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Laura Savyef in "A Daughter of the Hills" Famous Player Feature 'The Husband's Experiment Bicraph Drama 'The Honorable Algernon' Yitaeraph Comedy 'Before The Last Leaves' Lubin Drama COMI.NQ TUESDAY "The Ulreck The most talked of picture of the tV DON'T MISS IT Open 2 to 5 and 7 to (0 Admission Always 10c TODAY BARGAIN DAY r j ' You Cannot Stick Too Hard to the proposition that buying from a mail or der catalog is risky business. You may come out all right, and you may not. The safest thing is to come here when you want Dry Goods We can certainly match we can and do beat mail order qualities out of their boots 0 WEN McKEE The Richmond Climax. Published Iter Wednesday THECLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) 4. 0 Mi'.kr. Pits W. G. Sec. & lrr. A U II . i. w r. l:i!C Wtintr i ttHTLOY PRESS ASSOCIATE rd EIGHTH DISTRICT PtBLISt'ERS LEAGl'L PRICE J1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE - .. .. . MARCH :!., 1911 Tin. 'iiiciiiuat i Enquirer's Kentucky jv.'iticnl correspondent says: A c!"se frifii l (1 Representative .1. fampbeli 'antri'd, of Georgetown, said lHt week: You will hud thai Cantrill will back to Coiiii ress from the Sev- n;li district and. if I am not badly mis taken, you will lindhim in the race next vtur Jr liie Democratic nomination for ; a.-rnor. He ha been threatened with ic-al orracement by the suirrarettes, t'iii that, you will find, will not deter lim !roii) carrying out his plans " 1 1 .Jim Si ears is turned down for the N lchoiasvilie postotlice, it will be the i:isi fraw on the newspaper fraternity camel's back. The Kentucky editors have done more hard work boosting up politician than 'lie politicians havedone fur themselves. Yot, ery few editor are ever, thanked. The time has arriv ed i" (iiit boosting practical politicians and let the sons of-jruns hustle for them selves Danville Messenser. It was argued two years ago that the reason nothing could be expected of a Kentucky Legislature was that they were paid only 3 a day. On that ground i he pay was increased to 10 per day. If the ten dollar-a day men have shown any improvement over the live-dollar men, ii would take a nrcroscope to find it. Danville Advocate. Tnic passage of the bill giving power to 21 per cent, of the voters in an entire connty right lo petition and secure a vote on prohibition, will virtually mean the complete elimination of saloons in Kent ucky. I'nder this law Jetferson and one or two other counties will alone re main in the wet column. Gov. MrCiiEAKV told U0( business meni of Louisville, who appealed to him in Person at Frankfort, that he would not call an extra session to repeal the Greene Glenn insurance law amendment. lie declared he had polled the Legislature and not a man had been willing to change his vote. Whittled to Death. The maple tree that for many years furnished tine shade during summer at Kelly's corner, was removed last week, it having died, being a victim of the loafers' knife. It made a hard struggle for existence, but a too frequent appli cation of steel proved fatal. Rurlingion Recorder. merchants: During this, the big consuming season, we carry ample stocks of CALIFORNIA PINK "FALL" BEANS, ' NAVY BEANS and other varieties. Our prices are attractive as Wholesale Grocers KELLOGG 6 & Notions mail order prices and Recital. There will be an interpretative recital of Lohengrin ly Miss Jeanie llarron Hurst, of the Normal Faculty, at the Methodist church, next Friday, March .'7, at i o'clock p m. It will be given tinder the auspices of the Epworth League and promises to be something unusual in the way of an entertainment. An ad ii issiitti of "J.V w ill be charged ftr adults, and 1 o for children. Following is the program: Lohengrin Select ion . ... Susa's