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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): November 22, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911112201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): November 22, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. il SECTION ONL V THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND! MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1911 Judge Benton's Tax Decision. Willson's Proclamation. The following Thanksgiving proclamation has. been issued by Governor Augustus B Willson: "By the custom of our fathers all of the years since 1039, and following the proclamation of the President of tho Uni ed States, I ap point and set aside Thursday, November 30, 1911, as a day of Thanksgiving bounty His God for our to blessings. Our country and his has been spared the trials of war and tho burdens of sorrow and suffering. We have enjoyed tho blessings of peace and of a high degree of happiness and generous gifts. No civil disorders have brought sorrow or shamo to our Com monwealth. Wo bavo kept the covo-ncof the law with each other and with our Makor. We have, maintained peace, ncignborly good will and friendship throughout the boundaries of the Commonwealth without reproach. We havo enjoyed the ble'sing of liberty and complete freedom under the law. Tho public peace and the fair name of the State havo not been marred by feuds by lawless bands. Our people have worked together with freo good will and honest respect for each others' opinion, faith and feelings as they never did bofore. The solid foundation of sound government laid by our fathers has' upheld our institutions and fulfilled the just expectations of our forefathers. Our factories bavo produced a great outpnt. All our business interosts havo prospered, and for all these gifts and b'essings to our country and old Kentucky, I cali upon our people to gather in thoir homes and churches to render praise and thanks to our Lord. Given under my hand and the seal of the State at the Capitol at Frankfort, this Novombcr 13, 1911, and of the independence of the United States, the one hundredth and thirty-sixtnt h. SECTION ONE 38th YEAR NUMBER 23 Hog Cholera Remedy. This Is my third venture of warning farmers of hog cholera, that dread disease. Seeing Dr. V, P, Smith's explosion of tho big bomb at Washington C H., declaring that virus and scrum furnished by the state of Ohio to prevent cholera in hogs has an unprecedented spread of the disease, which now bids fair to cost Ohio farmers nearly $5,000,-00I am no doctor, but a retired farmer. What I know is simply from a practical knowledge, and careful study of all sorts of farming, and more especially on hog raising. I never lost a hog by cholera. Many of my neighbors did. I gave thorn nothing but coperas in their drink. They won't tako enough of it to hurt or kill thorn. In caso of severe cholera attack give it freely, and if possible, drench them with coperas water. A dimes worth of coperas will save 81,000 worth of hogs. If farmers would with my viows there would be no great soaring on tho price of pork. S. KiBLEit. 0. A Pertinent Question-M- r. L. R. ANTON, "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT md AH Kinds of Plaster Material. . Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 White - and - Gibstm The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm Judgo "Benton lias sent to the Circuit Clerk at Richmond bis ruling in the Berea college caso that has been pending before him. One of the State's revenue agents instituted a proceeding to have scrtaln properties of Berca college assessed for taxation. Thelcollogo claimed an exemption under Section 170 of tho Constitution which exempts in stitutions of purely public .charity and institutions of education not used or employed or gain by my person or corporation, and the income of which is dovotod to tho cause of education.. Tho State did not claim the college buildings and grounds can bo taxed, but insisted that certain adjuncts, such as the water plant, a laundry, a printing office, a store and a hotel operated by tho college should be taxed, because they come in competition with individuals who do pay taxes on similar business enterprises. Judg Benton, following the opinion of tho Court of Appeals in tho Midway Of phan school case, which held that a proper construction of Section 170 of the Constitution requires the exemption of the entire property of this institution wherever situated and in whatever form its investments may be found, held that all these adjuncts are exempt; that the "rail goes with tho hide?" Serious Accident We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of "Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make V. Powell, and an agent for the L. & A. It. R., last Thursday fell and broke his arm in two places. He is improving under the treatment he receives, and we hope for his speedy restoration. Harry Powell, son of 0. lightning, cyclone And live stock insurance. tf Pan Brecfc, fire, "Augustus E. Willsox, "Governor. That New Baby Must Be Photographed "Bex L. Bruxkr, '."Secretary of State. "R. A. Cook, "Assistant Secretary of State." Lost Overcoat On last County Court day some one took from the office of Duncan & Son's livery stable a good overcoat and left in its place an indifferent one. Party who took the coat probably did it by mistake. He is supposed to be known and is asked to return tho coat and get 22-the ono he left. -2t Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come in and see what we have? It will will be appreciated : : : : cost you nothing-anThanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call d Baby Pictnrcs Bryan, in the Commoner, asks President Taft a very pertinent question, as follows: "Mr. President Why do you bogin a suit in equity instead of a criminal prosecution against thoofTlcials of tho Steel Trust? In your Attorney General's petition tho defendants aro charged with the violation of a criminal law. Why do you besitato to ask for a conviction and imprisonment? Is it because tho anti-trulaw is now worthless as a criminal statute, since tho Suprome Court has, by judicial legislation, put tho word 'unreasonable' in it? Or, is it because you are afraid to punish big criminals as. severely as you do littlo criminals? You ask me to name a trust 'that cannot be punished under the present law. I name THREE the Standard Oil Trust, the Tobacco Trust, and I call you as a witness to provo that the law, as amended by YOUR JUDGES is worthless as a criminal law? Will you admit it, or, do you prefer to tako the position that big criminals should not be sent to the penitentiary? Explain WHY you do not Chickens! Chickens!! We have a few'moro Barred Plymouth prosecute the Steel Trust officers under Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale. tho criminal law?" Now is the timo to get your Pullots for Coughing at Night. winter eggs. Our Pullots begin to lay Moans loss.of sleep which is bad for at five months old. Wo havo Thomp- tho children and hard on grown person strain. sons. Foley's Honey and Tar ComA. D. and C. D. Miller, pound stops tho cough at once, relieves 22-t- f Richmond, Ky the tickling and dryness in tho throat and heals the inflamed membranes. Contains no opiates and is best for Does Any One Knov ? children and delicate persons. Refuse For sale by Stockton & When a man asks 1o marry substitutes. him, si jo tells her mother, goes without Son. gloves in zero weather to show off her Convicts Rival for Presiring, makes a confidant of every girl she. dency. knows in order that they may have plenty timo in which to get up kitchen Henry Youtsey, sorving a life senshowers, etc., and keeps lingerie in the tence for killing former Governor Wilparlor, in order to show it. Still, she liam Goobcl, and Curtis Jett, also servfalls over in a fit if the announcement is ing a life sentence for killing James made in the papers. Does any one Cockrell and J. B. Marcum, both in the know why this modesty- - that outshrieks Kentucky penitentiary, are rival candithe violet' is displayed in regard to dates for the presidency of the Christnewspapers? Midway Clipper. ian Endeavor Society within the prison. Heretofore politics has not entered Premiums Offered. into the races for the offices of the reThe Climax will give one year's sub- ligious societies, but this year Youtsey scription to tho person bringing in the has tho backing of the Republicans and largest sweet potato; one year to the one. the disgruntled Democrats, while Jett bringing in the largest pumpkin; to the has the support of the Democrats a.nd one bringing largest kershaw, and ono the progressive Republicans. year for the largest ear of corn. All Youtsoy and Jett were rival candicontestants will donate the samples to dates last year and, after tho election, the editor. Responsible and competent Jett applied to Warden Mudd for a conjudges will be appointed to award pre- test. Every precaution is being taken miums, tf for a fair election. - MATTRESS (mme on every genuine mattress) SNOWS YOU LOOK TH R a FOSTER STEARNS IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT'S IHSIDETHE WHilKSIDtl)J0N:tS &uffiMUCD OPIMM&fc av MATTRESS YOU GET 41 AND REA6Blft'Spi24H2S IN 6 GUA'RANTE w m htm &JLMmMu'fiM 53 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 poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & 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 j'uA the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. Made in the best qualities of Satin Finish, dustproof tickings, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresees. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to wty. Our Specialty Rabbit Season. Birmingham Five little men wont hunting, Out where the rabbits roam; Three little men got in tho way, And two little men came home. Age-Heral- d. A Barnyard Question. Leslie's Weekly. Said old Farmer Jenkins to his wife, . As she sat by the fire knitting, "When an old hen broods on a nest of eggs, Is that hen setting or sitting?' "Well I don't know as to that she replied; "But this puzzle to solve I am trying; When a hen cackles to beat the band, Is that hen layinc or lying?" Stenographer. Miss Estella Bicknell offers her services as stenographer and typewriter to all who may need work in that line. 21-t- f Office with Judge Shackelford. White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Rooms For Rent Apply to John Aliman, Collins stroot or Aliman & Pigg, Main street. tf OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specially w;. Sfreet, below First The Photographer For Rent My residence on the Summit. 22-tMBS. SAIXIBRlTPOUItX f Visit the bargain counter at Rice & Arnold's. m m R.O. L. s. O, 3t WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH HUSTLING CASH STO RE ARE YOU : INYITED--WHEN WE SELL MAY MANTON WILL YOU GOME PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? I to Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Everything NewUp to Now! 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. . Gents' & Boys' Clothing "We All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts, and more of them than even Remember we make good every pair . of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes " for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribbon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give "Satisfaction. A trial pair is all we ask---a customer is assured to us. nd want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, we have ever been able to secure. We defy .all :. $I0 TO .$30 . competition on .- - $10 AND $15 'ewanf -- tt to 4show; you "j&cIargcst .'assortment d;: Jnfarits and Misses 'Coats you have seen ihrthiscity. Prices ranging from . . -' $lf0 TO ' , ' $7,50 "V " : .Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 andi; $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. tWe are showing big values in Corduroys,.. .Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to J&iO; Be sure to see them before making a purchase. . ; . You are invited When will you come? :We wantHo show you pur array oi Dress,Goods Waistmgs,' Ginghams, Percales, Outings, ect., etc. In iact we want to show .you what you want in any line 'I ' -- YOU ARE INVITED .WHEN WILL YOU COME? - Corner First Hamiltoj o & Main G r o'tli e r s Richmond, Kentucky 3 Dead At Nearly 100. Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the min-4- 1 te" as we constantly watoh the market Sor new xind worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our 'line of zen of Madison county, occurred in this city, Saturday. November 18th, 1911, at the home of Mr. J. E. Greenleaf. Cashier The death, of probably the oldest citi DAVIESS SCHOOLS Tin Otoimr A Fair Offer Your Money Back if You're Not Satisfied. 12 tablots 10 cents; 30 t our store. ttab'ets 25 cents 60 tablets 50 cents. Sold Rexall Store. only at our store-rT- he H. L. Perry, Richmond. Ky Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts Etc "5mart 5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses OaW and see us as we are now ready to take care of 3'ou on all Fall and Winter Goods - OWEN McKBE Bazaar Dec. 2, Ladies Aid Society of Christian church. Paste this in your bat aad don't forget it. Mrs. Hanley Kippert, of Cincinnati. rtitiBia mm woiaui it is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. JHE CLIMAX PRINTING CO J. D. Dykes, on Woedtend avenue. (Incorporated.) Mr. Louis Sparks, of Estill county, who has been a juryman at the United Pres. as4 Mgr. States oourt, left fer heme yesterday. A D. Miller Sec'y-Trea- s. Mr. B. A. Smith and stetor. Miss W. 6. White Mattie Smith, of Jefferson. Iowa, are Ktnter l guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. WbitUngASSOOUTIOM PRCS6 kXXTOCKY of the Southern National Bank, in the personof "Aunt Manda," as she was called by all, who knew her. Amanda DeSoto, or as she was known, Amanda Hawkins was nearly one hundred years old. Her exact age was not known. In early life she belonged to n Mr. Ballard, uncle of the late Captain P. P. Ballard. When about 18 years of age, CapL Cary Hawkins, grandfather of Mrs. J. L. Greenleaf, bought her and she remained in the family until the day of her death. Whentlje Emancipation Proclamation went into effect and the negroes were freed, Aunt Manda would "not accept the situation, but remained in the family of CapL Hawkins. She was twice married, her last bus band being a Mexican, Lupcs DeSoto, whom many of our older citizens recall as a servant and attenaant 01 lapi. Hawkins. She had lived for many y cai s in the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Greenleaf, and after she became so in firm from age as not to be able to work, they took the same watch cao over her, taking care of all her wants until her She was buried Sunday after death. noon from the Methodist church, where her funeral was preached by Presiding Elder, Frank Davis, her burial being in the Richmond cemetery, in the family lot of CapL Hawkins. Tills aged negro woman was loved by all who knew her, and as one of the family who knew her woll, said, "was true to every trust im Can any higher posed upon her." eulogy bo passed upon anyone? Among her papers, Aunt Manda had preserved the bill of sale, conveying her from the Ballard estate to CapL Cary Hawkins. Send us - your order at once for Thanksgiving turkey, celery, oysters,etc. Tata Cnwri. 1 Tri Wk liS BLEAK i AS k CATTLE BARN Schoolhouio For White Pupils a "Cry ing Shame" and Those For Colored Children Alrnott Beyond the Flight of Imagination. Simply to show that these condi tions, these same wretched .school con- diUons, are common nil over the state I went to Daviess county. In the west ern part of Kentucky. This Is another of those old, rich communities that were luxurious and prosperous long before the civil war, and It Is therefore able to build and equip comfortable schools for all of tho children within Its borders. Out In what Is known as the but I must not show pictures and tell names at tho same time-wh- ere corn, tobacco, hay and wheat are grown In perfection, i discovered a poor little school building that was al most ready to go to pieces. Its front looked as if the children had needed extra fuel or kindling during the cold weather for their old battered drum stove. I am glad to be able to say that Ingenious Little Invention. Some college girls Invented an In ' genlous apparatus for boiling a ketWe pay for all the medicine used tle, when they wanted tea instead of trial, if our remedy j a chafing during the concoction. It is made fails to completely relievo you of consti- of heavy dish wire, bent at the ends ''to pation. We take all the risk. You are not obligated to us in any way whatever. rest un uie ciinuug uuu wauu. .. if you accept our offer.