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iction This Paper is in Twd Sections, i pages eack 'News and advertising aie equally distributed between tke two. See that you get botk Sections NDGLI lh YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1914 NUMBER 34 nnT YTT7 1 II II Iri, AT THE l TOP in HONEST DEALING DTD IT. WE ARE PROUD OF OUR. .SUCCESS Thc Top or The: Ladder MEANS SUCCESS. -SOMC PEOPLE ARE TOOLTSH ENOUGH TbTH INK 7rWT SUCCESS 15 AN ACCIDENT. WE GoT OURS BYGIVING GOOD HONEST VAUJES FOR. YOUR MONET l ARE CONDUCTING A SUCCESSFUL bJSHESS ID WE KNOW WHY. WE ARE ON THE Jo&. 4iEN WE &UY, WE BUY THE 600D.S OUR CUJ )MERJ WANT. WHEN WE JELL, WE CHARGE IE PRICE OUR CUJTOMERJ WANT. WE TRY IK hST TO BE PREPARED' FOR ANY NEED OUR PATRON J. THAT'T WHY WE ARE CCEJJFUL. WE ARE RUNNING OUR &U-5I-ISSi IT S NOT RUNNING IT-SELF. WE ARE toUD OF OUR BU-5INEJJ AND OUR PATRON J John R. Gibson & Co C. Marshall S R. Griffith T. L. Green Central Music Studio 110 THIRD STREET SCHLEGEL BUILDING Practical Instruction on Violin, Piano and all Band and i Orchestral Instruments by Term or Lesson lONE 561 30 tit P. O. BOX 157 We have the Agency for Wright & Ditson's Athletic floods 5ee Display in our Windows Stockton's Drug Store j COMING TO LEXINGTON OPERA BOUSE ' Easter Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday APRIL 13, 14, 15 - j With Wednesday Matinee The Greatest Stage Spectacle or All Times. The Third of the Liebler Company. Three One Hundred Thousand Dollar Productions from the Century Theatre. New York. Original Cast and Production. . ! JOSEPH MD HIS BRETHREN A ROMANCE OF ISRAEL V LOUIS X. PARKER. Author of "Disraeli." "Pomander Walk." Etc kmbinine with its own Unparalleled Spectacular Grandeur and Tremen oys Dramatic Strength, the Scenic Splendor of "The Garden of Allah" nd the Costume Magnificence of "The Daughter pf Heaven." uperbly Brilliant Cast Headed by Lyn Harding, Brandon Tynan and auline Frederick. Orchestra of 20. 250 People in Company. 12 Scenes r Exceeding Beauty. Herds of Camels, Oxen. Asses, Horses, Doukeys 5d Sheep. - Mail orders w ith remittances and self-addressed stamped return en liope, will be received and Tilled beginning March 30. Address Treasur. r, Lexington Opera House. Regular Advance Box Office Sale Thursday, jril Djh. . RICE5Evenings and Wednesday Matinee, 50c to $2 i v 1RLIEWEIIE-K0CN The Cvkf Herlilist OftlCINATCK Or 1-Ca-UI 4 SCIEICE SSK 1 11 rsrs r UB1 GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Ex clusive Formula A Recipes of Charlie White Moon, The Cow-"boy Herbalist, for the treatment of human, ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. COH-CEL-SAB, the Great Body-Tonic SCIENCE ECPE, for the Hu man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Mrs. CHARLIE UUITE-r.'OOi 3731 West Crc2d'.v2y How I Detect the Alum Bakkg; Powder "Which are the alum baking powcen; how can I avoid them unless they arc named asks a housekeeper. : Here is one way: take the can of a low price d powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back labeL Thc law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul phate of aluminum, you have found an alum caking ponder, ' There is another and a better way. Yea don't have to know the names of. the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. "JOSEPHiSDJISBRETHREH" At The Lexington Opera House. By far the biggest thing which comes to Lexington will be the spendid pageant drama, "Joseph and His Brethren" at the Lexington Opera House for three nights, April 13, 14 and 15. with mati nee Wednesday 15th. This marvelous production is the third and greatest of the colossal Liebler Com pany's spectacles from tl.e Century The atre, New York, the companion play to "The Garden of All.h" and "The Daughter of Heaven." "Joseph and His Brethren" is univer sally conceded to be the most magnifi cent theatrical show given in America. In London it is now being done by an English company headed by Sir Beer bohm Tree and Miss Maxine Elliott, but next week Lexington gets the original New York production with its world of scenery and effects and the same superb cast of principals which played ' the piece mere all last winter, i. here are four acts, eleven massive scenes, and a small army of two-hundred and fifty people concerned in the play. Brandon Tynan plays Jacob; that splendid stage veteran, James O'Neiir, Joseph: and the most beautiful woman ou the American stage, Pauline Frederick, the rule of Potiphar's wife. Other notable acton in the cast are W. T. Carleton, Henry Harmon, Charles D. Herman. Rosina Henley, dramatist E. E. Rose's clever daughter, Ruth Rose, and five score more of the favorites who delighted New York audiences for six months. The story is told in the sonorious class ical English of the Bible itself. The author is Louis N. Parker, the most fa mous playwright of the present day, who has given the contemporary stage John Drew's "Rosemary," George Arliss "Dis raeli," "Pomander Walk," "Drake," etc The scenery is beyond all descrip tion. So massive, beautiful