Land Prelude to Dram. ..La Scala Orchestra SYNOPSIS AMI Ml ! I N T 10 tl (1 Kl. Act 1 The Mystic Champion Elsa's Dream Johanna Gadski The Swan Sonjr. Fernandode Lucia The King's Pryer. .Marcel Joumel Act H- The Wedding Day Wedding March Pryor's Rand Act III The Fatal Question I'.ridal Chorus, Faithful and True .Victor iera Chorus Ixhengrin's -Narrative Jadlowker Lohengrin Richard Wagner (.Translated by Oliver Huckle) MIAKACTEU Henry I, King of Germany Elsa, Princess of Rrabant Frederick of Telramund. Count of lirabant Orirude. Wife of Telramund The King's Herald, Knigrhts, Nobles. Pages, Yoemany Place - Brabant, Ancient Duchy in the Netherlands Period Tenth Century lirafanola used by permission of Koscoe Gil more Stott Change at Rcihmond Drug Store. Dr. E. H. Ellis, who for several .years has been manager of the Richmond Drug Co.'s store, has resigned his posi tion and gone to Augusta, Ky , to en gage in business on his own account. Dr Ellis is of a bright and happy dispo sition and made friends of all with whom he came in contact while in this city. We bespeak for him the success he is sure to attain. Dr. J. M. Parke, of Madisonville, has succeeded Dr. Kilis at the Richmond Drugstore. Dr. Parke comes highly recommended both as a gentleman and a pharmacist. Mr. Mayo Much Improved. National Committeeman John C. C. Mayo, is on the road to recovery. For three weeks the Kentucky capitalist has hovered between life and death at the Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati, a sufferer from Iiright's disease. Every means known to medical science was invoked in the fight against the disease, with the result that Monday his physicians at the hospital assured Mr. Mayo's rela tives that the most serious stage had been passed and that they could now feel sure of his rapid recovery. He took solid food Monday for the lirst time in three weeks. Nothing has ever been placed on the market quite like Butter-Wheat ' It BEANS, " we are buyers of car lots. Co., (Inc.) PERSONALS. Mrs. T. J. Taylor is at home from a visit to Cincinnati. Hon. L. 11. Herringtott was in injrton. Saturday. Lex Mrs. l.D. Chenault, Sr is sojourning at Dry Ridgu Springs. Mr. Curtis Adams spent Sunday ,ith relatives in Winchester. Mr. Mai Shearer was in Cincinnati last week on business. Mr. I '.an ley Cook left Sunday after noon for Denver, Colorado. Judge Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, was a visitor here last w eek. Hon. Tevis Wilkerson, of Lexington, was here on business this week. Miss Madge liurnarn and Miss Ruth Rollins spent Monday in Lexington. Mrs. Ernest Ills and children, of Real ty ville, were visitors here last week. Mrs. II. Ii. Hanger and daughter re turned, from a short stay in the South, Monday. Miss Jessie Rice, of ihe county, spent last week with her sister. Miss Alma Rice. Mrs. Henry Raiigh, of Nashville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. II. Myers. Mrs Thomas J. Smith, of Frankfort, is the guest of her nuttier, Mrs. James Rennctt. Miss Jane D. Stockton entertained Friday in honor of Miss Martha Lurke, of Illinois. Miss Mary Watts Knight, of Texas, will arrive this week tovisil Miss Emma Watts. Mr. Ballard II. Luxon has been con liaed to his home with a severe attack of rheumatism. Miss Margaret Noiand, of Lancaster, sient the week-end with her parents in this county. Mrs. William Clark, of this county, has been visiting Mrs..! E. Biack in Winchester. Mrs. Webster, of Cincinnati, is visit ing her daughter, Mm. Calvin Taylor, on Broadway. Miss Lillian Nash, of Lexington, vis ited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nash. Sunday. Mr. T. 15. Collins and Miss Frances Wagers are conducting a class in danc ing ai Masonic Temple. Mrs. James W. Smith has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Van