- - That's a mighty hardware dealer will make It for a broad statement, but wo mean overy few cents. Tho kettle Is set down word of it. Could anything be more fair on the framework, which comes withv for you? in two inches ot the frame. treatA most scientificcommon-sensis Rexall Orderlies, which are ment Offensive Officers. eaten like candy. Thelractive principle "BHIle Longears. Is .awfully sore on is a recent scientific discovery that is "Yes. They've arrested odorless, colorless, and tasteless; very' the police pronounced, yet gentle and pleasant in him four times now. and each time action, and particularly agreeable ill they've taken him to tbe pound Instead everyway. They do not cause diarrhoea, Dfto jail." Harper's Weekly. nausea, hatulonce. griping, or any inconvenience whatever. Re.xall Oderlies Windows. are particularly good for children, aged Most women seem to think that and delicate persons. If you suffer from chronic or habitual windows are made merely to be fitconstipation, or the associate or depend- ted with curtains that will keep out ent chronic ailments, we urge you to try the light RememRexall Ordorlios at our risk. ber, you can get them in Rechester only e Be XtianRf ul The pilgrims gave thanks despite their woes. What with Indian foes, and all the de9p snows They'd have been twice as thankfuj, you may suppose If they had known of SCHLOSS BROS. CLOTHES. Kran Berry Socce. Worst Is Yet to Come.. . Bad Winter Is Ahead of Us. If vou haven't been fitted out from our stoclcl let us ask all-arou- a visit right now. We have everything to wear when you go for your annual attack upon that Thanksgiving Turkev. The Bird i gives a piece That all may eat : The Shoe gives peace The clothes we. sell vou are noteworthv for Cloth, Fit and Workmanship. All around Belts for the man, and we give one with a suit, too. You will find the smartest styles for the happy season in Shirts with style; new scarfs m English silks, cross stripes and the plain tie for father. And such "Comfy" Gloves, besides Kneeland Shoes, Hawes Hats and imported Caps to add to your reasons to be thankful. Jo women's feei OF AM ERIC A wears the famous Queen Quality Shoes, and says her feet alwavs look nice, and so will yours if you will come in and get a fitting for once and see the style, comfort, fit aDd wear of the greatest Shoe for women. Just one place in town you can buy them, too. A very special thing, jus t now is the High Tan Boot. Get in before winter is gone. Mrs. Leslie Carter Your Thanksgiving Holiday will be replete with greater rejoicing if you are careful to have shoes that give you absolute comfort, and" have a style that you are proud to display. We. have selected Thanksgiving specialties with great care, and with regard to the demands of people, and we know we can please you. So if it's boots for an outing, slippers for house wear, or pumps for a party come to our shop and we'll fit ycu wtth care. shoe-particul- BE THANKFUL and remember that always the Merchandise is offered you by World's Best The Richmond Climax. 2l C. C Cultos. - EI6HIH BKTMCT CBIOE with two birds. Mrs. Barlow's auction sale will begin . . Mil this afternoon at 2 o'eleok and will 00 n WEDNESDAY NOV 88 twine every afternoon and evening until the stock is disposed of. The freet fe&vtag laHea e Ue HiUe Messrs. W. P. Woedard, Jr., of hum talk, aad tfce Hrd tewIsbavine Louisville and W. B. Walsh, of Jackson f fU the hmrters were eet guests of Judge and the game ville, Fku, are the early Wednesday test North street. preteW.v trap-pe- e Mrs. J. C. Oheoault on take m the wteg r swc Bads, the popular young er netted, will sees be en tW local Mr. Shearer man, has taken a position with market. The spert wght to be e fer buoinicc as the Gaaae Wards has kept a Messrs. Ar kU & Simmons at their a white warehouse near the L. & X. depot. sbwy leekewt fer riotetws. Miss Buraam Taylor ontertained The LoodM Ecbo says that if Bill few of her friends st her home on Broad Bradley bad made one sere speeeb at way. Saturday evening, in honor of her AabteBd, Boyd eowty woM probably ousia Mr. Walter Batterioe of Ann have geee for MeOreary by W8. Itwem strong. Mo. fer O'Rear by 4. wfaea Hk normal ItajwMr. Root. R. Buraam spent Sunday Uiiua n&iaritr is about 1.000. Ab4 tbe with his oM fr.eod. CapC James Rogers. paper. Bcba is a staunch RepabUoaB in Bourbon oounty. Several other Pkobwctms ot tobaeeo by priacipal eoncenial friends were present and an st UK was: Keawoky 2W.1W.009; Kortb enjoyable day was had. Oaiwltoa.lOi.S98.O0Q; Vrgtata,0S,8 President J. O. Crabbe, of the State Okie. ftS.8K.009. Peaaeylvtwia, W,,- XeraaL will address the first annual Mfc WKooDria. 47.176,000; Cwwecucu, convention of the Ninth Congressional District educators whiah convenes at 8S,tS,tm Carlisle November 34, and 35. Phbmbbkt Taft praetie&Uy has eaded Mr. C. K. OMbam, of Ml Sterling, tbe feaeest trip ever lake by a Presi hi Richmond on business, Thursday Durteg Unite States. dent of the 18,009 test. Mr. OMbam is the "Busy Bee' sixty-iv- e days be Mwrel aheat States and made of ML Starling, the same as his brother miles, visited thlrty-ea- e W. D. Oldham is the "Busy Beo" ot Madison oounty. At a jotat ceafereaee ef State ami Mr. Joe Sefeafhattsea, who has been hlaral iBMaicrattea officiate bold at with Mr. Mtddleton for several years, in WaeMactea test Thursday it was the the drug busiaess. is taking a sojourn oeaeoncac oC optotoa that Bever in Lexington and Covincton, until the than a greater demand fer farm laborers first of next month. He is aocompanied than at present. by his family, who will accompany him on his journey to the latter place, to Kipigratmjn at the bettem of the Maine Keveaber 14th. dteelesed visit his mother. further evideaoe that expteeien was Dr. L. H. Blanton and wife of Dan aaueed by outward pressure. The bedy ville: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dickson, Paris, f a unusually tall ms was reoevered Mrs. J. S. Head and son Ben. Ashland, have been with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar foam bailor room. Bteatoa for several days. Dr. Blanton The UuHedD&ugbtersef Confederacy, tilted the pulpit for Dr. Crutchfield on in easMea at Rtehaead. Va.. call upon Sunday moraine and delighted his tbe United States Government to sub- - hearers with his address. "War between the stfUrte tbe tarn Hustling "Jim" Walker was States" for "Oiril War" aad "War-- of Louisville test week in the interest the RebeUien" in all oSetel references. the Poultry show to be held in this city Last week the Supreme Court of Mis the first week In December. Here souri ousted the iBtematienal Harvest or what the Louisville Post says of him Oempaay from doing busiaess in that "Among the familiar faces seen this State aad fined it 869,000, the tetter pay week was that of Mr. J. B. Walker of Richmond. Jim is a human "dyna able by January 1 191S. mo" when it comes to making a success Got. MaBD of Virginia, faHed to make of the poultry show in his large oity a statement ooceruing the Beattie oase Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith of Rich' He conferred with ob the 14th inst. ooncersinp mood. State president of the Federa od the eenvtaied man's oouasel Clubs, addressed a large and enthusiastic a respite of thirty days. crowd of ladies Wednesday afternoon at Tbe fifth council of tbe Department of the home of Mrs. Yager. In her attrac Sewaaee is ia session at Kaoxville, at tive way, Mrs. bmitn toH ot the many tended by Episcopalians from many works fostered by the Clubs and of their iaflueuec. aad popularity. Georgetown Southern States. IN ADVANCE es-Ir- e, tl.09 n. LEAGUE. Mr. Irvine Hume gave a bird supper PH BUSKERS at Joe's, Saturday evoaiBg to a few TEAB special friends. Every guest was served FEB aaj ui .; Let us urge upon you to do yourXmas shopping early, that you may have better selootion in choicest of gift- sALMOST BEAUT TO 00 TO FIECE3, jewelry. a pew building Is soon to replace this Wdces & one, nnd it is high time, for the county superintendent said: "It's a shame, a crying shame. I Christian Church Items. know It and feel It all the time; so do Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Moore 01 near any number of other superintendents Midway, were visitors at the parsonage all over the state. But what can we do when the general public simply Saturday uml Sunday. Brother W. L. Orutcher has been says over and over again, 'I went to a one, got my education. superintendent of tbe Pond Bible School school like that all I ever had, and what was good x years. Has anyone in the enough for thirty-sifor me Is good enough for my county a longer torm of service, or even own children, I reckon?' " in the State! We went inside the old shack, and Last Sunday's services were largely the county superintendent asked me to attended, many of our Presbyterian look at the rough walls, the knife brethren meeting with us in the absence hewn desks of a pattern long out of The date. Then be said: of Dr. Scanlon from his pulpit. "What kind of work can you get attendance at the Bible School was 237, out of 'em when it's so much worse and the offering more than $10. than they aro used to at home? Next Sunday will be the annual Rally Mighty rough, isn't It? But that isn't Day, and all the members of the school, the real tough part of It I came out and particularly those who are not in here during a sudden cold snap last to sfe how they could heat the the habit of attending are urged to be winter school. You'll notice they have a piece presenL A special offoring will be taken of an old stove In the middle of the for the benefit of missions in America. room and there is no protector about There ought to be 300 present. It to distribute tho beat I made tbe A circumstanco of morethan ordinary child who was sitting next to the interest was iho presence in the congre stove move his scat, and I placed a gation last Sunday of three students of thermometer where he had been sit ting, busy with his lessons. THE Bethany College who sat under the in MERCURY RACED UP TO 110 DECampbell, W. B GREES. I took the same thermomstruction of Alexander Smith, W. R. Moore, who was a visitor eter and hung it against the far wall for the day, and W. L. Cruteher. They of the wind shaken house. IT are a connecting link between the pre DROPPED SUDDENLY TO 40 DE sent and a passing generation, It is not GREES. No child could do real mental often that three students of Mr. Camp-boll's are found in one congregation. Wrm-rrxGTO- W. NO SMOKE 1. OLDHAM & CO. For Thirty Years Richmond's Greatest Store NO SOOT NO DIRT jointless leg bottom and base with full The radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or Las ever been made in the historv of the stove industry. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the sto.o air-tigbelow the grate, which is the only true principle. It ill be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today. The Hot Blast Air-TigFlorence will heat twice the space that can be heated by any other stove on earth at one-hal- f the cost. The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever been made. All features are patented and no stove manufacturer, dealer or user can copy or use same for 17 years from date of patent without incurring liability for an action for damages. ht fire-keeping ht ar . EVERYTHING CONSUMED At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION only Hero's a .beautiful new creation from the Fall line of Sit Kid Shoes for youug you'll bo women. Ask to seo this charmed with its exclusive stylo Jm I. S. spa STANIFER, Corner Second and Main Streets The Home of Good Clothes. W O. PARK, WITHPINNELl-HcMULLE- N LIVE SIO K COMMISSION CO., On the ove of this holiday soason, w are better prepared to snow you a com KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, The No. 21 If is will heat 1 ing to directions: small room all winter with two tons of slack or 3-- the Florence is operated accord-- , lum-coa- l. s plete line than ever before. Wixes & WniTTixoTOs, Yes. children believe plenty of qne things. I suppose all ot you navt bad the pocketbook fever when yo were little. What do I meant Why ripping up old pocketbooka in th firm belief that bank bills to an im mense amount were bidden In them So, too, you must all remember some Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: Good to choice fleshy stcors, 1150 to 1200 lbs Good to choice stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs Good to choice yearling steers Good to choico steer calves, 7 to 10 months old Good to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 months old Good to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers Good to choice stock cows. 3 to f$ years old Kansas City, Mo., November 10, 10 11. ." Childish Beliefs. $5.40 4.G5 2IEAK AS A CATTLE BARN. . .... 4.50 5.00 4.00 3.50 3.40 $0.25 5.25 5.50 0.00 5.C5 4.85 3.75 bat-tles- splendid unfulfilled promise of some body or other, which fed you with hopes perhaps for years, asd which left a blank in your life which notb Ing has ever filled up. Holmes. Porcelain Not of Persia. True porcelain was never produced in Persia, but hard paste porcelain lr Persian forms and styles of decora Hon was made In China for tbe Pet slan xnarkeL Wine ewers with pow der blue glaze and gold overglaze dec oration, small vase, and bowls wltb bronze luster glaze and designs re served in white are found in collee Uons of Persian ware, but these are unquesUonably of Chinese origin. Moscow's Municipal Pawnshops. In Moscow, Russia, the pawnshop Is a municipal affair. Last year over half a million artcles were pawned having a valuation of over $3,000,000 It Is noUced that In March and April the poor clement of Moscow keeps the pawnshop busy, and during that parts period customarily wltb Its war t overclothlng. Cakkbgie donates 285,000,000 for edu Mr. T. 0. Vaughn, the hustling repre catienal purposes ia tbe United States, Pittsburg-BuffalCo. in grand total of donations thus sentative of the making a KeoMoky, was called to Pittsburg last far 815,500.000. meeting of all the Thursday, where o News. immediate relief owing to tbe failure of gigantic coal company was hold. The meetiBg was held in the Friok building. crops la twenty Russian provinces. and after the business was transacted, ,A New York sporting man bets SI. 000 banquet was given by the company at acatast 26.000 that Roosevelt will be whiah over a hundred managers and President in 1912. salesmen were sealed. Ovbr 02,000 women registered in Los Mr. F. B. Oarr, wife and son, of Lexington, spent two days last week with Aageles, Cal., for eleotion Dec. 5th. Mrs. the family of Mr. P. M. Pope Mr. Oarr and Mis, Pope are sisters. Oarr was formerly station agent of the Mrs. Kilty Gordon, of Xtohoksviile is L. & N. R.R. at this place. Since here. vistting Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gordon. he has been several times promoted Jor is now General Mrs. War&eld Bennett entertained ofSoient services, Agent of the L. & N. R. R with head her Bridge Club, Saturday afternoon Mr. Allen Zarlnr with Mr. T. W. quarters at Lexington and is making good in that position. Perkins, is at Williamsburg, hunting. A recent number of the Montgomery for all occasions." Bead the uitls (Ala.) Advertiser, contained a page advertisement elsewhere in this issue. write up ot Mrs-- J. I. McEinney better J. D. Wiseman of Sams, is in known as "Katydid." It is useless to Riohmond, for a few days, on business. say the mere mention of such a name. Miss Bottle U. French spent tbe week brings floods of tender and loving end with Mrs. W. K. McOiure at Perry. memories to a whole host of friends, viHe. here, of this charming little woman. Mr. W. D. Oldham spent a few days who spent so many years of her life in In MU Sterling the latter .end of last Richmond, and it was here some of her best poems were written. Mrs. Mcweek. Alt Zoz, a hat drummer fer many Einney ranks among the first women vears. last week visited Riohmond. lie writers of the South.and Richmond feels proud to have once claimed her. SI10 reports good sales. is not only a writer of verse, but has Miss Hester Covington entertained herj song writer and afternoon, at her gained x reputation as a Bridge Oiub, Saturday novelist as well. Her home is said to home on the Summit. be one of the most beautiful andar'.lstic Hiss Abb Dejaraett has returned from spots in Montgomery, and is knowa as a delightful two weeks visit to friends The Rest." No woman who ever left and relatives in irginia. Riohmond was, more beloved than Mrs. 3. W. Zarkwr. of Riohmond, is "Katydid," and in her book of peess, thofaeetof her daughter, Mrs. J. D. so many are nanea wun utcttmond Allen. Carlisle Mercury. seenesand people. Both she and her Mr. J. L Ptera will leave us December husband have the hearty good wishes of let, in Florida. His wif their old home friads for many years of happiness Mid prosperity. bawTWtiaf tbre for sob time. bc a Embt million persons are in need of managers and representatives of this Recognizing People. Data have been gathered In Ger many with reference to the distance at which persons may be recognized by their faces and figures. If one has good eyes, the Germans claim. one cannot recognize a person whom be has seen only once at a greater dlrtanco than 82 feet If the person Is well known to one. one may recog nlze him at 300 feet and If it Is member ot one's family, even at 600 feet Scientific American. No Wedding Presents.' Those who are opposed to the glv tng of wedding presents will bail wltb approval tho step taken by a very wealthy Chicago society girl. When her wedding Invitations wero Issued they contained this sentence: "It Is a special request that no gifts shall be sent" Probably there are others who will follow her example. work with this difference in temper ature in the schoolroom, and there was grave danger for the children physically." If the white schools in old Kentucky arc bad the negro schools in many localities arc almost beyond tbe flight of imagination. At a small village in this county of Daviess I ran across a very poor one. not any worse than others I had seen, but it was rather peculiar In its style of architecture. The windows were broken, the door unlocked and partly ajar, the front steps entirely gone, and the fence that had once separated the building from the roadway had disappeared except for some lonely pieces of posts. On pushing open the loose door I saw a bleak interior, with trash covering a badly warped floor. The room contain ed a rusty stove, overflowing ashes on to the floor, and two rickety benches made of undressed lumber. The 'Vails of the room were made of undressed riding1 nailed to studding and stripped. There had never been any luner wall of plaster or celling to keep out the cold. IT WAS AS BLEAK AS A CATTLE BARN. Is it any wonder that Illiteracy stalks a menacing figure about tbe old state of "the dark and bloody ground?" To assist in the strong campaign necessary for the development of the educational movement buttons bearing tbe Inscription "My $ for Improve meut Kentucky schools" are to be sold by the educational committee In Louis-- The No. 49 er No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms .ill wlntor with 2 4 tons of slack or lump coal. Tho No. 51 or No, 25 will heat 3 or-- 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump coal." Tho No. 53 or No. 