will relieve the pain and soreness. Sold by all dealers, lm Old corn $4.25 per bbl. by the load. Send your order to R. li. Arnold & Co. tf fortable, Refreshing, Healthful. A good night's reft on a Stearns & FoAer MbKkms co&s too little for you to put up longer with that old uncomfortable mattress. Stearas & Foslcr Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds of YzLz :.s, lerming the many layers of Springy, Buoyant Cotton standing nearly three feci kigli. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as t be : j yet fiiir. half.yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfedl relaxation. Come in today and ask us to show you a Stearns & Foster Mattres. We'll fladly i. : .. . a punuvc. guarantee on every mattress .1. . Bearing the Stearns cc n -H n - t especially lit Ix-s- t is no higher priced that the poorer kinds t and is so. much cheaper in .ong run. American Fence In styles and weights for all purposes, is sold by ren. It is arranged for children children like to come. Bring me your child and see what I can do with him or her, as a model The price of gasoline has gone up as well as the price of hay. This is where tho auto has nothing on tho horse. We see by tho papers that two Angeles girls rescued two young from tbe angry deep. This being year, there can bo no doubt nbout sequel. uos A voft Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. The Ibtagluf Telephone 52 Studio men leap tho U, above all otW things, tic ckii-dre- a. tbe a ay Buildiap, between Joe's and Ue Pottolfke D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Maid in attendance For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. lm get SCOTT'S.- - AUDrttu. Scott & Bovrnr. Btoomfield. N. J 1J-- reaedy for sickly, wasted It Besrakes asd baiMi tkea Bp wfaea erdkary feed abcektely fails. Be sure to OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 229 VT.S.O. R.O I, The iL HUSTLiNfO rash Store You Ready for Spring Have You Bought That New Spring Suit? Every one Have you examined Hamilton Bros, line of Ladies' Tailored Suits at $10.00 to $25.00? says they are beauties and prices far below the quality. Men's and Boys' Suits Take a look at our Men's and Boys' Suits values never before offered so low. Boys' Suits at all prices. j.' ' before you purchase. We have what you want and at -. Youlmow; we specialize $10,00 and $15.00 Suits for menV . . . "A' Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords In :all styles. New snappy lasts and at prices to please everybody. . - imp T3B&.i. -- T 4 Men's and Boys Shoes and Oxfords; Also Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children. , J E.iltjbrand. . - -- 3??'- ' r. - " . All lities More Complete ThanEei-- - Call and See Them HAMIIJFONr fiROTHERS , &3 1 j - IklLfJ!.! .i&'&'Zjjrf-zx. - - .. . ' r ; J . tmimui itmBiSHimtttilMMitfmM - '.;'. ..Mite.. ' A-- , r. miii mm Our Story in a Nut Shell OunlMl Line of Goods is "up to the min-uteVl as we constantly watch the market new ariB worthy goods, and we refor spectfully invite your attention to our line of ijM Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists vm Congressman Harvey Helm. inn A Deluge of aaVajBBjaBjajBajBjBjBjBjaBajBBB Bargains .. Devastating Dependable Merchandise .. Reckless as to Cost or Value . I .1 wen, necessary to tell you that it rained tms spring, i.r.ii u iuoKb HARDLY our bank account became water soared for it seems to have shrunk. We have on hand vast quantities of top notch merchandise and wearables are unbroken. We know the worst of it is these fine lots you do not want to hear the other fellow's troubles, but here is where that ceasewater causes your hard earned dollars to do magic stunts, vv e less down-pourmake no secret of ittrade conditions compels us to raise money AT ONCL . e L 1 of-choi- ce of .... if not sooner and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall Goods and- - Winter Hit HI Crash 60 The Prices Annihilation Sensational The Richmond Climax. Stanford. Ky . June 7 The Interior Journal today makes formal announce in the ment of the candidacy of Congressman Ilarvoy Helm for Democratic primary, August drd, as loiiows: Formal announcement as a candidate for Democratic nomination to succeed himself in the National House of Representatives, is mado today by Congressman county. Mrs. Elizabeth Crow bas returned Harvey Helm, of Lincoln Such an announcement at the proper time, of course, was expected, for there from a visit to Danville. Is probably no voter in the Eighth District who bas not known for a long, time Miss Russell Stouffer is at home from that those who endorse the great work Congressman Helm has done in the service attended school. Virginia where she and that ho would consent of his people would insist that he stand for feUSKEB ETERT WEMESUT EI Mrs IT. G. Cornelison of Christoball, to go before tho electorate again, giving a faithful account of his stewardship,and Panama, is the guest of Mr and Mrs B. inviting a full and fair inspection of every detail of his record, content that tne t he has played in voters shall judge his worthiness of their approval by THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO L. Banks. gone to Cadiz I tne legislation inaugurated and passed by the Democratic House In its battle for (Incorporated.) Prof D IV Bridges has for a visit, his family having preceaea Congressman Helm has served three terms, the hrst two as a member of the him some days ago. Pres. and Mgr. minority party. His last term, however, has been with a triumphant majority. A. D. Milter Miss Dudley Doty left yesterday for which has made party history, and conspicuously has the name of the membor Sec'y-Treo- s. w. q. wmio her home in Colorado after a pleasant from the Old Eighth District appeared among those who are mainly responsible visit to friends in Richmond. for the fact that the election of a Republican president is today well nigh lm Mcmbtr cf Mr. and Mrs. Grider have taken rooms possible. PEESS ASSOCUTIOH KENTUCKY Prof, and Jlrs. the summer with id In every way. Mr. Helm has completely demonstrated his fitness for the post LEAGUE. Oassady at Madison Institute. EIGHTH DISTRKST PUBLISHERS Washington correspondents of the tion he holds. His work speaks for itself. Mrs Nannie Embry lias returned from daily newspapers during the present term liavo dovotcd more space to the results YEAR Dallas, Texas, where she spent the win- of his efforts than to any other one member of tho Kentucky delegation. A con' PER FBIOE tl.0 ter with hor daughtor, Mrs James Dun- - gressman's best assets are bis experience and service, and there are sections of IN ADVAXOE lep. the country which keep their representatives who havo demonstrated their efficiency, in office a number of terms, and thereby secure far better results than Miss Bmma Watts is attending Yas- - 1818 Bar WBDNBSDAY. JUNE 12- commencement exercises. those which are constantly seeking a change, and sending new and untried in em She will visit in Boston before returning bers to work with the seasoned veterans. An instance of the value of experience and sorvrco is shown in tho selection home. Expenditures in the Helm as chairman of Mn. W. R. Black and children, of of Mr.Department, one of the the important Committee on the Kentucky delega War two chairmanships awarded to Harbourvitle. have returned home after tion when the House was reorganized Mr. Helm's under Democratic control. Mr. Ilaarj- - MeAfee.of Garrard ooenly, sake a lengthy stay with Samuel Black work in that position in the way of economies and roforms has been of immense aad family. ait)-- Saturday. WM te lite value to the country and is but an earnest of the further service which he will be Mi Annie Edwards who was called to his constituents and country if continued in tho field where he bas already I Mrs B. M Xaale toft Monday for a to ber heme at Ford by the illiness and served so faithfully and well. i star t Grab Orcbcand Springs. death of her father, has returned to her As a member of the Census Committee lie has rendered tho farmers great Mr. Hay B Ilaeeer k at bM from duties as nurse at the Paltie A. Clay service in the preparation and passage of the Cantrill tobacco bill. As a member Kaw Ye to a visit to ate faaiUy. Infirmary. of the Committee on Insular Affairs he has labored to rid this government of the Mr. II. K. HaKcer Jr. will rewra ta Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Pickels. Mr.A. Philippine Islands that are a continuing tnenaco to the peace of the nation, and a JJew YeHc te aaaa Ute aematar. D. Miller and daughter. Miss Elizabeth heavy expense to govern and control. Has. J. lWk Oae is vteitimr bis Miller, and Miss Frank James are at Mr. Helm's friends believe that the great mass of tho voters of tho nation sister, Mh. W. II. Webb, ia LoaiavilR tending thcKentuoky Press Meeting in this fall, irrespective of party differences, are guing to demand an endorsement of OlyHipm Springs. the men who have worked singly and unselfishly for the common good during the Mrs. Marr Saaaarsoa aad son. and Paul Hanger are g ef New Yet, we riwunr Mr. Tfceejp- - Cadets ArnoldAugusta Military Acade term of the C2nd Congress now drawing to a close. That he has home from The &&4e Jyttffe'WWR stood in the forefront of the battle no one can truthfully deny. A sympathetic my. Ft. Defiance, Va. Both young men of the needs and wishes his Paat a4 AraoM Haager are at home have won certificates of distinction in undertaking very closely in touch withofthem. constituents over his district has brought him MtHocabarg Military School for the several brancnes of study. irem Air. neim nas always maae nis political iiirnts sine in me ODen. on Mr Raymond Jett. son of Mr and Mrs his merits and is identified with no faction or combination. Mrs. It. K. MUlioa aad cnUdrea Mt Shelby Jett of Kirksville neighborhood, The result of the primary August 3rd, 1912, will bo a vote of confidence in yastodar far a visit to bar paraats ia is expected home in a tow days to spend him as a public servant. his vacation. He bas been a student at Mas O. P. Tfoatniaa aad daughter, ef Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Jessamine Oounty. are visiuag Jtrs II. Capt. Carlo B. Brittain, U. S. Navy son of Irvine Hisle, The C. Jaspar. for a few days. aad Attorney G. M. Smith motored over are atteadiag from Richmond Tuesday on a short who was suddenly and very seriously Rev. aad Mrs Baraas CHURCH NOTES. the oea mono ore eat exercises at 1 rn visit to the former's sister, Mrs. M. F. stricken with appendicitis, and for North. Stanford Interior Journal. which be was taken to Lexington last iftvaata tMs week. Mrs. J. R. Quisenberry had as guests week to be treated, we are pleased to Uttle Miss May Gataeriae Jasper re for commencement exercises last week note, is recovering. Tho bright boy is a Ms her coasts turned ta day freai a v!it grandson of Mr. H. K, Melon of this At the evening scrvico at the Christian Msss Mariaa MltcaaH, of Xiebefesville. Mrs S. F. Rock and daughter, of Grays, county. n Mrs. E. T. Fidler and little son, of church the League workers oae of tne Chicago, Mr. and Mrs Irvine Prather, of Dr. C. Mareaat, of Irviae, Mr. and Mrs. Keats Speed, of New will bo in charge. prenlaeat pttyweiaas of Eastern Ken Lexington, and tlder J. n . fratner. York, are spending a short time with taaky, was ia Rteamowt last week. Representatives of the They League will speak at the 11 o'clock sor Mrs. Lillie L. Cotton, who has been Kentucky relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Phelps aad are en route to Atlanta, where Mr bpeed vice Sunday morning at the Baptist Mrs. Julia Caldwell, M. E. Pbalac are baek I torn a veit to isitinc her aunt, bas been will do newspaper work for the summer. Mineral Mrs. Rteaard Hacker ia Heeoln oeuaty. at Kentucky on accountWells,the serious Mrs. Speed was formerly Miss Florence ciinrcii. .everybody cordially invited of oalled home Next Sunday morning at the Christian Mrs. II. K. LTaaeer aad Mrs. B. L. acoident to her brother, Henley K. Chenault, of this city, and both she and ber husband are popular in social circles church the annual offering for Horn Mtddekea. ef Uiearaead, are visiting Gentry. Missions will be taken. It is hoped that here and elsewhere. Mrs. Robert A. Campbell Saelbyville , . n i ii Miss Nancy Woodford Clay, of Keoerd. ah uiumucia win iuu prelum anu maKe a Mrs. E. L. Harris, teacher in the generous contribution. county, great grand daughter of Miss Bah Masaa is attending the Mr. Cabel Cbenault at one tine a promi primary department at the Paris City Aoaaomy nent farmer and stock man of this coun School, will leave this week for RichAleraaae Meetiag at Llder B. C. McDougle filled tho pul tfeis week, waere see was Xoraerly i ty will be graduated today from Urauline mond, Ky., to take a special conrse at pit oi tne first freabytenan churc stadeat. the KentucKy Eastern Normal School. Sunday morning and evening.tho pastor. Academy, Urown county Unlo. During her absence, Mrs.Maggie Rogers itev. D. H. Scanlon, being in Virginia Mr Shelby JeU, Jr., wbo has bea at Mr John Fox with his wife and McCiiniock will occupy her home on iur a snort stay. teadlag the Caiversfty of Yirrinia will for the of he bene the lat ef ti.fc week to spead summer,Dawson, Ga. are here parents Pleasant street. Bourbon News. Bishop Lewis W. Burton, of the Lex stopping with Mrs Fox bis vaeatiea. ington Mr and Mrs Mrs M. A. Phelps. Their White shoes and slippers are cool and service Diocese, will hold Confirmation at the Episcopal church, this Mfes May Janes, wba k raeeveriag many friends in Madison are always comfortable. We have them in many city, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. from a severe auaek ef teasilitis, will glad to welcome them home. A Rice & Arnold. styles and prices. y class of three, composed of Joseph and leave for Fraakfart to visit Mrs. Mrs. John Duncan is in Lexington vis Louis Schlegel and John Nuckols, will T. J. Oeates. iting her daughter, Mrs. Fay Wukerson, bo confirmed. Services will also be held Off For Mammoth Cave. Misses Mary D. Pi ok els, Katheriac aad attending the commencement exer at 4:0 in tho afternoon. Rev. J. E Wake aad Gladys Perry left Monday for cises of Trained J urses at uoou Samari Under the chaperonage of Miss Lclia Thompson, ttio pastor, will be prosont Otympte Seriegs ta eajoy the gayaties tan Hospital, where her daughter, Miss Jane Harris, a large party numbering ano assist uisnop uurton the service oftfce Pres Oeaveatioa. forty or more left this morning over tho Hie public is cordially in Amanda S. Duncan is a graduate. invited to all L. & N. for a trip to Mammoth Cave. services. Mrs Sarah DaJaraett who has beea Editor Owon Mclntyre, of Danville It is one of the Bowmar excursions and visltiag bar daaghier, Mrs J. It. WttUs, at will at Grab Orchard Spriags for a awath is Advocate, was a pleasant visitor in this alongbe augmentedother various points The First Church of Christ (Scientist) Mr. Mclntyre is one of city Thursday. groups. Miss noius services regularry every Sunday the route by oxpeoted bene this week. the most versatile writers in the btate Harris has charge of the Richmond in their apartments. 