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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1911 Good Enough for Us. Wo believe the world is a good placo and is growing better. This world vrith a gafden and is to end with a garden. It's a pleasant place to live in and it we had been consulted as to which of the stars we should choose for a habitation, wo could not lmvo dono better than to select this. "We have always been glad we got aboard this planet. It just suits us. To our mind the very best color in the universe for the sky is blue; tho very best shade, for grass is green, and the very best for water is a crystalline flash. The mountains are just high enough for mo. the valleys just low enough.the rivers just swift enough. The human face is most wonderfully adopted for its use with sunshino in its smile and tempest in its frown; with two eyes, one more than necessary, so that if ono is put out we still may sed the beautiful things God has placed around us; with one nose, most admirably arranged to take in tho sweet perfumes of earth. Art, even at its best, may be justly criticised, but where is the blasphemer who would dare criticise tho arch 6f the skyfar tho crest of a wave or tho flock of fleecy clouds that the shepherd wind is driving over tho pastures of the sky. There is only ono discord to a thousand harmonies. There is a whole sky full of robins to one hooting night owl, and to every destructive torrent there aro hundreds of placid streams wih water lilies anchored at their banks, and stars laying bright reflections to sleep in their bosoms. Ex. be-ffi- in ' SECTION ONE 35 th YEAR NUMBER 22 L. R. BL ANTON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL The Youth's Companion Is For Everybody. Of course, if you are too young to read, or so old you have forgotten how, you may not enjoy The Youth's Companion. That is rather a sweeping statement, however, for hosts of children Jove to have tho stories and jingles of the Children's Pago read to them. There is many a grandfather and. grandmother whoso eyes aro dim who lika nothing better than to sit and listen to Thfi Companion stories and artiolos. Many a blind person, and even those who in addition can neither speak, nor hear havo boen cheered by Tho Companion, its contents having been communciated "io them through the finger-tip- s of frionds. The reading of Tho Youth's Companion is a pretty sure cure for all kinds of lonelf-nes-s. Robinson Crusoe would havo bcon a happier man if he could havo had his Companion Thursday as well as his man Friday. Just send for the Prospectus for 1012 and sample copies of tho paper. Wo think you will agree, when you have read them, that no other paper gives quite so much of such a high quality as Tho Companion, and it costs only 81.75 now for tho 52 weekly issues. On January 1, 1012, the subscription price will be advanced to 82.00. The new subscriber receives a gift of The Companion's Calendar for 1012, in ten colors and gold, and all the remaining issues of 1011 free from tho time the subscription is recived. TnK YOOTU'S COMrANIOK, 144 Berkoloy street, Boston, Mass. . New subscribers received at this oflice. CORN CLUB. Let Our Madison Boys Get Ready. by the records which have been made by tho boys corn growing clubs in many counties of tho State. By apply ing modern and sclentiffc m'ethods to the growing of corn," five boys in Wayne county succeeded in growing more than 100 bushels of corn to the acre. One boy grew 112 bushols. Thore aro more than 7,000 boys g interested in tho contests. M.C. Rankin, Commissioner of Agricult ure, says tho corn growing contests will bo brought to a close the last of the month and the county clubs will hold their meetings during November, when tho cash prizes will bo awarded to the" boys who havo made tho best show ing. The second annual Stato Corn Show will be held in Lexington in Janu ary. Liberal premiums, especially in the Junior Department, for boys over ten years of age and under sixteen, will bo given in the contests. The show will continuo from January 2 to 5, 1012, and anyone wishing to make an entkv can get the premium list and rules of tho show by writing to Geohoe Roberts, Secretary, Lexington, Ky, corn-growin- The Farmers Ouht to Raise Sugar. deliver- - That the American public can forever itself frcm the peril of high sugar prices, is the opinion of Secretary theproduction of beet sugar in America. Sugar production is increasing at a remarkable rate,owing to the profit to the farmer and the increasing demand for the finished product. Ho said beet factories could operate to advantage in connection with tho dairy industry, in that the refuse from tho beet sugar plants makes excellent feed for dairy cattle. In his opinion the American farmur can raise enough sugar to supply the world. He said: "We ought to make our own sugar in this country, and this has been, my theory ever since I went into to the DeDrought in partment of Agriculturo. Germany or revolution in Cuba could bring no panic to the American housewife if tho American farmer seized bis Relief is even now in opportunity. sight. When I went into the department the production of the entire coun try was 29,000 tons"and now it is moro than 500,000 tons. "Beet sugar is as satisfactory as cane sugar from the housewife's standpoint and tho crop is one of tho most profitable. "The development of tho sugar beet industry waits upon better farming. Twenty tons an acre can be grown by good farming. Tho present average in America is 10 tons. 1 havo repeatedly said that If we could get tho avorage up to S tons we could tako the duty ofT and defy the foreign crop. But we must wait until tho farmers know how." Secretarp Wilson has been experimenting with a seed which, he hopes, will be so perfect that there shall be but one gorminating point per seed, thus eliminating the labor of thinning the crop, for the present seed has from ono to five germinating points. Goal, Feed, Salt, Sand, That Kentucky can increase her Wilson, of the Department of Agricultyield of corn to a great extent is shown ure, who says tho great remedy lies in STEARNS (name on every genuine mattress) Lime, Rock. OLD DO INION PORTLAND CEMENT MATTRESS SHOWS YOU WH ATSJINSI HAVE TO BUY50N'FAIYH?CDME JfTAHDjS FOSTER s - IMKRTANT TO KNOW WHATS INS3DETHE WMwffiS vc. nnd AH Kinds of laster Material. Telphone 85 and ING GUARANTEE? Cor. Main and B. Streets nmwm'Bm liS"er.":; TO INSURE ft EST, THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE. I MATTRESS YOU GET I si: J ite - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone and livestock insuranco. tf For Rent 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 whan wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make Dwelling on tho Summit; also, three kinds of storage. n'ce rooms over store, on Second street. 21-- tf Apply to 0. T. Fox. Things To . That good ice cream at Ricci s tf SeoW. W. Broaddus & Co. for alt 2-- tf Free Railroad Trip to Cincin nati, Ohio. A. E. Burkhardt, the International Fur Merchant, who is making Cincin nati, Ohio, famous as ono of. tho world's Live For. That New Baby Must Be Fhoiographsd Prices That Cannot Be Undersold . Why not come in and see what we have? It will cost 3'ou notiring and will be appreciated : : : : Thanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call Baby Pictnrcs Our Specialty White & Gibson RICHMOND McGAUGHEV Main Sfreet, below First The Photographer great fur centers, extends an invitation to all tho citizens of Richmond and Madison county who intend to purchaso furs for this season, to visit Cincinnati, Ohio, and inspect- his enormous plant, where furs are manufactured and sold direct "From Trapper to "Wearer," thus eliminating all "'middlemen's" profits. They aro the largest purchasers of raw fur skins in this country, being exporters, importers and manufacturers, and their low prices'on furs of all styles and varieties for women's wear are positively beyond all possibility of competition. This is the generous proposition he makes. Go to Cincinnati, Ohio, look over A. E. Burkhardt's. enormous stock in the buildings at the corner of two Main street and Third avenue, select just what you want, and the cost of yoifr railroad fare for both wats .will be paid by the Arm, providing it does not amount to more than 10 per cent (10 per cent) of the purchase price of the Public Sale. article. All goods are marked in plain On Saturday, November 18, 1011, a figures, and you need not mention that 2 p. m. I will sell at public sale my you wish your railroad faro refunded residence on Orchard street containing seven rooms and all necessary outbuild- until afteu making your purchase. We advise our readers to take advanings. Good store house on tho lot. 21-J. R. Pmikk. tage of tfiis liberal offer. six-flo18-5- 1 2t Very few men who havo striven to live their own lives without identifying themselves with" some cause which will last after they are gone have maintained their purpose unbroken through adversity. The man who believes in himself alone is usually putting his trust on a fragile support. Sure and permanent achievement belongs to him who lives for something outsideof himself, whether it bo his country, his principles or his faith. The more a man knows of life, tho more he feels the need of having things outside of himself to live for. lie needs friends, he needs traditions, ho needs ideals. These ho must have, in order to give him stability of purpose and clearness of vision, to steady him in the hour of defeat and to supply tho hopeof added strength for the contests yet to come. These ho must have, in ordor to mako the end itself seem worth while President Hadley of Yale. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of cotton or cotton improperly handled. poor Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing 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 just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th 1 tion. Made in thebest qualities of Satin Finish, dustproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. This is on a green city ' boy who wanted to show his gallantry. He called on a maiden a few nights ago and valiantly ofTered to brave tne darkness of the back yard to bring a bucket of water. He reached the yard all right, set the bucket down, and turned a crank vigorously for several minutes. His efforts met with failure and he returned to the house with the statement that the pump was out of fix. On inspection it was found he had set the bucket down by a wash tub, and had been busy turning a clothes wringer. The Wanderer. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 I 1 When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. . A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to bay. Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and gentlemens clothing cleaned and pressed by Mrs. G. F. Bradley 130 Second St. up stairs. Work is of highest order, price low. A trial ordei solicted. lit OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. 229 R. O. I. WE SELL MAY MANTON HUSTLING CASH STORE YOU ARE : INVITED--WHEN WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH WILL YOU COME : PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO SEE OUR : DISPLAY OF : FALL i MERCHANDISE? es- fer - Shoes! member of Shoes! Shoes! every pair Every thing -- New-- Up to Now! Gents9 & Boys' Clothing! We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, We defy we have ever been able to secure. . all' competition on ars All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices, The newest lasts, and more of them lhan ever. Re- we malie gocd "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 Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribbon Shoes for Boys and Girte that fail, through any fault of leather or worfbnanship, to give J.E. Tilt $10 TO $30 "We, want to show you the largest assortment of Infants and: Misses Coats you have seen in this cky?) r $10 AND $15 Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and dt $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. "We are showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to- - -$0. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. j - " satisfaction. A trial pair is all we a customer is a'ssured to His. askr-:a- nd Prices ranging from . -' $i,oo to $750- ' . 5 , . ; You are invited When will you come? antj to show you .our. array of; Dress 31Goqds, r listings, Ginghams, Percales, Outingsect, etc. hr &t, we want to show you whatyou want in any lint Mi YOU ARE INWIjED WHEN WILL YOU' COME ?" -- oTner First & Main p n B ro t her s H ami It Richmond, Kentucky 3 OPERA HOUS Realistic, Living:, Breathing; Effects, Endorsed by Clergy, Press and Public A Hundred Scenes and 9 Grand Circles of Hell DANTE'S INFERNO A Wonderful Masterpiece Of WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NOVBMBRE Th ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Marvelous $ 1 00,000 Moving Picture Production A Marvel of the Film Maker's Art The World's Greatest Moving' Pictures More lhan two hours entertainment, telling in the most artistic and realistic manner the great story of Dante's Immortal poem, making the scenes appear like animatedpai ntings or living statuary Special Music : Celebrated Lecturer : Startling Effects b Secretary Attorney liupL Pas. And. fab. ol Site General Acta ants Treasurer Iastrtion Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50 Cents Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the min-ute- " as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of Official Vote of Madison County in the State Election Held November 7th, 1011. UcbL iCoveraer PRECINCTS. Gov. Ce. A. L. 2 B Ufc. , r : 3 - ffM : H O 85Q253 S3 og cd " Statistics Appeals Caul State Kepre- - OF HISTORY PILLAR SAINTS. CURIOUS BITS TO BE CONTINUED , - 2 MORE WEEKS Seaator sea tali vc s ?T Court House- .- Ctylall Normal 253 Francis Cbeaanlt White Hall... Red Hons. . . 9B 12-132 170 91 147 165 249 118 157 s o ; : : : SHJ; Sfi 248 117 156 142 : 249 117 157 c - : . g : i 2 : ,3 S " : . : :. S3.,.' : ? 2 ? : g : 90 128 128 92 128 90 163 73 129 90 80 Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Ltc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Call and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter MeCreary.... College Hill.. Ksvanacah . . . 160 116 174 55 89 57 131 92 101 68 121 75 101 130 12b 92 170 108 142 103 73 89 122 76 175 113 169 65 86 66 130 91 101 68 121 71 104 125 125 87 167 108 142 73 122 174 170 73 122 89 76 174 113 65! 169 6 86 91' 130 108 101' 58 121 j 71 104 124 125 87 167j 56 226 87 205: 102 136 84, 164 133 126 85 125 75 119. 129 127 96 106 117 73 86 89 163 89 76 113 55 66 Waco Brassfield... BearWaller... Ktogstoa BlaeUek.... Berea Clay 130 91 107 101 68 121 71 104 124 125 87 167 66 230 89 205 105 168 137 138 53 229 87 205 103 136 Dnacaonon... Buraam 53 229 87 205 102 136i 164 134 125 129 106 117 84 126 85 13S 105 133 125 129 106 117 84 126 Tens Poosey Newby Valley Crntcher.... Bfggerstall... lew. 126 85 76 119 130 127 107 96 120 73 85 127i 85 127 76 119 96 73j 75 119 96 73 248 96 248 9S 117 129 117 128 90 150 90 16G 142 163 142 163 73 89 73 89 76 121 122 76 175 113 174 113 170 65 169 55 66 86 86 56 91 91 130 130 107 101 107 101 6S 121 58 121 71 108 71 104 124 125 124 125 87 167 87 167 68 224 65 226 87 205, 87 205 102 136 102 136 84 164 84 164 133 126 233 126 125 85 125 851 75 119 75 119 128 127 128 127 106 96 106 96 117 73 111 73 257 117 157 142 88 249 128 118 89, 156 163, 142 73 89. 73 121 76 122 174 113 175 170 65 169 86 66 86 130 91 130 107 101 107 68 121 - f8 71 104 71 124 125 124 87 167 87 61 215 61 87 2"5 87 102 136 102 164 84 164 133 126 13S 125 85 125 75 119 75 128 127 128 " 106 90 176 117 73 117 Oti 128 90 163 89 76 112 248 96 "247 97 117 128 118 128 166 90 1671 89 142 163 141 163 73 89 73 89 121 76 121 76 174 170 112 K.e.ss rr ff O. ? r- v, : : : : By A. W. MACY. Is marvelous what strange things men have done In the name of religion, but none are It Oldham's Stupendous Bargain Feast So As to Give Everybody a Chance. 258 120 161 142 85 128 85 163 74 122 174 170 89 76 113 65 56 91 101 121 104 125 167 86 55 60 173 169 113 86 130 107 67 71 126 87 65 66 130 91 107 101 68 121 71 104 125 125 87 163 220 65 226 87 205 205 136 102 130 84 164 84 126 133 126 85 125 85 119 76 119 127 128 127 96l 106 96 73 117 73 91 101 121 104 125 167 84 198 86 130 107 67 65 56 91 101 121 104 125 168 71 126 87 87 205 136 84 133 126 102 164 64 240 87 205 102 136 164 183 125 84 126 125 85 75 119 128 127 86 100 117 96 73 75 119 128 127 106 96 117 73 3043128821 296312857112959 2852 2960 2854 2961 2851 SOooffi --2 2966 2840 2965 2845 2958 28521 23S4 2824 2975 2853 The lecture course tickets are on sale Six splenand Louise Terrill. Loujanelia Wells. did entertainments can be enjoyed for Goods Mr. Thomas 8. Moberly spent Sunday two dollars. in Maysville with his sister, Mrs. J. H. The Bostonia Orchestra furnished the Toy, and his mother, who is with her music at Miss Helen Gould's reception daughter, Mrs. Toy, of that city. at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The Cecilian Club met with Miss You may hear it in concert at the NormLaura Bright on Wednesday afternoon al Chapel Friday evening, Nov. 2Uh. last and curried out a most delightful Tho Y. M. C. A. is one of the most I son. "Oratorio" program. The selection were thriving, organizations in the school. Its for the feast is prepared, and you must seize vour opportunity to save money. The Woolen trust is the most County Judge, O. W. Witt, of Irvine, all arranged for the piano, from B. Bowles.) membership includes 93 per cent of the (Copyright. 1311. by "St. Paul;" Haydrias Sea- male students and is dlvidc'df into two Toys tor baoy. insistent of all the trusts in its demand is attending court at this place, this son's "Handel's Messiah;" S Saeno, "Bible classes: A competition is on beAmong a dozen tors that have been for a high tariff. This trust still calls week. -3- -4c my baby there were tno rattles itself an "infant industry," and its The friends of Mr. II. L. Lcet, of "Samson and Delilah;" and Gauls' "Ora- tween them to determine which can riven women it rstusaa teri with hard rings at ends just torio." Interesting papers were read by secure the largest number of j agents told the mombers of the Ways Irvine, were glad to witness his presence new mem- right for a baby to the down his stick For Thirty Years RichMrs. A. B. Burnam and Mrs. Lcsl e bers by Thanksgiving, CO ana .Means committee luai me trust in our midst, yesterday. IHE CLIMAX PRINTING the defeated class throat. There was a ball trimmed mond's Greatest Store. Evans. Mcsdamcs Middelton, Johnson, is to give a banquet to the would starve to death if the tariff (Incorporated.) successful with loosely sewed bells that the baby Mrs. Lucy Ilesr'perger, of California, was taken off of wool. At Boston on is visiting.her neice, Mrs. Walter Azbill, Pickels, Kellogg and White gave the ono. Immediately pulled off and put In his piano selections. Mrs. I. G. Ballard was mouth. There was a worsted ball, so Pres. and Mgr. October 10, William Wood, President on Broadway. A. D. Miller The Bostonia Orchestra, under the mzzy listened top with marked attention in of the Woolen trust, was a witness in a mat It furnished mouthfuls of Sec'y-Trea- s. Mr. George McRoberts has returned that ever glorious solo, from Elijah, "O leadership of Mrs. Belle Yeston RenW. G. WWte 'Jnt The only thing that it wa3 pos suit filed against him by a man whom NO DIRT NO SOOT EVERYTHING CONSUMED to Danville after h visit to his sister, Best in the Lord." An enjoyable social frew, the most noted woman orchestra slble to leave him with was a rubber NO SMOKE he had knocked down and run over. Mrs. Lewis Nesle. leader in the world, will play at the ring too large to get In his throa- tchat accompanied by most deliciously KEXTUCKY MESS ASSOCUTIOS The judge asked Wood how many At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be ho soot in the pipe or flue Mr. and Mrs. C W. Hays are the reci appetizing refreshments closed the Ora- Chapel Friday evening, Nov. 24. There exchange. automobiles he owned. pients of a visit from Mr. and Mrs. torio afternoon. The next meeting will are 15 members, all artists, in the comEIGHTH DISTRICT rUBUStlttS LEAGUE. "I don't know," Wood replied. Practically Indestructible. Charley Hays or Louisville. bo with Mrs. Johnson Nov. 22, Subject, pany. Mart King, the model Story-telle- r, "How many chauffeurs tlo you will accompany the orchestra and A flight. of stairs has been erected YEAB FEB Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, "J. S. Bach." 11.00 asked the court, The only pointless leg bottom and base with full will toll some of his inimitable stories. In Paris over which 14,000.000 persons On Friday evening, Nov. 10th., Mr. "I never tried to keep track of them." has been the guest of her daughter, nr ADVANCE You can buy season ticket to the have passed without so much as radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has Wood answered. Mrs