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 55 will heat a large store or school room with G tons of slack or lump coal. For a church, less coal will be required. Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner of tho same sizo and heat twico the space. FOR SALE BY Where Cleanliness Reigns .There Is a Place, a Season and a Reason for Everything. For every seasonable thing in the DOUGLAS, SIMMONS & DEATHLRAGE The 2nd Street Hardware Store EYer Take the Pledge ? It vat formerly cuttomary for the habitual drinker to take the pledge regularly, once a year, and .oaietimea in every lit of remorae that followed hia debauches, and then Break it. Bat now it ia gradually dawning on tha world that pledget do not stop drunkenneat. The nervous tystem of the habitual drinker it diseased and he must hare treatment that will cure his condition. If Orrine doea not benefit after a trial, yoar raonej will be refunded. ORIUNE costt but $1 a box. Call at our atore and get a free, booklet. Well gladly telt yon all abont this meritorious rcmedj for theliqnor habit, ome-tim- Grocery Line And there's a reason why we sell them- - The Quality Bring Your Jug and Have It Filled With PERRY'S DRUG STORE Pure Old Estill County Sorghum Try These They'll Please SEWELL & McKINNEY Richmond's Quality Meat Market Tho chances aro Tho farmer brought him here. And thoso other little pifis That stayed at homo No doubt will bo brought here, too. We are headquarters for llle. Normal Notes. Dr Crabbe and Prof. Sharon represented Eastern at tho Greater Kentucky Convention held in Louisville last week. This convention consisted largely of the most progressive men in the State, animated by an ambition to place Kentucky in the front rank of the Union. They were careful, wise and harmonious in their deliberations. The chief subjects which engaged attention were Education, Good Roads, and Tax reform. The work of the Normal schools, though still in their infancy,, has so impressed the people that they received spesial montion for help by the Committeo on Resolutions. Dr. Crabbo and Prof. Coate'wore appointed on the Committee on School Legislation. The other members were Prof. Patterson, of Stato University, President Arthur Yeager, of Georgetown Collego and Prof. McHenry Rhoades, State SuperMrs, Roark visor of High Schools. represented the Wonens' Clubs and made a strong presentation of their work. Quality Groceries Await You Here Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 5econd-s- ChoicoPork t. o. t PERSONALS J. T. FERR1ELL . ! Real Estate Agent Oldham Building "Home of Good Reds" Lightning's Freak. A strange freak ot lightning Is re ported .from France. During a recent thunderstorm the lightning struck three byres In a village in tbe department of the Loire, killing off the cows t" each byre that were lying down 16 In all while all thoso standing up escaped unhurt. Making Use of Richmond, Ky BUY YOUR Guns, AUCTION Silt TROPHY CUP The above is one only of the manv Silver Own to be awarded at our coming Poultry Show on December 6. rorsiufa At Sonthwark. London, and at SL Ouen. France, street rubbish Is trans formed Into a marketable product At Southwark all the refuse Is crashed to a powaer, which is sold as a manure: Mart King, tho inimitable slorytoller, At St Ouen the powdr thus. made, will bo with tho Bostonia Orchestra .at with the addition of combustible sub- tho Normal chapel. Friday evening. stances. Is formed Into a cheap tueL His fun and philosophy will entertain the critical. . The Fool Abroad. Thanksgiving Service. Whenever a fool gets away from home ho 'seems to. be afraM some Rev. G. W. Crutchfield will prwh body may pass him without notlehuj tho Thanksgiving sermon at the Presbyhis foolishness. Chicago terian church, Thursday moraine VNoy 30tb, at 11 o'clock. All are cordially Invited. Triumph of th Yowflf. Wo tevke our customers to let us Modern life is arranged entirely to uit the tastes and needs of the you sc- know tbolr holiday wants We. will mate every effoit to plsaia. ot generation. The Graphic. 0 Street Rubbish. Cartridges Hunting Outfit ' . w selling our GUN8 AT Fr6m.the Old Reliable jjtand. W COST''as long as they htstj so you had. hurry and pwefeftse "jusi' what you wast before they re all gone. Just rooeivd' a .fresh shipment of SHELLS from the factory. Don't" forget the The "Homeof Good Reds" Tronhv Gun will bonwarded to the best Rhode Island Red in the shovr. nnA thmr class Mrs. J. M. Bartow, I will sell at will be one of the largest of the show, for there are manv good Reds in the State that will be here. "Home of Good in the store room now occupied by her teus is ine name oi tne Foultry Farm, proprietor of which ch Mala street is Richmond, Ken- is Mr. F. EL Gordon at Kexington, Ky. In presenting this tucky the entire stoek rf ladles' tailor- Cup to the Madison County Poultry Show Mr. Gordon says, ed suits, cteks, skirts, waists, ladies' the birds shown from the "Hnmp. nf firwl T?or1a" will not underwear and notions, the fixcompete for this Cup, and he hopes sorneTRhode Island Red tures ia mki store; This stock contains all the latest rsse in iaaison uounty will win it. styles Mid novelties of the mtmm Pursuant to an order of the Madison County Court, made and entered at the Madison term, 1911, as Assignee. of Publie Auction bttr IHace. Wuiii & Wkttigtok. D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. "Home of Good Reds1' have in the, last few Years bred and raisMwe of the best Rhode Is&ad Reds in this WEMBS9AY, RWEftBEl It, 11 country, w2.fcfcey sell a great many winniag birds for the at 2 p. m., Id tbe Uibece BtUldia. iwwiivg snows, rney exhibited a big stria of Reds last and will continue afternoon and evening-until year at the Kentucky State Poult rv Show and sweot tha the entire stock Is tnUt. MEMS BIIKMMI, ASSKISE. snow ior me arst prices. baffUkiaas. U the ebaoee of a lifetime to sectm Hale viil begin on w SECTION TWO THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1911 I SECTION TWO 38th YEAR NUMBER 23 Going to Build? Lumber BLAHTOH-GOn&LETOn IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR IMR Incorporated COMPANY Near L & A. Depot 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. 9. B. Shackeleford k Telephone 33 Co. Main Street, West 11 rHEN your residences a .d store buildings need YV to painted and papered, or decorated in any of way, see me about it, as I am prepared to do all kinds 1 Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. I at all work except such as I invite you to inspect Also, times I will your house, etc. before being applied to of your patronage, and promise on appreciate a share in return for same honest work and materials. Very respectfully yours, will use nothing in the way of materials oo your W. L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky ARD BANK ismsm PLACE LIT dollar hoarded away EVERY taken out of circulation is dead money. Not alone are you endangering it by hiding it, but you are depriving the community of the use of that money, and depriving yourself of the interest it would earn m bank. IT State Bank ft Trust Co. TEAM SCWL FW TEACKtS Certifi-CUUKjtrJ RICHMOND, KY. State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A rATTDCTC Preparatory. State County cate, Ufa Diploma, Certificate, Roviow, Special NEXT SESSfON BtGWS NOV. T 20 FKEE ASK ABOUT IT. TUITION APMWTEES ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. any event were worse than problemevery scrap that was atical. The end was almost certain. took from edible 'and portable; without much reBut she was happy. The first veal gard for the niceties she made it up ray of happiness which had entered In a heavy parcel which she tied with her soul since the beginning of the Q Million, Plaintiff, napkins. She remembered that the great awakening, whfi-vs. bad culminwater tank in the launSh had been ated in the frightful sceae of the Felix Clahk. Etc., Defendants. Under and by virtue ef a Judgment filled, so that for a time at least she night illumined her being As she sat would lack nothing. Carrying bag and In the stern sheets, her hand on the and Order of Sale rendered at the Oote bundle In her hands and with the boat steering wheel, listening to the steady ber Term of Madison Circuit Court fc cloak over her arm and a straw hat drumming of the motor, seeing the the above styled actios, the undersigned! Master Commissioner of said court, wm tied on her head, after one long look black water broken into foam by tho on at the man, she turned and went aft boat's bows flash by her, keeping the and the starboard after launch steady on her course by the Friday, stateroom, her own. aid of the compass needle, her eyes The boat's painter had been affixed turned ever and anon to the fast di- at 10 o'olook A M. on the premises sell VV to the highest and best Public to the starboard side of the yacht She minishing point of light which marked Auetion, the feUowiag bidder at kind or described ILLUdTRATOid 3Y 7 opened the stern window and looked tho rapidly disappearing yacht, and so muoh theref as wifl produce the sum vfyreRj out She leaned far out and by great she realized that she was free. She of $1513.00 and costs of salt ' K0rtSr.isO9.BTr iKCCHXAHM. COPYRKMT m CftCAT BRITAIN good fortune in the darkness caught had hurled out of her path and how ceremony than a clasp of the no otlier CHAPTER VI. the painter. The boat of course, was she exulted in her own prowess; It Tracts Two hand and an unspoken, wordless swinging to a long rope. She pulled was something of a salve to her soul of Silver of laad promise of trust, devotion, single-hearte- d The Baseless Fabric at this line cautiously, although the for the wretched humiliations which or parcelsMadlsea on the wafers generally county, Ky., Creek in alliance, publicly and before True pblloepby is ascetic-- . It may effort taxed her strength to the ut- had been heaped upon it she had described as follows: best be pracUced under conditions in God and man, without a thought for most Indeed, she seemed possessed hurled out of her path and stricken No. 1, containing 17 home-bake- d which the material is in abeyance. It the one and with no full realization of a fictitious strength for the time down a3 any other animal might have 15 Tract said load lying on tfeeacres aed poles waters at exalts the spiritual. It is distinguished of the thoughts of the other at least being else she never could have ac- done him who had brought her to this Silver Creek, aad adjoining tfee off by Indifference to environment. There on her part they had gone away topass. She was away from him. tarct of Geo. Masters aad ethers aad keycomplished her hard task. But she awful is nothing so fatal to its profession as gether, hand in hand; he and she tomanaged to get the boat practically free from him. She was onee more, ing the same laad eeaveyed to Kelfec any other pair extravagance. Frugality Is to the gether, in love like under the cabin at last She fastened so far as wind and wave allowed, the Clark by Martha Fife, by deed dated philosopher what modosty Is to a since Eve mated with Adam in the the painter to her bed, which was of master of her fate, the mistress of her Deo. 31, 1800 recorded la Deed Book W oa page 413, to which reference Is hate-b- y woman the essential tning wiinout dawn of the world's first morning. brass and securely screwed to the destiny. made. which it and she cease to be. Yet there has never been an Eden floor. Then she cut off the line and She was glad In her heart, too, that Tract No. 2, adjoins tho foregoing 17 The atmosphere into which Kathar of which man has known without its tied the bundle of provisions and her there were to be no physical consebag and cloak to the end of it These quences from her brief allia&oe. She acres aad 15 poles aad frosts on tile ine Brenton was suddenly plunged by serpent. In the cabin of that gorgeous Barnes Creek she dropped down Into the boat did not realize that there were to be bridge Mill pike near tfee Silver ColHas her hold step was the very antithesis, yacht Sathanas reared hisTiead. The and adjoins the lands Among the petty articles was a sharp other consequences which not even all Coy. Squire Moberiey, Davis, of of theee requirements. It was un first week or so of the adventure had &., healthy, and like unhealthy airs it been filled with Idyllic happiness, hap sailor's sheath knife fastened to a lan- the water of the seas over which she taining 20 ares more or tots Mtohultiig yard. She slipped this lanyard into her floated could wash out There was a the bouse of Jefferson Kmbry. There feas bred disaster. She had been trained piness so great that it was strong to Independence of conditions, to dis- enough to quiet certain low, still, small blouse. Then she climbed up on the strange elation in her soul. She felt been three acres more or less sold of tMs port sill and. essayed the dangerous as if in some way she had vindicated laad, and is not to be sold. There is regard of circumstance's, as well as to voices of conscience which the woman descent herself. She was glad that her right to be. There was something excluded from the above boundary an disdain of restraint; but there was rightly ascribed to a strange atavism she was a strong, athletic woman, yet in her philosophy and did oppor-- i old graveyard. 39 feet square this fcofeig that within her surroundings which, of ancient prejudice to which her philconvey d to ta Ch No Alum No Lhna used to trusting to her own skill and tunity serve, could she get free from from her first experience of them, she osophy was as yet unequal. p t powers, for it was no easy task to the dangers that encompassed her, she ed Feb. S. 1807, recorded in Madison instinctively to he vitiating, which However, such conditions did not felt slide down that rope and get into a vowed that she would prove It tended to deprave, which precluded long persist. Her disciple was InCounty Clerk's Oflfee. Deed Book N, All night long she stared awake. page 142 to which refereMo is acnoey boat trailing along beneath the counthe exercise of clear, uninfluenced clined, presently she found to her sormentality. Especially in her case was row, to take a somewhat lower view ter of a yacht going perhaps 12 knots keeping the launch in her course. made. an hour Fortunately the engine was When . morning broke she was abso this true since the luxury with which of. the situation than suited her own There is a splendid residence aad aN views. The ardor of her well aft and the bow of tifb launch lutely alone upon the ocean. Standing necessary oulbuildines, a mw tat-she had been surrounded appealed so subtly to the preponderant, and it devotee cooled as his passion in- put herself beyond the pare of their holding was high out of the water; else her erect upon a seat, from her low van- - baceo bara.IO aeres in rich bottom landi 'cm lor a good many thouweight would have pressed it down tace coint she could see nothing but 15 acres upJaad that can be euUfcmtetl! must be admitted, immortal feminine creased. Shut up in the narrow con- sympathies. Being meroly stupid men, sands of years and you can't change in her composition. Sex distinction, fines of a ship great and splendid with conventional ideas about pro- 'em. You belong to me now. To hell and the back wash from the yacht smoothly undulating sea. She break ami toe laad is about 3 miles Iron JOMJ sparingly from her scanty store mood. sex difference was the one thing though this yacht was beyond imagina- priety, in that event they would be your equality! You arc nothing would perhaps have swamped the fasted on a Tbrms: Said land will and resumed her post at the wheel. credit of six and twelve be sold ticae, against which she fought Sex equality tion little characteristics heretofore less apt to Interfere than ever. It was with nor less than my property, and launch. months was the supreme good to be desired In .unsuspected developed In the mere true she could do nothing. She sank more you," any rate, she succeeded, although She was tired and sleepy, but while the purchaser beinc required te axeio At mark he reached out a tremher scheme of right relationships be- man. The course1 of true lovo was not down on a hassock, clenching her bling finger and shook it at her, "your after sho got her foot in the bows she the little engine was alive, she could Sale Bonds payable to tfee Com annul ar not leave it to its own devices. She so smooth as the summer seas over hands. tween the Individual and the universe pac salvation is with me. If I cast you off, slipped and fell. But that she foil must hold on her chosen course as with approved security, b oaring "until While she rebelled against her sex, which they sailed. The air in which cent interest from date of sate straight aft upon the cloak and bun As she sat, her eyes fell on a chest you go into the gutter." long as the motive power remained. paid, with a lien retained to secure tk. yet she rejoiced in it. Glad was she they lived was rufiled by flurries in of drawers screwed against the bulkSho wondered vaguely how much dles she would have hurt herself sesometimes on that very account that which experience would have found head. The top contained various toilet more of this she could stand and live. verely. If she bad not fallen that way, She could not lose a moment while payment of the purchase money. II. f. KKE, M. V. X. V. U. to her was given the opportunity to presage for coming deeper storm. The articles of silver. Among them was a that motor throbbed and beat She "But don't be afraid," he went on If she had