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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u4 lic J c B 0 Six Pages xoday Tn RICHMOND CLjcAXSixPages Today v 17th YEAR c RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21 1910 c NUMBER 29 WALL PAPER L O ST lA Thin Red Steer Left our place last court day Weight about 750 pounds Lame in left hind foot Burnside f Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster 9 Material r Ihk Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Two Good Things=== OUR COAL YOUR MONEY 2 Lets Swapji jL Kv BiantonTEL- EPHONE 85 Have Your Christmas Photograph Made Now McGaughey the Photographer Third Street We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each t The Right Way to get goodwork is- o buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger Tramps Who Visited Richmond In August Met old Madison Boy in Colorado 14st August two Globe arrived jn Richmond enroute from New York to Sau Francisco where they expected to turn and make the trip back home the entire dis tance on foot In Richmond they were the center of several admiring group of pet pIe to whom they related a very interesting story of their travels through Virginia Tennessee and Kentucky They spent sometime in Jack son county and claimed to have the picture of a moon shine still- Nothing has been heard from them until last week when Mr James Wagers re ceived a letter from his cousin Mr Hume Wagers at Wray Colorado saying that two men giving their names as Foe bush and Elmendorf had been in the town and in a conver sation with them he had learn dthat they visited Richmond Ky and had met James Woods Wagers They had an interesting story to tell of their tramp since leaving this city three months ago They accept no money buton entering a town tell their story and if a hotel or boarding house chooses to give them lodging and meals for a Clay they accept if not they go on their journey They said while here that in only one town had they been refused They were royally treated in Richmond and told Mr Hume Wagers that they would always remember the place and his obliging cousin James W Wagers Phoo 412 W P AXTER Back Home James Shackelford and Geo Goodlbe who have been work ingf Uncle Sam on the Isthmus of Panama trying to rush to completion the big ca nal are at home for an indef inate stay They Hay it is a wonderful undertaking and their experience is priceless They have been enjoying good health iu the tropics Wonderful Mare Edna May the champion show mare owned by Mrs Richard Tasker Lowndes of Danville Will be turned out in a few days and will not again be entered iu the show ring it was learned here from Danville Wednesday She is beenbshown 413 times and won 407 blue ribbons and premiums aggregating over 14000 and at least 1500 worth of hand some cups Edna May has been shipped over 100000 miles to the various great horse shows Matt Cohen of this city has always ridden this mare in the show rings and his great ability as a horseman has been mainly responsible for her great success among other equine wonders in the saddle classes Remember There are great many poor in this section whose Christ mas can be made unusually happy by those who are far more fortunate Put something for the less fortunate on your list of holiday presents and thereby make your own Christmas all the more happy Every family has need of a good reliable liniment For sprains bruises soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains there is nono better than Chamberlains Sold by Stockton S Son dim Base Ball Crack Richmond Twirler Will Go to the Southern League Next Season Mack Allison the former star twirler of the Richmond Blue Grass League team will not go to the Memphis Southern League team but will be seen with the San Antonia Texas League outfit during the coming season Allison had signed a contract to play with Memphis but he was not released by the Richmond managemont until the draft ing season was over and he was drafted by San Antonia A dispatch from Lexington says there seems to be a pro bability that Newport will be in the Blue Grass Base Ball League next season and there is also a possibility that Cov thisbleague In that event the league willmake an eight club circuit and the Blue Grass League which has heretofore been confined to Central Ken tucky would largely increase its importance and prestige The management of the New port club is anxious to buy a franchise from one of the present members or other wise enter the Blue Grass stumblingbblock for the present is Pres ident Garry Hermann of Cin cinnati of the National Com mission who has refused the request of Newport to enter the Blue Grass League at least at the present time Livery Stable for Rent A splendid brick livery stable with 41 stalls five of which are box stalls good location on Irvine street in Rich mond for rent for 1011 This is one of tho best livery stands in Richmond Call on or address tf C C WALLACE The Wrong Way k to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone School News The county schools will close this week a most profit able season and one very gratifying to Supt John Nc land and the county Board At Berea the common school runs seven months which is the only one in the county This will close in January Supt Noland will wind up his visits to the schools this week So far only one teacher has signified her intention of leaving the school room in the county Miss Lucy Noe of Paint Lick who has been Pointbschool She was married a few days ago to Mr John Rupe of thatsection and her many coworkers will join the Climax in wishing them a long life of happiness Supt No1 land says that he always feels very uneasy at the close of the term each year when the phone rings thinkingit is one of his able teachers having decided that matrimony was ahead of the school room and offering her or his resigna tionSaturday the 10th was a big day with the teachers of the county for they were given two months pay and the Christmas money will sure come in1 handily Supt No land received a check for 9600 The last payment is made in January and this will run until then Out of this amount there are 25 colored teachers and 79 white that receive from 35 to 60 per month Scarlet fever been rag ing in the High Point school district and although it is but a few days until the close the trustees may be compelled to shut down a week earlier No fatalities have been re ported as yet LET US SELL YOU t or iTA CALORIC tldt VICffiBSIM An occasional sun bathIS o all the renovating a f t Stearns Foster mattress ever needs yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable 5TARNStMATTRESS Ii Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy unsanitary hair r mattress If you knew as much about them as we do of course you woo buy Stearns Foster FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY I 1Anchor s 1050 tt 1350 a 7 j Lens JUf 1 Style A 4ai I OLDHAM LACKEY Undertaking Specialty IflflJflILr1LELjI1LULEELiII ILILJEI lULl ILiLI1LILF1tILI IELI- E o 0- D The Best Way 0 1TjfljJfl LUi1I1cLjLJJrLJLiL1DDDLft OCIIJITIIJITITITI WALL PAPER Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 w S O R O L We Sel- lMay Manton Patterns 10c Each i iTA v r s t The best way to meet the competition ofcheap merchandise is not to sell something cheaper but i x s sell havesomething plenty of goods and dont charge more than they rlJ = worth we want your patronage but want to sell you satisfactory matetialstVV- KW nj i I j ttit i fh 0 During December we will endeavor to rtt f1f t f r Ifr t i duce our stock and willrIf v 1 1r J fi rf M tf bargains in all departments t rif jtf ttrf w li 0 t 0JF 5J Especlalattention willBe given our Ladies Suit and Coat Department and we will be able to make K ij 1= tr tfiz prices tht will surprise you Also Mens Suits and Overcoats will be offered at prices far below the i f L i f realalue See them 4 to on r tW wAp d pF w a r r i r a Haimlltoo Brothersit iferner First gtMaIn jJr lY w i ti 1 itJ C 7 DighmOnd Kentucky i7 I cs n SANTA CLAUS always stops at McKees for everything in the f way of Novelties Come down and leave your order for some of our Sterling Silver or we can show you the nicest line of Jewelry Novelties we have ever had Watch our windows and show cases just before Christmas OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY ir The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D Miller Pres and Mgr Stove K Vaught Editor cl KUTUCKY PRESS and PUBUSIERS LEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAS IN ADVASCK WEDNESDAY DEC 21 1010 W P Walton in the Lexington Herald has the followingto say concerning the candidacy of McCreary andtho weak effort of Johnson to pull the wool over tho peoples eyes It has been heralded all over tho State in order to bolster up Hon Ben Johnsons candidacy for Governor that ho got tho lar gest majority over given in the district The vote shows though that although his majority was greater ho received over two thousand votes less than he did two years teforo in the same district notwithstanding that this was a Democratic landslide year The paper adds that this was because tho Republican candidate laid down on a hint from the leaders of the party that it would possibly boom Johnson and mako nomination for Governor which they so much desire a reality The Republicans believe that Johnson will bo the easiest man to defeat and will do everything to secure his nomination Jcnowing it is their only chance to win The Democrats will not walk into a trap however but will follow the rule of finding what their enemy desires and then do tho opposite What Democracy wants is a candidate for whom no apologies have to be made one who can unite all the factions and against whose t record political or otherwise no evil can be said Such a man has signified his willingness to accept the nomination 1nnd wo believe that ho will be Demo r cracys standard bearer EDITOR J R Lemon of the Mayfield Messenger makes tho good point that if F Justice John II Harlan of the Supremo 7 Court who has been on tho bench for thirtythree years and is now seventy seven years of age and who is still active f and vigorous can fill the position so- L ably Senator McCreary who is five f years younger and unusually well pre jgii served is not too old for Governor as B some people claim There is not a can didate for Governor the editor adds W who is in better health more vigorous xmoro capable physically and iutellec- gatually than is the Hon James B Mc T Creary TROUBLES will como in the best regu Missrtton despatch has filed suit against her former stop mother Mrs Belle Wisdom the divorced second wife of the late juCoL CT Bronston to recover certain ry household articles and tableware which f she claims her former stepmother is wrongfully holding Another blue Ii blooded fight in the courts THE right man for tho right place has feeen named for the noxt Democratic candidate forSecretary of State Harry vJIeCarty of the Nicholasville Journal a J dyedinthewool Democratic lighterand politician of rank There is positive t ly no better man for the place and no e one more entitled to recognition from p the party Hurrah for MeCairtee ROPKE of Louisville who tAUGUST ns from the Fidelity Trus- tCoof that city has been given the pMtion of bookkeeper at the pen lVo der if he is shrewd enough toskin Cih state out of anything This is his favorite position He ought to be in ilhe shoe factorypong side of Mr Jim z Crow S TH County Unit Bill champions of 4 the state have suffered some ill luck of SKJafe fiwu of their big fighters having x bti takes away by death They were JJMit +f Sjnitli of Barren county Sena jjtfar Watlrias of Union county and lUtivcs George needoBal- a8dGH Putt of Hancock coun WL1 popted the President to use jnd Judgment in his selection of B t occupy the exalted position of jMlio of ilia SupremiS court Is UtT the good will of the South or Mfclfftiiv the test interest of the qoiitq Aayw y he couldnt have bett lIIJeetf 9fI the pert cf Dd oUtwiat a tf1tr tbee ut tbe ao- scb t by iIIe Jesl w Whence fpiJM for 9aLMk of ntte di Myl what OI eoamiict1 o1d do fii- ondi t ix NERVE is a mighty goody asset but Bon Johnson is using lila to extreme and before long he will hang himself and sink into political oblivion if ho con tinues to take the rope as fast as ho has been in the past month He is showing every day that ho is not the politicianI ho has been cracked up to endeavors to hand put to Senator Mc Crcary a long line of tirade Only by the shrewdest move over mado in Kentucky politics can ho defeat the Sena tor and even if ho succeeds and this could be in a convention with a lot of crooked politic that have disrupted the Democratic party in the state he can never be elected Governor of this Commonwealth Most any Republican could defeat him and this is why the Republican press of tho state are more than anxious for him to bo the nominee It is time now to select a man than can unite the scattered forces of Kentuckys Democracy and no man is more fitted than Senator McCreary In 1908 John sons vote in his district was 24344 with Gaddie 21240 In 1910 he wits only able to poll 18203 to Gaddies 11052 If Dr Gaddio had received tho same vote this year that he did in 1903 he would have defeated Johnson by about 3000 votes Where can Johnson brag of running such a wonderful race for congress in Nov ember It looks big to those who read of his carrying every county in his district but they dont look further for the facts and see in comparing his race in 1908 that he really lost votes in nearly every county His candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky will disappear as the chaff which the wind driveth away Tim enormous pansion bill passed tho National House last week with out dis cussion carrying with it nearly 154000 000 Somo of the beneficiaries are en titled to a pension but there are thou sands of dollars paid out to soldiers their widows and orphans who never smelt the smoke of battle UISCHESTER has just completed an uptodate sewerage system Danville has had one for ten years Georgetown and Mt Sterling are falling in line but Richmond still goes on without it The most important move in tho affairs of tho city at present is a sewerage system Whats the reason THOSE pesky auditors agents are again in our midst and crying for back taxes They secured a nice bunch of Christmas money in Madison and helped to replenish tho Republican treasury which has been drained by those in power DEAN William T Capers of Lexington is besieged by calls from wealthy congregations over the country and is now considering which Chicago or Philadelphia and the bid for his ser vices will no doubt be lively as ho is a groat man IK Richmond the classiest city of its size in the country the Hobble skirt met with a decided frost and now it is reported from Now York that it will be quickly replaced by another styleWo tried her but she was a little too much Sewell McKinney Bo sure to visit our store when in town we have a largo line of fine china cut glass lamps toys etc For Infirmary Manager Baxter extended liaR of the opera house recoiptiof Monday and Tuesday evening to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and a nice sum was realized for this worthy cause Real Estate The following real estate deeds have been recorded the past week in this county Hamilton Thurman to Jeff Stone lot inRichmond