Winkle, in Louisville. Mrs Nannie McDaniel, of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Marischeu, of this city. Miss Margaretta Smith was the week end guest of her sister. Miss Mary Barret Smith, at Sharpsbur. Mr A. Freytag has returned from Con cord. Tenn , w here he has been on busi ness for several weeks. Miss May James and Miss Stella Ilen dren spent ihe week-end with the lai ler's parents near Lancaster. Mr. William Moynahan has been in Nicholasville visitiog his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Eugene Moynahan. Mr. William Collins had as his guest for the week-end, Mr. William Staton, or State University, Iexington. Mr. John F. Wagers remains very ill at his home on West Main street, much to the regret of his many friends. Judge E. C. Million has purchased from Roy Montgomery, the Buick agent, a beautiful new five passenger car. The many friends of Mrs. II. L. Perry are sorry to know that she continues very ill at'her home in Rumamwood. Mrs. W. R. Shackelford is expecting, at an early date, a viisit from her sister, Mrs. Cyril Goodman, of Cairo, Egypt. Mrs H. G, Nunnelly has joined her husband in Richmond, where they will reside in the future." Mt. Sterling Ad vocate. Miss Sara Cuisenberry entertained Fri day evening in honor of her week-end guest. Miss Eleanor Drake, of Lexing ton. Mrs. E. B. Barnes visited Dr. Barnes in Versailles last week. Dr. Barnes is conducting a very successful meeting at that place. Misses Marianne Collins -and Julia White left monday for Hazard, where they will conduct a three weeks class" in dancing. Mrs. Everett Witt and son, Neville, have returned from Florida. They spent the winter at Tampa, St. Petersburg and other points. Mr. Wallace Agee, who has been af flicted with rheumatism for several weeks, left Sunday for Mt. Jackson San itarium, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lorisch are in Louisville tins week visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Kuhns, and attending the State Bottler's Convention. Dr.-C. II. Vaughtr Ii. B. Weisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. James Neat and Harvey Chenault were visitors from Richmond, Saturday. Lexington Leader. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley, Mrs. W. L. Arnold, Mrs. George Simmons Mrsv Joe Chenault and Miss Margaret Coving, ion, spent Thursday in Lexington. Mrs. Warfield Bennett entertained at bridge Saturday evening in honor of Miss Rollins, of Columbia, Mo., the at tractive guest of Judge and Mrs. A. R. Burnam. Col. V. P. Walton, late of this oflice but now of Orlando, Fla., had the mis fortune to have his home badjy dam aged by fire, which started from a de fective flue. Mrs. Mary Duncan and Mrs. B. K. Duncan were called to Frankfort the first of the weeK by the serious illness of the little slaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shearer. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes aud family have moved from the Parks board in?! house and are now located al the home of Mrs. Dykes' mother, Mrs. Margaret Lackey, on Water street. Mrs. William Mellon, of College Hill, is at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Lex ington, w here she underwent an opera tion two weeks ago. She is improving and hopes to be home soon. Miss Jamie Caperton was hostess of a Tea Dansant at Masonic Temple, Sat- urday afternoon, from 3 to ( o'clock, to j urday night, March IS. Everybody cor meet Miss Rollins, the guest of Miss dially invited. Madge Burnam, and Miss Burke, the j Mrs Thursey Bishop has returned guest of Miss Jane Stockton. j home sfler a visil of scveral weeks with Mr Jesse Dykes visited his father ! relal ives at Edenton. and sister, Mrs. C. M. Brown, at Pari--, Misi .;5tile prewitt js visiting her last week, and also attended the mar-' Mrs HorK, aker a, Hichmoml. riHije oi ins iiticc, m is jijius iiaic, u j Mr. R. II. Funk, a prominent young business man of Lexington. M iss Lena Sharp, the attractive daugh ter of Mr. and and Mrs. I. N. Sharp, of Union City, and Mr. Alfred Lanier, son j of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Lanter, of Doyles- 1 ville, will be married at the home of the ' bride's parents at Union City, Thursday I afternoon March 25. Last Wednesday being Miss Lee Pra- i ther'i birthday, her many friends and ' old associates sent her a postcard shower. 