and intn cate is it that a force of one hundred men are necessary for its handling. There are herds of camels, oxen, asses, goats, horses and sheep. There is a ballet corps of twenty-four dancers in the wonderful palace scene in Pharoah's court. In a word. "Joseph and His Brethren" is the last word in stagecraft and spectacular drama. During its en gagement here the evening performance will begin at 8 o'clock sharp, and the matinees at 2 p. m. Seats may be or dered by mail if remittance is enclosed, together with a self-addressed stamped envelope. Prices 50c, 75c, $1 00, $1 50 and $2.00. Cn.vs. Scotl, Manager. To have a fine healthy complexion the liver must be active, the bowels reg ular ana tne oiooa pure. All this is brought about by using HERBINE. It ihotoughly scours the liver, stomach and bowels, putythe body in fine condition and restores that clear, pink and white complexion so much desired by ladies. Price 50c. Sold by Wines Druz Si.ore. For Attention, Subscribers! Most readers of newspapers and many publishers are not familiar with the laws governing subscriptions. Here are the decisions of the United States court on the subject. They will bo interesting to publishers and many will undoubtedly be glad of the opportunity to print them for the benefit of delinquent snbscribers: 'Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to renew their subscriptions. "If the subscribers order a discontinu ance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all dues are paid. If the subscriber refuses to lake pe riodicals from the postoffice to which they are directed, he is responsible until he has settled his bill and ordered the paper discontinued. 'If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher and the papers are sent to former address, the subscriber is held responsible. "The courts have held that- refusing to take periodicals from the postofHceor removing and leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intention to defraud. 'If any subscribers pay in, advance, they are bjund to give notice at the end of the time ifLihey do not wish to con tinue taking it, otherwise the subscriber is responsible until express notice with payment of all arrearage is sent to the publisher." Hoa R. Tate Irvine Congress. V uon. k. late lrviue, a student some years ago at Central University, this city, now a leading attorney, of Big Big Stone Gap, Ya, has been nominated for Congress to succeed the present 1 cumbent, Hon. C. Bascomb Slemp, Re publican. Mr. Irvine has many friends here who wish him success, and believe he can be elected despite the fact that his district is strongly Republican Mr. Irvine is a fine lawyer and and i man of commanding personality, as well as high-toned gentleman. Lancaster Merchant Assigns. H.T. Logan, of Lancaster, filed a deed of assignment last week for the benefit of his creditors, namiag the Garrard Bank & Trust Company as assignee. He conducted a men's funishings and shoe store. Bad collections are given as the cause of the assignment. Mr. Logan served for two years as Mayor of Lan caster, retiring on January 1 An Alarm Clock Servant A resident of California has rigged up an alarm clock so that it calls him at the proper lime in the morning, lights a lamp in his bedroom so he can see to dress and at the same time starts break fast. When the alarm clock sounds its early morning call, it throws a switch located at the back of the clock cabinet connect ing four electric circuits. 0.ie of these circuits lights a small lamp which effect ively illuminates the bedroom. To the other circuits are connected toaster, coffee percolater and electric grill. Coffee aad water are put in the percolat or the night before, and the bread arran ged in the toaster and the bacon placed on the grill. By the time the owner is dressed breakfast is ready. Your Hair Needs Parisian Sage t Quickly Removes Dandruff Just because your hair is full of dand ruff, thin, streaky, dull and never will do up to. look pretty, do not despair. Beautiful hair, thick, fluffy, lustrous and absolutely free from dandruff; is only a matter of care. Parisian Sage frequently applied will work" wonders. Just one application stops itching head, removes dandruff and all. excessive oil. It goes right to the hair roots and furnishes the nour ishment needed the hair becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and radiant with life. Parisian Sage not only saves the hair, but stimulates it to grow long and heavy. Get a 50 cent bottle from H. L. Perry's Drug Store at once. . There is no other "Just as good." 32 2t. Perry's Drug Store. 