for S700 J E Cornel ison toG W Grinstead lot in Bybee town for 820 Katie Byboe and etcto- G W Grinstead lot in same for 25 James Guynn to Burnall Hubbard lot inWaliaccton for 8300 O L Scarcy to R F Bush store houso and lot in Waco for 3000 R II Coylo to W C Hunt houso and lot in Berea for 31500 C IL Burdetts to Iby Baker lot In Berea for 225 Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema We Prove IL Why waste tlmo and money experimenting with greasy salves and such trying to drive thj eczema germ from underneath the skin when II L Perry guarantees Zemo a clean liquid prepara tion for external uso to rid the skin of the germ lifo that causes the trouble One application will relieve the itehiaf and often times one bottle is sufficient ib euro a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and clUe In America the leading druggfet has the wmtelljicMII polli las thec1ene4 aacliaoct pepu ferVircaimMtl for MOMMA pimpie itaMntff M4 alleUar burnt at kia or scalp fcffecttens whether on iatot or aIiWa run Wil yo IWu nJ u16n 1 a jltl PERSONALS I Judge John OkeBBaH waist in London Jut Friday cm l flbutiatM Mr Everet AihHM IMM accepted a position at the Wirteb starein Berea Mrs Dan BreekwiU go to Mason coun ty to spend the holidays with relatives Mrs Al Nancfl of Somerset is hero for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Myers Miss Anne Bennett Cones arrived this week from Virginia to spend tho holidays with home folks Miss Mary ll1lerspe several days last week in the COll try the guest of Mrs George Phelps Mr and Mrs Julkn Van Winkle of Louisville were here last week tho guests of her mother Mrs James Smith Mr and Mrs V V Packwell will go to Louisville for the holidays Mr Packwell is secretary to Senator Mc CrearyMr Mrs John Harris of Louisville pre spending the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs J B Harris on Fifth street Miss Katie Ringo of Irvine will spend the holidays with her papents Mr and Mrs Wm Ringo She is a valued em ployeo of the Estill Herald Mr William Wallace son of postmas terC C Wallace who is attending Yale University will arrive homo for the holidays this week Miss SaraGoodloe Benton tho aUra tivo daughter of Judge J M Benton will come from Winchester this week for a visit to Mrs George Phelps in the country Misses Margaret and Alma Lackey who are attending Georgetown college arrived Sunday to spend the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs Sam Lackeye in the country Wolfe Campbell who has been con nected with the Mason Hanger Co at its local office has gone to Lansing Tenn to bo with the company there in a railroad contract Manager Baxter will have one of the greatest 10 ct shows ever Lore to entertain the patrons this evening and tomorrow It will be a three person cast presenting Way out Westf Mrs Warfield Bennett whose critical condition was tho cause of much regret among a wide circle of friends is much improved and liar condition now is such that would signify a speedy recovery Mrs and Mrs Newton Combs of Lox ington are happy over the arrival of new boy who has been named William Newton Jr Mrs Combs will be re membered as Miss Mattio Smith of this cityMessrs Halo Dean Lewis Herrington and Dr and Mrs 0 H Vaught motored to Lexington last week Mrs Harry Hanger Miss Jane D Stockton Miss Susan Smith and Harry Hanger Jr were also in the Fayetto capital driving over in Mrs Hangers car Mr and Mrs John M Price of Atch eson Kan aro expected this week at the home of Mr and Mrs Geo T Ballew in the country Miss Naomi Ballew who has been attending C mpbellIlager- man Lexington will spend the holidays at home Mrs Hugh Mason and two children and Mr John Mason havo arriycd from Minnesota and are with Mr and Mrs John Mason in the county Mr John Mason Jr who has been with his brother Hugh in the northern stato will not returnCapt Joe Harris of the L A has been off duty several days looking afte his farm in the Speedwell section Besides being an expert railroader ho is thoroughly acquainted with the great problems of agriculture Mr Lewis Gill of Lancaster was in the city last week enroute home from Cincinnati where ho went to consult a specialist on account of several dislocated bones in his foot He received little encouragement on his condition and his many friends willregret to learn that ho will be compelled to uso a brace for sometime Lexington Herald Mrs John Ken nedy and daughter Miss Willie Kenne dy of Covington will leave in January accompanied by Mrs Tutt Burnam of Richmond for Denver Cot to spend tho remainder of tho winter Mrs Isaac Yanmetcr and Walker Mc Chesney will bo with Mr and Mrs H B Hanger for the Christmas holidays Miss Jamie Caperton will return home on the 24th for tho holidays During the present week quite a number of parties have been given for her by her young friends in Cincinnati The Enquirer of Sunday mentioning in its list of fashionable arrangements for the Juniors a box party it dinner and a card party by Miss Katherine Dabnoy who is at homo from Wellesley College for her guests Miss Caperton and Miss Mar shall Next Thursday evening at the Madi son Institute there promises to be a most enjoyable program Part One being musical and Part Two will be a one act play Tho Pipers Pay Under the direction of Miss Moore teacher of Ex pression and Miss Bagly pianoand those who are on the program will have their parts well in hand A feature of tho musical program will be a chorus of thirty voices which will render several selections under tho direction of Miss Bagley Tho Lexington Leader says The mar riage of Miss Lola Gorman Morgan to Mr Henry Saunders McGuire of Beat tyvillo was solemnized Wednesday at the homo of Jhe brides parents MR and Mrs Albert Morgan Rev E GMann of the Methodist Episcopal Church was the officiating minister and the wedding music was rendered by Miss Edith Love Mr McGuire is an alumnus of Washington and Leo University and the Law School Louisville and is prominent in his profession now holding tbc position of Prosecuting Attorney of Lee county ThiTgroom is well known ia Richmond whereho has been many times on busk ness as well as pleasure lIe Is a mem ber of Richmond Commaadery No 19 Knight Templar Ourdisplay of shlverwareand elegant gifts in gold will please you KinfTlthe Jeweler Main street Attention You will ie dsutoineateirtb ftrst of the year to get yow Mwwaic eeM carately sd ntttUjV Dotf Vit u ti- ltIlIt jHteute to attend to UuTuwtUr oite the PllMXoltioeaa4 Mav ourorderBiIlhMds stawnietc tube turned out by us m MM ikwt ol tie Let Rtoei fix you up a basket oil for Ute holiday 1othlogi nSo lift PoaiMh the great wtdtn draaa at tha open MUM Ueiflljt ol 0 r1ew1l FsH W 1f SASfLr i r r ijAu Together jNeieaClay was Raised With a systematic solteitiBg army composed of Richmond people the sum of 3200 needed to keep the Pattie A Clay Infirmary in existence was raised within twenty hours from the start and according to the official figures there will boa good sum over this amount As was stated in last weeks issuo of the Climax this charitable institution was in dire straits for funds with which to operate and tho load of debt it was carrying about to crush it to an early suspensIon of operation This fact was mado known to tho public in general at a meetlnghold last weeK and it was decided to organize in squads and canvass the city thoroughly in the hope of raising this money Friday and Saturday wero the days appointed and by six oclock Saturday evening tho work was about completed the finishing sums coming in a little later Never was there such a systematic soliciting practiced in Richmond and not a person escaped whom it was thought might spare their mite for this cause Every house in Richmond and suburbs was visited and it can be said to tho credit of the common people that their gifts although small wore in every case extended willingly and in many instances more than they wero able The present Indebtedness will now bo wiped away and the institution begin with a clean slato It is hoped by all concerned that a satisfactory agreement can bo made with the Fiscal court and the City council whereby they will be able to use tho infirmary liberally and thereby help to supply tho revenue It is the opinion of the most conservative that tho Fiscal court as well as the City Council is more than willing to aid all in its power but in handling the peoples money sane and business like methods must bo employed We havo never had so many good things to cat at Christmas time Let Joo fix you up a basket of fruit or a big box of candy vuWWWWG v Christmas At the Churches OOMMMM MM The different churches of Richmond will celebrate tho Christmas very appro priately and tho Sunday school children will all have their joys in the Yuletido increased by Xmas trees and goodies At tho Baptist church Friday evening there will be a Christmas tree for the children Santa Claus is expected and a number of small gifts will be presented to tho little boys and girls At tho First Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon beginning at 4 oclock there will be a Christmas tree for tho Sunday school and special music by the choir A general good time for tho little folks is expected At the Second Presbyterian church Saturday evening tho Sunday School will enjoy a huge Christmas tree loaded with a present for each member of the school In addition to tho exorcises with the tree Rev Mr Brown of Bar b urville will deliver a talk on Christ masAt tho First Christian church a big Christmas tree will be the program and special songs by the Sunday school The time is announced for Saturday after noon beginning at 3 oclock The Second Christian church will have an elaborate entertainment for the Sunday school Saturday evening In connection with the Christmas tree there will be a play entitled Tho Magic Chimney under the direction of Mr Edgar Todd and Miss Leah AzbilL Special music will also be a feature of the program At St Marks Catholic church Christ mas Day will be celebrated with High at 5 a m Low Mass at 7 a m and High Mass followed by Benediction at 9 There will bo a special musical program by a selected choir under the direction of tho talented organist Miss Norma Giunchigliani At the Methodist church the Christ ross for the Sunday school will bo in the nature of a charitable entertainment The exercises will bo held Saturday evening beginning at 7 oclock Each person is expected to bring a small dona tion nothing less than a potato or an apple A barrel will be at the door to receive it Each class will arrange their gifts as decorations during the exercises The baskets of provisions will be distributed among tho needy on Christmas Day Everybody is invited A feature of the exercises will be an ad dress appropriate to the occasion by Dr Crabbo Stop at 142 Second street and you will find every thing sloe for Christmas present Delegates Judge Shackelford has appointed the following gentlemen to the Good Roads Convention which meets inLeuisvllIo next week and they have signified their intention of attending Hon J A Sullivan T J Curtis James Aroucklei W A Williams and W 0 Gamble Com Contest While the interest in the corn contest was not what it shouldJiava boon it brought out some excellent samples and the winners will bo sent to tho State Show in January which will take place nt State College Lexington Tho win nor of the 3500 la gold given by Turloy Evans the insurance firm was Pleas Bonlon His dozen oars weighed 1812 pounds Mr David Noblorcceivcd the prize on yellow corn License The following laarriage license wore granted since last Tuesday by County CIprk Terrell J It Ross ta Rebecca Cosby both of Richmond Marshal Walker to ToiHBiis Norton second mar riage of both Win Noland to Lucy Todd of Madiion H Peter Barclay to Joan AzbilI both of RichBtood TJairil marriage of thegQm ill fourth athe bride fTQM4 Li b Gooeit both ef PilIi DwrW Jjrewer ant Kanna nor Berea For Sale DUtfteet 8 acres hal a ibt house ead dst ftWioi water Situ t d aRoddLeao stor turnpike twO aiitee iris Silver Crtf aM Iwo mUt jtroa PhI Lick Kjr w prtfar to emil primuly pen iwkn PU iaLwJJt011oriaawa JUJU E or W BABL TATKM 8I SUvw reek Sy ir + + 4+ + + ++ ++ k + l CourtHouscl pIlWhats If la The Tcia t eUiwtlce Past Week of ++H++++ +++Sheriff McCord and his deputies are busy mailing out notices to all della quen s who have sot paid their tax to come up at oace or else be one of the list to be advertised soon The strict rule of the sheriff to put tho penalty on all those who are late fe being enforced without favor Pepuly Sant Bush went to Frankfort last week with Ernest Hayes who is to servo twentyone years in the pen for the killing of his brotherinlaw James Lane atBorea about two years ago Hayes was denied a new trial by the Court of Appeals The solicitors for tho Pattio A Clay Infirmary made a thorough round of tho court house and a big sum came from all thoi officers and their deputies From the Janitor to tho county Judge all subscribed iI HWHWW v Farm News a Items of Interest to The Far g g mertkeGrowerantheStockrnan i Earl Ferguson of near Paris sold to Thomas McClintock of Millersburg a pair of fancy horso mules for 8500 Thoy kicked tho beam at an average of 1200 pounds and were in fine condition for hard work Tho mules were five years old and wore purchased by Mr Ferguson one year ago at the prico of 31G5 He mado a profit on his investment of practically 8 per cent besides had tho uso of the mules for a year Tho 1911 wool crop of Kentucky will bo pooled owing to the success which followed the pool of last year The amount pooled that year amounted to 200000 pounds and it is expected that 500000 pounds will bo disposed of next year Senator E K llenaker was appointed to succeed Senator J W New man in handling the business affairs of the society as Senator Newman was compelled to resign on account of have ing charge of tho Porto Rican exposition which will be given under tho auspices of tho government The conclusions were reached at a meeting of the wool growers held last week at tho Phoenix Hotel Tho Maysvillo Independent says Mr Lee Dinger the drayman thirteen years ago purchased a mule then thir teen years old Ho worked him for thirteen years and fed him thirteen ears of corn each day Last week he sold him to a man lor thirteen dollars and is to deliver him December 13 and it is only thirteen days till Christmas Heros wishing tho old mulo will livo thirteen years more cat thirteen ears of corn each day and die on the thirteenth All reports that tho fat hog supply in Madison is scarce is without foundation according to the buyers CoL John Daddy Wagers shipped three loads last week and two this week to tho Cincinnati markets for which he paid 0 12 nnd C 34 The lot will average about 200 His friends say that if there are any fat hogs in tho county ho can locate them quicker than most any one and close the deal BENNETT HIGGINS Are headquarters for Xmas presents Take a look at our fine easy tuckers in oak mahogany and reed Wo also Jiavo shirt waist boxes screens book cases library tables doll beds book racks foot stools and lots of other things for tim holidays d73t Land Sales The following land deeds were record ed this week Wm Penning to Mary Mahathy farm in The Glades for 2000 W A Johnson to II N MUchel 30 acres near Berea for 8SOO LM Sowers to Stanton Sowers 27 12 acres near Val ley View for 300 EVERYBODY Huylers Obyou deart I Iw