1 Miss Prat her holds a responsible position ' as oookKeeper in one oi uic Lexington banks and makes her home with her brother, Mr. Irvine Prather and Mrs. Prather, on Third street. Mrs. J. Jt. White is visiting relatives in Madison county Mr, Ed Blanlon, a prominent lumber dealer of Richmond. was here Tuesdav Editor John W. Walker made a flying trip to Richmond last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rice, of Richmond, are visiting Irvine relatives.. ..Mrs. J.C. Oldham, nee Wil liams, is visiting relatives in this city. -.Estill Tribune. next meeting Club will be In Music Circles: The of the Sherwood Music with Miss Elizabeth Turley. Saturday afternoon, March 2S ...The next meet- ing of the Mary Pattie Music Club will j be April I, at the home of Miss Elizabeth ' Wagers Miss Jeanie Barron Hurst! will present "Lohengrin" at the Metho- ; dist Church. Friday. March 27, at S p, : in. Admission mloc. J M. S. J. McGaughey entertained a m.mher of friends wi-.h an Alhamhra party or. Monday afternoon t ) see the feature picture, "Tne Lion and The Mouse." The parly was in honor of Mrs. Julian Tyng and Miss Martha Burke. Besides the guests of honor were: Misses Mary D. Pickels, Jamie Caperton, Sara (Juisenbcrry, Katherire White, Tommie Cole Covington and Jane D. Stockton. The spelling match between Mr. R. E. Turley's Sunday school class and the Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church on Thursday evening in the as sembly room of the church, resulted in a tie. Prof. J. B Harris was "teacher and referee," and when the last five of the spellers sat down on the one word, Prof. Harris pronounced ihe match a tie much to the gratification of the lidies. Mr. Joe Boggs, of Richmond, was in Lancaster last week, a witness in the Paint Lick damage case against the L. & N. R. R The venerable C. K. Mar shall, of Richmond, will fill the pulpit at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening. Elder C.K. Mar shall was the pastor pf the Lancaster membership years ago and is ery ap preciated remembered by the older communicants. Lancaster Record. The last number on the Redpath Mu sic Course at the Normal Chapel, was the recital of Mi&s Frances Ingram on Wednesday evening. Miss Ingram's rich contralto voice in many beautiful selec tions, delighted the large audience. The program was made up of groups of Ger man, French, English and American songs, each of which were sung with unusual grace and charm, and the per formance was one of the most enjoyable heard in Richmond this winter. Special Prices on Ladies' Skirts this week at B. E. Belue & Co's. 32-It At Methodist Church Sunday. Subjects for sermon at the Methodist church Sunday, 20th inst. are as follows: Morning service, 10: 13 "The Search ing Question, or the Probing of Exist ing Conditions." Texl: "Would'stthou be Whole?" John 5 6. This sermon follows closely the one of last Sunday morning. Evening service, 7:30 "The Fourfold Picture of Jesus Christ." Texts: Ezek. 1-10; Rev. 4-7. A cordial welcome; good music A brief but intense hour of worship. 