Z. T. Bice, on the Summit. Walter Q. Park and Miss Mary Lucilo scratching Normal Lecture Course at Perry's or are almost the surface. These steps Imagine a man so rich he cannot ever been made in the historj of the stove industry. Imperishable, for In the - 1911 Dr. H. C. Jasper is in Arkansas on a Bootho were married in the parlors of NOV 15 WEDNESDAY Middloton's. Students of all schools concrete of which they are constructed keep traok of the nmber of automo- business trip. While there he will have ,1110 Hotel, at WinThe jointless leg bottom and base mokes the sto'.s biles ho owns! Then reflect on how some fino sport hunting. chester, the Kev. Mr. Dawson, of Mt. admitted for $1.50. Regular tickets a generous proportion of carborundum air-tigbelow the grate, which is the only true $2.00. citizens there has many of the workingmon who purchase has been Introduced, and since car In the minds of our Prof. H. H. Brock and family will Sterling oftlciating. The bride is the morundum Is almost as hard as the always been more or less agitation re Mr. Wood's highly protected products principle. model dining room of the Depart Iho Mober-le- y charming and talented daughter of Prof. diamond, it has given the concreto garding the advisability of holdiDg in are unable to keep track of the number move to their country home near and Mrs. I. II. Bootho of this city, and ment of Domestic Science was the scene wearing quality will be as good a fire keeper twenty years bene r about the 1st., of January. which no marble tbis county an annual exhibition of of woolen suits they or their children of a Pretty dinner party last evonintr. granite halls from two of the most prominent could possibly approach. Mrs. W. W. Walts, Misses Emma as it is today. products, or in own. live 'stock and farm and highly esteemed families of Law- - ,Tne meal w&s prepared and served by Watts, Margaret Wilmore and Jane D. ether words a fair. In discussing this The Hot Blast Air-TigFlorence will heat twice grand- - tne class finishing the course this term. rence County, Ohio, being Doubtful. "I am burpri8ed," says Attorney Stockton spent Thursday in Lexington.' daughter of Mr. Isaac Bool he aand thepnd furnished convincing proof of the the business people of matter with can be heated by any-othe- r the space that stove or, It Is possible there may be a funnier Madison county, the Climax can find Genera Wickersham, 'That the busiProf, and Mrs. M. L. Canier will Hon. J. n. McGee of that place. Prof, eihciency of members in the art of fine sight than a dignified man with a the cost. earth at one-hal- f only one draw back, and that has been ness men of this country have sot move to their property recently" bought Boothe is o:io of Kentucky's most cookery. Covers were laid for eieht. long nose, an undershot Jaw and mennonedbymanywhoare anxious to taken more advantage of that section or 0f Z. T. Rice, on Broadway, January 1st. prominent, educat The only perfect floor heater that is or has havl for tho and a tempting menu .of bouillon with bushy whiskers, trying to get a full . eentrlbute in every way possible to have the law which permits the colletion of Mrs. D. P. Chaney, of Irvine, spent past seventeen years been connocted oneeso warers, beer lost with mushroom urinn at a ououung lountain, but we been made. a fair as in days of qjd. Our merchants threefold damages when they have from Saturday until Tuesday with her wrlh various schools in the Eastern sautce, peas on timbales, Saratoga noubt It. A11 features aro patented and no stove manufa. and business men are all of the same been injured by a trust. That section daughter, Mrs. Merritt Montgomery. s. part of the State, from whero he was cniPs beaten biscuit, cotiee, olives, opinion, that an exhibition of tbis is a powerful lever, and would make ery tutti frutti, "ice cream and cake turer, dealer or user can copy use same for 17 year j T. M. Baker, of Macon, Ga who called to accept the present,position he character can not be gotten up in a few those illegally organized have more uwumy servea has been visitinir Mesdames R. E. I now holds ut the Eastern" Kormal here. I from Bate of patent without incurring liability for ar. weeks. To have the class of stock and respect for the law." Likewise, the wm. Arnold, returned nome where hb is very popular wiwi me The first number of the Richmond other attractions necessary to insure a people are surprised that Mr. Wicker- xurley and action for damages. siuaenw. xue onae woro a nanusome Lecture Course at Normal Chapel will last week. tuccessrul meeting requires time and sham as attorney general does not take be given November 24th. Don't miss Mr. Theo Curry, a prominent business suitoflai,oredblue rrench serSe a work, and every person consulted on advantage of the law which makes it man or Lancaster, stopped over in a beautiful beaver hat to match and it. this subject express themselves heartily possible to send cuilty trust magnates Having sold my farm, I will at public is If never looked more beautiful than on in favor of a Madison County fair, lojan. xney believe it would be an Richmond, last week, on his way to this happy occasion. During auction, without reserve, on Public Sales. the past accordis Cincinnati. provided assurance was given by the even still more "powerful lever." year she has won an excellent record as In this issue of the Climax there aro Dec. Messrs. J. P. Chenault and Overton organizers of such a company that the ing Tariff isn't the only thing the Harber are at Conway, this week, seek- a teacher and is one of Richmond's a number of Publio Sales advertised. at 10 o'clock a. m. sell undertaking would be pushed to a the following most accomplished and attractive young Among those not heretofore noted are- Republicans are afraid of in the com ing Tho No. 21 will heat 1 small room ttll winter with two tons of slack or lum- successful completion. It was suggest sport as hunters of the feathery ladies. The groom hails from one of J. R. Parke's sale Nov. 18th, Martin Ai properly: ing campaign. There is another item tribe. coal. 1 three-yeed by many of our merchants that a old broke mare mulfi. Madison s oldest and most respected Holliday, Real Estate Agents The No. 40 or No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small roams all winter with 2 4 tons of 1 yearling mare mule, of company be organized this fall and that is giving them worry. They are to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Griggs will move families, being the eldest son of Mr. sale, Nov. 25th, R. C. White's 25 Shoats, slack or lump coal. begin work to secure for next year's give an answer to tne cnarges ol cor- to their farm, which was bought from 0 Brood sows with 7 pigs, and Mrs. Walter Park, of near RichThe No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3Uons of- - slack or fair such s class of stock as will at- ruption, incompetency and malad- Lucian T. Griggs, near Waco, about the mond. Mr. Park is one of tho county's sale, Nov. 25th., Commissioner Rice's 1 red boar hog, sale, Dec. 1, B. J, Clay's sale, Dec. 2nd. lump coal. . 4 cows, tract our people and our neighbors to ministration that have been brought 1st., of December. most prominent and popular young out and proven by the various DemoThe No. 53 or No. 27 will heal 5 rooms all winter with 1 tons of slaclTor lump 1 yearling steer, tbk city. It was the concensus of cratic investigating committees. G. T. Grinstead and family will arrive men, of splendid morals, and during his Found Valuable Pearl. 1 nearly now e wagon with coal. opinion that the fair company, if orA negro pearl hunter in Richmond this week. Mr. Grinstead school days won an unequalcd studious the other day harness, The No. 55 will heat a large store or school room with 0 tons of slack or lump ganized, should offer premiums for all 1 nearly new snrintr vrairnn. Ark we crateful enoush for the is traveling for a Chicago firm and will and energetic record among his fellow ouna a pearl weighing 47 grains in coal. For a church, less coal will be required. 1 old buggy with harness, .stock raised on the farm, such as cattle, blessings we have? Emerson tells the m air A Vt a 1a a Vile KVma me waters or Lake Bloteneau near I mi, Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner of the same Cider mill, 2 lard kettles, ice hooks, horses, mules, hogs, sheep, poultry, story of a widow who was so poor she several years he has boon prominently L set drills, corn sheller. cutting box, Hart Perry, a very popular , youug size and heat twice the apace. etc. The fair company during the past eked out the one thin bed covering by--o -i umrcu bination iron safe, plows, gears, com. .I rr I -I .i,u ...w .......... j .l" aisies, no nndor tool?, If I oi,. FOR SALE BY ten years has neglected such stock as laying an old door over herself and her uiou w xiibiiuiuuu, ttuu a auueuv m i State University, spent Sunday and Methodist church here, and commands port for $250, and the purchaser In steelyards, and numerous other articles. sheep, bogs, and other important stock little children. "Mama," said one of Terms: Cash. highest respect of all who know turn received 11,500 for the stone. Tho 5IMMON5 that is produced on our farms, and this, the children one bitter cold night, Monday with his school chum, Isaac the BRUTUS J. CLAY. him. His numerous friends heartily second owner was a merchant, but tho Barkley Jessamine News. no doubt, has had a tendency to keep "what do those poor children do who Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. 22-The 2nd Street Hardware Store Professional pearl buyer. Thlo Mm. R. L. Gentry, of Nashville, congratulate him upon obtaining such many from attending these exhibitions. haven't got a door to cover them?" f iv.ouw. r.mr.ftMnnilv tnAhir lillln nontiow a orme, anu wgemer wisn mem many who have in the past If the gentlemen happy daj A good opportunity is now offered A. D. Miller, Jr. She will be here until successfully conducted the lair com-- l Remembered the Lesson. tho holidays at which time Mr. Gentry, pany will organize this fall and proceed I Richmond should take advantage of couples to save money. A My little girl, who was about thres , to secure for Madison county the class I cut rate war is being waged among the will join her for a Christmas visit home, the very excellent opportunity for high years old, had always had it impressI T ot stock and outer attraction so vital to I divorce lawyers of Reno. Nevada, and Mr. Wolfe C&xnnbell. who has hppn class enlertainmout afforded by the ed upon her that after she was once Make is patronaressed she should not get dlrty the success of as? fair, we feel certain I fees have been reduced from 8250 tol with the Richmond Ice Company during I Richmond Lecture Course, while Hgain. une arternoon nexVyearlUohmond trill have the J $75 for securing a separation of husband the summer left last week for Tennessee being that after ized dressCan't Cure Catarrh dressed she went out to play and fell to resume bis work with the Mason- down In the dirt. She then came in Hanger Co., who are doing construction I thrfair since he days when the latel T, , ... , running to me and cried," "O. mam udauba ui iuo uriuciaux resulting work there. Col. L Shelby Irvine and those older " Stemaek Bests g. Sprays m ma now I'm all undressed.- from his marrying John Jacob Astor citizens mingled with ten thousand and 'Miss BeMfcesSave All Failed. change. Under dale of Nov. 13th.. the Lex Madalene Force,' at Newport, souls on the lot now used for the Rev. Joseph Lambert has resigned as ington Leader says: A tobacco barn Madison Stock Yards. pastor of the Congregational church of and its coptents belonging to John There is only ono way to cure catarrh. ' Ginseng. Keach the raw, tender, inflamed mom- iu Tee Stanley steel investigating com- that city and will go into other Coffey near Kichmond, Ky., was con brane that is infested with catarrh nignly ngni yellow root of ginseng Is esteemed by the .Chinese as a siderably damaged by fire. The fire germs, and destroy the germs. mittee has made public the export businces. stimulant. Is used, was of incendiary origin and was dislou can t reach the nooks and almost everyIt domestic however, for prices of steel trust products. This is As overwhelmingly Democratic covered in time to save some of the crevices with liquid preparations there purpose, and specimens and medicinal a very important piece of news, in as General Assembly will stand by Gover is only one way breathe the antiseptic resembling -much as it shows creat differences in nor MeCreary and we will now have tobacco. eerm killing air of HYOME1 (pronounce tne human body often command their liigb-o-mprices in favor of foregners. and there- the much needed reforms pledged in the directly over the Infested weignt in gold because of supposed ocEditor J. B. S tears, of the Jessamine it parts. cult virtues. Chlaa furnishes almost for,- probably will result in a great the Democratic platform. News, was in the city Thursday and 11 1UM til contains no opium." coca-ntne sole market for ginseng. reduction, if not the removal, of all paid The Climax a pleasant call. Mr. or other harmful drugs, it is made of in life Fall tariff duty on steeL The figures given Ollte James election to the United Stears is one of the most popular news Australian eucalvntus. thymol and Be States Senate js assured as both papermen and Cranberries. out show that the trusts charge It is will in Kentucky ana his paper other Listerian antiseptics. SL producers at Cape Cod American consumers (32.97 per gross branches of the' Legislature are over- did excellent wiOrK lor senator AlO--1 guaranteed to end the misery of cata'rh, I nttlimo rmiin r,A hronoVilll. n. mAno. irn Tallin is oC ton for steal plates, while supplying the whelmingly Democratic. Creary and the Btate Democratic ticket back. order to make their planla more pre- Sndentical article to foreigners at -.. KIi Ask B. L. Middelton about the ductlve, practical tests having estit'k- font: during tho campaign Just closed. aru4 fcw VlVfWl fwl UI IV1 d LI LNXI IL UK Wl- $29.04. The unprotected foreigner thus ,dta 11 tor " activity of the bee. ik that the Mesdame, Jas. Bennett. W.rfleJd from ;to receives an advantage of S3.93 over the "There is a star behind the cloud, tefttctcrave-nettein carrying poltea from plant to pleat Bennett, Eobert R. Burnam, M. B, I There is a rose beneath the snow; protected American consumer. The ' : U. 8. District Court convened at u a saeaH of materially lecreasiBC The Miller, A. K. Burnam and.J. J. Green- ; There is a little brook around . : the yield f UOa Cat Cod :lapl. advantage riven the foreigner in steel The bend of and road we no. leaf went to' Winchester, Friday after- - Ms place, last Monday. While, It I $8.64 per ton; in tin plate, $12.54, The morning lingers in the rails A JTC lost .that was tho sensation of dark. noon, to hear Clay's lecture appears, there is amall docket, there lst sasoa-- a" perfect Jit with aa abundance, of snappy styje - i BrKtoi Humor. aad in structural steel, $4.50. Query: Life folds a dream that will come on Woman's Miss.Laura Mrs. " The J IT Shoe' has won the hearts of (he vouiwr vaa Sufferage. at this James will, next week, be tried, several tY all the qualities of stylej fit and FasMons for the season 7kr. I troe. trust sells its products If the s'eel .tuimon, mat is touna m poots offered 4n tho exclusive shoe., stores of New York, Chicago and1 othe'r" large And somewhere, sometime, somehow, Burnam entertained the delegation very cases of Illicit sale of liquor from suits are, it o b very popular with the cities,. We 'areexeTnslve agels. cheaper to foreigners than to home a. siyiisu waiKing, Door that appeals to young:, women whs d tn a things delightfully at her home, after the I Middleborough. Judge, A. M. J ilded youth. Well. , well. The nt-ad eomfort wttb style. y eessumers, who is the actual Will all come right for me and lecture. Cochran is the presiding judge and . Blooey "The external of the American protective you," Edwin P. Morrow of Somerset is qualities of the zebra are thos oftfce Mr. aad Mrs. T. M. Wells delightfully system The foreigner or the home Mrs. D. II. Breck is visiting in Lan- prosecuting. At the time of going to muuuu view. K for entertained a number of friends Sun press, coast! ner? easier. there is nothing special to relate, day in boner of Mr. Wells thirty-fift- h Mrs. W. II. G rider has returned from birth anniversary. An elegant Wets! AtaptU fetf AfrtMjM. "ItFits Tfte Tmi DanecKanc attieaal ce&alttee, dinner but ne:rt week, we wjll deal more fully K Made 'Mie new metal known as Liege Me BVMUatWatfeiectee enJso. 8, a rkH to Louisville. was served aud a most enjoyable day with the subjeqt. Betai is said to be 40 pey ceat. Heatfor wO soasMsr the sreceaUIee of order-- 1 Mrs. Geerge Sfiyaw, of Mt. Sterlis, was spent by those present. Those Main Don't fail to get a ticketfor the Rich er than aluminum, which makeeil It wiH arrive tomorrow, for a visit. to Mr. present were: Mr. and Mrs. V. V. mond Lecture Course this year; It Is .... . H for kf a Met Tetestate.prsMeli&! ess-dil- DftaCfeeetL<. imiutuMujr utsiui i or aimipa. in nil the P&ckwoed, Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Terrill, unusually &m. OWEN McRB. Miss Ann Dejarnett is visiting friends and relatives in Virginia. Miss Bettie While, of Irvin", was in the city shopping Monday. Mr. Thomas Christopher, of Irvine, was In the city Saturday on business. Judge J. J. Greenleaf was in Lan caster on legal business. Mrs. C. D. Chenault, of Lexington. visited relatives in this city last week. Mrs. Cynda Carr spent several days last week in Heidlcberg visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Kit Parks, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Boy Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Major Wells, Messrs. Harris and Pleasant Parks, William Terrill, Cy Wells, Elizabeth NORMAL NOTES. at Middelton's and Perry's. more curious than the practices of the Stylltes, sometimes called Air Martyrs, but usually known as Pillar Saints. The founder cf the sect, and Its' most conspicuous example, was a shepherd of Clllcla named Simeon, now known In church history as St. Simeon Stylltes. With the Idea of gaining the favor of heaven and attaining salntshlp on earth he took up his residence on a pillar, or column, said to have been sixty feet high. The top of this pillar was about three feet in diameter, and was Inclosed by an iron railing. It seems Incredible, but he Is said to have lived here for thlity years, never descending, eating very sparingly of food cent up to him, always standing or bowing in prayer, and exposed to all kinds of weather. He wore the skins of animals, and always kept an Iron band about his neck. At a certain hour every day he addressed those gathered at the foot of his pillar, exhorting them to lives of holiness. He died on top of his pillar, and his body was taken to Antloch arid burled with Imposing ceremonies.. The practice of this extreme form of Christian asceticism was taken up by others, and "Pillar Saints" became quite numerous In eastern countries. The sect did not entirely disappear till the twelfth century. For the past two weeks our store has been filled to overflowiug with customers buying new and saasonable merchandise at prices remarkably low. "We have "had' more bus: ness than we could handle, and feel that it is wrong and unfair to our customers t close our sale at the time previously advertised, and, FOR TWO MORE WEEKS we will continue this bargain harvest for the benefit of our good friends in Madiso-whwaited patiently for hour after hour and never could get to buy what they wante-c. o NEW GOODS HAVE COME IN and so was this sale and so great was the cry for bargains that we Iku. been forced to send duplicate orders for more new goods, and they are here and roar for the thousands who are waiting for them. This is not a Loom-En- d Sale, bvt a Money-Savin- g Opportunity to buy new and up-- t now merchandise at MANUFACTURER'S FIRST COST. This is the first time u sale of this kind was ever put on in Kichmond and, as we were the proverbial "Kirn Bird," the last two weeks have been the biggest in the history of our business. far-reachi- COME ONE COME ALL The Richmond Climax. Jph Best Calico (on bolt) 4c. Hope Bleach Cotton 7 W. D. OLDHAM & CO. THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION ht firr-keepi- Brown-Proctor- ia It ht eu eel-Mr- or Public Sale 2nd, Saturday, ar 'll, the Florence operated to directions: 3-- Win-Cheste- r, -- two-hors- .. ..... est Jll, v- 'a IXUGLA5, & DEATHLRAGE ... your selections early sizes, are complete. Our shop by the best ed women town. Your Pall g Winter Shoes Await Yoar Call at Our Boot Shop e) I f- PERSONALS your have you .seen an array of and 'Winter Boots such as we you this show season. There a style last for every hiitrnn irkor efrItsM heights, the lowryalkin shoe the extreme storrrrboot, tan, dullf velvet and suede An imposing array. 1-- Never . , .