I ne Christmas Gift to her must babox of csoF RM1t LrrY AU This Week i Former Resident Of Madfeon Goes to his Lat Reward to the Music Ql the Hounds Co Barton S Coyle a native of Payette county and closely related to the Mau pins of Madison spent the last hours of his life listening to the buying of the fox hounds and with a smile passed into the great beyond He was one of the most noted fox hunters of the country and rode many a chase over the bluegrass fields of this countrywith his friends and relatives here His death oc curred a few days ago at his home near Lexington I Col Coyle was for several years a director of tfcenatiye association and was one of the most enthusiastic de votees of the chase in Ken- tUcky but was unable to at tend the meeting at Crab Or chard in November sick of an incurable upon being told by cians that he had but few hours to live Col Coyles love of the sport which he had fol lowed for years did not for sake him With the shadow of death on him as he lay on his bed in his quiet country home he called his brother to his bed side and requested him to get him his huntinghorn that he might call his pack of fox hounds into the yard in front of his window where he could see them When he had gazed upon the lovingly he or dered them started on the chase Then directing that mightbehear the music of thepack as they scoured the distant woods and fields in search of Reynard he lay with a smile playing upon his face and thus to the sound of the chase which had been melody to his ears for so many years he passed to the happy hunting grounds ie ++++ + + + + 4 + +4+ ++i5chcol Newsi t Items of Interest from Supt Nolands Olllcc and tile County In General +++ + + 1 +++1 + ++4 +++4 Nearly all tho schools will have closing exercises and in many localities a small admission is charged to defray tim expense of libraries Many of the schools havo purchased libraries hand some wall decorations and other things for the rooms by public entertainments The County Board has been called to meet on the 31st of this month by Supt Noland jnlcss otherwise announced The Concord school conducted by MissDorcas Francis closed last Friday with an appropriate program Each number was excellent and attested the capability of the teacher under whose training tho entertainment was produced Music was furnished by the Mobcrloy band nnd tho pupils chorus rendered several songs About a hundred were present The patrons are very much pleased with tho work of Miss Francis Turing the termI I 1 EATS Candy I C Your sweetheart willI think more of you None has ever been made so elegant as Huylers See Joe foraHoliday Box No one else can han die this delicious candy in Richmond Joes Restaurant Sole Agent ComerThird and Main Let Us Put This Range In Your Home This Week and Pre sent You With a tof Kitcnen UtensilsfREEr f Remember becauseI Beautiful Valuable THE MlEABIE J MAUriRa s MNitIlli j 1 We Shall Expect to See You 0 An rl DnostratFirom South Bend m- dwillbe8towstceallthisweek You wifl abo be serVed With Hot Biscuits and Coffee ODShackdfordi Go F Babys Delight jfYic r i r f Have you seen the new Collapsible Folding High Chair i IAdjustible to any chair Special price T This Week Only 148 51 l 2 Luman Higgins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel GlyndonWesfMain Street 1 ilas Shelburno President J D Marshall Vice President J L Knight Secretary and Treasurer W D McIntyre Asst Secretary and Treasurer Take Your Tobacco to Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse Co = v Incorporated For The Sale Of LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO West Side South Broadway Just Below Southern Depot r7 f Both Telephones 1704 LEXINGTON KYLfI Best Light and Free Accommodation for Men and Teams 7 v We have with us Mr J B Stalling the Best Auctioneer on any Market r For Rent or Sale The old homestead of J W Stivers located at Kingston Ky 8 miles from Richmond on the Big Hill pike is offered for rent for tho year 1911 or for sale The place contains 7 acres of tho finest productive land somo fruit and is high and dry well watered and the most choice home place in the little village Tho houso is a good substantial two story frame building of Grooms and ball and two porches with a fine cellar under main building also good store house barn chicken and carriage houses and all necessary outbuildings The neigh borhood is of the best accessable good schools churches store and postofilce For terms apply to rs J C George or J B Stouffer d4tf Richmond Ky No More Catarrh B L Middelton has a Guar anteed Cure that has Stqod the Test of Time Catarrh cures como and goes but Hyomei continues to pure catarrh and abolish its disgusting symptoms where ever civilization exists If you buy a Hyomoi outfit for 100 and hide it in the dark cupboard it wont cure your catarrh- If you breathe it daily as directed it will cure your catarrh or it wont cost you a cent ask B L Middelton If you have a hard rubber Hyomei Inhaler somewhere around the house get it out and start at onco to forever rid yourself of catarrh B L Middelton will sell you a bottle of Hyomei liquid for 50 cents start to breathe it and no lice how quickly it clears out the air passages and entire head feel fine Hyomei used regularly will euro catarrh coughs colds bronchitis or sore throat A complete outfit including a hard rubber pocket inhaler costs 100 No stomach dosing Just breathe it It kills the germs soothes and heals tho inflamed membrane The Markets The following quotations are furnished by Mr Stone Norman the leading Commission merchant in this section Main street Richmond Ky Highest cash prices for all country produce Mr Norman quotes today on the following EggsOO els Large springersrSm- allsprlngers10Heas 711 Dur full feathere8GeeeeL7RoostersL5U Turkeys over 8 IDS j 15Ie Feathers 40 lkef Hides 7 Tall w G1 Beeswax 25 S= GlasgRed n Stamps Are Now eBee ThoR Oh ChrUtau stmnpi are now eft U hit and sywy cue shoukt e that itll of their J8iiH rrw ens at thwe eel M very penny speD br uaWfU greatly ski in S mt tubm MMk JCIwjr CMabeProcIlrK at mAojrof ttoJMsintM hooae sod a Httl laUr win M offered for sale ta the cor riddkr 0C MM port CIe Ttw suups or Mate do not oarry taaUboi aaj klD- druwIIJCWIJ ih m BtytittOisoA tD j doesnt good youll minute you still appears for We warrant tho ilywho will not for The Young Business Man bank at onco It will him better standing with those whom deals It will savo him from tho start from disputes payments It will save him consid emblem the transmission money you have about start in business opon an account the State Bank 6 Trust Co Richmond Ky will bo the only small depositor A Few Reminders for Christmas Shoppers Come as as you can and miss the crowds When once here dont leave until you havo seen that interests Whatever you dont miss our RING DISPLAY Take intago of the privilege we offer of laying articles aside 1 ed Como and if you wish r And dont forget please that Jewelry giving docsnitfenecessarily mean spending alot of money i g 5Dont forget that Jewelry is the gift of gifts And dont forget we are able to match tho ues larger cities We Invite You L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street Our PrimeRoastRib lave to be ticketed as such As a housekeeper know it the sco it and know it better when it on your table Try one Sunday dinner there is not a single member of fam ask second help ing should start a account givo with he all as to of If started or arc to at You not early all do again again i that a a C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12i CautionOn account of the recent closing down of the Richmond Steam Laundry the Normal City Laundry is now the only institution of the kind in the city One good laundry is sufficient for Richmond and Madison county and it is our intention to make this one the best in the State An agency fora Win Chester laundry has been taken in Richmond but we hope that those who patronize outof town enterprises will soon see the error of their way and keep their business herew In sending money away you help to wreck your home laundry Send your clothes to the Nor 7alocal YIoc1 people ivs Verytruly CIt k- 1 it 1tiH 50 JI B StoufferEstablished Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond New Quartersjf We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared j than ever to care for your skins Bring us I your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in sea- sonIJiurman Grocery Company Before Jan 1st 1911 Have lots of things to sell and give away The entire stock must go SUits C1ocsDre- sses Raincoats and Capes Sweaters Cor sets Gussard Redfern Warners Hose Waists Hand Bags Dolls The best line of FURS in town The bargains here await you J B WALKERLadies ReadytoWear Goods Second Street Richmond Ky Rural TelephonesfcMr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city res quotalionsany4timea sum headquartersNashville immediayznterestLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated What About That Leaky Roof We have a big lot of Red Cedar Cypres and Yellow Pine a Shinglest Yours for a Square Deal Blanton=Congleton Co mconloraled rLumber Co L A Depot Telephone 4- 25rFURsAn Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes and Mink Three of the fashion favorites in fur Bcckwear Thcso furs lend teIves gracefully to the completion of the beautifully gowned women The mand for theso stylish furs will be unusually avy this season IB the pc scnt coHipletness of this superb tee therellft a powerful totive for buying furs now and at reasonable pries lower than else bi iiXv4ry correct style is represcated wy C t cenceUes tgriMMm Itere exclusively vH Old furs remodeled and repaired at a SBJaU ce ltfffeolpliteaew f- o M Lowenthal LfL114ton Fxrriur g71 j u T J Sf8dingI 11 Clothes ARE THEBEST CLOTHES Inch Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all siZes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit CaEes Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops Oldest Jar tI t Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj 267 Office in Oldham Building II it Emmett Million Successor to Uurgin Ue- nnrDENTIST Over Stale Bans Trust Company TELEPhONE 296 HarrvM Blanton DENTISTI H I PATRICKDENTIST Paint Lick Kentucky Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty Office in Bank Building GREENLEAF HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas Simmons now Building on Second Street opp Court Houso A StTIILJVAN-r 1ToBnYATLA- BWHMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKIIHpp Yeterlnar i liege ot Chicago Il- lVeterinary Surgeon Office at J R Azbills Stable tRes Richmond Ky J T FERRIEU Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicago of those its patron needing ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any hing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed Give- DAVEFREEMAN A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It He represents the Best Firo Insurance thebusinessandguaritn1tie Consign Your Live Stock TO CC Seal Co UiiM Steck Yards CiftcJMat 6 And receive the htgKett market price asweare the largest brdw buyers on the Cincinnati rketIi Wa 5 NQRRI5 t 3M nte wiM Mwa ewrkw both lYand fire iMttnuMM TJi n BfM k kc Mb ltMiHM r r uGSmolce JGoy McCreary cigar k mats a fine endfog to- a1witiin l Jtofwr policy u iqU1t yoa hays I fin to bia thinkior rtoattawnw- eiitanr W mM ihVMt polloiir t f 0aH Brook The Richmond Climax iISUIeftPUT WIWHMTM THEClIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D Miller Presad Mgr Steve K Vaught Editor Monttrtl KUTKKY 9S AWftMATIWI y sad EKHTH PWUeiERS lEAfittC fir ICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVASCB WEDNESDAY DEC 21 1010 MONKEYS IN BATTLE They Fight Under Leaders and KM Stones on Enemies Aesops ape It will be remembered wept on passing through a human graveyard overcome with sorrow for Its dead ancestors and that all monkeys are willing enough to bo more like us than they are they show by their mimicry An old authority tells that the easiest way to capture apes Is for the hunter to pretend to shave himself tben to wash his face fill the basin with asort of birdlime and leave it for the apes to blind themselves If the Chinese story Is to be believed the Imitative craze Is even more fatal In another way for If you shoot one monkey of aband with a poisoned arrow its neighbor jealous of so unusual a decoration will snatch the arrow from it and stab itself only to have It torn away by a third until In succession the whole troop has committed suicide In theIr wild life baboons as well as many varieties of the monkey tribe undoubtedly submit to the authority of recognized leaders There Is coopera non between them to the extent that when fighting In company one will go to the help of another which Is bard pressedIn ground they roll down stones upon their enemies and when making amid as on an orchard which they believe to be guarded the attack Is con ducted on an organized plan sentries being posted and scouts thrown put which gradually feel their way forward to make sure that the coast Is clear while the main body remains In con cealment behind until told that the road Is open From the fact that the sentries stay posted throughout the raid getting for themselves no share of the plunder it has been assumed that there must be some sort of division of the proceeds afterward Man again has been dif ferentiated from all other creatures as being a tool using animal but more than one kind of monkey takes a stone In Its hand and with It breaks the nuts which are too hard to be cracked with the teethiLondon Globe CHANCES OF LIFE Probability at Your Age of How Long You Will Live After we are dead It probably will not concern us whether we died at twenty or fifty or ninety but just now most of us are Intensely interested in the matter and being average per sons in sound health wo can figure out with certainly just what our chances are of reaching any particular age says Harpers Weekly- If we are just 20 years of age our chances of living to or beyond 30 are nearly 12 to 1 of living to be 40 C to 1 to be CO 3 to 1 to be 1 23 to 1 Of living to be 70 we have less than 1 chance In 215 to be 80 less than 1 chance In 5 and to be 80 less than 1 chance In 100 If we have reached 30 our chances to reach 40 are nearly 11 to 1 to be CO nearly 4tf to to bo CO 2 to to be 70 41a chances in 10 to be 80 1 chance in 0y to be DO 1 chance in 100 Tho average man ot40 has 8chances to 1 of reaching his fiftieth birthday 2Yi chances to 1 of attaining CO only C chances out of 10 of reaching 70 1 chance In fof reaching 80 and 1 chance In 100 of becoming 80 Having been lucky in all the drawings up to fifty years the average man has 4Yi chances to 1 of becoming CO to become 70 the chances are 1 to 1 In his favor to become SO he has but 1 chance In 5 and to become 80 1 chance In 100It CO the average citizen has 2 chances to 1 of becoming 70 1 chance In 4 of becoming SO and 1 chance In CO of reaching The man of 70 has 3 chances In 8 of becoming 80 and 1 in CO of becoming 00 If one has weathered the storm until his eightieth birthday ho has 1 chance In 17 of reaching his ninetieth mile postIt will be observed that as we get older our chances of reaching 80 In crease greatly Followed Instructions- At Gloucester some time ago a man was sentenced to one months bard labor for stealing a bottle of medicine that he