pitched to the right or the must be alive with would image that had feet of clay sought for picture, prove her superiority to the limita it Therewas exleft she would have gone overboard the picture of a woman. It with a drunken attempt at reassurtram similar earthly alloy In the companion was be time to sleep when it tlons, disabilities a,nd not her picture. Moved by what too hand- and that would have been the end, "you must put aa many or womankind. imnge which was made of pure' gold iulpulse she did not stop to analyze, ance, even are too fine and mels you are cracked, for for she knew that she would have died hausted. She some, if Horn of two fanatics on the same all through, and finding it not re- she rose and picked it up. The face that yet I'm glad to see you've come rather than appeal to that ship for leagues between her and pursuit by sented it desperately. The convert she looked at was Ineffably vulgar and to your senses." subject, whose insanity was modified help. She was fearful that the noise holding the direct course &a losg as was possible. and mollified by brilliancy of intellect having gained his desire, weakened in common Across the bottom was writThe farm upon which I now rauWa He rose heavily as he spoke and of her fall might have attracted the And so she sat there grimly, hands having been sold, I will on in every other field of Investigation his principles. There was no relaxa- ten In a scrawly unformed hand, "Your felt hl3 way around the table hand attention of some one on the deck, clutching the wheel through the losg devotion, in his tenderness, devoted wife." There was a date sevand experiment, Katherino Drenton tion in his over hand. Ho approached her. She but the poop of the yacht wa3 usth, '1 It had been trained to the hour for her in anything outward and visible, but eral years before that hour. Your de- let him do It. She shrank a little ually deserted at night ani It was un- day and through the longer night and SatlirdaV, NOV. profession, for the exploitation of her the high philosophy which had made voted wife! She had been in that closer together, every muscle tense for likely that any one would be up there. dimarinodl the joint effort almost a Scrambling to her feet she drew must have been half past ten on the otfor for sale tfee Miowing principles. The greatest of universi stateroom before; she had never seen action. She was no longer a woman; morning of the second day before the stock, etc: was slowly vanishties pointed to her with peculiar pride of demonstration that picture. He had only brought It she was a human tigress and her phil- her knife and severed the taut rope motor stopped. The silence, after the Two iaoks. one Naneteon 9nt. as one of the children of the free; ing from one heart while the other out since the rupture between them. osophy was gone. He was too drunk that held the launch to the yacht It the only registered jiaofc m tfee. parted instantly. She was whirled ceaseless drumming of a night a long free from everything In thought and clung the mora tenaciously to it to see it, too incapacitated to take entering county, aad aa extra breeder. Ml reAnd so It washe old, old story. In a little lationship while her, in into this backwards and sideways with a sud- day, a longer night and a still longer determined to be free from everything compliance warning. with morning, struck her with the same catspaw developed into the temin action. Much was expected from the tfee Terry Perkins jak. known with, principles and ideas which she "That's right," he continued as he denness that again almost threw her as the one of tfee best breeders her and the world was not disap- pest When it appeared It came with at least regarded as sacred and holy, lurched nearer to her. "Stay right out of the boat For one agonizing mo- strange sense of shock. She calculated The woman surprising swiftness. that the motor had been running for ever in the oounty. Four Jenpointed at the first result of her menhad not been a free man! There there. I'm coming to you as fast as ment the launch lay full In the broad 38 hours and that she had gone 330 nets, two with eolts at side. . found that in neither abstract thought he tal labor. There were certain was another woman to whom he had I can and when I get close to. you, beam of light that proceeded from the miles at least on her course. She had One extra mare mule eefe. people who deplored the nor mental speculation was there any been bound. Oh, not by the marriage we'll kiss, and " bright cabin window she had left For horse mules. ' Three 2 year-el- d one agonizing moment of suspense she seen nothing whatever of the yacht perversion of so much talent and even protection for her. There might be "tie that she disdained, but by the all broke. Three yearling home He was by her side now. He genius to the defense of error, but no God in heaven, but there was a con- honor which was supposed to exist straightened himself up with a spas- hung there and then the swirl of the :The chances that it would pkk her mules. Six brood marost need 'up, even If It came about and cruised these did not count. The world bought science in her breast Finally she among thieves and which certainly modic effort, released his hold on the wave carried her into the darkness. One aged atalHnn, workers. for her, a lonely speck la the ocean avidly broke away from the man so far as should exist among philosophers. And One Shetland, good worker. She lay directly In the wake of the her book in thousands, read it table and stretched out' his arms towere both to nothing. At any rate. were millions pony, good driver and saddler. and regarded It as the last word of she could do bo when they such a woman! A cold fury filled her ward her. And then she sprang at yacht and the launch was pitched up she phil had done all she could. Her Haxhall gefetfawr. Oae by the waves the last woman of the end of the age in the same ship of which he was lord mind as she looked, at the picture. him. How sho. did it she could never and down by theship withmadeviolence osophy for once stood her In good One well broke. rapidly moving on the sex problem. Cleverly disguis and master. She would have nothing The last completing touch had been toll, but in some way her outstretched a htaek soft by Lakeland J., well ing her philosophy in the form of fic- - more to do with him save that which given. To contempt and pity for him arms, grasping for his of motion that was sickening. There stead. There was nothing more to be tnereugbbred Five throat struck were a pair of oars in the broke. common decency and the bare civiliboat but done. She was dead for want of was added hatred. The combination Shorthorn eows and a Ives fey ties of life demanded of her. Denied transformed her. Instead of avoiding, him in the breast Unsteady on his she did not break them out She Just sleep. The sky had been slightly over Deatfeerage'sHaggin fewO. Two feet, he went down as If he bad been the privileges upon which he had she would seek him. herself down in the stern sheets cast since she had left the yacht but half Jersey cows, 8m mllfenss shot Such was the violence of his fall drewlay there had been no storm aad weatber counted, the man grew savage and Jersey oow, fresh there waiting. She knew that One He was still in the cabin. She could that the momentum carried her with and showed the cloven foot The disagreeiirst of year. Oae yearling heifthe clatter of the motor could be heard conditions looked Just as they had aad r hear him muttering thickly to himself. him. Sho fell upon him with ment became a quarrel. The quarrel er, extra good. One yearling a long distance in so still a night and seemed to be permanent Taking the precaution to examine Shorthorn, registered bull, pediran through several phases. Ashamed Impulsively she stepped to the door, force. His head went back and struck over so still a sea, and therefore, alShe turned the key In the lock, threw It the deck with a frightful-crasgree furnished or day of sale. the gasoline tanks and findtag that in of himself be had recanted at first open and entered the brilliantly herself was almost stunned by the though her impulse was to start It at deed they had been drained of tfee last Oae extra yearling steer, weight Th,en he had sworn again allegiance once, she restrained herself and 750 pounds. One cow and calf, to the specious phllisophy which she lighted luxurious cabin. He had dis- violence of her own fall, although his waited, watching the yacht rapidly dls drop, she carefully closed aad locked Two large Hue good milker. some now realized he had only professed, missed the attendants reappear time body broke it. appear. She could mark her course them, thereby assuring her salvation sows aad seventeen unShe arose and stood over him for easily by consciously or unconsciously, that he since with orders not to and spreading the boat eloak in the the light from that cabin Three Poland-Chin- a shoals, good. might possess her. But she was not less he summoned them, and they were a minute and then she lifted her foot window. Her ear was keen and she stern sheets with her bag for a pillow gelts, good. One Pofetnd-Ckiw- a any and brought it down upon him. He deceived. There was no truth In his alone. There was no likelihood of boar, ready lor service. listened until she could no .longer de- and her straw hat tied over her face One barronche, good eontBUoa. words; his asseverations carried no interruption whatsoever. The man, had said she was a mad woman and tect the beat and throb of the steam to shield It from the sun, she instantly who was leaning back in his chair, it was true. She was crazed by what One spring One no- - lop baggy. conviction to her soul. Again he er's engines. Then she rose and dropped to sleep. wagon. wagon. Oae stormed and raged; once more he bent forward when she opened the she had heard, by the horror of the started the motor. One oern Oae good mower. CHAPTER VIII. apologized and appealed, but the door. He laughed viciously. If she situation. She had. not changed her was provided with a com The boat siMe. sneller. One bran-neperiods of calm grew shorter and the had reflected, she would have mar- dress for dinner that afternoon. She pass, and although she could see no Seese harrow, plows, eie. Cast Up by the Sea. periods of storm grow longer and more veled at the change that a few weeks was wearing a pair of light boating star, sb e was able to set a course household aad kitofeea furniture one whom she had she was lucky for Day wa3 Just breaking again when vehement The woman alone was had wrought In worthy of her affec shoes. It evening slippershim. Ifhigh. which was directly at right' angles to One Redtant One refrigerator with hitherto deemed had worn awoke, neferense to her the woman steadfast. Sho was overwhelmed with Home stove, nearly new. tion, but she had eyes and thought for rigid heels, she would have mashed the course of the yacht She realized, watch which she had taken the preshame, the horror of the situation was Terms made known oa day of sale. nothing except the business in hand. his face beyond recognition. As it or at least she thought so, that she caution to wind Just before she re-Rot CL Whbk. rising upon her. upon It would be pursued. She believed that t!rrt rilKrlnseri the fact that it was Jesse Cobb. Auctioneer. "So you've come out, have you?" he was, she left horrible marks She began to realize how helpless : : the yacht would retrace Its course. .) stammered triumphantly. "Come of He lay absolutely . motionless. She In His Anger He Resorted to Drink. she was. Under the inspiration of a your own free will! You've found out, could see that he was still breathing Sho decided that those aboard her slept unbrokenly since 11 o'eloek the belief, which was as honest as It was would reason that she would endeavor tion, with one bound she had leaped mistaken, she had put herself in the have you, that I am master and you and was not dead. If she had had ta nut aa much distance as nossihle morning before. Her sleep had been a weapon she might have killed him 'oetween nerseu ana tne yacnt, ana stupor of utter and complete exhaus a to the fore front of all the writers power of this man. Even If she were are coming to heel?" struggling for recognition. Publishers ashore, there would be no one to He whistled to her derisively, whis in the fury and transport of her rage. therefore she would sail straight away tion. Added to the tremendous physi This wretched philosopher! As no re- from It Consequently, she went broad cal strain of keeping awake and at sought her. Magazines pursued her. whom she could appeal, and here on tled as If to a dog! Another book took shape In her mind. the ship she was helpless. Lingering Who Is this?" asked the woman in sistance came from him, she pres- off to .starboard at right angles to the tending to the duty to which she had Singularly enough her education remains of better things had kept him a voice carefully suppressed, yet which ently stopped, the feminine in her other course. The gasoline tanks were enforced herself had been the further slowly rising to the fore. shook with wrath. both full. Inasmuch as the boat had strain of the terrible events on the and the erratic bent of her mind- had from the last resort of the tyrant She realized now that the irrevoc been designed for extended cruising night in which she left the yacht, and left her primarily quite unspoiled. She force! but how long these would be She held the photograph in Its able had happened; that there was no in shallow waters, there was enough the apprehension of pursuit which and was the product not merely of her age. heavy silver frame up before him. in restraint she could not my wife," he said equably. longer room for two of them on that fuel to keep the motor going for over been continually with her. Her first her environment, her parents, out or operative fancied not for long. What "That's ship. As the mists of passion cleared 30 hours at full speed. The motor motion, indeed, was to rise to her feet a long generation of people to whom tell. She do then? with no surprise or consternation. inbeen as ab- should she her thoughts would have We haven't lived together for some away, although the fire of rage still was fapablc of developing at least ten and scan the horizon. With relief She saw the end coming when in his years," he went on with drunken good burned in her heart, her mind cleared knots per hour. By the same time describable her scrutiny descovered horrent as her person was agreeable. night she would be 240 nothing. She was still alone. Neither The unconscious Christianity which anger he resorted to drink, to drink nature, "or I'd take you back to San also. She thought with such rapldit ..... f as she had never thought before. 3W miles away from the present spot The the yacht nor any other vessel nor surrounds the world and especially which exploded the last vestige of his Francisco and Introduce you to her." she picked up a cloak, threw yacht was going 12 knots an hour. Her any smallest speck of land was sil woman kept her pure philosophy, however he had professed First the world of "Your wife!" exclaimed the woman measit about her and went on deck. A cabin escape would probably not be discov houetted against the circling sky line. and sweet and lovable these In, spite It She was frightened beyond Looking Through. depths to in that same low, tense voice. "Then attendant was standing at thexompan- - ered for ten hours. By that time the She sat in the boat musing a long of, not because of, her perverse and ure when she realized the what am I?" I lonway.as was always the case, wait Qur list ef paints you will be amaze yacht would be 120 miles away. They time and then woke to the fact that perverted philosophy. Though she which he had sunk and to which, in "My mistress," said the man, blunt ing a possible summons. She told him would be 150 miles apart by morn she was hungry. Again sne sausnea at the many varmes JOr special uses defied convention In its spirit, she was spite of horself, he had dragged her. ly, throwing the last shred of conceal. naturally subject to it In its exercise. What further descent was before her? ment and decency to the winds, "and that his master was ill and did not ing, measured on the hypotheuse, and her appetite sparingly from her scanty Sho did not even yet abandon For Instance, to her the marriage.bond philosophy which had served herthat a. damned obstreperous one at that," desire to be disturbed. He did not by night, who could tell? At anj and rapidly diminishing store of food I There Are PaintS TOf so even want the dinner things cleared rate, she had now done all that she and drink, and then putting the past Purpose. was, indeed, a bond, the marriage vow I resolutely more away. He wanted to be left entirely behind her, hoping and per I a confession of weakness on the part 111. She clung to that with the very he went on. woman believed in no alone until morning. The servant Now, the tenacious pride because of its fancying by some exercise m ner from the usiui water paints wrceiiar Her condition was desperate; her haps of the" woman, at least and the marmankind. Providence, but a trick got from her smiled slightly, she thought in the prospects gloomy beyond expression, will power finally she could put It be- - walls, haras, eta-- . riage relation an acknowledgement of weakness, but she loathed up for her ancestry wrung the words from her light from tho cabin skylight She cha rn, nlonn In n nmnll iwiwpr boat hand ner lorever. sne gave senuus nishes and polishes for the furniture or inferiority again on the part of the On that yacht he summed piano. Tell us what you want to do ana the whole human race, and she hated lips. thought to ber condition. noticed that It was a moonless night, woman. She would have none of these paint product with supply "My God! My God!" she whispered. him and it To what