-."fuK - w.ou igC' bene-ficiar- sy: ls ... The J Shoe ffs. youngwomen. the Arch." L Si STANIFER, Home of Good Clothes. Corner Second and Streets Be sure to aslpb;see ther J' Shoe. only women. 5LCTI0N TWO THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 191 1 "SECTION TWO IK V r flk y Joolc,' lW sfce wok and Slept and wafe and slept until the day broke. It was bright and swwlitey out there were oiatnoes ekwds all about the western hetteoa. It wae probable that the ratey seaeoa was at hand, if not upon then. She regretted that she bad net gives saexe time to the stwly of nature, to .the fauna and flera. ot the South seaaj to the condition of wind and weather under which life was lived there. Much philosophy would she gladly btve parted with for auek practical infor mation. She had to pieee her Meae of affairs out from scrape aad tags of knowledge, unclassified, incoherent; from vague reeoHectleBs of ehltdhood stories aad romances; frea eareleeely scanned collection ef voyage, books of travel and adventure. The result was unsatisfactory. In some particulars the instinctive man before her was her master. At tMnga which went to make up physical eoafert and well being in a state of absolute he certainly surpass od her. She was thankful when she walked abroad that she had the shelter of the eave, for everything was drenched from the terrific downpour. If it was the beginning of the wet season she knew that the rains would soon coma again. Still she luxuriated la what freedom she had. Without removing her single garment she plunged lato the lagoon for a refreshing bath. The man followed her and swan about her moving slowly, with leee skill than she, but as eaeily as a porpoise plunges about the bow oC a progress ing ship. Refreshed, she came beck to the mouth of the eave and brought theace a careful Inspecttoa all her worldly poeeeeeio&s. save the little heap of clothing which she had care fully piled upon the Jutting shelf in the shadow of the cave for time of need. She ranged them on the sands before her. There was the Bible and the little silver box which she had found in the cave. She examined more critically its contents, wondering NUMBER ""22 Hfe according to Kir favorite philosopher, she concluded, that the man was 25, three years olderj than she at that moment a proper difference in their fees for . . . Her face flamed. She scarcely knew why, aad she turned to an Inspection of the riugs. The first was a diamond, a solitaire, of she Judged. Although sBe was not especially expert In shot matters, sae deemed it must be e great value. There was no insert p tk of any sort within the narrow hoop of gold, although she searehet keenly the Inner sarfan Th ritamnrw ! was curiously set There was an ex quisue tracery of a little coat of arm on either side of the setting, done it miniature but with a ski L. to marvei at too small even fer her brllHam vision to decipher In detail. The other she recognised wMh a sneer as one of those fetters of eon ventten, a wedding ring. It was a heavier hoop of geld much engraved within. She washed k in the stream; and rubbed it in the sand until she could make it out "J. R. C," she read, "to M. P. T" There was a date alter. September 19, I860, aad thea . Utose cabalistic words, "II. Cer.l2:lJ, which she presently divined to he a reference to some text in tho MMe. fk source frem which to seieet the "posy of a ring." agreeable to those who submit to such ancient foHtes as, the wc Mued bonds of matrimony. She reached for the BtMe aad wkh ' unfamiliar SBgers searched through K. until she found the place: "I wWt very gladly spend aad he spent fer-yothough the more abundaaUy I. love you. the less I he loved." Tfcer beauty of the phrase caught her laaey. ; She read with a strange sew interests the ehapter in whieh these words -- m were shrined. Th touch of human paeeioB came to her across the leeg ' years and with the rhjR sparkHng in her own white hand she embodied Ms, tradition ia persooalky and the worn an who had been so loved steed be fore her. Her eyes fell agate upeai the man and the dream was broken, v She pieced together now atl thatfc she had of him. smiling as she did sor at the thought of certain, strange stor ies she had read wherein men ef mar velou8 deductive powers had brought! to solution problems which appearedf-- as impossible of deteetkm as this prej ' seated to her. John Revell Charnoek. evidently the) father of the man of the island, hadl married one M. P. T. oa the of, September, 1S9. Perhaps within a! year afterward this Joha Revell Charnock, assuming him, as was likely, to have borne his father's name, was born. The best English stock In the colony were Massachusetts and Virginia. The stern piece ef the beat' borne the name of a Virginia river and of a Virginia town. The man before her was a Virginian, therefore. Sajl ne was Born la 1S71. it would make him 23 years old. in accordance with)' her first guess. The father and mother, 'possibly ruined by the result of the eivil war. had embarked on some vessel to seek a fortune in a new land. Something had happened to the ship aad the woman, the IK tie boy and the dog had landed in some way upon these shores alone after some horrible voyage, pefhaps like that she had saased thra?h- - Thp hnv mm Ibave been five or six years old. else be would have died beiBg deserted. jThe woman bad, iadeed. died, and the tdog with her, and left the lad alone. Atoae he had beea for a score ef years oa that island. What watchful She beProvidence? . . . Stop! lieved in no Provtdeaee. What strange mysterious fate kept htm from the fate ofthe other two. had preserved him ahme . . . for her? So she wove a history out ef her treasure trove for this man, a history which at least sattsaed her aad wMoh the more she reasoned about k and the more she tested it seemed absolutely adequate and entirely eerreet. Well, she had opportunity now and she was glad. Sho faced the future calmly, recognizing her chance and her work and set about with systematic method, order and persieteBce to teach this man what it was to be a human being, to give hfm. as rapidly as she might communicate it and as he might receive k. all the learning she possessed, to compensate him wkh no further delay fer those 25 years of silence. Was it for this she had been trained and educated at great eost ef time and money aad effort? That she being a woman should give it all to this one man without money and without rlee? TO HE CONTINUED rare-beaut- Goin g to Build? IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR LI Y V ILLUTRATOm&Y YAL Brady-- LUmff-GQAET- Ih IMA Incorporated 1 Near - & A. Depot I- Telephone 425 THE NEW- - Kentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us show you this drill. Only force feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost empty. g . 0. B. Shackeleford Telephone 33 to. Main Street, West residences aid store buildings need and papered, or decorated in any v.av, see me about it, as I am prepared to do all kinds of 3our WHEN painted Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. I will use nothing in the way of materials on your work except such as I invite you to inspect at all times before being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise you in return for same honest work and materials. , Very respectfully yours, W. L LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky "1 ff Am HE SAVED IT ASK JiNV 711 Will Tll YOU ME, mi YOU WISHES ME HAD Two States. fon-himself FAILURE POSITIVE or negative. POSITIVE,. the INDEPENDENT, lie wno proviaes ior nimseu. iua-- J and his depend- E, lie who fails to'provide State Bank & Trust Co., RICHMOND KENTUCKY WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS OP TO SALE DAILY VIA ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE fob H. GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912, mu, full particulars, cau m aw ticket akkt. queen & creskmt C KINO. Pnrr.aBd Ticket Arc. 181 E. Msln St. LEXINGTON. KY. recent crow siioot la he Hat-Jf- n Aberdeenshire, castle rookery, Scotland, ajHire whltectow fell to the of one of the party. Not onlya e bird pure white, bod it had red W eyca like a whjte&sfcblt At a Crow Was a Freak. Europe Has Us Beat "Why do so many people go abroad, Instead of seeing their own country?" "Well," Mr. Cumror replied, "I hate) admit it, Jiut I kind of think Europe has us beat oo guide and yreu sgejrts." Tlien she waited In intense and eager curiosity as to what he should MAKES HOME BAKING EASY do next Tho iron in his situation had eaten into his soul. He had been mastered by force. He could not under stand It. He did not love the mastery. Ject She had rejoiced In his conmanlon- - Still, without the knowledge of Ms shlp, of course. It had glven.her some own powers, there occurred to him no thing to do, her mind something to way to resent the ignominy to. which work upon, and would do more in the he had been subjected. He turned end future, but she never enjoyed a mo- walked away from her. She stood ment's freedom more. She ran to the amazed, staring,after him. It was the little amphitheater formed by the first time he had withdrawn himself cliffs where the cave was and throw from her presence. Where was he ing aside her blouse and skirt, she lux going? Was this a declaration of war? uriated In a bath in the fresh, cool, Was there to be enmity between delightful waters of the pool at the them? In vague terror, moved by a base of the fall. There was a certain sudden impulse again, she called him. "Man!" she said. amount of apprehension, for, of course, He stopped, hesitated, looked back, he might break his tether at any time but she was sufficiently confident not turned and went on again. He was to let this take away the pleasure she deeply hurt She could not see him felt in the bath of fresh water after go. It was unthinkable that he should of the long experience with the salt seas, go. He was dangerous away from her. her side l,u sue bad had a cake of soap she By"Man!" she could control him. she called again. would have been completely happy. But this time he did not heed. An She had much to do and she could not linger. For one thing, she hadlo idea sprang to her brain, working race the problems of clothes. She had quickly under the pressure. She lifted absolutely, nothing when she landed up her voice, for he was far from her except what she wore. Besides the now and plodding steadily, doggedly ual development would keep pace with of various sorts In great plenty on the the practical, she wouldbe thoroughly island and she was becoming accususual underwear these consisted of toward the trees. "John!" she cried. "John Revell satisfied with her educational pro tomed to the diet by decrees. her blue serge blouse and skirt a , cesses. , She passed the noon hour in trying short skirt at that and a silk petti Charnock!"" And at that found the'man stopped. coat She left the blouse and skirt She mused on the problem as he la to add to the mental equipment of her He turned and looked at her again. bored silently and vigorously. He' companion. He could say a number "John!" she repeated.. "John!" stopped once or twice, but she kept of words now and had some idea of She approached him. As she did so him to it a feat vastly ereater than their meaning, although he had not and when she could get near enough she realized, until the Interior of the yet attempted to frame sentences nor to him, she observed that wrinkling boat, which was a small ship's "boat, had she vet tried to teach him so to of the brow, that look of amazement a dinghy, had been entirely cleared do. It was pleasant under the shade which she had noticed before. It was out She had watched carefully every of the trees. She found herself maras if some latent memory, some recol veling at times as to the contentment lection of the past were struggling that possessed her, a product of the against the obscurity of years, as if age suddenly plunged into the Edensomething were endeavoring to thrust like existence which her forebears itself through a sea of oblivion and might have enjoyed ten thousand forgetfulness that overwhelmed his years befcre. mind, as if she were a voice which The hours ran on until tho declinbrought back things he could neither ing sun and the coolness that came understand nor utter, and yet which with the late afternoon warned her meant something, to him. .that if she were to continue her ex 'John!" she cried again, coming plorations she must be about it imnearer to him. mediately. So she rose and nerving She thrust out her hand; she touch herself to her task went toward the ed him. Again she noticed that strange coppice where lay the ghastly remains emotion consequent upon her touch. of what had been a human being. She laid her han'd upon his shoulder. Forcing hersolf to the duty with her There was amity, confidence, reas knife she carefully cut away the rush surance. She patted him as she might es, being particular not to disturb the a dog. bones of the skeletons. As before she did all this In the face of a vigorous "John!" she said, and then she remonstrance from the man. In some turned away and walked toward the A Gleaming Figure Like an Olympian shore. way, she could not tell how, the place Goddess. was horrible to him. He would never Obediently he followed her. She outside on the rocks where they would thrust the knife befween her waist have come near it evidently of his own soon dry in the sun. They had been and the rope which she had rapidly will, and although the power of memwetted so often that there was no pos twisted about her middle and walked ory In him was but latent, the Impressibility of their shrinking further. on in triumph. If he had learned sion that had been produced upon him Then she took stock of the rest With something, so had she. Some one else by what she found there at some needles and thread, of which she had called this man John in days gone period in his life was strong enough possessed some store In the housewife by. The sound was not unfamiliar to She Watched Carefully Every Spade to make him avoid it forever. which had been saved from her bag. him. He answered to his name. That ful of Sand. She did not ask him for assistshe thought she could make shift to was he, John Revell Charnock! She spaderul of sand which had been tossed ance, Indeed, she would not have manufacture three or four garments, felt as If she were entering upon the over the buried gunwales and .now trusted him with the knife under any open at the neck, without sleeves and solution of the mystery circumstances, and he made no atof his pres- Bhe searched eagerly the boat itaelf. tempt to keep close to her. He stood with skirts that came to the. knee, ence. Perhaps the morrow would tell. Her Inspection revealed! nothing. on garments Just sufficient for modesty. She would vexamlne the outskirts ot the coppice in a that boat and There was no other need for clothes, those decaying evidences of humanity There were lockers at either ettd. great state of excitement uttering These she opened, finding nothing so far as that went, in that "balmy on .V without sequence or reason such me iarcner snore. therein but mnnMcrinc Island. She felt elated that night ere she4 cloth, bags of some sort which she words as she had taught him. To him, Naturally she shrank from this, but went to sleep in the cave. The clew surmised might have contained ship's in this instance, she gave no heed. unless she restorted to this expedient to the mystery-sh- e Presently she had completely unfancied was in her bread, and a little barrel or keg, which her clothes would wear out all at hand. She had such occupation before had probably carried water for the covered the two skeletons. She had once. Indeed, they were in none too her as she had never hoped to come studied anatomy, but was not a spevoyagers. good a condition as it was, and when upon in a desert island, at in that department of human least The The boat appeared to be in an ex- cialist they were worn out she would have rope added to her security. By piling learning. She thought that the skelecellent state of preservation. nothing. She would not have hesi V.ones before the entrance to T'.bere ton before her was that of a woman. the cave tated a moment had it not been for and reinforcing them with the boards were even a pair of. oars lying on the She measured its length with a piece the man, but man or not, the decision from the wreck of the boat, and some thwarts. If she could have dug It out ot tall grass and compared it with het in her mind was one to which she fallen tree branches on the shore, she ofc the sand entirely, she fancied she own. They were both of a size. The could have launched it and used It soil in which the bones lay was must come. soft made a sort of a barrier to it not a Unlike moat overeducated women,; barrier" that would have kept out of But. such ajtask was utterly beyond and porous. Every vestige of clothing her. Besides, there would have been long since rotted away and disapshe was still expert with her needle, the cave any one who desired to enter, no gain in having the boat afloat. She had and as her garments were to be of but one which would have to be repeared with the flesh covered. would not dare to take it out beyond the person whose bonesitlay there If the simplest she had not much diffi moved before one ctiuld enter. And had culty in making over her silk skirt in she so arranged matters, tying the end the barrier reef and there was nothing-t- worn any article of gold or silver, row for in the lagoon. the way she fancied. Belted in at the of the rope to her wrist, that any atwhich, being rustless would have surShe easily broke the rotting lines vived the long exposure, they were waist, it would do. She would use the tempt to remove it would immediately with which the oars wre secured and probably burled in the earth beneath rope that bound the man for that pur waken her. That night she slept setook them out They jwould be useful the bones. She would attend .to that pose, keeping it always about her.. She cure and unmolested. pefhaps in some way. And then after later. had, of course, but one pair of stock a long look at the boat and with a feelCHAPTER V. ings and one pair of light canvas boat Then she looked toward the bones CHAPTER IV. ing that her labor "had been mainly tat the feet of the human remains and ing shoes, which were almost cut to wasted, she was about to turn away decided instantly that they were the The Voices of the Past. Pieces. She would have to go bareLesson and Labor. the' thought struck her that bones of a dog. Across the vertebrae It rained hard during most of the foot ' The task to which she set herself in when sometimes boats carried the names of lay a piece ot metal. She picked it up, night. The woman slept lightly 'and Putting her blue serge dress.and the the morning would, have been an l rest of her clothing carefully away. possible one to many women, and in the ships to which they belonged on recognizing it (instantly as a plate whenever she woke she could hear inculding her shoes and stockings, she deed it was a hard one to her. The their bows or acrpss their sterns. She which had probably belonged to & L outside of her sanctuary the roar of stepped out on the sands, bare armed, buried boat lay in the sand some rods had recourse to the shovel once more, dog collar. There was an inscription the storm. The man, as usual, slept bare footed, a gleaming .figure like to distant from the nearest tree. There and after some deliberation essayed on It which she did not take the trou- the long hours through as undisturbed an Olympian goddess. She was a was absolutely no shelter from the the stern of the boat ble at the moment to read. Slipping by the commotion as a child. It was It was not so hard to shovel the it Into the bosom of her tunic and apparent to her that he had absolutely woman naturally dark In complexion, fierce heat of the tropic sun. She was and while the sun would probaply burn not yet fully accumstomed to it and sand away from it and here she did making sure that the confining rope no fear. Whether this was due to igher cruelly and burn her young flesh, Indeed perhaps she never would be make a discovery, for although the let- would keep it from falling out, she norance or temperament she could never exposed to its intensity, darker, able to endure it without some sort ters had been almost obliterated by stooped down and gathered the bones not say. Was fear, after all, under the she would not grow red or blister. She fit a head eoverlng. She Improvised the action of the sand, she) couSd still of tile human being up in her arms, conditions In which his life bad been make them out. After some study repulsive as the task was, and carried lived, a purely artificial quality, or was was thankful for that with unconscious a bonnet from the, leaf of a low springfemininity. At any rate, she must get ing palm tree, which, with.her remainshe decided that the name- - of the boat them down to the boat on the beach. It natural and Inherent? He had used to going out in the sun without ing handkerchief, she tied about her or of the ship to whichj it