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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 8. 1911 swer the interrogation that his very existence there alone presented. Her future, her present, indeed, should nave engrossed her mind. What she was to do, how she was to Uve, the terrible problems In which his presence on the island involved her should have been the objects ot her attention; they should have afforded' food for thought to the. keenest, of women. She simply forgot them in her puzzled wonder at him. It would have been much simpler from one point of view if she had found the Island uninhabited, and yet since the man was human and aUve, In spite of her judgment, her heart was glad that he was there. She motioned to him to sit down and then she sat In front of him and studied him. He looked as little like a fool as like a knave. She could. Indeed, detect no evidence of any intellectual capacity, but she thought, as she studied him keenly, that he possessed Unlimited intellectual possibilities. 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T v. . use nothing in the way of materials on your n I; except such as I invite 3011 to inspect at all times T.n-being applied to voivr bouse, etc. Also,.IjwilL roc iate share of your patronage, and promise you in return for same honest work and materials. v. '1 o Ver' respectfully yours, W. L. LEEDS Third 5treet Richmond, Ky Y TALKS WQRLD LISTENS 'YOU CAN'T BE HEARD THOUT A BAN K ACCOUNT Cj; risU WO, b. the Standnvrd AJ Xfc. man without money THE no voice in the affairs of today, and no matter what he seeks his appeal by the is fact that hlTlias money in the bank. stcerfghned State Bank and Trust Company RICHMOND. KENTUCKY WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORT DAILY ON SALE VIA TO v ALL eqOipmekt electrically LIGHTED DINING CAM SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE The Primitive Norm. Whether she had fainted or fallen asleep, she did not know, but tnis one thing she was sure. It had been dark when consciousness left her and It was now broad day, although the. light Deemed to come to her with, a greenish tinge which was quite unfamiliar. The transition between her state of yesterday and that of y was as great as if she had been born into morning Trom the womb of midnight and like a young animal she drank it in blindly with closed eyes. She could hear the thunderous roaring of the breakers crashing" upon the barrier reef. Alone her boat had been wrecked in the darkness of the night before the sund softened and ' mellowed by distance came to her in a deep, low accompaniment to the sharper and nearer sounds of the birds singing and the breeze rustling gently through the long leaves of the trees overhead. , The dry sand on which she lay was soft and yielding and made a comfortable bed for her tired body racked with weary days in the constraint and narrowness of a small boat. It was warm, too. She had been drenched when she scrambled on the shore and fell prostrate on the beach, retaining Just strength enough and purpose enough to crawl painfully inward to where the tall palms grow before she lapsed in whatsoever way it might have been into oblivion. Incoherent thoughts raced through her bewildered brain; each one, however, bringing her a litUe nearer .the awakening point of realization. Then there ran through her young body a primal pang which dispelled the tremulous and vague illusions which her fancy had woven about herself as she lay warm and snug and sunny at the foot of the tall trees, and she realized that she was frightfully thirsty, so thirsty that she did not know how hungry she was. The. demand for the material awakened the animal In her. Her thoughts centered Instantly; they were at once localized on one supreme desire. Coin-- ' cidently her eyes unclosed and she sat up blinking in the strong light. The rising sun still low on the horizon smote her full in the eyes and left her for the moment dazed again. She sat leaning upon her hands extended behind her back staring seaward, saying nothing, thinking nothing, until a strange sound to the right of her attracted her attention. It was a sound made by a human voice and yet it was like nothing human thatJhe had ever heard. It was a wordless, language-les- s ejaculation, but it roused her interest at once despite her material cravings. She weakly turned her head and there standing erect with folded arms looking down upon her was a man. He was unclothed entirely save for a fantastic girdle of palm leaves about his waist. She stared at him puzzled,, amazed, affrighted. He .returned her look with an Intent curiosity in which there was no suggestion of evil purpose, rather of great Incomprehension, an amazing wonderment. There was nothing' about him, save the fact that he was there, which should have caused any alarm in her heart, for with a woman's swift mastery of the possibilities of the other ser, she noticed in her vague terror and wonderment that he was remarkably good to look at Indeed, she thought that she had never seen so splendid a specimen of physical manhood as that before her. ,In color he was white. Save that he was bronzed by the tropic sun, he was perhaps whiter than she was. His hair, which hung about his head in a wild, matted tangle, not unpictures-que- , was golden; his eyes bright blue. Beneath his beard, unkempt but 6hcrt and curly, she could see his firm, Hps. His proportions were clean-cu- t superb. He was limbed and chested like the Apollo Belvedere. In him grace and. strength strove for predominance. He was totally unlike all that she had read of the aborigines of the South seas.. It was the man who broke the silence, as It had been the man who had broken the spell of her slumber. He made that queer little chuckling noise in his throat which sounded familiar enough and yet she had heard it from the lips of no man before. It meant nothing to her except that he who stood before her at least was not dumb, although the noise he made was eertalnly no articulate speech as she knew speech or could imagine lt At any rate It was a stimulus to her. She opened her own parched Hps and strove to make reply, but her thirst, with a rising terror and nervousness made "her dumb and no sound came forth. The man might be .preparing to kill her. He could do so, if he willed, 6he thought, but she must drink or die. If she could not speak, she forward could make signs. raised her arm, hollowed her hand and dipped as if from a well and made as if to pour It into her Hps. Then she stretched out both her hands to him in the attitude of petition. The man stared hard at her. His brow wrinkled. It was such a simple sign that any savage-woul- d have comprehended it, she thought, and yet it appeared to her. watchlnc in desnalr. that it took a long time for the idea to beat into" his brain. She could wait no longer. She rose to her knees and stretche'd out her hands again. "Water!" she gasped, in a hoarse whisper. "Water, or.I die!" The man had started violently at her speech. Giving iim no time to recover, she went through the motion again, this" time with greater effect, for the man. turned and vanished. "She sank down on the sand too exhausted to follow him even with her eyes. If he brought the water she would drink it and live; if he did not, she would lie where she T$ns and die. She did not care mucin she thought, which would happen. She had so sickened of life before she essayed that open boat, that she believed it was simply aa animal craving ta her which would make tier take the' water la case it to-daShe-lean- ed -- GOOD KETOWWING UNTIL MAY 31, crown mm. rsfi full mimuM, wu. ex any tkxet awt, Qaa 12. aC WNC, rc brimming with 'clear, sparkling liquid, eke felt as though the" elixir of lire had been proffered ier. She seized the bU with both hands &koulbe brasfht her. A si yet wh cocoanut shell he did appear with d TMi-- -t Ascnt. 101 & Mta St. LEXINGTON, KY. me preciuUB wmej myuifu im.uci sjs She carried er arffil 4 vc. This was good in the end, f if that vessel had been the famed Jotunehelm drinking horn, she would have drained It dry ere she Bet it down. As it was, she got but HtUe; yet that Httlo was enough to set her heart beating once lL No other aid to the housewife of the last more. Emptying drop and with that keenness of peris so great, no pther agent so ception which her long training bad N useful and certain in making Intensified and developed, marking the while that it had not been cut clean delicious, wholesome foods by any knife or saw or human implement, but was Jagged and broken as If from a fall, she dropped It on the sand and looked again toward thd man. He held in his hand fruit of some kind, she did not know what it made from was. It might have been poison. What mattered it? Having drunk she must also eat. It looked edible, it was inviting to the eyo and smell, and as she sunk her teeth into it, she found it agreeable to the taste also. He had No No Phomjthmfmm brought ft to her. If be had meant harm, present harm, surely he would not have given the water. She. ate it confidently. As the man saw her partake of what he had given her, he clapped his hands and laughed. She was grateful for that laugh. It was more human than same storm and tide which had borne to him. It was so deathly lonely withthe babbling sounds which he made her ashore had hurled, it also on the out him. He leaped to his feet as he sand. But it had come open in the saw her coming and clapped his hands before. battering and Its contents were piti- as a child might have done, his face There was but little of the fruit, just ably ruined. With eager eyes and fin- breaking out the while into a smile brought- - and what a child would have thitdgain was good for her, for had gers she examined everything. She that was both trustful and touching. a pair of there been an abundance, in her need found intact a little mirror, which was She felt better since she had him unscissors, a little housewife der this control, and together they not a part of the fittings and she won- walked on under the trees. dered how it failed "of being washed away, two combs and a package of CHAPTER II. hairpins. She had fought against starvation Conscious of His Manhood. and thirst and loneliness and despair-- j High noon and they were back at" as she had fought against men and the landing place and she at least was she bad not given way. She had set very tired. Accompanied by the man, her teeth and locked her hands and who made not the slightest attempt to endured hardship like the stoutest guide her, after some difficulty she had hearted, most determined soldier in succeeded in forcing her way through the history of human struggles. But the trees to the top of the hill. Part as the realization of this small mis- of the time she had followed the fortune burst upon her, she sank down course of the rivulet from which she on the sands and put her head in her had drank at the foot of the cliff" She hands and sobbed. Tears dfd her good. was determined 1o get to the top, for She had her cry out, utterly unhin- she must see wnat was upon the other dered, for the man stood by, shaking side. Humanity's supreme desire when his head and staring at her and mak- facing the hills has always been to see ing those strange little sounds, but of- what was on the other side. The stimfering in no way to molest her. ulus of the unknown was upon her, The water was beautifully clear and but it was coupled with a very lively she could see on the other side of the desire begot of stern necessity to know barrier the remains of her boat Per- what there was to be known of the haps some time, if there were need, land upon which she had been cast she could get to that boat, but for the up by the sea. present all the flotsam and jetsam of p Her view from the hilltop she did wild and fearful voyage lay in a not essay the unclothed and Jagged bag full of broken glass peak; she could make her way Gasped In a Hoarse wr.ter-soake"Waterl" She around Whisper. anl battered silver from which she its base and see all that there was to ha i rescued a. pair of scissors, a mir- see was not reassuring. She could she would have eaten until she had ror, two combs, a housewife full of made herself ill. When she had par- rusty needles and some hairpins. O detect on the other side of the Island no more .evidence of life than taken, she rose to her feet Before do- - vanltas vanitatum! presented by that she had first touched Ing this she had extended her hand She was wearing a serviceable dres3 upon. In every direction lay tia to him as if seeking assistance, but he of blue serge .with a sailor's blouse and sea. The day was briilintly 'bad simply stared at her uncomprehending and she had been forced to a short skirt Putting her precious clear; there was not a cloug In the get to her feet unaided. Once stand- 'treasure trove within the loose blouse sky. No mist dimmed the translucent ing, she trembled and would have and cirrying the battered bag which purity of the warm air. Nothing broke fallen, but that she caught his arm she mexnt to examine more carefully the far horizon. The islaad, fair and and the was set lone In a and steadied herself by holding tightly later, she turned again. made forthing beautiful, For one mighty ocean. In so far as she cduld to it The man started back at her shade of the trees the sun rising rapidly was gaining tell, she and the man re alone upon touch. Color came and went in his power and beating down with great it The thought ftppressed her. She face; little shudders swept over him; upon her bare head. She had strove to throw It off. The silence of his mouth opened; he looked at her force enjoyed the protection of a wonderfulthe man oppressed her as well. She with a singular expression of awe not ly plaited straw hat on her long voy- turned to him at last and cried out, unmixed with terror in his eyes, for age else she could not have borne the the words wrung from her by the horthis was the first time In his recollectoo, was, gone. ror of the situation. tion or what would have been his rec- heat, but that, As she walko inland, she noticed "Man, man, whence came you7 How ollection if his retrospective faculties had been developed, that he had ever again off to her light that stream of are you called? What language do felt the touch of a woman's hand, of' water which dropped over the tall you speak? Why are you here?" cliff in a slender waterfall a sweet Inany human hand upon him. The sound of her ownyoice gave her viting pool at the base before it ran Noticing his peculiar demeanor in through the sands toward the sea. She courage. Waiting for no answer, and the, to her, perfectly natural situation, made her way thither and at the brink Indeed she realized that none could the woman summoning some of the knelt down and took long draughts of come, she stepped to the brow of the hill where the trees happened not to remains of the reserve of force which Eating and drinking evidently went be and raising her voice called and Is in every human body until life is it together in the mind of the man, for gone, released his arm.' and stared, when she raised her head, she found called and called. There were answerabout her leaning against the trunk of him standing before her with both ing echoes from the jagged crag bethe nearest palm. This time, and for hands filled with some of the fruit she hind her, but when these died away the first time, she took in that expanse had partaken of before and other fruit. there was silence unbroken save by the queer babbling, chuckling noises of sea, lonely yet beautiful, upon which She thought she recognized the breadof the man. eyes were to look so often. Out her fruit and a species of banana. At any She looked at him with a sudden of the deep and the night she had rate, she ate again and having by this come. Into what deep and into what time recovered to some extent her sinking of the heart Had this godlike creature roaming the woods, thi:i faun day had she arrived? mental poise she ate sparingly and of the island been denied a brain, She turned and surveyed the shore. with caution. articulate speech? Was she doomed The beach curved sharply to the right Then having satisfied her material and to the lefL the long barrier reef needs, she knelt down by the stream to spend the rest of htr life alone in following roughly Its contour until the and washed her face and bands. How this paradise of. the Pacific with a land obscured It on either side. Back sweet was the freshness of that water harmless madman forever by her side? of her stretched a grove of palms and to her face burned by the sun and tho What a situation was that In which back of that rose a hjll; Its cfest bare wind and subjected for a long tme to she found herself! She was a highly specialized product and crag-lik- e towered above a sea "of the hard spray of the briny seas. She In verdure. Through a chance vista she would have been glad to 'have taken of the greatest of universities. saw the mass of rock as. a mountain off her clothing and plunged into the science and in philosophy she was a peak. On one side high precipitous pool, to have washed the salt of days master and a doctor. She should have had resources within herself which cliffs ran down close to tho shore and shut out the view. Over them water from her tired body, to have had the would enabje her to bo Independent of outside world, a world in which fell to the beach. stimulus and refreshment' of its the experience, had been her Save in the "person of the man sparkling coolness over her weary there was not an evidence of' limbs. But In the presence of her dog; bitter, in which the last few weeks humanity anywhere. No curl of smoke like attendant this was not yet possi- had been one long disillusionment And yet she was now overwhelmed rose above the trees. No distant call ble. with craving for companionship, for of human voices smote the fearful holStill she could and must arrange her low of her ear. The breeze made music hair. Or all' the articles in her dress-- " articulate speech, as if she had never in the tall palms and in the thick ver- ing bag. she was more fervently-thankf- looked into a book or given a thought to the deep things ot life. It this dure farther up the hill side, birds at that moment for the combs , sang softly here and there, but there than anything else, the combs and the man beside her would only do some-thing,-- say something, be something was a tropical stillness to which the little mirror and the" hairpins small great heaving diapason on the distant things indeed, but human happiness as rather than a silent satellite forever barriers was a foundation, of sound a rule turns on things so small that staring in wonder. If she could onlyupon which to build a lonely quiet. the investigator and promotor thereof solve the mystery of his presence, anHuman beings there might be, there generally overlook them. And we must be, on that island, if Island it Jcnow not the significance of the little were; but if so, they must be abiding until upon, some desert island we are on the farther side. She and the man left with only those. were alone. eight It was still earjy, Standing on her feet, with a slight o'clock. How was she about to- - piss the renewal of her strength' from what day? She' must do something. She she had eaten and drunk, the woman clt she could not sit idly staring from QUEEN DICK. now felt lets fear of the man. He had ea to shore." She must be moving. treated her kindly. His aspect was No business called her; she must inBy A. W. MACY. gentle, even amiable. He looked at vent some. The compelling necessity w a 'Oliver Cromwell wistfully, bending his brows, from of a soul not born for idleness was her strong character, but the same time to time and ever and again shak upon her. She would explore the land. cannot be said of his son Riching his head, as a great dog looks at That was logically the first thing to be ard. Oliver tried to train his the master with whom ho. would fain done any way and this was a highly son to be a. worthy ucceor a speak, whose language ho would fain woman who thought to live by trained Protector, "but the attempt tm understand, to whom he. would fain, rule and law albeit her rules were failure. Richard wh easy t impart nis own meas u ne couia. poor or.es. Ing and amlabte, and mer. adShe stared at him perplexed. She She Marled Inland, the- - man followdicted t sport c than ta statewas entirely at loss- - what to do, until ing afUtr. She-- had gained confidence craft. Ha waa tha aekiiwl-ede- d her eyes roving past him detected a Lord Pretecter fram dark object on the water line just in'herslf with every passing moment , HIM, 3, 165a, to May where the still bluenest touched the The msji who looked at heras a dog but cut IKtla fttwe aa Mich. Ha white sand. The sunlight . was re she would treat as one. She must alaMd nat raHah aMeJat .duttae, and flected from gleams of metal, and have some privacy. She l&uld not much arafarrad having a geed thinking that she recognized it, she ways have' him trailing at her theels. time. Tha Cava la ra called bim stepped from the shade of the palms She turned by a great bouldes pointed "Queen DIek," and ethars, atlll rnd made-- her way unsteadily toward to it, laid Her hand on the man's (aaa rieaeetfutiy, apaka at Wm it. The man, without . a sound, follow-e- shoulder and gently forced him to a Bituagiposltio-by it. Then sue waixea aa "Tumble daWt Diak." Maaa closely at her side-glad ta awH wfce ajarlia;nfc Her visioa had been correct, for she" away. Ho stared wistfully, after her departiag figure, and as sfcq'tureed teM him to Altar Me out. m. tbe sand a leather hand drew waver, ha abdication. bag, such as women carr. It had aroundrto look at him, he sprang to aHMtad hlmaaff wHh credit and been elaborately fitted with bottles and his feet: evan with dffKy, Ha livaej ht "No,uoJ" she cried Imperatively. mirrors ud toilet articles. Alas, It qttlat retlramant far SS ye era, state of dilapidation bow. making; backward threatening motions was 1 and diad Jwty 1S, 17U, sftJilita The bottles were bfvkn, their con with Kfer Jiaads whereat fe teaumed unrip aid aga of to, tents gone. The bag had been lying his Biting position, ttaring at In the boat when it had been hurled til he lost her amorur the trett. 4U1 the on the harrier ItL ih.fi Pxer4J gb,e turnqg and, "asy to&k (Copyright MU, by JaaephB. BdWeO the-she- The only Baking Powder . Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Alum Lime 1 mtwk The Silence of the Man Oppressed Her. hr d we un-vex- self-broug- OF HISTORY CURIOUS BITS i at at. " i fd hr Ul half In fancy, half in earnest, that was virgin to the world. How wise, how deeply learned she might be she was face to face with this primeval norm. Could she teach this man anything? He seemed tractable, reverential, deferential now. Knowledge was power. Would it bo power with him? Could she open those sealed doors of his mind, what floods would outpour therefrom, of power, of passion? Would she be swept away? It mattered not. She must try. The Impulse seized her to begin now. Fixing her dark eyes upon him, she pointed directly at him with her finger. "Man," she said clearly and emphatically. He was always looking at her. He had scarcely taken his eyes from her since she had seen him in the tall grass by the shore, but at her gesture and word his eyes brightened. There was that little wrinkling of the brow again which she had noticed, outward and visible sign of an inward attempt at comprehension. "Man!" she said passionately. "Man," she repeated over and over again. And then the unexpected happened. After Innumerable guttural attempts, her unwitting pupil managed to articulate something that bore a distinct resemblance to the "clearly cut monosyllable. "Man!" he said at last It was a tremendous step, in evolution, almost too great for any untutored human brain, for at once the man before her received a name and the Idea of name as well. In that instant, on the heaven kissed hill, he was differentiated from all the rest of creation forever. His consciousness hitherto vague, floating. Incoherent, Indefinite, was localized, given a habitation and a name. He knew himself in some way to be. ""Man!" he cried, growing more and more confident with every repetition and more and more accurate in catching the very Intonation with which she spoke. "Man!" he cried, laying his hand upon his breast "Man!" He leaped to his feet and stretched out his arms. The-- doors were open a little way. Ideas were beginning to edge their way through the crack. "Man! Man! Man!" he cried again and again, looklpg eagerly at her. She rose In turn and patted him on the shoulder encouragingly as she might a dog. And again the touch, the second touch that she had given so him, affected him strangely, strangely that for a moment she felt the soul within her shrink, but realizing instantly that her domination over him was spiritual and Immaterial and that the slightest evidence of timidity would be translated into universal language which even the lowest creation understands and that her dominion would go on the Instant, she mastered herself and mastered him. Although she was but a woman whom he might have broken in his hands, sne dominated him as the conscious soul ever dominates the unconscious souL She essayed no more lessons, but turned and retraced her way to the shore where she had landed, which because she had landed there, she .called home. On the way she attempted an experiment Sho plucked from a low bush a bright colored fruit of whose quality and characteristics she was ignorant and slowly made as If to convey It to her lips. "Man!" cried the voice behind" her, uttering its only word. She turned to find her companion. Ulooking fixedly at her and proffering Other fruit which, he had quickly gathered. She handed him that she had plucked In exchange. He shook his head, not in negation but rather in bewilderment and threw it from him, and then stie understood in some way that the fruit was not good for food. How he had divined it she could not tell. Some compensating instinct sharpened by use into a protecting quality, had taught blm. She had no such Instinct She had learned to depend upon reason and observation, and these failed "her in the presence of this unknown. Sho was humbled a little isTthis thought She craved meat and salt having things, the artibeen trained ficial diet and stimulant to' which she had become accustomed, and her craving was the more insistent because aha" Vd; been without them all that ttase is the boat. And ret vims aha aA eaten the fruit that aatWe had pro cravvided In that tropic islasif ing wasjibated and she waaisa.tlaftd. She felt 'that she could, soon grow ac customed to such a diet it it wwe necessary. 8o musing ahe passed ea un der the treaa and sat down an he sand again. The next thing she remembered, she wai unctoalnf her eye aa aha had e' done early in the morning and the man was still watching by her side. match for bfs. One ray of saferyiap-peare- d in the fact that she believed She had been so utterly wearied by her strange adventure by her long him Ignorant alike ot the extent .ot his wrestling with thirst and starvation power or ot the possibilities of the in the open boat that before she knew situation. She wondered what strange It weariness overcame her. He had thoughts were going- - on in that latent watched by her side without molesting brain over which by the use ot moral her. It was late in the evening now. force and courage she was striving to The problem of the night had to be establish domination. She rejoiced to faced. This time the man took the find that even in the midst ot her anxinitiative. He walked along the shore ieties she could think so clearly about a little way and then looked baek at the situation. Did he know his lesson, she wonher, and repeated the process once or twice as a dnc mfeht have rnno vhn dered. She could only hope. If she was desirous of bringing his master to j only had a weapon, she thought, the some appointed place. Understanding weakness of sex might be equalized. she rose and followed him. He led her There was nothing. Yes, her UioSght along the sands now shadowed by the reverted to the womanly pair cf scistall palms until they came to the rivu- sors. With trembling hand shc drew them forth and let where she st6pped and drank once of steel tightly. clencheda the little tool It was poor dependmore. They passed It he plunging bodily through its shallows; she leap- ence but the best she had. And- - then ing from rock to rock until she reach- she drew quietly baek into the reed the other bank. He went swiftly cesses of the cave and sat dqwn leanaround the face of the cliff. As she ing against the wall, her eyes bright passed the point she saw that it with dread, anticipation and curiosity curved suddenly inward away from She watched and waited, resolved if the shores into a sort of amphitheater necessary to remain awake the long and fair In the center of the face sho night through. perceived an opening. He halted there - Outside the man had stood motionand entered fearlessly, she following. less a long time after the final repulse The cave was roomy and spacious, The dusk had not yet melted into dark at least it seemed so in the fading out there and he was easily vfeftle light In the morning when the sun against the sky framed by the opening shone through the opening, it would as a dim picture. She was hardly be flooded with daylight but now aware ot the intensity with which she when the sun was sinking behind the watched him and she was greatly surhill. It was quite dark. It was dry prised when she saw him at last kneel and clean and apparently empty. The down upon the sands. She saw that man stood looking at her smiling, at the palms of his hands were pressed least there was a suggestion of a together in front of hlaa; that Ms smile upon his lips. He was nodding head was bowed, that his attitude was his head. She understood that he that of prayer! He was saying soase lived there. The dog had come back thing. She could hear blip wtthaat to his kennel and had taken this ac- difficulty. She could distinguish, bc words in the rude sueeeMiea a' quaintance there, too. sounds that seemed to cose treat Mt It would be a good place to pas3 the lips, but her acute and quickened aer night The night had to be passed somewhere. How, was the problem. ception seemed to recognise a nearer She had little fear of any savage ani- resemblance to articulate speech than mals on the. island. There had been anything she had yet heard frea Ma. What was he doing? In a flash tha no evidence of them observed In her progress; the man himself was testi- woman realized that the saan was mony to immunity of attack from that praying. The realization saaate her source. Had it not been for him. she like a blow, for this woman had Ieg could have lain down in that cavet since put away prayer. In her phitoao with quiet confidence and slept with- phy of life there was no piaee far Qed; out apprehension of molestation, but in her schema of affairs the Dtviae was unimmlnent And yet alone en he complicated the issue. Twice he had watched by her asleep, that island, in the darkness, despite but that was In the broad daylight her attempt to mock away the ee& When darkness came, what then? Her sciousness. she was relieved' at that heart was filled with terror. She was sight The little ritual on the sand ended suddenly afraid of the dark, a childish fear at which her soul would have with the one word her pupil knew. "Man!i he said striking his breast mocked in other days and under other conditions. But now she was a prey again and staring upward toward the to vivid apprehension and the night heavens. "Man!" he cried as if in Ms was coming on with the swiftness of new consciousness he would fain inthe tropics. She was. glad that she troduce himself to his Maker, the had slept through the long afternoon. woman thought "His Maker!" her She would endeavor to keep awake Hps writhed into a bitter smile that during the night She must turn the was halt a sneer. dog out of his kennel and rccupy that What would he do next? He rose hersejf. How wa3 she to raforce her to his feet and peeped toward the will under the circumstances? She door. She grasped the scissors tighter and held her breath. But he had could only try. "Man,"" she said, pointing to the learned his lesson. With indescribable relief she saw him turn aside and- east door, "go!" Tho words conveyed nothing, but himself down upon the sand where he the gesture meant much. Even to the lay motionless. If she bad had aay man association with his kind for one faith she would have breathed Thaak was very glad. day had effected a revolution In him. God!" As it was.-shShe watched him a long tiara, specHe hung undecided, however, before' her, while- - she repeated again and ulating on the questions she had asked again her injunction. Finally she took him on the hill in the BMwahag: who him by the shoulder, risking the pe- he was what he was; whaace ha culiar emotions that contact seemed came: where he had learned that on Page Few to bring to him, and thurst him gently through the entrance outside. Then she went back Into the cave farther and waited with a beating heart. She could see him silhouetted against the twilight standing where she had left W. B. Jones and Others On Petition him. He came toward the door at Under and by virtue sf a judenBsaiaad last and stood In the entrance. "No, no!" she cried fiercely, praying order of sale, rendered at the Oataher Term of tne Madison Cirauk Court in that the note ot terror might be lost me aoove siyieu action, the aftdersJgited imperative tones of her voice. Master Comraissiener of said Court, wm In the Uugo!" on She stood waiting and he likewise. Mustering her courage at last she Nov. 1&V11, went over to him and thrust him out on Again and again the little drama wa3 to the premises at 10 o'clock a. aa., sell the highest bidder at public played until by and by It became im- the foHowisg described traot of aaettan. land: pressed upon the mind of the man Situated was to stay out and she was in Madisonon the waters of Silver Creek that he county, Ky., en the Manetos to stay in. He came no more to the turnpike, about 10 miles from Rfchmeaa entrance. He stood outside, aloof, and 3 miles from Paint Lick. Qwned and looking in, although, in the growing occupied by W. B. Jones for tLe last 30 years, containing 235 2 acres acres, darkness he could not see her. fully described It was the second thing he had more or less, case to which in the judgreference is learned. The first ray of light in his ment in this dawning consciousness had illumin- particularly made. This farm is one of the ated the ego, the personal, the con- son county, well improvedbest la Madi and in good crete. He was learning now the sig- condition, and in one of the best neigh nificance of a verb and an abstract borhoods in the aouaty. It has a Reed Idea was being bred in him and some residence of 8 rooms, tobacco barn and concept of constraint was entering hl3 stock barn and outbuildings and two being. The first of those long checks good tenant houses and four never foil that circumstances lmpoee upon free- ing pools and good pond upon it It has dom In order that civilization may be- ISO acres in grass 2nd balance in cultivation. It adjoins the land of Thompson gin to be was then meeting him face S. Burnam and the Duerson heirs and slept in that cave, she Park Anderson. to face. He had imagined, for years, and suddenly he TERMS Said land wilt be sold on a was thrust' out There was no hard- credit of six, twelve and eighteen ship in that, except the hardship In months. The purchaser will bo requirthe necessity for obedience, If hard- ed to execute bond with approved seship that might be. The night was curity, payable to the Commissioner. balmy and pleasant; no shelter was bearing 0 per cent interest 'from date of needed. It was the fact that he had to sale until paid, and a lien retained en go; that he was subject to another land sow to have the force and effect of a .Replevin iiond. The purchaser will and purpose; that something be required to pay $350 cash at timewm ot overruling sale, to bc credited on first sale bond or higher than himself was him which might be hard. It would he can pay all of the first sale bend in have been hard for the woman. She cash if desired. thought however, that the limited n. C. RICE, M. C. 31. comprehension of the man might not enable him to realize it At the same time and place wo wiH He stood a long time on the sand cll at public auction, the following perwhile she watched him. Had she con- sonal property consisting of quered? Had he learned his lesson? s neaa oi norses; 4 werK mules: 3 Had she laid foundations upon which milch cows; 5 sows and pigs; '0 steck consciousness of life and its relations hogs; about 130 barrels of cdraTfil 'ffbl: might be builded? Would she be free household and kitchen furniture and 1 from the- - terror of molestation, which farming" implements. TERMS All sums under $Ucash; in spite ot herself sought expression In her voice and manner? Would she over that amount purchaser will be re quired to execate.note'wlih approved be permitted to pass the night undis- curity, due and payable Jan. 1, 1012. se turbed? Was her power over him sufPossession given January 1, 1013. ' ficiently definite to be established and not to be of value? Suppose she had M.Z.&W.B. JONES succeeded in mastering him, in dom- JohnW. Bain, Auctioneer. ' inating him? She shuddered at the probabilities Involved. Ot all the beasts of the field, the most terrible when he Is a beast is man. mm- -' aflvar She waa not a weak woman. She Greeley Barnes, Administrator. Plaint1 was above the middle height athletic, iff, vj. John Agee, br., heirs. Defendsplendidly developed, accustomed to ants. Under and by virtue of Tudzment and order of sale rendered at tho October term of the Madison Cirauit Court In the above styled action, the undersigned Master Commissioner or said court will on e V 31 . ;' Commissioner's Sale. Saturday, to ier to an ars - !o. ca Commissioner's Sale. a Thursday, November 16, at 2 o'clock p. so. on the premisosell- - jl to the highest and best bidder at public auction tha.foHowiojf deseribedtract ot land, viz: ILoeated fa Madison c&waly, Ky., oa Gig: Water Branch, and. eon- a. veyed to John Agee. Sr., by Green m I9, r f " $ '- hr He Stead far a Lang The sale until said, having tha foeee and. tha exercises of tha gymnasium and effect of a replevin bond. S C. Rkx, Jf. C. 3f C. v' 3t tha Held, hut her atrv&cth waa no . eaataroraij Whaar Imssfc tajaaaJ save to tho beg Mining. Said, land will he sold or a credit ol sic and twelve moat tisMg.Sk puran tha chaser betaf required to aeaaa hoods boarin- - 6 aar cent kttoroat faajft day of Mm Million, conjoining farty-on- e acres, more or less, "heiar the same land pur-- chased bj Green B. Million from J oka Hughes, and adjoittisur the land of Phil e. Roberts, John Ata. Sr., hoaae tbeaaa with Bad lafcaatii HaW to baa ay, fwa ft. B. MttKea, thsaae. fra ta 1etdnt. to mi-deaotha-tead- a - v . - 0 1 Big ReducUons in Every St ThU sale lasts two weeks and Introduces all the newest and best lines at a big: saving in cash. Look for the Price Tags green tags that tell about the reduced price. ELDER'S GREAT C HfTI T LWTV GREEN TAG Department Druing the Green Tag Sale we will give jou some of the best bargains you have ever se n in this, class of goods. Every piece of goods is marked down for quick selling, Carpets, Oil Cloth and Mattings i mil Li mwj ill In every department. This sale lasts two weeks only. the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash To Our Many Friends Country ;m Rich- mond and Surrounding Showing On Saturday, November 11th, and continuing to Saturday, November 25th, we propose to have our annual sale. This is looked forward to by our man' friends in Madison county as the greatest mercantile event of theyear. Our"stock was never so large or mpre varied than iff is this year. Our entire stock of -- Wt Dry Goods, Clothing, 5hoes, inery, Ladies' Mill- ELDER'S November II th to November 25th -!-J- O 5tore will be closed Friday, November 10th, to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain 5ale Coats, Blankets, Comforts and Notions were never better selected than they are at this time. Our business has been built up by strict attention to the details and wants of our customers. We believe in doing a large business on a small margin of profit, and selling goods at one pric and marked in plain figures. In this .annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it. It will pay you to come 50 miles to do your shopping at this wonderful bargain sale. We have engaged several extra sales people to wait on you and give Dress Goods This is going to be the biggest oppor- tunity of a life time. In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to get linings, trimmings and pay for the making for the making for what the dress goods alone would actually cost you. Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains Don't forget that in a case of this kind the best bargains sometimes go first, so be on hand early the first daj-- and take advantage of some of the ripest plums. you every attention. Remember the Dates This sale will be the biggest event ever pulled off in this city Ladies', Misses' and Children's Novil at our store our entire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. This gigantic stock of goods embraces choice "We will place on sale to Nov. 25 GOATS This will be the greatest coat sale ever held in the city of Kichmond and will prove conclusively our underselling powers. Coats for ladies', misses' and children, the most attractive st3'les ever shown in Richmond, nothing but the finest and most popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest detail. Look around first and then compare our prices with those of others. You will appreciate the values all the more. $18.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 merchandise of the highest quality, representing an enormous line of staple dry gsods, as well as the new novelties, now greatly in demand. Everything goes at reduced prices during this Mill End and Green Tag Sale, The real loud noise of all big sales. The Sale That Draws the People for miles around. Read every word in this advertisement-T-stud- y item Ladies' Tailored Dress 5kirts " $14.08 9.98 7.48 4.98 In the new weaves and nicely tailored, excollent quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and smoke colors' $5.00 Panama Skirts kbZ. During this sale $7.00. 88.00 and $10.00 Voille Skirts, now.: S5.9S every Blankets and Comforts During this great Green Tag and Mill End Sale we offer a fine line of Comforts and Blankets at less price than the raw material would cost. A largo line to select from $ .75o Blankets $ .40 $7.50 Blankets $4.93 1.50 Blankets .03 1.25 Comforts 93 ' 2.00 Blankets 1.48 1.75, $2 Comforts.. 1.24 5.00 Blankets 3.43 2.75, $3 Comforts.. 1.03 0.00 Blankets 4.48 . 3.50 Comforts 2.24 and $20.00 values reduced to and 15.00 values reduced to Coat values reduced to Coat values reduced to qq 70 Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices 2Ea- - ' H 4KtClI Pates K. 5631 A STRIKING SUn" Look for the Little Green Tags They Mean Bargains r r. gas? 2 5 - ?. " ! Bed Spread and Sheets All Reduced Jfs-- Petticoats a 2. ft t 5 c la & 46 All Styles and all Sizes in R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets All 2.00 R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets.. All 1.50 " " AH LOO b .J. " " 48 1.24 89 Ladiesjblack Sateen Petticoats made with deep flouaie and ruffles with hemstitching on flounce, bought --1 A especially for this sale, reg. $1.25 values, now... Ladies' fine Mercerized Sateen Pecticoats, deep flounce and rufllles, would be cheap at 81.50" o Sale price (jOC Ladies' Black Mercerized FJno Sateen, Petticoats, our regular price $. Sale price 4 Five Dollar Black Silk Petticoats.. . a, a Sale prico q el ' All of these qualities are guaranteed. If for any reason these corsets fail to give satisfaction we will give you a new corset. LACE CDRTAINS Every housekeeper likes to havo her windows look neat and attractive. This you can do with fine Lace tains. We are going to give you the biggest bargains --you havo ever seen- Curtains worth 75c pair 390 Curtains worth $1 pair .B00 v Curtains worth $2 pair". 980 Curtains worth $5 pair.i $2.03 03 CO ' 1 TOILET SOAPS Look For The Green Tags box (3 cakes) witch hazel with buttermilk worth 25c, our price per box TOWELING Five Huck Towels, 18 1 36, white with red borders; never sold under 15c. Go at 8c for ladies' and childrens. While you heanfotleaavance in the price of leather on every offer the best line of footwear in the country at prices that would make-iappear that there had been a slump in the leather market. Of course we are not able to sell subsequent purchases at these prices, but while they last they go as follows: One table full of Ladies' Shoes, $1.50 and $2.00 values, stock is somewhat broken, but if you can kfind your size you pay of-sSShoe- We offer over a thousand pairs Shoess. - sidee t An WEST MAIN 5060 Yardsef Mill Ends Remnants in - ."" "Calico 3 2 efltspryara. 1-- 2 SClf Yards Gingham and 3 yards tauctlM usually selU lor 1 J to locyard, sH help yor- 1000 2 1-1-t-- . ........ 5c n2LUWi rti Shirtlofs (iMorUd). 10S ?rd- - Mill End iwd 8.1. prioe pryard .7 Wc 9" RICHMOND, KY THE RICHMOND CLIMAX iSlh YEAR ' fl I i RICHMOND, MADI5.0N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Blue Grass League Directors 8." 1911 1 NUMBER 21 L. R. BL ANTON, WnOLKSALE AXD RETAIL Meet A meeting of the Directors of the Blue Grass League was lield Friday in the offices or the Lexington Baseball Club, and a number of matters of importance to baseball in Central Kentucky were transacted President Wil-liaI. Neal of Louisville, who was elected to succeed Dr. W. C. Ussery, resigned, was to the presidency .and alio elected to represent the Blue Grass League at the meeting of the National Association at San Antonio, Texas, on November 14. As a matter of form, tho championship and pennant for 1011 was officially awarded to Paris, which team won the last half of the season and the postseason games with Winchester. Another chango which will be welcomed by tho fans is the appointment of a substitute umpire in each lown of tho league, who will officiate in case the regular umpire cannot act. This will do away with a lot of amateurish work in making decisions which always spoils a game from tho spectator's point of view. Tho salary limit was kept at. 81,000 as last season, but the number of players is raised from twelve to thirteen, the twelve being found too small to keep a team going in good shape the entire season. It was also decided that the averages of the league should bo compiled and issued for publication once each week. Tho rules of the league will also be revised by President Neal and sevcr.il changes made. Ono of the important changes made is n tho abolishing of the plan, which was tried as an experiment. last year. JThe coming season but ono sche dule will be played. Tho schedule has no', been made nor the number of game s decided upon, on account of waiting to m two-seaso- see how many teams will bo in tho league th& coming year. If tho number is the samo as last year, the games w lil bo Free Railroad Trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. A. E. Burkhafdt, The Poultry Show. During the past week Secretary J. B. Walker has been Unusually active in promoting the Poultry Show which will bo held in this city Dec. C, 7, 8, and 0th. The premium list has been prepared and is now in the hands of the prin'ers, and the catalogues will bo completed during the. next few days. Our people are realizing the great interest shown from tho outset indicates a most successful meeting and many- who wore backward about going into the association aro now sending in their membership fees and joining hands with those who propose to make this meeting one of the most successful poultry exibitions in the state. If you are not a member of the Madison Poultry Association, send $1 at once to J. B. Walker in order that your namo may appear in the list of members which appear in the catalogue.' iGcxal, Feed, Salt, Sarid, Lime, Rock. -- OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT nd All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 Iilte - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are. now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make That New Baby Must Be Photographer Prices That Cannot Be Undersold not come in and see what we have? It wijl cost 3'ou nothing and will be appreciated : : : ": Thanking 3011 for past favors, we will appreciate an early call "Why Baby Pictnres Our Specialty White Main r3 & Gibson RICHMOND ' li Sfreet, below First The Photographer nati, Ohio, famous as one of the world's great fur centers, extends an invitation to all. trie citizens of Richmond and Madison county who intend to purchase furs for tills season, to visit Cincinnati, Ohio, ahd inspect his enormous plant, where furs aro manufactured and sold direct "From Trapper to Wearer." thus eliminating all 'middlemen's" profits. They arc the largest purchasers of raw fur skins in this countsy, being exporters, importers and manufacturers, and their low prices on furs of all styles and varieties for women's wear aro Dosi- ! tively beyond all possibility of competi-tio, This is tho generous proposition he makes. I Go to Cincinnati, Ohio, look over A. E. Burkhardt's enormous stock, in the two buildings at tho corner of Main street and Third avenue, se!ect just what you want, and tho cost of your railroad fare for both wavs will be paid by tho firm, providing it does not amount to more than 10 per cent (10 per cent) of tho purchase price of tho ZEMO MAKES ASTONISH- article.