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jyEN who realize the ad vantage of selecting a favored pattern and having their clothes tailored-to-individual order will be pleased with the results of having their measures sent to Ld. V. Price & Co. Lh!":.-i tailor in O.e world f GM made-to order clothes You'll get distinctiveness, quiet elegance and correct style at a price representing considerably less than most tailors have to charge. Let us have your measure today Ralston Shoes E. Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L Fincher, In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." TAKE ARDUI You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the wcraanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Cbartaaoota Medicine Co Chattanooga. Tana tor Special Instructions, and M-paac book, "Home Treatment for Women." test tree. J 00 Every day the papers contain accounts of those who have lost their money by hiding money is not SAFE unless it is conveniences in a bank account. straight, give you free advice, ty and insure PEACE OF MIND. Make OUR bank YOUR bank STATE. BANK TRUST CO. When You Build With RED CYPRESS THE EVER LASTING WOOD You Won't Be Bothered With Repairs SOLD ONLY BY TODD and TAYLOR LUMBER COMPANY Letcher Ave, South L. & N. Depot, Near Ice Factory Phone 100 uMimMtr Richmond, Ky V. ELDER Tk WomarVsTonic PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK it or by fire or burglary. Your in the bank.. There are many We keep your accounts relieve you of worry and anxie JID you ever stop to admire a smart, business-like man on the street? Like the looks of. his suit the way it fits the tailored appearance it gives him something dif ferent from the other fel low? That's the kind we can you in a suit made-to-individual-order by our fa mous Chicago tailors Ld.V Price & Co. If you will come in to day we will consider it a genuine pleasure to show you how you may have even better style & service than the average custom tailor can give, at a sub stancial saving in price Better Than Spanking Spanking will not cure children of wetting the bed, because it is not a habit but a dangerous di sease. The C. H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept. 2450, Chicago, Illinois, have discovered a strictly harm- less remedy for this distressing disease and to make known its merits they will send a 50c pack age securely wrapped and prepaid Absolutely Free to any reader of The Climax. This remedy also cures frequent desire to urinate and inability to control urine dur ing the night or day in old or young. The C. II. Rr van Drug Co. is an Old Reliable House, write to them today for the free medicine. Cure the afflicted mem bers of your family, then tell your neighbors and friends about this remedy. The College Lad. My boy's the pride of kin and kith, Be sure of that. In college he's connected with A lovely frat. His schoolmates of him must approve He is no dub. For he has been made leader of The banjo club. He likewise has a deal of brawn; That is no dream. He boxes and is also on The baseball team. Oh, he is bound to make his way; He's full of go. What class does he belong to' hey! " Wtiy, I don't know! We buy all kinds ofcountry produce, pay the highest market price. Give us a call. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf. His Prospects. "I fain would wed your daughter, sir," Said Count De Shyonrox; . The old man smiled a crafty smile He was a sly old fox And said: "vVhat are your prospects. Count?" The poor boob took the cue, And said "Why, really, now, old chap, I ve none at all but you." The Kentucky Slate Board of Health. in its recent reports, estimated there are in Kentucky 20.000 cases of tuberculosis. hy don t they use bmith sLumr Tonic? Price $7.00 per gallon. Listen to this statement: This statement I take ereat treasure in making: Dr. T. b. Smith cured mv sister, Mildred Richards, of consump tion 43 years ago, after being given up by physicians and after being thought dead once or twice. It was a marvelous cure. . P. Richards. Xicholasville. Philip Bainhard. New Philadelohia. Ohio, states: "1 had three specialists to treat mv wife; they told me she had tuberculosis or consumption and could not ret well. 1 had used numerous remedies before I sent for the specialists; finally as a last resort, I sent for a gallon of Smith's Lung Tonic. Klie is now well and has been since December 1911. Smith s Lung Tonic .is iust like Smith's Liniment. 