had be She laid them in the bottom ot the avoidances, abhorrences. antipathies, had been NanseoVsnd of Nor boat carefully and then moved by a as the skeletons In the coppice which a hat, too. People, natives who Were head. And then with her watchful born and lived in this latitude, did friend by her side she descended the folk, Virginia. That was the net re- sudden Impulse, she went back and she had burled. Was that avoidance sult of the hard labors oC a long morn- gathered up those of the .dog which fear or was it something else? Was become accustomed to such things, beach to the boat and began to dig. It instinct or did It arise- from she knew, so undoubtedly could .she. It was hard and very tedious work. ing. It told her something, bat not she put in the boat also. It was an lection? She rather fancied the recol last With these thoughts, she stepped With the flat make-shishovel In the much. Assuming that the man with easy matter to tumble a few spadefuls so, It was evident that the man had of sand over the bones? Then shelef around the headland and walked shape of the rough piece of board it her was John Revell ChJ.rnock anvl asacross the teach toward the palm tree was almost impossible to lift the sand. suming that he had coma to the island them in that rude Viking sepulture, been on the Island a long time. It years for the metal where she could see In the fading light Yet she attacked the task resolutely in the past on that boat,, it Indicated knowing that time would soon refill would have taken about that of the afternoon her prisoner was still and persevered sturdily for a long that he was at least an Ainerlcam and the empty dinghy and the bones would that must haveto been away, person rust for the tied. sweat beaded her fore- a Virginian. It Identified him, if her be safely burled unless some other in- woman's time until the steel clasps of the dog's collar entiresuppositions were correct, and wheth- vestigator should uncover them Modesty is a negative term. That head, her back ached, her hands, uner there was The man had assisted her In no way ly to disappear. which is Indecent exposure in a ball- used to manual toll of any kind, were Instinctively warrant for them, or not, Upon that faint memory that he and naturally eHe coo In this process, but his excitement wa3 height of convention on a almost blistered. She realized at last eluded room is the very great. While she stood looking cherished, upon that prayer that he that she was correct to give it over. sea shore. Certainly this man had no that she would have she could build the foundation Admitting all this, however, it down at the little heap ot sand which prayed,education. She had been so succoncept of such a quality. He had She wondered as she ceased her of his not noticed before when she had come labors whether the constant observa- gave her no clew from which to build a covered all that remained of this for- cessful in training him and in restrainthis out barefoot to swim to the barrier tion which the man bad subjected her history. The testimony ot the boat; lorn and forgotten visitor to of is- ing him, in influencing him and swaythat reef, and yet somehow she fancied as to would enable him to continue the was interesting, that was all. Her first land, wondering If the faler upon these silent shores ing him so far that she had abundant he stared at her approaching that this work. As an experiment she handed thought was to leave 'it wtiere it :waa, trespasser man sud- -- confidence In her ability to do so to wuld some day time he marked the difference. And a him the shovel, stepped out of the ex- but her .second thought nvas belter. denly dropped onbe hers, theas she had the end. It was quite evident that life his knees slow, fiery blush flamed ovec her from cavation she had made and pointed With the aid of the stout piece of on her first night on the woujl be easily supported under the her bare feet to her bare head, ex- toward it. He understood instantly. board which had served her for a seen him doput his hands together and "conditions in which it must be lived y tended along her bare arms. She She was surprised at- - the unusual shovel, she hammered away at the island. He on that island. She need have no stopped under the persuasion of im- quickness of his apprehension, for he stern piece until she buoke it off. She began that mumbled Jargon which she physical concern as to her material understand, but pulse to turn and go back to the cave set to work with a right good will and saw now that the boat must have Ma-ther- had not been able to In the sand for. many years, for which had seemed to her more like well being or comfort and here was 'and resume her clothing, at least so in a minute the .sand was flying, She language thanvanythlng to which he mental education and stimulus which the wood was brittle and the fastenlong as it might last But she was a noticed half in envy how much more made her for the time being' forget was surprised bewoman of strong will. She reasoned progress he maae than she could ef- ings largely destrxyed, for the stem had given Vent She the rest of the world. emotions to which she was fect What was labor for her was piece came easily, away. She laid It yond measure.,pnyet she listened with that ail the Indeed, she thought bitterly, as she every faculty the alert f possible aside for a nionvent intending to pre-sersubject were in her own bosom; that play for him, and yet after a little It with the Bible. Heaven, to comprehend what he had been say-ta- lay awake during the long watches of the man before her neither knew or space he stopped, threw down the and presently a familiar sound or the night that the rest of the world knows what Orroam of future usefulcared as to the things which vexed shovel and looked at her. two flashed into her mind that he was nothing to her and that she hated ness in the VAr of evidence establish So she went on. har. She had got in the habit of Bpeak. making use of a prayer which she it She, therefore, not only was be.She had in her hand the sailor! ing to him as i(rhe understood, so she 4lng Identity , these might be, entered. w3 herself had used in childhood; that, coming resigned to her situation but , kilfe, with the. blade opea. She ceuls pointed to the shovel again, exclaim- ner mina. impossible though was rejoicing in it She would teach Then-she' ' threw herself tlown under-th- ateurd, fantastic, sat tvu eJMctly in what mood her ing: she knew. She would prisoner might be. Indeed, she aptrees and tested. She iad left the conclusion was, he was saying the this' man all thjnk, to reflect, to rea"PickMt up and go on." her watchj her precious watbh, back, cHfcllsh petition, "Now I lay me down teach- him' to proached him with a certain terroj, Her meaning was obvious to him if son. She would teach him to talk. accounted for partly by the sltuaUon her language was sot It equally vas in the caf e i with the book. Phe did iB sJeepl" Thie Sret Impulse of the woman was Since she had a book, albeit a sorry partly by the fact that in mak evjdenjt. to her that he had no desire not dare, to carry it around Wth her. and one, she would teach hInvto read. . ing this change In her garments sne whatever, to proceed .with his task, but She, had no way pt carrying It in the to. laugh. The next impulse was to The rain fell moro softly hdw. Her .lojt. from, thin, single garment which slie wore, itake bS the palm, leaf bat and stand had, as It were,1 cut herself he was still under the constraint of. clasped hands'. eyes drooped. civilisation and brought herself ia her superior jiersonality and presently but she judged' from the helgl&t b.f"(the (With tewed head and was this marvelous miracle She slept again only to wake and some degree at least nearer Mis physi- he did as she bade him. It amused suh that ltTBiMt'be noon tiraeu 'Tey Whatthroughout the yearu which she mure once-- more. She could have made their , ra'eaf off the fruits' ot the tfcst she could not leave him her tb'reSect that to all cal level. But r Island", this" time Judcy couM so looser doubt this man had slept better had he been outside. How there all night Summoning her courso remakable as almost to make cocoahnt added, with a rich and which the man got for htM. jde&e on the island, tfiere had could he lie there In the complete and age, therefore, and with a bold front bis brain reel and "whirl, he was now steeping insensibility of slumber? H?r before him, she advanced to the tree learning the lesson of toll. If she could her at her suggestiqn in the sdgn language at' which she was becoming exThe above is the second instalment of hand fell against her breast There rope from the trunk and untied the onlyeep pSce with these great abwas the treasure trove of her exlst- -t and untied it from his neck as welt stract concepts she was putting into pert bycliHeWfig with wonderful agil our continued story. A fuw copies of ence the day before. What would tha you call or ity, ape-ll- k agility almost &e ot th ur last mcuo can be had If He stood silent unresisting through it his being by giving him some mental vat- pitiful figure she thought realization of them, so that the spirit- - tall cocoanut palma with wliJch the writo to us at once. Don't delay for tell her? She could scarcely all, a rather Island abounded. There jwer. from the 'he who hesitates i forever Jost. at first until he was freed rope held she was free. She was conscious of another, thine, too, and that was that he was Iearnlnc a sad and b'ltter lesson pf physical restraint to which he had never before been sub- to-da- y that he was to sit down, and then she went away conscious that while tha degrading halter. XR Absolutely Pure Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts s The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream Tartar ... survived the one chjfdsh habit of prayer and that the-on- e vestige of language which had remained to him was the language of petition. She did not believe in it of course. It was absurd to her. but It was none the lose wonderful. It filled her with a certain awe. It was as if some power bad maintained a hold upon the consciousness of this man In this way. ' Now I lay me down to sleep!" How long it had been since she had said that? She believed nothlnsr. she cared for nothing, but the woman hid her face- - in her hands for a moment She clenched her teeth and forced out of her mind that which at that momorit was striving for birth. She was to teach this man everything. She was to make him know life and history. She wis to bring him In touch with all the glories of and she recognized in that hour, although she did not and could not admit it, that perhaps he might teach her something as well, something that she had not known or something that she had forgotten, without the knowledge of which all her science was a vain, a foolish, a futile thing. The little prayer was ended. The man rose to his feet She took her spade and went back to the place where the bodies had lain and there began carefully to scrape away the earth, examining scrupulously every shovelful ere she threw it aside. In one place where the hand hadSain, she remembered, her labors were rewarded. She came across two rings, a diamond and a plain circlet of gold. These she placed in her tunic with the collar and continued her digging. It was "crowine late and prnwlntr dark, but she left no square inch of ground unexplored. She found noth-Tr- r . . I t. ins eise. mi ine rings Deionged to a woman evidently. Her surmise la that particular was right There were no other metal parts of her apparel left The nails in her shoes, the steel of her corset had rusted away and left i no s'sn. There was nothing remaining Dut tne two little baubles pressing against her own warm flesh So intent had she been that the sun had gone down before she ceased and upon the Island there descended that quick and sudden night of the tropics. The wind had risen, the old ocean was thundering on the barrier reef and a heavy sea breeze was shrieking through the trees. The sky on the horizon was overclouded and the clouds were rising rapidly. There would be a storm, which was developing with tropic rapidity. Quickly she retraced her steps along the sand toward the cave on the other side, the man following. They had progressed not more than half way when the storm bust upon them. Peals of thunder and flashes of lightning filled the air. It was such a display of the Titanic forces of nature as might have appalled the stoutest heart It filled the woman with a. vague terror. She noticed with satisfaction that the man was entirely unmoved by the terrific demonstrations of nature. By the flashes of lightning as they stumbled along In the otherwise total blackness she could see his face serene. In a rao-ment of apprehension she caught his hand .with her own and clung to it tightly. It was the unconscious appeal of the physical weaker to the physical stronger. Her hand the hands of her fellow creatures many times. Never before had his palm met the palm of human being, much less a woman's. She could feel that tremor run through him, but by instinct, as it were, he met her hand clasp with his own, and together they made their way to the cave. They had scarcely reached It when the rain burst upon them. The heavens were opened, the floods descended, they beat upon the sands in fury. She could not drive him out there in that flood for the night . She motioned him to come within the entrance of the cave which was sheltered from the wind and which was dry and still. She made him lie down near the entrance and then, withdrawing herself into a recess at the side," she disposed of the oars, which she had carried home on her shoulders. In front of her from walLo wall, and lashing them with tbjprop'e to her person made another feeble barrier, but which would yet give the alarm to her and waken her If it were moved. And presently she went to sleep. She was too tired even to speculate on her discoveries or to piece them together; that would be occupation for the morning. 1 had-clasp- ed til Aetata i secret of i te aa-tur- e ltit -- ft ve g, , the-othe- essons, The Man Followed Her and Swam About Her, Moving Slowly. what they might be, and finally there came into her salad recognition that they were flint and steel. When she wished, she could make a fire. She was happy for the raomeHt in the knowledge and then the uoolooinooo of the power came across her curiously. What did she want of fire? There was nothing to cook. Its warmth was unnecessary. Still she was glad to have the ancient flame kindiers and she laid them aside carefully in the box, not knowing when they might be useful, under what circumstances invaluable. At least she might regard them as apparatus which would be helpful in the curriculum through which she meant her savage pupil should pass. Then there was her watch which sheguarded as the apple of her eye. It was an American watch of the very best make, and although it had gone with hTr through the waters such was the workmanship of the case that k had taken no harm. It was ticking away bravely, marking time. She thought that for her time bad stopped, and yet she was glad, indeed, for the almost human sound it made when she laid It fovingly against her cheek. There were the hairpins, also, for which she was most grateful. They enabled her to keep her hair In order. She- - had a wealth of glorious hair, black as the naidnlgh? sky. With the aid of the mirror and of the comb, which also was a priceless treasure, she arranged It earefully according to the mode which best became her. Sometimes when she had finished her ,tollet she shot a glance at the watchful man, a human, natural instinctive glance, but she was able to detect no change in his mental attitude, which was that of such complete and entire adoration, mingled with timidity and hesitation, that no transient ehange apparently was able to modify It He looked upon her as he might bare looked upon a god. she thought, had he known what a god was and had there bep such a thing to look at There was also the pair of scissors, together with the little housewife with needlesand thread. Mirror, hairpins, scissors, sewing materials, comb woman's gear and the Bible, a woman's book, she refloated with a certain bitterness, unconscious of the truth of her thought a book for qhll-drcold women, and women-lemen! Well, that philosophy upoii which she prided herself must come to - her assistance now and she could not afford to disdain the volume whieh was all that the world of many books offered to her for her purpose, because she did not believe in it The truth was In her and she could tell him what it was despite the assertion ot the printed pages. In the leather bag there was absolutely nothing except broken glass and patched bottle tops of silver and the bas Itself was ruined. She separated the plebes of "metal and the iietal flttingsrof the bag., which were also of silver, and filling the rotting leather with sand she presently sank It in the lagoon. Last of all she examined what she had brought from the other shore ot the island tne nigbt before. The silver was tarnished, but by rubbing it in the sand she soon brightened it It was heavily engraved and she Jiad no difficulty In making out the words: "John Revell Charnock His Dog." After that was a date "July 22, 1875." John Revell Charnock; then would bo 21 years old, assuming that! this was he and that the dog had, been given him when he was born. It was more probable, however! that "he was from three to five years old before he becamethe owner of a dog, which would make him about 23. The man before her looked yeunger to her scrutiny than that Gare and' trouble had passed' him Sr. ' WHh nothing to vex him he might have been any age. He wonld probably look Just as he was for 20 years- - or more. Still fancifully adjusting ex ternal relations to (sternal relations, wUeh, after all, at$ was n. d i Cause Forr Alarm Loss of Appetite or Distress After Eating a Symptom That Should not Be Disregarded. e fer Appetite is just a wv'ural Less of appetite or etemaoh after eating fedloale mdigestfeu g is jx haMt or dyspepsia very "dangerous to a Rersea's gocd S- neral health. It is not what you eat but what you digest and assimilate that don yon good. Some of the streagest heaviest, and heaHhisst persons are moderate eaters. There u nothing that will cause moie trouble than a disordered stemaeh, aad many people daily contract seripUs maladies simply through dfotegard'er aba e of the stomach. We urge all in Richmond who suffer from any stomaoh derangement or djspepsia, whether acute or chronic, to try Rexall Dyspepsia Table fa, with the distinct understanding that we will relund their money without question or formality, if after reasonable use ot this medicine, they are not perfectly satisfied with the results. We recommend them to oiir cust- - mers every day, and have yet io hear of any one who has not been benefited by them. We honestly believe them to be without equal. Theygiye rery prompt, relief, aiding to neutralize the pastric juices, strengthen the digestive organs, to regulate the bowe's, and thus to promote perfect nutrition, and eradicatcall unhealthy symptoms. We urge you to try a 25c. box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives 15 days treatment At the end of that time, yourmoney will be returned to you if you are not satisfied. Of course, in chronic cases length of treatment varies. For such cases, we have two larcer sizes, which. sell for 20c, and $1.00. Remember, you can' obtain Rexall !&amedies In.thIsreomiauty only at our- - store x ne xiexaiirfatore. n u. Perry's Drugi'Store.'s '"- -''de-Ir- food. ss Over-eatiw- mdl-gestio- n, , ' "Not-A- Editor. Te Ew Cent the :marS?ha, the less meree; got; the less, h he,igeaC-th- e leeiHlhe's deadrrte dealt knew where he west; bat if his soul to heaves is sear" he'll own Hw harp aatf charge ei A newspaper. In speaking of" a deceas as oW ed citizen, said: "Weaewlm rent relli Read the contidued story. i Bi$ Reductions in Every Department This sale lasts two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash. Look for the Price Tags green lags that tell about the reduced price. ELDER 'S GREAT Carpets, Oil Cloth ancf Mattings Druing the Green Ta? Sale we will give : j somo of the best bargains you have ever s'e n in this class of goods. Every piece of gccs is matked down for quick selling, GREENTAG&MILLEND II To Our Many Friends Country Rich- mond and Surrounding November 11th, and continuing to Saturda-- , November 2otb, we propose to have our annual sale. This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest mercantile event of the year. Our stock was never so large or more varied than it is this year. Our entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, 5hoes," Mill- liiBIBiagajgl i m ELDER'S " WffiTTmnT rinf rT.w.. . lilHniffl an Miii.il Miiiiiniiti mi ihui niiiiisi nrniin rn In 11 : "In every department. This sale lasts two weeks only. . Showing & the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash November I Ith to November 25th hr rr tt- --' jjt9j . r , inery, Ladies' Coats, Blankets, J! ' 5tore will be closed Friday, November 0th, to 1 make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain 5ale 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 price and marked in plain figures. In this annual event our store will be entirety 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 you every attention. Don't forget that in a case of this kind the best bargains sometimes go first, so be on hand early the first day and take advantage of some of the ripest plums. Dress Goods i M This is going to be the biggest oppor tunity of a life time. In many cases This sale will be the' biggest event ever pulled off in this city Ladies', Misses' and Children's COATS This will be the greatest coat sale ever held in the city of Richmond and will prove conclusively our underselling powers. Coats for ladies', misses' and children, the most attractive stj'les ever shown in Rictjmond, nothing but the finest and most popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest detail. Look around first and theu compare our prices with those of others. You will appreciate the values all the more. $18.