- - All goods are marked in plain figures, and you need not mention that ING ECZEMA CURES. you wish your railroad "faro' refunded until AFTEit making your purchase "We Prove It" We advise our readers to take advan Every day ZEMO gives relief and 2K2t cures men, women and children in every tage of Uus hboral offer. city and town in America whose skins are on fire with torturing ECZEMA To Locate in Louis, Mo. rashes and other itching, burning, scaly, S. Mayner Wallace, who has been in and crusted skin and scalp humors. "ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) tho law office of Judgo J. A. Sulliwin at SOAP, two refined preparations wl Richmond for several years past, has Sivo you such quick roliof that you will accepted a partnership with A. M. Sulfeel like a new person. We give you three reasons why we livan, a leading attorney of St, Louis, recommend and endorso ZEMO and Mo., aud will leave in a few days to ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp eruptake up his rcsidenco in tho Mound tions. First They are clean, scientific prep- City. Mr. Wallace is a Midway boy arations that give universal satisfaction who has mado quite a reputation since and are pleasant and agreeable to use at he began tho practice of law, and his all times. mnny friends regret to seo him leave Seeond They arc not experiments, but ara proven cures for every form of tho State, but wish for him all success skin or scalp affections whether on in- in his now homo Midway Clipper. fants or grown persons. Friends of Mr. Wallace in Richmond Third They work on a now princi- will regret to know that he is to leave ple. Thoy do not glaze over the surface, but they penotrato to tho seat cf us permanently. During his stay hore the trouble and draw the germ life from ho has deservedly won the confiunderneath tho skin and destroy it. In dence and esteem of all who admire this way a complete euro is effected in any case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUP- gentlemanly conduct, enorgy and close application to business duties. Mr. TION. Endorsed and sold in Richmond by Wallace will carry with him to his the Perry drug store adopted home the good wishes of all who have had the pleasure of his assoSold His Interest ciation and acquaintance, and should he . C. W. Metcalf has sold his intwest in ever decide to return to Kentucky will tho Pinovillo (Ky.) Sun to Hugh S. find a warm welcomo in Richmond. Young and John Pearl. We regret to Burdensome Appellation. see this popular newspaper man retire A news item from Terre Haute, Ind., from tho journalistic field, and predict that sooner or later Brother Metcalf says; "I am glad for the opportunity will hoar the call of the print shop and to have my name changed," said Miss again return to his old love-- . The Cli- Katherino Ottorornemgentschenfelde, max congratulates Messrs. Young & 23 years old, as she was handed the Pearl on their acquisition, and, both papers which gavo her the privilege to being newspaper men of erporionco, change the burdensome appellation. will keep tho Sun up to its present She will be married to, Louis Kalen, a farmer. five-miln. 1 six-flo- played the same, 120, but number of teams is Increased to eight, tho number of games will also be increased, pro bably to 140 or 150. The question of teams being placed in Covington and Newport was discussed, but no action could be taken.jis tho matter will have to bo decided by the Cincinnati Club, the two towns be'ing e within the limit. This will bo settled tho first of December and President Neal will bo notified of tho action in tho case. A team in Louisville is also considered a possibility, but no dotails have been arranged as yet. Thoso present at the meeting were: Thomas A. Sheets, president Lexington Club; A. L. Coleman, manager Frankfort; P. W. Bacon, president Paris; W. C. Bennett, president Richmond; R. C. Stockton, secretary, Richmond; T. C. Vaughn, Richmond; II. II. Phillips, Winchester; T. O. Russell, president, Maysville; Michael Brown, Maysville; J. S Sumncrs, Maysville; and Ilogan L. Yancey, manager of tho Lexington Club. tho International Cincin- Fur Merchant, who is making E STEARNS (flAME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) MATTRESS SHOWS YOU a foster WHAfaTHSIDDlifD'ON?! . ,pnOTftv TO KNOW . I II :m ill .4- WHArtlHSIDETHE LOOK THRDUGHit? LACED0PNIMG)gm REAS&'rMBmBi AND ING GUARANTEES TO INSURE R EST THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE, MATTRESS YOU GET To Waste Basket People may just as well save their stamps and paper as to send notices of any kind to this offico without signing their names. Every communication that contains an item for tho paper must have the name of tho writer signed thereto or tho letter is promptly consigned to the wasto basket. Tho Climax is glad to receive personals and news items, but we cannot use them unless the name of the sender U at tached thereto. When they aro published tho name is always omitted, but wo must have it for our own information. A charge is always made for all notices of entertainments whero an admission feo is charged, so when sending advertising of this character do not think they will be inserted free. Mi A At 4 St Splendid Plan. John W. Yerkes. proposed a plan for tho reorganization of the American Tobacco Company that scorns to bo fair. He wants all tobacco manufactured by the trust so labeled, that the people may know whether they are buying from the independents or from the trust. Then it will be up to the people to decide whether or not they want tho trust to continue in existence. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they arc made, but because of the materials in them. .No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattres out af poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, landing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to at the proper tqnOB, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfetft relaxahtm-dre- ds one-six- tk tion. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the bcsl Mattrc value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattre. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Maltreat to bey. i to, Frankfort News-Journa- l. An Unusual Occurrence The Berea band which camo down t play for tho Republican rally when O'Rear spoke was composed of cloven students from Berea college. Thoy not only made good music, but they were a model set of young gentlemen. Not one of the entire crowd either swore, drank or used tobacco in any form. If this student band is a fair representative of Berea college, O. T. Crane, the philanthropist who has been making investigations and exposures of moral conditions at the various large institutions of learning in the country, could find little of which to complain at Berea. Lancaster Record. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone vr. s. o. 136 r. o. L. 229 91 WE. SELL MAY M ANTON HUSTLING CASH STORE TO : WE SELL PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH SEE': OUR Shoes! YOU ARE : MAY MANTON INVITED--WHE- N WILL YOU GOME : PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH 6 6 DISPLAY OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? 9 Shoes! Shoes! Everything New-- Up to Now! Men's & Boys' Clothing! We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats,; Wt defy we have ever been able to secure. all competition 9 All Kinds. All Sizes, All Prices. The newest lasts and more of them than ever. Remember we malfce good every pair of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Rib-bo- n Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through, any fault of leather or workmanship, to give satisfaction. A trial pair is all we ask and a customer is assured to us. & & We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to show, you a brand new line of Elite and King Garments Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. '' .. $10 TO $30 on $10 AND $15 XWt want to show you the largest assortment of city; ;Infantsand Misses Coats you have seen in-thist ' - Prices ranging from . - '.$i.oo xo:$7ioj You are i nvited We want to 'show youour.krfay u .r. . $J0. Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys, dt We are showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to Be sure to see them before making' a purchase. ? j of Dress Groods, When will you come? ,Waistings,; Gingfeams, Percales'rOutings, ecti etcr want injmy iactr we want tolshow you what-yo- In e YOU ARE. INVITED WHEN WILL YOU COME? Corner First Bpo triers Hamilton & Main - V . - k v-- - Richmond, Kentucky 4 BIRTHS. The Buying Power of $ .75. 1 Punitory. State flllRSFS cate, Lifa Diploma. Ur Companion for j tion priee of The Youth's Certificate. Review. sPKl a year ai.70. ti an iae goou iiu)6 in the 52 weekly issues of the paper were NEXT SESSION BEGINS NOV. Memorial to Justice Harlan. published in book formi according to it? 20 TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES On Saturdaj, November 18, 1011 at kind, it would, make about thirty volten o'clock, in the forenoon, in the room umes of fiction, science,, essays by famASK ABOUT IT. EXPENSES VERY LOW. of the Circuit Court or Appeals at Cin ous writers, household management and ARTISTIC CATALOGI E THEE cinnati, Ohio, thero will be a mooting oi economies, sports anu pastimes ior uuja, f Our Fall Line of Goods is 4jup to"the min. or the bar or the sixth natural history, anecdotes, humor, elo. the mombers Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, ky. ute" as we constantly watch the market Judical Circuit, in memory oi Mr. Jus The serial storirs alone would fill several for new and worthy goods, and we tice Harlan, late Circuit Court Justice. volumes. Among these is Ralph Paino's The prcsenco of all members of the bar great story of tho liqxer Hcbel ion in invite your attention to our of the Eastern District of Kentucky, is China, "The Cross and oho Dragon. line of eirnesHy requested. Anothor is by J. W. Schutlz, who was a boy. Mr. Leeds Announces for Po adopted by the Blackfect when g It is called "Tho Quest for the Fish-Uo- lice Judge. Another is a glorious girls' Skin." In tho proper column will bo found storv bv C. A. Stephens, called "Julia ESS the announcement or Mr. W. L. Leeds Sylvester." It is tho story of a "Mer -(-SUCCror Pofice Judge or the City of Rich- cer" girl in tho pioneer days of O'cgon mond, subject to the action of the Demand Washington and that is only part ocratic party. Mr. Leeds is well and of the serials. in Neckwear, Belts, favorably known to tho readers of the It will cost you nothing to send L Climax, having long been a resident of tho beantiful Announcement, of The this city. He served one term as Companion for 1011, and wo will send Vindicates All member ot tho City Council; and his with it sample copies of the paper. Decisive Victory With in Woolen Mannish acts durinc this administration were Do not forget that the new subscriber creditable to himsoU and to his con for 1912 receives a gift of The Com for Tailored stituents. Mr. Leeds solicits the sup panion's Calendar for 1012, lithographed port or his party, and, in the event or in ten colors and gold, and all the issues Designs in for Waists election, pledges the Taithrul perform for the remaining weeks of 1011 free ance or every obligation involved. from tho time the subscription is receiv GRAND OLD COMMONWEALTH Judge Walker Recovered. ed.Only $1.75 now,butoa January 1, 1012, Call and see us as we are now readv to BAD 1T5V FIRST LOVL. Judgo Walker has sufficiently re- the price will be advanced to $2 00. RETURNS TO take care of you on all Pall and Winter covered as to be ablo to so to Crab THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Goods -144 Berkeley, St., Bosion, Mass. l r u. .1 .1 i "'b- The election in Madison county passed off quietly, no in nurse was dismissed last Sunday. Aie ReniUCKianS Willing ID X New subscribers received at this office I 1 disturbances of any kind being reported up to hour 0 going re. Oocjrlsht 1919. bj tbe StandvJ Adr. Co. inu nero 1CL us say iusi a wuru 111 Shock Brought Back Speech. county gard to nursing; typhoid fever is a dis 'Tail Eanders?" to press'i A large vote was polled throughout the Sarah Alice Stevenson of Padlham Two States. POSITIVE, easo which requires tho most careful. Lancashire, England, recovered tier DOSITIVE or negative. and in the city the -- registered vote was about in by 10 nursing, in fact as much if not more de speech recently in a remarkable man who provides for himself. XEi i- Independent, he pends upon the nurse than on the physi- ner. While engaged In o'clock. FINE CATTLE AND CHILDREN. cian. Judge Walker secured the ser- ties her clothing caughthousehold du TIVE. he who fails to provide for himself and his d"icr Are and In Hon. L.B. Herrington received a majority of about 175 in vices of Miss Margaretta Smith or Rich her terror tho young woman screamed ents. aloud. The were immediately is ono or tho very his race against Wright ICelly for Representative. Mr. Her One Man to Care For Seven Jersey mond, Ky., who obtainable, and to best extinguished, flames to her Joy. Miss and, hor RALLY DAY. trained nurses rington was one of the most active members of the last Leg Heifers and One Teacher For Thir never relaxing care and attention is duo Stevenson found that she had re Sixty and Even a Hundred I Judge Walker'js rapid and complete re covered her power of speech, which his host of friends she had lost six yeans ago. 5unday in Ashland Was RICHMOND islature, and his victory is gratifying to KENTUCKY rotiKia msr vyeciobu it Pupils. Miss Smith is a daughter or covery. Bi Success. throughout the State. the late J. Speed Smith, who was well T hnA IrnnTrrn frr n Irtnf tlnlA thnt THE CIMAX PRINTING CO Garrard known Ashland Daily Independent. As the candidates for members of the Board of Educa Kentucky's standing in matters educa- - county, and had many irionds in splendid (Incorporated.) , Rally Day, Sunday, was'a &reat day and aside from her tional was very low. I had known that tion had no opposition, little interest was displayed in this she was In the crip of Illiteracy, with qualifications as a nurse is a lady of South Bound. an " tj. -- -a b.. I occasion that is Inal-,- t f A. D, MWer wiT- ni ,n. and refinement, and during mo. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrijes i wlin has been a member of the all its attendant evils, but I had bard- - much v.u luiitdmKj Willi I largo num her stay in Lancaster mado many warm t, ly expected to find such a sec great mierest by all churohes as an n W. Q. WtoUe and Departs 12:03 m. and it wil ber of her rural population willing friends, who will regret exceedingly No. 71. Richmond toa.Stanford. Do PINNELL-McMULLE- N LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., uai of fellowship, but this Rally Day School Board for eighteen years&.was day "to let was ef double interest, as the KHTVCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Mr. Rice has boon one ot the simply chatting things a go." One of a that her stay among us cannot be a per- No. 1. parts 0:30 a. m. news not be amiss to state here that member while with Louisvillo to Bcattyville weal the rounds that Dr. J. G Crabbe manent one. Central Record. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, county board of education servants who has ever served the city county he happened to say: in a rich Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 UAGBE. " eastern Kentucky State Xormal most faithful public tIGKTH DBTRKST PUBUSHERS Lexington. Married in woaw be with the school that hn Khoxvillo. in any capacitj-- . Notwithstanding the'membars of the Board "I tell you, I've been Interested in The Lexington Herald gives the fol No. 37. Cincinnati toDeparts 12:12 a.Ar rives 11:40 a.m. m ae sapermteBded and the one that XEAK PER mighUly interested, for a EBICE tl.OO Rice has education, lovea iXm """ the teaderest love. The receive no compensation for their services, Mr. long Ume. Pre been on this board for lowing accont of tho wedding in that No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: IN advance Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m city of Mr. Joseph D. Simpson, or this awway sobeel room was in its best given his time and attention to the duties involved all these mighty nigh ten year." Good to oholce fleshy steors, 1150 to 1200 lbs $6.03 SC.T'i . "I am delighted to hear you say that county, and Miss Florence Swcenoy, Iso. 27. Richmond to Louisville via autumnal attire, and the able decorat Rowland. Departs hOO p. m. 1911 WEDNESDAY SOY S Good to choice stook steers, S50 lo 1000 lbs 4.80 5j ng oemmUte bad seen to it that each years, and is deserving of the highest commendation of the you are interested," I hastened to re- of Fayetto county: "Mr. Joseph D. Beattyville Louisville Good to choice yearling steers 3 4.75 by the ply, "for you know Kentucky stands Simpson, and Miss Florence Sweeney No. 3. Arrives 0:15 ptom. Departs 7:25 p.m Hower, palm. etc.. shnuLi nubhe. Mr. A. Miller Davison, who was selected thirty-nint- h in the list of the states were united in marriage Good to ohoieo steer oslves, 7 to 10 months oW , 5. " 5.00 eunesday 1'hbsihbxt i aft again acnes Welooe to all of the baby fold, the Taylor, re when it comes to education. That's morning, November 1st, in Lexington, No. 9. Cincinnati & Mavsville to Stan- --- bGood to oho ice heifer calves, 7 to 10 months aid 4.S5 5 ."0 nome Hopartaeflt, those wfc are ever Board to fill out the unexpired term of Mr. C. A. B! a a"tlc lord. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs not very far from the end of the list Good to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers v a .... 8.70 4. ; 88 oesaewea regular and faithful in attendance, and sitrned. will continue a member of the Board for the next We need men like you to help us keep Ky., by Rev. Dr. Srencer. The wedding p. in. t:m Good to choice stock cows, 3 to 5 years oW o 4 13 was solomnized very quietly with only a 3.05 North Bound moving." Cobb was the third member, sue things old gentleman stroked his griz- few relatives present on account of the Kansas Citv. Mo., October 27. 1911. four years. Mr. Jssse The o. J4. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives . . 11. groom. a nephow or 1 and Departs 4:10 a. m. ceeding Mr. .Harvey Douglas, who resigned some moniub zled beard Ithoughtfully, a arid I felt cer- recent death of a brother of the ,or Wegal monopoly Mr. Simpson is Mesdames Went infers that ever," impres?rrM wo,comc tain had to Cincinnati F Ed Blanton, sion. that smile, made vivid smile, W. F. and W. II. Park of near Rich ao. iu. Stanford Arrives 0:20 a. and as ago when he moved to the county. Messrs. n very small A '? be reaohed. prosecuted, broken ilaysville. m w 'H6 " given O.P wrinkled the corners of his eyes as lie mond, and is one of Madison county's marnates seat to I a DBAMLlIMI a. m. iltv i departs u:25 . . members of the said quietly: .1 IuumiiaI ouncn John Allman and A. D. Miller, the other I mnwier reaoh most energetic and substantial young No. 2. Beattyville to Louisvillo JaU. Thea why doesn't he " "iHiiKjoni orysanttiemums was sent Board, were elected to office two years ago, and necessarily "I reckon you forgot one thing in farmers. Ho-- is a Christain young Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Departs 7:20 them The RepuelioaRS have bad oom- - to Mrs. Isabella Eba as the oldest this whole business somebody's got to man or splendid morals, sterling worth, V no T ; ... . . plote charge ef the prosooutiBg machin- church i.uuisvuio io liicnmond via i'u. member, while Mrs. W. II hold over two more years be 'tail eanders ain't they?" or all who gevernment sixteen years, Hulnhincan and commands the respect ery ef the itowiand. Arrives 12:05 p. m. I had glimpse of rural Kentucky's know " oouquel The chaaoas are . mhI bow. when thev are about to co -out I CM him. The brido is the charming "O. JH. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar A special to the Climax Wednesday morning indicates attitude a " rosflt IAr miulaiit toward education. . The farmer brought him here. jcnkrA tn raononoUes . al aun. and talented daughter or Mr. and Mrs. MxrAr rives i:J0 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m column Tuesday BJ ton years. A quartette Kentucky had returned to the Democratic ' And those ether little pigs Sweeney of Fayette county, and pos- No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive be reaohed. The beef trust, Cattle and Children. Akn,an- - VoSC That stayed at home a:w p. m. bo sugar trust, the steel trust and a by one of the most sweeping majorities of many years, and it I was tired and discouraged after sesses that mild and sweet disposition a Pleasi"e ,aBdCa"lb"B &vo No doubt will be brought here, too days of school inspection In Jefferson and those qualities that render her an No. 4. Beattyville to Louisvillo ether monopolies have not been Fern Hurd, Wilhol is estimated that the majority of Senator McCreary, the county, so I had decided to taUe a day ideal type of a "We are headquarters for e companion and Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m "reaohed," and Bearlv everyone agrees raina Myers and Robert off and with the President that they "couM" among the Grand Old Man of Madison county, will reach thirty thou- sights. visit the State Fair and see the helpmate." Mr. and Mrs. Simpson ar-- No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar older pupils, gave rocita rived hero last week and have gone to he reached if prosecuted hi good faith. tions, rives and Departs 5:00 p. m. and a number of younger chil sand. "Blue ribbon?" I asked the man Besides Senator McCreary, Kentucky's next Gover But all ef these eonceras are big con- uren wearing a broad smile ns be came housekeeping on the farm of the groom, No's 31. 37. 33. 27. 34. 23. 3S. ! r iook part in mission roprosenta near White Hall, and with them go tho uauy trains, jno s 71. i. 3. 9. in . 7 to Republican campaign tributors nor, every member of the State ticket was elected and there down the main roadway. mob. otc. ASHAMED OF HER FACE Quality Groceries Await You funds, and a great many persons be- ever ready, The oroliestra. which ho exclaimed. lie caught best wishes of a host of friends ror a uaiiy except Sunday.. "You bet!" had some beautifully pro- - was also a gain in the Legislature, both of Senators and Rep Here lieve that this is one of the reasons whv, sight of my camera and continued. long and happy life. "I was ashamed of my face." writes iieu ihooos. xnis was ail a rich nro. resentatives. Miss Plckard of North Carolina. "It although they "oouhl be reached," gram in William F. lilair, Democrat, was eiectea "Don't you want to take a snapshot was all full of pimples and scars, but itself, but at the last Dr. fcrabbc my heifer?" thai they haven't been. after using D. D. D. Prescription for by a hand-snm- p ofAs he turned the splendid young was caned to the platform tind w Railroad Commissioner in the Second District, Eczema I can say that now there la no sign of that Eczema and that was given a greater ovation. Waving hnA for n The Demoerats, aooerding to even returns bejran coming animal ainto positionlook her photographmmnrir.v. When the earlv three years ago." I had . chance to over canThis Is but one of thousands of cases RopubMoaa newspapers, ought to win in Koremets made the rnun in which D. D. D. has simply washed white and apoh)He after anlause wnnt in it was seen that and ths Fifth District fully. I was certain she was of royal away the skin trouble. D. D. D. WIS. An thev have to do is to organize , blood, for looked like pol Hn fn tla&f mnn ...1. ww, cleanses tho skin of the germs of Eca ,vw U CtVOn a The Republican -- r and pull together. bis? Democratic maioritv. But even Senator ished 'ebony,her hornstoe nails had been Of The Richmond Cooperage zema, Psoriasis and other serious skin and her slice out of the very heart of his life for wonld return a diseases; stops liie Itch Instantly, and party oaBBOt defeat the Democratic canwhen used with O. D. D. soap the curea was to come Company, Thursday Nodidate for the presidency. The only inese, us people. He had been with McCreary did not hope for the landslide which Eeem to be permanent. Nothing like Telephone 39 5econd-s- t D. D. D. for the complexion. posefMe thing that oan prevent the elec- them before a line had found it wnr in sweenincr the hoDes of the Republicans before it. Com- 1911, at 10 A. M. . . Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to ut. jrang iaee. .oerore a A prove tho merit of this wonderfu' remhair had been tion of a Democratic President in 1012 f In.nJ . I 1. edy. ' parisons were quickly made by the Democratic leaders and "IH'.e. Wil W mnnol 4c ibo nmuu-a- i t balneal vac 'T&ia mi. We can also Rive you a full size The Richmond Cooperage Company betore his oye bad lost its lustre, for llij bottle for 31.00 on our absolute guarportunity is here, and from all parts of was easily found that the present Democratic ticket was it win, ior me purpose oi aissoivmg, on antee that if this very first bottle fails tVe are in earneit when we ask yoa ta A L numlr.' nuri, r. nuncicf. Uoad. I aowm,SJ HOB6 OI that ttAS mno to give you relief it TviH cost you notb-ine- ;. November the 23rd, at 10 A. M. on tho O RHINE a trial. Yon have no thine tc be to srKk ho said he had not runuing far ahead of that of Bryan in his last campaign. ' ik and eTerythin to sain, for yoor mony premises, sell to the highest and best uarters that the Demoorats reali.e it j 34331 will be returned, if after a trial, yoa fa I e toWore them hiddcr thoJtract oi 17.77 acres or land STOCKTON ii SON oratory nor sil- - Senator McCreary was the happiest man in the State last plans for a oam- to tret results from ORRINE. This offei and are already owned by It in the city or Richmond. Kirea the wires and mothers ot those but merely with a real Ho Looking Through. paign that wiH resuK in the Deraocratb Said property Tronts tho right or way or an opportunity to try h 5.rInl.to ex He expected to win by a big majority, and the OH KINK Treatment. sweeping the country in 1612. There H0Wy doltalk." tYou look good to night. It is a very mmpta oom me u.ccjs. ana u to A. Uailroads, Our list or paints treatment, can bo Riven in the homo wrthoat e' the Four Mile Road, Estill Avenue and at tho many varities you will be amaze seems to be. bo way for the RepuWtaaas I tfaOAJ8' yoH 00 ,00k Eood to me'" and majority given by the Democrats of Kentueky insured the publicity or loss of time from business, ami for special uses. auecesnor to Unrein & Denny tVArJc D our ilile pik-"tlio at a small priee. It is therefore acout more sin- to avoid defeat if the DemocraU cot to-. ORRINE is prepared in two formsr Vo. 1. cessible from any direction; and in addi- There Are Paints For Every secret treatment, a powder: ORRIJfE JTa. -- . gether and work, as they are bow start- - Tely Irom 1,0ttrt to I'Ps, bis people people that Kentucky is back in the ranks to stay and that to Iyin' on both railroads, has a tion Over HUte Danr Trust Company b thelr interest that he also in pill form, for those who deslro to talcs tee out to do If Mr. Taft is renomi rwed switch 10S5 foot long running through it TELEPHONE i6 voluntary treatment. Colts only $1.80 a box. another great majority will be rolled up next year in the Come in and talk 0Tr the mattw whh us. connecting tho two. It also has about anted the insurgents will slash him, and oofce1 EOod 10 ,hom- Ask for booklet. From the usrul water n.itnfc tw n 1200 feet of additional siding, giving to reason the vote "weewveana True Vision" mighl Presidential race. For some unaccountable If Senator LaFeilette is Bominated the PERRY'S DRUG STORE ine cmiro property switcning facilities walls, barns, etc.. to the finest of varme subject of his talk. lie in the Eleventh I" ed guard" will slash him. unexcelled anywhere. Said property is nishes ami polishes for the furniin n, District, which heretofore has been the aaa in arms a little girt, and Girlie was also connected with the City Water piano. To 1 us what you want to do and Warning to Hunters Posted. mains ty a six inch mam which reaches we 11 supply the paint product with The Denartmeat of Arricullure fre- - lo 861116 extent the object talked frnm mainstay of the Republican party, was found wanting. The which to do it every part oi tho property. AH hunters are hereby notified that I Oldham Building aently issues a small pamphlet, telling J Tried t0 direct the little one's eyes out Democrats showed good gains in many counties even in the rgu laciory will prosecute them to the extent of tho "3 ONK OP THE SEVEN HEIFERS. de-- 1 over the beauty of the green grass, I buildings formorlv of the outcome of suits filed by the the a unrn law for trespassing or hunting oa my Ky The District, where it was manicured 'that morning. "When she machine shop, hand-sho- nsnd a also an inn.. partmeat agaiast violators of the pure lura,nS autumn leaves, the laughing Republican strongholds. office farm from date or this notice. was led to the barn near by I knew building, a good stable, lanro shed, and ana reaiiy all of this love plan of claimed food laws. One of these pampelets. No. u"k, Silas Baxter. there was a great deal of dissention, gave a big she was a royal princess, for the stable I excellent pond. In addition to being For pains in the side or chest damnn n Wall Paper and Paints Drookstown, Ky., November 1. 1011. 3t 1188. teHs of a New York concern bav- - lhe universe, but Girlie could see nor piece of flanel with Chamberlain'sI tho only property in Richmond lying on This big vote continued even in the Tenth and boy was waiting to throw her opera 001,1 rar.oaas suuaoie ior business pur- - Phone 440 plead guilty to using arsenic in the wve nothing better than mud pies. majority. 203 East Main Liniment and bind it on over the sea . "W. Broaddus & Co., have excellent cloak over her and lead her to her stall. of pain. There is nothing better. For facilities for storage. Bring in your manufacture of a food product known Maic various illustrations or this kind ieventh Districts, which makes the present victory one of "How many heifers have you here?" mio RICHMOND. KY '. ":nlv0F 2- -f sale by Stockton & Son. wheat. as "Light Shade Egg Color." The food but st5H GMte clung to her mud pies. WheD he bad Haapfodtoanrwnd OUie M. James, the poisoniBg firm was fined 825. Pamphlet He then admonished the older ones in the biggest in the history of the past down. busfness, warehouse, coal, lumber or No. 1100 tells of a concern pleading lhoir guidance of these young lives that doi of the District, has at least realized his ambition "1 have my hands full this time," he stock yards. exclaimed. "I have seven to take care guilty to feistiog upon the public a are intrusted to them from day to day, It will be offered in four nnxcels ami food produot consisting in part of "dirt that St was so necessary to step by step and will go to the United States Senate. Gains m the Legis- - of. That's about the limit when you then as a whole and sold so as to bring th? n10 money. and eggshells" and a "filthy, deoom- - ,ead them into the esthetic Christian ature and Senatorial Districts make both Houses of the Legis- - are doing tho State Fair, all right."' ,ic? on 11,0 southwest side of L.ot I left the barn and went out Into the Hfc and away from the mud pie life posed and putrid animal substance." to think -d-- y i reca.j ature reliably Democratic. In Lexington the entire Demo- This manufacturer was fined $10. Now tnat ls 50 aPt to line the young. that those staggering blows hare been He took a lesson from the lily bulb cratie ticket holder!., htr.T. Z ranroad'.a.na 1,16 0ld dirt road, and is n fhssirfnv fnr Mavnr.mitn . , improved oy a frame ware- struck, is it not likely that other food that had uothing but a little dry earth Dossiblvoneexcentionthatof - Citv Jailer, was eW.tP.cf h i oii uuvb uuu Kins in uii eicui crnues mis niece a sinm? iiini ront. nnr, rhs.k dopens will cease administering arsenic abeut it: first staled that it was brought and another school where aad "putrid animal matter' in food to him by his friend. Carp, whom he majorities ranging from 15 to 500. of Thomas A. Combs ' for I nn worrlpd with slxtv.fl a tired worn tubs in frontlies warehouse. main iritf1i .. .. ir it i i Lot No. 2 north of prouuou: . ies,itu noi: i uiamieu ne ii aa nelped make and ?nd includes it, and contains 5.5 acres of thought he had gotten in a pretty cood the State Senator, was defeated by J. T. Tunis, his Fusion I 100 in one room. . lanil. Iln thiR nt i. inifni4 moin t ww . .: . . . .. was xue r lie stated he expected to cany opponent, 1Dy over two nunarea. Jonn li. stoii, fusion can- - SDiendid.roauwav bovS rrnwrinii 1, xrifh Jl2r ."udmg. consist ng of a'""u iui. aldrich, oUairman or Jod. machine ,i hpi, heaithv the National Monetary Commission, has that seemingly lifeless plant home with didate for City Representative, appears to have won over I with V16 k,ls.ses of a summer sun- - Tliey equipped dry kilns S20x63 feet! and a revised his proposed scheme for Cnan- - him. He would put it in fresh earth . were Iauchlnir nnd rlinttprlnr rnii in 1 h.:i.i...i.. j uuutiraaiiQiaDOUL . v uubA viiuiud aim :i iiHir oial legislation. But in the main, the give it air, water and sunshine and one' David C. Hunter. . iw icet. in tnis building there are in TTnf - 4.1o nnct I vu weeKS our store .lias .be?n filIed to overflowi wifch ii. AMircn plan, wmcn would place the oiner essential, the greatest of all stalled ready for use two large boilers, a customers bu vino-neThe Democrats were swept into power in the four largest large engine, line shafting, pulley, and public's credit under control of Wall which his audience was slow in gucssin and soasonable merchandise at priees remarkably Jow. other attachments to a foctory building. Have had more busiWe street, is unchanged. Nobody can read I This was love and and at Easter time he cities in Ohio by decisive pluralities. George ness man we'eould handle, and feel that J. Karb, Also a blacksmith shop eauinncd with his plan in detail without realizing that I would carry that to his own church and it is wrong and unfair to our oustomers to la steam lathe, drill press, engine, and Democrat, was elected Mayor of Columbus by from 4,000 uu. bate at, tiie time previously advertised, K is acentral bank of issue that he pro-- 1 place near the chancel rail.and it would anvil, vice, etc. This building is well and, poses. The government had one expe-- 1 nod to its audience. "Christ is truly to 0,000. adapted to any kind of manufacturing or warehouse purpose. If used for a Hence wira a central government bank. I risen. from this lesson, he of course warehouse, a large sum can be realized In Cincinnati Mayor Louis Schwab, running for re-ele- c It was manned by politicians and op-- showed how life could be developed into from sale of machinery, piping, etc. orated for their benefit, bringing on tne sacred and beautiful; shadows beget tion with Republican indorsement, was defeated by even as junk. Henry On this lot is located an office build-anpanics and bank failures. Realizing j shadows and that the Christian life .. . Wft will rmiflmiv i i with three large rooms, a small the hostility to a central government I should be submerged into Christian sun 1 Hunt, Democrat, by probably 6,000. uarvest lop Uie be"efit of our Kood friends Madison room, a largo 7. vault, wired for bank, Mr. Aldrich gives bis soheme the shine that all might take on and live in who waited patiently for hour after hour In Cleveland Newton D. Baker, Democrat and political ana wun all necessary oieciricny, and never could get to buy what they wanted. title "National Reserve Association." I auoh an atmosphere. With this he left Aim uunuing win maKe a good residence if not used as an office. It it practically a central government the platform, and the people not onh heir to the late Hon. Thomas L. Johnson, was elected Mayor ; mo. i contains 2.3S acres of land I saw the speaker, but had the essence uoi back under a different name. ol by probably 20,000, while practically the entire Democratic tniBTX-Sl- t EOXS AND GIHLS Ton ONE on which is located tho hand shop, an that simplified speech deop in their excellent building 250x40 feet, with a TEACnKR, The high tariff benefits nobody but I hearts to keep long after lie is gone. Jticket is elected with him. This property overflowing with the zest pf living. wareroom 40x20 feet. i i lhe sugar trust. Were it not for the I ' "e K,ad hand was extended to him all The Commission Form of Government proposition, sup Watching them ns they passed, 1 fronts L. & A. Railroad, and if sold o rl wasthe cry for bargains separately. Estill Avenue will be extendhave sugar .tariff this package would cost 2c I during bis stay downstairs, and when thought: send duplicate orders for more new ed so as to roach it. nnrl a pound less. Urge your Congressmen I he entered the auditorium the organ, ported by both parties, carried by a majority of 1,145, in 0 "Goodness! What Is tho matter with Lot No. 4 ennsfcts nf civ bum. n t. ior the thousands who are waiting for them. to repeal the tariff on sugar." This is I presided over by Robert Hipgins, pealed suring to Lexington a commission government wiumuaweami wiicu the norm ona oi property.on it are the pond in 1913. Mr um um all ttockmen an extract from a political speech. I orth l)r Crabbe s ever beautiful com and stable, it fronts Four Mils mil it. know that It takes oup not This is not a Loom-En- d Sale, bvt Opportunity to buy rifcw and uo-to- It U a statement or fact by Pittsburg position, "JJeauty for Ashes." After Cassiday, who was elected Mayor, will serve bub one 3'ear man to Handle seven Jersey heifers f nuro 'cnKlI1i and also proposed exten-l- n 4lon ot Estill Avenue. a state fair and thev do not know grocers to their customers to show the I the morning service, and also that nigbl unaer tne present charter. that one teacher cannot nossiblv L All oi said property will bo sold for latter who is not to blame for the rob-- 1 people kept graspin? his hand with Mn .r 11 Purchaser prefers, handle from thirty to seventy voune 2. the "Early bery charges on sugar. The quoted sen-- 1 howdy do welcome or a loath good iiird, the last animals and have them in weeks have been the biggest in the history of Proverbfol .Hn """.Si ""uU",? n0l. w "L S" lencee above are printed on the paper I bye. He will only be here for today, to take prizes In the show rimrof ?T Spe4 Gently. bag In which the grocers put up sugar, jthen he returns to his work at Rich I felt that tho children of Kentucky January 1, 1914, deferred payments to Speak genU7f lis a UtU 'tkltv Net a Landeeer. The effect of the inscription on almond. were not getUnjf a fair, square deal. J bear six percent interest from date of trapped in the heart's wU; "Is that a LandBeer. Mr. Croesus?' d nn.l ...... ..... .1 I. a 11 bag is significant It ..-- , auu food, the joy, that it say fcrtec tnti-- aked a visitor, oubuicu uy iien on property, causlnc before a naint possession will be given immediatelv means mat Uie tariff has cost 50c on I Coach Wilson, olftbe Normal School :r shall tell O. W. XjuwfsnL Harm In Extremes. l of a cow, executed with great skill Ijpon complying with terms of sale, ex- (bat oae purchase. Too jnuch noise deafens fnn f.lio fooc-- f ;n was aroused at an early hour Monday as fidelity. "No." replied the host cupi. io ornce, which is occupied by card- ana you must seize vour opportunity to save money. wuco ngni minds us; too great a morning to receive a message from Lex Keckoa Its a Darhm. See how i 1 Fmu- - m an No JoyrMer. nmy. i.i - utiwwen is-- norns, ana. see I lance or too much r ington to the gamo i, uuijr t mto unw 1 sW property 'is open inspection i "Their cbauSear seems a k Mar in tie ctdld. Teach Lexingtonthe effect thatfor that day with us f"m being abl to sm: color asd carl oa Its forakJ !7 prevcDtB to to High School -3- -4 had carerul fellow." "WeirTfor Um -R Tthlij to xaake It fear. So will B and t0 shprt a dssceura ob-- j any one in trested, and plat, survey ptg That's a gee nine Duraaa. sure. That I and mum Um bea olledoff on account or the down pay tbey cam't wall aoy additioaal information will be given uur "nowicdga of a aublMtr NMet iu- For Thirty Years Rich rw i't M pour f rain the preceding night. It tkisg els." pck. tfl anyone applying to Mr. A. II. Bur-naoo aiucb of truth stung' us. . Paacal. mond's Greteet Store. I was a great disappoiatment to the loam. Jr.. or Mr. Robert R. Burnam at th Miidieon National Bank. Our Story in a Nut Shell VICTORIOUS ROOSTER . Mr. and Mrs. Jolm T. Wilson, of Mob erly, are receiving the congratulations of friends over the arrival of a daughter yesterday morning. A little money sometimes buys a good deal For instance, tal;e the subscrip- - State Normal A TiAINIXi SrfUUU MR TEACHERS f Proudly Proclaims The Sweeping Victory of Democracy Tailored- and Fancy Senator James B McCreary and Entire Democratic Ticket Sweep the Republican Party With an Avalanche of Votes -- Waists Latest Novelties Etc Madison County Gives a Democratic Majority of 112 and Returns to the Legislatuse Hon. L B. Herrington. Remarkable Campaign Closes a and "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Novelties AffiffE W Goods 5uits Prophesies of the Party Leaders. Newest Silks and Dresses 9AYED IT ASK ANY T YOU AS AS THAT? t--i ANU OWEN- McKEB ail S HE WISHED HE HAD ffl W TU YOU FAILURE The Richmond Climax. ty-si- x, State Sank Trust Co., L. & N Time Table Mid-nigh- r, PARK, a, ""' : asje riin.. 1 W al JitL a-- 11 Richmond's Quality Meat Market a,,Jv. "W" 4e STf fn life-tim- GkoicePork 1 DISSOLU- TION SALE Broaddus. Sanitary Meat to Stop Drinking t. o. """ j--j L- vember, ' Hoi ti" hw-ia- R Emmett Million o. 4 DENTIST w" J. T. FEitRlELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, First B. Juett & Son ig - First nf'f6 , i.Vr. anuring j Rarest j j .... ' J !?n.!tnlt0..ha?i'? - Li,. ?".J SSSK two-stor- y TO BE CONTINUED Everybody a Chance. 2 MQRE wEKS Oldham's .Stupendous Bargain Feast So As to Give 1 1 n - 1 FOR TWO MORE WEEKS g, fire-pro- r f,c .... ia NEW GOODS HAVE COME cros. IN- - hZrT?: tw nZ 5r TyrrirJ?ary.1'J17 i. twenty-five-poun- via u T 11 to COME ONE COME ALL out-busmes- Trt m tfcr " i- c. ""'"w 6" j . .ou pcreu, Best Gao (on bolt) orl thr 4c Hope Bleach Cotton 7 Lar."Tnn(h' W. D. OLDHAM & CO. When You Add something each year that, will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities oHiouse furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your if you home becomes attractive with new tiling follow this plan of adding something new. every I MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION OF EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND . j spring. Try It A S Up-to-Date Splendid Stock of New Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. BENNETT and UNDER ice cream at H 1 GG1 N S ments; we searched the entire market and selected only the strongest values; and the result is a collection of Overcoats far and 14 M awav superior to any ever shown in Richmond. plain M The collection eontains Overcoats of every kind Conservative coats with velvet collars n cloth collars; coats with the new Presto and other convertible collars; long coats and medium coats and short coats, in all weights and styles and kinds In justice to yourself you must see this collection before " you make your selection. Read on or-wit- We .set out determined to outdo all former efforts in the Overcoat line. We bought larger stocks and more varied assort- -. A KING Clay Disposes of Home Itwci's 2-- tf tf Mr. Overcoats at $8.00 to $10.00 here's your chance. Cut full and roomy all over, full length and weight. Neat tan and gray and brown effects. Unusual values Overcoats at $12.50 to $15.00 -- . Is of storage. Fe'eral Court I.- - a nevt. Mr sroW - W. RrootMus & Ce. for all and Farm. Hon. B. J. Clay sold Monday his beau miles from tiful home, one and one-haRichmond, on Lexington pike, to Mr. Lewis Neale, the price paid boing 830,-00In addition to the home Mr. Neale Mr. Clay re gets 122 acres of land. cently sold ten acres from the above tract to Mr. Joseph T Jones of Silver The last Greek, for $500 per aero. named land also fronts on Lexington pike and is only one mile from the city. lf 0. If you want a good lookiug serviceable coat at $8.50 and $10.00. a small price, tveaes in this city at $8.00, A great range to select fiom at these prices. Raincoats and regular Overcoats; blacks, rich browns, ahd grays, in a wealth of beautiful patterns and styles. Unmatchable values at these prices. Some bear the Kenton label, the surest and safest guide to clothing satisfaction. II- - J R Azbill oongte Monday from Tgg. 'f London, a bay mare, aged 4 f. z" TLc v. r$275. scs--1 r en,s suffrage. e state Grange of Kentucky In yml.iao, teetered In favor of purchased 1 farm on the Moonesbero pike, Former Madisonian Dead. I .r.g for same &S5.26 per aore. Mr. Irvhie W. Anderson died at his A Hickman county faamer eat 1,000 home in Pawnee City, Neb., on October e 20, 1011, aged 88 years. .Deceased was 5 ul alfalfa hay from a c".J The estimated value of the orop the oldest son of Allen Anderson, of Silver Creek, this county, where he .s r.r 000. Grass Real Estate Co, has grew to manhood. Mr. Andorson left The Blue this county about 1855 for Illinois, later : -- curbed from Dr. T. C. Connell, of going to Nebraska, whero he spent his a,He walking horso, at a New Liberty, last days. Six children survive. His I ry rnce. wifo, who was a daughter of Salem JI'S. Ashby .Toms, ef Augusta, Ga., Wallace, having preceded him to the I is sold to T. J. Oirtls, of this county, grave many years ago. The remains of nrres of land, a part ef the Turner Mr. Andorson were laid loNe-s- t in Paw; ae place, for SS8 per aore. nee City on October 2S. Read advertisement In this Issue of Remarkable Record. T.o Climax of tbe dissolution sale of Cq,. whioh We venture the assertion that our o Richmond Cooperage v. occur on Thursday, Nov. 23, at ten City Collector, T. C, O'Neil, has made a record as a tax collector that will not be oc"ock eclipsed by any similar official in KenTlero seems te bo an epidemic of tucky. The city taxes for the year 1911 every Nearly r.''-- s ,o this community. Normal School Items. and of this amounted to $41,901.77, rr-svou meat smbs to be thus af-has turned over amount Collector O'Neil r.OcJ They are of the perslsteut va to the treasury $39,561.37, leaving a bal SAFEGUARDING YOUNG WOMEN. hang oa despite all efforts to and r ance of unpaid taxes duo the- city, and Sunday night at the Presbyterian j.;ct nJ of them. on which the penalty of ten per cent. church was held the closing meeting of TLo eighth annual meeting of the was added on November 1 of only $2500. the Kentucky Student Conference of Fox Hunters Association will "When Mr. O'Neil was elected colleotor the Young Women's Christain Associa.c i.eid at Crab Orohard, beginning next eight years ago, the city collected about tion, wheih was in session at the State ;.k nday A number of noted dogs from $27,000 taxes per year, and during his Normal School last Saturday and Sun. . s couniv will enter the various con-rs- 's administration ho has taken great pride day. Local churches had dismissed and a number of our citizens will in the increase of taxable property in their voning services in order that - ''end i he meeting. Richmond. members might hear the addresses There is little danger from a cold or Splendid 5lory To Start in of the evening. A largo and represenm an attack of the erip except when tative audience heard with sym pa This Issue of Climax. f. i.wed by pneumonia, and this never tent ir. interest Miss McElroy's address chamberlain's Cough a r pens when Cyrus Townsond Brady's latest and on "Safeguarding Young women." is used. This remedy has won Kerned? Miss McElroy is the executive secre.' frreat reputation and extensive sale best story, "The Islaml of Itogenera- oures of oolds and tion" begins with this issue of The ,ary for the Soutli Central Territory of , as remarkable r x and can be relied upon with im-- ; organization among young Climax. This story is a ct confidence. For sale by Stockton of exceptional morit whichliterary treat this Christain brings to hor work a wide we have the Women. She S.