40 year test has proven this liniment the best. Who doubts n? The man who has never tried it. Manufactured by T. B. Smith Medi cine Co., Lexington. Kv. in tne react) or everybody at 17.00 a gallon Advertisement. 23-tf A Peculiar Custom. In Japan, the land of Hovers, the rel atives and friends of a couple who are list married, hold funeral services at the home of the bride's parents the night she is married. This is for the purpose of showing that the young lady is dead lo her father and mother. Vote for R. B. Terrill for re-election to the office of County Court Clerk. He will appreciate an endorsement of his present administration. tf If you are going to need any Millet Cane Seed, field Peas or Beans we have full stock. ei-tf D. B. McKinnev. Pure groceries at reasonable prices. Lackey & Todd. 47 if t PiSESTKEI FIVE YEJMS Relieved by VinoL Strength and even life itaelf de pends upon the nourishment and proper assimilation of food, and unless digestion is good, the whole body suf fers. Mrs. L. D. Cook, Vlneland. N. J, gays: "I was eick five years with In digestion. My stomach seemed to have a heavy load in it, and at other times It seemed to be tied in knots. Nobody know how I suffered.. "I tried a great many doctors and a great many kinds of medicine, but nothing did any good until I took Vinol. It has helped me wonderfully. I am Improving fast, feel better and am getting my flesh back again. Ylnol has done me a world of good." We know the great power of Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, In curing chronic stomach trouble and building up all weakened, run-down persons, and that is why we guarantee to return your money If It does not help yon. B. L. Middellon, Druggist Richmond, Ky Railway Surgeons to Hold State Meeting The preliminary program of the Ken tucky State meeting of railway surgeons to be held at the Seelbach Hotel, Louis ville, May 14 and 15, follows: Wednesday, May 14. 10:00 a. m. Ses sion called to order by Dr. J M. Salmon, of Ashland. Reading of minutes of last meeting by the secretary, Dr. James B Kinnaird, of Lancaster. Report of com mittees. Miscellaneous business. Val edictory address by Dr. J. M. Salmon. Installation of new president, Dr. Char les Kearn, of Covington. 11:00 a. m. Address by the president, Dr. Kearns, of Covington. 11:20 a. m. Paper by Dr. J. V. Prew itt, of West Point, "Fracture of the Spine with Report of Case." Discussion, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Lancaster; Dr. Yan dall Roberts, Louisville; Dr. J. L. Phy thian, Newport. 11:40 a.m. Paper by Dr. J. Hunter Peak, Louisville, "Traumatic Misplace ment of Kidney." Discussion, Dr. R. C. McCord, Lebanon; Dr. C Thompson, Louisville; Dr. T. R. Griffin, Danville. 12:00 m. Paper by Dr. Bay less, of Louisville, "Xray Diagnosis ot Frac ture." Discussion, Dr. E. T. Bruce. Louisville; Dr, W, O bullock, Lexing ton; Dr. J. M. Salmon, Ashland. 2:00 p. m.. Paper by Dr. C. H. More- man, of Louisville, "The Relation of the Railway Surgeon and the Railway Attorney." Discussion, Dr. C. G. Daugh erty, Paris; Dr. C H. Vaught, Rich mond; Dr. Fred Sline, Newport; Dr. Kearns, Covington. 2:30 p. m. Paper by Dr. J. II. Park er, of Corbin, "Concussion of the Spine." Discussion, Dr. L. M. Scott, Jellico, Tenn.; Dr. D. C. Murrell, Paducah; Dr. John Scott, Lexington. 3:00 p.m. Paper by Dr.AugustSchach ner, of Louisville, "Kocher's Operation for Traumatic and Idiopathic Epilepsy." Discussion, Dr. W.'O. Bullock, Dr. Charles Daugherty, Dr. W, O. Roberts, Louisville. 3:40 p. m. Paper by Dr. Cuthbert Thompson, of Louisvil'e, "Treatment of Electric Accident." Discussion, Dr, A. S. Brady, Greenup; Dr. Ed, .Alcorn, Hustonville; Dr. R. L. Bird; Covington, 4:15 p. m. Paper by Dr. Oscar Bloch Louisville, "Fracture of the Skull.' Discussion, Dr. C. H. Jasper, Richmond Dr. William Cheatham, Louisville; Dr, II. P. Cartwright, Bowling Green. Paper by Dr. W. O. Roberts, "Iodine Its Uses as an 'Antiseptic." Discus sion, Dr. lames Kincheloe, Hardinsville Dr. J. II. Letcher, Henderson; Dr. D. II. McKinley, Winchester. Thursday, May 15. 