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 We will place on sale at our store our entire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. This gigantic stock of goods embraces choice merchandise of the highest quality, representing an enormous line of staple dry gsods, as well as the new novelties, now ffreatlv in demand. iEverything goes at reduced prices during this Mill End and Green Tag Sale. The real loud noise of x all big sales. The Sale That Draws the People for miles around. Read word item Ladies' Tailored Dress 5kirts $14.08 9.98 7.48 4.98 fS.GO ttsfrt. every " in this advertisement---stud- y every Blankets and Comforts Durin? 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 large line to select from $ .7ao Blankets 3 .49 $7.50 Blankets $4.93 1.50 Blankets 08 1.25 Comforts 03 2.00 Blankets 1.48 1.75, $2 Comforts.. 1.24 5.00 Blankets 3.48 2.75. $3 Comforts.. 1.08 '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 ........ In the ntvv weaves and nicely tailored, excellent quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and smoke colors Panama Skirts . During this sale . $7.00, $3.00 and $10.00 Yoille skirts, now qo Jp.O I 85.93 Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices aKcO!l P4tu a Kc 3631 striking sun- - r Look for the Little Green Tags They Mean Bargains Bed Spread and Sheets All Reduced Petticoats o in o B All Styles and all Sizes in R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets All 2.00 R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets .... 1 .48 All 1.50 " " ....1.24 " All 1.00 ", 89 All of these qualities are guaranteed. If for any reason these corsets fail to give satisfaction we will give you a new corset. rt rt- - C o 2. n 2 S 1 Ladios'black Sateen Petticoats made with deep flounce and ruffles with hemstitching on flounce, bought --1 A especially for this sale, reg. $1.25 values, now Ladios' fine Mercerized Sateen Pecticoats, deep flounce and rufllles, would be cheap at $1.50 Sale price OC Ladies' Black Mercerized Fine Sateen A flj f Petticoats, our regular price $. Sale price Five Dollar Black Silk Petticoats. a ; Sale price qq ' 4' 0f 4O.Z4 LACE CURTAINS Every housekeeper likes to have her windows look neat and .tractive. This you can do with fine Lace Cur Vo are going to give you the biggest tains. bargains you haye ever seen- Curtains worth 75c pair 39c Curtains worth $1 pair 59c Curtains worth $2 pair 9Sc TOILET SOAPS T box (3 cakes) witch hazel with buttermilk worth 25c, our price per box 1 -- j Look For The Green Tags " 2 ' pbb m S TOWELING 3 -- Ml llll Five Huck Towels. 18 x 30, white with red borders; nover sold under 15c. Go at Sc We offer over a thousand pairs of sample shoes for ladies' and ehildrens. While you hear of the advance in the price of leather on every side, we offer the best line of footwear in the country at prices that would make it appear that there had been a slump in the' leather market. Of course we are not able to sell subsequent purchases at these prices, but while they last they gojis follows: One table full of Ladies' Shoes. Sllsn smU so nn minn (stock is somewhat broken, but if you can una your size you pay Shoes - AQ WEST MAIN 5000 Yards of Mill Ends Remnants in Calico 3 2 cents per yard. v Yards Gingham and 3 yards lengths usually selli for 7 2 to loo yard, can help your self at. 1000 2 1-- 2 1-, Itegular price 10c per yard. treea Tag Sale price per yard 350 Yards Chevoit Shirtings MilFEnd and 1 (assorted). Kc RICHMOND, KY Green Tag Clothing Sale . Nice L 3 ' Lmmmm'm$' -- : V - - You, no doubt, have attended s.ales 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 TailorecJvSuits and Overcoats that will be thrown upon the market in this sale. We challenge competition in any part of Ken tjt tucky .pn the valises. We show everything new- - fashionable styles and exclusive fashions t clean, honest Winter Suits and Overcoats to "be sold in two weeks PL 4 Jffi I 6i Special Suits For Men at 112.48 "WeTare This sale is going to mence. com- Tell your friends This Is the greatest sale , wo have ever conducted. Every article in our immense stock is marked down to make a quick sale v ' 'going' to make a very novel proposition, and if we did hot have Confidence in these-Suitwe could not afford 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 prove to your entire satisfaction that we can save . itfj "" 5) you just $5.52. Remember that at this price we have all. that is new in styles, weaves,, patterns and can fur- I jg . . nish any color that you want at Green Tag price . rain-proof and snowpjpof jOvercoat is the latest work inutility, practicability and styling. It is your coat, The. wind-prooif you want it, at a price that will mrke you say "yes" when you see the Tag Price Every Suit shown by us 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 inter-liningWe are going to sell them at such.prices that you can certainly afford to buy two suits s to'-suggeP-L.f'f,-cO f, . s. - ' 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 V All $7.50 values All $10.00 values All $12.50 values. sale price $4.98 sale price $7.98 sale price $9.98 sale price $12.48 All $i5.00 values. All $18 and $20 values sale price $14.9S All others reduced in proportion i v i WE SELHi FOR CASH ONLY Boys' Suits K Men's IP" J 3c 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 meres and fancy neat patterns. We are going to put them at prices that will insure a speedy clearance All our and $1.50 values All our 2.00 values AH our 2.50 values All our 4.00 values' All our 5.00 values $1 .25 Every mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a little bet ter than some one's else boj Her t.wish can. be gratified if she will come to this "sale.: These suits are built to give the best wear, aucU ' .are made of selected materials.. , s. . and Raincoats We will surprise you in the bargains we offer in Overcoats. Every Over- Men's PantsPant --- Boys $12.50 Suits Boys 10.00 Suits Boys 7.50 Suits Boys 5.00 Suits Boyf Boys Boys for for for for . 11.50 Suits for 2.50 Suits for 2.00 Suits for , ; J 7 ' .-- .. . . S9.03 7.4S 5.93 3.93 2.4S v5-"1.93 1.4S" - - '- - as we offer our regular stock of French Worsteds, Cash- 1 sale price.? .98 coat is remarkably cheap at the price" we usually ask for them, but our termination is to reduce this stock iu the shortest possible time, and therefore name prices that will make them go. Seeing is belieying don't miss the bargains now $ 4.9S $f7. 50 Overcoats Qg .now 10.00 Overcoats 9.98 now 12.50 Overcoats 12748 15.00 and $17 Overcoats 14.98 ,20.00 Overcoats now. 25.00 Overcoats .now 19.98 I i L J&r 1 '""gg) ouAmno - I 1. I I - ..sale price. 1.29 . ' . sale price 1.74 t. ...sale price 2.98 sale price 3.48 Begins Saturday, November 11th Ends Saturday, November 25th Men's Shirts rfTewuTall Furnishings -. ?ale P"ce Hats worth $1.25 and $2.00 sale price 50c to G5e Odd sine Hats worth from sale price 75c Men's Outing Night Shirts sale price 81 .00 Men's Outing Night Shir ts . , sale jrice , $1.25 Men's Outing Night Shirts thing for winter wear, values Splendid Hue of Negligee Shirts, just the ,.. sale price up to 75c al In Neckwear we carry all the most stylish things. very popular. JCDhis line is complete an,d worthy ' the naw things .-- Shirts, 50 xvdlues !$1.25 new fall Emperor Shirts 98c 25c 48c 79c 98c 45c and 75c sale price 45c sale price 93c - x Boys' Overcoats . 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 ' 4 - Four-in-hand- s, of vour attentions .,. 'sale-pric- e 10, 15-an- d 19a - Take Advantage of This Great Sale ELDER'S GREAT We bought 50. Boys' Overcoats, sizes' ranging from 4 to 8 years. These- are sample' coats and are actually worth up to $5.. VTe will let- - j'ou take your choice during this-sal- e at the low price of - 39c a I to .er to . $1.98 1 . " " 'a - - . Mill r sr. .. . j 2 Green Store wilf be Closed All Day End and V (an 'ars O. ii .'. j - IIIIIB "id iDon't-Fai- l fo Attend this- . Friday November e Great Stock :9 J 0th; Preparations and Mark" Down - Men's Clothing Riht of the season, when everybody is thinking of buyirgva. new suit, we are.goin to malce quiclc ofsour Clothing, as ye expect-t- o do' two mohflis' business in two. weeks- :,. : J: in the beginniji . - L Reducing Sale it Means a Great Cash" .Saving to Better Come r Prices for Great Bargain Event Early Ojoiiiej Ham 1 RICHMOND i -- j.. i; !5- -,; ' V Ff RFR Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade. ear KENTUCKY SmJJ Print GREAT R EDUCTION SALE SALE BEGINS Saturday, cost or value not considered. PSJoVeiXlbeP 18, gigantic values Inmiany. instances One Dollar will buy.ias -- LASTS 1 5 DAYS Thousands of Dollars Worth of Merchandise Will Be Sold at Tremendously Low Prices. Everything must go Tremendous bargains muchasTwo bona-fid- Dollars- under ordinary circumstances. . Experience has proven that the only .way to effect a quick Clearing is to make startling reductions and every advertised article a e bargain. Come Early and Get CREAM of Stock. Inn o 9 Contractor and t Ann 14 1 Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chances are The fanner brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at home No doubt will be brought here, too. We are headquarters for , R. Emmett Million Successor to iiurgin & Denny Oyer State Bank & Trust Company ENTIST 2S6 . II TKUiPHONB 5 Free If It Fails Your Money Back If You Are ' a iNot satisfied With tne Medicine We Recommend. Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION i 9 9 ASHAMED OF HER FACE Quality Groceries Await You Here GhoiceJPork VE Shop in Rear oi McKee Building 7 Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Certifi-IfUUIlj- milDCFC Preparatory. State cate. Life Diploma, County Certificate, Review, Special NEXT SESSION TUITION BEGINS NOV. TO ' 20 "I tras ashamed of my face," writes Miss Plckard of North Carolina- - "It was all full of pimples and scars, taut D. after using D. say D. Prescription for Eczema I can Uiat now there is no sign of that Eczema, and that was three years ago." This is but one of thousands of cases in which D. D. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble. D. D. D. cleanses the skin of the perms of Psoriasis and other serious skin Second-s- t diseases; stops the itch instantly, and Telephone 39 when used with D. D. D. aoan the cures seem to be permanent. Nothing like 11. u. u. lor tne complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to prove the merit of this wonaerru' rem' h v. We can also give you a full size ORRINE a trial. You have nothing to hnttle for 11.00 on our absolute jruar- antee that if this very first bottle falls r?., fd everything to gain, for your money mil be returned, if fter a trial, you fail you notr to give you relief ;t will cost to get results from ORRIKE. This offe int. ." vuci ui LllDfiC Wild STOCKTON & SON "cess an opportanltr to trr the very simpla ... treatment n Ka w .l.B OWM WItUOUt. W W. Broaddus &Co.. ' ve excellent at a small price. facilities for storage. Bring in your wheat, tt P pill I '"'"r " P"fuer; UKUN Ko. 2, in form, Broaddus. Sanitary Meat t. o. Ec-ze- Hoi to Stop Drinking v 1 f 1 2-- FREE APPOINTEES ASK ABOUT IT. Ky. J. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE T. FERRIELL Real Estate Aent Oldham Building lor those who desire to rolnntary treatment. CosU only fl.OO a tiio box. Come in and talk pier the ms-- r Jrith us. Ask for booklet. PEIIRY'S DRUG STORE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Warning to Hunters Posted. Ricfimond, Ky All hunters are hereby notified that I will nrosecute them to the ifnnt nf the law for tresnassiflf nr h llntinf nn mv Harm from date of this notice. Silas Baxter. 4 Brdokstown, ICy., November 1, 1911.3t New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stoutfcr nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made Oer to order rrade at heme by cxpcriencd.-Tcilcis- . 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressingby -- c expense should it fail to produce sativ factory results. It is worse than useless to attempt Free, Norwood, to cure constmation with cathariir. drups. Laxatives or cathartics do much low prices harm, l hey cause a reaction, irritate, and Sveaken the Lowefc? and tend to make constinatfnn mnra phrnnic if desired--:you- r is sides, their use becomes a habit that- - Is dangerous. .. oil Constinution is caused hv n. wpaVnots of the nerves and muscles of the lare'e intestlnn nr flpKronrliniv bUIVIII rPs ov.Mnn AW OAw...... pect permanent relief you must therefore ihne up and strengthen th'eso organs and restore thorn to health .or activiu. y e want you Rexalt Orderlies on our rprnmmnilntinn Tlinu ' oV exceedingly pleasant to Make, beinr eaten like candy, and are ideal fori children, dolicato ptrsons, and olu III I folks, as well as fnr rim rnhmt - Thov A Mail Carrier's Load. A Remedy That Will 1 &Ct direotinn tflA nfrtA nnii miicMac Seems heavier when he has a weak of the bowels. They apparently have I ure kin And 5calp II a neutral action on .other associato back and Kidney trouble. Fred Uueh-reII Mail Carrier at Atchison, Kas., organs or glands. They do not purge. Affection. Cause GXCRSsfvA lnnrnoc nnr nwaain says: "I have beon bothered with any inconvejiience- whatever. They may kidney and bladder trouble, and had be taken at any time, day or nignt. severe pain across my And IVe Can Prove If. back. Whenever Thev Will DOSilivelv reltnvn chrnnln nr I carried a heavy load'of mail, my kid- - The Perry's Drug Store says to every habitual constipation. If not of surgical ney trouble increased.' Somo time ago, oo h man,?woman or child who varietyand the myriads of associate I started taking Foleys kidney Pills c'.tTen,(Ier' 5n"aned, itchor dejgeSdent chronic nilmen s,--if taken sence taking them 1 have gotten and ing or SCALP, you'need not sufenwitWrcffularitv Tor n. tirely rid of all my kidney rouble and fer another day. "We have a refined of timer 12 tablets, 10 cents! 30 tablets. I am as sound now as ever." Foley skin preparation that acts Instantly and 25 cents; 80 tablots, 50 cents. Sold Kidney Pills aro tonic in action and will bring you swift and sure results." in Richmond only at our store The b'jick in rrviiilts TVv ihom EV. i One warm h.uli ...... 7pin 14 TT Arfuaxv OUAr Rexall Slnre A. T. A . J " li..iirCi,.n . qy Stockton & Son. 'J Porrv . Uf) " U. and one application of ZEM.0 and you "j . Will P.Ot SUtffir nnnlho. mumoufc una you 'will soon see a cure"w sicht. in auu cjiu buai are proven cures for every form af skin or scalp af-. They are sold by one leadin ,ZlS ByagWciy or town in Perry's Drug Stare. We are so positive that our remedy, will permanently relieve constipation, iiu uiuner now enronio 11 may De, mat we oner 10 iurnisn tne medicine at our The . Standard, machines at very Easy payments Sewing Machines Paragon, Cleveland, Arrow and other good : : ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR credit $ood. We are also headquarters for supplies- --. needlesbobbms, shuttles, belts, and all repairs for your sewing machine :::::: R'. J The . ttl r A A pl5.UU UO W. nereis HfOhlMQ ibm to-t- ry nDDHOTTin T- n, WANTED Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. ISCORPOBATED. Pon 5S-ri?"- A. " " . .u U SUCCESSOR Commissioner's Z. Hirxic-N- , VI? Sale. . r Wants lo sell your tobacco. We have puo m additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter vnur'PnW,. TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Plaintiff. Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter . I pus juauEttuad e qof AJOJ3BJSIJES Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced JP"ce- - sajnjxti paajuEjEna (JaBpiro 3uj rAjpads 'sjiEjap jjnj ipiM. ajcuiiisa imhum E nO 3Al3 Sn IS! SlnM SmmnnM mnl ,., ii ; u: ssqirenb asaqj Sumrejqo jo uiejjsd aq ojl 'H3M SE sjnu; rjA ipjiiM the above styled action,the Master Commissioner of said Felix Clark, Etc., Defendants. Under nrA vi.i... oer Term nf Mi;0 r: STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. w. -- MOT US uiv-uuuac TRIAL, r-1 conr?Wl 11 IB PHONE 251. rriday, December at 10 o'clock A to the highest and best bidder M. on 11 UI rarmers Tobarrn W.ML, ' Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET CTA;-r OAtPEfllB ' r t sq pus sired uappiq qj se paoarjsuoo Xpjes se JsnPaq jsnui avsia uj 2uiquiflid sqj puy AoESS333U the premises selr at Public louoiii g described landtjr ill uiiii l i h rt i n win mnri ii ot 81513. 00 and costs of suit. i I I RICHMOND. "KENTUCKY- - I Two Certain Tracts or parcels of land on the waters of Silver Ky- - senera1 , Tract Xrt. J. fnntnlntr,r ir 15 polrs said land lvintr'nn tiiA . Silver Creekvand adjoining the tarct of Qjo rsn &y, imi x.i ocvmru anarr ing the same landcoaveyed to Felix J. 4? B. ST0UFFER. 222 West Main Street. V sq J3A3U rjtAi 39UEiCouuc ptiE saEarep'juanbssuo? pus SJtEdsj jEtfj pajDnjjsuoo jjaM os si dn psjsAoa sq isnui qonjAt jom rrc jtqj suesui jf Sed mwTm'' 40-ac- re . -- uiqiunyj poor) sqoq - - 3r Sit - .... Dec. 31, 1000 recordeJ'in Deed Book 02. on'Daco 4131. to wh!M. u by made. .fo, . ' Tract' Xol"!? ""-- aBarnis aIa5id Millar niJ,I Pgfttto Cri1?M?:ai1 land wiIlla sokl on a land, and is not to be less soia or this sold. There fa excluded from ther above boundary to execute .an S?PCaserblmffrefluire Commisskmer old cravflvsirrl n fo i'0'0 ,0ho "Huro mis Chirk with same land conveyed to Felix by James Turner ,KeSl,.from date o' e by hed Sft nlw ed Feb. 8. 1907, recorded rSlmrnh,MIenre,ained'' "re th County Clark', nm, fTiQ a?lsn the purchase money. which reFereTce ? . U. C. Rice, M. C.M.C.C. ailing 20 acres more or less inc ludn the house of Jefferson Embry, Tnerehas mond -- uriuSB anai aajoins the lands of 15 acres urjl.inct th Woberley. Davi, &c . con! V 13 ... Ut8 mi,os from K,cl t 3 ....nu ,h.: nriSSSS 1 There is a splendid residence and al, uncertainty lh.a 1ele"on is over and th of ,uc:M Je settle uowa to t Iksiness Z! t. thro.i t - ,1 X - THERE SHALL BE ONE FOLD AND ONE SHEPHERD."-CHRI-ST IN JOHN 10-1- 6 My Dear Sir: 1th Chapter of Romans St. Paul says: to Israel until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in". 