130 Second street. Misses Ahaa itioe, Willie Trayaor aad aad has charge of the editorial depart 'gang" and this together with the fact Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Los-so- n Mary Barrett Smith will leave Saaday ment of that excellent daily paper, the that it is a "Bowmar" excursion Is sufsermon at 11 a. m. Wednesday far Ohieao to take a saaiaier eearse la Advocate. ficient guarantee that everything will evoDing.testimoniai services at v:ao p.m. the great University there. work as smoothly as a ball bearing sew- Free reading room 130 Second street. Mr. E. M. Veatch, of Frankfort, spent ing machine and that everyone will have open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wed Mrs.S.A.Dttbrage Uft Monday for a days here last week. Mr. Veatch a good time. Mrs. Kellogg, Misses nesdays ana a two weeks' visit to Martinsville, lad. several was formerly manager of the local tele- Marie Louise Kellogg and Elizabeth Sunday, Juno ridays. subject for next 10, "God. the Preserver Mrs. Death erape will take treatmeat for phone exchange in this city and has Burnam are among the number going. of Man." public is corrhearaatism while ia that eity. many friends here who are ever ready Space forbids that we give the complete dially invited to The and all any services. Mr. Riohard L. Gentry, Jr., will come to extend him a hearty welcome to Rich list this week. will appear in our It from XashvHIe Saturday to join his mond. together anything of next week's issue, Winchester,Ky.,claims a population of wife aad enjoy a two weeks' visit to bis ,jixi, but can t support a ball club. Misses Belle and Nettie Black have interest that may occur on the trip. sisters, MesdaHe6 A. D. and C.D.Miller. returned from a several weeks stay at Miss Ida McColIum bas resigned her Hot Springs, where the latter went for Woods Moves To Opening Ball At Crab position with W.W. Broaddus V Co and rheumatism, they were accompanied aeoepted a posit ion as bookkeeper wiiH home by Miss Blanche Bailey of the Eustis. Orchard. the bioger bewing Maclnne l o at Lex-- same place who will be with them for The opening ball of tho season will be Mr. 0. E. Woods, who recen'ly left held nt inglon, Ky some time. Springs Hotel Richmond to make his home in DoLand, Friday, Crab Orchard cordial invitation on 14. A is Fla., having assumed editolial manage extendedJuneMr. and Mrs. J. B. by ment of the Register of that city, has to everybody in Madison county Willis to be sold bis plant and has gone to Eustis, present on this occasion. The opening Fla., where be will have control of a ball at this popular hostelry is a society newspaper to be started there with a event looked forward to with nlcisant stock behind the enterlarge by sat prise. capital Woods had fine prospect at anticipationMrs. hundreds of friends of Mr. Mr. Wiilis throughout the DeLand, but the offer at Eustis was such State,and the usual largo and crowd (standardized) a one as seldom comes to a man and Mr. at Crab Orchard on this occasion. will bo Great Woods thought best to accept it. It is preparations havo been X 1 FT u tfVr mado to needless to say that wherever be goee in the opening ball this year eclipsemake fez any the newspaper field, he will make his former event of this kind EASY AND SAFE TO USE. atthoSprings. influence feit and it will be on the right A cordial reception will be extended all FLEAS, 5IITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB, H side, too. It will always be for the bet- who may attend RINGWORM. SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS MS EASE terment of those with whom he comes GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES. in contact and will be uplifting in every C. tense of that word. Mr Woods' removal EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE. ! from Kentucky was a loss to the State His removal and a gain for Florida. By virtue of Venditioni Exponas, No. from DeLand is a loss to that place, but YOU can't afford to let lice, ticks, fleas anri mltaa a decided gain for Eustis. Put The 1, 2, 3, 4, directed to me, which issued eat your stock alive. Get a supply of KRESO DIP and Climax on your mail lug list, Clarence, from the Clerk's office of the Madison we want to hear from you at least once Circuit Court fellow directions. It will put an end to the perMltee of Berea Bank & a week or oftener if possible. Trust Company, against D. O Pullins. and give the stock a chanco to thrive and But e fteeh. I or onq ox my deputies, will on A western woman, in a $20,000 breach Use it In barns, heg pens, chicken houses and k anof promise wit, compromised for 3750, MONDAY, JULY 1st, 1912, na! place where there are vermin. but the had the last word. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in., p. m., at the court house door in KRESO DIP Is a coal tar product. It mlxee readJIy with Certain dreamers talk about tho mil- and 2 Richmond, Madison county, Ky., expose water. It does not burn or Irritate like carbolic aM. It lennium, but it will only come when to public sale, to the highest and best baseball fans take the word of the um- bidder, tho following described property dee net Blister er take the hair off like keresene. It aaaia (or so much thereof as maybe necessary pire without a muraur. and dees more than any of these. .You ean't make a to satisfy, plaintiff's debt Interest and If aay paraaa thiaks that free speech costs), to wit: 8I8S.02 and the costs of better Investment than to buy some Krese Dip te kJfl Ilea, is restricted la this country, let him go this action, 33 acres of land, . more or ticks, mites and fleae and prevent dieeaee by da stray! a a. less,' on the waters of Silver Creak, ia ' to a baseball geae. the Glade Magisterial District in Madison cnunty, Ky,, and bounded as folOnly. For GMt One yallM ef KRESO DIP makee 60 te 75 lows: On the north by tba Berea and mixed with water. Each let ia STANDARDIZED swaataeart calls on Narrow Gap turnpike, on the west by Girl Tfcaa A. Johnson and yaa, aad, has stayed as lata as you think the lands of W. by the lands, of or Um be ifee manure sturcys, therefore always the south and east J. W. year aa woaM like him to stay, give Johnson, levied upon as property of D. hist Mm foliewiaf eaoMaai to work out: U. i'ullins. TERMS: Sale, will tx made on a Tall hiat ta take aay Baatbar betwaaB one aad alee, multiply by itiaa eroas credit of tbree months, bond with apbearing out tb left bead Agar, add .thir-tae- a, provedetaecHrity required, ptf cant, par the rate of six add the auatbar you ftrat took, aad aaauai from day of atria, aad having lbs Jookfaraaaabs. Tbk oaht to vwrfc, ferae and affact af a sale bond. D. A. McOORD, and If be eaas aot frag? fhe remit ha It June 12th, 1012. Sheriff M. 0. too stupid to oall afaia. Xx. tho-par- OWEN McKEB Devastation Astounding Destruction This wilf surely We have cut loose we have cut deep we have cut crosswise. be a cut up affair. Never before were prices so mutilated Bewildering Come buy for your every want. Come and buy for the children, then when you are through stock up for future wants for let us caution you that a bona fide price slash like this happens once and may never be repeated Our Price List Got Wet BaaM'KtWatt1IBBlllllfc:NII3 aTaanMBvtlll B II flR aaKtKll H IVaafmA BUI wmm Laws How These Prices Have Shrunk Wear More Hose Blacks and tans full fashion just to prove that we mean . fr Every bargain here described will be offered at the opening of the sale. You will be as mad as a wet hen if you delay and let your neighbor tell you about it Close Wove; Handkerchiefs A standard article of merchandise that sells the world over for 10c Workman's Suspenders Made in full length and built for hard usage. We have 'em now, but Oo-fee- PERSONAL m B mm mm BBBBBBVvfl I BBBBBBM I mi IV. m xmm .."ai I Mm wzmi l.i IWmil flBTII 1 III business fW U tl BTTJTt Water Price Water Price Water Price 3c 6c 13c laa epoch-makin- saer. eight-year-o- ld Thursday, June 13 BANNER LOOK FOR THE BIO BLUE Read These Prices on Men's and Young Men's Suits Men's and Young Men's $8 and $10 Suits Really its almost giving them away. They ar,e excellent fancy Cassimeres, medium shades of beautiful blues and grays and nicely tailored; all sizes Water 'Price SALE STARTS at 9 A. M. 5harp. An extra force of salespeople have been engaged to insure prompt service Anti-saloo- Adti-saloo- n Men's an d Young Men's $12 and $13.50 Suits This lot includes all wool Velours, Cassimeres and Blue Serges; beautiful new patterns and models that will surely please you. They're going out quickly . Men's and Young Men's $15 Suits In this grade we show all the new and a large line of staples. All wool Blue Serges nicely tailored and perfect fit- mg colof-s Men's and Young Men's $18 and $20 Suits This assortment is great. "Wo must have the cash quickly so out they go. All high class fabrics made in the latest style and tailored by experts. This is the greatest offer we ever knew "Water "Water Price "Water Price Price to-da- $4.95 In an immense assortment of the $7.95 $ $1 0.95 95 Come in aud take your pick of regular $25 and $30 Suits. Absolutely $13.95 $1 Men's and Young Men's $20 and $22.50 Suits finest suitings; all rich new designs in the smartest color tones. Here's where we cure you of the tailoritis. Come in and judge for yourself Unreserved Choice of the Finest Suits in the House not a garment reserved everything goes. The finest imported and domestic fabrics, hand tailored in ever stitch; new and exclusive designs 16 UU41 Men's and Young Men's Pants Men's and Young Men's $2.50 Pants, all sizes and nicely tailored M QC. Water Price Young men's $3.00 peg top pants, light and dark colors, blue serge and neat stripes CO Water Price Men's and young men's regular $3.M) pants, beautiful range of styles, excellent all wool fabrics . Water Price Men's and young men's hand tailored $4.00 and JM.50 Straw Hats Beautiful line of sailors and soft straws to select from, they go at August prices. Here Ladies' Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps $1.25 1.65 2.25 In all leathers and fabrics patent kid, dulrtcld, gun meia; tau, suede, velvet and satin, white while oanvas, white satin In all the now styles. W havo cut deep m every line, so come early don't wait Regular $2.50 shoes and oxfords k, A 19 k 95 CL 1 - pJ ..Water Price . . Water Price . .Water Price . . Water Price Water Price Regular $3.00 values spy IffiBTtliniM r . $2.65 Regular perfect stock .. Water Price 3.75 . . Water Price 4.25 Water Price Regu'ar $3.50 values . Water Price Regular $5.00 pants Water Price . Regular $0.00 pants "$3.35 ..Water Price , 5.00 rurAiiLiveoTOCK All $3.85 good styles, sof t and.stiff hats, regular price from 1.50 to 2 50. , Water Price 1.00 MST? Water Price ;J. $4.65 Shirts Big range of colors in soft shirts with collars to match, neat stripes and solid white, plain negligee and plaited bosom in new spring colors Regular 50 and 75c shirts. . . . "Water Price ' 40c Water Price Regular $400 values 'Water Price , Two lots of white canvas shoes and pumps, regular $2.50 grade C Of .OD Water Price Regular $2.00 grade Water Price $1.95 $2.35 $2.95 $3.35 $ '$1.25 Low Cuts for Men and Boys we handle only tho best qualOur shoes are built of solid leathers and will give you perfect satisfaction. We have them m all leathers. Patent, gun metal and tans, blucher and button, regular 't--- f $2.50 shoes and oxfords QT NOM-IRKITATIH- SHERIFF'S SALE or Boys' Suits Boys' regular $3.50 and $4.00 Knickcr suits, all sizes from 7 to 10 years fry C( Water Price ity in everything. It is well known to all that YJU ny df Boys' regular $5.00 and 9G.00 Krricker suits all now tfC3 colors, nicely tailored and all wool Water Price Boys' Qgular $7.00 and $3.00 Knicker suits, full peg pants, llaea lined, coats with hair cloth fronts, single and double breasted dJT 7T , Water Prica pj.J LFVJ Regular 1.00 shirts Regular 1.50 shirts . r Regular 2.00 shirts. Water Price 85c Water Price 3.15 Water Price 1.55 19c Silk and. wash ties, regular 25c value Regular 50c ties Water.Priee NECKWEAR Water Price 14 35c Regular $3.00 shoes and oxfords Water Price Regular $3.50 shoes and oxfords $2.35 $2.95 $3.35 $4.25 ias Boys' regular $10.09 and $12.00 Nicker suits, full peg PLO troaaeri, Norfolk coat, in blue, gtay and brown Watar Price 4 Cool and breezy in all the well known makes such as Balbrigan, Poros Knit, D. V. B. and Muncen wear AT MIGHTY LOW PRICES UNDERWEAR Water Price Regular 14.00 shoes and oxfords Water Price We have the Bayden shoes, regular $6.00 valtM, U cloae out ... , I ' et Corner Main and Second THE ROYAL HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES J. 5 Stanifer, Prop PTrwiurniun irv I Will Stand the Tlie Fire is Out fiiiMtrt tar Erfre nut Aft r Percheron StaKon TliA ttirlliflAiul flimUT JLHV aatStock Wc desire o thank our iriends for their ntiirrniir kindly expressions of sympathy aod aooouace tht we are filling all orders that were on our books ad preparingto accept new oocs which shall be hascl-le- d as promptly and satisfactorily as heretofore. 1 BRILLIANT D. Un .nnenn Catarrh Cannot Be Cured niVHWVUII VUUIHUIt ,tb T.OCAT, APPr,iTTn mcfc tke m( ot tije disease. Calh l a blood or eemtltutkHMl dlavsiw. and In ordpr you mmo tMCTGJEi renene. u ail's catarrh man Ohm m um jmpmuj. and let directly uwra the fcfcwd &4 .mom aurfiee. Hall'., CaUrra Can TK CLIMAX PWHTBK CO .Vrtke (Iiwerported.) A. D. Miller W. G. Whito ' State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TIA1SBM SCIfQl Ft TEACHERS JOBBtry toe It jms imi Is a rrguUr prtscrlBtlon. cm:poae4 of tie bttt tonic knoirn, com- 1 TUITION Hsinbtr PRESS Pres. and Mgr. ( So'y-Tres. t KENTUCKY EIGHTH AMWIATIM IEAGUE. cwMmUob of the two iasredlraU what pro- for ttbsoBUlt tree. F. J. CUENEI & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Soli br Dmgglu, price 75c. Tate HaU'g Famlljr rill tor conitlpaUoa. Preparatory. State eate. Lifa Dipteaw, CeuMy Certificate. Review, Special Fa EE TO APPOINTEES CertiS-VUURd- Summer Term Opens June 17, 1912 ASK ABOUT IT. Address J. ARTISTIC CATALCKJUB PJUtB G. CRABBE, tnJ DISTRICT PUBLISHERS President, Richmond, Ky. BOOKS Ma,n AND THE BONEHEAD lease See Us Before PUciig Your Order Elsewhere We have opened an office opposite our old plant in the Madison Tobacco Warehouse 1IT1-MLETQI FUICE tl.00 PER TEAS Comae Fervnrd With Convincing Argument That One Clerk We a Maniac at nf 101 nt mv m nth or WEDNESDAY. JUNE place near Richmond, on Big Hill pike 12 1012 LUMBER COMPANY Incorporated $15 to Insure a Living Colt TTT(nTrj'RT7'.E- Tlnrr.i.TAJiT D. is a Por- cheron colt, bred by w. ll. urimsiey 01 Sweetwater, 111., color gray, foaled April KlrAil hv Onulor's Percheron i ifW! Stallion, imported by Dunham, Fletcher & Coleman, 01 . wayne, .111.1 uauiurs . .. I sired by Ktreini. ne dv oican, no uy Bioneville, he by Volatiro, he by Bril liant. Dam Matr.biacK mare oy itoscoe, he by Jas. Brown's Brilliant, a prize winnar at tVio PlilMen World s Pair, he v.r. nrillinnt nnn of the most noted Per cherons of either t rance or America, ior which Mr. Dunliam was onerea a very long price lo let him co back to Franco. . So it will be seen mat jjhil,mai.t very deeply bred in the Brilliant blood and is fully entitled to the name of Bril liant. I wish to impress upon parties havini? mares to breed, that Brilliant D. weighs 1700 pounds. I believe the time is at hand when it taKes weignt to onug ha mnnnv w iuo luuuvjt Uo9i1ik nf thn Breeders fijvuin will notice that within the last few days large numbers of rercheron morachnvA hnAn sold for rjrices around 3500. Caro taken to Dro- and but not responsible vent accidents, Lien retained on should any occur. colt until service fee is paid, or bred to anotner norse. 1 T 1 Think of wool a biff nrice. too then think of Gott. 43-t- f E. Dcalherase will buy your wool and tf will nav the hitrhest cash prices. Do your corns hurtt Corn Remedy. Try it. 3G-- tf 1V Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Dr. Russell's Wises' Diiua St6bb. Don't sell your wool vntil you consult He w'jll pay you higi E. Deatherasre. est cash nrices. Sovon tf bushel barrel best Kanawa Salt Telephone 110. W. w Bkoaddus Co, Quality Groceries Await You Here ing at our store. for 31.C0. 4Hf Ckifno to Owen McKeo, Richmond Ky. for dry coods and notions. Others tf do and why not you. e tell you there's money for you in trad- Extra values for your the reach of all. money. It pays to sell Quality Goods. See Prices Quoted Below For This NYeek 25e 7 bars Big Deal Soap 6 bars Ideal Soap 25c S bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Clean Easy Soap 25c C bars "White P. & G. NapthaSoap 25c Good Groceries within THE PROMISING YOUNG JACK Sewell & McKinney Phones 6 and 223 1 Long Tom Will also make the season at the same time and place, at S I There ;W EXTRAORDINARY! $10 to Insure a Living Colt parted with or bred to another horse or jack. This jack is of big bone, good head and ear, and must be seen to be appre ciated. Ills colts which have been foal ed, are of exceptional size and quality, Long Tom will be to the mule world what Peter the Great and Rex Peavine are to the trottintr and saddle horse world. He is by Wm. Todd's big Jack, His first dam by he by Marmaduke. Big Andy, he by Tom Keenc. he by Rube Billington; 2d dam by Lear's Napoleon. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Not responsible for accidents, but all care taken to prevent same. Will also stand my Silver Creek Red Boar Hog at 31.00 cash. WM. B. TURLEY. Telephone 1C0. Rlchmond.Ky. 41-3- Money due when colt is foaled, mare i I is variety enough in the GhiMtinqui forthcoming Seven-da- y Program here to please every man, woman and child in the community and that's jist who this program is for every man, woman and child. There will be ORATORY I I MAGIC IMPERS0HATI0HS READINGS SLIGHT OF HAND GRAND 4 v5i OPERA SELECTIONS LECTURES OH LITERARY SUBJECTS CHARACTER STUDIES IN SERMONS BOY SCOUT DRILLS MAKE-I- P ' dosra the throat of a "ca! t ic chiciccn destroy sad savcj the i'.Ic ' i I'fe. lew drop la the driu ituz vu vf CURES and PH EVE tNT3 GAPC Si 9 m wane aiarra ca. rouo. i an 1 olh. r rhLk Ue.t. v-- QUARTET SELECTIONS VOCAL One SOc Bottle of SOLOS Bourbon Pod? ? v C; Makes 12 Gallons of .! dlc!'. lioi i od Booklet on ru 8 S CORNET AND VIOLIN SOLOS ORCHESTRA NUMBERS ENSEMBLE WORK VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL Every poultry r "Uisc-s- ir ci thuuM k r t.. w." ji a I s 9 0 8 9 9 9 9 0 0 8 6 5old by Perry's Drug Store. J MUSICIANS IN REAL SPANISH COSTIMES A SOCIAL HOUR WITH YOUR FRIENIS TUMOR GROWTH BUKCIIES yoa will be glad to know of the succcitful nonsurgical iytrm o treatment. No knife, radium or serum. CANCER As You Fear, 1 Let's e There, Betsy's Pointers I I I thank God that I went Soo miles to the CanCeitorium and Sanitarium. I had j cancers on cheek and lip, one of 15 years dur. auon. Other cancer doctors failed. My face is well. Scars hardly noticeable. A wonderful cure without knife or loss of blood under Dr.S.Andral Kilmer's My ace was 67. I saw ladies bting treated for cancers as large as saucers, who wentaway re. ioidng. Send for Dr. S. Andral Kilmer's lied Book and see my picture and report. Gratitude and a desire to be of benefit to sufferers, impel me to state this for the public good." Hxy. D. Mokjuson, Danville, Illinois. Come now for treatment, or Write to I CxiCertorhnn I BiaxBintsaBiaxkimtan, and Siniuriaml I Bine-hamto- n .u"I,"5.c,rrSTJn"andG.A.Il.Teteran. "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had f beauty enough to make highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at hei-sel- I Telephone 1061.J Send for Frit Rtd JJoei full of proofs and approvals. pages eS Illastrations and din. leal reports of manrelous recoveries from epi. thelioma, sarcoma, carcinoma or cancer. N. V. ft have an un broken ten year record of leadership on quality and service. Said bv all dealers TIRES If in need of building material, see W. W. Brpaddus & Co. They will save 48-t- f you money on all orders. Thos. A. shelion. acent for Hurst Homo Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. union uuy, w.y Vote for R. B. Terrill for WHY LEFT IS THE RING HAND to the ofllco of County Court Clerk, He an endorsement of is will appreciate tf Because It Is Less Actively Employed present administration. Than the Right, and Ring Is Less Exposed to Injury. Make up your mind now that you are going to vote for R. B. Terrill for re Professor Polllard, lecturing recent election. His record as a public servant ly at University college, London, said has nover been eclipsed by any former he thought a woman's wedding ring ofUcial. 'had a common origin with the ring Most dislisruriiiE skin eruptions, sere put on the nose of a wild bull; it im fula, pimples, rashes, etc.. are due to plied control, captivity, obedience." impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters ro which FUomena, writing in the Il "Such non as a cleansing blood tonic, is well recom- - lustrated News, exclaims: Tho ring can never have ImR1 00 Ht nil SlOfCS. lBI sense! mnmlml. " plied anything of the sort; for, as a p Now is the lime to have your screen .'act, it often used to be given in this work done. Don't wait until the flie country by the bride to the bride groom, as well as vice versa, as it Is s;ot in. We do all kinds of fly screen still in Germany. Baklow & Dozier, work. The real reason, the wedding ring is 39-- if 307 East Main street. worn on the left hand is that this is Each age of our lives has its joys. Old less actively employed than the right, people should be happy, and they will md therefore a ring on that hand is ess exposed to Injury. In the an bo if Chamberlain's Tablets are taken to ient Sarum ritual of England the ring strengthen tho diccstion and keep the was placed upon tho bride's right bowels regular. Tlieso tablets aro mild hand. It is a relic of the custom, and gentle in their action and especially which dates back to the darkness of suitable for people of middlo ago and antiquity, of the bridegroom giving lm tho bride ornaments of gold and slio'der. For salo by all dealers. ver, as Isaao did when he wedded Boarders Wanted. Sarah. Good clean rooms and good table. Ap Mns. Clyde Pollens, ply to Tax on Wisdom. 3l-t- f Ml Moborly avenue. Alderman James V. McMasters has a "David Harum" horse case to decide Office for Rent. that will take tho wisdom of a SoloOfllco equipped with water and heat mon. He announced after hearing the in our buildins: on Second street. Pos evidence yesterday that he would need two days In order to study the session given at once. merits of the case and that ho would 24-t- f Douglas & Simmons give his decision on Monday. The suit The People's Stock Remedy wasofbrought by J. D. Page, a milk deal er the north, side, against the Riv At this season you should not be erside Horse and Mule Company to without a packaco of Tho People s recover J162.50 which he paid in April, Stock Remody; 25c and Wc. 1911, for a horse bought at the com Cure that old sore, cut or wound by applying Tho Peoplo s Antiseptic Heal pany's stables. Page says the horse tng Powders, bold by Uicnmonu Drug died shortly after from pneumonia. JU-The company's representative explain Company. ed that the horse was sold on a com Tako your wool to Oott and get the mission basis and that as far as he 43-t- f knew the animal was not sick when lop price. sold to Page. The hearing lasted for an hour and Hair! Hair! the "horsey talk" was too much for Rraids, puffs and all kinds of hair the alderman to decide the case pieces made from combings. Work at a reasonable prico. Hair dressed in the latest style. I havo in stock the What They Did to Webster. newest designs in puffs and braids, In the course of a speech on handle nothing but natural hair. heroes and institutions, Mits. Maude JIackey Walker Depew stated that even the great 207 West .Main, Richmond, Ky, est Americans were almost entirely 40-t- f unknown abroad. While in a distinguished gathering Gott, the poultry man, will buy you in England, ho remarked, he com43 If mented on the fact that in Washing wool. ton he lived in the very house where Attention. Daniel Webster had resided for six years while serving as secretary of I desire to call tho attention of the state and later as a member of the good people of Madison and adjoining senate. countios io the fact that lam prepared A member of the English nobility to do all kinds of rubbcrtlrinsr. I will replied: put 8 rubbertires on wheels 3 feet "Ah, Indeed, most laterestlng! Your inencs, and 3 feet 8 inches, for $12.00 Webster was a most extraordinary per set, and on wheels 3 feet G inches man. In England we have nothing to and 3 feet 10 inches, for $14.00 per set, compare with your Webster, who. as 8 steel tire, por set, $4.00. Setting" I learn, wa3 your greatest statesman orator, wrote a dictionary and buggy tiros 40 cents each. Tho above and was hanged for killing a client" See me before prices are for cash. placing your order for work of this Our Chief Capital. charactor. William Tduldoon, the health spe E. Waldkx, cialist, said in a recent interview in Cmo. Red House, Ky. New York: "The health ot the aver age American Is far below what it was a generation ago. The trouble Is that we Americans put dollars ahead of health, ahead of life, ahead of everything. "They say that a European, land ing for the first time in New York, once asked a native: 'What is the capital of this country, sir? "'I forget just how much the capiONE YEAR AND tal Is,' tho native replied; 'but any how, it's all In Plerpont Morgan's Louisville Daily Times hands.' " n 7-7-- There are some who argue that many people who write hooks are crazy. W. W. Richardson of Wash ington now comes forward with the argument that at least one man who sells books is a maniac. Richardson went to a book store last Christmas and said to the young clerk: "I want a copy o Poor Ricnanrs Almanac done la brown leather." "Almanacs I" echoed the clerk. Yes, sir. Dowa in the paper-good- s department wita Christmas cards and calendars." "Perhaps you can give me a copy of The Master ot the Inn,' by Robert Herrick," Richardson made another suggestion. "Never heard of that," confessed the clerk, "but I can give you something just as good. We'vo got 'Tho Master of Baliantrae." Richardson sighed hopelessly and voiced his desire to get a child's book. "We can fix you but there without any trouble," said the smiling clerk. "Here's 'The Dolly Dialogues,' by Anthony Hope." Popular Magazine. 'ismotaw FACE ma having to provide. This should have been done in youth by the practice of frugality and a live bank account EDWARD RENO, MASTER OF MAGIC. live, WE from wc grow old. and the last years. should be freeJ care, instead nf in j - hurAonoA - nritU rh . . a iiiw. vy wvgn, Xryk 5TATE BANK hi TRU5T CO. RICHMOND, KY RENO, who Is to appear here Chautauqua week, was another during in traveling from one hamlet EDWARD uprising of the Ute Indians, or camp to was carried on nis outfit the back of n pack burro which was In charge of an Indian guide. Money was plentiful, and the people bestowed liberally their gold and silver In return for the entertainment. During the Journey from Pleasant Valley Junction to American Forks, Reno came suddenly upon n war council of TJtes. Both were taken by surprise. Knowing nothing else to do, Reno bethought himself of his magic. So without hesitation he commenced making rocks disappear and finding them in unexpected places. He swallowed knives and found them in the possession of some of the braves. lie tossed esgs In the nlr. where they vanished, and found them in one of the brave's blankets. He did the pistol shooting trick, catching the bullet in his teeth, finishing by swallowing the pistol and finding it in the chiefs moccasins. The chief was so impressed by the impromptu performance that Keno was appointed to the position of medicine man and was given a safe escort to the station. My Doctor Said "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do my housework and to care for ray children, and I feel as though I coutd never praise Cardui enough for the benefits 1 have received." TAKE VsARDU 1 Woman'sTonie Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. U'hy not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. for Special Instrnctwns, 2nd boofc. " Home Treatment tor Wooes," seat irec. J 5& R iWf Jg'ygyg'a'a: agar. gs"T5rg TEN THOUSAN o NEW 1912 rolls! n WALL PAPERS Just received and are on sale at 2 12 c Singly Roll8 Yards np In price. Remember we sell you 4c, 5c, 6c they match. Borders Same Price as Papers Paper Hanging and Painting Wall Paper, Paints Oils and Glass, Pictures, Frames J. ADAM BEDE. We will hang your paper at 10c per roll (S yards), borders and failings same price, and do your painting at the ioweet price. Only first-claworkmen employed ss r J Special Rates The Climax Until Nov. 30, 1912 BEDE was congressman from Minnesota for eight years. During the time that he occupied n seat in our national legisla- " tive halls he was wldoly known as the "humorist of the house." so witty were his sayings and so excellent his humor. Often when in the midst of the ordinary work of congress when there were many empty seats and general listlessness. I'ede would rise to speak. Immediately the empty seats would fill and the feeling of llstlessness change to one of Intense interest Mr. liede has spoken before some of the largest audiences in America and always mnkes a hit In presidential campaigns he has made speaking tours and has been given the big city dates for this work by the Republican committee In nearly every Instance. Last summer he addressed the State Teachers' Association of Ohio at its summer meeting at Sandusky. This is one of the biggest organizations of Its kind in the country. Mr. Bede's favorite subject la "Our Nation its Problems and rrog-ss- ." ADAM U U 213 West Main Street W a na and Mirrors Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone 62 Both for Only : who consider jM.C;m $2.06 Opera House Building m The Boy With a Watch the envy of his companions. If you want to make your boy really happy give him & watch that will keep real time. You can get one here for very little money or for as much as you is always This means that THE TIMES will bo sent by mail to you from date subscription is received through us until November 30. 1912. Tho sooner we got your subscription order, tho longer you get THE TIMES. Sond the order at once. Bald Head Partings. Before a man begins to get bald he parts his hair on the side way down Just above his ear, but as the hair starts to come out then he begins to part it in the middle and later when about all of it Is gone on top he again goes back to parting it down low to one side and lets the rhort hairs over the ears grow long and brushes these over his bald spot. From the little boy in curls to the old man with little or none left is a good enough theme for the .immortal Shakespeare. "A little b.'t the best Prtowcr that ever went into the field" i THE NEW WALTER A. WOOD OWER THE ADMIRAL fifty-seve- Must Believe It When Well Known Richmond People Tell It 5o Plainly. When public endorsement is made by "TCaUcr A. Wood Mower. In it is concenyear experience. It possesse all the peculiar features of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers s. Its new features make it even more valuable to the farmer. The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. Te rate, orders must be sent le THE CLIMAX, set te Tke Louisville get advantage el tbls eat trated their The Admiral is the latest n world-famou- a representative citizen ot Richmond, the proof is positive. You must believe Every sufit. 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Eighth District, subject to the ctie ol o Ref ion. . the Democratic Primary to be leld August-3- , WALKING TIME IS CUT QFF The 1912, IV TREASURE TRUNK 1912, the HotMwf Om Cm Say - Tee Weird to Be In Actual Exserleflee. Is MILWAUKEE Mowers and Rakes Get our prices bciorc purchasing your outfit Richmond Healing & Plumbing Company Phone 270 B. F-- HURST. Prop. Richmond, Ky Building Time Will soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings, AH work guaranteed. All orders left at this office will reach me y. :::::: - We are authorized to announce J. A. SULLIVAN, a candidate lor Congress from the Eighth Congressional District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF The Climax is authorized to announce Elmer Deatherage as a candidate for Sheriff-o- f Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce John F. Baldwin as a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subjsct to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce N. B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison a county, subject to the action of the Demo-ertic party. - We ore authorized to announce H. II. COLVEK a candidate for Sheriff of Wadl-tso- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. "We are hereby authorised to announce VAN II. HKNTON a candidate for Sheilff of Madison County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce II. O. Rice as n candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce Judge W. ,R. Shackelford as a candito the ofllco of date for County Judge of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce jcdqe j. j. okeenlkaf a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce S. A. D Jones as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W nn authorized to announce R. IT. CHOOKK a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce 0. P. to Jackson as a candidate for the oflico of County Attorney of Madi son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce We are authorized Thomas II. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. There Is trouble in the southern putf- Uoa of Essex county because certain road superintendents, new in oflico, have cut off "walking time." That Is something probably unknown tn the city, but in tho Adirondacks, a section of great distances, it is of Importance to men working; on the new roads being built by the state. men lire at such distances from each other and from their work that when a gang finally is got together some of the men are certain to hare walked miles from home. If married, as they usually are in tho mountains, they have the same walk back at night. This became known as walking time; that is, the man was on the job the moment he took up his dinner pail and started to walk to his work, even though It took him an hour or an hour and a half to get there. He also quit that much earlier than others in the evening, but was "at work" and paid for it when walking home. Tho new superintendents have decided the state cannot afford to pay men for walking, and have cut oft that time. The result is a great discontent and trouble in getUng sufficient men for work on the roads. Boston Able-bodie- BY GERALDCNE CA5 by Associated Literary Press.) It was entirely Lindsay's fault. As he waited for the trunk check, he forgot everything" In the world except the face of the girl beside him. It had been years since he had even believed such faces still existed. Now", all he could do was stand like any other beauty struck male, and stare at it hungrily. She was not over twenty, a slender flower of a girl, with satin waves of sunny hair framing in her tender, wistful face. She lifted her long lashes Just once, and he caught a flash of eyes blue as June skies, blue May-tim- e vioas the lets he remembered picking along the edge of woodland brooks when he was a boy. Then he remembered that he had Just exacUy three minutes to beat time down the concourse and catch tie Northwest express. He caught up tho check, and hesitated another instant. She was already tucking her own check into a little suede handbag, and he realized, as she hurried on ahead of him, that she was actually going on the same train. He had checked his heavy leather suitcase. That left htm free to run, but he waited for her, and they passed througth the gate together, the last to take the train. Down the long narrow platform they both hurried, and he helped her up the steps as she chose-- certain car. And after that he lost her. She found a seat, he had to go on, hunting one for himself. The train was crowded with tourists, in the day coaches. It was warm and sultry. He finally found a place to hang his hat, but when he sat down under it, and looked back, she was not there. The train had reached the Montana boundary line before he deliberately started in to make a thorough search of the whole train, and found her, very cool and happy, in the parlor car. There was an ampty seat nearby, and he got a check from the conductor for it So far she had not notlped his devotion. So far it was saUsfy-In- g to him simply to watch her profile and the droop of her long lashes. It was desperate, but his only chance to find out anything about her. He slipped a dollar bill to the porter, and put it up to him to make inquiries. "Through ticket to Moose Trail, sata," came back the answer in due time. Lindsay scowled, and nodded. He was bound for Trent three hours' journey past Moose Trail. She would step off into the embrace of these everlasting mountains and he would never see her again. If It had been any other time, he would have taken a chance, and left the train with her; but be couldn't. The firm trusted htm. In the suitcase was over $10,-00- 0 worth of gold watches. In the small trunk he had checked at the same time there were jewels and gold chains, bracelets, trinkets of all kinds, all due to arrive at Trent that day to connect with the western salesman, Bidford. He was intrusted with their safe delivery. But yet if he only knew her name, could only throw out some connecting line of Interest so that she would remember him, so that he might "find her again. A hundred ways occurred and he put them away from his mind. She left the train at Moose Trail, and not once had he held even her gaze. There was a boy waiting to meet her, and he saw her bend her head to kiss him. From the open window, he even heard the boy say: "Hello. Lola!" All the rest of the Journey the singing rails hummed the name to him, Lola. Before the week was up he would be back there at Mooso Trail, turning the surrounding country upside down until he had found Lola and that freckled kid. Bidford was at the hotel when he arrived. It was nearly dinner time, and he was hungry, but the older salesman insisted on getting the trunk and suitcase up from tho depot first Lindsay handed over his checks, and plunged into a bath. When the porter brought up the baggage Bidford called out to him to hand out his keys. "What sort of a fancy watch charm do you call this trunk, anyhow, AW he added carelessly. "It's all to the good," came back Lindsay's voice, muffled In a Turkish towel. "Got1 It In Chicago; stand anything, fireproof, burglar proof, bomb proof." A deep rumble of laughter from old Bidford startled him. He slipped into pajamas, and came out into the room. On the bed lay the suitcase, open. On the floor was a little yellow steamer trunk, very new. very UghUy made, very feminine. The lock was a simple one. Bidford had found a key that opened It, and now he threw back the cover of the till. A mass of girlish belongings lay exposed to view. Above all a delicate, Impalpable emanation of perfume, perfume that haunted Lindsay, and roused memories of something somewhere. He could not grasp tho connection at first, and suddenly it came to him. As he had stood beside her at the baggage counter he had caught the same subtle whiff of perfume, of woodland violets, from the girl from Moose Trail. "Where's the bride, Al?" asked Bidford. chuckling. "I never suspect- (Copyright, long-stemme-d HEADGEAR OF FRENCH WOMEN All Kinds of Fantastic Ornaments Used to Cover Heads for Evening Wear. A well known Paris painter gave a lecture a few days ago on the manner in which women covered their heads with all kinds of fantastic ornaments In the evening. He said that it was a pity when hair had so much expression in wave and color to con ceal so much beauty beneath Jeff Stone SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 16 $1.50 Trip Round g.50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs.NICHOLASVILLE 6:44 a.m, -- ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. 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The perfect movement insures correctness of tine; the solid oak or mahogany case, with classic lines, conforms to good taste; and the melodious tiiVi!ar chimes, sounding the hours and quarters after the peak of Whitrington or Westminster, serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour. The fifty styles give ample choice in design, size, and price, all showing the moon's phases in the dial arch. We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Qock Co. of this city, and will send illustrated catalog on request-Gift- s by Mail. You can purchase gifts of Diamonds, Sterling Silver, Sheffield Plate, Gold and Silver Jewelry, Mantel docks, Etc, through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices. Correspondence solicited. Snrerexnltlu Jewelers Goldsmiths fashionable accessories. All the time this gentleman was ex pressing his views on this subject the audience was much amused at the presence of a beauUfnl actress famous for her exaggerated head dresses. On this occasion she wore a cap of gold and white brocade with a high mass of white aigrettes extending around the front from ear to ear. From the center of her forehead Btood a SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE black aigrette almost tow feet high We are authorized to announce BENJA held by an enormous cabochon in cut MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. Jet. Whether this lady will henceforth nerintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo- follow the conferencler's suggestion cratic party. remains to be seen. But it is said Weare?authorized to announce Wm. S. that we shall soon be wearing a rose Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub and little else in tho hair. ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. Harvey II. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to Washington Woman Seeks Office. the action of the Democratic party. The first woman in the state of Washington to aspire to a state office. FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MORGAN Mrs. Josephine Corless Preston of this TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison city, a native of Minnesota, Is makcounty, subject to the action of the Demo- ing a strong campaign for the Repubcratic party. We are authorized to announce Clyde lican nomination for superintendent of Ravbuus a candidato for Jailer of Mad- public instrucUon. ison county, subject to the action of the Women have voted in Washington Democratic party. less than a year, but friends of Mrs. Wo are authorized to announce NT Preston, believing she has the qualifica Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of tions of an excellent state official, Madison county, subject to the action or have persuaded her to enter the race. the Democratic party. and she has been causing the old line We are authorized to announce W. politicians endless worry. Mrs. Preston is not a suffragette. Joe Wagors for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic She Is quiet, unassuming and capable. party. For four years she has been superintendent of the schools of Walla Walla FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE county and for two years before that NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of was assistant in that office. She has Madison County subject to the action of been a teacher in the schools here the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. F. for some years, an active worker in J ARM AN a candidate for Assessor of Mad- educational circles, and a recognized ison county, subject to the action of the authority in tho work. Walla Walla Democratic party Correspondence St Paul Dispatch. We are authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of county subject to the action of the Madison Democratic party. Sacking the Animals. We are authorized to announce P. S. Spader Johnson, one of the princi WHITLOCK. a candidate for the office pal clowns with the Rlngllng circus. of Assessor of Madison county, subject was spinning yarns in the padroom to the action of the Democratic party. and told this: FOR COUNTY CLERK A rube visitor to the city had spent The Climax is authorized to announce all of the morning reading circus R. B. Terrill as a candidate for the oflico bills and was going to his hotel of County Clerk of Madison county, sub- when he saw Just a red painted United the action of the Democratic ject to States mall wagon going down the party. We are authorized to announce LaRueC street. He sized it up for a circus House a candidate for County Clerk 1 wagon and followed it four miles to Madison county subject to the action o the postofnee and with wide open Democratic party mouth watched the unloading of the mall. FOR CITY ATTORNEY Late In the afternoon he met an We are authorized to announce MUR RAY SMITH a candidato for City At other rube and remarked; "Adner, I followed one of them cir torney oi Richmond, subject to the action cus wagons all the way downtown, of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce D. M. an when they unloaded they took the CHENAULT a candidate for City At- varmints out In sacks." Chicago torney, subject to tho action of the Dem- Post ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE Bridge Three Miles Long. We are authorized to announce J. D. A, map and plans of the proposed Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic bridge across San Francisco bay to Oakland have been filed with the partv. Wc are authorized to announce W. L. board of supervisors in San Francis Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, co. The roadway will swing 150 feet subject to tho action of the Democratic above the water, hang from ten steel party. The Climax is authorized to announco and concrete piers, constituting eight JOHN NOLAND as a can arches. The total suspension will be didate for the office of Police Judge of 17,840 feet, in sccUons 2,230 feet long. the City of Richmond, subject to the ac Four thousand feet will rest on Yerba tion of the Democratic party. Buena island, which will divide the structure. The San Francisco approach will take off from the summit of Telegraph Hill, which has been reserved by the government for a light Everything is possible where fishing concerned. This talk about fishing-me- n outraging the truth or departing from veracity Is bosh, toramyrot and nonsense, A man may think he can manufacture a He about fish, but it Is a mistake. Nothing you can say on the subject Is too weird to be duplicated by actual experience. There are fish THE "MVHtt VAT" IS THE IKAL WAT 8r which weigh 3,000 pounds, and there rmsuie travel are other fish viho speak French and eat with an oyster fork. DAYS' TOUR 19 Philip C. Kennedy, the engineer. TO YELLOWSTONE PARK who knows all there is to know about fish, heard a man ridiculing a story COLORADO, UTAH, &C. that bass could be caught in tho muddy water of the Potomac river by a MONDAY,JULY8,1912 man striking an oar on the surface of the stream and watching the fish leap Lake and Seashore Tours merrily Into the boat Then the engineer told this: "In the hot and simmering summer IN AUGUST, 1912 of 1897 I was with a corps of engineers making surveys of the ShenanAll Tours personally conducted by Daniel M. Bowmar. Before arranging for a doah river which unites with the PoSummer outincr write for folders riving tomac at Harper's Ferry. One party detailed information. Address lived in a cabin on a large boat, and the shadow cast by BOWMAR'S TOURS, Versailles, Ky. this boat attracted fish in large quan tities. The bass, particularly, were so filled with curiosity that in Jumping .up into the air for the purpose of ed you of this, old man. Let's lift up Investigation they fell over tho sides of the boat, and we picked them up the tray." Lindsay. at will." No you don't" shut oft All of which Indicates the time wast He crossed the room and banged down the cover of the trunk, knock- ed by gentlemen who have carefully ing out one photograph on the floor. figured out that they have to use a As he stooped for it, he saw It was hook and line. As a means of sport she herself, and underneath was writ- shadow fishing has shadow boxing backed off tho boards. Popular Maga ten, "With love always, Lola." mix-uchecks. I know zine. in It's a he explained. where mine went" "Don't get fussed up and report It now. Give me half a chance to make MUSIC OF THE ABORIGINES the change." "And help youi cover up the chance Norwegian Explorers "Secure Some you took, a loss of $60,000 while you New Phonographic Records In Northern Canada. chased up a glrL" It's a lie. understand. I never The explorers. Christian Leden and chased her. I wanted to badly enough, but I came through to deliver the Harald Thaulow. have Just returned goods to you straight Now, I'm going to Christianla from an expedition to back and find her, and II! ship the Northern Canada which was underta trunk to you by express, but you let ken with the object of collecting phon- me alone for a few days." oeranhic records of the folksongs of "It's a girl case, then?" the various Indian tribes and compar"It's going to be a case of mar ing them with those obtained In ear riage, if I can find her," blurted out lier expeditions to the Esquimaux, the youngster. "I don't even know with the view of establishing how far her last name, but I'm going back to was their common origin. find out- The largest tribe visited was the He landed in Moose Trail late that Cree, which numbers over 20,000. night, and routed out the sleepy Their chief. Montonigik. was at first ticket agent Before be let elm go he hostile, but, after a few presents of had the name of the girl and where tobacco and glass beads and after she lived. Also, he bad found bis having been told that the explorers trunk standing carelessly in one cor- had been sent by the king of Norway ner of the dlnkly little express office, to make his tribe famous, he became and had been told she had discovered more amenable to the wishes of the the mistake, and had left it there to explorers. be claimed. He ordered it sent on to They brought back with them a Bidford, and went out into the moonlit most Interesting collection of films 40-0t p NATIONAL BAMK 'I i 55k. Delightful I Shopping1 Where can you shop delightfully this hot weather? I've had to keep perfectly quiet in order to live, yet you say you've had a day of delightful shopping. j Yes, I've been shopping in kept cool, dustiess and well ventilated by stores ) G-- E Electricians J 16-inc- No wonder those stores are popular they are so comfortable. They do as much business in summer as at any other season. Money spent in electric fans is a paying investment! G-- E h Oscillating Fans are the and The h most appropriate for stores. Their swinging breezes keep the air in good circulation throughout the store. The customers, being comfortable, buy with better judgment, and are satisfied. 