9:00 a. m. Paper by J. W. Kennedy, Philadelphia, Pa., "The Surgical Treatment of Acute Ab dominal Lesions." Discussion, Dr. Louis Frank. Louisville; Dr. August Schach ner, Louisville; Dr. Oscar Bloch. Dr B. G. Murrell, Dr. J. M. Salmon, Dr. R. C McCord, Dr. C. A. Fish, Frankfort. Paper by Dr Clarence H. Vaught, Rich mond, "The Kentucky State Association Railway Surgeons; For what it Stands Its Future." Discussion, Dr. Cuthbert Thompson. Dr. J. li. Kinnaird, Dr. J. L. Phylhian, Dr. Yandall Roberts, Louis ville. Paper by Dr. Lee Bird, Covington, "Fracture of Long Bones." Discussion, Dr. Golden, Worlbville; Dr. O. A. Sisk, Earlington; Dr. Bloch, Louisville. Paper by Dr. R. G. Murrell, Paducah, "Use of Sandbags in Treatment of Com pound Fractures of Lower Extremities " Discussion, Dr. W. Young, Dayton; Dr. J. Len Yelton, Augusta; Dr. T. C. R, Slater, Earlington. Paper by Dr. Charles C. Daugherty, Paris, "First Aid to the Injured." Dis cussion. Dr. Fred Stine, Newport; Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lexington; Dr. S. R. Harover, Maysville; Dr. W. L. Heiser, New Haven, Paper by W. E. Senour, Belle vue, "The Tendency of the Times." Discussion, Dr. J. A Adkins, Williamsburg; Dr. Amy Livingston; Dr. J. C. .Sou lb, Frank- fart. Paper by Dr. William Cheatham, Lou isville, "The More Common Injuries to the Eye and Their Treatment." Dis cussion," Dr. A. O. Pfingst, Louisville; Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lexington; Dr. W. McAyers, Cincinnati, O. The association is to be entertained ith a smoker at the Seelbach and a vaudeville performance at Fontaine rerry. " The Right-of.Way Must be accorded to the automobile for business and pleasure. We have the ideal automobile for rent. If you will call on us when in need of a machine. we will tit you out and as reasonably as can be expected. Azbill's Livery Sta ble. - n i f -Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock. i Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury - as aMmry will nwlj dratror the etna ot im.n artwiw nbould be iu4 except on pnacrli 1ft 4L,,!" foW ,u u ema pi- L7., .neuey m :., Toledo, o, 2?i Ai!H.,,ammT- k uk ternall acting directly npoa the blood and mncou .uVl race, of the 7ttm. I burin Hall'a Catarrh aore rou set the cennloe. It la taken J?kHT"I JDd E,3 T-oo. Ohio, bj r J. Cheaer as Co. Teetunoalaia free. Bold by Drncglita. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Hall'a Family Filla (or cooatlpatioa. jkY One of our new pumps that is a wonder ful fitttr and a guaranteed wearer. It fits the arch. Also the price will tit your puree Many More New and Distinctly Original Models Good 5hoes and Haberdashery WOOL 1 We want your wool. Plenty of sacks for you. Don't sell until we see you or you see us A. L. Gott Richmond, Ky The Film Makers. - The train rushed swiftly onward over mountain wild and steep. Past cataracts and waterfalls and can yons wide and deep; And then there came an awful crash a bridge had tumbled in And the shouting ol a pilgrim could be heard above the din. The pilgrim stood upon the brink and - turned a crank machine, Nor ran to help the injured he must , regulate his screen; For the guy was taking pictures of the wreck, which you must know He was the traveling agent of a moving picture show. In far Arabia's sandy clime a caravan was stopped, A whispered word passed down the line and then the camels dropped. The men lay down in awful fright be hind the living fort; The while the sandsloorm froliced like a giant bent on sport. And while the travelers groveled there, prepared to meet their doom, A Johnnie with a camera stood up amid the gloom And turned the crank industriously to to catch the sandy snow He was the traveling agent for a mov ing picture show. From pole to pole, from clime to clime, in chilly or in warm. In Africa's wilds in city streets, in sun shine or in storm. Up in the air, beneath the sea, on moun tain or in vale. Alone on foot, on special train, on road or Indian trail. Where'er there's life or death or woe, or maybe some of each,. Believe us, Steve, the picture man is al ways within reach. tie s tnere in lorty-seven wavs. do matter where you go, Don't pay hard cash to see the world lake in a picture show. Fire and tornado insurance. See Bur Barn's Insurance Agency. 14' Application For Pardon. Notice is hereby given that I will at the next meeting of the State Prison Commission, Tuesday, June 3d. 1013. make application for the pardon of Wil lie Isaacs, convicted of house-breakinir some it montnsago. vv. s. Isaacs, Kichmond, Ky. May a, rju. 04-41 For House Painting Call H. M. Thurman, Phone 277. He is an experienced painter and thorough' ly reliable in every way. Reference- any one for whom he has ever done any work. 45 tf A Fine Turn Out and a pleasant companion is an enjoy ment which has no equal on a pleasant day and in a fine country like this. Nature will provide the day and We Have the Turn-Out which we will furnish to yoQ at a very reasonable