1 In the "Blindness in part is happened th Chapter of Romans St. Paul tells us that the partly blinded Jews who were "broken off" from the "good olive tree" because of their unbelief, shall be "grafted back" into that tree, "if they abide not still in unbelief". In this 11 And I think, if we enable these Jews to see that the Bible teaches that Christ was Jehovah manifested in the form of a man, they will believe that Christ was their King, and be grafted back into the good olive tree; for as St. Paul teaches in this 1 1 th Chapter of Romans: "God is able to graft them in again". So, in one of the enclosed articles, I have'shown that the Bible teaches that Christ . was Jehovah manifested in the form of a man in the time of the' Apostles; just as we are told in the 1 th Chapter of Genesis that he appeared unto Abraham and Sarah on the plains of Mamre, in the form of a man. 1 Finally St. Paul teaches that the grafting of the partly blinded Jews back into the good olive tree will result in great benefit to the world, when he says in this 1 1th Chapter of Romans: "If the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead." In view of the above mentioned facts, I hope you will read the enclosed articles the order in which they are numbered, and then have them published in some newsin paper along with this letter. Most respectfully yours, . Richmond, Kentucky. "THERE SHALL BE ONE FOLD AND ONE SHEPHERD My Dear Sir: -- CHRIST IN JOHN 10-1- 6 Ith Chapter of Romans St. Paul says: "Blindness in part is hapDened to Israel until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in". In this 11th Chapter of Romans St. Paul tells us that the partly blinded Jews who were broken off" from the "good olive tree" because of their unbelief, shall be grafted back into that tree, "if they abide not still in unbelief". And I think, if we enable these Jews to see that the Bible teaches that Christ was Jehovah manifested in the form of a man, they will believe that Christ was their King and be grafted back into the good olive tree; for as St. Paul teaches in this 1 th Chapter of Romans: "God is able to graft them in again". So, in one of the enclosed articles, I have shown that the Bible teaches that Christ was Jehovah manifested in the form of a man in the time of the Apostles; just as we th Chapter of Genesis that he appeared unto Abraham and Sarah are told m the on the plains of Mamre, m the form of a man. Finally St. Paul teaches that the grafting of the partly blinded Jews back into the good olive tree will result m great benefit to the world, when he says in this 1 1th Chapter of Romans "If the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead." 1 1 1 1 In the In view of the above mentioned facts, I hope you will read the enclosed articles m the order m which they are numbered, and then have them published in some newspaper along with this letter. m Richmond, Kentucky. . MSt reSpeClMly yours' lien , Yoia Alil something (lack year that will make your is difficult for most ll, iDr' more oomforuilQ.i1E.ip of house ;f urnisliings , ,f us to buy large Quantities ' ne time ,,u will be surprJseaVthoughj how rapidly ,,,,mo becomes attvactivewith 'new things, f low this plan of adding something, new Smost remarkable collection OF H I 1 1 if you every 'Ung. Try It A ! Up-to-Date Splendid Stock of New ... . EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND We set out determined to outdo all former efforts in the Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Overcoat line. We bought larger stocks and more varied assort- BEfi NETT and UN D HIGGINS G pi only the strongest values; and the result is a collection of Overcoats far and ments; we searched the entire market and selected away superior to any ever shown in Richmond. tuZ 0rn contains Overcoats of every kind Conservative coats with velvet collars or with plain convertible collars; long coats and medium coats and cloth collars; coats with the new Presto and other yourself you must see this collection before short coatsin all weights and styles and kinds. In justice to you make your selection. Read on ER AKIN Ordinance. For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece of flanel with Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the seat i v i he Board of Coun- of pain. There Uiehmond. Ky.. that the sale by Stockton is nothing better. For & Son. ,;rt holders be awl same '.r.lp'red to construct and The census of the negro population In reie pavement, curb and Kentucky shows it nas decreased 23,050 of and abuttine upon The negro located on north side since the census of 1900. T le Presbyterian Cteureh. population in 1910 was 201,650. t shall be live feeiwtte and Tho now business buildings being i.l! length of said property n.nsiructed aooerding to erected on Main street by Mr. B. J. Clay-ar,erein before adopted by boing pushed to a rapid completion Suul curb and patter shall pavement and will pot only prove a valued addi length of said constructed according to tion but an ornament to tho city. ns UTfcin before adapted by : and roomy all over, w' vmir chance.andCut fulland brown effects, full length and Unusual values gray weight. Neat tan If you want a good looking serviceable coat Overcoats at $8.00 to $1 0.00 at $8.50 and $10.00. Overcoats at $1 2.50 to $1 5.00 a small pricet at $8.00, Raincoats and A great range to select fiom at these prices. regular Overcoats; blacks, rich browns, ahd grays, in a wealth of Unmatchable values at these beautiful, patterns and styles. prices. Some bear the Kentoa label, the surest and safest guide to clothing satisfaction. e -- . Possiblv the largest and most enthusi par astic demonstration in the way of a in Richmond, grett-o- ,t ade ever witnessed nnvfirnnr-ele'c- t James B. McCreary home from Louisville, upon his arrival years ago, when Thirty-siThursday. governor tno nrsi umu, ho was elected ho was met and given a cordial reception to his home town, but on this occasion lortynr TTlftnV titnCS. ailU i " IIIU urunu " ow Lost Overcoat LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. PlNNELL-McMULLEN was even greater man one tho welcomo On lust Counlv Court day some to victorj, when ho led his par aaaaw took from the office of Duncan & Son s thirty-si- x Many wore in at YARDS, ago. years KANSAS CITY STOCK livnrv stable a eood overcoat and leit tendance who greeted lum upon ms x an? was in its nlace an indifferent one. election and a singular coincidence took tho coat probably did it by that he rodo in tho same carnage wnici. who O. P. Jackson. mistake. lie is supposed to be Known was used when formerly governor. follows: . 1 A Quotes prices of stock and feeding catUe as The abovo is a splendid likeness or is tsked to return me coat aim s" and Tn the absence of County Chairman $5.60 $0.50 one of tho most popular officials and tho one he left. .owl .o choice TeC cnYA nnd urjon his request Mr. J. atrs. 1160 to 1200 lbs 5 25 4.80 " inline toatp ;nnT,t j - men of the county, S6 to 1000 lbs -- khI to choice stock stoats, and camcu 5.70 4.75 Mav Practice Law In Louis H. Kennedy undertook tho entnnsiasuc being, as everyone knows, tho efficient . ) to choice yearling atoets successful termination 0.00 5.00 County Atto'rnoy of Old Madison. When old ville. . .uud to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 months demonstration which our citizens gae Mr. Jackson appealed to the votors for 5.C5 4.09 r ., to choice lieifer oalvas. 7 to 10 months old . . 5.00 It is stated that Judge O'Rear will tho hero of the Democratic party. 3.50 thoir suffrago in his first race for public ,.kkHo choice land 2 yew oW heifers -- o; from his official bench and Senator McCreary was greatly 4.00 3.50 office, he pledged his word and honor to oW t ...uU to choice stock cows.S to 5 years when ho emerged from tho train and i tit. i ; f- nrar.tice law in Louisville. It is stated Vtn mam! unlift. v 1611. . of Judge O'Rear that ho has found his friends and admirers present vls ( ,tv. Mo., November by friends ...w .tpvnlonment and UL liiiV V1V11.V1W to greet him upon this triumphant re betterment of tho county's interest in written his last opinion in me turn from one of tho most splendid vic every way possible. Tho people believcourt. tories ever won by tho Democratic party ed him and had faith in his honor and Chickens! Chickens!! in Kentucky. Ho was laKen unaware, they elected him to the ! Barred Plymouth naviuguu intimation of tho gathering integrity, and We have a fewmore mm inu, M,Hnnh,.m.lll amonel -- ATTfonV Cockerels and Pullets lor saie that had assembled to escort tho faith. Ho the county Now is the time to get your Pullets for tho city, uunareu has kept every promise, and fumlled winter eEKS. Our Pullets begin to lay from the normal anu wmwcu devolving up- -' citizens, every obligation and trust SfchooL together with teachers, great at five months old. Wo have Thorn; tho on him with honor to himself and of every class and every age, from fllll- - credit to tho county. son strain. He has been in- t fn r. tie In thf .t. A. D. and C. D. milleu, M uicnmouu, 22-t- f and knows neither friend nor foe bines, havo passed and touched their looks dischargo of his duties. lie is a Fox Hunters At Crab Orchard with biting frosts, leaving thereon the in tho official, a plain man of tho peoworthy white, in testimonial Among those of Richmond, who are marks of cray and ple, by the people, and for tho people. rv.-that have nassed. All were TTnnt at Crab i j uw j j w Ho is deeply interested in every ming in aiienuam;u . Misses Marion thnrh to welcome homo this distinguish . .. . .t,SnMnr that portends to the advancement of Urcuaruiuw -- T,, I Madison county. Today ho stands on ed son 01 ?mm Burnam. Jane D. StocKtou, naS SKam uotu Tannin I'ArKBS.. tir... wv....... his past record before the poople of the IlillW. for " ., oDDortunities offered in this oi,n,,i Mnasers Nealo Bennett and I uucuuu.n .. . r,in.lftst r ,.v. f Norma! county as a candidate for wue "l iu km( near son, James Tribblo, . Joo ueauieraB". rresiuenv vwu., 'ITIIUIthelUVUttut! I County Attorney. subject to the action , . Qppiirinsr a uuc nrocnnl Orl lit! section iin.niaio 3 c- -. f.r. fo,.nnii,Bmumii of the Democratic party, and solicits Zl , i?,T -nll bft o rriven on Satur- - John influence of every man the thriving city ot w h.T Saturday. VZ: - JLuv-li- ,, uu . . . u in tho dissemination of duv, November 25th, when the oeauutut .1 ;,.n uwuR.n1 nf twitntv nieces. follOWOU I ,awt urucl auu jujuuu. T.i.:,.n to . timmissioncr I r, ... ..- -j n"""'v .,at TTrmS nlace. on the ParispiKe, next noback, head- - Shoes from 10c. to $1.50 on the sale m by W Winchester, will be offered at public Rico & Arnold. counter. ' ed by Messors j. u. Vialuable tract ot tmh ha nffared & I Deatherage. Born Following ineso were u tracts. .t,o Host homes in Madison ReadIL Tlien Members . . .t. nno of tho best number of other men on horses tim To tho wife of M. M. Holcomb, who Governor read It is a came the carriage containing and Judge Xr. It is worth your.whilo to in this White cil Hold resides on Speedwell pike, November issue nihenn's advertisement aBd about 52 aeres ot wo do McCreary. Hon W. B. Smith 3rd, a girl, Cynthia Holcomb. Members of tho City Council held eousist of the improvement After this came of tho Climax. Shackelford. . forest caucus Saturday night to solect city many handsome notaouoi uui, bv all B rniinna . level land vith ' On Mnndav. Xov. 13th. a boy was officials for the next two years, beginNot Sold. tho ctufinntt. nnd school children of the iag is a maRnifioent brick struelore mth the hnm tn tha wife of Grover Current. Mr. Those select at ning January 1. lumned the rence. inwn. The nrocesston stopped for a few . The Bricht lot on Breck Ave O0) large meeting will bo elected at tho regular f!nrrnt is a resident of a farm on Lan - minutes in front of tho Court House offercd for sale at public auction yester . jwinmumd podstory se December. The fol caster pike. from Gov- - day and resuUed in no sale, asbidders council meeting in hah, piped for gas or acetylene, two of the crip, Gcorgo Berry.of long enough for a short talk lowing well known citizens were select r uioi by were fow. The inclement weatuer pre ,, riftfre house, poultry nuusc, ;01V routo to his home I ernor McCreary, who was introduced n T,S T . ed to servo ia their respective positions J.i LiCAlUh"! while en hO'irlt I 'I 111 ML To tho wife of Mr. Whit Moody, of purchasers being present. a lew jndgo tatiaciceiiora an automobile ..V : aad in fact every convenience City Clerk, Ed Blanton; Collector, L. T. Klncston. a bright, beaming boy was situated l from Richmond inexperience. The ma Aecomnanvinsr Governor Mcrearj vented a mnPHfiiLUCUi ' rfavs aco. had an Wilson; Treasurer, John Vi. Crooko; born, last Sunday. A Sad Death. home must be seen 10 ue r.ii .; over an from Louisville, were Mr. and Mnu n on and certainly ;s in LUC I cmne5iuui!uvu".v r of Assessor, Thomas J. Berry; Keepers of Miss Katharine Laudeman, one in the very heart of the Bluegrass fence' into a Thomas J. Smith. Mr..Smith has given Wm. Maupin and popula ladies, was Firo Department, m.re?L-.?Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hi Is are -; world th orxunanU or his entire time and attention, to the can- Lexington's most : irar den snot of the was Houston Stone; Street Commissioner, McCreary and ht stricken with typhoid fever. She congratulations of friends over the machine. As the machine didacy of . Senator Dykes tho hospital and while Ballard Million; Policemen. Josse arrival of a son on Sunday morning. win up n the air George was heard to rendered valiant service to the entire taken to St. Joseph's the nurse was consulting with, tho pbysi and Claude Devore. J iitta ma n CniL TrdCB LU II SLaLa LlUtVtsb UUllUrt vuii''oi say, U, t uaHu;.fc , nn.tra tntA in thelfnn th vminc ladvtn an unconscious lecture tickets for tho course i. ' " -- ... " ; V" light." -J- essamlnexiews. ma floor at Season i nnnniLion. uuiwcu .ivut ., the Normol may bo had at Perry's or tuu luiot can nf tita Tart v air. suiiLii &-the effects that is level and will raise anyuumK Middeit0ns-B Walker Bales Makes Big Purchase made many friends who aro outspoken 0f the buildlng.from regarded ono of Lex-- Lumbers. '"' two dollars for the six -- Qu!o wishes to see this splendid she died. Sho was la their earth in this latitude. f ram or 1.30 p. U1 ington's most accomplisuea maies. gentleman somo day enter politics Baptist Association. The sale will take place promptly btreec, next door to messenger nas w account njs own ... The Danville e nffif A on Main Cold Weather. The General Association of Kentucky a Dig cattle lowing to say concerning Infants', Chlldrens' arid Misses'- shoos Baptists will convene in annual session national Bank, Winchester, there deal made in that county by Mr. J. W. can be found on tho bargain countor ut, Throughout athe country generally in Paducah, today. Dr. J. W Porter, terrible windstorm. At there has been Bales, of Madison: Burns, of sale of cattlo xnauo in Rico & Arnold's. Jonesville, Wis.,.8 persons were killed, ot Lexington, with Prof. J. T. -- -Oneida, alternate Is expected to deliver y us at any time. to this section during the present season Handsome Home In Win least a dozen are 2 are dying and at purGhasers out Ono of tho best J. doors to.take prospeewve The loss to property is $1,000, the annual address. was that of Mr. J. O. Caldwell to Mr. chester for5ale. Mr. Caldwell d or more were meetings in the history of theassocia000. In central Illinois W. Bales on last Friday. inspect the property. This week's issue of tho Climax con utn-- A to nronertv is estim- - tion is anticipated. Tho State secretary ihn 1 as is well known, is the largest oeater TLRM5-One-thir- d . tio spenas tains a notice ot me sale ot a nne In Iowa, 1 killed; will roport $50,000 collected during the 000.000. St. : ornnrters in this section. I . . .. s n it t " information, call on ... -- 1 time and gives cioso auenuuu .w I wen jmiuuxju fovm nnd hnm ARtplIrt j North Dakota,l trozen toucain; vmauu, I M.M fn. Ul.tn mite nne ,n nHllttinn tO A. "-. !; -much Possession January 1st. jjor lurmc stock, and tho annual near Winchester. On Saturday, NcjjrIn(,iana ,0M 8ii00o,000.- - Ala- - largo amount for foreign missions and his collection of .... ii.iwars watched with ember 25th.. will be exposed to salo tae l uauia, ,a. iui'vu hj .imi On the Gulf I other church work. . or address w,v saw Ol Marshall,, of this sity, had Dr. C. ... ttl men all ovor tho beautiful Senator Hargis place. AJ. tile Coastr .the weather was unusually .t h time, thore will bo a sale of tiyo severo. In Kentucky, the damage by itmrooxed attending tho meeting, but There were 803 . head in this same Local and Lon Distance . ., State. ....- -. Tt rur. . f Ion,! " f: wind was greaL has been unavoidably detained. ' Tetephooe 83 bunch, and they averaea l.ow ,pounu. oiner spieuum SIllO -e mi; I. o macntfirfint home. The .( Tho Bostonla Orchestra will be heard pais o. o per "U"U1TO "- htnh 18 Mr. Bale At Lewlston, Ala. there have bea Winchester Real Estate the ajrerceate sum close to tho Urfll be on Mala street, Wlnchestorrljin murders in eighteen months. ni fat Normal Chapel Nov. 2 lib. i n ... Kentucky. Uw office of Martin & HolUdjiy, Winchestef, front of fSO.000 mtrk. v The Ottmax will give one year's sub scription o tho person bringing in the largest sweet potato; one year to the one bringing in the'largest pumpkin: to the one bringing largest kershaw, and one Stray Hog. year for the largest car of corn. All my place, 15M Bat Main contestants will donate the samples to n.iax. Nov. 10. rad silt hog. the editor. Responsible and competent about 150 pounde. Owner oan ludtres will be appointed to award pre . ht navinr Ml' expanses in- - miums. 11 W. M. Park. Is the Buffalo Gnat Respon sible? ftom a ant or e s mile danger :;tck of the crip esoefrt when Prof. Harrison Garman, a United t,v T.npumonia. and Urt6 sever Cough States Entomologist and Bacteriologist, ehambarlate's . This rantaey has wen who has been studying pollagra in the For Rent reputation and estoasive sale mountain districts of the State, has gone euros of oaWs and Mv residence on the Summit. will to Western Kentucky, where he . ur. iw relied unou with ltn 22-t- f Mrs. Salmis Rayiioukn Mississippi ihdence. For sal by Stockton make experiments along the & species River to discover if there is any Visit the bargain counter at Rico section which may Arnold's. ,,,.r rwnnnle af Georcetown are of insect in that i -- 1 spread the disease. Prof. Garman says iv' a petition for another eleo Engagement Announced. that he has evidence for and against the take the sense of the voters of theory that (he buffalo'gnat is a spreadMr. S. J.J McGaughey, photographer, as to whether or not liquor er of pellagra. of this city, advises an eariy vuwsold in that city. ment to those planning on nrisima:, Studio open Sundays photographs. ten until eleven in tho morning, from and from two until four in the after WITH noon. i . , bU property on Said pavement sttalt be r and shall run fall legth - .. rv Said euro and gutter of said pavement. work shall be done according ions herein Wora adopted arl of Council. ember2, 111. SAM.L RIOB. Mayor. A. B. PARIS. Otork. , r. f Council. m front of Stenographer. Miss Estella llicknell offers her ser vices as stenographer and typewriter to all who may need work in that line. 21-Office with Judge Shackelford. lf . Premiums Offered. (Covington and Banks Hearty We lcome For Senator McCreary On His AnnouncesRe-EJecfioiMrVi" n j- Our finest coats, ane nothing but choicest material and supercoats. Hand is the word that fittingly describes these ior workmanship enters into their construction. The fabrics are shape tailored"in every essential detail, they fit and retain their fine Tweeds, Cheviots, Scotches and Chinchillas, some are extra patterns, as Rich fabrics in a wide range of attractive nerfectlv. Sizes are graded acweight for men who want extra warmth. that do not confane cording to the Kenton Scientific System, which insures a perfect toten dollars more fit for every man. for such coats. to judge, and for that reason you'll find it safest to trade in a store that has but one price CLOTHING VAULES are mighty hard Eleo-an- t $18.00 and $20.00 Overcoats at Overcoats at $22.50 and $25.00 ttftTePulfifromilve i 'f''irv . I -CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY Dante's "Inferno," at the Opera House Next Week. Taxes on Securi ties. Insurance companies required by law to deposit securties with the State Treasurer must pay taxes upon these The Court of Appeals so construed the law today in the case of the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company of Kentucky against the City of Louisville and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The court says: "In the case of an insurance company the se curities are deposited as its property- It has the right to use them for any purpose that it please, subject to the lion of the policy holders and being its property, must pay taxes on them." Shoes aro added daily to the Bargain Counter at Rice & Arnold's. Coughing at Night Means loss of sleep which is bad far the children and bard on grows per sons. Foley s Honey ami Tar Uaot- pousd stops the cough at oaee, ieMea the tickling and dryness in the UtraM and heats the innaawd nambcanea. Contains no opiates and ie Vest lac children and delieate persons. Kofcina substitutes. Per sale by Staafcton A Shoes Return Home. r O. PARK, x 1 ut aaaaaaav' Uy .... 