-ipleasure of offering to our readers. If and varied experience, having been For Rent you know Brady and,hls work you will engaged in this work for twelve years in DwL.unff on the Summit; alw, three agree that ho is a past mastor witu tuc fow York City;for a short time sue was vou can nnDreciatc the valuo of Ii in iharfo of the Central Branch of .. o ro rooms over store on Second street. r.on nnd. 21-- tf his storv when we bay it is undoubtedly Association work in London, having Apr y toC T. Fox. From bealnninfr to been called there in order that American hU TmistemiecQ. ond it is filled with dramatic intensity Law Offices Removed. If you want to Judge II. C. Rtee and OwBty Attor---e and thrilling action. clcverost-stonemoved tholr read one of the best and O. P. Jacks Jlwve read the oponing chapters :iw offices to the MeKee buiWlBg on ever writton in today's Clfmax. Mi a sireet. V,t 100-aor1 on J'iffct Ellison has the 8.00 and $20.00 . Overcoats at Overcoats at $22.50 and $25.00 .. Elegant is the word that fittingly describes these coats. Hand tailored in every essential detail, they fit and retain their shape perfectly. Rich fabrics in a wide range of attractive patterns, as well as the plainer blacks and grays. Stores that do not confine themselvas to One Price would ask from five to ten dollars more for such coats. Our finest coats, ane nothing but choicest material and superior workmanship enters into their construction. The fabrics are fine Tweeds, Cheviots, Scotches and Chinchillas, some are extra weight for men who want extra warmth. Sizes are graded according to the Kenton Scientific System, which insures a perfect fit for every man. n Covington and Banks j that devotes herself to tho work of tho Gaines, Edith Stivers. CLOTHING VAULES are mighty hard to judge, and for that reason you'll find it safest to trade in a store that has but one price Miss Mary Catherine White who is Miss Smith will have charge of the hos teaching in Irvine, was with her parents pital here for a few weeks dnriag tho Christian msm" Grounds. Young Women's from Saturday until Monday. absence of Miss DnraelL L&aemlar both in the city oi si. Although the weather was inauspici &ne MHs Florence Hood, of Laxiagtoa, Record. Territory. South Central Sue Bennett Momorial School Miss ous Monday the sales at the fairgrounds atte The following hnaitoeufy Mrs. Barclay, of Maysville,is visiting has been a most pleasant guest ef Mrj. charge of the Bible Uour.Saturday Maymo Thomas, Miss Alice Watkins, were unusually good. There were upon presided M. M. Miller this week. Miss Heed has invitation hns been eoeit. Mrs. Charles Smoot. , noon and Sunday morning, and Flor- the market about four thousand head of supple- Ethel Bryant, Mr. and Mn. Dwlley TrikW Mrs. Thomas II Pickets and Miss Mary many friends in Richmend, who wiH alat tho Sunday evening service, V. W. BufTon, Dean. cattle, but very few hogs and sheep. ways give her a gkd welcome. invite yea to be oieseat McElroy's address in a ence Lewis, Miss menting Miss MarytGayle, The hogs sold readily at 5 2 cents per D. Pickets were in Lexington, Thurs Transylvania University at the marriage of thoir daagbtor Mrs. James Lewis Booker, of Louisinteresting manner. most day. pound. Woodford Bros, bought of Capers, Lulu Snyder, Dr. Irene Myers; Dean. Mnry Tho very Reverend Misses Julia White ami Mary Ann ville, announces the engagement of her Abigail Weeks, Jonah Wagers 103 head cattle at $4.C0 Union Collego-HMim to daughter. Miss Lucy WhKe Booker, te Dean of Christ Church Cathedral Anna Walton, Laura Faulkner, Hallie per hundred. They were good stock. Collins will open their dancing school Mr. James Jon on Neah ilnlivercd tho Conference! Mr. Roger II. Burlingame. The wed Jonah Wagers also bought of different Monday. Norm--- t Cheap. on the fcurnteg of Woatoeodat'. feto ding will take place December 6 at Sermon, Saturday evening at the Mrs. S. N. Johnston, of Panola, is parties 7G head of young cattle at from No twoaty ninth of Xavembor m i .,i.;r. fnr liis sublect, Card of Thinks. Ellendale, the beautiful heme ef Mrs. III ""'o $3.75 upward. Louis Francis sold two isiting her son, J. J. Johnston, on As No more One Iheuaawd mm hoodYad ai; I alNW Ellen Gibson, in this oily. Without a Task." By some mistake in our card of Vision yearling mules at $35 cash. John Black pen avenue. at half after tea o'clock helpful messago was given during the thanks in our last issue, November 1, Dr. John A. Snowden of Wkthes4er, bought 25 head of yearlings at 3 4 cts. Mesdames T. E. Baldwin and D. B. was the Ckrfction okwreh conference than this, deeply the list of soloists was omitted. entire city Monday. Dr. Snowden in and 4 4 cents. "Wm. Park bought of Shackelford and Miss OHIe Baldwin Wo appreciated what Miss Lucy Adams, spiritual one, by Dean Capers. formerly lived at Paint Lick and has William Roberts 31 head of young cat- wero in Lexington, Thursday. S. on Miss Mary Hill, who is in tho U. Miss Mattio Elder, little Misses Ray always been a welcome visiter in this Kirksville years of associa- Rucker Davis, Mary Paulino Schafer, tle. Tho price was, not given. The Mrs. L. G. Ballard and little daugfe, furlough, after fifteen He returned last week front a sales were generally good. There were ter, Martha, or Richmond, aro here for city. in India, spoko that evening Miss Duncan Foster did and Miss Hartion work Cera euUhtg and gmia sowing are hunting trip in Arkansas and reports a present Monday buyers from almost all a visit to relatives. Winchester Demo delightful trip. and trade is good. riott Parrish as accompanist, moro than also on "Tho Women of tho Orient." the adjacent counties, and thoy vere crat. Mr. S. P. Ress sold to T. J. Curtis x At tho afternoon session bwwj. wn can nxnross and wish tho public to buyers of note and prominence. James II. Cline, son of Mr. and Mrs. pair of mules (or $408. on student problems and tho pow that when these wore left out it short talks Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Gwynnc, of A, M. dine, and for many years en Mr. Wm Arbnckle sold a nice bunc wore was a mistako we cannot account for, Judgment Reversed, ro'ation of tho Association to them Richmond, are visiting the former'3 gaged in the insurance busts ons in this of males to Pennsylvania parties. - nnii that wo feel thov added a very large Martha Cecil of Louismade by Miss . city, has gone to Richmond, where he A "cent dispatch from Frankfort parents, Rev. and Mrs. IV. It. Gwydac. Mies Lena Palmer of Stanford, ma.1 We again wish oi part to the program. villo, and Miss Mary llutclicrait, and his estimable wife will make their a pleasant vieit to friemts here last week. sa,s: Compensatory and not punitWe Georgetown Times. ,n hm nsnpciallv and also Miss- damages may be given passengers put Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McCormlok, of future home. We were unable te learn Meeting will begin at the Baptis' Misses Bright, WilJames as pianist. what business he will eagase in in tlm Churth next Sunday night and will bo n TrVnnr Mrs. Irvine Ballard and ffBa railroad train if damages are Winchester, have been guests of the oondneted by Rev. Thornton. brother, Mr. 'L. T. Rice, and city. ML Sterling Gazette. The Court of Appeals today so hitter's Mrs. D. B. Willis gave a moat deligb' Mossers Wm. Arnold, Cecil Traynor.and Pved. m- - tt . T. Porrv for cal- - construed the law in tho case of the family on the Summit. Iter. u. ti. beaniyn, the popular pas ful dinner last Wednesday, tjuite 1 Cincinnati, lew Orleans and Texas TaMrs. J. D. Clark and daughter. Miss tor of the First Presbyterian ehuroh. number of the ladies in this neighbo cum lights, tho young ladies and gentle- cific Railroad Company against F. B Elizabeth, were with Mrs. R. B. Turloy who has been quite til, was sufficiently hoed enjoyed her hospitality. men in tho drills and the mothers and Mr. James K. Henry has returne j Squire Dykes For Police and all parson ana ju. u. uarson, who were from Saturday utilil Monday, Miss Eliz reooverod to occupy bis pulpit Sunday, from a visit to Illinois. Ho made merchants for their Strayed. - put off the train near somerset be- abeth beinjr a dologata to tho Y. . Mr. Scanlon has been threatened Judge. with trip in bis automobile and was acconi others who helped mako tho entertainOne Red Potofi Cw from 410 cause their tickets to Moreland had C. A. appendicitis1 and it is very gratifying to panieu by ats wile ana aaogwer. I nient the success that it was. Elsewhere in The Climax appears the Richmond, Ky., Novem expired. They had received judgeMr. T. J. Coy and family visited Mr. J. J. Johnson and wife, of Irvine, his friends to know that he has about The Ladies' aid society of the uav- They wen ber : had leather hHor with rope announcement of Squire J. D. Dykes for Lexington last Thursday. ments each of $400." The tickets wore Assistant Dispatcher ot the L. & A, recovered. TiaT Cnuncn. Police Judije of tho city of Richmond, over to see thoir uangater, jiiss unr. around neck; retura an b rewarded. Dougnt at Jioreiaaa to Somerset and re- railtoad, have moved to this olty to re who is attending sohoot at Cam: subject to the action of the Democratic Miss Maud Wilson, of Richmond, is B. W. WlLIJAMS. Madisonians on Program. turn on Aug. 30, 1010. and were good side and have taken rooms with Mr. B uoiioge. Squire Dykes needs no intro party. hore, being the guest of her sister, Mrs. Madison county will be well represent until Sept. 3. The conductor refused to D. Gordon on Aspen avenue. Quite a lot ot bank stock chan? 1 L. N, Miller. ...Mrs. James Ruokerhas duction to the voters of Richmond, as Public Sale. Kentucky Convention accept the tickets, claiming they had V ed at the Greater hands here daring the nast week. heisoneofour best known and most Mrs. J. T. Dykes, of this city, wont to returned to her home in Riohmond James eoy sold thirty-len- r shares to tn which will meet in Louisville on Nov. expired on Sept. 3, and the men were On Saturday. November 18, 1011, at popular citizens. He has served as M r. Among those who are on put off the train. The judgement of Madison county, Wednesday, to attend after a visit to her sisters, the Misses Kirksville Bank at S WO per sltar.-at 13 and 14. 1r m 1 wiU seHsU public sale my maeistrate for this magisterial msinci saui Shugars Mesdames Joe Araohl and N. B. Coy sold several shares tho program from this city are: Prof. tho Lincoln Circuit Court was reversed. the funeral of her nephew, tho little residence on Orchard street containing for the past fourteen years and tho ex price. Messers T. J. Curtis, Mac toy. son of Ed Taylor, Jr., who died of men James Turner, of Richmond, were r n . ...in r r!or slut uU a num- J. A. Sharon, subject, "The Greatest rooms and all necessary outbulld-- . perience gained in this position eminent seen guests of Mrs. Annie Adams last week i ingitis. Winchester Democrat. ot shares jjr. Marion Coy pnrofcae-Popular Couple Elope. Need in Old Kentucky," Prof. T. J. ,.'s Uood store bouse oa the lot. ly aualifiesJiim for the ofllce he seeKs. Jliss Margaretta bmitn maue a visit ea a good number of shares or tne aoove 1 cVinnU , Past. Present lyvaica, Miss Pickett left for her homo in J. Pv. Pabke. If elected ho will serve tbe city in me TT.l-.- t is; rji.i. nli ,,i.R!rfl Mrs. T.J. Smith, prest- -- both of White s i Station, this county, Maysville last week, after a most pleas to homefolk in Richmond this week, stock. characterizsame faithful way that has deht of the Kentucky Federation of WoLetter List to Knoxville Tenn., Monday ant visit with her niece. Mrs. D. II ed his administrations as magistrate. men's Clubs, "What Women Want For ao Lisi of letters remaining In tho Rich He solicits tho support of every Demo 30 1911, and were united In Breck. Master D. II. Breck, Jr.. Tho first session will be Kentucky." companied his aunt. The young couple returned Bond. Ky., postoffloe for the week end crat in Richmond. held on Monday evening, Nov. 13, in- to rfao; Tuesday, and are now with Mr. H. F. Lawson, who has beon with r jr November 7: JNov. w, as stead of Tuesday morning, Anderson, BolUe Mrs. At the Normal. tho J. W. Zarin Grain & Mill Co., as MRS. SPENCER ""b , originally planned. All sessions will ne Tl Anderson, May L. Mrs. M X Rnark was UOSiess a a AnHUnrium. groom is a son of Mr. and Mis. John miller for pist six months, has resigned Jlkdi uem m u Benton, Mollle Miss Ballard, and is one of the most popular and has been succeeded by Mr. E. W. tea at Sullivan hall, Monday charming stress during the convention 'Cen- - Particular Brown, Thomas Rev. ,, afternoon. It was in reality an ect?? to young men in Madison county. He is a Kurtzdorfer, of Owensboro, Ky. ,i wnrk mitrht Paris, both members ol tho South in all will be laid on subjects pertaining Democratic Paper practical farmer and a very capable and meeting of the Suffrage convention mm . fin1ll. por two I tral Territorial Committee and by Miss Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Arthur, lato of ducational development, good roads, enereetic a Spencer Mr. was richlriUU BUUHCU ? Eakin, centleman. The bride is . j in Louisville. The library crt of tho Virginia Sinclair, student traveling rovisinn oi. our mi. .luwa uuu i. . .w i Louisville,' arrived in Richmond, last daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Potts, week, Estes, MaKennon th autumn leaves, and years The word decorated India, secretary for this territory. More than half of the and will mako Ricfimond their al improvements. pre- """u " Mr. young Harsh, Dan there Misses Deverell and Barter been Lf welcome to the conference was members of the Kentucky General As and is an unusually attractive char-act- home. Thoy have taken rooms at Mr. Harris. Fieyd Mr. ... sided over tho daintily appointed tea smlfin bv Mrs. R N. Roark, who is also mhK win ha nresent. Reduced rail- - lady, and possesses those traits of Hugh Colyer's on High street. u necessary to make an ideal wife. Jones, Robert Mr. r, Territorial Committee ".. table. Tho guests wero re freshed with given lo io knnwn as soma uw iui i ' r .. tnm for thA rnund triD ;n what, rouu Mrs. James Smith has returned to Tllfi bride and groom will go to house-plLee, Nettie Mrs. tea and cnocolato Immediately upon Territory, with headquarlors at St. 25 cents, have been granted irom banquet Saturday evening. J to 1 on a firm in tliii Richmond, after a visit to her daughter. Parks, J. W. keeping January arrival, and then seated in the parlor all points in Kentucky for the occasion countv. which he will purchase between Mrs. Newton Combs, who is out again Louis. In her address sho outlined me Pennington, Rebecca Mrs. If hear the very able talks about tbe great ---- -o, after the accident of bruising her hand Pierson, Dollie Miss l do. a! th. tan. 1 & N. Pleased With 1 he now and that date. work tho organized women of the world .tehtMlx , nerald, very .severely. Lexington Ralson, Frank Mr. in will doinc The speakers were Mrs. . .. Richardson, 'Robert Mrs. Miss Margaretta Smith has roturned ; attending tbe coniercnce, oou. Roark, Miss Patridge and Mrs. Mary B. T within and without thcmsoivcs. uy xi.o Lancaster, having nursed jmige Uisbie, Oharlolle and outside points. Miller. for Wm. Park and son have returned from mcang of traveler's aid work, tho use Richmond room at Tho Loulsvmeanuxtasnviuuxuw. Stevens, Lottie Mrs. Lewis Walker through a long spell of A number of unusually fino attrac tables wero sot in tho dining from a visit to Lexington. of tho Central Association Building, tvDhoId fever. We are glad to know Shearer, Katie Miss No. Sullivan Hall;" beautiful decorations which about a year ago equim tions havo been secured for this year's through blubs and classes in largo inMiss Bettie Smoot will go to Louis- Stollings, Toward Mr. that Judgo W alker is well agamN, of autumn branches and chrysanthom- main line irom wnciuuan, lecture course, as follows: centers, such as department wee to visu irumua. dustrial While. Wm. nm wnm used and at each Plate was a ion, Virginia, with toiopnono apparatus vine mis Bostonia, November 24. Councilman Jeff Stono is out, after a stores and factories, young women are In calling for the above letters, ptease rird that had been artistically I for handling its train dispatching, has "William Luxon wa a business visitor Judge Ben Lindsey, January 12. s' illness. Mr. Stone is one or . l,nH i guarded against dangers that arise from vw. mctnou so sausiaciuf j to Winchester last uoeic. by tho Art Teacher at found-thi- s sa "advertised. Hungarian Orchestra, January 31. Richmond's most energetic and prolack of skill, thoir lenorauco, their estern WAI.UAGK, P. M. Altornev P. A. Thompson, of Pans, gressive citizens, and has done much Dr. Willctt, February. tho Normal, especially for this occasion, it recently ordered of tho o additional tele- - was their proverty, and llteir lovo of pleas Binsham, March 22. oho social affair of the trie Company forty-twRalnh tho in the city last week on business. toward the upbuilding of the city over ana. ure. Tho speaker Tolated that ume pnone soiocior ciiuuiouw , Edward'Amherst Ott, April 10. and a most delignttui Mrs. J. C. George and daughter, Miss it . iuams uu,i. over acain voung women had been able conference I od on a new copper lino , n nnlnveii. Hallowe'en passed off pleasantly and Janie, Jeft last week for a visit to friend demand better salaries because 01 fromLexington, to Quicksand, Ky. quietly. Tho annual party was given inrccascd efficiency acquirod . in ine Jesse Cobb LIST OF DELEGATES. For Cold In makes in Stanford. Overnight Cure ..i..i.An..1.K4nrinn1nmint Tandy Eads I. B. Walker to the students, but this year we naa a educational work of the association. is Mrs. Woodford Spears of Pans, representing II u n Wnt ps. iMfnr the train dispatcher locat-., IV JWMIWIW Vi M V1UVU Head Or Chest novel entertainment in the chapel in Through the variedand delightful social Shackelford, on -- .,i. vs. Fac ic nnrt uminnt bodies in eleven- j , t,M,inartors. in this case at Liex-- 1 visuinj, Mrs. W. R. tho form of Charades-Student- s women may grainy ,n .ipnal anv of the way stations West Main street. Srhnrtls were present, as folvery activities young ThoHsaads,. an It Is Curing ulty. The students gave several Miss Eliza Bush returned Monday their natural love of good times, in lows: withoilt calling the others. When the Saves Time and Moaey 'of an investment more profitable than real estate more clever ones, while the faculty concen wholesome surroundings. t At tho close tr.i,-rin- o How. Liunnfnhnr at Leximrton wishes to con- - , from a visit to ner sister in aiauisou . trated its energy upon a single humorjc liorea certain oi steady increase in value and large returns? Get a bowl threo quarters full of boil of Miss McElroy's address a generous ro u... Mnrv Welsh. Diniker. Jen- - verse with the operator at Ulchmona county.-- W incnester ews Middlesboro- ous one in five acts. Tho Caldwell High soonse was made to her appeal lor tin towel. ing water, and a Search the entire investment field over and you will not Mrs, Laura Thomson, of Bcecher, Mae the selector makes it possible for him with Miss Harriet Pour into the water a scant teaspoon- - School orchestra,gave several excellent ancial aid in the special wont 01 uevoiop nle Elliott, Henrietta Sarah Couk, to ring the teiepiionoDeu 01 iuo uti0. find anything to equal it. We have some choice parcels is tn8 guest ot ner unugnier, air. Parrish, pianist, ...t.s.tlnn't wnrk. in then Cities Wlnter Bessie DeBord, ful of HVOMEI (pronounce High-o-mon iv esi sireet, b . uennett, mucn to me A.. lt.Mh rrn Stnrns. to offer, both improved and unimproved, many of which at RIchmonu witnout sigunmue v Put vniir tmnt nver thn bowl and cover 1 numbers, which added Allen, the other operators along the lino. iwiw-Fmnisprogram every and. schools oinennioKj. Jnropram. , -Mrs. John Jackson, of Lex- . .. Mr. and After the are genuine bargains. It will pay you handsomely to ... cover a total dis. JL..t . music was furnished by a male quarteue inrtnn. and Dr. Ovfcn. ot LouUvllle, body repaired to tho gymnasium, where consult us regard&g realy mvestnjerats. i Breathe the apor that arises for a composed of tho of ninety six miles, and .twenty hiive concluded a vfciit to Mr. and Mr. r.iWonsses i refreshments of ginger- - from tltrs Normal, your head Is few minutes, and presto! .ocn rrs I nnn stations will bo equipped toMiindte J. O. George. n.iratW ami Vat tin tfirrin. and, juicy applos were lowinr: Messers Stott, tVilson, I . A J as clear as a bell, and the tightness in hread and cider mAtaaiA, rtr. t - Mr. T. S. Todd came down from y Collego-Knscott, v Is pleasan: to note that the and Billman. unci uie train movcmeuib. Georgetown It the chest Is gone. . lNCOPOATED. should be. ceie ouivwiubuib u.uw idea that Hallowe-oBanta. Jackson Saturday arid remained la this SPEAKERS AKD LEADERS. It s a pleasant cure. You'll enjoy sui" MUiisu, Ris0 equippea wim twenty-on- o College-Jua- ntta wanton destruction ot Hamilton city with his famllyBtil after the feel at once hrnted .with tho breathing HYOMEL You'll - I TCm nnrallel this train circuit l ,.uv-,. ,1 Gibson BuMnfc f w.w... tn Richmond ... niiier leaders and spealcers on the . ,1 . I TirniM!rLV UW Lodal and Long Distance iw sootnmg, neaung Orphan School L This is another Instance where a railj I The bovs were out In their usual parade program of the Student Conference Main Street Kentucky Female Cerahlieen has returiwd Mrs. Sallle effests as It passes over the road nas lounu no buildings were defaced, Richmond were Mrs. Sclden P. Spencer, Virginia Cornelle. Lula Ualtner. y membrane. 50 cents a bottle, of fun. but irritated j Glevor, in Sanaa " no depredations committed and no propKentucky State University Virij inia meun'. anu reimure 'dames Gridw at drurcists everywhere. Ask B. L, ILm. ininrad. - This auiTurs well lor of St. Louis, wife of Judge S. P. Spen Acker, Gu Jett ' its vatlons communicatioiw. w ; Annabel Middle ton tor an extra bottle HYOMEI I CVHJ cer, and a woman of wwiltU and poaitioa McClure, Richmond and for the chooi. Inlialent. ' " Millcrsburg Fomalo Academy Mayme Dee Long, Margaret Ann Miss Stock Sales At The Fair City, Mo. Mrs; H. B. Hanger is in New York. Mrs. Bettie Smoot is visiting friends , in Louisville. cs al Emma-Landriim- . VmJ. ss . 3-- 3-- Notes l -- tint s - Lancas-as'eraenu- e. . v n.. 1 jfPr 0, .w WINDOW GLASS We have them the and sizes ,",.,, ii - '7; p'rw' t or w 1 us 1 Yery Lowest Prices you have any broken out, have them put we you. Call us by Phone 75. .. .v."J w, " PERSONALS fct aa hand-decorate- d ..... 1 two-week- PERRY S DRUG STORE uiec-Thisw- o Try This k JL 1 Can You Tell Me i t 1, e) ;i 1- 1 - 1 jnn G. " d .. . . Bluegrass Real Estate Company, n - ""!n JT. ; TTn' itha' ' tor, Rkhmonti Ky I The Corn Cap. Corn cutting is about over. The yieW of com is absolutely the 'worst that eoald hare been growr, tad cattle aien wlR have to boy heavy through the brokers. While a few fields snow good ears, most of them wiH produce nothing but nubbins. Another thing that is causing much loss to the farmers is the fact that the rainy weather has caused the ears which have been in the shock for same time to rot, while the fodder is decaying, and some of the farmers have shocked out and housed their corn be fore It was good and hard, thus making an effort to save it from total ruin. Fodder rHt not be as good as was expected Ml Sterling Advocate. Much complaint is being heard from farmers alt ever Ltaoeta and in ether sections of the prevalence of rot in corn, says the Interior Journal. Some say that the bad cars are shewing up to the amount of a bushel to the shook. It had generally been expeoted that one of the best craps known in many years would ' be the harvest in Central Kentuoky this year, bw, the rol. caused by too muoh rain on the shook, wilt cut down the estimate 6esideraby. The same conditions exist in Madison every ether oeaty in and probably Central Kentucky. The less from rot In Madisen county wW be wermous. Aj. Great Discovery Certain Ingredients That Really Promote Hair Growth When Properly Combined. Resorcin is one of the most effective germ destroyers ever discovered by bciencc, and in connection with Beta Naplliol. which ts both germ leal and antiseptic a combination is formed whiah dettroyos tho gorms which rob the hair of its natural nourishment, and also creates a clean, healthy condition of the scalp, wbtoh prorenis the develop ment of new gormn. Pilocarpin, although not ar coloring n ingre matter or dye. is a dient for restoring the hair to its natural olor. whon the lo&s of hair lias bco soaod by ua disease of tho scalp. These ingredients in propor combina tion, with alcohol added as a ntimulant nourishing and for its properties, perfect perhaps tho most effective remedy that is known for soaln and hair troubles. We have a remedy which is chiefly oom posed of the ingredients, in com ehwtion with ether extremely invaluable medical agents. We garantco it to positively cure dandruff and to grow hair, even though tho scalp in spots is bare of hair. If there is any vitality left in the roots, it will positivly cure baldness, or we will refnnd your money If the scalp has a glazed, shiny appearance, it's an indication that baldness is permanent, but in other instances we believe baklnes is curable. We want every one troubled with scalp disease or loss of hair to try Rexall "9ST Hair Tonic. If it does not cure dandruff and grow hair to the satis faction of the user, we will without quantum or quibble return every cent paid us for it. We print this gurantee on every bottle, it has effected a positive cure tei 93 per cent of cases where put to a practical tost. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is entirely unlike, and we think, in every particular better than anything else we know of lor the purpose for which it is pro scribed. We urge you to try this preparation al our entire risk. Certainly we know of no better gurantee to give you. liemeraoer. you oan oouun iiexaii Remedies iu Riehmond only at our store The Rexall Store. H. I.. Perry's Drug Store. well-knowwoK-Jofin- ed ONE WAY OF SAVING FREE TO TRY A BABY The mother does not live who would not do all in her power to keep her child healthy, but often she does not know how. So when a doctor of standing points the way all can afford to listen. It is an accepted fact that nine out of ten of the troubles of infants and children is intestinal. You notice it by the fact that. the child is consti- and cries. it belches, is Sated, give remedypeevishcontains an a that opiate, because the child will get in the habit of needing it, and don't become alarmed and run at once for a doctor. Try a scientific laxative first Give a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the remedy that is intended for the use of children. It is mild, The remedy gentle and is ahsnlutelv nure and is cuaranteed in every particular. Mrs. Toomey of Emingsville,. Pa., and Mrs. Fred Croms of Alanson, Mich., never give their children anything else. These are only a few among thousands of women. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of. any nearby druggist, for they have all sold it for a ecnera- Uon, but if you want to test it on your child first send your address .to Dr. Uaidwcii and he will cheenuiiy send you a free sample bottle. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monttcello, non-gripin- g. JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL. THE CAUSE. OF ECZEMA under and is germ life that burrowsway to euro feeds on ECZEMA James & Htmley "Will buy or sellyour bouse, farm town lots or any thing! else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be promptly ana. carefully attenflecUtp. See. " Kcnt:ky If Out of Step With the March of Education. vou had not dr'veu twelve miles from big, throbhlug. pulsing LouIs-- 1 vlllo along perfect roadways sprinkled with oil you would think you were lav out In some rural community when you gaze at Rocky Hill school. It seems Impossible for such a .school-hous- e to bo tolerated In n county as rich and prosperous as Jefferson. Its stylo of architecture la severely the skin. The is to remove the cause by w,hinrr rtwnr witlh ft clean, penetrat ing liquid, the germ lifo and poisons (lint - ta iioa flin trmlhln .. " .'- VUUdW Wntim-ia nrnnnratinn that Will UO this. The first application will stop tho itching and givo prompt relief to an irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If you are a sufferer from skin or scaly eruption in any form, try one bottle of ZEMO, tho clean scientific preparation wo are confident you will be pleased, with tho results from the use for preparation of this standard s Quality Groceries Await You Here, Buy Your Groceries And enjoy your meals; meals to suit v him .... u his ?: services-ar- e i . j neeu? ed. "We represent iron bound re: . oczoma. Store. aroivn Good for Companies, as Insurance Infants as wellDrug member this. persons. Perry's . the taste exactly. Try one yourself aud youJll send your friends to know about them. That's why we sell Groceries; we do not keep them. Ferrill & Gott. Reward, Toe readers oi inia th.t there b 111. ' Soft Drinks of all kinds. The best lrn lunch stand in the City of Richmond. iltgn. ml tint is CUrrh. IjIl Cytirrh Cure cure i Is frmtiraltr. Cit.rrh buw e00?01";"?1 At No. 141 First street. constltutionsl 20-Give thorn a call. , IUllTc5rrh Cure Is taken Internally. ctln 2t .t &t mm rr:i Try a Sack of A B C Patent Flour 59c a Sack. Removal Sale ItOCET HILT SCHOOL. Eggs 20c Each. Eggs are soiling at 20o each in Guaj- amus, Mexico, and other foods aro cor respondingly high. The high price of egzs Is caused by tho drowning of many hens in the recont floods and because of damago to transportation facilities. We are now selling our stock of goods Mrs. Leslie Carter at Lexing- Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January . Call and 1 ton. Mrs. Leslie Carter fa a rnjw .play. Twe Women," oemes to the Lexiag-t- e Opera House fer tw performances, naOftee and fright, Thursday, November 9. Site wW appear ha a dual role, and hi portraying two characters, each the dlreet antithesis ef the other, she k said to demonstrate a soepc ef versatility httberle H&revealed, a triumph fer Mrs. Carter acknowledged to be the greatest ef emotional aetresses. The play hs is five acts. The production has been lavishly staged and the exeeptienaUy good company ef players give excellent support to she star. The "Two Women," new in its second season, has proven a big suoeess. The sale ef seats opened yesterday, November 7, and orders fer seats sent to Manager Scott, aceempanled by a wilt receive prompt attention. see us and we will convince you simple. This Idea of extreme simplicity Is carried out in the veranda of red corrugated iron supported on plain 2 by 4 studding. If the buildhit., the main building, lacks beauty, the old coal house is much worse. It looks as If after years of wear and tear the neighbors had felt sorry for It and had had something of a donation party. This, of course, is merely a surmise, but It Is the only possible solution to the general makeup ot. the building. Evidently one neighbor had donated some old red roofing tin. Another neighbor, seeing the need of a door, had sent over one that bad been cue "kinder whopper Jawed" and would directly upon tho blood and pmcooa snrfaeea or tne system. tnereDy aesuojuis of the disease, and irWlns the patient strenstli by balldlnf np the eonstitotlou and assisting naF lore in uohir im not, they so ranch faith la it enratire rowers that 1 oner line iiuimii ."""""",-""tails to core. Send for list at Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., loieao. u. Sold by all DrugzUts. T5c. Tate Hall' Family nils tor constipation. ll f" , Sewell & McKinney Telephones 6 and 223 1 Cleaning and Pressing Dr. M. Dunn Specialist Ladies and gentlemens clothing clean In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE ed and pressed by Mrs. G. F. Bradley and THROAT Work is or 130 Second St. up stairs. Richmond, Ky highest order, price low. A trial ordei Oldham Bldp. solicted. ti" A specific for pain Dr. Thomas' Eclcctio Oil. stroneest. cheapest lini- mcut ever devised A household rem edy in America for 25 years. Corsets Coats JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. PHONE. 83, or 481. Suits fectly Fitted Big Contract. Million Bros., of this city, have been awardcdithe contract to supply coal to the Eastern Kentucky Normal school for the next twelve months. Consider ing the amount of coal required to run this institution, this is probably onelof the largest contracts ever made for coal by a local dealer. Gossard Corsets Per- March and Douglas Avoid Hatsh Drugs Many Cathartics Tend to Cause Injury to the PATRICK R J.DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Oflico in Bank Building. Nuxol and Victor 5uils and Goats Made to "speeiul order" only Style, fit and material guaranteed. Call and see samples and style books. Cornerstone Laid. The people of Shelby county who at tended the laying ef the cornerstone of "Grace Hall," the administration building ef Ltaoeta institute, Thursday afterBbon last, conceived an entiroly new idea ef the purposes in contemplation by the founders, after hearing the addross delivered by Dr. A. Eugene Thompson, who will be the principal, and Dr. William Geodell Frost, presi dent Bereft college, te whose untiring efforts the money necessary for the establishment of the institution is attrib uted. The total eost, so it was sta'ed, will amount to nearly half a million' dollars, of which lees than $00,000 was contributed by citizens of Kentucky The other speakers e the . program were: Hon. M. O'Sulliran, editor of the Sentino), who represented the county; Mayor G rebel, who is also tho contractor, representing tho city: Rev James Bend, D. I)., a trustee ef Berea, as a representative of the colored peo ple, and Rev. Dr. Parrish, president of the Eastein Morten institute in Louis, ville, who pronounced the benediction. The site on which the buildings are purchased at erected contains Sholby a ooet approximating News. A Pretty Custom. Bowles. If you arc subject to constipation, i you should avoid strong drugs and cathartics. They only give temporary relief and their reaction is harmful and sometimes more annoying than constipation. They in no wny effect a euro and thoir tondency is to weaken the already weak organs with which Jhoy come in contact. "We Honestly believe that wo have the best constipation treatment ever doviscd Our faith in it is to strong that we soli it on the positive gurantee that it shall not cost the user a cent if it does not give entire satisfaction and completely remedy constipation. This preparation is called Rexall Ordir lies. These are prompt, soothing, ard most effective inaction. They arc made of a recent chemical discovery- - Their nnncinal incrcdient is odorless, tasteless and colorless. Combined with other woll known ingredients, long established for thoir usefulness in the treatment of constipation, it forms a tablet which is oaton Just like candy. They jnay be takon at any time, either day or night, without fear of their causing any in inconvenionce whatever. They do not gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. They act without causinc any pain or ex cessive looseness of tho bowles. They arc idoal for children, weak delicate persons, and aged people, as well as for tho most hearty person. They come in three size pakages, 12 tablets 10 cents; 3G tablets, 25 cents; 60 tablets, 50 cents. Romombor, you can obtain them only at our store The Rexall Store. H. L. Perry's Drug Public 5ales. In this issue ef the Climax Master Ohh mission or II. C. Riee advertises three sales to be held on November 9, Jo morrow. He ako advertises the sale of M. E. and W. B. Jones en November 18. 1911. 'IJDB to a -- ? C. B. Cotton advertises a sale near Faint Liok en November 9, tomorrow. C. Ilsoker Adams, as administrator, advertises a sale at Waeo en November S, tomorrow. Taxes Due. Your taxes for tho year 1911 aro now Come in my hands for collection. in'carly and avoid tho rush, as well as saving tho penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 8-- tf Read these advertisements and make a note ef the dates. Pleasing to 5ee. . It is a most gratifying sight to so eaeh morning the large number ef ohil-rire- n en their way te attend the various seheels. It shews that parents are obtaining fer their children a good edeeatjen and arc doing their part to prepare them te mere suoeess-firtl- f fight the battle ef Me. Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. Tim Northwestern Mutual Liie In surance C')., will loan money at 5 pe cent interest on good improved farm lands on .Mortje. Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. Richmond, Ky. 0-- Married. For More Than 100 Years ee Mr. Beamett Long ef Garrard oeunty, Sundays in There will be fifty-thrand Miss Martha Tamer ef Colton burg 1911. This will not happen again in this county, were married Wednesday 100 years. It bus been suggested that afteraeen by Kev. C. C. Marshall at his all religious denominations in the United rocMocec en Wood Wind avenue. States or in the world for that matter, Sunday, which celebrate tho fifty-thir- d Don't use hank physios. The falk on December 31, the last day of weakens the, bowels, leads to the year, as a day of Thanksgiving. UStorc. oitreBic eeBstipatiea. Get Dean's They operate easily, tene the Big Investment atnmaoh, cure eenstipaties. In last Sunday's Chicago Examiner Come to Owen MeKee, Riohmond Ky. for dry goods and Bottens. Others largest advertisement ever Richmond People May appearedinthesingle issue of a newspaper do and why not tf Some a printed Wait 1 111 It's Too Late. by any one firm. The advertisement "My ohild was burned terribly about was for the Fair, one of Chicago's large the face, nook and oh est. I applied Den't wait too kle. Dr. Thomas' Electric OH. The pain department stores and covered twenty Be sure to be in time. e eased and the ohild sank into a restful pages. The one insertion of the adverJust in time with kidney ills sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hansen, Ham-bwMeans curing the baek tisement cost the managers of the Fair N. Y. Before backache beeemes chronic; $22,000. Before serious urinary troubles bets For Rent Tho above only demonstrates that a Having decided to discontinue house olty is made by its progressive business Dean's Kidney Pilk will do this. Here k testimony to prove it. beeping, I with to rent my dwelling on men. Go where you may and you will Mrs. Mary Hinson, 21 Strothor St., Seoend street. House is in good repair, Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: "I Relieve find a busy lot of merchants in the town seven rooms with all necessary out build, where everyone advertises in contrast good pasture, garden, etc. that if I had not used Doan's Kidney-Pillsings, stable, I would not be living today. My with a dead one, whose merchants con 1 ake have fer sale Al Jersev milch cow. health was very poor and two of our clude that "everybody knows 'em" and 13-t-f Apply te T. J. Meberlv. best physicians said that 1 bad dropsy they need no advertising. Dan. Breok, fire, lightuisg, cyclone and could not expect to recover. They and Kve stock. tf gave me a year to prepare tor my sad A Live Business Man. fate. The kidney secretions wore un Iioh relieved in 30 minutes by Wood- natural and my body bloated. I was C. C. Culton certainly is a meat seller ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. norvous and suffered severely from o Sold by Perry's Drug Store. headaches oad dizzy spells, during of . prominence. We stopped in his es which spots lioatod betore my eyes. 1 tablished, and were impressed with the If ye are going to have a party have often had to grasp something for sup- artistic taste he manifested in putting Rhsot make your brisk oroam in that port. My baok was ako very weak and up his meat and everything his many deHctous manner. tf l coutd not stoop to button my shoes, customers required. He is doing good in fact. I could hardely got around. Automobiles Painted. was so much impressed by a testimonial work. At my shop en Third St. I am pre- given in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills Rooms For Rent try them and procured that I pared to paint and trim Automobiles, a box. decided to They gave me prompt reliof Apply to John Allman, Collins street Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of alt and I continued teking them until kinds. I have a painter of long ex- wass in good health. I have but little or Allman & Pigg, Main street. perience and who understands his trouble from my kidneys now." For sale by alt dealers. Price SO cents, For 5ale. best ness. Prices as lew as consistent Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, Pure-bre- d Bourbon lied Turkeys; No with first class work. Give me a trial. solo agents for the United States. Re mom bar the name Doan's and vember delivery. I). & C. Horse shoeing, Blaoksmlthing and A. D. Miller, take no other. repairing in all brandies. 25-t- f Richmond, Ky. 12-t- f James A Moores Can t look well, eat well or feol well Turkeys for Sale. with impure blood feedincr vour bodv. For Rent Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood I have for sale a few choice Bourbon Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in liittcrs. Hat simply, take exorcise, Red Turkeys and Rhode Island Red Chickens. Telephone 250, five rings. good repair and in good neighborhood. Keep clean ana you will nave long lite. E. P. Miller, R. F. D. No. 3, Apply to 25-t- f Richmond, Ky. Miss Lee Prathcr at W D. Oldham & Dan Breck. lire, lightning, cyclone 15-t- f Co' and live stock insurance. tf Old corn Sf.25 per bbL by the load Send your order to Arnold & Simmons. tf Thos. A. Shollon, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring City, Ky. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone tf and'livo stock insurance. Had Approval of Clerk. An Atchison business man, who has a small store, recently hired a clerk who was very shiftless. He didn't half attend to his duties. "I think I'll have to hire another clerk." said tho business man. "You ought to," was the reply, "there's too much work here for Just one clerk." Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets Can t bear the touch oi your clothing. Doan's Ointment cures the most obstinare cases. Why sutrer. All druggist sell it. you crazy. Just In Time g. . Mules for 5ale. Ten extra good mare mules. H. D. Uaybox. 25-t- f Silver Creek. Ky. One Disadvantage. 8peaklng of the announcement by scientists that people may become energetic by eating raisins, the Chicago Record-Heralputs in tho comment that the trouble Is that most of the energy produced by eating raisins has to bo expended In removing the seeds. d 11-8-- tf Wedding invitations, after marriage and at home announcements, calling cards, death and birth announcements, anything, everything in this line of work printed or engraved at Climax office. Uusiness strictly confidential. ti Pigg's Pure Apple Yinegar at Allman & Pigg's. f 12-t- Wo notice in some of our exchanges a TO INSURE YOUR custom that has nevor prevailed here HOUSEWITH For instance, Miss Jones advertises in a local paper that she will bo 20 years old on October 30, and would be pleased to receive an illuminated post card from AT ONCE each of her friends. These cards generally contain some sentiment appropri THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT THE BOOR WAS "KINDEIt WIIOPI'EB JAWED" ate to the occasion and are preserved as BURNS AND WISH souvenirs, and, in after years, are doubt YOU HAD not fit anywhere then, having no less of much interest. hinges, it bad been tacked on anyway and left standing wide open for the Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone wecthj to grow about It. and live stock insurance. tf Jefferson county, with its trolley lines, its splendid roads. Its wealth Announcements SURVEYOR should be an object lesson to the rest of the state in schools and school FOR SHERIFF solicago of those its patron needing serequipment, but she is Just where the We nre nutlidrized to announce ELMER vices of a competent man. Address, others are. DBATHEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of The whole state is out of step with Mndlson county, subject to the action of RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Dnieocrntic party tho march of education. We nre authorized to announce IOIIX R DALDWIN n candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the MOVED THE LECTURER. democratic party. We nre authorized to announce X. B. Church Too Good For Him, but School- - JUNES a Ciitidiunte for Sheriff of MntHunn county, subject to the action of the Demo house Was Just the Place. party. The man who was to give an illus cratic nre We authorized to trated lecture at Deer Creek sat oh the CQLYKR a candidate for announce H. II. Sheriff of Madi-socounty, subject to the action of the steps of the Deer Creek church wILh ueniocratic party. his grips and gas drums about him. Because dollar for dollar we do hereby authorized to announce Seven-thirtcamo and went; the early SWeare DDuiuA-nciinuiaairvi i. ouenn tor not believe there is anything else summer twilight deepened while a fain of MadisonTounty. subjeet to the action Ily of screech owls discussed their af- ul me ucuiwniui; puny. on earth that brings the same FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY fairs under their breath; 8 o'clock came pleasure as a home. And again, Wo aro authorized to announce S. A. and still no audience. A buggy rattled on the road below, and a voice called D. Jones as a candidato for County Atby investing rigkt hero in your torney of Madison county, subject to shrilly: homo community you are dealing tno action oi mo uemocratic party. "Hello !. Anybody up there?" "Yes, and I want to get in to put my We are authorized to announce R. II. in values you understand and with lantern in place," answered the lee- - CKOOKE a candidate for Countv Attornev subject tn the action of the Democratic people you know; henco ths risk arty. turer. of loss is'completely eliminated. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE "Didn't you hear that we hnd Wc nre authorized to announce BEN J A changed the place?" queried the voice. What youdont Jcnow about lumMIN F.Emi'AHnS.n rcnrlMntn fnr "Ko." nerinternlent of Pnblic Schools of Madison ber we arehere to toll you and "Well, we did. You better get your county, subject to the action of the Demo we may be able to holrjjrou avoid things In your wagon and come down cratic partr. We authorized to the schoolhouse, half a mile down Iirnck arecandidate for nnnnnnrp Wm S many of tho mistakes that are frea Superintendent of the road, for the folks Is there waiting Public Schools- of Madison County, sub quently made in the selection of jcti 10 me action or uie democratic party for you." lumber unsuited for different purWo aro authorized to announce Prof. "How did you happen to change the placo of the lecture at the last mo Harvey IL Brock ji candidate for Superposes'. Somo lumber is 0. K. for intendent of Publir"Schools, subject to ment?" outside uses and not worth a cent "It was this way: You see, we know the action of the Democratic party. for interior finish, and vico versa. you had to have a big light In your FOR JAILER lantern oil or sumtbin' er other We know just what is best for We nre authorized to announce MORGAN and we knew, too, that you had to TAYLOR o candidate for Jailerof Madison most purposes and have it in stock county, subject to the action of the Demohave a sheet or sumthln' big and white cratic party. to show you. Drop in and let's to throw the pictures on to and It We are authorized to announce Clyde would have to be tacked on to the wall. talk it over ItATuuRif a MadWe have Just had put down a brand ison county, candidatetofor Jailer ofof the subject the action new carpet on the church and papered Democratic party. "There's No Place Like Home." the walls, so we were nfrald you would We are authorized to announce N? spill oil on the carpet or punch holes in the new wall paper tacking up your Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action or sheet. You see, we were afraid you'd tho Democratic party. Todd-Edwar- ds way, so we mov hurt the church some FOR ASSESSOR ed you down here because you couldn't We are authorized to announce GEORGE hurt the schoolhouse at all." NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of The Boy Understood. the Democratic party. One of the educational committee in We are authorized to announce W. F. Louisville had pinned on his button J ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the and went out onto the street for a pa Democratic party per. Wnlle the boy was counting out Are the largest ord the pennies In change he caught sight JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of . ... . ...... .j ouujCl.1 IU lucutuua UK me er buyers cf cattle, hogs, sheep, Democratic party, MY $ FOR COUNTY CLERK lambs, and calves at the Cin TOR IMPROVEMENT? We ore authorized to announce LaRueC. cinnati Union Stock Yards. tiouse a candidate lor county Clerk .fo .inuison county subject to the action o Consign your stock to them party D, R Freeman Mrs. 22G J. A. Moores RMimond, K Second Street H. e. DOTY, Mr Farmer: 3!ake your home as modern for your family as a eitr r lence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market qno;atins ny time. This can be accomplished py means of our telephone service, wi.. t vou and yonr neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the bei eSts received. Call or address our nearest office or write direot to headquarters Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers" l.im ato If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we ran immdiatf v nterest you. Our lines cover the S:atea ot Kentucky Tennessee, Mississi o Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Rural Telephones SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Tudiciously Spent Money is My Doctor Said " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to n That Put Into Homes '' Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C y be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do my housework and fo care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." iRDUIWoman'sTonic Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it welL That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. n you are a woman, leel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts m every way as a special, ionic remedy lor women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Write tor Udies Advisory DepUj Chattaaoon Medicine Ox. Chattanoocu Tena, for Special Instructions, and re book. " rione Treatment lor Women," seat Iree. J 5$ - Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a woman Lumber Co. all-arou- G C Sale & nd Co, with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at Democratic and receive the highest market Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old line Companie f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. VEHAVt Wt WANT BBVniBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTrJ aBBBBBV tJ lTX CJiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB" BLACK POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor mado to order and delivered promptly. tf Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. Sec us before buying. Arnold & Simmons. If For Sale Cheap. Squaro Decker Bros., piano, in good cond ition. Apply at 15-t- f Climax Uflice. English Snavin Liniment removes Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from horses; also Blood Spav ins, Curbs, Splints, Sweenoy. Rimr Bone Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs $50 by the use of etc. You may-saone bottle. Sold by Perry's Drug Store. -vo lo-u- CP Mm nmari', To get good results in shotgun shootiner. it is necessary to have a load that makes an even pattern, gives good penetrations and is 7 reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. ; The next time you buy, insist upon having them. A THE RED W BRAND . Premiums Offered. Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE : -- for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all kind of Machinery. Etii Braces M. RICHMOND WIDES Pfcoac 343 KENTUCKY The Climax will give one year's sub- cription to the person bringing in the largest sweet potato; one year to the one bringing in tho largest pumpkin; to the one bringing largest kcrshaw, and ono year fwr the largest ear of corn. All contestants will donate the' samples to A Great Opportunity. the editor. - Responsible and competent A great opportunity is presented to judges will be appointed to award pre the readers of Tho Climax this week by miums. Mr. E. V, Elder, who advertises a Green ""Can't Afford to Miss It Tag and Loom End Sale, which will beMrs. L. Richardson, of Delta, Iowa, gin next Saturday, Nov. 11, and conThe pooplo of this in renewing her subscription to the tinue two weeks. ad adjoining counties are familiar with Climax, says: "I enclose you pete4&c order for $1 for the Climax, as my label these im sense sales and no doubt will .tells me my subscript ls expires with take advantage of this opportunity to J this month. I can't afford to. n!s a ky in thefr winter supply of clothing, tinfle cumbsr, as it always brings -- e gents' furnishing goods, dry goods and so much news from my old Kentucky notions. Mr. Elder uses two pages to home. Beet wishes for the prosperity tell our red ers of the great bargains of the dear old CIhhix." awaitlnf them at his store. of the white and blue button. Ho Fog Hard to Pierce. smiled and got onto his tiptoes and A dense or thick fog will obscure read slowly: objects at a distance of 1.000 feet "My $ for Improvement Kentucky The recent accident to an ocean schools." steamer of the Anchor line illustrates Again ho smiled and, reaching out the fact. An iceberg was run Into as a grimy paw, exclaimed: soon .as seen. After the collision the "Put it there and shake. I'm with passengers could hear the echo from you fellers, all right" their voices reflected by the walls of Ice, though jtbe Iceberg was Invisible That Held 'Em. to them. Otherwise, there are no Tourist So you've stopped motor echoes at sea. car soeedlnET How did vnn An tt? Heavy finest Natlve Nona, ihurr fellow who was pinched had to take Four Occupants of Vehicle tno judge 8 old maid daughter out for A careful solection of what vou want Killed by Train. a ride Puck will bo mado bv our W. O. Part hn While crossing tho tracks of the L. & nasliad 28 years espcrionce in filling N. railroad at Huston's crossing in Bouron this market. orders Pleaso address all communications to bon county, Thursday afternoon, "a vehicle containing Hiss Lena Hughes, T. R. Pennington W. her sister, Mrs. Barton 0. Harp, and Mrs. Harp's two children, Ruth and Kansas City Stock Yards Dentist. William Henry, aged thrco years and ci Oflico next door to.Governmenl build five months old respectively, was struck ing Richmond, Ky. by a northbound train and all four of the occupants were killed, three of thorn instantly. Details of the terrible tragedy could not be obtained as there were no eye witnesses with the exception of tho Dentist train crew. Telephone 267 Peculiar Appeal. Office In Oldham Building There Is a peculiar loveliness In the efceerfulneM of sick people. It Is un-'expected like the bit of green In the Harry M Blanton, ert, it gams by contrast It la the iower ef the spirit produced In a wild- . As Assignee of Mrs.- - Rachel A. Barlow nmt. J. Edward Harlow. lam. now authorized io sell fora few days at a great sacrifice a large stock of prices. FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MURRAY SMITH a. enniiirifun for nitr- At torney of Richmond, subject to the action ui iuu AJBiuuuriiuu party. Wo aro authnrizAil tn rmnnnnM r If CHENAULT a candidate for City At tomoy, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE Wfl n.ro Hllthnri7rt tn qnnnnnnn 1 T Dvkns for Polien .Tih1i-- nf Rirhmnnl For grazing or feeding caltlo call on or place your orders with subject to the actioti of the Democratic party. Pinnell-McMulIe- n We are authorized to announce W. L. Leeds for Polien .Imlirn of nirhmnnd Live Stock Commission Co. subject to the action of the Democratic Kansas City Stock Yards uariy. Lackey-&Tod- W. S. Norris, d Opera House Building The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 62 To Cattle Dealers A Rare Beauty color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich at prices that are remarkable for their low figure rings, ear screws and drops O. PARK F. J. YEAGER Dt Robt C. Boggs Assignee's SALE BEAR IN MIND . dhnttst' PBIlm jCmlitj a til GREENLEAF & HERfHNGTON Lawyers OfBco in'Douglas new Building on Second Street Ladies' Tailored 5uits, Dresses, 5kirts, Waists, Underwear and Notions. This is a rare opportunity for the ladia of Richmond and Madison county to secure handsome win(er clothes at less than the cost of material. "Come early before your size k tek4$r our service is unsurpassed, phone your order. Ourstock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a cus- That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece,.and opp. Court House tomer." o : : ... f 0 Attobxxyat-Law- , . JUOHMOND, - XlKTTICsCY. Denis Dundon Assign D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney . mee OTW ict 3 Court Uoom, o Main State ink of Xrs. R. As'Burlow. Successor to Tste & Son Trnat (Tn 8trt. m. Main street - - Green Tag Clothing Sale Nice clean, honest Winter Suits and Overcoats to be sold in two weeks You, no doubt, have attended sales galore, but when it comes to legitimate merchandising nothing ever happened in Richmond that borders on the magnitude of the showing of Strictly High Grade: Hand Tailored Suits ani Overcoats that will be thrown upon the market in this. sale. We challenge competition in any part of Ken tucky on the values. We' show, everything ' stvles and exclusive rashions new-fashionab- le Special Suits For Men at $12.48 are going, to make a very novel proposition, and if we did not have confidence in these Suits we could not afford to suggest such a thing. Go to nny clothing store in Richmond and ask to see the suits they sell at $18, examine the garments carefully take your time about it inspect the fabrics' the way they are made up, the seams, look at the button holes and the linings, then come to our store an and compare what you see elsewhere with these $12.48 Suits and we will proye to your entire satisfaction that we can save you just $5.52. Remember that at this price we have all that is new jn styles, weaves, patterns and can fur- fii "I O I .' P fWTfcO . nish any color that you want at Green Tag price f Overcoat is the latest work in utility, practicability and styling. It is your coat, f and The want it, at a price that will mrke you say "yes" when you see the Tag Price Every Suit shown by U3 in this sale represents the leading styles made by one of the foremost manufacturers in the United States. Every suit is beautifully tailored and made in the very latest style, with good linings and We are going to sell them at. such prices that you can certainly afford to buy two suits and anticipate for the future. Just look at the wonderful reductions we are making on these suits: sale price $4.98 sale price $12.48 All $15.00 values All $7.50 values A.11 $10.00 values . sale price $14.98 sale price $7.98 All $18 and $20 values sale price $9.98 All $12.50 values All others reduced in proportion "We -- C Hurry This sale is going to commence. Tell your friends This is the greatest sale we have over conducted. Every article in our immense stock is marked down to make a quick sale " wind-proo- f, rain-proo- snow-proo- if-y- ou inter-lining- s. 4 500 Pairs of MEN'S SOCKS Black and 'colors, known as Iron Sox (wear like iron) never sold for less than 25c pair. Our price - X WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY Boys' Suits Every mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a little bet ter than some one's else boy. Her wish can be gratified if she wilLcome to this sale. These suits are built to give the best wear, and are made of selected materials. Boys $12.50 Suits for Boys 10.00 Suits for Boys 7.50 Suits for Boys 5.00 Suits for Boyf 3.50 Suits for Boys 2.50 Suits for Boys 2.Q0 Suits for Men's Overcoats and Raincoats "We will surprise you in the bargains we offer in Overcoats. Every Overcoat is remarkably cheap at the price we usually ask for them, but our determination is to reduce this stock iu the shortest possible time, and therefore name prices that will make them go. Seeing is believing don't miss the bargains $ 7.50 Overcoats now $ 4.9S 10.00 Overcoats . . 7.9S now 12.50 Overcoats 9.9S now 15.00 and $17 Overcoats . . . 12.48, 14.98 20.00 Overcoats now 25.00 Overcoats 19.98 now 13c Pair " BIG BARGAINS IN which We have secured a lot of drummers Sample we offer during this sale at an unheard of low price, as well as we offer our regular stock of French Worsteds, meres and fancy neat patterns. We are going to put at prices that will insure a speedy clearance All our $1.25 and $1.50 values All our 2.00 values All our 2.50 values All our 4.00 values All our 5.00 values , ..$9.03 I Men's PantsPant sale sale sale sale sale 7.43 ...5.93 Tf. 1 - 3.03 2,48 1.03 1.43 GRIfrONSCCLOTHES 6UAKANTCE3 Cash- them price $ .98 price 1.2p price 1.74 price 2.98 price 3.48 erins Saturday, November lllh Saturday, November 25th Men's Shirts New Fall Shirts, 50 and 75c sale price 45c values $1.25 new fall Emperor Shirts sale price 9Sc Furnishings sale, price ,98c Hats worth $1.25 and $2.00 .. .'. sale.price Odd size Hats worth from 50c to 65c sale price . 75o Men's Outing Night Shirts sale price s $1.00 Men's Outing Night Shirts sale VTlce $1.25 Men's Outing Night Shirts for winter wear, values Splendid line of Negligee Shirts, just the thing sale price 45c up to 75c all In Neckwear we carry all the most stylish things. This line is complete and worthy the new things very popular. sale price 10, 15 and 19c of your attention -- , I Boys' Overcoats "We Men's Heavy Underwear Now is the time to lay in your supply of Winter Underwear. Just come in and see what fine values we offer at Four-in-hand- s, Take Advantage bi This Great Sal-e- m AkpK - . . Green Tag SaleV Store will be Closed Ail Day Friday November 10th to Make Preparations and Mark' Down . Mill ELDER'S GREAT bought 50 Boj's' Overcoats, sizes ranging from 4 to 8 years. These are sample coats and are actually worth up to $5. We will let you take your choice during; this sale at the low price of 39c to .er $1.98 to an End - nd , ars O. Don't Fail r to Attend this Great Stock Reducing Sale -- Men's Clothing Riht in the beginning of the season,, it Means a Great Cash Saying to You Better Come Early Prices for Great Bargain Event . VMM v. 1Qt3l,u1 - -- ' i I V when everybody is thinking of buying a new suit, we are going to make quick p of our Clothing, as we expect to do two : months' business in two weeks :,' V Rcspcctfuliy Submitted to the Cash Trade-- . : : FT iljMaaiil ijliMWMJi ijjiiiiBii ijljMBil jitSfci RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Royal A Most Satisfactory 5tore for Fall and Winter Wearing The (stand of Apparel Regeneration Richmond's Greatest Men's Clothing Store Not high in price, but high value for the price SHORT By Cyrus Townsend Illustrations Brady by Ray Walters (Coiyrltiit. IKig.br TV. O. Cbapmin.) (Coprtgbt In Great Britain.) TALK BY STANIFER ON CLOTHING Young Man, if you believe in yourself, if you are sure of yourself, if you honest feel and intend to know that you are doing your very best, then the world is waiting for you with open arms Whatever your work, with this belief there is room the top to accomplish the mostbe, well dressed. Next to strength, character is the biggest asset in a man's possession. For many years we have taken a keen interest in giving the highest consideration to the points of excellence, and superiority, style, material garments. and workmanship in the to wear our garments you will better unTo see and derstand the justice of our claims, ihey may be easily comprehended in an inspection of our Fall and Winter styles in 5uits and Overcoats An extraordinary showing of thousands of splendid 5uits and OAercoats at $ 2, $ 5, $ 8, $20 and $25 ready-to-wear .'t 1 1 1 1 NO SMOKE NO SOOT NO DIRT EVERYTHING CONSUMED At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION t The only jointless le bottom and base with full , radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has over been made in the historj of the stove industr'. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove below the grate, which is the only true fire air-tig- ht . keeping principle. It will he as good a fire keeper twenty years hence ats it is today. ' The Hot Bkst Air-Tigwill heat tvice Florence tshe space that can be heated by. any other stove on the cost. earth at one-hal- f The only perfect floor heater that-i- s or has ever baon made. All features are patented and no stove manufac turer, dealer or user-cacopy or use saraefor 17 jears Irom (late or patent witnout incurring liability for an action for damages. ht 'If is opera ted'accord-in- g the Florence is to directions: The Nc coal 21 w,I heat 1 son ill room all winter wMt two tons of steak or lump es The No 49 er Xo 21 will heat 2 or 3 swal! tommc all wiater with 2 of stack or lump coal. The Xo. 51 or No. 25 will beat J or 4 mnk alt winter with S torn 'of stock or The Xo. SI or No. ST wfM boat S oat inks aH wMor wttat 4 fcmcoi steok or lump The No. W wMt heat a fetge store or sohooLjooa with toes of slack or lump wot. For a ohwoh, lose aoal will he require!. Wilt antra a loo lees of few osat thaa a hoot ooal hose horoor of the same jfltttfi tMMC fcW9 tftM 8p&G FOR SALE BY ble of nraver: whv he was devoid of speech; what was the 'God to whom he prayed? She would study those things. The problems fasclnatedher. The desolation and loneliness ot the Island might hare crushed her. Relieved from her immediate apprehensions the man delighted her. She would investigate him, analyze him, synthesize him, teach him. She would mother him as a woman a child. No such opportunity as .was hershad ever presented itself to a humail being. . Freet as she Imagined herself, from 'Inherited prejudices, devoid of old superstitions-, crammed with new learning. Illuminated with now light, ab horrent of narrow things, she fancied. herself well fitted for that strangely maternal and preceptive role in which chance had placed horH She would play upon that mjnd virgin 'to her touch, if she might use a woman's word, until It ran in harmony with her own. Alone upon that Island, the rest of the world away, she would find occupation, interest, inspiration in that nascent man. quiet that He lay so still and presently she arose and tiptoed softly to the entrance where -- unseen she could look down upon him. The moon rose back of the hill. Although he was in the shadow, there was still to enable her to see his face. He was asleep. The quiet, dreamless, unvexed sleep ofa healthy animal, she thought. Their positions were reversed. He had watched her beforewhen she was off guard and asleep with what dim, dumb, inchoate effort it might be to comprehend her. Now It was her turn. He took no disfavor in her mind after her Inspection. He was a bold, splendid piece of . . . what? Clay. She would put a soul in him, her soul. Her soul was the only thing she knew. She forgot, or if she remembered it, disdained the ancient concept that before the dust bf the earth became alive it bad to be permeated with the breath not merely of man or woman, but of God. She came back at last and sought her corner, disposed her limbs to rest and kept through silent hours her lonely vigil. So long as he slept she was safe. When he awakened, what then? So long as his mind slept, his soul slept, his consciousness slept, she was safe, bat when they, too, awakened, when whatsoever light there might be that dawns in personality dispelled the night of idle dreams in which he lived, what would happen thep? Instinctively she shrank from the thought of the future. She was as one who bad a potent talisman in her hand and feared to put It to the touch. So the fisherman in the Arabian tale, if he had known the contents of the corked bottle thrown up from the sea, might have hesitated ere he drew the stopper and released the prisoned spirit. She must watch, she must wait, she must be on her guard. She forgot that when she had called him "Man" and laid her hand upon his shoulder she had begun an evolution which no human power could stop. Never had the hours seemed so long and so strange to her. Nothing happened. Even the capacity to think gives out In the strongest mind, the acutest brain", temporarily, or otherwise. She was very tired; the silence was oppressive; the rusty scissors fell from her hand and at last she slipped down upon the sand and drifted away into that slumber, that suspension of consciousness in which for the moment she was even as the man. The upper edge of fiie sun was Just springing from the sea when its level rays woke her. She opened her eyes to find the man standing in the opening. -- DOUGLAS, 5IMMONS & DLATHLRAGL The 2n d Street Hardware Store Economy In CHAPTER III. The Word of the Book. This awakening was noras had been that of yesterday. She prided herself on being in full possession of her faculties at once and she arose instantly and stepped out upon the sand. The man gave way to her respectfully as she passed through the entrance. The mind Is brightest In the early morn ing after sleep. She would give him another concept before the uses-o- f the day. Impaired his receptivity. She had differentiated him from the rest of creation when she taught him that he was a man. She would show him now that his was a divided empire by declaring herself a woman. She laid her hand upon her own breast and said clearly: , "Woman!" giving the first syllable the' long "o" and definitely accenting the second. She pointed to, him and repeated "Man;" to herself and repeated "Woman." Patiently over and over again she said the word until by and by he could say It, too. The baby begins his language with monosyllabic sounds which mean tlit-tl- e and yet which have been Identified with the mother. It was .fitting that this man who was as a child and yet as a man should begin with something deeper than infantile babble. Man and woman! she drove these two ideas into his consciousness before she ceased her task. If his idea of man was at first infinite, she gave him the concept of limitations immediately following. He was avid for instruction. Once he had learned the words, he babbled them "man, woman, man, woman," until the iteration was almost maddening. t While she washed her face and hands at the stream he plunged into a brimming pool fed by the brook ere it descended to the sea. She noticed that he could swim like a fish itself, naturally. Instinctively, In an untrained way of course, without the fancy strokes in which she had been taught, but brilliantly and well, nevertheless. She would have given the world for a dip, but it was not to be, not yet, that Is. Then they breakfasted and (he tried to teach h.im "No" and "Yes" end thu meaning thereof. She Intended to make a circuit of the Island later, but there was no hurry. She began to realize that time was nothing, to her or to him, and so she Idled under the trees, setting him tasks as the picking of fruit and then stepping him with ."No" and encouraging him with "Yes" until he had some Idea of those words also. It was a relief to her to get them firmly fixed In his mind, for they provided him with alternative!; to the man and woman words on which he harped. . After a while they started around the "Island. It was perhaps six or eight miles In circumference. There was .a. sand beach everywhere, except la one .place where the rocks came .sheen down shore. IJrbm what she could, tell y an Inspecttee- of the surfaceuthere was an undefgter jsome ',caveIa.4rtSSff . rocks which some day might be worth - 3 T. S. TODD Contractor and 7 9 Builder 6 ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION care 1 bought a number of pans of various sizes, but all with tighUy fit ting covers. Whenever 1 bake bread or a roast or for any other reason have a hot oven, I plan to cook other .things also, as many as the oven will hold Stewed fruits and all vegetables will cook as well In an oven as on top of the 6tove if started boiling In plenty or water and then put in the oven in the covered vessels. Potatoes, how ever, are spoiled by this process. Ex change. Much gas may be saved with a little Cooklna. A Mail Carrier's Load. 9 9 9 t 9 Shop in Rear oi McKee Building Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky Seems heavier wlion be has a weak back and Kidnoy trouble. Fred Dueh- ren, Mail Carrier at Atchison, Kas., says: "I have been bothered with Kidney and Wad dor trouble and bad a severe pain aoross my back. Whenever I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid noy trouble increased. Some time ago, I started taking Foloys kidney Pills and sencc taking them I have gotten en tirely rid of all my kidney trouble ar.d 1 am as sound now as ever. Foley Kidney Pills are tonic in action and quick in results. Try thorn. For sale by Slock ion & Son. New Tailoring Sohp J.'B. Stouifer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order made at home by experiened Tailors. Over samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by s Tailors. IiOOO " , ; George Marischen, Cutter . Also large line of ready, made Clothing, Hatsj-anFurnishing Goods at redticedf d J . price ? J. 4 Am B. STOUTER? 