had been asked to deliver by the doctor In the village In which ho lived Some months after be was brought up on a similar charge and when in the dock was asked what he had to say In his defense Well your honor be replied I was asked by the doctor to call again for another patients medicine and the bottle stood on the doctors desk labeled To be taken as before i He was discharged amid roars of laughter London Fun Wise Old Guard BroadJwith this query nave I time to say goodby to my wife who Is leaving on this New York train That sir responded the guard with a polite smile depends on how long you have been marriedSt Louis Republic A Mean Hint Miss Oldgirl 1 have been studying with Professor Plump and he gave me a few wrinkles Miss PertDo yoN think you need any more dear Baltimore American The Refined Style Tenderfoot aghast Yonre not Iylblng that man Arisena Ike WeU4rwedont refer to It la that anrefiaed way Wa call It sfeowto Ira the ropes Judge When you have a cold got si bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will soon fix jrou up all right and will ward pnoumoniaThisnireotic and maybe give confident byStoOCktotak 10 Reward For return or informatkw leading to recovery ola large young red fox iKHitid Ke marks except few small nak dots on body KH Crooke te Rk4lMO d Ky On 5aIe At SktsT- Ie that dwitf The L aigvllle Times at any Lime can find tiiem on tibs at8tocklOllaDr89rt You CM Wave orders for thw paper id to at- M rbomeU FjILI1er it he MritMt poMdbl Daltertb trdn Itflht MENTALISPORDI- Aa Uaaprahg Eiwny to HappJ H M and to Health lUll a law that every state of mind whether good or JMiiI affects every cell tithe system and is eutptetured in the body says Or toon Swtt Marden In Success Magazine We are thus the arbiters of our fate through our thoughts eBBpitoas ad passions The time xflll cede when we shall know Sow to rafrwh ourselves by metal tcheml try ttat is by holding la our minds the antidotes of the things That have wearied as or vexed us by holding the metal attitude which will neutralize the thought ear mien that have thrown our bodies Into confusion There is nothing so deadly to happiness as mental discord It paralyzes the thinking ability and destroys the power of concentration and effective nessAll diseases and sickness of what ever kind are the outplcturlng of some form of discord If the mind Is kept as happy as possible It Is difficult for discord to get a foothold In the body A happy mind Is the best possible health producer disease killer and discord destroyer For centuries mans happiness was looked upon by many earnest tink lug people as a condition largely be yond his control They seemert to think that It depended mostly upon the temperament one happened to develop and that there were other things of so much more Importance that wf should not consider It too seriously or take precious time to cultivate It di rectlyWe are beginning to find however that even as an economical Invest ment It pays Immensely to make a business of being happy and being Just as good to ourselves as possible although not In a selfish way We could not bo good to ourselves In the higher sense by being selfish POET OF MANY VERSES An Anecdote of Pellegrin an Eight eenth Century Bard The Impecunious French poets of the middle eighteenth century used to con sort at thp cafes where sometimes they would pick up customers One of the worst and at the same time tho most facile of the bards was Polio grin of whom a characteristic story Is told In An Eighteenth Century Marquise One day a newcomer entered the cafe and began complaining that ho was going to be married and had no cplthalamlum for his wedding Pel legrin hastened to offer one of his own compositions A deal was soon arranged and the price agreed upon was 20 sous n verse The poet disappeared The bridegroom was presently accost ed by a stranger who began a con versatlon on various subjects and sad denly said By the by my friend what price are you paying Pellegrln Twenty sons Terse Hm Is that too dea- rNodoubtully4not If you fixed the length of the poem- I never thought of doing that When Is ho to bring your cplthala mium Tomorrow morning Tomorrow morning cried the stranger Why you must bo rolling In moneyr What do you mean That you will have to pay for at least a thousand verses Oh what a fraudl exclaimed the bridegroom and rushed off to find Pel legrin In his attic The versifier had Just completed his hundredth verse A Sartorial Freak Food Is chow In the east meals are tiffin and an I O U Is a chit China and India making these addi lions to dietetic nomenclature The most shocklpg sartorial thing visible in the east is the dinner jacket of white duck affected by the British and alas by some expatriated Americans It Is cut very short barely reaching tho suspender buttons and flares widely In front High collar and black tie complete the abominable combination Yet no Briton can eat his evening meal without being thus garbed White duck pants of course cover the unmentionables Tim white suits of Mark Twain and Frank VanderUp which once excited New York are outdone and quite as a mat ter of course New York World Barrett Wendells Pun When Professor Wendell of Harvard entered upon his Sabbatical year he remained In Cambridge some weeks after his leave of absence began and persisted in taking part In the depart mental meeting The head of the department protested Sir said he you are officially absent You are non est Oh very well replied Professor Wendell a non est man fs the noblest work of God Success Magazine A Matter of Choice An old darky servant devoted to General Jackson waited on him In the generals last hours night sifter the generals death a preacher asked Itas tna If ho thought Jackson would go to heavenI know boss cf eil go foah sure but he can of he wants to replied the darky Independent With Duo Care Dignity Is a very proper sort of thing but dont put on too much of it 01 you may be taken for the butler LIpplncotts Constancy of purpose is certalnlj one of the secrets of SUCCQY I All Kinds of GoodCoal Black Coal Round Coal Large Coal Hot Coal Coal that makes no clinkers and but little ash Thats the kind you want ana the kind we want to sell you Why buy poor clinkering slow burning coal when you can get the best such as REX Red AshJ ellioKhd Kensee Jellied skf bout them Try thpaa mid you have then bees Dotitted that we sell them and theres no better Satis action1 gtiaraa teed t1LLou GH3Y scsd Ir44 ConOweFre Wkk the firstsign1ofcO stiiJa bon you resort to of relief such as hot or cold water en yourbreakfastwhen theM failThe majority then start oa salts and catharticwerea1lugo New you should try lust once agate but try something practical and sensible purOlea remedy as thousands can testify la Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which Is guaranteed to be permanent In Its re suIts Its ingredients are such that by a brief use of it the stomach and bowel muscles are trained to again do their youeanotlJuvlllwill Mrs S A HamptonofPortage O To those who are still skeptical there Is a way to prove these assertions without a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell and ob tain a free sample bottle After using it It you are then convinced It Is the rem- edY you need buy a fifty cent or ono dollar bottle of your druggist and con tinue to use it for a brief time until cured The directions are simple and the dose is small It is pleasant to the taste does not gripe and promptly effective and these statements are guaranteed or money will be refunded This remedy is over a quarter of a cen tury old and to personally taken by more druggists than any other similar remedy on the American market Because of its effectiveness purity and pleasant taste it is the ideal laxative remedy for children women and old folks generally pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or absolutely free of charge Explain your case in a letter and he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B Caldwell K500 Cald well building Montlcello HI SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE SILK SPECIAL 10I Fast Train That Carries the Raw Ma teria Across the Continent When a fast mall steamer from Yoke hama Shanghai or Canton the great silk ports ot the orient docks at Vancouver Tacoma Seattle or San Francisco a special train stands ready on the pier awaiting her arrival It Is not the private conveyance of some trans portation king or multimillionaire or of any of the passengers who throng the decks nor does It tarry for the sacks of letters from the far est Its coaches do not shine with the reful gence of varnish and plate glass Their paint Is dull and they are windowless like express cars The side doors to ward the ship are open This special Is the emperor of trains It is reserved for the costliest of all freight raw silk When It starts eastward Its lad Ing will be worth a fortunea million and a halt perhaps two millions ot dollarsA locomotive built for speed with driving wheels greater In dlam eter than the height of a tall man backs dowu and Is coupled on to the cars now sealed and locked and ready steamItakes the main line rails for the lung Journey The silk must be landed in New York in tire days Even the United States mall will not travel faster across the continent flay and night the silk train rushes eastward over mountains and plains across des erts and through great cities It never stops except to change engines Then it halts only for a moment Another giant locomotive oiled and groomed and fit is always waiting to take up the raceIThe silk train Is run as a special It a limited loses time and gets in the way the limited has to fret on a sill Ing while the silk train roars by In a whirlwind of dust The silk special runs on no schedule except that of the greatest speed consistent with safety The chief dispatcher or each division listens watchfully to the news of Us progress coming III over the wires from one signal tower and station after another While the silk train is yet a thousand miles away It Is being prepared for The capabilities ot enl neers and engines are thoughtfully discussed by division dispatchers and trainmasters and the men and ma chines with the highest capacity for speed are picked Tracks are cleared and a thousand details arranged so that there shall be no delay In hurl- Ing this huge projectile across the con tinent Harpers Weekly pIn hat upon his laud a part afire old building containing two very beautiful windows Ho was In debt and embar rassed and eagerly closed with the of fer of a rich archaeologist who bought them Thereupon the government Inspector hearing ot the bargain ar rived just in time to stop the masons from dislodging the windows You cannot be salt to the villager sell antiquities my nina lint excellen llaidiwas uutouch ed Thats nil right lie said TIme money Is safe The windows are no longer your Uut the buyer cant move a stone ot them lie can how ever conic with a camp stool anti sit down and look at his property as much as he likes Sham Wisdom The Sophists were a body of teach ers in ancient Athens during the fourth and fifth centuries B O who gave Instruction In any or all the higher branches of learning Although they were not a philosophic sect and held no doctrines In common the Sophists were nevertheless skepUc and maintained a belief of uncer tninty of all particular knowledge and In fact In the Impossibility of all truth Their two leading representatives were Protagoras and Gorglas The Sophists were charged with bringing reasoning Into contempt by casting uncertainty over the most obvious truths and in consequence were ridiculed and denounced by Arls tophanes Socrates and Plato Aristotle defined a Sophist as a man who makes money by sham wisdom A Remarkable Banquet Party One of the most notorious Hungarian duelists fought his thirtyfifth duel ia 1SSO and celebrated the event by a bas- que to which only those who could prove that they had participated lit at least six duels were Invited There was a room faiLof Each warriors some with faces seamed with scars others minus an ear aa eye or with two or three fingers miaelag The most mark ed of all was a Frenchman wfes had lost bin apes Ja an encounter with Count Adrssey toe statesmen There was only ewe rJ xUos of the rule tnd that WM made In favor of a lady vke bd killed lies man Pretcte HiItTriaawr atttHtlMlraakl the port ly pompons and florid magistrate se cordiBff to the London News 7Mia- cIMw witI stealing a pig V very Mrfew otm In thIs district MM has tern a great deal of pig itMteg and I shall make an example for yw DOM of its will be aaf f MUMfkt MGd rflTfee boor jrwr late Do you before to motel alap tb1rltllelat cfcbnaiw 1 do lIriend the Mcoad M raaa IIIiOwIIa t1ll7 wife thInk i rIght MWHWaUngtoa Herald oC a aaa fcjr hte qmttooi J n GEOGRAPHICAL ODDITIES I sae Peculiar Facts About ThINe GrtUniWd States The following collection of geograph ical peculiarities about the United States and places therein embodies certain unique pilots well worth re mcrnbcrlDg A novel way to demonstrate the size of the state of Texas is to spread out a map of the union and stretch a string across Tcxag the longest way Then placing one endnf the measure at Chi cago one will find that the other end will extend into either the Atlantic ocean or the gulf of Mexico The two largest counties In the United States are Custer county Mont and San Bernardino county CalEllch of these Is a little more than 20000 square miles In extent and the states of Massachusetts Rhode Island Delaware and New Jersey could be put Inside the boundaries of either of them The smallest county in the union Is Bristol county II I which has only tweutyflve square miles About fifty miles from Durango Colo there Is a point where four states meet Here by stepping a few feet In either direction one can walk In four different commonwealths In as many seconds These commonwealths are thcf states of Colorado and Utah and the territories of New Mexico and Ari zona A nearly parallel case w at Harpers Ferry where the train stops a few minutes to allow the passengers to alight and enjoy a view which per mits them to look Into three states Maryland Virginia and West Virginia The highest and lowest elevations In this country are in California within 100 miles of each other The 10ttIestI Is Mount Whitney 14400 and the lowest Is Death valley about 450 feet below the level of the sea Two Oceans pass in Yellowstone park is so named because whenever there is a shower In the vicinity and a certain small creek overflows its waters spread out over the edge of the continental divide and pass into trIbu- taries of rivers which flow to theAt lantlc and to the Pacific Boston Globe POISON TREES They Are Found In Only Two Places In the World In only two places in the world Queensland and the west coast of Af rica can there be found that most re markable of nature productions the Erythrophlocum laboucherl or poison tree Referring to this tree in speaking at a meeting of the Sydney Nat ural History society A Meston for merly protector of aborigines In northern Queensland says that when In full foliage it Is one of the most beau tiful trees In the world The wood Is elegantly grained and marked by col ors and peculiar streaks which readily distinguish it from any other known timber It Is extremely hard and tough and the blacks of the Cape York peninsula use It for making