sorry pass had a overcast, for she could see no she iu well to do Hthe cloudy, at last that things In her life. Yet, as she thought, which "You haven't any," sneered the stars. She knew what that smile practical experience re few weeks the hands another would have said she had given her heart to a man ne meant; that the man realized what man. you toiu, me so yourseu. of God! she said of chance. The fact alas, the submission to the eternal duced her! She had begged and pleaded with laughed. "And I believed you. I sort of sickness his owner and master that she was so helpless; that all her law! and although their relationship anything to get was liable to. She bade him tell the would learning and all her training, and was sanctioned by nothing but their him to alter the yacht's course, but you." have believed Wall Paper and Paints officer of the deck her message and an her skill and all her power were affection, it was to her as pure and he had sworn be would go farther Well, there was no God the woman then dismissed him. of no avail, made the situation the Phone 440 thing as if the contract had south into those unknown seas and 203 East Uam as holy a to realized, but she would be her own Then she returned to the cabin and more galling. Was there nothing been witnessed and blest by a thou keep her there until she crawled RICHMOND. KY So the long hours dragged god. Her body shrank together a lit carefully locked the door. She glanced She reflected that she could do? sand priests. What was it to him? She his feet. hands clenched. The feline at the man as she did so. He lay Just deeply and as she did so the counted without the T)ther sex. Many on. The Inevitable rupture drew tle, her uppermost She could have sprung as he had Iain before. She bent over Its At last breeze sprang up. She Judged that other women unfortunately have done nearer. horrible, it came. In wasdetails fvas him, but she waited, waited ror In it apon but there the period during which she had slept it was him. He was still breathing, she noted the same. she knew not what had been calm and still. Any violent with was it regret? But sho wasted content with the writing of a great relief after all. Not "Whom the gods destroy," ran the no time over him. Time was the most rocking of the boat would have awak books, her Intense devotion to her ancient phrase, "they first make mad." precious of all things to her at that CHAPTER VII. TSa ened her. Indeed, she felt bitterly cause, coupled with her unflaggin vp He rushed to his doom with buna moment cramped and sfIS from having lain so energy, had found vent upon the lec folly. long on the hard floor, which only the The Joy of Freedom. She had a clear and definite plan platform. The curious crowded ture "You needn't be Jealous of her, my of action. She knew exactly what she One night at dinner she had fled boat cloak, thick and heavy, made a bold, so radical, to her feet at once, so tolerable bed. from him. He had been drinking more dear," he mumbled on. "I used to. Intended to do and how she Intended eo beautiful and so innocent. One of heavily than usual and was in an ugly think I loved her and we were marof es The coming of the breeze stimu the her first converts had been the only mood. His handsome face was flushed ried, damned foolishness, as you might to do it Fortunately Theymeanspassed lated her imagination. It was a gen had cape were at hand. bygone boson of a savage frown overspread his brow. say. She can't hold a candle to you, one or two tiny Islands during the tle breeze. She noticed that It blew nanza king of the Pacific slope. His a He had risen during the meal and with If you are a- little touched," he tapped day, mere treeless spots of sand or from the direction whence she had conversion was not so much an effort a coarse endearment had attempted his forehead Impudently "in the up come by her compass course. It she coral In the vast of the ocean, but of pure reason as of primal passion, to lay hands upon her at last! She per story." only had a sail of some kind the boat prospects that others more lnvitm although that fact was in no wise apAnd this man, this degraded thing, might bo raised had caused the man away and darted Into the She must would be driven flHI W move somewhere. along. had heard of parent to her. She would find that had broken nearest cabin, which happened to be regarded her as a mad woman. There to order the power tender to be got iuBntunBnnnBmunSQ She out later. This modern Hypatia his own. She had closed the door and might be no God, but there was a devil good, subShe Believed That the Yacht Would ocean currents and drift but she skilled In the learning of the schools, turned the key against him before he and he stood before her. There might overboard. This was a doubted, whether the boat was moving. d Retrace Its Course. stantial boat, 15 feet in length, burning with exhaustles3 zeal; per.she was about She be no heaven, but there was a hell scratch at least sufficiently fast or in any Scratch and built for heavy seas, yet energy, was yet ub. realized what tha t!M!n rnnm nnnllncr meated with fiery sport of definite direction to make any ditfer- - until you and rub If rub and rAA wltMm and she was In it tel aa you could almost. powerfully englned and capable of which would be helpless, the innocent In some ways as any of her enraged, fearful, yet ready to defend thoughts,'' he rambled perhaps 30 eace. Unlets she got somewhere, she tear tne tror&iBff asm irom your wui "On second wind and waves, after you couiu uu until it seems aa humbler sisters. As that good Book her all and almost glad the crisis had on, "I couldn't Introduce you to her. good speed. By hla- direction the tanks hours. That boat was alone In tho would slowly starve and die Just longer eaduro these it endless days of had been filled and everything overdisdained in the" newer illu- arrived. She could hear bis drunken You aren't respectable and she Is." torture those terrible night which she great expanse of tho Pacific ocean. where she was. She stepped forward In awful hauled so that It would be to readiness of sldeplesa ageay. minations which had come to her, laugh outside the door. He stopped and poured himself an- for use. The sea was very calm and Somewhere about there were Islands the boat and examined the oars. There Then a. few re of 3X B. IX. tho might have said of her, she was In the aad..rwaat Indeed, on the charts those was a sort of a deck forward over famous Beaena SpeclnelnslealerP.CoBi-lo- rt "Why,. you little fool!" he cried, "do other drink. gentle 'air scarcely raised a ripple probably. The Itch gene world but not of It ' "Respectable I" he laughed. "To hell the seas were dotted with points of land. the gasoline tanks. She thought that relief!aJ rest at last! you think I can't break that lock dowa on its surface. To save tho trouble Unconsciously she fulfilled many In D. tee, every with respectability. We know a better he might makeshift with the remains that D. D. la a s4e9l In a moment? Th ship-- ' again, the tender but they were small, inconsiderable. eleasses aad aeate sb Jert)fdI junctions of him who had she- - but man on "It's mine.-- 1 pay"enu .They thing that that! 'Soul to soul, heart of hoisting it aboard utue "" ' In ea- - A I . had been left trailing astern, at the uninhabited, unknown. close that many j of the nalnter. of .which she had a skin aa aotWay els, specific for Ecwma. Psorlaaleu by union of equal3 without might pass known it was the greatest 01 pnuoso-h. to heart, the to fasten oae of the oars Rheum or any other skin troaMe. alt do my bidding. I have you where of a long line. It would be ready boat she end phera. Naturally she kept herself want you and I can have you when the trammels of conventional bonds for Instant use. She would escape in of them without seeing them. Bhe haa te an uprignt position against It "We can tve 1M a. B. unsDotted from the world. Yet when please, now or later." as they were, aad for weaker beings.' Yes, that's what ere yteTe belt and rings of various of the cenuiRs IX D. first that She knew how to run the motor provisions, such perhaps for a week rt.ao and If tho very you said." the young man who had engaged her torU lttte Aec she could to give relief It w set eee yeu a and how to steer the boat. She had water sufficient Was it true? Could she appeal to.the .affections proposed to her mat iney v. hasdle of the oar between And she recognized with horror that or ten days. After that unless sac i But what could she say? Aldose, it many a time. eaa gtve you a We should put her theories In practice, men? tho world kaew there was no he was quoting her own words. somewhere she would drtt ib3 the bottom. At least tie foralso cents, war IX agetw 2 Carrying her heavy boat cloak she had. acceded though nay when you oa se H after some hesitation she "But It doesn't go, you see. It's .. I ah . would LTT vl V..tl1w linr I uuui sue auuicu binding tie between them, to the offi to his proposition. It was a species of cers and. men of the yacht she was bis all verr well in theory, but It doesn't came, the launch probably would not 8TOCKTOX Sc. SOS not far from heroism Cojltlnucd oat Pace 4 Section 3 work out In practice. The world's nrmiM Anil TtrmtlA nnf fntorfaro . "U'-iir twA: returned to the tS!T. i consent Indeed, she did It's bees that made her not realize how heroic it was. Wth It Commissioner's Sale. 3v ISfy Bakin December 111. ABSOLUTELY PURE Certain Makes delicious foods jnaximiam quality at minimum cost. fe Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I Phosphates t high-soule- d 1 man-mad- e Public Sale 25 self-sacrifi- ' all-he- h. - Ugij 1 BJuett & Son '331 - , i broad-beame- rrei! iron rrtt! eeedwH gooa-tengt- tSHl "fMyr wr rrrt Mr 1 taed f' . Big Reductions in Every Department This tale last two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a big saving la cash. Look for the Price Tags green tags that tell about the reduced price. ELDER S GREAT 9 -- Carpets, Oil Cloth and Mattings Drutag the Green Tag Sale we wW give you some of the best, bargains you have ever se n in this class of goods. Every piece or goous Is marked down for quick selling, GREENTAG&MILLEND To Our Many Friends Country On Saturday, November 11th, and continuing to Saturda-- , November 25tb, we ;tn Rich- - mond and Surrounding propose to have our annual sale. This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison countj- - 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 IS IBjUBBIl MH1 ggg3&3jr-ar-iiJI In every department. This sate lasts two weeks only. Showing g the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Mill- ELDER'S afiiaog n . W! November fifim Tc-v- -r 1 1th to November 25th 1 -- v inery, Ladies' Coats, Blankets, sss ,i- wW" .WM.a.An'"j aznmazaiw'" sa..- I W I fci-V- ffl M Ik hi, III II Store will be closed Friday, November 0th, to 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 entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it It will pay you to come 50 miles to do your shopping at this wonderful bargain sale. We have engaged several extra sales people to wait on you and give you every attention. t)on'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 This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a life time. In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to get linings, trimmings and pay for the making for the making for whatthe dress goods alone would actually cost you. Ccme early as you know the early bird gets the bargains Remember the Dates This sale will be the biggest event ever pulled off in this city Ladies', Misses' and Children's Novell to Nov. 25 at our store our entire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. This gigantic stock of goods embraces choice We will place on sale GOATS This will be the greatest coat sale ever held in the city of Kichmond and will prove conclusively our underselling powers. Coats for ladies', misses' and children, the most attractive styles ever shown in Richmond, nothing but the finest and most popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest detail. Look around first and then compare our prices with those of others. You will appreciate the values all the more. $18.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 merchandise of the highest quality, representing an enormous line of staple dry gsods, as well as the new novelties, now greatly in demand. Everything goes at reduced prices during this Mill End and Green Tag Sale, The real loud noise of all big sales. The Sale That Draws the People for miles around. Read every word item Ladies' Tailored Dress Skirts $14.98 9.98 7.48 4.98 In the new weaves and nicely tailored, excollont quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and smoke colors f 5.60 Panama Skirts During this sale..' 87.00. $3.00 and $10.00 Voille Skirts.'now 83.63 in this advertisement; study every Blankets and Comforts and $20.00 values reduced to and 15.00 values reduced to Coat values reduced to Coat values reduced to . , Z.O a 1 Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices tMcCJl Ptli No. 5631 A STKIUNC SUIT r Look for the Little Green Tags They Mean Bargains sec "? 8S8 "3 'J ! I 3 I H During this great Green Tag and Mill End Sale we offer a fine line of Comforts and Blankets at less price than the raw material would cost. A large line to select from $ .75c Blankets $ .40 $7.50 Blankets $4.93. . l.OTBlankets 03 1.25 Comforts 93 2.00 Blankets 1.48 1.75, $2 Comforts.. 1.24 5.00 Blankets 3.48 2.75, $3'Comforts.. 1.98 0.00 Blankets 4.48 3.50 Comforts 2.24 Bed Spread- and Sheets All Reduced - JM20ffU fjmk Petticoats 2 I ! 5S i 3 All Styles and all Sizes in R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets All 2.00 R. & G. and American Beauty Corsets.. ..1.48 A11L50 All 1.00 " " " " ' ....89 1.24 - m rTi v &m, I All of these qualities are guaranteed. If for any reason these corsets fail to give satisfaction we will give you a new corset. Wn ?s ftrmm y f.tsir fJwmm' ta i Zr rA I I n I!? s I I sli Ladies'black Sateen Petticoats made with deep flounce and ruffles with hemstitching on flounce, bought IA especially for this sale, reg. $1.25 values, now Ladios' fine Mercerized Sateen Pecllcoats, deep flounce and rufflles, would be cheap at $1.50 OC Sale price Ladies' Black Mercerized Fine Sateen 4 JA Petticoats, our regular price $. Sale price I Jm qq ' 1 yAQdi : - $' - $3.24 ' mm-- mmm. TOILET SOAPS box (3 cakes) witch hazel with buttermilk worth 25c, our price per box 1 JL vC fBMWM' - 1 I ii i Sva ever eT giDS g'V "S8 Uo - y"" n 1 Look For The Green Tags . hi mi Illl 1 .. 1 ooruera; never soja unuer ioc. ... at - UV. I mmmi HTinn irnnv 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 ta sell subsequent purchases at these prices, but while they last they go as follows: One table full of Ladies' Shoes, $1.50 and $2.00 values, stock is somewhat broken, but if you can' Q We offer over a thousand pairs of sample shoes for anas ouues A" V Jul . t3r juu juv f t7CJU WEST MAIN 5000 Yards of Mill Ends Remnants in '' Calico 3 2 cents per yard. -- Yards Gingham and 3 yards lengths usually sells for 7 2 to J0o yard, can Help yourself at. 1000 2 2 1-- 5c 350 Yards nJ?? Po1 Chovoit Shirtings (assorted). 10S per ard. MiU Ebd nd price per yard Tl-2- c U RICHMOND, KY Green Tag Clothing Sale Nice clean, honest Winter Suits and Overcoats to be sold in two weeks You, no doubt, have attended sales galore, but when it comes to egitimatemerchandising nothing ever happened in Richmond that borders on the magnitude of the showing of Strictly High Grade Hand Tailored Suits nd Overcoats that will be thrown upon the market in this sale. We challenge competition in any part of Kentucky on thevalues. Weshow everything new- - fashionable styles and exclusive fashions " Special Suits For Men at $12.48 4. Hurry This sale is going to commence. Tell your friends This is the greatest sale we have ever conducted. Every article in our immense stock is marked down to make a quick sale , . We are going to make a very novel proposition, and if we did not have confidence in these Suits we could not afford to suggest such a thing. Go to nny clothing store in Richmond and ask to see the suits they sell at $18, examine the garments carefully takeyo.ur time about it inspect the fabrics' the way they are made up, the seams, look at the button hqles 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 you just $5.52. Remember that at this price we have all that is new in styles, weaves, patterns and can fur- I (D tifc"fl PArV nish any color that you want at Green Tag price Overcoat is the latest work in utility, practicability and styling. It is j'our coat, f and snow-proo- f The wind-prooyou want it, at a price that will mrke you say "yes" when you see the Tag Price if 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, . and anticipate for the future.. Just look at the wonderful reductions we are making on these suits: ' sale price $4.98 All $15.00 values sale price $12.48 All $7.50 values.. . sale price $7.98 All $10.00 values All $18 and $20 values sale price $14.98 $12.50 values. . 7 sale price $9.98 proportion All others reduced in All O O f, rain-proo- 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 WE SELL, FOR CASH ONLY Boys Suits Every mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a little better than some one's else boy. Her wish can be gratified if she will come to this sale. These suits are built to give the best wear, and are made of selected materials. . Men's Overcoats and Raincoats We will surprise you in the bargains we offer in Overcoats. Every Over- J 3c Pair which We have secured a lot of drummers Sample we offer during this sale at an unheard of low price, as well as we offer our regular stock of French Worsteds, meres and fancy neat patterns. We are going to put at prices that will insure a speedy clearance All our $1.25 and $1.50 values All our 2.00 values All our 2.50 values All our 4.00 values All our 5.00 values Men's PantsPant t T sale sale sale sale sale BIG BARGAINS IN Boys $12.50 Suits for Boys 10.00 Suits for Boys 7.50 Suits for Boys 5.00 Suits for" Boyf 3.50 Suits for Boys 2.50 Suits for Boys 2.00 Suits for : 4 - '. $9.93 7.43 5.03 3.93 s 2,43 .r 1.93 1.43 coat is remarkably cheap at the price we usually ask for them, but our de- Cash- them . termination is to reduce this stock iu the shortest possible time, and therefore name prices that will make them go. Seeing is believing don't miss the bargains $ 7.50 Overcoats now $ 4.9S 10.00 Overcoats 7.9S now 12.50 Overcoats 9.9S now 12.48 . 