12-inc- night', grinning happily. Two miles over the hill road, the fellow at the station had said, and the second house upon the mountain side above the dam. He walked it quickly, the cool, keen air bracing his nerves. When he came in sight of the house, the whole humor of the chase swept over him. He could not waken her, a total stranger, and say he loved her, and had followed her there in the middle of the night So it happuened that when Tommy Tyndall came along at sunrise, he found a stranger leaning comfortably on the bars, smiling at him. He had business vith Miss Tyndall, be said, about her trunk. Tommy's eyes danced at that "She's awful mad about It" he and records of Indian life and music. Leden will go in the fall to Greenland for further investlgaiion in the spring of 1913 and a long final exploration of Northwest Canada which will extend for three years. He will visit tribes that have never been in contact with tho whites, he says. The latest styles are kept in stock by i H. C. JAMES Will buy or sellyour house, farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services areoneed- ed. We represent iron bound re jnsurance uompames member this. station. Fooling the Colleges. "Slick dog." "How now?" "Gave out that he had a million which wasn't working. Several hastened to bestow degrees upon him." "And then?" "Then he built a glue factory with the money." col--leg- J. T. $75 to $750 FERRIELL The Frank Herschede Co. Hencbede Building, Fourth Street, East, Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See us before buying, R. L. AliNOLD & Co. tf WL ASK YOU HERE TO BUY Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Cincinnati, Ohio Richmond, Ky Our Meat Because we know it's good; If you knew this as well as we, We know you surely would. 'it H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR T. R. Pennington Dentist. Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can han- die all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest .prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have "We solicage of those its patron needing ser Office next door to Governmonl build vices or a competent man. Address, ng Richmond, Ky. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. There's nothing better than H. ! PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge ami Inlay work The a, Attobm ky KENTUCKY. jilOHMOND, Jffice over State Sank & Trust Co., opposite Court House, on Main Street. at-- L That best, this you'll admit a fact we have it here, to prove a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. by test, Would be. the proper act. Saved the Canvasbacks. The last duck that we saved from starving to death by the local trolley employes, who caught and fed them last winter, was shipped to New York city recently, consigned to one of the many parks in that city. Some time ago three canvasbacks were shipped, but tho one that was sent recently was not strong enough, so it was kept here longer. When the But Lindsay tasted a bit of the lake was closed by the Ice last winter sweets of revenge when he told at the many of these ducks were frozen to breakfast table, an hour later, how he the ice and others became so far famhad picked up the wrong check, and ished that they were unable to fly. The trolley men running between here had nearly lost $50,000 worth of and Branchport when they saw the birds in such a condition took them to Old Ben Tyndall's eyes glistened. "Pretty careless to cart stuff like the power house and fed them. The majority were freed after the Ice that around, ain't It?" "I wouldn't take fifty thousand for broke, up, but the four largest were tho treasures in my own trunk," shipped to New York city. Penn Yan Lola said, wistfully. "It's very, very Correspondence Rochester Union and Advertiser. precious to me." 'Just keepsakes," explained her father. "Girls are sentimental." But Toll of tho Icebergsi Lindsay's glance caught and held The list of vessels battered or sunk hers this time, and he saw the color by Icebergs is a long one, and it is rise slowly in her cheeks. when all "I think you lost the real treasure well to recall it at a time slowly. the world is thinking of the Titanic trunk, Miss Lola," he said, example or so at Fm mighty glad I found it, but I was Thus, to take an haphazard, in tho spring of 1S90 four coming back to Moose Trail steamers of the England-Americ- a you would. route utterly vanished, and In 1S99 ten "Sis said she thought She told me about you on the way steamers disappeared. In 1908 the Mongolian was Imprishome, and said she hoped she'd see oned for two days in the ice, but esyou again some time." caped; in 1909 the Lake Champlaln, "Tom!" flashed Lola. "Don't!" Lindsay's eyes gleamed with happi the Hegulus, the Bonavista, and the Montrose were so battered by the floatness, and also pure boyish fun. "Well, I'm here," he said meaning ing Ice, that each escaped calamity by a very narrow margin, while none can ly, "and I'm going to stay." smacks are The old man had risen and left the tell how many fishing room. Tommy went also, presently, yearly dashed to pieces by these towand the two were alone. He waited. ering, glassy crags. but she did not speak. "Do you mind?" he asked, finally. Separate the Sexes. "Mind what?" The question was asked in Wall "My staying here." day whether men and street "What have I got to say about it?" womenthe other clerks are to be separated "Everything you know that" from one another. The reason waa She hesitated, trying not to look Ishim, and when her answer came that in the new offices of the Rock at land in the new Bankers' Trust comhe had to bend his head to hear it pany building such is the case. It was very demure, very Impersonal, women clerks, the librarians and The the and yet it told him what he wanted stenographers are on one floor and the to know. officials, the lawyers and accountants "I'm glad you found your trunk are on another floor. No special reahere at Moose Trail." "So am I bless it" be laughed, and son for the arrangement has been given, and now many women are wonLola was silent dering whether the same system Is to be followed throughout the finanThe Bookworm's Meal. cial district. It is whispered, howMr. Higley was a book lover; when ever, that the women do better work he was deeply interested In reading If they are left entirely alone. New he would ignore meal hours entirely, York Press. and take a standing luncheon whenever it occured to him to do so. The People's Stock Remedy Mrs. Higley was of a very domestic keeps your stock fat and healthy and turn of mind. "Doing up" starched was her chief delight and free from disease. clothes An Established Fact The People's starch aB she made it was a most ar Poultry Remedy contains every intistic composition. One day she made some boiled gredient necessary for the production of 30-t- f starch, and turning it into a yellow eggs. Richmond Dnuo Co. bowl, put it in the pantry window to cooL Household duties took her upstairs for an hour or so. and when she came back for the starch she found only an empty bowl with a spoon in it She went into the sitting-room- . Her husband was busily reading. She thought best to use a little diplomacy in discovering what had become of her starch. "How did you like that pudding in the yellow bowl?" she asked, craftily. Then Mr. Higley unwittingly convicted hlmselt "It wm a pretty mean pudding," he said, "but I managed to cat It!" Youth's Companion. Richmond Electric & Power Co. "W O U owe it to j'ourself to make sure of getting the most your money will buy in clothes best quality, proper fit, right style, all wool fabrics. In Griffon Clothes They are the choicest garments in town, and you can't do better than select your suit now. Our new Spring styles are on display and there is no doubt but that we have a suit that will fit 'Ou without greatly decreasing your bank account. Nu-Bu- ck you get full value. Three-Butto- n Straight Front Sack, No. 78S White Nu-BucNu-Buc- Shoes k New 16 button Shoes, that have T QO style and quality; reg. $3.75, special price 4 k White and White Canvas Colonial Pumps the one new thing of the season. These are stunningly smart and effective and per $1.98 feet fitting. Hats for Ladies and Children. An enormous assortment of Hats for ladies and children in our Millinery Department. Everything that's new in trimmed and untrimmed hats and sailors Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Rugs and Oil Cloth. All sizes in Crex Kugs. We are offering finest quality Lace Curtain Draperies at prices that will justify the replacing of those showing signs of wear. E. V. ELDER Here is an Ideal Waist for summer. Just the thing for school and work, attractive and com fortable. We have them in all colors plain white, white trimmed in lavender, blue and black, also tan trimmed in white, lavender and blue. Cut Price Wall Paper Sale I HAVE FOR SALE THE Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc.,and any ,kind Repairs for all rrindsof Machinery. y . Dr. M. Dunn Specialist and THROAT Richmond, Ky Oldham Bldg. GREENLEAF & HERRI NGTON Lawyers. Office in Douglas & Simmons' new In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE Building on Second Street 'opp. Court Houso , f M. WIDES Phone 363 Dr. Robt. Office Dentist C Boggs HUrry M Bbotoo, 0 Broadd us. T. Sanitary Meat fTelephoofc 39 Secood-s-t f Publicity. Great Vatu The possession of the news, tk knowledge oi tko world's dally life, thought movesatftt constitute the most elective wpoa for the protection of society. Justice and trata flourish la the Mgkt at publicity. a d wrofig dre4 K and are ultimately eured by the intueaces which low frost its UluaUBatlfig rays. v Bewlea. 1 e-- f Now Going On Beautiful Patterns Waist, Collar, Tie and ty 3c up B, DENTIST' KallaiBg. " t RICHMOND KENTUCKY Telephoao 367 in Oldham BaUdutg Tk Climax $1 a Year R. Emmett Mffion General Auctioneering. Over Mate Bea JESSE COBB, D.R. FREEMAN Services Reasonable. There so real seed anyone beiaf QiMunber-Iain'- s troubled with, eoeetipfttion. Tablets will eauee an affreeaM movement of the bowels without any effect Give them & trkl. Tot I'm sale by all dealers. Juett & Son House Building 98 E. V. "Eider The Cfimax 1 Belt CENTS year $1 DENTIST Oouwr Treat PHONE &3, or 481. Fire A-- ?T BAIV4I Botd n ,ZJZ t Opera r, v.-- HO Wtien You each year that will inake your comfortable. It is difficult lor rapet home "more of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time Add-something You. will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Light Weight Clothing Comfort Essential Hot Weather 1 Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date Furiiiture, Mattings and Rugs Eieady for your selection now. SI 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 In wide variety of fine materials and good tailoring. Light weight serges, tropical worsteds, Panama cloths, Mohairs, etc., some with inner-lining- s, BENNETT and H 1 GG E N S Cool Comfortable Suits g As light and cool as can 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 wean-resistin- Underwear be, yet 1 1 UNDERTAKING jott will take all your e wool awl pay highest price. a. Dan Breek. fire. lightning, ,d live stoek iasuraaee. An extra pair of trousors The Richmond Heating & Plumbing 131 f Co. is making special low prices on the .Mowers, MilwaukeeHinders 1 oyolone Rakes. - and 51-4- vests, some without; some full lined coats, others quarter or half lined. Every coat constructed with extra quality canvas and hair cloth so that it will hold its shape under the hardest wear. Beautiful summer colors--blu- es and grays in plain and fancy effects, sizes ane models to fit all men and most reasonably priced In all the newest styles for both old and young men. every fancy, at prices to suit every pocket book. FINE STRAW HATS PANAMA HATS Shapes for every head and for Fine Straws $ .00 to $3.00 Work Hats 1 5 to 50c - tf cicli suit made te measure Rico & Arnold. Rice & AraoW. j, w days. This O is the size of the headache We will furnish you the best awnings that ho had when he started to the circus. This o is the size of the heada u put Uiem up at lowest prices. ache that kept him from going to & Dozian, Baulow churoh. 307 Hast Main street. r;i if we can settle FREE with your summer shirts, a Wilson Bros. it with a Manhattan or for the next If there is any trouble with you as to $10.00, 12.50, 15.00, $16.50 Panamas still hold their own in public favor. Light, cool, comfortable- and durable, no hat equals them for summer wear. Ours are extra quality and very fine for the price AA g50Vr" Light Weight Coats just for summer comfort and. 5t6uts satisfaction. Blues and blacks and grays and neat stripes. and slims and regular models, for men of every shape and build and priced to meet the demands of economy. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00 Thin, light material and no lining Cf-rrnrnt Lost T. Deatkerage Is receiving wool at the A baby carriage pillow embroidered in Take Madison Tebaeoe Warehouse. pink and blue hearts with initial M. ; vur fleece to Mm aad get the highest Finder will please return same to this 48-t- f market price. office. liuilding material ef all kinds at Lost, Strayed or Stolen Broaddus &, Co. Got prices before from Madison County Slock Yards, oc I'.acmg jour orders for this class of Saturday, June 8. 1912, a red cow, no 4S-t- f foods horns, small brindle stripes about eyes. weighs about 850 pounds. Reward. o owners use seek Uhas. JIaktix. All medloine Veterinary Remeiies. For sale by Stookten & Son, Delightful Entertainments. no tiller lruggisu,RichaeecKy., Agents. 