their woomeras with which they throw tile spear The tree bears long rods con taming beans which like the leaves arc fatal to all animal life The stomach of a dead goat or a dead sheep may show only three or four undigest cd green leaves All animals are blind before they die and remain blind if they recover This tree killed sixteen of the Chlllagoe companys camels It killed sonic of the horses and cattle of the Jardine brothers In their expedition to Cape York in 1834 On one occasion it killed several thousand sheep on the gulf rivets Occasionally an aboriginal Lucrezla Borgia disposes of a rival by mixing some crushed beans In a mashed yam or pounded cunjebol and the unhappy Juliet can nevermore gaze upon her lost Romeo Even Inhaling the smoke of the burning wood is said to have a disastrous effect upon ladies who in Byronic phrase arc among those who love their lords consequently It Is never used for firewood except in extreme cases of matrimonial infelicity Lon don Standard Literally So Owing to n change for the worse In the character of the neighborhood a family which for many years had lived in the same house was compelled to sell it and move elsewhere Their old house became a home for aged col ored women One day a member of the family happened to visit it Things were Indeed different within Being one ot those who harbor a sense of humor the former occupant In de scribing his Impressions while among the aged colored women with whom his old abode was filled remarked I may truthfully say the whole complexion of the place has changed New York Times Making the Choir Sing Many conscientious ministers have had trouble with wayward choirs but not all have hud Dr Samuel Wests witty address or management There had been difficulty with the singers and they had given out that they Cbouid not sing on the next Sunday This was told to Dr West Well well we will see he said and on Sun day morning gave out his hymn After reading it lie said very emphatically Yon will begin with the second verse Let those refuse to sing Who never knew our God The hymn was sung The Explanation Mrs Youngbride Mrs Smith says there is lots of cream on her milk bottles every morning Why Is there ncr er any on yours The Milkman too honest lady thats why I fills my bottles so full that there aint ney r no room left for cream Womaifa Home Companion For Rent 19U Residence on sum taititnd storo room on Second street occupied by J B AVal ken also three roomsovenitore tf C T For Ask for a GJov McCreary cl ar Mado in an independent factory and with honest goods Its tine Only a nickel For Sale Nice residence oh corner Firth and North straets Apply tr IX M STEVENSON I II MAIL ORDER I PIRATES LJI IJ o and1II TneYFR millions a year3 for advertisin- gITIwiEpro6tinilhior1LI Spike tberluns with lIc1vertl8inginbiri JDailordersI Ei4 I I ss I GoodTbingstoEat 16 l aITliafi cli we carry Whether its staple like sugar or a fancy table dell I I cacy like imported cheese have It Iand quality absolutely depen Every product that enters tins sto1eImust stand examination I I Each article Is chosen from many Lraads offered because it has proved Iits superior merit Each brand competes for prefennttII IIIbndardand none a on I One of the recent successful contest I I ants for representation in our line is ELECTA I COFFEE I I a smooth and dainty blend of selected highland grown beans the I kSarketS cloicestIdrycuring preserves the genuine coffee favor improves In using Electa Coffee are sure f the finest quality a satisfaction that itself would make Electa worth more than other ctffccs I Compare it with any you ever dranlc I SeIore like the rousing avorIt cad liif rlorioos arom I I fate and So n L t Telephone 35IS SS S S PANTPAINT =PAINT- And plenty of Wall Paper for everybody Our stock is never short never out of date Ask your neighbor about our work and goods Wa L LEEDS Third Street Richmond Ky Ja1B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possible A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET For the Motorists j2 We are offer a special Auto Glove at from 75c to 3 See it and you will buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a disabledautomobile and we do in the right way Ricnmon Motor Plum ing Co1 Inc- orporatedNVWHIiE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Yen Summer Fabrics are now fill Late ing our shelves also a complete showing of S School Dress Materials 7 We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Ourcash systemc of doing business enables us to give our custom- ersEspecially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N V WHITE SfFoetsbllwF maIMOM J 0 0j TO SfTARIRIV ED a a e is a to we or is or in so be as as or it do in r i Cwrecfc will by a ressoa social business Schloss BaltimoreNew Boston showing the models of to because the styles opens stylishTailorMade Cloths They are shown in all the shades are to be seen in our Parlors make selection before thev are picked over are the sole agents Queen Quality Fine Wm Kneelands Fine These two lines of arE the to be in any city are showing all the lasts see our low prices on all of women children we can fit suit save money Our Underwear Men Women and Childrep Complete in Come get our prices save money are showing all the new things in Notions Belts Pius Scarfs Neckwear Hosiery Our shelves counters are creaking groaning the weight ot things in all kings of winter goods the to headquarters see the new styles W OLUHAM AND COMPANY Worn Women needtonicofCardulhavetriedexperimentuse TAKE CAR U iiT The Womans Tonic Yrs Bena Hare of Pierce ila tried Cardui afterward wrote 9was all sorts of breathIwcllTryAT ALL DRUG STORES THIS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RI CICorner Main Second Telephone 3 Watch specialty which special attention No matter how how little the watch damaged particular pride doing the the timepiece will bettor than now Wo jewelry repairing and remodeling the same way Test us with some piece you cannot now F YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY ARE T Y 0 U lljlnterested Lumber Lath 5hingle Doors Sash Etc IfsoSee C f 0 fF i- T ToddEdwards lumber Do p13ebjI Or ard RlchmondK The Ctoes as they M worn the best gentlemen of the and word TheNew Fall Models designed and made by the Master rIailors1Bros Company ThisJirst of new is interest every and young man it notonlygives you but the way toHighGICid Clothes at Moderate Prices Come and See Them Everyone Welcome new and Suit Come your We for Shoes for and Shoes for men shoes best had We new and kinds Come them Get cash kinda shoes for men and you you and you for ir Every Detail and We Belt etc and and under good Get best for you moneycome and D I and sufferer from female trouble had pain IS and Repairing give much defective wotako work good when use J in X2 1- l man correct ladies Farmers Week Will Be An Interesting One For Those Who Attend During the first week ii January beginning the 3rc and lasting through the 6th the Agricultural College oJ the State University at Lexington has arranged to observe Farmers Week This will be the b e s opportunity ever offered for farmers and stockmen ol Madison coonty toavail them selves of the ben fits of the Agricultural College The Swine Beef Cattle Horse sheepBreeders State will hold their annual conventions there on succes sive days each devoting a half day to speeches business etc and the other half to judging work The State corn Growers Association State Corn Show and Corn Schools will also be held at the Col lege during the week Liberal premiums are offered in the various classes in the corn show and equally liberal premiums for farm butter creamery butter farm milk and for certified milk The unexcelled stock of the Col lege Farm and of the magnificent Elm ndorf Farm will be freely used for the judging work etc- Rates of one fare plus twen tyfive cents for the round trip have been secured over all roads The best authori ties in the country on the various classes ofstock etc have been secured for the week All is absolutely free A pleasanter or more pro fitable week for the farmers of Kentucky could not possi bly be arranged Particulars premium lists etc may be obtained by dropping a card to M A Scovell Director Lexington Ky BSSING Pj DoteLui i dvg IIpapez it Ho bywg to ualoci your two deet wk4C Iwpis- Y hi- ttMWfHC Mvhe 1e 1otLc olpIeMi We w al to putyea at ILe Ligdef aL- tMR Oc adrala OryWg jrewpane theoy to ywx deer l x1tf BYttA J t u11IKsT STREET EIzrOf TM11ioriMonD- Lxo Une is Known By Few People The historic Mason and Dix ons Hae is a oaoae thai was given to thebodftryine be twe HMaryla d fcndPiennsyl van aaoQt 150 yj rf ago It joineides with 3V degrees 43 minutes and 263 Seconds north latitude Except lor a distance of 22 miles tne line was marked out by Charles Alasori and Jeremiah Dixoh English engineers They surveyed it for a distance of 258 miles west from the Delaware river between November 13 1763 and December 26 1767 Each fivemile stone bears the coat of arms of Maryland cut on one side of the stone and that of Pennsylvania on the other The intervening mile stones bear the letter P cut on one side and the letter M on the opposite During the progress of the violent debate in Congress in 1820 which resulted in the historic measure known as the Missouri Compromise on the Question of excluding slavery from Missouri ilblin Randolph made use of the phrase Mason and Dixon Lineas the dividing line be tween slave and free stat At that time the crossing of the line from the south meant freedom to the fugitive slave The refeience thus made to the Mason and Dixons line between slave and free states brought the phrase into gen eral use and it continued to designate the line between freedom and slavery until after the Civil War Come to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others Jo and why not you If Skin Affections Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap An Unusual Offer Tile Perry Drug Store says to ever erson belt man woman or child win an irritated tender or itching skin come o our siore and procure i ittle of ZEMO aud n cake ZEMO soar ml if you are not entirely eatisflec vith tba results come back and get your money So confident are wt simpleIZEMO is a clear liquid for external se that Las cured so many cases ot eczema pimples dandruff and other arms of skin eruption ZEUO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest ad most effective treatment for affections of the skin or 4calp whether on infants or grown perons First Meeting At London on the 29th 30th and 31st of this month will be a most important gathering of noted educators the occasion being the first annu al meeting of the 11th Con gressional District Education al Association The program is a most complete one and contains the names of Supt Coates of the Richmond Schools as yell as Supt Crabbe of the State Normal On account of the great area of this district and the many sections that are miles from railroad point it has been impossible to effect an organ ization and hold annual meet ings But the mountain sec tion of the state which make up this district is fast forgongwthe front in edu cational ability and desires and from now on this new or ganization promises to flourish and do great good for the stale along educational lines Nebraska last year produc ed corn more valuable than all the gold mined in the United States and Alaska and worth more than jimr countrys total tobacco crop and wheat ourtolalIAn Epnainitioa for ppjsi enueIcity on JFbruswy 4th 1911 at nine oclocka in Application forms and information in regardto t se examinations may i Qbtipped from L JAdams SeMeeter f tb Locl- LlBOrdofExamrners Rich o1tSecretaryof 1AppliOtiwj flot e the close pf bttthiess cm January i1 i1i t Fitrhousei1dwutrpiktwtMji frv 8CP Crock 6riwouifiwflawn fWat Lick L Ky W totttt yrivsy Pws ession givno1lrL lit tflll C Hon or ddr8A I BUMS A ti WtiBLfftK1 c Tj r niii Roomon the side of the house where svaIwayshasTest of the house There are times the1temperature perloThat greattroubleJhe house The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by other means is to use a- PJRFEcTION I S Ahekte1aioteii ulec1err timeFourwithout smoke or smell fc fontFlflercapand is attached by a chain and cannot get lost pIeventsthewick instantThein an Instant for rewicking Finished in japan or nickel strong durable well made built for service and yet light and ornamental Has a cool handle llen Everyvhtrt If tot al jcarr uriit for dtsoifx drolar to the lucres t fatty PI the Standard Oil Company iJmrporatod GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty Get yougoodsCountry Produce IF YOU CANT COMB Telephone 16 or 223 SeweHMcKinney140142 North Second Street Taylor s OJdhafuInvite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder Oak Heating Stoves The best the market affords We Sell the Best Cooking Stoves Made We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLthe best made TAYLOROLDHAM The FamousT- he ILamp with Diffused Light should always be used where several people sit because it does not strain the eyes of those sitting far from it The Rayo Lamp is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light Every detail that increases its lightgiving value has been included The Rayo is a lowpriced lamp You may pay 5 S 10 or even 20 for other lamps and get a more expensive containerbut you cannot get a better light than the Rayo gives This seasons Rayo has a new and strength ened burner A strong durable shadeholder keeps the shade on firm md true Easy to keep as it is made of solid brass finished in nickelOnce a Rayo User Always One Dealer Evtryuken If not elyam milt far discriftivt arcubrto the lietrtst cgttg cftht Standard Oil Company laerate =Important to ChristmasBuyers We have a houseful of Christmas presents for iouugandoldSGlass and Queehsware Pictures and Picturie Frames Lots of Novelties in China and Glass Toys of every description for the children Everything marked down in plain figures We have iPaperCome BJuettSOil208 E Main Opera House Building TEE FiNi o Assortment of o YEHICLES fc b feu a iaDenfcralKeniuckj are now on display at our jPjKs rjon Water Street n If von need a I V BggyCarriagtt Wagoii W ij fin l c thigin1ibis line it will be interesUog k eoat ijhrfbe quality ao4 priccK of our goods with thee if otherirths c I ColyerWeter I n j rBFBUCKLEYZ OSOTLERS IT SCOTT SeTreasDMRL BAKER T e ttfral Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Both Telephones 964 Opp 5tate University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky TIieLeadfugWarehouse in Lexington fling sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 25 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped looseleaf tobaccowarehouse in the world 509000 squarafeefc floor space 500000 poundscapacity of loose leaf tobaico per day 5 rRedryingi plant of 75000 pounds per day Private track free toall railroads capacity15 cars Ioadedorunloaded under shelter Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room for MOO horses Open Day and Night Wehavesold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon county one of the most experienced warehousemen in the State Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and selling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco throughout the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads The Central