5LLN IN THE 50UTH. New Day Dawning Below Ma son and Dixon Line. (New York World ) If anybody ever wants to fight a third battle of Bull Run, the trip from Wash ington to Manassas Junction can be made by trolley. Bull Run was bubbling even with its banks from the spring floods. A small stream with great fame. Alexandria, where George Washington went to church, is getting out of its de cay and becoming a smart suburb of Washington. New houses in new dis tricts hide the ancient town. The peaks behind Thomas F. Ryan's Virginia country-seat were white with snow yesterday morning. The drifts were still deep in the wools. The South has had a Ung winter. The Confederate monument at Manas sas is the ugliest ever. It seems rough to live and die for such a memorial. Georgia is reveling in the illicit joys of a state-wide Prohibition law. The clubs thrive for the privileged, and "near beer" is retailed to soothe the populace. Jacksonville, handily situated near the Georgia border of. Florida, holds out a comforting, if uncertain, hand. It has taken over the "last Georgia Sunshine Whisky that will ever be offered for sale," and tenders the limited remainder to Atlanta, 12 full quarts for $10.50. The mule continues to be the South' most industrious denizen. Allanla is a mule center. The mule buyers support a big hotel at the stock yards. ' Gaffney is the name of an important station on the Southern Road in South Carolina. Suggested thoughts of home and Jim. C . Atlanta is in a county with 300 miles of food roads that are really good. Six hundred State convicts built. The Southern cities are all stretching their jonts. Birmingham thinks it is to become a 500,000 town, and Jacksonville is planning for the same dimensions. Alexandria advertises six railroads and five steamship lines. Conference Call To Kentucky Ministers. A call to ministers of Kentucky to at tend a conference on rural church prob lems in connection with the Southern Educational Conferences to be held in Louisville next month, was issued Tues day by the Kontucky Committee ap pointed by A. G. Borland, general secie lary of the movemeut Signed by the twenty two members who are prominent throughout the State, it follows: ""To the Ministers of Kentucky in connection with the great rural life con ference to be held in Louisville, April 7 to 10, there will be a conference on the rural church problems. This conference will be held in the Methodist Temple, Sixth street and Broadway, Louisville, and will be in the nature of an informal discussion of the important problems confronting the country churches. Men who have made a special study of cer tain aspects of the country church will be present to give the benefit of their counsel and information. President D. H.Hill, of the North Carolina College of Agriculture, will discuss the pastor's relation to agriculture. The Rev. J. J. Cole, of Jefferson town, Ky , who has been especially successful in developing a country Sunday school, will preside at the sesions devoted to the consideration of the Sunday school as a vital force in the community. Prof. C. S. Gardner, of the Southern Baptist Seminary, is ex pected to preside over the session de voted to considering the best methods of developing intellecual and moral life. The closing session will be a symposium of conclusions as formative of a prac tical program for making the rural church a greater factor in country life development. The railroads have grant ed a rate of one fare plus 25 cents. Ev ery rural pastor who can possibly do so VIOTS ftsssisas SAIVE FOR AIL COLD THOU E3 LES A Kentucky Hall of Fame. Under the provisions of a resolution passed by the recent Legislature accept ing a proposition of the Bronze Memorial Company, of Chicago, to furnish 100 steel engravings tf famous Kentuckians, to be hiing in the Kentucky Gallery of Honor, the Capitol Commission has de cided upon 11 noted Kentuckians whose pictures will be sent to the memrial company. They are W. N. Ilaldeman, W. C. P. Breckinridge, John Breckin ridge, John. L. Helm, Dr. Epbriam Mc Dowell, Rev. John C. Young, John G Carlisle, General William Proton. John J. Crittenden, Boyd Winchester and Charles A. Wickliffe. County Court Days. Below is a list of the days County Courts are hed in each month in coun ties tributry to Richmond: Anderson, Lawrenceburg, 3d Monday. Bath, Owingsville, 2d Monday. Bourbon, Paris, 1st Monday. Boyle, Danville, 3d Monday. Breathit', Jackson, 4th Monday. Clark Winchester, 4th Monday. Fayette. Lexington, 2d Monday. Fleming, Flemingsburg, 4th Monday. Franklin, Frankfort, 1st Monday. Garrard,' Lancaster. 4th Monday. Grant, Williamstown, 2d Monday. Harrison, Cythiana, 4th Monday. Henry, Newcastle,' 1st Monday. Jessamine, Nicholasville, 3d Monday. Lee, Beatty ville,' 4lh Monday. Lincoln, Stanford, 2d Monday. , :. Madison, Richmond, 1st Monday. ' . Mason, Maysvilla, (lst Monday. Mercer, Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Monday - Nicholas, Carl'sle, 2d Monday. Oldham, Lagrange, 4th Monday. Owen, Owenton, 4th Monday. Pendleton, Falmouth, 1st Monday. Powell, Stanton, 1st Monday. . Pulaski. Somerset, 3d Monday. Scott, Georgetown, 3d Monday. Shelby, Shelbyville, 2d Monday." -. Wayne, Monlicello. 4th Honday. Woodford, Yersallds, 4tb llonday. Latest Cry of Fashion i in Outer Garments fresh from the style centers is to be found in our Advanced Spring Display practically every thing that's smart and neat B. E. 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