'Come thou with us we will do thee good!" R. C. Horton, Pastor. Flames Destroyed Sermons., The burning of the Presbyterian par sonage at Harrodsburg. last Thursday, occasioned a great loss lo Rev. J. G. Hunter, the pastor, emeritus, who upon leaving the parsonage left his household rbelongings and library. The most Irrep arable loss to both the pastors. Drs. Mc Leod and Hunter, was the destruction of their sermons in manuscript, as forty years of sermons by Dr. Hunter and all of Dr. McLeods's were consumed.' ROUND HILL Mr. Clay Ross ;has purchased a new automobile. .Miss Alberta Moberly, of Cottonburg, spent Saturday aud Sunday with her cousin. Miss Elsie Whittaker. Mr. John Turner has purchased a new P,a3"er IKtno- Miss Cylvia tirimes. Cardie and Mary Shearer and Mr. Carter Blakeman spent Wednesday night with Miss Ruth Eon;,'. Miss Anna B. Scrivner, of Cottonburg, has returned to her home from Midway on account of sickness. r Mr. Elijah Simpson has been on the i sick list for the past week, j There will be a pie supper and fish pond at the Kirksvslle High School, Sat Miss Eilabelle Land entertained a few : friends at tier home Monday night with ; a masquerade party, i We have a new telephone operator at Kirksville now. Miss Nancv long. RED HOUSE- This community was shocked to hear of the death of ' Uncle Dan" Williams the past week. Few knew that he was ill. He was buried in Ihe Williams burying-ground, on the Harvey Cobb place. We are glad to see our neighbor. Mr. John Christopher, out, after a siege of smallpox. Mr. Christopher has been very considerate of the public welfare, staying strictly in his home during his illness. Mr. and Mrs. George Nolaud spent the day in Richmond Saturday. Mrs. Robert Griggs and Miss Elizabeth Marshall were in Richmond Saturday, shopping. Our friend, Horace Do.ier, spent Sat urday afternoon in the city. Business is too rushing for hm lo take more than a half holiday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. I'ozier were in , Richmond Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Wells, who has been quite ill. is reported some better, Preaching at the Baptist church on Sunday last. Mr. Shelby J'.iggerstatT seems to be very fond of Richmond, as he spends his Sundays there. Farmers are behind with their tobac- co bctls iUld are "oin? earl' anU ,ate and wish,nS lhat n,'-ht S0"n Pen ' UP properly. ' All" T nTrtvitf I 'riKK nAn t i n line r i m prove. He has been out during the past week. PAINT LICK. Grant Kirby, who was injured by the falling of a tree, died a few days ago and leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. Charlie Todd, one of our worthy farm ers, was driving down the Lowell hill and his harness broke, causing the horse to run away. He and two of his children were thrown from the buggy, breaking his leg and badly bruising the children. At this time all are gelling along as well as could be expected. Will Todd, of Berea, who is the boss hog raiser of Madison county, sold :500 head to Wilson Brandenburg ai $H.'2r per hundred. E L. Hetrick fc Son have bought tho stock ' of merchandise of Fish & Ham mack. ' The consolidated school at this place was closed for two weeks on account of scarlet 'fever. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Wallace have the sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their daughter, Fannie. It was very sad and painful to them, as none of their neighbors and very few relatives could assist and comfort them in that dark hour. Misses Mary and Alma Lear have re turned from Frankfort. Qpi5icfe3 Hub Bounds of Sibl Iron Welded with Electriciiy and pressed on by riyflraulia Pressure (Tongr) Oak HubsL MoHe&tfc Long Sleeve 3Xein NonBreakable-r Light Running'' Blah Grade : Hickorv- ruirirajjiiiiii mt. hr li A ' if Copyrighted B. STERN sew yokk a 1QU by & SON CHICAGO RICE and ARNOLD THE ONE PRICE HOUSE BLRLA. Mr. W. A. Hammonds, city attorney of this place, died at his home at IK putanta, last Wednesday, after a