Kentucky Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Lexington Kentucky For Sale Few thousand secondbandbrickJD tf 219 Moberly avenue Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco iatbffyorybosrpld 1 Campania Wm S Broaddus Agl tf Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Lumber For Sale Barn bilk and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Writo JiM STEVENS WTirHicKBr tt Richmond Ky Posted We the undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of tres passing on our premises and will prosecute offenders Paralee Fitzpatrick Geo Fitzpatrick Hog Raisers fAre your hogs worth 5 cents per head Woguarantee Bourbon HogCholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from dis casa for 5 cents per head per mouth It cures Cholera kills Worms Stimulates theAppetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly Thisreme dy is used and endorsed by loading hog raisers throughout the country Come hi and let us toll you about it Perrys Drug Store 2t Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your Hair dressed in the newest style bIds and pulLs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 303 6 Mo For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Dons Rcg lets is enough Treatment euros habitual con stipation 250 a her Ask your drug gist for them fR Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build tag Richmond Ky IFor Sale buildteg ols for r and Breok Ave lo6Ati n drainage tthe terY bat Mot desirable fi apartment house or living r89iden Any eae in ter ted in purchase please call pa the ownerJrsDMBrilht or her so- D Bright tf Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Th Northw fl4 rii Mutaal LIiIn- erstee 0o wW lefi mowayitt L roentJIK ftRfI8d iBlpreft4trali- BD X9rie riord O te rw H Aid k4tyO- hrlIa k11tiIig aftc1 ao gift PM y triad M Smsi baeIinvltwi bedt ail minara MiMI Ie t a t toekcf aMurisk twr OtHfeiws work Nw patIrna new ateriairDtt new ideaL c iA m Lo lof Novelties Mkt ao pi tHMdo rtm ttt town ofifMqr dle woHc OompUte year CfciMwu onlOSSaa tMiti Betsys PointersIf I were looking for a real good hus band I wouldnt have to leave Rich mond to find him You probably know tho man I mean The nobleman who makes tho best husband for any woman on earth is not afraid of a pair of overalls And speaking of Groceries the placo to buy is Lackey Todd DealingTelephone The Hot Blast AirtightPlorence Burns Soft Coal or Slack thesmokeandgasesNofilling pipe or flue with soot Nb dirt inside or outside the house t It will burn hard coat and all the gases which escape from the hard coal base burner JtAyill burn wood or s wdtstwet or dry 1iviliproduce onerhaliless ashes than any other stove It or half consumed fuel FOR SALE Douglas Simmons Ueatnerge i Bring YourMmband- v with you to see 1btFREE7SeWingMilthine1 I II hhaawokedwith autonatklockisgdests automaticshop ma hareirHeQC fREEiiewm5OtwaM1 to sew fotthe Iamilv shk a macI1e Bo1yiij 1eJt PIa The Thc8S ts Tkr Ike The biM fttnch kg MII elotiltc wnet5ewgi fttis th rilYsured Sewlag Machine rk yf Atte rllaIItMkc MVfi Tobacco ofr l1bl 01111 I 0 hristmasJqL8 bcL3ornethin that J you will always proud of 3 J cIt LU llXI1flS1Furniture ti Vest tfcr Street BringsJthis year he will be vIse to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts Come and Pick Out the Furniture You Want Clausto5 ture chosen now till wa- ntedBENNETDdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING Tell Central to Give You 110 when you need a fresh supply of coaL Down will go your order on our order book and quickly as possible the coal wilt bo at your door Good Clean Coal Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale tria order will convinceyou that oars is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and our prices are no higher possibly less Fun Weigh or Coil Forfei- tedW1WBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc A clerk to wait on you at onco at tho Racket Store No delays dS3t Oysters celery and thoso nice boll sy good things to cat at Riccis 2t Rooms suitable for offices over Stock tons drug store Apply at Stockton SonntRicci has a beautiful line of cigars put up in special attractive Christmas boxes 2t You aro going to miss some bargains if you dont see our lino before buying your Christmas presents Sowoll McKinney hroughout the state the Got M- cifIIIfCrear cigar is becoming immensly pop u ar They have such a peculiarly de licious flavor If you are not smoking them begin now- BENNETT HIQG1NS Xmas novelties are now open for inspection Smoker Stands Siipper Boxes Taborets Shaving Stands Plato Racks Cedar Chests nnd many others All of theso mako oxctMtu holiday gifts 3t For Sale Second hand phaeton cheap Apply J EGott Richmond Kydl4tf Rooms for Rent One room or whole flat over jheRic1iol- Store Suitable forstore room oroffices Apply to A Dobrowsky d72t For Rent For year 1011 a 3rooms Flat with wa ter Gas and Electricity No 23tNorth Second St J A Hicgins 2tSFor Sale An Everett upright piano finished in Old Mission ant practically new Will soil very reasonably to move it quickly 1rD H Cock at Perrys drug store For Rent Five reGal cottago on Glyndon avenue after Jan 1 Also a suitor oldfashioned walnut furniture for sale cheap Ad dress Mrs TIP Reid 35 Richmond Ave Mt Sterling Ky de cl52t Notice twill stand my Silver CrookRedI hog at my home on Big SLOO Money duo when service is TCn dered I have for sale some nice shoats largo enough for service WB Turley af5n Big Hill Ave For Rent Hndsome two story residenco on cor nor e Fourth and Woodland avenues BnikUB new with all modern con veAleaee and out buildings For fur itiec partkuters ball on Urs Henry LamMflrSr tf Woodl i Ave Notice Any ose fe the city or Mafleoa eewn eazp Acwewor or his Deputy will please ra C flatd Jan Ltd and the Depaty M Ulbe glad to take ye urJ1at or J add silT pmited wopeiq More the Boar of perriwr meet RepL J bibyL57j4- l t Fir IFOR SALE New residence in Bur tf JStono Special low prices on Cut Glass at SEWELL McKlNNFV L R BLinton solo agent for A E Smiths Kanawha Salt Phone 85- Wo aro buying corn See us before you sell J W Zaring Richmond 2t Zaring is buying com Telephone 381 for a beautiful holly wreath or looso holly if you prefer it d42t Improvements The State Bank and Trust Co has added storm doors to the front of its againsttheMoved Offices Judge John Chenault D M Chenault theirIing on Second street having fitted up an elegant suite Joes display of nuts fruits candies and fancy groceries cant bo excelled thingsfor Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star 5c Joe has been hero for many years al ways with the best and tho people know It 2t Red Cross Have you purchased any Red Cross stamps yet Remember every cent spent is a bullet in the right against Tu stampitout of Madison county All WeekaIn another part of this issue is the an nouncement of the all week demonstration at the store of D n Shackolford Co where the Malleable Itango will b shown to all prospecting buyers City Improvements depottorolled by the street department of the city government and it is now one of the MayormceAnother Postmasters in Madison are being changed at a remarkable rate In the past month four have resigned and their successor appointed Tho fifth is John T Freeman who has just succceeded L Lamb as postmaster at Combs in the eastern part of tho county No such an array of holiday goods was over brought to the city as is shown at the Racket Store d83t Dont Forget Dont vorry next week when the Cli max fails to como to the home There will be no issue tho force is on a vaca tion The office will be open for the transaction of all business and the job department will be in charge of the im morgcncy force Big Collection Collector Cooper of this Internal Rev enue district announces that the collections for November in the whole district was 533000157 the largest that has over been made in a single month Of this amountAmlerson county led by a big majority with Madison second Meet in Louisville The Midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association of which Mr A D Miller of this city is President will be holdin Louisville on next Wed nesday and Thursday A theatre party and banquet at the Seolbach aro among the entertainments planned by the CommitteeS Machinery The Normal City Laundry in order to handle its fast increasing business has installed now washing machine of the latest type One good laundry is suM clout in a county like Madison aad no ono should have occasion to send their laundry out of town Boost the homo laundry and thereby make it second to none Our fruits candies and Christmas i goodies are fresh and not heldover stock Joe the caterer 2t Millers Meet Mr Allen Zaring one of the best posted millers Jn the country delivered aivcddress before the Central Kentucky Millet Associaiipa at Lexioftea last week Mr Zadag spoke on The Amount et ceh Discounts that SbwM be alowe SB Shipments The sen sloBS were keM in MM Phoeaix botal 4 bquetwiWiae reof the meetig AtlBeptist Parsonage j alp MawJulU of Ui ipt1t ebUch WaUhmaneCrMarshni Wlollc4rol this city aid Mte Toy Sorttw which took piee at 1kles let 0DIIa1 evethi lM tWea rifeta wtaUvat IB the Ji OIH bj II AIL tbS bm1ialat 4iBttbjrcoort Siip pMnt fpeoIs ri Tbe1baW8jj I Ir ii irriiiI Let Us Suggest Somethin for His Christmas Gift I tfiitSomething hell use and enjoy and doubly appreciate Smoking Jackets Fine assortment of beautiful patterns very appropriate gifts 400 and 500- Handkerchiefs Very popular giftsFine Linen Silk or Cotton with or without initials = lOc to 100 Suit Cases- A gift for a life time 350 to 1 000 Hose Suspenders forgifts man or j THE FOR Masons Gather Round the Festive Table to Honor Grand Master Last Thursday evening will godown the history of the masonic fraternity s one of the most enjoyable gatherings over recorded among the long list of entertainments given by the craft of Richmond The occasion was a ban quet and smoker in complement to Grand Master of KentucKY Masonry Robt R Burnam who is a member of Richmond Lodge No 25 F A M Tho reception rooms wore crowded with those who had come to enjoy the good things of the evening by eight o clock when the spread was announced ready The sumptuous feast consisted of everything tho season affords and it was put on lavishly After tho inner man was satisfied and the cigars passed Judge W R Shackel ford as toastmaster arose and in one of his characteristic speeches gave auhort history of the lodge together with the men it had furnished to hold the high offices of tho state He paid a high tribute to tho guest of honor his masonic record and his worth as a citi zen withIpathos evening in introducing the following speakers Senator McCreary W B Smith Supt Coatcs Supt Crabbo and air A N Sharp Mr Sharp is a Madi son county mason who holds an important office in the Grand Lodge of the state He resides at Red House but holds his membership in Clarke county GrandMaster Btrna was last speaker and his talk 1asf highlyappreciated His was one of the of the evening and was listened to with marked attention by those present He thanked the members of the craft most heartily in preparing the occasion in his honorThere wore many of the craft present from Kingston Berea Kirksvillo and Foxtown lodges and aboutoae hundred sat down at the banquet table Always remember that Sees is the place for Christmas candies 8t farm Sold In Fayotte county last Wednesday the farm known as the Downing place situ ted about four miles from Lexington was purchased at auction by Sayers Fox of thiscounty The place contains 113 acres and brought 8112 per acre It belonged to the widow and children of the ate L B Turley The sale was conducted by J B Noland of Madison as administrator BENNETT HIGGINS Havaa fiae HBO of holiday goods as well as furniture chairs new rugs etc cee early and make your purchase we will put them aside and deliver when you wantthesa d73t Sony NoV Mr George HullMtOf of the bfegeet tobacco growers of the coty Is bemoan- i low of Mv rl hundred dollars of hk b d judgment in Whig eep of tobacco te September when be WM offered 12 ate HWAs not a poe and a Lexington buyer easing hkerop made aa over of licit Thinking that thte price wo W Uk a little fhe he heMewt until the loes leaf market was opeijftd Whao bewwerepe much better tbn hiejowji ufar nine ant tw eente lie gave a hwg tifh and deckred that eyejr agaiB fcr the top market Let TCtaf the jeweler tx jvn ijwUtruarilbt iWW aiUti1 cal i YON from everyone who ith i the Racket Store The prlosa will you Hinrry t r the p4oL 41 and Board Persons having rooms or cottages for rent about January and persons who desire to keep boarders should reprt same at once to J P Culbertson Secre ary to the President at the Normal or o Prof Boothe Breck Ave It Our fine candies m Christmas boxes will please your best girl Ricci sells them reasonable 2ttJones Hurt William Jones son of Samuel Jones janitor of the Baptist church was pain fully cut and bruised last Thursday by falling from a freight car Jones is a brakeman and was on his run from Paris to Corbin when he mot with the accident His friends hero will regret to learn of his Heavy All last week while tho weather here was very pleasant there was a heavy snow in Fayetto nnd the sleet clung to the trees People coming from Lexing ton last Thursday Friday and Satur day brought news of a heavy snow coy ering the ground while hero it was ideal winter weather with the ground clear of any snow whatever Holly wreaths and loose holly for sale at the Richmond cemetery Phone 381 d142t Sell it Here Keep away from whiskey and card games in Lexington after selling your tobaccois the advice given by Night Chief of Police Jenkins to a tobacco man who sold his crop on the Lexington brakes and was relieved of it in a short while in one of the dives of the Fayette capital Sell your tobacco at one of the Richmond warehouses where you can get as much as in Lexington and thereby escape thoitemptation that comes frpm the bad booze and crooked card games that are known to flourish in Lexington The gamblers of Lexington havo pocketed a big roll at the expense of the poor tobacco tenant Wo have a large assortment of Christ mas candies special price in large titles BewaIL A Feast Turkey for Christmas thats what the prisoners in tho county jail are going to have next Sunday Jailer Jones has purchased a number of the biggest gobblers he could find in Madison county and ho will servo them to those in tho county bastilo on Christmas Day along with an ample supply of cran berries oysters celery hot lolls and coffee At present there are about forty prisoners most of these being government sinners sentenced at the recent term of the Federal court Lookat our IngersolTrenton watch 30 year gola use tor700Orctesl watch value ever known Alex King t jeweler 2t No Paper After much careful thought and meditation the force of the Climax has do sided to do away with the issue et the S7th iaet Christmas week 5 Mid take a th8tiReobut all aaxieiy over getting uTthis edi Lisa will be pelJdt1B the niRof11- M8IIlbee ef the feree Thtjobde jNtrtmeot fe auiinl overrun with work and this wilt be Opt in operation every day provided the oeMmUiod of thejoy oiw week and the fvenleh eaciteeinI inoidoot thereto does not render the force unable to 009 yith their ttreaa OM duties With but eas esoepdon iii hh1Itawith exaeiteat mriifli LOCh member of thetilt BSpair in Bind