15.00 and $17 Overcoats . . . 20.00 Overcoats 14.9S now 25.00-Overcoats GRIFFON S)KLDTHES price $ T98 price 1.29 price 1.74 price 2.98 price 3.48 now 19.98 erios Saturday, November 11th Ends Saturday, November 25th Men's Shirts New Fall Shirts, 50 and 75c sale price 45e values $1.25 new fall Emperor Shirts sale price 9Sc Furnishings sale price 98c sale price 2oc fid size Hats worth from 50c to G5c 48c v..:. wui, ci,.f0 - sale rrice .Vifll XMJJUU uuu 1.0 sale price 79c -- 00 Men's Outing Night Shirts sale price 98c -- 1 ,25 Men's Outing Night Shirts line of Negligee Shirts, just the thing for winter wear, values sale price 45c up to 75c all we carry all the most stylish things. In worthy the new things very popular. This line is complete and sale price 10, 15 and 19cof your attention 1 - is worth $1.25 and $2.00 ... -- ... ---- fc 1 Boys' Overcoats Men's Heavy Underwear 3Tow d Four-m-hand- s, - Take Advantage of This Great Sale Mill Store will be Closed All Day Friday November 1 0th to Make Preparations and Mark Down. Prices for Great Event . ELDER'S GREAT We bought 50 Boys' Overcoats--, sizes ranging from 4 to 8 jears. These are sample coats and are actually worth up to $5. We will let you take your choice durjng-thisale at the low price of is the time to lay in your supply of Winter Underwear. Just come in and see what .fine values we offer at s 39c $1 .98 Green Tag Sale Don't Fail End and r Men's Clothing Right in the beginning of the season, when everybody is thinking of buying a hew suit, we are going to make quick of our Clothing, as we expect to do two months' business in two weeks : : : to Attend this Great Stock Reducing Sale it Means a .Great Cash Saving to You Better Come Early ' - Bargain 7 oxrma x a.- - ppfld '""'' ji-'.r "V- ; rwwww RICHMOND v Respectfully Submitted to the. Cash IzLi Ij D Track IzLj R. KENTUCKY GREA EDUCTION SALE X :w SALE BEGINS Sat or day 9 fc-- r 18 9 bona-- f LASTS 15 DAYS Thousands of Dollars Worth of Merchandise Wi 11 Be Sold .at Tr emendously Low Prices, Everything must go cost or value not considered. Tremendous bargains gigantic values. In many instances One Dollar' will buy as much as Two Dollars under ordinary circumstances. ide bargain. Experience has proven that the only way to effect a quick Clearing is to make startling reductions and every advertised article a BMEagarea Corrne Early and Get EAM of Stock & KM Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cob , - --SSi The Island of Regener1 ation (Continued from Pago "but she was 1) SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on bis 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 would certainly bring joy for the Cbristmastide. Consult us and we will help jou buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that will be hailed with delight. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Long Distance Telephone 83 Gibson Main US2 Richmond, Ky us What Does Good Plumbing Mean ? It means that allwork which must be covered up is so well constructed that repairs and consequent damage and annoyance will never be necessary. And the plumbing in view must be just as safely constructed as the hidden parts and be attractive as well. 8 To be certain of obtaining these qualities in your plumbing work let us give you a. written estimate with full details, specifying 'oStanthwd" guaranteed fixtures, which will insure a permanent and satisfactory job. SWrXuvT "Occident" Eolk Richmond Heating and Plumbing Company . $m& New Tailoring Shop J, ,B. Stoulfer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order iradc at heme by cxperiened Tailcis. Oer I4000 samples to select from. Cleaning; and Pressing by Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. J. B. STOUFFER; 222 West Man Street. Her training had not been manual, bright enough to supplement her lack of skill and after some Hours or bard work she actually got one oar In an upright position and securely lashed. Out of the heavy cloak more a huge circular than anything else she improvised a sail with the other oar as a boom thrust across the boat between the mast and the little forward deck. The coat had been heavily braided. She ripped the silk braid from the edge, cut off the hood of the cloak and managed a triangular sail laced by the silk braid to mast and boom. The boom was Immobile and the only way she could sail was straight before the wind.- - If the wind shifted, she would shift with it. She had some slight control over the'vessel with the helm, but that was all. It was noon when she finished her labors, but she was more than satisfied with what she had accomplished, for the cloak was big enough to give an appreciable way to the boat. She guessed it might be three or four knots an hour. That would be nearly 100 miles a day. She could eke out her provisions and water for five or six days longer and sue could go without for two or three days after the last drop and morsel had vanished. Perhaps she might run down a habitable island in that time. Possibly, although this possibility was more faint than the other, she might be seen by some vessel and picked up. At any rate, all she could do was done. She felt better, too, because she had made a human contribution to the determination of her fate. She was no longer absolutely at the play of chance. For five days she sailed steadily on, the breeze remaining even and holding unvaryingly true for that period. She learned the trick of lashing the wheel at night and so was able to take as much rest as her tired, worn and racked body permitted In the confinement of the little boat She had abundance of time for thought Time was when she had reveled In Buch opportunities, but there was less enjoyment In the chances afforded her now. That she who had lived in the hleh realm nf snpoiilnHon should suddenly become a woman of action, fighting for life, struck her as a strange tning. insensibly the condl tlons of her nrpsent PTlKtenrn mnill fled her pholosophy. It seemed differ ent, a smaller thing. She was less Sure and confident nf hrraplf nlnna in the great immensity than In the crowaca city, mere were no applauding thousands. Khn hrpntheri nn nlr of adulation. She was alone with her soul. The man who is alone Is always face to face with God. thoueh his eves may be hidden so that he cannot see uie uivine. it was so with this woman. Never had she so. craved other companionship. She would have been happy if she could have believed that there was a God, for had there been a God she would not have felt so de serted. So she fought on against her soul and her circumstances a lnslnir uattie. The sixth day opened dark and gloomy. The wind had risen iliirlnir the night The day broke heavily overcast Even to her inexperience she could realize that a storm was at hand. She had seen nothine durine the period: that Is. nothing of whioh sho could avail herself. to starboard and another time to port, she had passed low lying islands, dim on the horizon. She had no wav of checking the boat or of changing its courso 10 run down either of them. She had to co cn Just as rJia wan fih. realized that aha could never land nn. less she were driven directly upon some Island that might He in her course. She knew,- - too, that the chances that might happen were very remote. She had dally diminished the portion of food and drink she allotted to herself. She had husbanded everything with the utmost care. On the sixth day they were gone. She awoke with a frightful craving which intensified as the day drew on. She was thankful for one thing that the sun was veiled, although she heat in the humid, heavy, overcast-ai- r was something almost unbearable. Under the freshening breeze the boat went much more swiftly than heretofore. She had that satisfaction, but she had the apprehension that if the wind n T" i mill hi1, mmu i m WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR The Free, Standard, Norwood, Paragon, Cleveland, Arrow and other good flfl P AA machines at very low prices UJJ Easy payments if desiredyour credit is good. We are also headquarters for supplies- needles, bobbins, shuttles, belts, oil and all repairs for your sewing machine ewing Machine ::::::::: F- lsoVl WW - Successor In T.nman X' TTicrmna "-fee"- "- HIGGINS 0 OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYXD: Driven On for Hours. grew any stronger her sail, service able as It had proved and stout as It was, would be torn to pieces. The silk braid had done splendid service, but she marked that it was now strained to the breaking point Again the helplessness of her .position came upon her. She could npt take down the sail. In the first place she was afraid to Ieavo the helm and in the second place she realized that If she started to furl It she could only do It by cutting the lashing and atfthe first cut the whole thine would blow awnv So sho hold on. There was nothing else to do. The night fell in a burst of rain which was most crateful tn her. hut which was a forecast of a fiercer blow, and at midnight the hurricane broke in full force upon the little boat. The first blast tore the sail from the lash ings. By a lightning flash she caught a glimpse of It for a second, whirled away like a great bird. For some rea son, perhaps because one or two shreds of cloth still clung to the mast, and perhaps because the broad blade of the oar offered somo surface for the thrust of the wind, sho was able oy the exercise of constant vlHlnnno and all the strength of whioh she was capable, to keep the boat before the wind. Hitherto she had had of the violence of the wave motion. It was with difficulty that she kept herself from being dashed to nlenpff against the sides or hurled overboard in the mad whirling and plunging to which the launch was suddenly subjected. It was caught up by one wave after another and driven on for hours. She could not tell how Ions. She lost all consciousness of time and of everything else except that the must cling to the helm. The boat was still hurled forward. One great wave after another would seize her, uplift her and bear her on. The strain upon her arms was terrific. She locked her teeth and hung on, breathless, exhausted, yet de' termined. But there was a limit to her powers and she felt that It had been reached. Yet she id not deliberately let go. One final and terrific heave Jerked her away from the wheel. She fell sprawling In the bottom of the boat but had sense enough to lock her hands around a thwart and He there. The launch broached-tIn an Instant She was turned broadside to the waves. Fortunately sb.4 did not capsize Instantly and the next breaker filled her. She lay, her gunwales flush with the" water. Her motion was still violent, but less Jerky. She was swept ever onward by the vaijt undulations. The indomitable woman clinging to the thwart managed to keep her head out of the water. ,Shd realized that that was the nd and yet while she had . remainder o jstrejlslL. while (Continued on Page 4. Section 1) o J BEE When a person has become discouraged through years of failure to find a cure, and finally, perhaps, gives up trying, it is small wonder that he becomes skeptical. And yet, to all who have constipation, we would say, "Try just one thing more." ' We wish you would try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonic that has been used for a generation. Thousands are using it; surely some of your friends among the number. You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, but better still, "send your name and. address to Dr. Caldwell for a free "sample bottle. He will send you enough to convince you of its merits, and then if you like it you can buy it of your druggist Mr. J. J. Petty of Un- - AMATIVE GONSTIPATION ionville. Mo.. Mr. George W. Zimmerman of Harrisburg, Pa., and many others of both sexes and in all parts of the country first used a sample bottle and now have it regularly in the house. You will learn to do away with salts, waters and cathartics for these arc but temporary reliefs while Dr. wiawcn s syrup repsin is guaranteed to cure permanently. It will train WAMTE D Farmers' Toba Warehouse Co. ISCORrOBATED. that they will do their work again . . ii . naiurany wnnout outside aid. Cast aside your skepticism and try. Syrup Pepsin." For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticcllo, I1L ... SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE "Wants to sell your tobacco. We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. II US A TRIAL ' PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco "Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET ;.: RICHMOND. KENT NEAR L. & N. DEPOT -: & An Innovation in Oil Heaters drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without a Perfection Oil Heater.-- It is a necessity in the fall and spnng.'when it is too warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and !too cool to be without heat. In the midst of winter it is often convenient as an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners in a house. The enameled heater always presents a nice appearance, the enamel will not tarnish or burn off. It is not an "enamel paint," as but k " is the same as the enamel or your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient pertableZfeeabBe device you can find An autornarJcaUy-Iockin- g flame spreadereveats turning the wick high enough to smoke. ?- The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its Removal Sale We are now selling. our stock of goods Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January . Call and see us and we will convince you 1 JERFECTIO Dulen mrpnhm. Ail yam to ihnr rem the Perfection Helr KXwriu lot oocnjtie circukf I Stan&ird Oil Compnr March and Douglas r3 WTieri You at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your borne becomes attractive with new things, If vou r.uow wus jjian oi uumng sometnin .new every auu aumoiuuui: cuuu vtsir r,nnr. moVn your uuuc home raore comtortable. It is difficult for inost ,.r us to buy large quantities of house furnishings tc-ii- "i i MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND OFH s;nnr. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. BEN NETTand H1GGINS UN DER AK We bought larger stocks and more varied assortsearched the entire market and selected only the strongest values; and the result is a collection of ments; we Overcoats far and away superior to any ever shown in Richmond. The collection eontains Overcoats of every kind Conservative coats with velvet collars or with plain clom collars; coats witn the new Presto and other convertible collars; long coats and medium coats and short coats, in all weights and styles and kinds. In justice to yourself you must see this collection before you make your selection. Read on We set out determined to outdo all former efforts in the Overcoat line. I NG Can't Cure Catarrh Stomach Dosing, Sprays and Douches Have All Failed. s only one way " c raw, leader, A bonded warehouse, containing 12.000 barrels of whiskey, was destroyed oy tire at Owensboro last Friday faneezmg. - Overcoats at $8.00 to $10.00 If you want a good looking serviceable coat at at $8.00, $8.50 and $10.00. a small price, te oure oatarrh. inflamed mem- t is infested with catarrh -z CACKLE! CACKLE! CACKLE! Yes i destroy the germs. i raa t reach the nooks and the hens are all cackling when fed Con :s with liquid preparations there key's Laying Tonic. It brings the eggs. way breathe the antiseptic 7 ng air rf HYOMEI (pronounce tor sale by Stockton's Drug Store. eoi directly over the infested It is said that a flea can jump 2.G00 A'i r jILI contain no opium. cocane times its own length. According to " this rr harmful drugs, it is mado of a man should be able to r jump a quarter thymol and an eucalyptus, - L stcnan antiseptics. It is of a mile. i to end the misery of catarrh, croup and hreaohltls, or money Declaring ho believed him guilty.Gov, F L. MMdeltea about the Mann of Virginia, refused to sommute i s ji lor oniy the sentence of Henry Clay Ueattie, Jr., Li :Jt i outni. who must die in the electric chair zA guarantees K. Thursday, November 24th. moping fowls have Roun. Cure them quidkly with Conkey's Roup uemedy. Get it on a "money-back- " guarantee at Stockton's Drug Store. here's your chance. Cut full and roomy all over, full length and weight. Neat tan and gray and brown effects. Unusual values . A great range to select fiom at these prices. regular Overcoats; blacks, rich browns, ahd grays, Raincoats and in a wealth of beautiful patterns and styles. Unmatchable values at these prices. Some bear the Kenton label, the surest and safest guide to clothing satisfaction. Overcoats at $12.50 to $15.00 cs Overcoats d a.t $1 8.00 and $20.00 Elegant is the word that fittingly describes these coats. Hand tailored in every essential detail, they fit and retain their shape perfectly. Rich fabrics in a wide range of attractive patterns, as well as the plainer blacks-angrays. Stores that do 'not confine themselvas to One Price would ask from five to ten dollars more for such coats. -- lie-son- For Rent Our finest coats, ane nothing but choicest material and superior workmanship enters into their construction. The hne Tweeds, Cheviots. Scotches and Chinchillas, some fabrics are are extra weight for men who want extra warmth. Sizes are