4B-The closing exercises at Caldwell High attended to got rid f your School, which were friends of by hun Now is the twae dreds of patrons and that inrlieumausm You oan do It by apply- stitution during the past week, came to ing Chamberlain's Ltaemeat and mas a close on Friday evening with the . cradualion of a class of fourteen pupils. saging the parts freely at eaoh appUoa-i.aauditorium lm The largoeach evening and balcony were For sate by all dealers. and the class oi crowded When in need ot illacksmilhing in entertainments given nightly was far average ary of its hranofces, Farming Imple-n.en- above the creditschool exercises, and on the instructors as reflect great Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, well as those who participated in the It. E. festivities. Rubber tires Sx, get prices from tf Miller, Union OHy. Ky. Cal-SIno-U. Great variety of the lightest and coolest shirts known to tht trade. Fancy negligees, plain white negligees and fine pleated bosoms. Also tine 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, $1.50, $2.00 Our "Colossus" Shirt, special for big men, extra size all over, $1.25 SUMMER SHIRTS LOW CUT SHOES X7ntt PantQ Light in weight, cool and comfortable, yet strong and durable. 50, 85, 1. 00, 1.35, 1.50 Neat pin shown in this They are lighter, cooler and more comfortabls than high shoes, and just as serviceable. Snappy styles for the younger generation, as well as solid comfort models for the older. Hanan, Speedwell and Beacon makes, each the best in its class. up-to-da- The demand for low shoes grows larger every summer. te big assortment, and priced under other stores. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $5.50 COVINGTON & BANKS 1 base ball) Paris, Wednesday, June 2 Nicholasville, Thursday, June 13 1 A sprained ankle may as a rule be Water Sale. cured in from three to four days by applying Chamberlain's Liniment and observing the direetioBS with eaoh bottle. For sale by all dealers. It has long been a Democratic custom in Madison county to give a second term to those officials who perform their duty well during the first term of office,andyou can make no mistake by deciding to cast ou r vote for R. is. Torrill for ion to the office of County Court Clerk. His record is onen for the closest inspec tf tion, what "Water Sale" means? It means a sale where every thing is cheap as water and as good as water and as necessisary to life as water. clothing J. S. Stanifer, the man, will beein tomorrow his ."water sale" advertised in this issue. He means that everything is being marked way down so low that the old prices have been lost sight of in the deal. In order to mark down everything in his immense stock his store will be closed today. It takes time to mark down a big stock like Stanifer carries. Do you know Common Drinking Cup. The law proliibting the Common drinkinc cup went go into effect June 10th, The law forbids the use oi uie common drinking cup on trains, in railroad stations, hotels, boarding houses, restaurants, steam boats, stores or other publicly frequented place. No person or corporation in charge of such places shall permit the use or drinking cup In common, and warning placards must be posted in conspicuos posltitons. A violation of the provisions of this act is punishable by a line of not less than $1 nor more than $10, and each days violation of any of tho provisions of the act is to be considered a separate offense. New ones coming each week. Price $16. Ilice & Arnold. Le Amputated. New Departments At Eastern For The Coming Year. The State Normal is planning to widen and extend its usefulness by inaugurating certain now departments along progressive lines: The Department of Agriculture is to be headed by Prof. J, S. Pullen, a native Kentuckian. who has been Principal of State Approved High Schools, of Louisiana, and has for tho past three years, been supervising tho state Agriculture 11 mil School. Another new department is that of Expression and Physical Training for women. The head of this department is Miss Jean B. Hurst, graduate of Michi gan State Normal Colleee and graduate or Columbia College of bxpression. Miss Hurst has had seven years experience in Michigan. The permanent head of department of Household Economics is Miss Frances Grant Heverlo, a graduate of the Uni versity of Chicago, who has for three years bean supervisor or Domestic science of the City schools or bt.l'eters burg, Fla. Miss Heverlo wants to get back to "(iod s Country." she is considered an expert in her particular line. The citizens of Richmond, especially the patrons of the Model School, will be interested in a new teacher in the Model school. Miss May C. Hansen, graduate of the Oshkosh State Normal, is to be Critic Teacher of Grades One and Two, doing illustrative class work and prim ary work for the Summer school, com ing to Richmond next week, iliss Han sen has had large and successiui ex perience and wo are expecting splendid results in the primary department at Eastern. Miss Hansen takes position, vacated by Mrs. Marianna Dovcroll Koch. The faculty of tho Normal feels deep ly indebted to tho "Parent-Teach-ers Association" for the very delightful picnic given them a. Lake Roba Friday evening of last week. In this gracious- hospitality they expressed to the teachers appreciation of their efforts with their children during the past year. The delightful lunch partook of the flavor of a banquet with Madame Piotrowska as toastmtstrcss. The speeches by Dr. Crabbe and Miss Patridge wero informal expressions of thanks to the hostesses. flirs. Dr. Vaught read an able and valu able paper on "The Use of " Coca-Cola.- News reached Richmond Friday of a serious accident that befell Mr. Henley Wanted K. Gentry, formerly of this city, in To buy or rent pony, saddle and bridle. Jacksonville, 111. The young man, who I all at this oftlce. is a son of Mrs. Minnie B. Jackson, of this county, had his left foot crushed in For Rent a railroad accident, necessitating am- Mrs. just Fine b'.ue grass land for grazing. ?utation statedbelow the knee.reporter to a Climax 3. Tbvjs Conn. f that a telegram announced the accident, but she had received no further news in For Sale. the way of particulars. Mr. Gentry has Upright piano, good as new. Apply many friends in Richmond and Madison county who hope lor a speedy recovery. 4S-t- f at this oee. 01-t- our Great Sale. Buy now while the buying is good. All prices have been cut to the lowest notch. Right now, when the summer season is in fullnswing, you have the opportunity to secure genuine bargains. ACT QUICKLY OflK' ( 1Y1U1C U&yzn VJlliy U IVlntA TlaiT'C LADIES' READY-TO-WEA- R. Clearance Sale Towels and Pillow Slips. Shirt Waists. "7C Ladies' lawn and lingerie waists, laco Colored border huck towels, good size, ff extra quality, 15c value Sale prico . 45x22 colored border huck towels, fA extra 20c value. rrC Sale price 18x30 linen buck towels, wblto and colored borders, value $3 per f QT dozen. Sale price Good size bath towels,, fine quality, 15o value. 11 C ... Sale price 20c bath towels. 1A Sale price 25c bath towels, big size f 7C Sale price 42x30 hemmed pillow slips, good quality 12 values. Q 7C Sale price 42x30 hemmed pillow slips, 1f A C 15o value. Sale price.. WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Sale price . 30 inch Punjab and Manchester per cales. Bales Seersucker. Toil du Noid. and A. F. C. Ginghams, 32 inch Barna- by zephyrs, 12 to 15c 11 C values. Sale price 30 inch kinlergarten cloth, 32 inch French ginghams, in checks, plaids and scripes, all new fresh goods,, a largo assortment, 25c value Q 7C Sale price . 3G inch bleached cotton, good quality 8 1 3c value Sale price-- . Lancaster and Amoskeg ginghams, apron checks, JOc value 7 C Sale price Simpson's American prints and Mer- imac shirtings; all standard goods, light and dark shades. All go in this C C sale, at per yard . 81x00 and 72x90 plain hemmed sheets good quality OQ 7C Sale nrice. each 72x90 plain hemmed sheets. l-- Tailored to 827.50. Sale price Tailored Suits, values up toS30and?35 Sale pi ice Bags ForBluegrass 5eed. A. Li. Gott has for sale Uuegrass. 1000 A Daily Paper. If vou can't wait to have a suit made try one of our READY TO WEAR suits bags for 50-8- t Hat Sale. All bats at and below cost. Come early and get your choice. 49-K. V. ScnsiiDT. Good Mare For Sale Eight years old, suitable for buggy or carriage. Any lady or child can drive Mrs. L. J Schlegel. with safety. Phone 9. 51-- Attention! Poultry Raisers. lins and Main streets, has installed a mill for grinding fresh bones. This makes a most excel ent food for all of fowls. 5 cents a pound. Jall 48-t- f. and see him. Phone C14. Mr. W.T. Vaughn, grocer, corner Col- Architect's Notice. to draw plans for buildings and remodeling of all kinds. Will also furnish estimates or superintend construction of such work. Bhone 101. Orders left for me at The Climax office will receive prompt attention. 31-N. B. Tubtix. I m nrenared tf a thousand miles from Richmond, sent in a death certificate iha nthnr dav with his name stoned in the space reserved for "cause of death" A doctor, not Who Was II? BIRTHS. To the wife of Woodson Perkins, Baldwin. Ky., on June 7 a son. To the wife of Hugh Shepherd of i "rutcher Precinct a fine girl baby June 5th. To the wife of Olaude Cates of this city a girl baby on June 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Deering of Red House are the croud parents of a girl babv. Mabel Deering. who came to their home June 1st. A straw sailor is the dressy hat for summer wear. Try a HOPlilao. iTlCcs range from 81.50 to 3. Rice & Arnold On Thursday, June 27th, tho Rich mond Chautauqua will open, and for a period of eight days and nights the people of this community will have the opportunity of witnessing one of the best and moat elaborate attractions ever given in this city. The best of every thing will be featured in this big attrac tion, as some of the world s greatest orators, noted singers, finest musicians and celebrated actors have been sche Judging from the duled to appear. large advance sale of season tickets, our people greatly appreciate the oppor tunity presented them, the success of the Chautauqua is now assured. There have been many requests from different sources, in fact, there has been a ue mand for a daily paper to be published in our city during Chautauqua week. There is considerable expense and much hard work attached to a daily paper.but alter due consideration it was hnally decided that the people should have During the eight what they wanted. days of the Chautauqua, a daily paper filled with local and Chautauqua news, will be issued from Tne UUmax press, Mr. Frank L. Russell will be editor and business manager. As a writer he has few equals in the country;and as a boostFor er, he is tireless in his energies. tho benefit of advertisers. Mr. Rusell Will make dally talks before the audiences, boosting things generally. and especially those who advertise and are not afrtid of printer's ink. "You scratch my back and I will scratch vours". is iafinitely true of all who ad vertise with .'him. His past record com mends him to the business men of our city and else. The rates for advertising in the Chautauqua daily will be 10 cents per inch with liberal reductiods for the eiirht davs and large space. From 1000 to 2000 copies of the paper will be issu ed dailv. Send your advertising to Mr. Frank L. RusselL Box 496, Richmond, Ky., or to The Climax. - Blue Grass Crop Heavy in Madison. The farmers of Madison have been actively engaged during the past week gathering blue grass seed, which is one of the heaviest crops known in many produces years. Central Kentucky practically all or tne Diue grass oi ine world, and the crop of seed is one of the important revenues of the farmers of this section. The annual production runs all the way from 300,000 to 800,000 bushels, and this year it is estimated may make .something like 1,000,000 bushels. The price varies from 40 or SO cents to $1 per bushel. In view of the Heavy crop tne sales tins year are starling at 45 cents a bushel as it stands in the pasture. An acre of blue grass will produce from 15 to 30 bushels of seed, and as the reaping ol the seed in no way impairs the valuo or the grass lor grazing purposes, the sale of the seed stands as a premium paid annually to the own-o- f blue grass sod. and embroidery trimmed, 73C $1.25 values. Sale price f O "JCZ King tailored .waists, best tailored waist ever made. 82.00 value. . Skirts. Sale price Ladies' Tailor-mad- e 32 60. values Skirts in black, and colors, good models, Sale prico . $C50 to S3.50 values, 3 QC $3.00 and $3.50 values. Sale prico Sale price Skirts in black, blue, brown and man- $1.00 and 85 00 values, embroidered nish mixtures, good solection. Values and tucked. d QCZ $10 to $12.50. Sale prico Salo price .... Tailor Suits. Suits, values up t"f1 40 t ' One lot light and dark colored lawns. Serpentine and Mermaid crepes A good assortment, 10c value 7 "f O fresh lot, 18c value new J Qr $1.69 $1.95 4Z..73 ' .... '' ' Y3,73 .$2.95 - $6.85 Wash Skirts. One big lot of messalines, voile,- - emPoplins, natural color, linen and white broidered marquisettes, chiffon cloths, and braided effects, values $0 50 to cotton corduroy, 95c,'$l.C9, S10. Sale OCT 81.05 and S2.C5. price Waist Special. 6c c $1 Stylish Dresses. $50 Prize. A prize of fifty dollars in gold has been offered by John B. .McFerran. Chairman of the Educational Committee of the Louisville Commercial Club to the County which sends the largest del egation or the teachers and trustees to the Kentucky Educational Association, which meets In Louisville June 25, 23 and 27. Jefferson County is excluded from this contest, and the distance traveled as well as the number of dele- gales will be cosidered, thus giving the most distant and isolated . counties an equal show with those adjacent to Louisville. Many counties have their eyes on this prize, and are organizing large delegations to attend. Fine summer lingerie, tan linen embroidered in white and tan white corA duroy dresses, $0.50 to 87.50 7C Sale prico values. Linen and lingerie dresses, $9.50 to $10 values. Sale prico Silk linen and lingerio dresses, $12.50 values. Sale price Better grade dresses all sold at mark ed reductions. Muslin Underwear. Ladies' cambric corset covers, trimmed with fine laco insertion, ribbon Of C draw, 25c value. Sale price.. Ladies' gowns, drawers and corset covers, long cloth, cambric and nainsook, in various styles of lace and embroidery trimmed, 50o and COo I values. Sale price Ladies' gowns, skirts, drawers, chemise and corset covers of long cloth and nainsook, cut full, round and square neck, lace and embroidery trimmed, ribbon draws, 75c and 85fr values. Qr 07C Sale price Silk Petticoats. All silk petticoats put in at two prices. Cambrio gowns, cut full and long, emMado of black and colored messalines; broidery and lace trimmed yokes QQ 07C $1 to $1.25 values. Sale price $3.50 to $1.00 petticoats. 