that Uwt office will ZOSpI8U dat Christmas Diay bia3ASaSS1 ItuB piper on the 87th J Suit or Overcoat Hell never doubt the quality or style 4f it comes from this store Make your selection and if the size is wrong well cheer fully Prices run 1 000 to 2500 A Fine ShoesHanan and None better few as good tol HosieryFine Cotton Lisle or Silk in wide variety 25 to 50c SNeatersIn all styles 50c to Special Holiday Styles JOO to 5UO I For Each says Will to The A well informed of Madison county and one who has studied he tobacco question for many years its growth sale etc stated to a represen tative of the Climax that he believed tho business of raising tobacco should be controlled if possible by a county board each county to have a separate and board lIe would have each grower in a county to organize a board of control and said board to portion out ow much each member is to raiso dur tho year He believes that this or similar plan is the only way to keep prices up to like thoy have been as it is after all by supply and demand that the market is guided bysIf a grade system should be adopted by all the farmers it would bo a great thing for both the buyer and seller The tobacco that is being sold this year so- arf has been very poorly graded and this in itself has a tendency to keep the prices down The farmers should meet and get up somosort of concerted action and han dIe the subject in an and manner Not a large stock but ono of tho pretti est in the city in jewelry Just tako a look KING the jgwolry 2t The members of Command ery No 10 Knights will hold special services next Monday morning at 11 oclock in the Asylum Masonic Temple It will bo a special Christmas service and everyone is invited Special lo attend In full uniform Light An An article on tho subject of Tile Meaning of Truth written by Dr 0 C Marshall Pastor of the Baptist church has been accepted by Clarks a In Boston and the first chapters in tho January number It is to run thru five or six issues Dr Marshall is another article on the general subject of Evolution which will appear later on The many friends of this popular minister as well as his will read these scries of articles eagerly A dollar at the Racket Store will go a far as five at other places If udou it step in and fj Civil An for clerk and carrier wilt be held In this clty on Jan7 tim Age limit 18 to 45 years oa the date of the oxamin Joiit Married women wilt not be ittei to the This iH l uprfy to wom wlo divorced or those who are w meet onlf M eterk i SoUa aiMJ s mut Mot Vo lOsJf k Mig 1ll WithQU boott iir Mioec awd weljfh oet lees tbe lU ewith ut o t rw bIshksaad formMM rUve W the ex i dwtiw etc 4bV ini 4 LP r 0 eMUry r a- mht Rchto f ift1 1 I Big Run The Central Cigar Company is enjoying a big holiday run and Kunk is sending out attractive Christmas boxes which are suitable for TIc Gov is becom g a most popular brand as well as the- o1 SOto Ring 193 And have your laundry called for Good work and prompt delivery guaranteed Oftico W Main street opposite Strother Gott Agt 1221lm The Ice In Nearly all in this county who havo their own ice houses tooJ of the freezo last week and gathered in a supply for tho warm season In many places it was six inches thick on tho ponds and the houses were filled to Madison county farmers are o adept at packing ico that many of them throw out several chunks of the last years crop which they had been unable to use on account of an over supply to make room for tho now crop A doublo affair will Ce oOIr John Norris and Miss Virginia Mr John Burton and Miss Owen Griggs which will bo solemn ized afternoon the 27th at the Methodist church College Hill before a largo number of friends and relatives of the parties Rev Kelley will be the minister and the church will bo decorated for the occasion A number of Rich mond friends will atte llMiss Wil loughby is a girl and is quite pretty and her fiance is a well known farmer of Mob rly Both Mr Burton and Miss Griggs are residents of College Hilt At the home of Elder A J Tribblo in the country last Mr William Noland and Miss Lucy B Todd were united in Elder Tribblo offici ating Tho young couple reside in the Sloberly section and are well known i JThe the Herald will bo r more than a passing pleasure by many Richmond friends of thobride Dudley T Wilk orson and Mrs MattIe P were married this tho residence of tile brido on avenue Mr is the Omnibus Transfer the bride who was formerly Pigg of Richmond was the widow of W T a brother of tho of today BoUt the bride ard groom arc members of families in ontral an4 are widely known find popuLir A of the wed tBrgof today waS that W T was twieb married each of his wives having been a Miss Pigg white was married today thus twice been Hi rried to a Mr Rev B T Pinkerton was the e1ciat lug minister he hayiny been an old friend oflhe brides family and former of Vadison Female Institute at which the tride la her sQliool wasatt tet ooct oiJj a few iatimato rie d ef the couple being pwMi Tbn MteHhMM wereF CWtlbb the grooms iatimate friends Kaid- In the How fa Ja kMo owalfi Short and Ii1 MsWda still list d trofied uvI0 the largest outfit Urty hvo ever captured Tb opr oniUd bolojo the t ld dae 4 b Ot thsfraM iMf oer a eber of the poss j by her After She His Hand in A special from Enid Oklahoma last says Miss Florence Hayes eighteen years o w homa this afternoon by William Moffet a farmer years of age be causo she resisted his attentions totward her After firing five shots into her body Moffot lay down beside her body put her arms around his neck and then sent a bullet through his own brain Two small children who were playing in the yard at the time gave tho alarm and when reached tho scene both were dead Miss Hayes came to Oklahoma from Madison county about a year ago with Mr and Mrs W D Metcalf with whom she made her home They moved to Kremlin nine miles from from Jefferson two weeks ago nd since that time Moffet had been keeping company with her Hot rofusal to marry him caused the trouble which resulted in the murder Moffet lived with his widowed mother on a claim they settled on during the opening and was wealthy Mr and Mrs W D Metcalf left this county about thirteen months ago for Oklahoma and the Hayes girl who had been making her homo with them them They resided near Waco and were well known Residents of that section of Madison say tho Hayes girl came from Clay county several months before the Mctcalfs loft hero for the west and that she was a beautiful young girl The Racket Store can sell you Christ mas goods much cheaper than you can buy other places d73t Read It Prof Smith of the Normal School is writing on Plum Culture in next weeks issue of the Climax and every body should read it It is the third of a series of articles by Prof Smith written for this paper on Fruit in Be sure and read next weeks article If you havent back ntnrbors these articles come in at once Elect At a meeting of the Directors of the Grocery Co held in that city last Friday two Madison county business men were chosen vice Presi dent and Mr V L Cotton of and Mr J W Dales of Borea been to these ofllces This new firm which will begin business on January 1st is com posed of several Madisoa county capital lets and seems to have a bright future There will be 35t000 worth et stock iwued Of this araowt 511006 has been soul and the be offered to retail dealer and salesmen Son beautiful gifts at Riecis in fiae OHndk fruits and fancy To lhih will cia Ani lUM year far LowBlU = vL MHfja similar powtkw to the on wc u fee the oflUl lpP w w mHot til He hws be o Deputy Cot Jeciof M tot tbepMt year and hb t rrHory em bnoes many of the mountaiB oountie He isooe of the beei revenaa men in Ae c to 500 1 or or to 500 to 0 to B Handkerchief Matched and Ties Cuff Buttons Fine Collars Buttons Fancy Vestsallsuitable any boy STORE QUALITY Bumamt principalVpeeches wvCHIaooouDt Boidfapoeitvg ljh411io1dout Rooms misfortuneh Sleeta Mckinney exchange WalkOver 350 600 400 Separate County Expert Help Solve Tobacco Troublelu agriculturist independent cooperative anything intelligent businesslike Attention Knights Templar Ricbjnond Templar ver1pleasantexpected refreshments wUlpbosorved Honor PsychoMetaphysical Richmond BookHerald magazine published willappcar preparing congregation lookedjI ed73tService Examination examination atthepostofBco examination prolJW howeveVidee CMlvK4pieaata ubpyslca11y patsthanet4Itehes aUeadO iliJOc quWIcsiss eslnr1oaiti- onts pnwiiMM inIaIMy UMBRELLAS Kentucky Manager McCroary GlyndonfHotel Winchester Laundry advantage overflowing Marriedathowedding Willoughbynnd Tuesday contracting ofllclating elaborately Richmond Thursday marriage folldivingifrom Lexington eaiywiih Vlikcrsen flfternoonat KonJucky Wilkerson mangerof Courtu MissMattio Wilkerson bridegroom prominent Kentucky personally singular circumstance TVilkersoh his- widowwho Wilkefsos principal graduated rLTl1e wedding H4ckndI iwotast Another Lkksection TlarahwenkaM 1dgMti wrItadJ oupIated Dd1IJepwtfr1a Madison Girl Murdered Lover Refused Marriaget Wednesday Jasthirtyfive neighbors accompanied exclusively Growing Kentucky containing Officers Winchester Secretary Cbttpnburg appointed respectively preferred remainder QhrktBaas roeenM2tLouisville AtIkit sruwfMoelvdun wkitdquartew Btohnobd tenlaat1 Fine Hats All the newest styles 100 Gloves For dress driving automobile SOc NeckwearM assortmentin50c 15- 0Mufflers Couldnft please him better 25c 250 Bags Collar COVINCTON BANKS bssWa7 Board DEATHS Tuesdayfromdeath of William Rodes Greek lie was ingheretloatSan Luos Opispo California He was sixty three years of age and unmarried Besides his father Kev Dr Kobt L Breck boh survived by four sisters Mrs Lucas Brodhead Versailles Mrs ane Moran of Palo Alto Mrs Thomas of Pittsburg and Miss Sallie Breck of Palo Alto The deceased was a nephew of Judge Charles Breck of his city The remains arrived in Richmond Saturday and were interred in the local cemetery Sunday with funeral services at tire grave by Dr Scanlon of tho Presbyterian church A brothpr Dan Breck accompanied the remains here John Rout and Lucas Broadhcad of Versailles were hero to attend tho fun eral A telegram received hero Thursday announced the death of Mrs Nannie Fish which occurred early In the after noon of that lay after several weeks illness at her home in Jessamine county Deceased was the mother of Mrs Brutus Olay of this city and the lato Dr W II Fish of Nicholasvillo besides Mrs Emma Dulaney and C S Fish of Lexington She was a native of Boono county near Covington but moved to Nicholasvillo in 1877 The funeral services were conducted last Saturday at the residence in Nicholas villo by liar J W Crates pastor of tire Methodist church and Rev Adcock of the Baptist church and burial followed there A telegram announcing tho death of little fiveyearold Bcttio Ford flack burn which occurred last Saturday in Oregon has been received by relatives here Deceased was the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Blackburn of BaKer City that state Tho mother will be remembered as Miss Bottle Breck formerly of this city and the sympathy of her host of friends will io out to tho parents in this sad hour The telegram contained no particulars The death of Howard Ed wards which occurred at Baxter Terin last Thurs day is still shrouded in mystery Mr Edwards was a son of Ossian Edwards a prominent business man of Paris and his wife was Miss Nancy Royce of this county daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Royce who reid cu tbo Boones boro pike Tho body of Mr Edwards was discovered in his room at a hotel pierced by three bullet wounds and it is not known whether ho took his own lifo or was assassinated but the evidence so far points strongly to the work of an enemy with whom ho had lied trouble a short time before being found dead Howas well known in Richmond Mrs Edwards has been with her sister Mrs Oldham in this city for some timo and was in Richmond when tho news came of tIre death of her husband Mr Edwards had been in tIre South for about three years whore he was en gaged in the lumber business in which his father was interested It is learned tITenn with a view of taking a partnership in the American Lumber Coof Pittsburg Pa and had expected to bo at hom with his relatives Christmas Hi father Mr Ossian Edwards who was ia Nashville left immediately for Baxter to accompany the body to Paris Mr Edwards was about thirty years of age Letters Tho following unclaimed letters are at Richmond postomce for tIre week end ing December 20th Persons for call ing for same will sayAdvertiscd Barns Henry Mrs Brown Annie Miss Chenault John Mr Greening Warren Mr Cook Baraly Mr Floyd AC Mr Floyd Elllo Miss Gay David A Mr Glover Leslie Mr Harris John Mr 2 Million nail Mary Miller Eliza Mrs Parks Annie Miss Peters Thomas BlUe Mr Riddle Etta Miss Richmond Milling Co Richardson Millie Taylor C E TorrillThos B To Manager Cincinnati Tobacco Co West Dave Mr White Jim Mr White Jesse Mr Ambrose Lula Miss Barber Mane- Biggerstal W a Mr Board of Trade or selection CurryObeMrDoty Embry BlUe Miss Harper G L Hicks Hiram Mr Joshian Lillio Mrs Millie Jim Heal Estate Agent Rico Maggio Miss Santa Claus Shanks Eugene Mr Shank JE Mr Talbot W a Mr Tcrrill K B Capt Tcvis J IiMrT- homasWihlMr WilhianwMrs aC Wallace P M King Won J D King was the lucky person ia the drawing contest Saturday ovenjnjri at Creekmores soft drink parlors No 7 drew tho big goose T Badly Ruptured if Some men are anti then devto apply a truss till his case becomes serious If your husband dont take care Af himself in this matter see triYt itthat hie avoids trouble Jalert by advising him to Apply a Truss Right Away We fcare every tniM iJtthoiitijl trwi rNbber stock ing1ete J Xmas Givers J For Men tJ Suits t Raincoats Overcoats Fancy Vests f J Neckwear f tJ Shirts HoseUmbrellas Gloves 11ulers Suspenders House Slippers Hats Caps Suit Cases Trunks J Pocket Books t J For boys 1Toys Overcoats Hats Caps Gloves IIoso Shoes f Umbrellas TaII Paper Window p Shades i tHome J t Clothes f For Women Scl or Furs Shlrwaists Slipper Shoes Nullifiers V Silk PetticoatS Handkerchiefs + Gloves Stationery Belts Largo Purso Silk Hose Tfcckwcar v Ribbons Sweater Coats Jewelry Suit Cases- Trimmed Hats 213 West Main Men Fresto Overcoats 1L1O 1250 j 15 A nice assortment of these Over coats with two collars one collar- Beneath the other but be detected in either position They look like any other Overcoat but whenjthe collar is turned itfits under the chin Itis Overcoat of the moment and is very much in demand Mens Suits and- Overcoats 1250 15 These Suits and Ove juris a made of pure worsted materials tailored fit perfectly and are very desirable patterns Shopping Suggestions for Gift For Girls Toys Dolls Ribbons Gloves lloscVShoes Coats HatssEar Sets HaniJsrchiors Stationery lTXmas Blankets and Comforts SOOO Blankets all wool3418050 Blankets all wool 40S 500 Blankets all wool r 3 8 Comforts 125 11S 200 and 29S WINDOW GlASS and Putty taI1 tisizes prices always the lowest i We Put 1a Mass ofGood WILlGING Street cannot 10 Perfumery Paints Oils- YarnishesPictures Primes and Mirrors Mens Neckwear J Holiday Novelties in pure rich silks beautiful new Persian popular plain colors Christmas tints neat J figured and striped effects rfI 25 35 and 50cents Areoplanes Toys Pianos l DollJIpjnKs Dolls Dogs Horses Cows Lions Teddy Bears Birds Books Dishes GoCarts Buggies