graded according to the Kenton Scientific System, which insures a perfect fit for every man. $22.50 and $25.0 Overcoats at The Court of Appeals has upheld the opinion of the Madison Circuit Court in the case of William Park, colored, for Flat For Rent killing Shearer RiddelL Park will be r, sLed or unfurnished. Appjy to sent to tho penitentiary for life. Viz.! V H. Honsex, S&O Woodland, 28-t- f u. u ueins ot uiay county, while a A boy of 17 years of age, forty-tw- o years Wanted. ago, bought a tract of land in that coun "ion on farm by colored man. ty, paying for it six sheep, one cow and a rifle. He recently sold the property id- - Address for 831,010 cash. H. J. &L SM First Street. Mrs. Geo. West of Providance, R. Lt For Rent a daughter of the late James Lewis Pull White's Sale. R. ;r three reems; furnished or n- - man, whose sons manufactured the rail Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock road cars that bore their name, died in Apptyr t cd New York last week at the home of her A. M Saturday November 25. This Mbjs. Callie Kbbxe, Mrs. "West was will be a sale worth your while. Don't son, Stuart P. West. Tate's Oreok avenue. born in Albion, N. Y., C3 years ago. Her forget tho date and hour. Strayed or Stolen. husband, who was a prominent woolen "The Big Store." Ct Sunday, November 12, a white manufacturer, died in 1898. "The big store," Milton M. Marble- act spotted rat dog with name Twenty-seve- n women protested stone & Co., of Louisville, of which - njJress as below oa cellar plato. fought in firm our former well known townsman, " r:r at ion &s to Ms whereabouts will against a prize fight to be Columbus, Ind. The match was be- Mr. Henry Streng is a member, has. an a Unappreciated. tween Cora Livingston, of Buffalo, N. advertisement in this issue. Read it. B. R. Ditsoax. Y., champion female wrest'er of the RiobmeBd, Ky. BIG SALE. world, and Bertha Smith, of Cincinnati, Wakefield, pronriotor of the Ohio. The Mayor replied that he was J Hats at cost and below cost in Bar -ng House ta Shelbyvllle, and not aware of any law forbidding the gain Basement. Now is tho timo to f:Ue best known men in Central same. buy. c"hV. committeed suioide with a RicnuoKD Millinery Comaaky, r, knife, cutting his throat His Sunday. November 20, has been McKee Block. c. : was supposed to have been the selected as the day in which the clergy Public Sale. men of Louisville, assisted by others, Last Saturday afternoon, JW. H. will preach upon the subject of the Itching pendinc arbitration treaties between Miller sold at auction on our streets six Dandruff the United States, Great Britain and fiW horses. Long Tom Chenault was Yield France, which, the officials of the the auctioneer. The prices received , league believe to bo in great danger of were considered good. failure oftratification. We note among , The Youngest Veteran. 7 sTuohW you oofitinue to exper-- the list of thBse who will observe the wjih salves, greasy lotions and Mr. B. Chancellor, Chancellorsville, : 7 j a.r dressings trying to rid your day the name of Rev. C. C. Marshall, of Lincoln county, spent Friday in Dancr. perm lite. They can't do it Richmond. ville. He joined the Confederate army : S2 'hey cannot penetrate to the at tho ago of 12 years, and is. therefore, ! lie trouble and germ draw the ! Get Busy. . the youngest Confederate veteran in the 'otue surface of the scalp and Danville Advocate. Said one little chick, with a funny little State of Kentucky .t try a PROVEN REMEDY? .; squirm, - Lat will do this. We have a O Attempt at Robbery. iliat will rid the scalp of germ "I wish I could find a nice, fat worm." An attempt was made to hold up the srd in this way will cure Said another little chick, with a queer 2 WiJilT'FF and ITCHING SCALP. bus, carrying passengers from the depot little shrugv -- s remedy is ZEMO, a olear, re-at Irvine to town Tuesday night. The 'I wish I could find a nice, fat bug." r netratingsoalp tonic that goes -Rniri third little chick, with a strancre outlaws failed to' bring the team to a ' ; ' ' o ibe seat of the trouble and standstill, as tneir ariver, Armur uix, s Le germ life to the surface and iin sniionl find some nice, yellow put the whip to the horses and rushing I wish I could ampoo w.th ZEMO (ANTISEP-SOA- P tnem, passed tne aanger. and one application of ZEMO saloffheTnotner, from the .rv.rely rid the scalp of dwdruff "Look here," Woman's Club. - : z . "f -Do not hesitate, but get a green garden patch, y meeting of The regular ZEMO today. It acts on a If you want any breakfast you must the Woman's Club was held Monday : acipie and will do exactly what get up and scratch. Nov. 13. The following pro.tnforit Sold and endorsed by Selected. afternoon J. L, Perry 's Drug store. gram was rendered: Survey of City Charities and Report from Humane Society Mrs. H. C. Jasper. Practical Demonstration of Fireless Cooker Mrs. J. B. Jtouffer. Discussion Methods" of Help Protection in Richmond Led by Mrs. C. S. Holton. Place your order for Thanksgiving 2t turkey with Culton. Hi'lie on Second street. Bucbaan&n. 28-t- ""g Apply to f 9 Covington and Bank C Not Known Here. Tho following we clip from Sundny's Cincinnati Enquirer. Inquiry fails to reveal any knowledges of either Pettus or Booth: New York, November 18 William B. Pettus, alias William Russell, counterfeiter and murderer, was arrested today by Postollico inspectors, who charged him with having written letters demanding $200 under penalty of death, from Postmaster Edward M. Morgan. Pettus admitted his guilt, tho inspectors say, declaring that ho was starving, and needed "a big bunch of money to put me on easy street." Pettus claimed Kentucky as his home. He said he was discharged on October 13 from tho Ft. Leavenworth prison after serving a term for counterfeiting. Previous to his incarceration, ho said, he had cut a whito man's throat and decapitated a negrcss. This was at1 Richmond, Ky., he declared, and was done while out of his mind. He was locked up in an insane asylum for threo months, recovered his reason, and was released. A letter from J. K. Booth, Richmond, ' Ky., was found in his pocket. Across the letter was scribbled Secretary Morton, White House, Washington, D. C. self-accus- CLOTHING VAULE'S are mighty hard to judge, and for that reason you'll find it safest to trade in a store that has but one price y Woman (Lexington Opera House Mikail Mordkin's All-St- ar Sullivan Was Rfeht In the Third Railroad Commissioner's district. Green Garrett, Republican, was elected for the simple reason he had no opposition. Tho district gave about 1,000 Democratic majority, and if tho Democrats in the district had shown confidence enough in their strength, some good Domocrat would now have a nice, fat ofllce, Hon. Jore Sullivan saw in tho distanco the Democratic landslide, and several times urged that a candidate bo put in the field, but none could bo induced to be come a candidate, saying the Democrats had no chance to win. Judge Sullivan was right in his estimate of the outcome. Mr. Sullivan is a man after our own heart; he bolioves in fighting for every inch of ground. Fight for an inch and you will often win an oil. A similar thing happened in the Second Railroad district several years ago. Col. L. P. Tarlton was elected Railroad Commissioner four years ago in tho Second district by having his namo placed on thej ballot after his party had declined to mako a nomina tion. Tho Republicans did not beliove they had a chanco to win. so they de clined to put up a candidate: Colonol Tarlton thought he saw a chanco to wjn, so he went on tho ballot by petition and received a majority ot tho votes ovorhis Democratic opponent. The death of Creed Fulton Gott oc curred at his home, in this city, Friday, November 17th, 1911, about 11 o'clock. His death was not unexpected to his family and friends. He had been in poor health for a year or more. Several months ago, he went to Colorado, with the hope of being benefitted. Ten days ago, a message from his physician announced that the end was near. His brother, Mr. Lee Golt, wont at onco and brought him homo, arriving at midnight of the day he died. Ho was about thirty five years of age, v and leaves a wife and oho child. Creed Gott was a companionable man, social in disposition and had many friends. He was a member of tho well known firm of Gott Bros, of this city, and until a year ago whoa his health became poor, was an active and thrifty business man.Funeral services wero conducted Sunday at tho Methodist church by Eider C. AY. Crutchfleld, tho pastor, thenco his burial in the Richmond cemetery. T Jake Collins T. For Sheriff. . BIRTHS. Born on Nov. 20tu, to the wife of Mr. Hubert Griggs, a rirl baby, named Elian Emma Im- - perial Russian Ballet Imperial Mikail Mordkin's All-StRussian Ballet, which will . bo seen at the Lexington Opera House, November 27th, 1911, is tho greatest choreagraphic organization over given leave of absence from tho Imperial Opera House of St. Petersburg and Moscow. Although loath to loso the services of Russia's favorite dancers, the Imperial Government gavo Impressario Max Rabinoff every aid in organizing this big company. 'Their object? Some obsorvors say "Nothing more or loss than that of tho press agent." Indeed, Nicholas, Czar of all the Russians, is called by some tho greatest of that ever increasing cult of publicity of tho pleamen. He deprives-himsel- f sure of seeing his greatest dancers for another whole season, and has permitted tho Balalaika his court musicians, Orchestra, to cross the seas, in order that public opinion in America may be further favorably shaped. Last year's tremendous success of tho Pavlowa-Mordki- n Company set Americans to thinking, "If Russia can produce such art as this, surely the country cannot bo as unenlightened as it is painted." In appealing to American judgment, Russia chose a medium, too, which strikes not onlv intellectuals, but tho good plain ordinary people as well. The highbrows flock to see the Mordkin company because the members represent the Business fiowor of Russian high art. men and others who would yawn their heads off at Grand Opera or an Ibsen drama, go to see the Ocular opera, because they thoroughly enjoy the marvellous dancing, movement, color and At the Metrothe exquisite music. politan Opera House, which engaged the Mordkin ballet for performances during Decomberand January of this year, financiers and business mer, whose boast is that they go to the Metropolitan only to escort their wives and daughters, sit up and take careful notice "whon tho Russians have crowded the house. Everywhere the dancers appear, the "Russia spectators say to themselves; Under tho is the land of a great art." spell of the dancing there fade away the o'd, old thoughts of Russia vodka, the knout and Siberian exile. Never before has Russia been so high in American esteem, and it is mostly because of the great art of Mordkin and his associates. This company carries its own special orchestra of fifty pieces. Prices range Orders sent to One to Three Dollars. Manager Scott, will receive prompt attention. ar at . tfutuu o. womns announces nis can didacy for the ofllce of Sheriff of Hadi-so- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. He appeals to all citizens of Old Madison who vote for competency and integrity and honesty and fairness in ofllce for their support. Jako Collins is known throughout the county as one ot the "wheel horses" of Democracy, ever ready and willing to lend a helping hand or lead the hosts to e ii- - A Bald-Head- ed Marriage. Preaching at ML Zion. Elder RiddM, of Leuxtegtee, will certainly Hair preaeh at Mt. 'AUm. CfcrietiMi cfcwnh, woman. is Whoeonld love and Sunday, Nov. h bcteg the fweth aM headed weman? What ane a rmy to offset Sunday in tho moetk. eaM Shorn of Her Crown of Beauty, Loses in Love and to ry a dU- - 3., harms T Craabarrios, celery, ton's. Plao yur order giving. ytton at CvV mow tmr TImmIu- - jt r" Improving. Mrs. K. G. Wiggins west to Lexington two weeks ago to ooosult a specialist as to her health. She is JaiBroTtee aad is able to walk to her physician's ottee daily. Although she is not yet relieved. her physician thinks he will send her heme, a well woman, in aboat two weeks mere. Her mnv frienls certainly hope so. to Scalp Zemo Treatment and Don't fail to place your order for Thanksgiving turkey with C. C. Culton, Also fresh celery Prices guaranteed. oystors, etc. 2t Death of Creed Gott -- Bought Out Messrs W. H. Douglas & Sons have 't! semi-monthl- bought and havo taken possession of the Coal and Feed business of Million Bros., near the L. & A. station, Harvey Douglas and his boys need no intro duction to our people. They aro "hustlers" and will do business. The. Million Bros., have not yet decided into what business they will embark, but the old saying, "you can't keep a good man down" fits their case exactly. A Bargain. Two hundred acres of good unim proved land within a mile-o- f Richmond with outlet to pike. A big bargain if taken quick. Blub Gbass Real Estate Co. 23 2 A positives guarantee that you will have a fine turkey for Thanksgiving is Unable To Anwer. His to place yburorder with Gulton. At the Courts a case concerning motor 2t - prices are right. driving was being heard when the chaf- miles an hour he could.if necessary.pull up in ten or twelve feet. "Urn," said Thon the next witness, ,an the judge. Said his expert, gave his evidence. lordship: "If a motorcar were traveling at forty miles an hour, and he brakes, could bo put on in such a manner as to I stop it within ten or twelve feet, where "Depends very would the driver go?" much on tho sort of life he'd been liv ing," said the expert. feur declared that while driving at forty Rev. D. H. Scanlon. Rev. D. H. Scanlon. pastor of the Presbyterian Church, this city, has been in poor health for several months, with much doubt as to the cause of his trouble. He went to Lexington last week, and after a thorough examination, his physician advised an operation for apMrs. Scanlon joined her pendicitis. husband there on Sunday, and on Mon day, at the Good Samaritan Hospital Dr. Barrow assisted by Dr. Scanlon, a brother of Rev. Mr. Scanlon,from North Carolina, performed the operation. Tho patient passed a restless night as was expected. Later, a telegram from Mrs. Scanlon to Mr. K. R. Burnam, announced that her husband was resting easily and with but liltlo fear as to the outcome. Dr. Scanlon and his wife are very popular in Richmond and have a great many friends who extend their sympathy and anxiously await further news from the bedside of the patient. Mr, R. R. Burnam who was in Bourbon countySunday, having heard of the situation went at once to Lexington, to extend his sympathy and render whatever assistance might be in. his power. Inauguration. Food Sale. There will bd a Food Sale, Wednesday, Nov. 20th, at D. B. McKinney's grocery on Main street, for the beooflt of the Second Christian church. - j Both are eliminated by the What Some Papers Say. Remington Adding and Subtracting lypewnier (Wahl Adding frfecharOan) II I n ILH! j The Pensacola (Fla.) Metropolis says. UlarK adherents ana uearst aovocaies A New Enterprise. .1 41 i ll n. The macninewmcn rtuuaevci of writing and caicuwwig' 10 . 1 . labor saving: oasis. rr"; rcv" I nMAV4W4M h h MBl VISIBLE WRITING T V I S I B LJb A D P I N CM nn i ilHMH will all be thoroughly united for tho coming struggle the greatest political conflict the world has over known." Dodge City, Kas: "Champ Clark was indorsed for tho nomination for President by a convention .of this Congressional district. This district consists counties." of thirty-tw- o I The New Orleans (La.) Item says: "Robert O. Wickllffe, one of the most popular of the Louisiana delegation to Washington, said: "Uhamp Clark, the Mirabeau of the coming political revo lution, teems dostined from all present appearances to step as high as did Jaaes K. Polk from the Speaker's chair to the White House.' " Senator Graham," in the Clarimore (04;k.) Loader, says: "1 do believe that Champ Clark is the best man n the SoHth." The Sulphur (Okla.) Democrat says; "Thfe U ao doubt but that Champ Crk k th straneMt an in the United SUU for tho Trmi&micy." Articles of. Incorporation have been in Frankfort incorporating the Richmond Clock, Silvorware and Optical Company, Richmond; capital, $2,000; incorporators. Dr. R, L. dark, E. C. Clark and Thomas Wells. filed Good Money tor Some One. Tomorrow (Thursday) at 10 o'clock a. m. the property of tho Richmond Coop erage Company, described elsewhere in this issue, will be offered at public sale. It is a valuable pleco of proporty. There Is good money in it foe somebody. Former Senator James B. JfcCreary will bo inaugurated Governor of Kentucky, December 12th, and for the second timo in his long career of public service will tako up the duties of Chief Executive of Kentucky. 