tsost. Rigs of all kinds and for all occasions may be found here. . J. R. Azbill's LIVERY STABLE Phone 99 Richmond. K Spring Beauties Here! The new original, up-to-now styles in fine shoes for "Shoe Particular" women, are ready to show. We hope to see you in this store very soon. A look at the dis play will convince you that we have the shoes you need This is going to be a big favorite, heel model for street wear COME AND LOOK! J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building Richmond, Ky GREF.NLEAF & HERRIGT0 Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmon3 new Building on Second Street opp. Court House - Attobhi Y at-La , -UCHMONP, - KENTUCKY, jffice over State Bank A Trust Co., op posite Court House, on Main Street. 4arryM Bfentan, DENTIST avOfflce ib Bannjti Ba; a in;, uanly IbLPaONE 1M Dr. Robt. C Boggs Dentist Telephon j 511 Office in Oldham Building Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Oldham Bldg. Richmond, Ky JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. services treasonable. PHONE. 83, or 481. R. Emmett Million Bnccesaor to Burgin A Deony DENTIST OVER LANE'S JEWELRY STORE I. R. Pennington Dentist. Office next door to Government builJ ng Richmond, Ky. Dr. J. W. Scudder Physician and Surgeon 136 Second Street, Opposite Jail Office Phone 131 Ume Phone GO D. II. Freeman WRITES Automobile Insurance H. C JAMES Will buv or sellvour housp farm town lots or any thine else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be nromDtlv and carefully attended to. See him if his services are need ed. We represent iron bound Insurance Companies re member this. CALL ON VY.T. MANSFIELD KO FOR THE BEbT Blacksmith Work in town aud the Quickest. I will iruar. c? antee you the Best Horseshoeing in Town If your horse has sore feet bring him to me and I will give him ease. Prices rea sonable. We can Paint and Rubber Tim your buggies and repair them with una tops, wheels and shafts. We make the Best Wagon Frames and Beds in town for the money. We reDair Bin ders, Mowers and all kinds of farm tools and guarantee satisfaction. Call on us for prices . W. L Mansfield fi Co. ,asi Main Street, Near L. fc N Oepot Richmond, Ky Low Individuality Horses of the Time. Within the reach of all. The blood that wins the races. The blood that wins in the show ring The blood that brings the money. Thistle Doune or :i:KS 1-4, a lare Grand Circuit winner of l'Jl-. Son of Jay Mcgresror -Ms 3-1, who recently sold for lj,000 Tor export to Uuss a. and who sired Eal.ly McCireiror 2:Cm; '1 4, who sold at auction February 4th, in New York City 1G.0KJ for export to Austria. His dam is Baroness Sibyl 2.2o 3 4, adauh ter of Baron Wi!kes. Chimewood 2:19! trollm Hishwood 2:21 1-2 and Chime of dams are in great brood mare list. I'ric'e Sam's Commission of four from different states passed on this horse. Mr. KummeU. chief of animal hus bandry of the United States, offered his limit. !.0UO cash, for Chimewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as nell as other otfers have been refused. S25 for Each Horse, Payable When You Get Living Colt This is the time to patronize these horsos. For 1913 terms and full information and the p'ace address, 7as. Granville Cecil, Melrose Farm Farm 3 1-2 miles from Danville on Hanville and HarrrHlsburir turnpike Local and Long Distance Phone 123 DANVILLE. KY You CAMT - tools in our STORE ONLY the: best WE CAN'T BE ON THE LEVEL AND SELL POOR TOOLS BE ON THE LEVEL WITH YfUR.iiri.r vnir f av. FORD TO BUY POOR TOOLS. OUR POLICY HAS ALWAYS BEEN. Tltr rfst ic run i EST IN THE END. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS WIT w avt voitd rnw i DENCE AND WE WANT YOUR inc. mjuake, DEAL IS OUR KIND Or A DEAL. DOUGLAS & SIMMONS Second Street it--,-? Nothing more useful on a farm than a good wagon and "The Weber" is the best made. Come in and let. us tell you of the advan tages of the International Gasoline Engine Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company -. "(- I'll '11 t:-i . W t? "5 It; 1''" Plujibj hi I J) (Jy j'-K Irl. I Here is the Newest and Most Handsome thing you will see anywhere It's the "Bear Cat" and is sure to please you Impossible To Tell You All About All The New Styles Corner Second and Main Training Speed 2:091 Winning race record on tirand Circuit 1912. Full brother of Utah Metirfir- rreat many people consider umewood the handsomest illinir KlAitmn livinv- tn nf liells bv Mambnno Kimr. II is first live BVY POOR, GOOD W ILL COME TO SEE C S Telephone .0 "Vs.