JTables all kinds of Doll Furniture Rag Dolls Bisque tal Esquimo Dolls Trains Fire Engines Automobiles IFlying Machines It J E VELDER Main Street Richmond Ky e New Meat Market W1VI Jennings COt Second Street Parks old stand the finest of Fresh Meats Always on Hand- Vegetables Fresh I and always the best Game in season For the best telephone 670 If we cant handle the best we wont handle any We solicit your trade we M Jennings Co Telephone 670 lJ The Royal Homet J JClothes 11 I Dont Walt===Buy Your ChrIstmas r 4 Presents Now Our cabinets are crowded with Collegian suits and Presto Overcoats the seasons it f latest models We carefully fit you Our interest does not end In you a suit we Jaim to satIsfy you In every partIcular We take great paIns to help yo select a becoming 1 garment that Collegian clothes embrace styles that appeal to every 1f man Snappy uptotheminute styles for men or styles of dignified elegance to istJ- t who i re you tI at prices to please everybody Come see and judge for yourself Jt Shoes Hats Caps Gloves Cltett 3 ShIrts Special Patterns for the Holidays A Silk Scarfs Phoenix MuHlelsn itIlcolorst Silk iit H Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Hose and Combination Sets Ties t Handkerchiefs and Sox ttomatch Silk Suspenders Fancy Vests Scarf Pins Shirt Links Tie Clasps Watch Fobs Walking Canes and Umbrellas House J Slippers in all colors for ladies and men Bath Robes SmokingJack FY etsf Pajamas Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Bags l i We cordially invite you to visit our store You will have polite attention and ri courteous treatment whether you wish to buy or notF i Respectfully IlSTANIFERo Sorner Secono and Main oIIr Richmond Kyr PhooeJOO U uug Q THE PLANETS They All With Th4rt atellile Fah hibit PIMMM Like the Mom tecardttiemoonaathe Tbibtte phases anch as the ijwirtec the half and the full As fc matter of fact all planets and their satellites exhibit separately such phases and most of them can be easily seen with a small powertetescope Thus Mars and Venus which are comparatively close to the earth show through the telescope at times n beautiful crescent at others a half plinet fully as brilliant consid ering the distance as does satellite At times also the planets suffer eclipse just as the earth the moon and the sun and these eclipses are foretold with as great accuracy As to Just what causesithe phases say of the moon Js easy to comprchead by a homely analogy If ope stands In a corner of a room places a globe of some description In the next corner and a light In tho third corner the phenomenon of the half moon Is seen The light representing the sun shines of course on half the globe representing the moon but the observer In the corner sees only half of the surface toward him Illuminated If now the light be placed behind the observer and a little above his head a full moon will be seen the sun however shining on the same area of surface as before merely allowing this time a view from tho earth of the whole amount of illumination All the phases can be demonstrated In this manner by mov ing the moon directly outward from cornerOne greatest discoveries of sci ence is duo to observation of the eclipses of Jupiters moons It was found that when the earth was in the part of its orbit nearest to Jupiter these eclipses occurred sixteen minutes earlier than when it was in the farthermost part whereas by nil rules of astronomy they should havo occurred at tho same minute each time It was deduced from this that light was not instantaneous and consequently took sixteen minutes to traverse the diam eter of the earths orbitn dtgtaucn Qr bout 2GOGGOGu inucs Urns giving to light a velocity of 180000 miles a second which was accurately shown later by other experlmentsSt Louis no public j WATCH SPRINGS Not Surprising They Break Consider ing the Work They Do The mainspring of a watch does not unwind at a uniform rate but intermittently It is subjected to a sudden Jerk at every tickfour times per see ond for my watch This makes 313 times per day and over 120000000 times per year This operating condi tion Is analogous to others discussed In Kents Mechanical Pocketbook under tho heads of Relation of the Elastic Limit of Endurance Under Repeated Stresses and Resistance of Metals to Repeated Shocks Among other things it says IAnother long known result of ex the fact that rupture may be caused by a succession of shocks or Impacts nono of which alone would be sufficient to cause It Iron axles the piston rods of steam hammers and other pieces of metal subject to continuously repeated shocks Invariably break after a certain length of serv ice They have a life which Is lira Ited Wohler found In testing Iron by re vented stresses not impacts that In one case 400000 applications of a stress of 000 centners to the square Inch caused a rupture while a similar bar remained sound after 43000000 applications of a stress of 300 centners to the square Inch One centner equals 1102 pounds Tho mainspring of a watch Is not only under a consider able tensile stress but also under a bending stress when suddenly released then immediately stopped by the es capement mechanism It Is then prob able that its molecular cohesive pow er deteriorates in a manner similar to those quoted Scientific American Von Bulow of Gentle Nature When first Von Bulbw was Introduced to me I almost avoided him on account of the many stories of his irascibility his erratic disposition his offhand treatment of the public his brutality toward musicians and many other crimes of this sort On closer acquaintance with the great pianist I experienced some astonishment to find him a man of strong mind yet gentle nature enthusiastic artistic to the fin ger tips and well bred though of an exceedingly nervous temperament Irascible he might have been at times but I am sure that the moments of un governable anger were always provok ed by peoples stupidity or by some un pardonable mistakes in musical execu tion From Modjeskas Memoirs in Century The Text The minister had preached on tho text Why halt ye between two opts ions and upon little Coras return home from church her grandmother asked what the text was I dont remember exactly answer ed Cora but It was something about ft hawk between two pigeons Chica go News Fooling the Boy Why did the cow Jump over the moon pa 1 suppose it was a sort of early ex- perIment in aerial navigation New York Press Almond Oil One hundred pounds of almonds yield ford eigbt pounds of oU Careworn man has In nil ages sown faulty to reap despair Goethe For Rent Residence and six acres of land near city limits on Big Hit pike Apply B B Boon tf li D No 1 Berea Ivy I had been troubled with constipation fortwo years and tried all of tho best physicians in Bristol Tonn and thpy could do nothing for mo writes Thcs Williaihs JliJdlcsboro Ky Two pack ages of iChamborlainS Stomach and Liver Tablets cured mo For sale by Stockton Son dlm Stop itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hhxs herpes cabbies Doans Ointment At any drums store dlm AnsetlRce seats troll SHERIFF Wfnre luHlorized to nnnounce 13LWI5R DEATH KAGB a tnndlilnte for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the nctlon of Democratic patty WearerJatlGiizedtonnnounscIOfNNeisALDK Don county subject to the action of the nn Ve are lu lzed to announce AnJO- NESatcnn4tdatefarSheriff of Nudi-smcountyo the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDEXa FXJAMINpertnteudcot of l t Schools of MsKlixxi heDCfttticfOR JAILER Weare imiioclzed loannounceMOROAlf TAYiO HdWBte for JnllerolMaUison count iw OClstteactioaotthe Demo cratic putt FOR ASSK39OK we o e4 to sarwwnce W V 40t4ortDemo lcPmLt3 CTBPK We are 6ntborti d tlUllJiDUa LaR1lC- House esadkta for County Clerk of- Madllloll CDmIy to tIM act1oa of Demoewttc panr This is the chiefI requIsIte for making Perfect payF ROYAL PowderAbsolutely jThe only made Baking from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grape No Alum No Lime Phosphate In an interview with tho Lexington correspondent of the CourierJournal Editor Samuel J Roberts of the Lex ington Leader gives the following reasons for the slump in Kentuckys growth in population- As an offhand opinion I would sug gest that our miserable tax laws the in security of lifo and property and tho generally low moral tone of our political system have had much todo in making Kentucky such a laggard that its gain in population in the last ten years was only half as great as tho gain in the pre ceding decade and only about onethird of the propriate gain of the entire United States Capital is timid to invest in Ken lucky lifo is held too cheaply property is not always safe from confiscation or destruction our election laws are thor oughly partisan our Lojyslatures are Intolerant and vioious in their treatment of every subject that can be twisted to political advantago and lawbreakers are too influential in our courts All of these things combineto make men hesitate to come toKentucky or to invest capital in the clovolopcment of its resources Kentucky is a delightful State in so many ways and its people generally aro so contented with present conditions and have had so little experience in modern industry and commercial development that they do not turn naturally to the class enterprises that havo made other States rich and populousWith our own disinclination to de velop our great natural resources cod ditions ought To bo made more inviting to those who would come among us if life property and political rights were more secure and to this end men of all parties ought to pledge themselves that the State may make a in the next decade The quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger from pneumonia and other serious diseases B W Hall of Vavcrly Va says I boliovo Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely the best preparation on the markeT for colds I have recommended it to friend and they all agree with mo- Ifforsaloby Stockton Son dUn Tim Democrats stood pat on Mr Bal lingers oust from office but the Repub licans declare ho was persecuted arid brought in a report oxhoncrating him Piuchots charges will be upheld some day Ho know what crookedness was going pn and tho Republican party is now paying dearly for it Tho wholo country is tired of the mismanagement the JiO P has been guilty of If Bal lingpr wasnt guilty hod have sense enough to resign Isis name gill go down along sldb that of Benedict Arnold and other traitors r What Cures Eczema VVo liavp had so minyinquirles Iabiv regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that we arc glad to make our answer public After careful investiga tionwe have found that a singifo wasb of Oil of Wiutergrcon as compounded in hD ican bo relied upon We would not maico this statement tot our patrons friends ancl neigiibcrs unless we were sureof itantltflthougit there Bra mnnysOCilIltEczet11 rcmbdios sold TO ourselves unKcsltntingly recbm menVim 1XrescrptfotiR Because We knew that ltgcsi- atal1t relief to that torturing ilph Ilcquse DvD starts the cureatt- tbefajMdatton of the trouble a JtqMtHfcbrK cleanses soothes sad 1 1h sida Bee ifeer It enables Nadirs to re- palriiieraagesofdiseaser BiawfcB The records of teayiww f- eGiD1et rf eu H of blot aMa meetaetkutLolivessitoW thM i Dbb- is Way d ss tGa efssd WSlt r Alasps Cure Prop into if rtor tedgy got trt Flos9sl Tobac W rId I Sizes Up Situation in Ken tucky With Startling Statements In striking editorial The Burley Market Demoralized the Tobacco World t1e lead ing tobacco trade journal xof America makes statements about the situation in Ken tucky which are startling for candor The significance of the pooP fai lure and the criminal advantage being taken of the growers help Iessnessare plainly sVt forth The Worlds s Since tile Burly pool for this year hats fallen to pieces the prices of tobacco in the Kentucky district have been hitting the toboggan with startling speed Tobacco which under normal condi tions would sell for 18 to 20 cents is going begging at half that price The tobacco man ufacturers are inclined to stay out of the market until the price strikes the bottom mak ing only such purchases as they need from time to time and not attempting to cover their future needs Its predicted bya large manufacturer that the lowest grade Burley will yet sell five cents a pound and the highest for not more than 15 cc nts figures which have not pre vailed for at least the last five years And judging by their present trend of prices this fulPfillmentThe tobacco brokers who went into the market when the pool was first disrupted bought freely at prices which they are sure to rue In stead of squeezing the manu facturers the brokers them selves are now being squeezed and the loss will be tremend ous In closing the editorial the World says Tobacco plant ers under the present conditions will have ample oppor tunity for reflection and we hope they will learn their les son wenrf Heavy impure blood makes a muddy8 pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Bitters makes the blood rich red purere stores perfect health Dire Distress i It is Near at Hand to Hundreds of Richmond Readers Dont neglect an aching back Backache is the kidneys cry for help Neglect hurrying to their aid Means that urinary troubles follow quickly Dire distress diabetes Brlghts disease Profit by a sufferers experience Mrs Mary Hinsdn 2lStrother St Mt Sterling says I beliovd that if I had not sed Doans Kidney Pills I would not be living today My health was very poor and two of ourbest physicians stated that I had diabetes and could not expect to recover They gave mo a year to prepare for my sad fate The kidney secretions yere unnatural and contained sedimentamI al times my body bloated I was nervous and suffer ed severely from headaches and dizzy spells during which spots floated before my eyes 1 often hail a grasp Something for support My back was also very weak and I could not stoop to button my shoes in fact I could hardly get around I was so much impressed by a testimonial given in favor of Doans Kidney Pills lhat Ifclecided to try them until I was in good health have but little trouble from my kidneys now thinks to Doans Kidney Pills For sale byail dealers Price 50 cents KosierMilbnru Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States anEantitakoTheyre Cheap You can buy a safety razor for 10 cents now A local dealer is displaying this new invention and many people areattraqted to the show win dow It comes complete for the above price SCDDsErnulsion is the original has been rilestandardforthirtyfiverears tThereyare thousands of asocalledEmulsions but they are not=they are simply imi rtations which are never as ggad a they original Thcy are Uketiin milk t t GO3CSb i 1toicic like a t heavycrearil I II ihtrit tbiIIlo- it lf rwi al b- clfui tY1t th1fu CtWIByuilr Paioer aa4 ebI I14b ar tr and O34 atcteltinook Goon uY pm BOA 11 DOWN 4Q tc fmH tat Ntw Yeah HOT BLAST Globe Air TightHOT L Burns Slack or Without Smoke or Soot Heats double space heated with half thee fuel Glean neat 1 The- Y Kind to Buy for i Service t A money saver people who want a at itrationSOLD EXCLUSIVNLY BY y WD Buckley Q East Main Street NOTIC I am paying higkest cpi forfides and Wool Will treat you = lght I HIGHEST MARKET PRICE fURS Ring 363I M WIDESVRICHMOND KENTUCKY Persian 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