shoii illness of pneumonia. Mr Hammonds was a membt suif the Christain church and a prominent Mason. The Masons had charge of the funerel and tha re mains were laid to rest beside those of his wife and four children in Scatfold Car.e Cemetery. Deceased was a splen did gentlemen and leaves a large circle of friends who deeply deplore his death. Mr. and Mrs. Gum Jackson are the proud parents of a fine son born on Sat urday, and christened Joe Burnam. Mr. J. W. Stephens has purchased an automobile. , Mrs. E. M. Spence left Friday fur ;.n extended visit with her d lugliter, Mrs. II. C Brewer, at Richmond. Mr. J. E Dalton has sold his house and lot to Berea College for "!, H). Mrs. Leonard Spence spent a few days last week with her father, Mr. J. A. Adams, at Hickory Plains. Beckham at Winchester. Hon. J. C. W. Beckham delivered an address at Winchester on Monday after noon to a large crowd, mar.y ladies be ing resent. He wis inuodueed in an eloquent speech by Hon R. D. Hunter, former Representative from Clark coun ty. Mr. Beckham made a calm and dignified speech, having nothing bitter in its tone, though some'of his thrusts at Mr. Stanley aroused liberal applause. It is said that he is expected to address the people of Madison some time during the campaign "Vital Things. "Do you think this baseball war is likely lobe serious.'" "I didn't know there was a baseball "For heaven's sake, man, don't you take any interest in affairs that are' so vital to the nation?" "Oh, yes, I've been watching the prog ress of the Currency Bill and I'm very glad they've passed it." "When did that happen?" Chicago Record-Herald. j We have the Agency for j Wright & Ditson's i Athletic Goods See Display in our I Windows i Stockton's Priig Store Adjusf&ble Drake Lever set eiary Angle " ', - y Sa 1 ; . v v. - r ar M Villi m lil I I: 11 I : I I Mi Lf WTVi I 3, j. . J Richmond neating 6 Plum. Special Clothing Opening How About Your Easter Suit? - March 27th and 2Mh A Special Representative of I -;-ac Hamburger & Sons will be with Get Your Spring Suit made and fitted by Tailors who ki: . v. Don't forget -Friday and Satuni March 27 and 28 as-.-? mm. Dr.5can!on To Have A-: The ( dicers of te Fir-! V church of tiiis city, :... Pardo, of No'lh ':.r..!i;.:l. ,, miiiisn-r f..,- t!:a c.:i.Te.-;t-service om li-i ..,..' iv ni , has h-tr: received from i-in, acvtp il.o c-iii and as' -lies :.;.. :t May 1. Mr. i'.irtio is a you:g n. . ability as a preacher a:id is plial.ed musician: In wi.i l.-; . ' tCil I oi the ir.'.isic in the junJ.iv will ris-ist wi h the church r; will a'' c-'ii'iucl sc-mo inr sio;i w-rk in the western far' under Uie a.isr ,ces of the F; -terian ci.ur-h. This church fcrt'inti'e in gettii.ga r,. gilis to assist Dr. Scanlon in d.iHy aggressive work his ch ing i;i il.tj city, ami it is . i Ley get ii.to their modern u , pli:.!, with i:s amr.le fa'i.i' least .1 'J puj i!s will be ei.' and 1.1 their miss: ,n schov's is a spc!:it in Sunday si ho a voung n.:.:. of en' huLHsri' ; ah; i .for orga;. IV -.i.t lha !'.: He is an .- 1 tt.-jl: his the Me: ie "0. i i x Lxaminin Young It is 1 old of ihe late Judge Tappan, of O.iio, lhat wi,.;:i :, to the judges of the Su: r.-:ne 1 admission lo the bar of was asked the following which he gave the a; : "Mr. Tappan, what : i v Answer "An unjust il.s ri lice.". "Mr. Tappan, what is e j-. Answer "A d d i:iirv: common sense." No other quest ion was asUe was given a certitica:eof adm: Old Papers tor 5a!e J. This Office 1 ,1 Bolster Stakes Hickory- Iron fReiriforcecf Bolsters Yflati Iron bands tcp&botton: n veied i bra and t nru MllfAW Front' HacD A Plate braces front .jjL-ge&r Afld keeps in line. Tra.cK rognt -Light Draft OaK felloes riveted eachj ide of gfogke I . ,iii;.:;,,ffr Co. mm i U 0 ... ?';! i '..! I.il - II ! M j H : U : )! , h; . i v.