222 West Main Street, r - Jmo - r-- - On the the other side of the Island from wjijcij was airxadr denom,Ii longer she looked at him with the Bible in her hand the more sure she became. . She had been disappointed that' the book had turned out to be the Bible, but at least It would serve one useful purpose. By It, without the laborious effort involved in making letters upon the sand, she might teach the man.before her to read. She wished she had a worthier volume from her point of view through which to introduce him to the world's literature, but she would do the best she could with that It was pitiful, as she saw work it that with a nascent soul to to enwith, she should be compelled lighten it through the medium of time-wor- n superstition. Below the shelf, not quite buried in the sand, there was a small metal box. She knelt down, scraped the sand away and presently uncovered it It appeared to be of silver. It was of such a size that she could clasp it easily In her fiand. She opened It not without some difficulty and found withWell, not exactly in it nothing! npthing, but certainly that for which she could see little value. There were several hard pieces of stone of a reddish color chipped and shaped in curious fashion. She turned the box over and examined it on all sides. There were initials upon It a monogram. She rubbed it clean with her hands and studied it carefully "J. R. C." The She Shrank Back with a Sudden Cry book and the box had belonged to the same person, John Revell Charnock. of Horror. She laid the box aside and searched athwart her path and at the feet was the cave further. There was absoa smaller skeleton which she judged lutely nothing else to be seen. Disapto be that of a dog. With Instinctive pointed vaguely, although she had exrepugnance she released the rushea pected nothing and had gotten more, and turned hastily away. indeed, than she might have imagined "Yes, yes," said the man by her if she had thought about It, she laid side with an exnression of unusual re- - the book and box down upon the ledge on his face which she could and went out again. She walked, along scarcely fall to notice. the Bands until she came to the place She knew that she could not thus where she had landed the day beevade her duties or shrink from her fore. The tide was low. She could problems. She had marked the gleam see the wreck of her boat, partly-o- n of metal amid the bones- - She knew the barrier reef and partly in the that she would have to come back and water. It would have been no trick examine those last remainders of hu- for her to swim to i in the stillness, man: presence, otherlhan their own, yet she hesitated to attempt it- - Cerupon the islaffa, but she could not do tainly weighted down by all her clothit just then. ing it was a matter of difficulty and There was nothing else that she Inconvenience. If It were not for this discovered on her tour about her pris- man by her side! She tried to think on until she returned to the cave. It of some way to restrain him, keep him was afternoon by this time and she de- away, buv nothing occurred to her. Intermined to employ some of herhours vention was paralyzed by the situation in a more careful inspection of it in which she found herself. Realizing that the lesson of the night Desperately bidding him stay where before if and maintained he was, she went back to the cave. good stead, she She was face to face with a crisis would stand her in made the man remain outside while which had to be met Indeed, the she went within. ;IIer hope was to es- question of clothes was becoming a tablish in his mind a custom of avoid- very she ance of that recess which should de- knew serious one with her and.upon Son. she should have to decide velop into a fixed habit, else she could some course of action immediately. Interesting- - Relic of OTd Days. not be free. She could'always secure For the present, she took off her gar The remains of the old Roman boat a few moments respite from his presence, at least she had done so hereto- ments, hoping and praying in a shiver found embedded In Thames mud durfore, but she dldnot dare to try how of dread and anxiety, that he would ing the sinking or the foundations of VK he would sustain longer absences, remain where she had left him, which fhe London county hall, at West hence the necessity for establishing indeed proved the fact She, laid aside minster bridge, were transferred to herself in the cave as a harbor of ref- all that she had worn except the the London museum. A coin which blouse and skirt, Including her sadly was found In, tho boat points to uge, a sanctuary. Its At first glance there was nothing; worn shoes and stockings. Thus light- date being probably about ly clad she came out on the sand again. A. D. Researches within the little apartment, 'washed havo led to the out ages ago from the hard stone by He. did not notice any change in her opinion that the old boat is probably what action of water she could well condition. As a matter of fact she a relic of the first fleet rormed to gave him no time, for she flashed protect 1XC0BP0BATKD. Imagine, but as, she scrutinized the shores of Britain. it ' closely she noticed in a recess a part across the sand at full speed and SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. boldly into the smiling water where the rock wall cropped out in a plunged Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Wants lo sell your tobaceo. We have sort of low shelf. On the shelf won- of the lagoon. He followed her in Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may stantly and swam by her side with bo taken with porrect sarety by the der of wonders! lay a book. Next to scarcely any exertion whatever. pub in additional lights, and have most delicate woman or tho youngest humanity, a book, she thought, would 4 IK was not long before she reached child. The old and feeble will also find be the most precious sharer of her plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. the barrier reef. It stood up a foot or them a most suitable remedy for aiding solitude. their weakened two above the water now, the tide be- and strengthenimr volIt was a small, leather-boundigjstbn and for regulating the bowels. ume. Dust In the form of tiny par- ing low, and she clambered upon It. For sale by Stockton fc Son. The sharp roclcs cut her naked" 'and ticles of sand-la- y thick upon it. The K. The Institution. cave was sheltered from the prevailing tender feet, unused to such exertions "Would you ,sayihe presidency or winds else it might have been burled, and unfitted to such demands, but she persevered. The boat had beea beaten thu Judiciary Is institution but under the circumstances it might to pieces. It had been forced over In tife land?" asked the interrogative have lain there for ages and In. that. the reef by the hurl or the sea. The Person. "Without intending to cast a dry, pure air have suffered no deteriostern had been wedged in between slur on either the presidency or tfie ration or decay. some projecting rocks. The rest of It iudiclafiriaSSiaJiie Opinionated Per-soCrusoe was petrified when he saw had been torn, away and had fallen Ifshouldsa that pay day holds the footprint In the sand. The woman was not less startled or less amazed Into the lagoon. There was no wind, that enviable eBlnence." Buffalo Ex . Incorporated when she saw the book on the rock. the sea was unruffled. She could see press.-as if through a glass the wrecked reWith a- little cry of delight she stepped EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND.' KENTTi K1 3 mains of the boat There was nothing toward it, bent down, lifted it up, in "I clon't believe there is any .other NEAR L. & N. DEPOT it except the battered motor, usehandling It carefully in spite ot nermedic:ne so good for whoopidg cough as vous exultation, shook the dust from less for days before she landed, since Chaiqberlain's Cough Remedy," writes her supply of gasoline had been ex- Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction, City it, and opened It She instantly let it fall from her hands with a look of dis- hausted. Everything else had been Ore. This remedy is also unsurpased appointment and disgust. One glance washed out of it and carried into the for colds and croup. For sale by Stockwas enough. The book was the Bible.' V deeper recesses of the lagoon where ton & son. they were Inaccessible to the human A G. Washington Hat She had no interest in the Bible, a collection of ancient genealogies and vision. "It Is said that a woman's hat Stop! Under what remained of a which, 'urns up In time-worfables, myths for the credufront forces her to lous and Impossible lengends,. mixed piece of thwart she caught a little admit every year br her age." "Then gleam ;of metal. Calculating the dis- a woman Is up with poetry whose inspiration was liable to be turned down trivial and history whose details were tance nicely, she plunged in and dove. on account of a turnup hat" Keeping her eyes open she easily false. For this woman, who had, forfound the piece of metal, dislodged It gotten how to pray and who had abolished God, had little use for the Book from the place where It had fallen" and PUBLIC-SAL- E. of Books. Rather any other printed came to the Surface with It It was a page, she had thought bitterly, than sailor's" sheath knife with a bit of lanyard fastened, to It She had had a that one. If not sold bofore that date, I will, on She had acted upon Impulse, cot in fancy to wear it in her sailor's blouse her disdain for the Bible and that for and she had missed it since she had 9, which It stood that was grounded come ashore. But there was nothing else In the upon reason and philosophy, she fondly believed but in her action in cast- vuai, uui u iiuug; uoming on ine oar-rireef. She tried to pull the stern as Executor of M&rv AV. Adams, offer at ing It from her. It had no more than I rolled upon the sand at her feet when, away where It had been wedged, but public sale, on the premises, the farm with swift reconsideration, she stooped found that impossible. She tugged at upon whfch P. F. Adams, Hr., resided I and lifted it again.' It had occurred to it valiantly, but could not move It In at the time of his death, liinp three her that there might be writing there- despair she turned to the man who milesouth of Waco, two miles north in and that the writing might give her had watched silently as 'usual and of Brassfield. adloinln? the lands of Mrs. Jesse a clew to the mystery of the man, She pointed. He seemed to understand; Cobb.Susie HisIejjCIark Hica and On the for he came and with great effort place and"entalaine 103 acres. knew that births and deaths wera fre is Sfalrly'jgood weather boarded" You often quently entered upon the blank leaves lifted the torn part of the" boat ffo some log house,- - "m jtf the bosi springs of Intemosed between thn flirt nnrt Now the rocks and laid It down at her feet nver-falj- f water in Kentucky right in early Fall, you have threw ltrinto the water, where5, of at he Testaments. ?,' a sp'fendld flower pit, a fine Unfamiliar though she was with the contents of the book, course, as It was wood, It floated yon eeeWdfllf assorted fruit trees of yet furnace. ehe easily found the place and eagerly easily. Then, with a nod to him !sh ,. . ! .. .t Inwh tever part of the house you want it, you can get it plunged In and, together they gut4d jH looked at the leaves. Alas, they were in isrm isefleioxeu in goou lence. There ar twfe good barns on tho H blank. She turned to the fly leaves it to the shore, he taking hlu 'cue CU1U UU1C 1 wun a rertecbon imokelesi Oil Heater. neviir-failin- g place and a well of water at the beginning qf the book There' fromher action. The Perfi the barn lot, with cistern attach- - U ic IS the motr4LkU r n tl.. ..L. . I..... was a name written there and-rlShe had a fancysto test his strength a ents. . - move it wherever you please. . ill t,nd she managed to convey to hlarby woman's hand. rV fv AdMnsTSr,. I Start w bedr a or bathroom. icd yon dien In eoafott "John Revell Charnock," she read. signs, mainly by trying herself in vale will also offer oa uS eofcJejt sale a small ni.iio'nf wiring. . Taic it to the cfieag-rooi. i ii ii. apart, wnat sne od early breakat become k pkuaat. Belo-was vvo acres, upon wmcti mere is. a .house a date 25.years before I iu iua wisned him cm; meL A touch" , .. ,i the of her landing. iu u,u. mt. viic Lupossis4e to ner wan and all pMtorjkitb41Mlngs. At tho The PerfectioB aeWe, OS Hette WafaHy tmAei--Z onuaat John Revell Charnock. It Iras a child's play'to him, .and In a moment anno tim-- and pl&cclwlli also otfur a , Drcau of plus Heel 01 blue: aieU mules and strange name, English in part, ijlth a the several pieces of the boat which pair of well broliie A tMcaJ automate device male tmekmS k . Bu t wedged. All part suggestion of France In the iiiddle made up the sterb were scattered oa a good brood .m kreAwiih tho eleventh Daspef top. CeaMuscie. cok-pr side, name.- - It meant nothings to heri Wag the beach. There was Dm3n fy4jae t or writ, (er JtuitH, circaiw to straight Lm'e day of sale, el tka ear piece which went ftcrocs tho stern this John Revell Charnock whoijsfood 8al to1 pfragtly at 10 o'clock. StomUrd CM outside looking at her? If so, wh'6 was of the boat, and m&4e a little box toed ) Jolm Revell Charnock? The ptfeblem ihs vuAanpm iu 811 in, WSICO WOttM Ibwtttonk WM W. Afewi awl P. P. was cat gieaUy idHfiJ.dstei Tlief.jjas. dojqr v jQ-Uwss too wldiy but Aaums, r. , nated home in her mind, she across the remains 'ofajshlp's boat deep bedded In the' sand. The boat had been perhaps wxecke"d and broken on the barrier reef, or possibly It had sailed through the entrance near at hand the only opening In the encircling guard of splintered rock which she had seen and had been hurjed upon the beach where it had lain through years until buried in the shifting sand. Only the gunwales of the boat and the stem and the stern, were exposed. She had no idefj as to what its condition was, but she promised that so soon as she could she would make Bhift at something for a shovel and dig It out. She gazed at it for a long 'time wondering if It were an explanation of the presence of the solitary, inhabitant of the but nothing was to be gained by wonderment and speculation. A little stream she noticed trickled from under a thick covert across the sand towardtho sea. She turned and idly walked away from the beach, following the stream. The man, who had stood with her watching the boat, did not for a moment notice her, but so soon as he discovered her direction, ran after her and without offering to touch her barred the way with extended arms. "No, no!" he cried, his first real spontaneous use of the word. She stopped, reflected, waved the man aside and went on". There was something in the coppice that he feared. She had not known that he possessed the faculty. Her curiosity was too strong to be denied. She must see what it was. She quickened her pace as it to shake him off, but he easily kept by her side plaintively ejaculating his monosyllabic jiegatlve. It was evident that he knew the meaning of the word, she was glad to see. When she reached the undergrowth of the coppice, she hesitated in apprehension of she knew not what, but summoning her courage parted the reeds. and peered In them. 'She shrank back" with a sudden cry of horror, for at her feet, the vegetation springing through in every direction, lay a skeleton, a human skeleton. It lay d, - WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Seizing Machines C AA The Free, standard, NohvoodParagon, Cleveland, Arrow and other good ': : : : : : : : : machines at very low prices-Easy paymerits if desired your credit is good. We are also headquarters for supplies needles, bobbins, shuttles, belts, oil and all repairs for your sewing machine- -- .PltVV UJ FSuccessor to Luman & Higgtns - HIGGINS The Right Kidney Medicine. J. E. Parkor, 2021 Is'o, 10th St.. Ft OPPOSITE HOTEL GLVNDOV no evidence that the book belonged to she broke it against a big stone and the man or the man to the book, or was possessed of what,she wanted. The ends were rough and serrated and even that the one appertained remotely to the other. There was a certain unfit for her hands, but these she likelihood, however, that they had smoothed by the aid of her knife. She sharpened-thother end and soon had come to the island together. inShe had been sure that the man was a rude semblance of a shovel. She a white man. She had thought that tended to use that on the boat on the sand the next day.' he looked like an American, an EngFinished with this, she looked at and the lishman, "an Anglo-Saxo- Commissioner's Sale. --- Smith, Ark., says that he had taken C. F. Burnam's Execu ors, P many kinds or kidney medicine, but vs. Charles Fife's heirs. He c did not get bolter until he took Foley Under and by virtue of juJrr Kidney Pill's. No matter how long e you havo had kidnoy trouble, nor at order of sale rendered at th ( 0 of tho Madison Circuit what stage of tho disease your case term above styled aotton. tin t may be, you will find quick and per- the manent benofit by the uso or Foley signed Master Commissioner Kidney Pills. Thoy also regulate the court will on the man and sighed in despair. Could action or the urinary organs. Start she ever get rid of him? Instantly, taking them now. For sale by Stockton there flashed into her mind that & Son. which she had before overlooked as of When in need ot ill.loksmi thing iu no moment A long, heavy boat rope, on the premises between the f the boat's painter, she had noticed any or its branohes, Fanning Imple- 10 .o'clock ami 11 e'oleek a m when she dove lay floating by the ments. Busies, Carriages, Wagons, the highest bidder at public auc ; side of the boat from which it had not Rubber tires &c, get prloes from R. Ex following described property - f. An Idea came to her. Miller, Uuion City, Ky. Two tracts or parcels or Ian J -been severed. waters or SllvSr Creek, the firs' Dropping the sliovel and followed by beginning at a stake on the X c I Ser satellite, she plunged in once more 's "I am pleased to recommend the county, thence S 50 W so f c and again swam y the "boat Wasting Cough Remedy as the bast c time--, she dove as before, found the thing I know of and safest remedy for stake corner to Mrs. John Clark r no cross with .7 rope and having, previously opened coughs, colds and bronchial trouble." standsfence and E G45 the fence as S 30 2 feet to a s her knife, cut It quickly and came to writes Mrs. D. B. Arnold or Denver, the middle of a branch, down the Colo. "Wo have used it repeatedly S 30 W 350 feet to a water the surface gasping. There were perhaps 10 or 12 feet and it has never railed' to give relief." line with his line up . of it It was a stout piece of rope, of For sale by Stockton & Son. t 00 . 11 ti n f r .46. 2 E ,.40t r;- Roberts' line X c unusual quality, as had been everystake, another crossing of the- " thing on board the yacht The very acre tract and with the line of s best of stuff'had gone Into it and she 1133 feet to the beginn r 39 did not believe any man on earth taining six aeres. could break it Sho had amused her- Burton Roberts, Administrator. PlaintiSecond tract adjoining firs? t ff, vs. Annie Roberts, Etc., Deself on the cruise by learning the rudiginning at a stake oa the N ' fendants. ' ments of seamanship and,she..could tie county read, thence with the r- knots like any sailor. This", little acpoles lo a stake corner Under and by virtue of a judgment AV 3 complishment was to stand her in and order of sale, roifdered at the Octo- tract, thenee with line ot sanv good stead. She wrapped the rope ber torm or tho Madison Circuit Court 00 poles to a stake on Irvine I! around her neck, plunged In the la- in tho abovo styled action the under- line, thence with said line X 10 l goon for the third time, and swam signed Master Commissioner or said 0 poles to a stake en said line ac to Green B. Million's 15 court wiirpon once more to the shore. tltenes X 30 2 S 70jo4es on tie She led the way up the sands to' the or thence S 35 I 2, 16, 40 theWroad,poles to the beginn:-- r palm grove. Then she tied the rope 2 20 around the- man's neck, not in a slip taining seventeen and-o- e hair ac noose, of course, but in arard circle, Said land will be sold on a x r months time, the pure and quickly made a running bowline on the premises, between the hours or 10 around the nearest tree. He had not o'clock and 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the being required to execute Ion . made the slightest resistance. He had highest bidder at public auotton, the approved security, having the f rr;' effect or a judgment, with lien no idea evidently of what she was do following described property: Beginning at a post line to Mrs. Lena until all purchase money is paid ing or the purport of her motions. 20 31 II. C, Rick. M. C 31 ( 1 Then she turned and went away from Coy and corner Jo Mrs. Ada Farrls, thence line to same X 8 E 20.00 chains him quickly. He started for her at to a stake, thonco S S2 1 chain, to a A Household Medicine. once and was nearly jerked from his slake, N 82 E 75 chains E to a stake in That feet by the tautening of the rope. It line to Abner Long and cornor to Farris, colds is stops oourhs quickly an., r Foley's Honey and Tar ( was a new situation for him, yet his thence line to Long and Crow N 78 3--4 pound. Mrs. Anna Pelior. 252t. Jc Instinctively went to his throat W 13 chains to a stake, a corner to son St , So. Omaha, Xeb. . sa;. s hands and he strove to tear away the noose, Crow N 15 W 10 20 chains to a stake in can recommend Folely's Hone putting forth such a prodigious amount hillside corner to same, thence S 10 W Tar Compound as a sure c. ' ofs strength that-shstood inhorror 20 chains to a stake in a drain, corner lo coughs and cohls. It cured my C C. FUo and in line to Dower, thence' tor of a bad ooM and my neigh.be . .- , . . Ie.st he should part the lashing. But . .. : . l. i a yif herself and "ucr o oi 1G ESoO to a . to. a ltwas made of stout stuff and he had in au drain,, thencor 3 in enains chainssibko family. cured Foley's Honeyher w T an " rita no purchase; although he pulled until large walnut, thence S 5 W 3 chains to Compound. Everyone in our ne j " the sweat stood but . on- his forehead a stake in line to same and corner to hood speaks highly of it." For n from the violence of his efforts, they said Coy. thonco line to same S 70, E coughing, dryness and tickling were of no avail. She had not dared 1895 chains to the beginning, containing 'hroat, hoarseness and all coughs c to Interfere or to say a word, but 54.33 acres. colds, take Foley's Honey and Tar ( -Said-lan- d will be seW on a credit or pound. Containes no opiates. AHva when she saw his efforts slacken, 'she pointed to the sands to Indicate to him six and twelve months' time, the pur- in a yellow package. For Sa 0 chaser being required to execute sale TO BET CONTINUED bonds, payable to the Commissioner, Stockton & Son. with approved security, bearing C per Those who have not paid iho, cent interest rroin day or sale with lien will be called upon to pay a per 1 Coughing at retained on property sokl, to have the ten per cent. This is law and Means loss of sleep which is bad for mrce and effect or a jmlpment until all overlooked the matter blame the children and hard on grown per- the purchase monev is paid. and not the collector. Yester U: C R.i M. C. M. C. C. sons. Foley's Honey and Tar Com- 20-the last day of grace. pound stops the cough at once, relieves the tickling and dryness in the throat and heals tho inflamed membranes. Contains no opiates and is best for children and delicate persons. Refuse substitutes. For sale by Stockton & Thursday, November 16, 19H, 1 Cham-borlain- Commissioner's Sale, ' , S-i-O 2 1-- 1 Thursday, November 1911,. cr-si- -- e 1 ' ' Niht WANTED STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. -- 293-29- 6 Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. . d Ono-Gre- at thej-noble- OIE US A TRIAL PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, -: -: n -- er Thursday, November 1911, (Jj 'V1 Handy Heater l: ment ... ..... fr ...... I" ufl flwt not need when started the heat . e 4Aold omU 1 ee eaiflj-cleaae- Conpu st