4t:.J ' $7.75 Dress Goods Hosiery Trunks and Suit Cases Umbrellas aud Parasols Dress Trimmings Gloves and Handkerchiefs All offered at extra- Sale price 50c imported cotton voiles, floral and striped designs, light and dark 3)- colors. Sale price 25c cotton voiles, various patterns, black: and white stripes, f7f O etc. Sale prico , 9-- 4 Pepperell sheeting -Sale price 10- -4 Pepperell sheeting Sale price 4 Mohawk sheeting Sale price 4 Mohawk sheeting Sale price 10-- 4 Mohawk sheeting Sale price 81x00 Mohawk plain hemmed sheets. best quality Sale price 90x90 Mohawk plain hemmed sheets, best quality Sale price He Jt. 23 J 2c 26c '' 8-- 2k 59c 69c t 9-- 23c .25c good Sale 00x90 seamless sheet, plain hem, fine nricir!h quality tOf CQ WhiteWash 19, Corduroy-Mos- desirable goods in the house. quality Sale Drice. each $9.95 ordinary PRIGE REDUCTIONS. Laces and Embroideries. l-- J 2329, 34, 43, 69c Formerly 25; 30, 40, 50, 75c and SI black-satLs-p- Sale price . $2.95 PA City Council. City Council met in regular monthly session Thursday evening, Juno 0, the Mayor and every councilman being pre sent, Messrs. K. D. Ballard, W. A.Lanjr- ford and Lyman Parrlsh were elected as a board of Tax Supervisors. The con tract wita tne water company was taken up and discussed, but was passed for final action until a meeting to bo held Wednesday evening, June 12. The question of oiling the streets was taken up. The committee soliciting funds for same was ordered to continue their work and the Mayor was authorized to order two car loads of oil. A resolution was offered and adopted to rebate tho soft drink houses from June 2, the time at which they will under the law be dis continued, to Juno 30th, to which time they paid' and at which time their This r bate is license would expire. not obligatory, but the Mayor and Coun cil thought it was the right and honest thing to do. We believe that all right thlnklnz people will approve this action a the city should not and does not want to take a man's money without. giving him value received. Mr. U. K. Million, Street Commissioner, resigned and Mr. G, W. Derringer was elected to the posi tion. The usual monthly bills were ai lowed and ordered paid. Other routine business was dipoeed of and the council adjourned. $0.50 to $10 petticoats. Sain nriKn KUl QC TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS. Special For Three Days Only. 01-in- Every article in the entire stock mark ed to the lowest possible price. One lot of embroideries, insertions and edgings, on Swiss and cambric, 12 and 15c values. Sale price... Match Sets. Princess slips, skirt and drawer com- 12 inch embroidered flounces, 25c Bargain Prices value. binations at J6J-2- c Sale price 17 inch' embroidered flounces, 25c value. Sale '1 1O 9c The Winchester Base Ball Franchise. The Winchester Ball Club threw up the sponge last Friday and surrendered its franchise to Nicholasville. A few e, Headquarters for oil, binder twine, repairs for harvesting machinery. Phone Richmond Heating and Plumbing Com 51-pany. 4t Madison County Court William Ledford's Trustee, Assignment for Benefit of Creditors. Ordered that the assignee of William Ledford. Joe P. Chenault. advertise for claims as bv law directed and all per sons failing to present their claims verified in the time specified by law will be deemed to have waived his right to participate in the assigned estate. A copy. R. B. Tebkiell, Clerk. In obedience with the above order of the Madison County Court, all persons holding claims against William Led ford Till file same wkh the undersigned or All his attorney, John C Chenault. persons holding or filing any claim against the aseiffaed Mtale of Wllhun Ledford, are hercty further notified that the undersiga will on July 11, 12 and 13, 1912, sit to receive oklss, and will receive and tie aH elaiass properly prem of Jobs 0. Obeo-au- lt sented at thekwr in the Deagiec fc Sim met building ob any om at the aysave staled, P. CaVi.V, ! Wilttws Ledfoec. pro-ner- lv i II VV R. Sbaekellor, lodge. jj Richmond fans went over to see the farewell game, and as one of them said The fans "Winchester died hard." were there In numbers fully seventy-fivwhile from the number of ladies present eight by actual Count we concluded that it must have been "ladies dav." Tom Baxter, who was there, could not understand how such a larg rilv refused to support a team. Bev. Jueit was present and told us just where the game was lost, but ne could not ten where the fans were. Baxter Mid tfiat h believed they were so busy in the factories that they could not get off. Jim Winn, Steve Vaught and a host of familiar fans were in too lacrysaose a condition to attend, the latter, however, later pointed out the foundations of their county Jail, which was expected to hold at least 100 prisoners when their railroad terminals were all completed. Vaught also pointed out Um new city hall, In process of contrlotSe, to coat an untold' amount, m the pteee where future delegations were to be eateriaiaed from vkiting cities, when as Baxter again auggeated, ''Winchester edeureca iranchiee in the National League, John Gamer, a See fellow, after wfceai the run Park aa named, was afee aeeeat: woaU thai he oould either speekor write Mae. The big "Durhaai BmU" just the fans would Bat mrreaiier, te keep ed fcawa aeet ur hat: beautiful grass frowinf Wg ed on Deaths At the home of Mrs. uarrott, on Second street, this cityV on Wednesday, June 5, of consumption, Mr. Levi Duryear. Mr. ham in bis thirty-fourt- h Durham resided in Dayton. Ohio, and came here two weeks before bis death in hones a change of climate would be beneficial. He leaves a wife and one child and was a brother of our well known townsman, Mr. N. A. Dur His remains were buried Friday ham. at Berea, Ky . after services at the mp tist church of that piece. Sundey evening, June 9, of consumption, at the home of hi parests Mr. aad Mrs. J. K. Parke at College Hill. Jeeee Parke, meed 24 tmn. Fuaefl eerviees this were held at the Beftit city, Meedey afteraoeo, eoeducted by Kev. C. C. Marshall, after wkiek h'n re mains were Ink! to rest in the oW 8h der Wryiaf growad on OUer Creek. all puro linen unbleached table damask, 50c and 59c valuo. OQ: Sale prico bleached and unbleached damask, all pure linen, 62i-2- c 85o value. Sale price.. guaranteed pure linen, German bleached table damask, SI. 00 to $L25 value. Salo price.. h all puro table damask, pure bleached, 31.00 valuo. QA Salo price wide pure Irish linen table, damask, beautiful designs, $1.25 to $1.35 values. Sale prico, - 89c .......... 95c of MaderU hand machine embroideries. edges and insertions to match, 25c to 30c values, 1 Bleached and unbleached good size Sale price table napkias, $1.50 values. f 1Q flounces, $1.50 h embroidered Sale price value. Sale (3 4) full bleached napkins, all price... pure lkten, to $0.00 tM QC Bands beautifully embroidered to vahaes. Sale price match the above,, 50a value. Qr wide pere Irieh linen table Cola n.lxn dam:, beautiful deafens, $1.50 to Linen Suitings. $1.75 VaUw. h crash linen suitings, white and Sale attee (3-full aize pare lines daaaaek colors., value 50c per yard Suleorice beawMf al feMeraa, $8,90 to Ramie linen suitings, $100 14 vateee. Sale priee . valae. Sale QQ One lot pure Uaeo kias, doU aad towered deejgaa, tt.Ot m inefc Katlae ltaa suitings, in rose. A Q f Mae e Javeader, $Uf value. QC. -- A. Sekpnee-- A ... .ftafcrT Salanr-- M f 7 09 27-in- 4.7 .......... .73 rQ p.Z7 37-ia- 39r $2.95 48-ke- li a vl. aa da cygne, all pare stuc ith a See lusirlons finish. Regular Fino quality India Linen, 25o 11.50 va value. Sale price I Bala price, per yard 40 inch batiste, round 1 Qf "XC A large assortment of cheney foulards. thrcad, 15c value Flaxons, plain and checks like linen 36 inch wash silks, colored stripes. round thread, permanent luster, 13 to stripe silk serges, all street shades, 23 inches wide. This is the largest and 20c value. Sale price X3c best assortment that we nave. Values per yard CQf. Flaxons in plain, checks and stripes, up to SL25 jsSale price 25 to 30c values Solid color of self stripe messalines, Sale price . 5 fancy taffetas, loulslnee and inch Plain sheer flaxons, 35 to 40c fancy foulards la dots and figures. A values. Sale price TQ Box Nainsook, 12 yards to the piece, fine BMortBast. Yaluec up to 1.50. Sale price $2 and 2.50 value f 36 inch taffetas, black peaa de cygne Sale price and black mescalines. J1.00 and $1.25 English longcloths. yards to the value piece, $1.25 value Sale price, per yard Sale price 42 44 lash ekeevey foulards with ataible $1.35 value f fQ aad siagle boraera. all goed street shades Sale price Best geeAsia stack. Xaad 1 SC $1.50 value OtX $t.N valaes. Sate price Sale price T Crepe meieees ia all the eveaiag sasaes, werta. $.5 to $ew 9alc price, pec yarv All pure silk in faaey twa teae white stiipe meesalicee.cbeckawtatrif ALL ROMS AND IMPOftTTO chiffon, taffetas. 32 Imk foula la all PATTSaUfl AI LS8S TMAX COST values 50 to 90c shades, f XC Bereicrc Teste Be tea. 1 per yard. Sale priee 3G inch .stripe fcerge, white aa4 left; fM aaa MS.M vetoes c&C MT 45 facta Sale-prie-e colored striper la aM White Goods 8c 95c ' ... 2U - 21-2- 29c - Jn .7 95c 70 r ! -- f SILKS a4 f $1.95 25 c The Reputation J. L. Watson And 61-- 4t tbs'r etreetf. Prof. Balfriato's Royal Italian Band, connected with Llttlejohn mows e blbtttac n the Kat End every evening ibte week, gave a free sacred concert fiwai the Uod in the Court.House )ad The weather was afternoon. deHcbtful and auadrede of eiwaent.bolh Moodev. Juee 3. of ebelent infMbtm jrhiM and blaek, were on the atreet to J Edith BoUe. iafeet deufbter of Mr. and enjoy toe inuaio whlek wee beautifel, iRveiwm ""- J far beuer than ia usually heard en each Jill X! AJ la the BWteKMHl oewrtety Tueecfey. oeeaatqaa. Prof. BaUiato's band will ire a eaettert every day and kvoimg tbU tt, JMSV week ai the ifaow groends is the Died, at Ford, Xy-- , Bad. Martla W. Edward, afed 77 years. Free Sacred Conceit His G00&, Count or Everything in Bringing Ccatoeiert te Hk Store SATISFACTION Strictly Cmk Safe Pays to Bfy giiar -- - t 14-- U UJ Watson's 6 Nor Uftpr Strt Watson rr m it tiTii )iT m Our PtMtive Guarantee , Jigs BaXVRBaaB 4 w TICKETS NOW ON SALE Beginning Thursday, June 27th Morning", Afternoon and Evening Programs The Event of this Season8 Big Days 8 The Event of this Season. The season tickets purchased by the local committee, and now on sale, may le had while they last at $2.00. oneach entertainment would exceed $5.00. See program for list of big attractions. IN F0R1MBIG RICHMOND CHAUTAUGU A Ajll ' BASEBALL AS IN season tickets thereafter will be $2.50. Attendance byfsingle admission WAS SAVED BY THE DOCTORS LIFE EI-th- er Get A JLJEU Senator Gardner's Words ef Hop Might Well Be Applied to of the Games. .rU.-m- .- Om New Perfection Wick Blue Blame V Oil Stove The baking is perfect with the new Boss Oven and is in every way entirely satisfactory W. F. HIGOINS Furniture, Carpets, Stoves Pictures Framed to Order Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Kentucky One way to relievo habitual grounds. One little chap had just muffed a pop fly ihat. If safely handled, would have retired the other side. He had to stand for many shouts of derision nd deprecating epithets, and was greatly cast down. Senator Gardner tailed him over to him. "Do you know," said the senator,, "I can remember, as If It were only last week, a game I played in, at center field, when I was about your ace. and how sore everybody got at me be cause I kept muffing balls, always at me worst possible time. In the last Inning I came to the bat with two runs against us and knocked a three- Dagger that put us one ahead. And an tne Doys that had been making fun di my neiding were the first to h'ist Vme to their shoulders and carry me off me nem in a blaze of glory. So you can see how little sense there'd be In Deing cast flown over a poor play, or swelled up over a good play, when euiJiB am su quicKiy . swayea oy a streak of luck. If I were you wouldn t care a continental what they said about me. You may lam out a home run the next time up." And the boy seemed properly en- - Senator Obadlah Gardner, the man !rom Maine with tho Mark Hannafea-:urgets more enjoyment out of a jail game than a chauffeur does out of jcarinjr pedestrians. A short time ago, n the absence of a league game la SVashlngton, Senator Gardner paused m his way to the senate to watch a bunch of boys playing on the Capitol e, The first Chautauqua in the world was founded in 1873. There are some 600 Chau-tauquas CHAUTAUQUA FACTS Victim of Robbers Recovered Because tha Physicians Didn't Probe for the Bullets. Farmers, Attention We are Agents for the in America today. Nearly 300 of the 600 Chau-tauqu- as couraed. EEDING For Production of Eggs never at jiny time overlook. Hens cannot lay unless the? are supplied with the material from wbicbJEggs are made. A lien is only a. machine for making Eggs oat ef the material which site finds in her feed, and Th is one very essentia! point, which you should vttt Is given the proper TONIC regularly, along ker feed, she cannot manufacture EGGS. The Peoplies Poultry Remedy - Is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are recommended for HE SIGNED THE REGISTER this purpose. 25c. a box at all drug stores. lm But the BuxorrTWIdow's New Husband Wrote Just What She Had Dissolution Notice Taught Him. The firm of Wines and Whittington, A buxom and winsome widow decid Jewelers, doing busines in tho City of Richmond, Ky., is this day " dissolved ed to continue her late husband's busi bymutal consent, Mr. E. C. ines re ness (wholesale meat purveyor), and tiring. Mr. H. M. Whittington assumes appointed his confidential and reliable all libalities and he alone is authoirzed man, one John Jinx, as her manager. to collect debts due to the firm. E- - C. Wines. John, though an astute and clever bus Richmond, Ky. iness man, com a neitner read nor May 29, 1912. H. M. Whittington write. The widow partly cured him of the latter defect by teaching him to For Sale. write: "Settled, John Jinx," when glv Ing a receipt for accounts paid to him. McCormick Binder, good as new, has The business Improved and pros been used on'only one small crop, works pered. as likewise did the' amatory Colyer & Dux can, perfectly. feelings between the widow and John 50-Richmond, Ky the latter fructifying in a proposal Seven-bushbarrel best Kanawha' and acceptance of marriage. After the usual preliminaries' the ceremony took Salt for 81.00. Telephone 110. 41-W. W. Broadpds & Co, place, followed by an adjournment to the vestry to complete the legal tf are directly under Redpath management the same bureau which is furnishing our Chautauqua. There are fifty more in the United States today than there were a year ago, our forthcoming Chautauqua being one of the fifty. The size of the tent to be erected here is 90 x 130 feet. Three thousand people can be accommodated at all Chaii-tauquas -- The expert medical witness had Just descended from the stand when a recess was announced In the criminal court and as he paused for a few moments to chat with Judge Ralph S. Latshaw, who dearly delights In twitting the medicos. "Whenever I see a doctor on the stand," related the Judge, "I am forcibly reminded of an experience when I was an assistant prosecuting attorney many years ago. "A storekeeper on East Ninth street was shot by robbers when he refused to open his cash drawer. Four bullets found him as their mark and when officers arrived on the scene he was lying on the floor, dead to all outward appearances. Doctors, who had hurried to the store, took a look at him, shook their heads and went away. Not one of them offered to probe for the bullets. "And do you know," smiled the Judge to the doctor, "that was what saved him. The storekeeper recovered and Is In business to this very day. He still carries the bullets, one of them in his head. Now what would have happened to him, doctor, If they had probed for the bullets?" But by this time the expert was gone. Kansas City Journal. BREAD OF VIKINGS FOUND Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators Also New Western Cultivators Malta double-shov- el 5 and 14 tooth Cultivators. Mccormick Binders Mowers TAYLOR & OLDHAM Made From Pine Bark and Pea Meat, it Was Discovered In Gothland. An interesting find was made at LJunga, Gothland, by Dr. Schnlttger, professor at Stockholm university. This is some bread that dates from the time of Vikings. Microscopical examination has shown this bread to be made from pine bark and pea meat, thus proving the fact that peas were grown in Swe.den as far back as a thousand years ago. Archeologlcal excavation has so far brought to light only a few specimens of bread dating from ancient or prehistoric times. The few loaves excavated In Egypt and In Swiss lake dwellings .are of the highest archeologlcal Interest. In the northern countries only one or two finds of this kind have so far been made, foremost among which should be mentioned a corn meal loaf dating from the fourth century A. D, which was discovered by Dr. Schnlttger In 1898 In connection with the excavation of Boberg castle. Scientific American. The tent crews will be composed of college men. Express Company Loses A Card From Mr. Wilson. a candiate for Secretary and Genoral Manager of the Hurst Ilomo Insurance Company. Mr. Wilson is a native of Bath county, but has been a resident of Nicholas county for several years. He has been one of the most successful farmers it the State and is eminently qualified in. every respect to discharge the duties of the oftlce ho seeks. His large connections in many, counties occupied by tho Hurst Home Insurance Co. would bo a leverage for