1 , !. Elegant Bluegrass Farm For Sale - Public Auction warn a, isii mmi m Winchester, Ky. "e o-j- "0r :r whhds 1 , uui .vt .. r incnt. rtf . tuuu.j - vMxsww 0i,.i " , - tbr;eeifferent - C.b::rtZ idlnr " At tlift Onftrn TTonn tho ntlrfir.tinn noxt Wednesday and Thursday. By A. W. MACY. Yin ,OTrn.l lir- nmtto. f0 .nil 1 will tion in moving pictures of one of the FOURIER'S FOLLY. greatest monuents in the world's litera ture Dante's "Inferno." The filming of Fourier, a French Charles this immortal creation had repeatedly believed himself to be attracted artists who realized its great the originator of a scheme which would make all men hapThe obstacles, however, possibilities. py. Hit social system was to seemed of so great a character that in be organized on a mathematical most cases tho attempt was soon aban basis. By his plan humanity doned. Not untilja company of renown was to be divided into groups of ed artists, all of them ardent students hundred families, and the four and devotees of Dante addressed thorn- series, and the series groups Into selves to tho task of visualizing the con-- 1 Each group Into phalanxes. would be placed under one Imceptions of their favorite poet did the mense roof, and the member work assume definite shape, and even it supplied with every appliance took two years to produce the entire of Industry and art. Each Indiwork. All tho principal scenes in the vidual should choose the occupapoem, from tho adventure of Dante in tion for which he was best tho dark and gloomy forest to the Circle adapted, and then 9 all work ot Traitors have been reproduced with Salaries would become pleasure. startling fidolity. Soveral of tho best would be abolished, and each known incidents have been rendered in worker be paid enough for his The surplus: simple wants. to soparato scenes, notably tho story of should be used for the general tlte tragic of Francesca da Kiminina,the There would to no good. suffering and death of Peter do V'gna, drones, for each .person would tho betrayal and imprisonment of Count be anxious to labor for the comUgolino and. his offspring aro reproduc mon good. No army would bo ed with intense dramatic power. no police, for tho needed, and The pictures will be explained as they world would become one great, pass on the screen, which adds greatly family, well behaved and happy. Communities for putting these-Ideto the enjoyment of the audience. Into practice were started Special music and properly prepared. Thlrty-fo- ur In various countries. subdued effects add to the appreciation In of them were founded of somo of tho best scenes. The success the United States, and some of of tho films in Europe has been an un lasted four or five years. them which-di-d qualified one. The press as well as the It was a beautiful dream nulnit havo eiven the production their not come true. unconditional approval. . (Copyright. 1911. by Joseph B. Bowles.) Single tickets will cost fifty cents, it is cheaper to buy ono for the whole Died. season. Mr. Joseph Porter died at this place, Hotel Changes Hands. last Sunday, from injuries sustained by being run over by a tram car. His Mr. D. W. Vandeveer has sold tho do- remains were taken to Ida May for Richmond notel. near tho L. burial. pot to Mr. William Mollinger. Mr. Mel- linger is an engineer on the L. N.R.R. The City's fleallh. with his homo in Covington. He is an s Richmond a healthy city? Judging excollent Gentleman, and will, no doubt. from the recent report of Mr. Joe hold tho large patronage that the house Schofhausen, the local registrar, we has had under the management of Mr. certainly declare it to be so. During Vandoover. Wo welcome Mr. Mellinger, the month of October, there were only but hope that his coming will not cause four deaths, and nino births. This, is Mr. Vandeever to leave us. surely, a good record. as at one-thir- d their arigtNal Rtea & AmaW on the bargaie counter. The Bazaar to he given De. 3, hf th Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris church will be worth while to attend. Surprise boxes, candy tables, dolls, edibles, etc. Everything for mmm The Lamp That Saves The Eyes Children naturally never think of i train on their eyesight when poring over a faidoating book. It is up to you to see they do not rum their young eyes these long evenings by reading under a poor light. The Rayo Lamp is an insurance against .eye troubles, aHke for young and old. lamp, but it is constructed on the soundest The Rayo is a sdennfic principles, and there is not a better lamp made at any price. It is easy on the eye because its light is so soft and white and widely diffused. And a Rayo Lamp never flickers. possible low-pric- to ;er to ; to cleaa sad rewxV. Eu3y ligked without remoTing shads ot chimney; Solid brail thioughout.with hindjome nicktl Eniih; alao b many otha tfySes and fisuhea. el Rayo Ai Tor dealer to ihow 700 hilaEaaar aiocy !amp: or ytvta for deaeriptrn areolar at In tuj an iars Standard Oil Company (IacOTvrat4V o. t WINDOW GLASS We have them in all sizes and at the TRACT NO. I. .'f mi f J iTtlTloL of City Coun Caucus. Very Lowest Prices you have any broken out, we will have them put in for you. Call us by hone If j, , "... n No. 75". PERRY S DRUG STORE TRACTS Nos. 2 and 3. Sing .r-- at ' rsTr A T'lt, ur - Tandv Eads fesse Cobb ii SANTA IS THINKING NOW Defore he starts on his rounds of what would be the most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, which wo'tild a tons - - bakeptatour - down, balance and 2 years. ... w sult us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Christmis gift that will be hailed with delight. certainly bring joy for the Christmastide. Con- t- ..-.- Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. and Holliday Martin Col. Geo. D. Speakes, Aucttoneer. " .1 a 1 ,..ju Richmond, Xy lear rn 3s '''' jgjjl f -- r 7 Courtesy. Bible Terms Defined. oce-fift- A mother had need one events? to A day's journey was about' twenty- pass between the light and her little sea, three and miles. "With street, grave courtesy she said A Sabbath day's journey was about an "Will you excuse me, dear. If I pass be English mile. tween you and the light!" A cubit was nearly twenty-twinches. He looked up and said: "What made A hand's breadth is equal to threo you ask me that, mother?" and A finger's inohes. "Because, dear," she answered, "it breadth is equal to one inch. would be rude to do it without speaking. A shekel of silver was about 50 cents. I would not think of not speaking if it A shekel of gold was St had been Mr. F , the minister: and A talent of silver was $CSS.30. surely I would not be ruder to my o A piece of silver, or a penny, was 13 h five-eight- GOOD LIVER REMEDY FREE of this Temarkable cure for stomach, iiver ana Dowel trouDies through a free sample. Mrs. Frank Lilly of Plainview, 111., sent for one and it cured her and she is open in saying that she will never take pills or strong cathartics again, as Syrup Pepsin acts so mildly. Mr. W. L. Bryant, the Postmaster at Sardis, Tenn., says he A Household Me icine. colds Is Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2520 Jeffer son bt , So. Omaha, Neb., says: can recommend Folely's Honey and Tar Compound as a suro cure for coughs and colds. It cured my daugh ter of a bad cold and my neighbor, Mrs. Benson, cured herself and her whole family with Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Everyone in our neighborhood speaks highly of it." For night coughing, dryness and tickling in the hroat,, hoarseness and all coughs and coicis, wko l'oiey s Money and Xar Com pound. Containes no opiates. Always in a yellow package. For Sale by Stockton & Son. . hose who have not paid their taxes will bo called upon to pay a penalty of ien per cent, xnis Is law and if vou overlooked the matter blame yourself ana not tne collector, lcsterdav was the last day of grace. J. mat slops coughs quickly and cures boy." The boy thought a moment, and then asked: '"Mother, what ought I to say baoM" "What do you think would be nice?" lie studied over it for a while, for he was suoh a wee addle, and then said "vtoum it be nice to say, "Sure you This was mother's time to say: "That would be nice; but how would you like Jus as Mr. F would, 'Certain ly? It means the same thing, you A specific for pain Dr. Thomas know." That little lad, bow a young man in Eclectic Oil. strongest, cheapest lini' ment ever devised. A household remoeXege, is remarked for his edy in Amorlca for 26 years. courtesy. A friend said of him receatFerrill & Gott ly: "It's the secpnd nature to W to be poMte." Soft Drinks of all kinds. The best The mother smiled as she thanked lunch stand in the Olty of .Richmond. Sod ia her heart for the grace wbioh At No. HI First street. 'helped her to be unfailingly courteous 20-Give thom a call. to her boy. Christian Work. never-falHnpj 2t When you suffer from any form of indigestion it is always well to take something for the liver, as usually the o trouble lies there. If you are bilious, have a bloated feeling after eating, if you belch, if your skin is yellowish you may be sure it is liver trouble. What you need is something to stir up the liver, to arouse the gastric juices so that they will aid in the digestion of your food. A very good remedy for this, and one highly recommended by those who have used cents. it, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, A farthing was 3 cents. which you can obtain of any druggist A mite was less than a quarter of a at fifty cents or one dollar a bottle. cent. But if you have any doubt about its merits, and would prefer to try it A gerabwas a cont. CaldAn ephah or bath, contains seven gal- first, send your address to Dr. well and he will promptly send you a lons and five pints. free sample bottle. A bin was one gallon and two pints. Thousands of people first learned A firkin was seven pints, An emer was sir pints. A cab was three pints. The Ram's Hera. will never be without it again. No sick person can afford to ignore a remedy so highly endorsed as this. It is good for all the family from infancy to old age, because it is mild,, free from griping, and yet promptly effective. Furthermore, results are absolutely guaranteed or money will be refunded. For the free sample address Di7W. B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods THE CAU5L OF ECZEMA washing away witih a clean, penetrat ing liquid, the germ life and poisons The farm upon which I now reside that cause the trouble. We have a preparation that will do having been sold, I will on this. The first application will stop 11 the itching and give prompt reliel Nov. to an irritated, iicliinc or inflamed effer for sale the following described skin. If you are a sufferer from Ikin S4O0K, etc: or scaly eruption in any form, try one bottle or ZEMO, the clean scientific Two jacks, one Napoleon 621, preparation we are confident you will the only registered jack in the with the results from the use county, and an extra breeder, 1G of this standard preparation hands, a jennet jack; the other foi eceeraa. the Terr" Perkins jaok, known Good lor Infants as well as as the one of the best breeders grown persons. Perrv's Drug ever ia the oeunty. Four jenStore. nets, two with coKs at side. One extra mare mule ooH. Taxes Due. Three 2 year-ol- d horse mules, all broke. Three yearling hore Your Uxes for the year 1911 are now attles. Six brood mares, good in my hands fer collection. Come workers. One aged stalHon, ia'earlv and avoid the rush, as well as good worker. One Shetland pony, good driver and saddler. saving the penalty, by prompt payment. One Haxhall goMtac, D. A. McConl. Sheriff. well broke. One feteek coH by Lakeland J., well Money to Loan on Good Farm broke. Five thorouchbn d Short hern cows and calves by Lands. Deatfterage's Haggin bull. Two half Jersey cows, fine milkers. The Northwestern Mutual Life In One Jersey oo w, fresh surance Oo., will (eon money at 6 pel first of year. One yearling heifeeut interest on good improved farn. er, extra good. lands on Mortpe. Oae yearling Shorthorn, registered bull, pediApply to J. C Ohenanlt, Atty. gree furnished on day of sale. One extra yearling steer, weight Richmond, Ky. 760 pounds. One oew and ealf, good milker. Two large Thes. A. Shohon, agent for Hurst sews and seventeen sfeeats, pood. Heme Insurance Co. Write me or phone Three Poland-Oste- a geks, good. OnePefcmd-Gbln- a 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. bear, ready for service. One barrenohe, good eeadtUen. "I doi't believe there is anv other One One spring medicine so good for whoopidg cough a wagon. One wagon. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," write One good mower. One com Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction, Citj shelter. One bran-neslide, Ore. This remedy is also unsurpased harrow, plows, etc. Some fer oetds and croup. For sale by Stock beusebeid and kit oh en furniture ton & son. One refrgerator One Rodiant Heme sieve, nearly new. Entirely Inadequate. "I offered to let him hn Terns made knows en day of sale. fired." --That would only be a drop In Ror C. White. Jesse Cobb, Aaotieaeer. the bucket-shoD.- " Life- Ftetrtff ef Oats and all kinds ef field ejk at aUraetive prices, See us Chamberlain's Stomach nnrl T.ivm Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and ma tbefere buying, be taken with perfect safety by tht & Simmons. Arnold most delicate woman or the youngest enild. The old and feeble will also find For 5ale Cheap. them a most suitable romedv for aiding and strengthening their wnknMi Sfnare Decker Bros., piano, in geed digestion and for regulating tho bowels oeufMuii. Apply at ror saie Dystookton & Son. 15-t- f Climax Office. Everyeoay Witn a Halo. iee oream is deiioietts. Every Mod's A London doctor declares that er one talks abeut it. Any flavor mad ry human being has a halo Mevder and delivered promptly. tf Public Sale 25th is germ life that burrows under and feeds on the skin. The way to cure bCV.hiJIA is to remove the cause by Notions and Millimery at a great reduction on account of moving January . Call and 1 Simple and Effective. My little boy. three years old. trou bled mo considerably by going to the homes of neighbors without permis slon, so I followed this plan, writes a mother. Whenever I give him per mission to go I pin on him a little falls to cure. Send far list of testimonials. card on which is, written the word Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 'permission." Sold by all Druggists. 75c. When the neighbors Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. see tho badge they allow him to stay Burton Roberts, Administrator. Plaint iff, vs. Annie Roberts, Etc., and play with tho children. If he ap pears without It, they send him home Under and by virtuo of a iurtcment The card can be used many times, and and order of sale, rendered at tho Octo Specialist the boy enjoys wearing it ber term of tho Madison Circuit Court In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE in the abovo styled action tho undesand TUItOAT igned Master Commissioner of said The Clever and the Wise. Oldham Bldg. Richmond. Kr people almost everything court will, on To clever to wise people, hardly 8 laughable 16 inything. SkieUre. tho county, thence 8 50 W 80 feet to stake cornor to Mrs. Jphn Clark, noar cross fence and with the fence as it now E 045 fcet to'a stake In stands Will btry or sellyour bouse,; the middle of a branch, down the branch S 39 W 350 feet to a water gap farm town lots or any thing Roberts lino with his line up a hill 3U12E 100 feet to a stake, still with else in the Real Estate line. Roberts' line N 40 2 B 400 feel to Anv business intrusted' to. stake, another crossing of tho 17 2 acre tract and with 1ho line of same N him will be promptly and 39 E 1138 feet to the beginning, con carefully attended to. See tainin? six acres. Second tract adjoining first tract, bo him if his services are" needginniDg at a stake- on tho N side of county road, thence with the road S 39 ed. a poles to a stake- corner to first W3 "We reDresent iron bound i. tract, thence with line of same S 39 E 69 poles to a stake on Irvine Roberts re? Insurance Companies 40 line, tticnco with said line X 40 2 poles to a stake on said lino corner member this. tract to Green B. Million's 15 thencs N 39 2 S 70 poles on the N side $100 Reward, $100 of the road, thence S 35 1 2, thence 49 2 W 20 poles U the beginning, con TBe readers ofthl paper will be pleased to learn that there la at leatt one dreaded disease taining seventeen and ono half acres. has been able to cure In aU lta that Said land will be so'd on a credit of stages,sciencethat la Catarrh. Hall a Catarrh Care and posltlre care dow known to the medonly six months timo, tho purchasor Is thefraternity- - Catarrh being a constitutional ical being required to execute bond "with disease, required a constitutional treatment. iuternaUy. actlnif approved security, having the forco and Halls Catarrh Cure is taken mucous surfaces of the blood and etfect of a judgment, with lien retained directly upon thereby destroying the foundation system, the of the disease, and glrlne the patient atrensta until all purchase money is paid. by building up the corutltutlon and assisting na20 3t H. C. Rice. M. O. M. C. O. The proprietor hare ture In dolne It wort. so much faith In. Its ruratlre powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that it 1-1- -2 0 James & Hunley Quality Groceries Await You Here Buy Your Groceries And enjoy your meals: motUs to the taste exactly. Try one yourself aud you'll send y..u, friends to know aboub them. That's why we sell Groaorles; wo not keap thom. i , Try a Sack of A B C Patent Flour 59c a Sack. Sewell & McKinney lelephones lb and 12.5 Commissioner's Sale Di M. Dunn Comfy Gossard Corse U fectly Fitk d Thursday, November 1911, JESSE COBB, Commissioner's W. B. Sale. Saturday, see us and-w- e will convince you March and Douglas. DISSOLU- . Jones and Others On Petition Under and by virtuoof a judgmentand irder of sale, rendered at tho October Term of tho Madison Circuit Court, in (ho above styled action, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court, will in Saturday, Nov. 18, '11, The Right Kidney Medicine. omuu, Aric, says that J. E. Parker, 2021 S-- tf 6-- d w Get Dean's He aetata. They operate easily, tone the atomaea, ourc oenstipation. Come 1Ky. t)ent we harsh physios. The ra atton weakens the, bowels, leads to Chronic eenstipatiea Just In Time OOme Richmond Pfnn! 1 LJUIC to Owen MoKec, Riobmond dry goods and notions. Others for Don't wait too late. de and why net you. tf Be sure to be in time. Just in time with kidney ills "My ohiM was burned terribly about Means he face. Beck and chest. I applied Brfore curing the baok backache becomes chronic; Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The paio eeaeed and the child sank into a restful Befere serious urinary troubles teU sleop. Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Ham Dean's Kidney Pills will do this. WHg, V i. Here is testimony to prove it. Mrs. Marv ninson. Si Ktmtiior cf For Rent Sit. Sterling, Ky., says: "I Believr Having deeided to discontinue house that if I had not used Doan's Kidnej keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on Pills, I would not be living today. Mj Seeend street. House is in good repair. health Was verv Toor and twn nf nm ifievea rooms with all necessary out build best physicians said that I had drons ings, stame, good pasture, garden, etc. and could not expect to recover. They I rilse have for sale Al Jersey mileh oew. gave me a year to prepare for my sad fate. The kidnoy secretions wore un. 18-t-f Api4r to T. J. Moberly. natural and my body bloated. I was Dan Break, fire, Mgbtning, cyolene nervous and suffered severely from and If ve stock. tf headache ond dizzy spells, during wbioh snots floated before mv evos. yen are going to have a party have often had to grasp something for supIf Ittaeimake your brick oream in that port. My back was also very weak and I. could not stoop to button my shoes, in fact, I could hardely eet around. 1 Automobiles Painted. was so much impressed bv a testimonial of Doan's Kidney Pills w ray snep en xnira sal. i am pre giveni in praise to try them and procured that pared te paint and trim Automobiles, a box. deoided cave They me nromot relief Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all and I continued teking them until kinds. I have a painter of long ex- wass in good health. I have but little perience and who understands his trouble from my kidneys now." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. business. Prises as lew as consistent n Co.. Butfalo. New Vnrfc with first ctoss wwrk. Give me a trial. solo agents for the United States. Herse shoeing, Blacksmithiag Kemomber the name Doan's anil and take bo other. repairing in all brandies. 12-- tf James A Meores Can't look well, oat well or fnn.1 with impure blood feeding your body. For Rent Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Residence. 0 rooms and kitchen, in Bitters. Eat simnly. take good repair and in good neighborhood. keep clean and you will have long life. Apply to Miss Lee Prather at W D. Oldham & Dan Breck. lire, lightning, cyclone 15-t- f Co's. and live slock insurance. tf A 1 Foster-Milbur- ""'I Ttn ii1 vJ t111 IKJKJ - Mav I i- -i aLaaiflaBaLaLaLa" BLACK POWDER V SHOTGUN SHELLS To get good results in shotgun shooting, it is necessary to have a load that makes an ' even pattern, gives good penetrations and ia reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. The next time you buy, insist upon havinsr them. T U r Dm U BRAN r. V. Big Prices "We For Hides I HAVE FOR SALE THE Best Braces f fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all kieris of Machinery. have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin-sen- g and Feathers that you bring. Remem-TrJf- e pay tlie hiShest We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of Pees. and.sorap iron. metals Bring what you have M. RICHMOND WIDES Phooe33 KENTUCKY C. F. Burnam's Executors. Plaintiffs From the usful water paints for cellar vs. Charles Fife's heirs. Defendants. Under and by virtue of judgment ami nishes and polishes for the furniture or order-o-f sale rendered at tho piano, aeu ns what you wantto do and term of tho Madison Circuit October Court in wo 11 supply the paint product with the above styled action, the nnrW. January 1, 1912. which 10 uo it signed Master Commissionnr of snin Said pioperty is open to Inspection to court will on anyone interested, and plat, survey and any additional information will be'given w anyone applying to Air. A. li. uur-naWall Paper and Paints Jr., or Mr. Robert It. Burnam at the Madison National Bank. rnone 4W 203 East Main on tne premises between the hours of Rooms For Rent RICHMOND. KY iu o ciock anu n o clock a. m. sell to Apply to John Allman, Collins streoi tho highost bidder at public auction thel or Allman & Pigg, Main street. I 4U,,U " tllb ucawnufu properly: I c T Two tracts or parcels of land on the J ahlP OC . waters of S lvnr CrnoV- - fl,o f!f . For Sale. beginning at a stake on the N edge of South Bound. Pure-bre- d Bourbon Red Turkevs: No-- xo. Ji. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives vvuiuer unlivery. and Departs 12:05 a. m. t. A. D. ic c. D. Miller, 25-t- f No. 7U Richmond to Stanford. Do Richmond, Ky. parts G:30 a. m. I. R. Pennington Turkeys for Jfo. 1. Louisville to Beattyvllle I havo for sale a few choice Bourbon Dentist. Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 Red Turkeys and Rhode Island Rrrl Oflico noxt door to Governmenl build ao. J7. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Arunicnens. Xslephone 250, live rines. rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m ing Klchmond, Ivy. E. P. Miller, R. F. D. No . 3, No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville 25-t- f Richmond , Ky. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. Old corn 94.25 per bbL by the load. I No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. Send your order to is the best and quickest No. 3. Louisville to Beattvvill Arnold & Simmons. tf Dentist t Arrives C:45 p. m. Departs 7:2$ p. m way to perfect health. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum set Telephono 267 you crazy. Can't bear the touch of No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysv'ille to StanWomen and girls who your clothing. Doan's Ointment cures ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs Office in Oldham Building suffer are simply weak 7:25 p. m. the most obstlnare cases. Why suffer. AH druggist sell It. weak all over. North Bound 4arryM Blanton, No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. A rrivoa Opiates and alcoholic Mules for Sale. . and Departs 4:10 a. m. Ten extra good mare mules. mixtures are worse than DENTIST No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati nnrt -nm H. D. tiAYBOW. worthless, they aggraMaysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. 25-t- f nl' lElj.PaONE 199 Silver Creek. Ky. Departs 0:25 a. m. vate the trouble and Wedding invitations, after marriage No. 2. Beattvrtlleto Louisvllln lower the standard of GREENLEAr & HERRINGTON Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Departs 7:20 a-and at homo- - announcements, calling health. cards, death and birth announcements, No. 28. Louisvillo to Richmond via Lawyers anything, everything in this line of work Rowland. Arrives !2;05-p- . m. Omco inJDouglas & Simmons' now Srinted or engraved at Cliilcc ofllce. No. 38. Knoxvllle strictly confidential. to Cincinnati. Artf Building on Second Street rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. I'igg's Pure Apple Vinegar at Allman No. 70. opp. Court House strengthens the whole Stanford to Richmond. Arrive & P'SS . 12-- tf 3:00 p. m. body, invigorates and Actti.fcj' , mo tU XAIU1SV1110 build up. tire. Life, Accident and Health Iusur I Arrives l:35n. m. Dcnart 1:40 n m ance. The very best old linn rvimtuni. vr nn ri SCOTTf jacKsonvme to Cincinnati. Ar- 7 IfeStMMknl mm! ArrotureYAT-Ea- ., Wm. S. Broaddus. ArL t,t i.rti. o. vaa uuu J ijai i n i: ifi ri n tiivi SlSHMOND, No's 31, 37, 33, 27, 34, 28, 38. 32 ar ' XENTUCXT. Dan Breck. lira. lihtnin MX.' DRUG CISTS cyclone I Daily trains. No s 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e n-- a and live stock lBi$Ance. , s State Bak A Tratfc Co., oy. tf daily Eic&pt Sunday. mt Ooart How, na Min StMat. equipped dry kilns 22GxC3 feel, and i brick engine and boiler annex about 100 100 feet. In this building there arc in stalled ready for uso two large boilers, a largo engine, line shafting, pulley, anc other attachments to a factory building Also a blacksmith shop equipped with a steam lathe, drill press, engine, and anvil, vice, etc. This building is wel adapted to any kind of manufacturinp or warehouse purpose. If used for a warehouse, a largo sum can be realized from sale of machinery, piping, etc., even as junk. On this lot is located an office building, with three large rooms, a small room, a large vault, wired foi electricity, and with all necessary plumbing. This building will make a Ood residence if not used as an office. Lot No. 3 contains 2.33 acres of land on which is located the hand shop, an excellent building 250x40 feet, with wareroom 40x20 feet. This propertj fronts L. & A. Railroad, and if sola separately. Est ill Avenue will be extended so as to resell it. Lot 2o. 4 consists of six acres on the north end of property.on it arc. the pond and stable, it fronts Four Mile road it entiro length, and also proposed extension of Estill Avenue. All of said property will bo sold fo' cash or prefers, ho may execute a note with good security, payable January I, laiz, one--. d third January i, 1013, and January I, 1914, deferred payments to I war aiA iiur tent, iiuurcsi iruui uaiu ui sale, anu secured oy a lien on properly. Possession win bo given immediate upon complying with terms oi salo. ox r cept to ofllce, which is occupied by as a home, possession to it civen fire-proone-thir- d one-thircard-tako- .inil ineltiflpe it nnH r.nntnins K fi flffrps n land. On this lot is located main fac tory building, consisting of a machinih op, two stories, 245x40 feel; full many Kinds or Kidnoy am not get better until he took Folej money no Of The Richmond Cooperage you havenils, kidneymatter how lonp had trouble, nor ai Company, Thursday, Nov-- m n v no i"hu ui mo uisease t.your , case : v111 -nerj i i trv a . ki . maneiit benefit i byuu uuiuh. unuF6lc 1J l. the use of eiliuer CO, iviuney rills. They also regulate the action ot tho urinary. organs. Start The Richmond Cooperage Company taking mem now. for tale by Slocktor will, for the purpose of dissolving, on November tho 23rd, at 10 A. M. on the Business Forms. premises, sell to the highest and best iou say mat picture has Rem oidder the tract of 17.77 acros of land owned by it in the city of Richmond, brandt's signature?" "Well." said property fronts tho right of way ol air. oumrox, j don t remember ex ooth the. L. &. X. and L. & A. Railroads, acuy wnat the picture dealer said the Four Mile Road, Estill Avenue and remaps uemorandt didn't actually It is therefore ac- jsu he Four Mile pike. iu iuayDe ne only Indorsed it." cessible from any direction; and in addition to lying on both railroads, lias a iwitch 1CS5 feet long running through it mien in neua oi connecting the two. It also ha about any of its branches, iJiacKsmiining hi Farming Imple 1200 feet of additional siding, giving U the entire property switching facilities ments. Uuggies, Carriages, Wagons, mexcolled anywhere. Said property is ttubber tires &c, get prices from R. E also connected with the City Waiei Miller, Uuion City, Ky. f. mains by a sis inch main which reaches Windows In Umbrella. every part of the property. n umoreua with windows is the It is improved by three large factorj ouildings formerly used as a warehouse. latest In Paris. The reason given for hand-shoalso an ollice we innovation Is the difficulty of get machine shop, building, a good stable, large shed, and ung about on account of the danger excellent pond. In addition to being causea oy traffic, especially In wet tho only property in Richmond lying on ooth railroads suitable for business pur weather. poses, it is capable of inlt iny number of building lots; and is we I am pleased to rocommend Cham- tdaptcd to any kind of manufacturing lenain s Cough Remedy as the best business, warehouse, coal, lumber or uiing I know of and safest remedy foi itock yards. :ougns, colds It will be offered in four parcels and writes Mrs. D.and bronchialoftrouble." B. Arnold Denver, then as a whole and sold so as to bring: vxjio. we nave used it repeatedl the most money. it, nas never laiica 10 give relief. niu Lot No. 1 lies on the southwest side o ror sale by Stockton & Son, main switch, and contains all the land between this switch and the L. & N ailroad, and the old dirt road, and if y frame ware improved by a house, about 150 by 100 feet, there is oi COO feet long which this piece a siding ' runs in front of warehouse. Lot No. 2 lies north of main switch TION SALE n inn lll.dl r No. 10th St., Ft. ho had taker medicine, but "' the premises at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest bidder at public auction, 'he following described tract of land: Situated on the waters of Silver Creok n Madison county, Ky., on the Manelos turnpike, about 10 miles from Richmond ind 3 miles from Paint Lick, owned and occupied by W. B. Jones for ti.e last 30 vears, containing 233 2 acres acres, more or less, fully described in tho judgment in this caso to which reference is particularly made. This farm is one of tho best In Madison county, well improved and in good :ondition, and in one of the best in tho county. It has a good residence of S rooms, tobacco barn and lock barn and outbuildingsand two ood tenant houses and four never fail-npools and good pond upon it. It ha? ISO acres In grass and balanco in cultivation. It adjoins tho land of Thompson liurnam and tho Duerson heirs and ?ark Anderson. TERMS Said land will be sold on a tredit of six, twelve and eighteen nonths. The purchaser will bo requti-'to execute bond with approved payable to tho Commissioner rearing C per cent interest from date of ale until paid, and a lien retained oi and sold to hftvo tho forco and eiroet of i Replevin Bond. The purchaser wil ie required to pay $350 cash at time ol ale. to be credited on first sale bond or ie can pay an oi tne nrst sale bond m cash if desired. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. n neigh-Torhoog d highest biddor at public auction, th following described Pronerlv: Beginning at a poM lino to Mrs. Lena uoy ana cornor to Mrs. Ada Farris, thence lino la same N 8 E 20.00 chain to a stake, thence S 82 E 1 chain to stake, N 82 E 75 chains to a stake in line to Abner Long and corner to Farris, thenco lino to Long and Crow N 73 4 V Id chains to a stake, a corner t 15 Crow 10.20 chains to a stake in hillsido corner to same, thenco S 49 W 20 chains to a stake in a drain corner to C. and in lino to Dower, thence witli Dower S 39 E 15 chains to a stake in a drain, thence S 10 E 350 chains to a targe walnut, llionce S 5 W 3 chains to a stake in lino to same and corner to said Coy. thence lino to same S 70 E 1S95 chains to tho beginning, containing ih.m reres. Said land will be sold on a crodit ol six and twelve months time, tho pur chaser being required to execute sale bonds, payablo to tho Commissioner, wiui approved security, bearing G per cent intorost from day of salo, with lion roluincd on property sold, to have the lorcouna effect of a judgment, until all mo purcnaso money is paid. 3-20-3- on the premises, between tho hours of 10 o'clock and lj o'clock a. m., sell to the General Auctioneering. oervices Keasonabie. PHONB.83, or 481. H. L PATRICK DENTIST Nuxol and Victor Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work and Coah a Made to "special Style, fit and mat anteed. Call and s and style books. Specialty. Ofuco in Bank Building. TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE;WITH D. R. freeman Mrs. J. A. Hocres 231 Second Street AT OftCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD t H: C Ric;. M. C. M. C. C. H. e. DOTY, SURVEYO-RKentucky. Announcements FOR SHERIFF iiiicm:iuiii; nwe,rS,ai,tholiz?,d.to announce JOIIX E. IN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad. ison county, subject to the action of the e arc autlinrlrpfi in niin,n. r .'ONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison jountr. subject to the action of the Denio- nuiu; puny. "e--. "TP. authorized to announce II. II. a candidate for Sheriff of Madl. Jon county, subject to the action of the V!?.?.1"110"20" to announce VV?1 if- - SEXTON a candidate for Sheriff 31 Iadison Cnnntr. afili;,t t n i.A u puny. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce S. D Jones as a candidate for County orney of Madison county, subject the action of the Democratic party. we are mitiinrizwi in nnr.n..r.A t JROOKE a candidate for County Attorney utject tn the action of the Democratic e arc authorized to nnnnnn np Jackson as a candidate for to uie oiuce oi County Attorney of Madi-io- n county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENm VCt i,c yr?.2re authorized tonnnonnce ELMER vices 01 a competent, man. DEATHERAGK a enndidate for Sheriff oi . Richmond, Madison county, subject to the action ol puny solicago of thoso its patron needing ser Address, Mr Fanner JIake your home as modem for yonr family ? ; lence and place yonrsU in a position to set the latest market iy time. This can be accomplished bv ineans of oar tftknhm.P A ou and your neighbor can tret for a nnm Mint u uiii nnmn..t afits received. Call or address our nearest oflica or writ .lirwi t .. , r Mashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our sueeiiil ate If at present you are not enjoyinc telephone srvic, we 'fa in nterest you. Our lines cover the States ot Ke.ntn.-lrt- . Ti.nUu. Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Rural Telephones CO., Inccrp: SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE Tudiciously Spent Money, is That Put Into Home Bccauso dollar for dollar we dc not believe thoro is anything else on earth that brings the sgj inciisuru .us a nomo. Anu again, by investing right hero in youi Lome community you aro dealinp in values you understand and with people you know; henco tha risk of loss is "completely eliminated. hat you dont .know about lumber wo are' here to tell you and wo may be ablo to help you avoid many of the mistakes that aro fre-- 1 quently mado in the selection of lumber uusuitod for different purposes. Some lumbor is O. K. for outside uses and not worth a cent for intorior finish, and vice vorsa. Wo know just what is best fori most purposes and havo it in stock to show you. Drop in and let's talk it over v . Be Happy Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered frrrs any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has bee-- : a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, nnrpiv vptnhv ii noa uccu in successiui use for more than 50 years, It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. sub-divisi- -- two-stor- At the same time and place we will ell at public auction, the following per onal property consisting of 8 head of horses; 4work mules: 3 nilch cows; 5 sows and pigs; 20 stock 0.s; about 150 barrels of corn in field; lousehold and kilchon furnituro and arming implemmts. XhitAia All sums under S10 cash: ver inai amount purchaser win bo to execute noto with approved security, due and p lyable Jan. 1, 1912. Possession given January 1, 1012. M. EL & W. B. JONLS John,W. Bain, Auctioneer. llfT f LARD U TAKE ut 'riu i I Woman'sTonic 1 f a Commissioner's Sale. c jf ' H 1 '' 3451 Looking Through. u me many vanties for special uses. tu. Are Paints For Every nere KUipOSe. walls, barns, etc., to the finest of var- Our list of paints you will be amaze ants. .authorised to a candiilntn far announce Win. S. KmriMi.n.tnt i Under and by virtue of Iudsment .mil subrderof sale rendered at tho October .l!iP!If.iSchoo.te of Madison County, party.nc utuun oi me .Democratic erm of the Madison Circuit Court in e are authorized to announce Prof ho abovo styled action, tho undersigned Harvey II. Brock a for Super lastcr Commissioner of said court wilf intendent of I'ublic candidate subject to Schools, mo .miion oi me uomocratic party, FOR JAILER vir;iuU'ori?? d o announce MORGAN l Ar JOJt a candidate for Inflcrnf Mnriimn iounty. subject to the action of the Demo. IUUL 1UII , Wo aro authorized "There's No Place Like Home. announco Clyde a. 2 o'clockfip.!m. on the n sn Raybtjkn a candidate tofor Jailer of Mado the highest and best bidder at public ison county, subject to the action of the the following described tract ol uemocrauc party. ana, viz: located in Madison county, Wo are authorized to announco N? Todd-Edwar- ds Ky., on Gig Water Branch, and con Cotton, voyed to John" Agee, Sr., by Gresn B Madison Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of county, subject to tho action or fortv-on- o Million, containine aerAR the Democratic party. more or less, being tho same land pur- FOR ASSESSOR chased by Green B. Million from John are authorized to announce GEORGE uughes, and adjoining tho land of Phi' Roberts. John Acee. Sr.. homo ri:. NOLAN D a candidate for Assessor of Hadison County subject to the action of dence, thenco with Bud Baker's line to the Democratic party. ho lands boucht bv Baker from f? P. J',Vra.S.au,ho?ze,1 to nnnounce W. F. I AKMAN a Million, thence down to the il candidate for Asscssorof Mad- Are the largest ord tne cetter of Gisr Water Branch, fhnncr. ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party I er buyers of cattle, hogs, sheep, down same to th i beginning. Said land will bo sold on a credit of .pv:InInuUl0izSd.,0 announce RUFUS a candidate for of six and twelve months timo. the pit - Madison county subject to the Assessor the ambs, and calves at the Cin action of chaser being required to execute bonur Democratic party. cinnati Union Stock Yards. bearing 0 per cent interest from day of FOR COUNTY CLERK Consign your stock to them saio until paid, having the force ard We are authorized to announce LaRueC. effect of a replevin bond. and receive the market t H. U. Rice. M. C. M C. n Democratic partv i? Sreeley Barne3, "Administrator, Plaintiff, vs John Agee, Sr., heirs, Defend- pcrintendent of Public Srhnriia f Mn.itcnn jounty. subject to the action of the Demo- - Airs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I iblzlz there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I ued ii with the very best results. I had backache and ne:- -' everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Car ' " Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I s: "'i always recommend Cardui to other suffering women I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tire worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today! Writeto: Ladles Advisorr Thursday, November 16, mi, ,ll4SiMJll) tw rhv... name ireatmentlar Womrn r.- -- "t fr, a ? - em-:sft- Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen nvir Tv Lumber Co. all-arou- G C Sale & nd Co, with good sense but w beauty enough to make- I. : i. l a lu see faces nrrnr. im x n 1 a. t- - f , U UI (.t a 1jI i lLI'l.lllll J , I IK f ' I in amon' the customers at 20-3- SS5Al?!fuiS,Sl? Sk 'i prices. hht Commissioner's Sale, B. Juett & Son Thursday, November, 16, 1911; tf L. t IN' lime FOR CITY ATTORNEY yf aro authorized to announco MURRAY SMITH a candidato for Oifv At. torney of Richmond, subioct to thn art inn oi mo ucmocrauo party. vo are authorized to announco D. M. candidato for City At uiiAULira to torney, suoject the action of the' Dem- party. ocraiic FOR POLICE JUDGE vi o are authorized to announce J. D. Dykes for Polico Judge of Richmond. suoject to the actiou of the Democratic pariv. wo are authorized to announco W. L. Leeds for Police Judro of Ri 3ubject t0 11,0 Ection of the Democratic W. S. Norris. To Cattle Dealers Fjr grazing or feoding cattle call place your orders with n Pinnell-McMuIIe- Lackey A. Rare Beauty evergem & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing on or Live Stock Commission Co. Kansas City Stock Yards A careful selection of whnt Will bo made bv our W. O Pni-l- lias t nau za vears exneriennn in fillinr " orucrs on this market. Pleaso address -- Mid-nigh- un communications to at prices that are remarkable for their low figure rings, ear screws and drops tion of jewels is. and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have evervthin"chat is new and novel in pins, - m cur fine collec- 5ala -- C I W. O. PARK Kansas City Stock Yards F. J. YEAGER Assignee's BEAR IN MIND - a- as Assignee of Mrs. Rachel A. TLirW i am now authorized to sell, for a- few clays at a great sacrifice a largii stock of Scott's Emulsion Ladies' Tailored Isuifs. Dresses Skirts, Waists, Underwear and Notions. This i.s a rare opportunity for the ladies ui ivicamona ana MAriisnn mnntv IW secure handsomo winter clothes at less than the col of material. Cosw earlv before your size is takes. Assignee of Mrs, R. A. Barlow. That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in We guarantee them, Trv us with an order and you will always .be a customer. : : V. the-count- rjr.n .... a I I tt d a w, Denis Dundon D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate &. rr Sea Telephone 35 - E. Main Street