strength to an already strong and popular company. This be ing a farmers insurance company it would be well to select a farmer ta pre- siae over and manage the business, and it would be well for those interested- to investigate the claims of Mr. AYilson before pledging their support to another nsons card as follows: Mr. To tho Directors and Members of the Hurst Home Insurance Com pony: I will be an applicant for office of Secretary and General Manager of this company at its next Annual Eloction in August, at Millesburg, Ky. Believing myself throughly capable of managing me anairs or tnis most valued Uampany lsohct your influence in my candiacy for so important position. Any favor you may extend me will be highly ap preciates lours uespectly - ii II H.f h asm For'a'trurLuo-ri13 II 1 1iij"other time, Uiat SIOYC-4UU3- The Latest Thing! ml Stoves at u t w anv si inner, a for anv other meal r the verv latest thine in stoves the best 13 WtUl UU a Suit A damaee suit of unusual character was decided by tho Court of Appeals in the case of A. P. Alcorn against the Adams Express Company.appealf d from Below we publish a card from Mr. Wilson, of Carlisle, who announces himself It Burns Oil New 1?brectioit It concentrates tbe beat Vftea you want it tad where you want &. ltuuqnjckas steadier and haivrr than' coal, cheaper dectnarr. iTba Nw Pofec&a Slam hii taoj. aumcM. tqrqooiw blue duxnocys. It U huft&omely finahrn ia nicUl, vritK cabinet too, drop tbelra. tawsl Ne Ashes It trates Heat -J- Ve A Concen- Oil Cook-sto- v earries within itself every ingredient necessary for 'We Production of Pure, Rich and Wholesome Eggs. It k sot only an Egg Producer, but a TONIC which mis quickly upon every vital part, keeping tho "" OHICKEXS IIKALTIIY and free from all diseases and producing a rapid growth of the fowL L. & RICHMOND DRUG CO. JJ W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Rosidence352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago 5amples Submitted to Your Own Home' : Novel'CoIorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME New York Ask the Woman ARE YOU A WOMAN? The necessary particulars were duly entered In the marriage register, and South Bound. sign. No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives happy John was the first asked to John, somewhat blushing, took pen In t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. hand, and clearly and unmistakably No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De wrote as his signature In the register: parts 6:45 a. m. , "Settled, John Jinx." . No. 1. Louisville to Beattyvllle Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 Synthetic Diamonds. No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar There recently appeared In Paris rives 11:40 a.m. Departs 12:12 a. m some diamonds having all the ear No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. marks of the genuine article, and they Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m were offered to a number of dealers JSo. 27. Richmond to lxmisvme via at very attractive prices. Certain Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. rigid tests were applied by experts en No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville gaged In the trade, with the result Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m that they were proven to be slightly Maysvme to Stan No. 9. Cincinnati stones. The ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs different from natural diamonds are believed to be manu 7:25 p. m. factured by a synthetic process, but by North Bound experts who examined them the; No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives were claimed to be genuine. From and Departs 4:16 a. m. this It- seems the secret of making dia No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and monds Is really being solved, and it m, Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a, will not be long until this new product Departs 0:25 a. m. of the electric furnace will take its No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives 7:15 a. m. Departs 7:20 a-- m place with synthetic rubles, sapphlrei and other manufactured gems which No. 28. Louisville to .Richmond via are now sold In the open market Ex Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. change. No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive Shoulders and Desks. 3:00 p. m. Symmetry In the arrangement oi No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville seats, and desks ill school rooms workt Arrives 1:35. m. Departs 1:40 p.m against the health of the child, accord No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar ing to a recent statement by Superin rives and Departs 4:54 p. m. tendent of Schools Mrs. Ella Flags No's 31, 37, 33, 27 34, 28, 38. 32 ar Young of Chicago. Mrs. Young sayt Daily trains, no's 71, 1, 3, a, jo, 2, 7e that many children become rounddaily Except Sunday. shouldered in a abort time because seats are not of proper height to al low pupils to work comfortably at their desks. "Hardly a child Is when ho enters the prl mary grade," she says, "yet many are decidedly so before they reach the fourth grade." She thinks that the Idea of .symmetry of desks should be abandoned for the idea of the sym metry and health of the child. , Mid-nighround-shouldere- R Time Table the Estill Circuit Court. Alcorn's son, a sojdier in the ariny.died in the Philippines, and his body was shipped home. Alcorn contracted with the Wells-Farg- o Express Company to deliver the body ai the home of Alcorn in Estill county. When the body reached Irvine, the Adams Express Company refused to deliver the body until charges amounting to $138 were paid. Alcorn sued for damages, and the court says he is entitled to $500, and directs that judgment be entered for that amount. Two trials were had, and at the last peremptory instructions were given against tho express company. Wale Dirt Sort of Blanket Ballot Senator Lee S. Overman of North Carolina has a colored maid servant that has been in his family since the days of slavery. She Is a loyal serv ant, and thinks that "Mahstab: Lee" represents all that is best In humankind. It is Handy It "is Ready JVe rrTTlnqlnn, raclhetc Moa Frw AH rWWi Gook-Boo- k yraix 1 . 2 or 3 burnen. Delay nrrf IrM New ridi gvtrr givca to utom teadmg 5 cext to cover taailmg cod Peff erlna Store- alia ttortj. Cook-Boo- k 1 . STANDARD OIL COMPANY Kr4 Lob!t3X. K74 Atlanta, (Incorporated la Kentucky) CU4 Birmingham, AI&4 and Jackaon-riHa- ' For 5ale. HXice barouche ingood condition. 49.4t Kov O. White. M. M. Hamilton-Ph- one 484. tf Buys calves, cows and fat cattle. 39-Call him up. 2t Albert Wilsox senate the first time, Mrs. Overman had a telephone connection with the legislative chamber at Raleigh and got the news of each ballot as It was taken. The old colored mammy didn't know what a ballot was, but she caught the Idea that the more Over man got the better his wife was pleas ed. That night she was overheard praying aloud In her room: "Oh, Lawd," she said, "take Mahs- tah Lee In the hollow of yo nan and Jes covah him with them 'ere ballots, whatevah they Is, and make him get dan." Moon Struck. "When Overman was running for the Ha You Don't Have To Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from Carlisle, Ky. For Sale. Seven-roo- m Who Wears Them This smart canvas pump made of pure white linen is ' being shown this week in all sizes and lasts at look: Get Yours Now S3 S2 Vi aW av ' al ' a 1' Ar White Shoes have come to stay. of our prettiest white linen pumps be had now for Cut "shows orie Your size can S Two hundred styles of-th- is famous shoe ready for your W. D. Oldham & Company RlctariorKfa Ormatmrnt &torm aaaVaHMalHaMhw A-, dwelling in excellent re Itching piles provoko profanity, but pair, good water,largo garden, fruits. Apply to Miss K. V.Schmidt, Second St.4S3t- - profanity won't remove them. Doan's Ointment is recommended for itchinr. Tobacco Plants For Sale. " bleeding or protruding piles. 50c. at I have for sale a bed of tobacco plants, any drug store. lm ventured. "Oh," she sighed again, and hid her 103 feet long by twelve feet wide. faco on his shoulder. LOVELY HAIR Plants ready to set. "That wo get up and go home" Mike Pktebs, "Oh," she sighed again. The moon 404t Kichmond, Ky. " Paisian Sage Immediately was faHIngjrapIdly. 'In about four hours!" he ended Board and Lodging Banishes Dandruff, Stops triumphantly, bringing the other arm for five or six. Also two large rooms Scalp Itch and Makes the to bear. And the splash made by the with two small ones adjoining, porch moon was plainly .audible 40 miles Hair Radiant and Charming away. ' and cellar accommodations with tho above. Mrs. Claiu. Tiuylok, 39-t- f. 610 N. Second St. PARISIAN SAGE is not a dye it Saner Signs of Mourning. does not contain poisonous sugar of lead A great deal of discussion will probSend It In. or any other dangerous ingredient. ably be aroused In social circles by If you have a bit of news, send it in; It is a high grade scientific combina the announcement that tie young widOr a joke that will amuse, send it in; Hon that will put life, lustre and beauty ow of CoL John Jacob Asto'r will wear A story that is true, into any hair, the minute it is applied white for mourning, Instead of black. An Incident that's new, Scalp itch goes ovr night; dandruff It Is likely that In a few years the We want to hear from you. Send it inl system of modern mourning for disappears; hair stops falling and tho .whole . To The Climax. tho dead, as expressed in outward scalp becomes immaculately clean and ways, will be greatly modified. One Kinder Skittish. free from germs. great Influence In this modification A good old mammy of xnero s a aeiigiuiui treat coming to will be that of sanitary science, for days went into a shoe store and asked your scalp if you haven't tried PARIS- there is much la the present style of "a pair of ever'day shoes small for IAN SAGE. Girl with Auburn Hair on mourning, both as to living and to tens." The clerk selected a pair of Plaintiff every canon ana Dottle. garb, which Is distinctly detrimental men's heavy plow shoes for her and Moses Hisle, Executor 50 . . cents at to health and which calls r o. t more see seated nerseu to try taem on. Jessie vs. . . Hisle Defendant i erry s urug oioro ami dealers evory- - sensible ways of expreesia-- forsorrow The clerk remained standing in froat wnere. "Under and by virtue of a Judgment for the dead. Baltimore American. of her. She glanced up and asked: sale, rendered at the May "Hooey, Is you all gwine to staa' and order ofMadison Uircuit uourt, in term or tne dere while I triea 'em oh?" the above styled action, the undersigned Logical Raanlng. The clerk asswered: "Why, no, Master Commissioner of said Court, will Thetaaa. Smith, a little eat s!4e girl, on . auBtle; 1 11 move on if you wiak R." State Bank & Trust Co. ; Plaintiff baa kea-r- a great deal about the da-g- r Bne said: ' Please do, honey, 'eauee of contracting disease from hand-Ha- g vs. Friday, Fee white folks raised and I'm kWw 14, B. M. Stacseh's Ex'jis.&c. Defendants articles beloagiag to others. She skitUsh.'' Chlcaco Post. bee taught that she mut not on the premises on the College Hill and Under and by virtue of a judgment h Uoivard'8 Ureek Road, in Madison coun aim oruer oi sale rendered at tho Say uae tfc brushes aad coaaba of other ty, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m.. sell to the Term of the Madison Circuit Court, in members of the family. Much Lender. On one aeeaaloa t&e little tot waa Mrs. Xae (wRk Here's highest and best bidder at public auc- - the above styled action, tlio undersigned. Master Commissioner of said court, will fewad lBdaatrfottftly latiterlag ker faee aa iatereUa of tMafs a peaay Hion, a on with fatker'a shaving bmefc. Sfea will e. It te orly bait a column Tract of Load waa duly reprhBded )e tail that '. Saturday, Too 15th, 1912, she should knew better. Mr. Ee Humph! You outfit to Containing 87 "too acres, eeglaaing at "What will I catch, rnvrnmrn waie-a Utot e tbe tklaft a ftmy wsa't elm, corner to Harry Crawford and on the premises at 11 o'clock a. m sell Louis Dickson, aad bounded oa the west to the highest and best bidder at public kers?" iaqulret Tlielata rnrrtnurti. py lands or umiit Oickso), oa the south '.fi -' tho following described pro Let va give ?pn a bid oa year hease Dan Breck, fire, ligblafog, cyclone by lands of Aanie Broaddu. oa the east auction, perty; Chenault, and ob paistinf r otWe of inside. (My beet and live stock. tf by lwU of David Harry Crawford. the north by lands ef A A Spka&aT House and Lot material uaed.' Workmanship gaaraa Dr. Russell's Corn Reeiedy does tbe fulldeaeriptiea can be had by applying teed.. Raauw Dsamn, with all the aeeeesary outbuildings. 38-tt work. Wines' Drug Store. 307 Ewrt Mate street oa the mt illll pike- - in Kich saw jaoa will be said on a tMtd Ky.. f rooting oa said" pike 130 Mtd, ereditef six mooUi's thoa. or purchaser fmi aad Da't fwgrt W. W. Hr<i St Co., ruantar back him width. 27-"5ve your furniture put in aood omNt aa oaan M deaired. uwd oa time. ce- fcefew spring cfpaning. aak bands with- - approved meurity will feet aod baine the samebyproperty Vaa- - wi frnih you 'with food, brd br'mk H. D. Yi 4f-t- f &f per UMHkmBd; bs tafcaa twaitaf 6 par oaot. iaterest veya toby Ji. StaAaer deed from dvir ate until paid, with, lien davare. in Deed dated Nov. 1U ms. re 30-907 Eattlfaia ImL Mrded BcwicM.Page 145, Madi? wmUlfcttaon tod oorrwpoaiMt Our k sacura paywai of U pur-rUiadtoaay. uoun uierK's ewce. ill pi m romemW to yrwm w mm TERMS': to praid pcooartr will .ba aaM ids or the Tjurmm aavr, m it noscst on a credit of mx m chaa your wol and will pay tfe Um oomBMitar to ."mak out" vtaaa the purehsaar Imtiag required At tb same tine and jfeee I wlU sail t eaak pfiee for same. tf 8 hoy, om a rood ftuaJlr I aeeuta aaia mb4s. bearine a per eeafc. vrUto ea both ida of tho tetOTwt freai date When you jo traveling, be uw to feet eplt: 'W aheap; 11 mm, and a lot of with a lien retained of sale until paid, fitaMddtu k. Co. will furnish oa th property iwW hoaaefeokl aod kitchta rornUura, fann-- it good, bard brick at t por thounad, Se tfavilan ebctcs tram tfa Madia istrtoattita aai other ttioa toe until all the purchase raooay is paid. Xatiosal Back. Gcetitbe world' over. auaaMM loetMBttan. them boforo placiag ordor for any thin H. C. RICE, , M.C.M.C.a in this lift. M ante-bellum Sacks for wool furnished by Gott, the 43-t- J poultry man. The moon was falling on the lake. "Dearest," he murmured. She sighed happily. The moon was still falling. His arm trembled slightly about her waist "I was Just going to propose " he D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney &. Successor to Tate Son E. Main Street I will make it to your interest it you see me before buying Tbit "Peaches and Cream" Complexion. This time the subject is a new toilet cream, Buttermilk Cereate. If it were just "another cream," like nearly all the rest, we wouldn't say anything about it. This space is too expensive to be devoted to common things. But PENSLA.R Buttermilk Cerate is very ferent from all the rest. It contains about 30 cent pure, freshly churned dairy buttermilk. You say .that your grandmother's complexion of her girlhood days was the iresult of .daily Applications of some buttermilk compound made after" "her favorite recipe. PEN-SLA."Peaches-and-Cream" R Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Sale! June 1912 swpap) llt br aa se imas w become still, more effective. And it ia so skilfully compounded and delightfully perfued that it is a toilet luxury, aside from its value ia refreshing, cteansing, beautifyingj and BOurihiB the skis. It coiaea ia a liberal siaed, package 3'our, fifty oeota buysaoowfli to last a long wkile; smaller size in a ooUapaibie tube; 25 ceate. know that PENSLiVR f you ooee axaaaiite it, Batterwiik Get! will be your favorite, hereafters Buttermilk Cerate is based on one of these jrood old recipes, improved and modernized so tnat it has rl w lf tan; iia, inm ,..53&M92.ii.ac. The, Climax $1 a Year