'His inauguration will bo tho most memorable in history of the State for more reasons than one. He will bo the first Governor to bo inaugurated at the new Capitol, and in all human probability will bo the last Governor of Kentucky from the rapidly thinning ranks of the old Confederate soldiers. In former years, the inaugura'ion of a Governor of Kentucky servod as a reunion of Confederate soldiers, and it is more than probable that this occasion will serve as such an event. Tho white haired wearers of the gray will be in Frankfort on December 12 in great numbers, for every Confederate soldier who can carry a cane will be The day of tho inthere on that day. auguration will serve as ono of festivity for Democrats this year. Although the occasion is yet nearly a month off, al ready preparations aro being made for it. It Is planned to have an irugural parade this year unequalled in Frankfort's history. The oath of ofllco will be administered at the now Capitol. A distinctive feature of the JlcCreary inauguration will be the body-guar-d of the Governor-elect- . His carriage will be surrounded by the McCreary Guards, and not college men as irai tuo case of Governor Willson fout 3'ears ago. In stead ot the college yell there will bo tho rebel yell, and instead of flags of itarvara mere win do nags ot the Am Your Thanksgiving iHitner will be complete if you purchase yor groceries from D. B.'MeKInney, who has the best of anything on the market in his Use. It battle against the common political enemy. Always a strong man in busi Sunday School Convention. ness and political life he is easily the the annual ooavooAtlon of the Madwoa poor of any possiblo rival for the ofllce County Sunday School Association is ho seeks. planned for Monday and Tuesday, Dec Fearless, straightforward, fair and ember 4 and 5, at Richmond. Dr. J. G. competent, it goes without saying that Urabbe, President of the Association, - is if elected he will fulfill all the require- arranging for a rousing rally for the en ments of this high ofllce with credit to tire county on this occasion. Dr. Jofh himself, his friends and the county. Iin. General Secretary, of Louisville, Democracy in Old Madison will have no and Mr. W. J. Vaugban. Field Agent, abler, better or truer representative in of Louisa, will be present during the ofllce should he be elected Sheriff. convention and make addresses. Special There is that in the man's make-u-p and music will be given under the direotion strength and squareness that insures of Prof. John 6. Kooh of ibe Stat! success to Democracy with him in the Normal. Ho stands for tho best in harness. Monday night's rally will bo held at terests of his party. the Christian church; the program on Tuosday will be heM at Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse terian church. Lunch the First Presby will be served to visiting delegates as guests of Dr. Crab-b- o Company. at the Normal Catnnus Tiuuiav Will be open to receive tobacco, Nov Noon. Everv Sunday School in Madiember 27. Sales begin December 4. son county is urged te send a good dele 23-gation to this annual feast. Depart ment officers will present their annual B. Jones Dead. Pres. J. reports, and opportunity will be given Pres. J. B. Jones, President of Wil forgoneral discussions along lines of liam Wood college, at Fulton, Mo., died. Modern Sunday School work. Come Wednesday. November 8th, while on a and bring your friends with you. visit to his mother in North Carolina. Prof. Jones was educated at tho Bible College at Lexington, Ky., and then opened a boarding school for young ladies at Fulton, Mo,, where he and his wife had built up a flourishing school. His wife was Miss Carrie Anderson, who taught in Madison Institute for Wo want you to try Rexall '93" Shampoo Paie. several years. She is woll known here: as advertised in the Saturday Evening Post. If it and has many friends, who will sympadoes not satisfy you, come back to us and gel your thise with her in her great sorrow. Miss money, it belongs to you and we want you to have Louise Covington taught two years in it. You didn't promise er sign aaythiotr. Your Pres. Jones' school at Fulton. MERE WORD IS ENOUGH. 2t garomoat? A woman's sue! kt usually lev and marriage. Her crowning glavy m her hair. The loss of her hair man her beanty. happiness, and unreal. Yei right here in Rochester, there are t: ou sends of women who are neglecting or injuring their hair to suce an extsDt that it is only a matter of time when it will be utterly mined. Many women destroy the beauty of their hair taiwNgh tnonghtknanees or ignorance of certain facts. They use anrling irons er to excess, whieh destroys tne natural oil of the hair, oaneing it le split, break.and come eat. They do net shampoo their hai often enough, or too often. They use soaps er preparations which eun'aln ingredients positively hnrmful lathe scalp and hair. As a result of such treat meat, dandruff is crated, the hair loosens, lows color, falls out, and baldness commences, un less proper and prompt prcoaations are taken in time. Then again, microbes and certain diseases bring about unhealthy scalp and hair conditions. Almost any woman mar rid herself ot dandruff and diseased scalp and hair if she will but use the right remedy. We nave inai remedy, ana we will positively guarantee that it will either cure dandruff and baldness or it will not cost the user anything. That's a pretty breed statement, but we will back it and prove it with our own raeaev. We will raemra vour money if you do net 8nd that Hexall "99" Hair Tonic is an entirely satisfac tory remedy that will promote hair growth and overcome scalp and hair troubles; that it will grow hair even on bald heads, unless all life m the hair roots has been extmgutehed.the feJBaies olesed, and the scalp is glazed and shiny. It gets its name from the tact that it grew heir in 98 out of 100 eases, where it received a thoroughly hard, impartial, and praotieal test. We want vou to try Kexnu ' w ' Hair Teaie at our risk. You surely not lose anything by doing so, while yes You had bethave everything te gain. ter think this over, and then come in You will and see us about this offer. be well repaid for your visit to our store. Remember, you can get Retail Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. ' II L. Perry. Richmond, Ky. orer-huato- d. TRY IT AT OUR RISK Humane Society Pictures. The Humane Society has arranged, through the courtesy of Manager Bax ter, to havo displays for several nights at the opera house, beginning tonight- Picture displaying and emphasizing the work ot the Humane Society in prevent ing cruelty to all kinds of dumb brute;. exaMl "93" Shampoo Paste removes and prevents daBdruff, increases head comfort, promotes hair health and beauty. It is especially pleasing to ladies because It tends to make the hair soft, silky, and fluffy and is easy to use. A Great Treat RexaU Price 25c a Jar. "93" Shampoo Paste Is Sold in This City Only at the REXALL Store, You canaot buy it at any ethar store in this city. Remember wo guarantee Rexall Shampoo Paste to give eat Ire "satisfaction. This same guarantee applies to all the many other Rexall preparaliofis. Yen risk no money by tryisg it. The Imperial Russian Dancers will appear at the Opora House, Lexington, Nov. 2T. Mortday night. Mikail Mordkin whose dancing is unequaled will be assisted by Julia Siedlowa who has replaced Pavlowa. Tho dancers bring their own orchestra of 30 pieces, and a large ballet. Don't miss this opportunity of seeing tho artist dancers of the world. '" Card of Thanks. In this hour of our greatest; bereave ment wo wish to thank our many friends and neighbor lor their kindness and sympathy during tho sickness and death of our beloved. Gertrude. as. and Mrs. J. E. Hulbtt Mr. Chas. F. Bsitdbr. AND West Main H. , . PERRY It Phone . . don't trau here.' "We both lose money when you ericMjlepublia. A Household Medicine. i i: rvtl naive yuui ceitscuuii: -; AHHouHcemeals ., early while sizes are complete. g Our shop is patronized by the best dressed women in town. Your Fall Winter Shoes Await Your Gall at Our Boot Shop Never in your life have you seen an array of Fall and Winter Boots such as we will 5 how you this season. There is a style of last for every foot; button, blucher and straight lace; heights, from the low walking shoe to the extreme storm boot, in tan, dull, patent, kid, ' velvet and suede. An imposing array. , crave-nett- e, That stops coughs quickly and . cures FOR SHERIFF colds is .Foley's Honey and Tar, Comffinrizril tf nnnminee ELMER Will buy or sellyour bouse, pound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2520 Jeffer-so- a DEATHEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of St , So, Omaha, Neb., says; "I .Madison county, subject to the action of farm town lots or any thing can recommend Folcly's Honey and Duieocratlc party We ate authorized to Tar Compound as a sure euro for I BALDWIN a cnntllelate announce JOHN Js.1 plsf in tfiR TLfn.l "Estate line. for Sheriff of Mod-t coughs and cblds Tt Mson county, subject to the ueUon of the Any .DUSUieSS intrusted to I ter of a bad CDid and my I Democratic party. . Benson, cured herself and her whole We are authorized to announce N. B, urn will oe promptly ana family with Foley's Honey and Tar inVRRa mmiltlntf frr Sheriff ci( Mnrilflnn attended to. See Compound. Everyone in our neighbor- county, subject to the action of the JJeiho- J earef ully hood speaks highly of it." For night we are authorized to announce, h. H.lhirn if his services arerineed- coughing, dryness and tickling in the subject to the action o the ed. 'broat, hoarseness and all cpughs and son county, party ; colds, take Foley's Honey and. Tar Com- democratic "We represent iron oound to announce ore hereby authorized, pound. Containcs no opiates. Always VAN B. BEXTQN candidate for m a yellow package. For Sale by of .Madison county, amiujcet to .tne Sheliff Insurance Companies re action oi the ilemocmtic party. Stockton &Son, member tins. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY When in need ot tllacksmithlng: iu Wo are authorized to announce S. A. any of its branches, Farming Imple O Jones as a candidate for County At$106 Reward, $1 ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, torney of Madison county, subject to The readers' of this nauer will be d1is?! to Rubber tires &o, get prices from U. E the action of the Democratic party. learn that there Is at feast ena dreaded disease its We are authorized to announce R. 1L tost science nas la Deen a&ie to core la ailGore-iMilter, Uuion City, Ky. asd. that CROOKK n candidate tor County Attorney stares, only poeltlve Catarrh. Hall a Catarrh medcure sow known to the the - Democratic Those Avho have not paid theft taxos subject tn the action of theical rraternltr. Catarrh being; a constitutional treatment. disease, requires a constitutional vll) be called.upoh to pay a penally ol pnrty. We are authorized lo announco O. P. Hall's Catarrh Core is taken lnternallr. actio ten per cent. This is law and if jou Jackson as a directly upon the blood and xnncoas snrfsces of. lo the 5T5t.ni. tberebr destroying the foundation candidate for overlooked tho matter blame yourself Madi and girlng the patleat itrenjth oftico and not collector. Yesterday was the county,of County Attorney of of the at the disease, tbe constitution snd assisting na by bollillne up subject to tbe action son ture in ooinfr it woric ine proprietors narv the list day of grace. so mnch faith in Its raratlre Dowers thst they Democratic party. James & Hunlcy Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that, you bring. Remem- her we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALB THE Eest Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kkxkd t-r ai it t.;J r nn.w. tv.epairs tur an tuuu ui luuuimtiy. "We JfLr T M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 Kentucky! t-- f. frt m the swsatioa of last saason a perfect fit with an abundance of snappy style. A J K test that Tke J K Shee liu wm the hearts ef Uio young women of this lovra because it has all tho qualities of style, fit and Umt k hull is bMts stfare4 la the exolustve shoe stores of New York, Qhicigo and other large cities. "Wo are exclusive agels A MgrlMi wwMcing boot that appeals to young women who demaud comfort with stylo. A J K model The J K 5hoe is for; young women, "ItFitsj I. S. STANIFER, the Arch' The Home of Good Clothes. Corner 5econd and Main Streets Be sure to ask to see the J K 5hoe. Made only for women. For Sale Cheap. Smmm mwijitiw Dkr Bras Ofltee. in god X6--tf Gifts for All Occasions in the United States better able to meet your requirements in exclusive selections of Diamonds in unique and distinctive settings; Sterling SJverware wrought by experienced artisans; Gold Jewelry of refined and artistic character; Sheffield Silverware of Toilethard metal with ware of sterling silver and of ebony; Watches of the world's leading makers; Herschede Hall and Mantel Clocks of national reputation for case designs, timekeeping, and famous Tubular Chimes that sound the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittingtcn and Westminster; in fact, with the choicest in jewelry, and sflversmithing at moderate prices. A Catalog of Hall and Mantel Clocks only is issued, as assortments in other lines are always changing so as to include the latest approved designs. But selections, insured and express paid, will be sent to those making themselves known as reliable through the Correspondence Department A personal visit when ia Cincinnati wiH be appreciated. establishment gold-smithi- The Island of Regeneration (Continued from Page 4, XfaKi'teaereifcliafaHi6. tt. Kvery There is no Ay iavor made tf Section 2) she could draw a flickering breath, she would not give up. The boat, being water-loggedid not pitch so much as before and she was able to maintain her hold, although every wave that broke over her drenched For Rent her again and again. Having MciM to dfecntiaoe house She wondered why the boat did not fcaapiag, I vUk to rwt my dwelling en sink and then she realized that the Howe U i mod repair, mui VET Sioaad str empty gasoline tanks which she had wWi all aootccary out build- To get good results in shotgun shooting-- , closed and locked, prevented the final tafte. aUbte, good BMtnrt, partan, etc. catastrophe; that the boat was in a it 13 necessary to have a load that makes aa Mik cow. I ah haw far aale Ai certain sense a life boat; that it would f u T. J. Xtrtv. even pattern, rives eood oenetrations am! ; float so long as the water pressure Daa Hraok. fir, lightitteg. crclooe did not succeed in opening the tanks. reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester u a livestock. Therefore, she was for the moment Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. safe. The only Immediate danger If yaa at gotagte kave a party have would be the capsizing of the boat MMissafce yow briok ereaai to that The next time you buy, insist upon having thern. which would throw her out. Since tf the launch was already full of water y THE RED W BRAND 1 the woman did not think this was Automobiles Painted. likely to happen. my fcop oa ThW St. I P At She held on, her vitality gradually ml to patot and trim AatoaobUes. growing weaker, hoping for the morn Oatriagaa, Baajgias aa4 Vehicles of all Ing and an abatement of the storm. Silversmiths Jeweler Goldsmiths " I bare a patter of lone She bad no Idea of time, of course. Had who aadwaf mm his The Frank Herschede Co. She could not tell what the hour was. Prteas ae tow ac eooskUsut ii was sun aarK, nowever, when a Herschede Building, Fourth Avenue, East, strange sound smote her ear. She vntbCral , daas work. tSiwa bm a tnl. Cincinnati, Ohio hoard It above the wild scream of the and ijbi ilaa;. Maoknaiitbine Mam wind and the awful beat of the waves, Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from :taaU It was a crashing sound, a battering 12-t- f i A Moore any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been sound, a fearful, protentous sound a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderfu: Tbe boat ran forward more swiftly For Rant now. She wondered the reason. Tak benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl kitehoa. ia ing advantage of a brief lull, she Boigkborbeod. Cardui Is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's foot abandoned her grip on the thwart and ing Richmond, Ky. . ailments. ficuauru as a nopio. Ana again, Matarta -- ATrose to her knees. Immediately in It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. OUnaa& 5ome Richmond People May Ate larVatiMrat w. D U-tDy investing right here in your I front of her she saw a white wall dis f It has been In successful use for more than 50 years. Oa't wait mi its too Lata It closed to her by the lightning flashes. homo community you aro dealing I has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. She did not know what it was. The Wadaiac tnyiutiaar, after marriage in values you understand and with Don't wait too late. roaring sound came from thence. She Be sure to be in time. aaafe, aaath aad birth aaaouneaneats, people you know; hence ths risk was being borne rapidly toward It Just in timo with kidnoy ills nartaiac. evarythias ia this line of work fane was neartng it with astonishlccr of loss isjcompletely eliminated. Means curinc the bnnk aria at or aafiavad at CUmax swiftness. The boat was moving more B3foro backache becomes chrnnln- fcaabiMii atriotly ooaftaaattaL tf What youl dont now about lum quickly now than at any time since uetoro serious urinary troubles snts Of The Richmond Cooperage ber wo are hero to toll you and Pfajg's Para Apple Yiaaaar at All man she had been in it. At last it broke Company, Thursday, Nov li-upon her consciousness that the white ! Doan's Kidney Pills will do this. we may bo ablo to help you avoid Hero is testimony to prove it. wall was a mass of foam; that the sea ember 23, 1911, at 10 A.M. Mrs. mary iMeely. of Denver. Term . mvq "t ,mt- many of the mistakes that are fre Five, Ufa, AocM Hritb Imwt Mrs. ilarv Hinson. 21 Ktmiiior 5i was crashing against some hidden Mt. Sterling, Ky., says: "I Believe Tb vwy least oM Ush) Oaotftasile uiwc i nu tonic on eann, as good as Cardui I used it quently mado in the selection ofl shore and that great breakers were that if I had not used Doan's Kidnoy f, Wa S. BiMtVhK. Act. there. wiui ine very best results. I had backache and nearly The Richmond Cooperage Company lumber unsuited fordifferent pur would not bo today. My Une ot the grandest opportunities offered in this! The land that she had longed for Pills, I was verv Door living two nf mir will, for the' purposo of dissolving, on awgor Iran a everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Card-.'- . Ttare is Uttla health and poses. Some lumber is 0. K. for float sw attack of Um crip areept wfea section in many years for securing a fine country home near indeed lay athwart her course. In best physicians said that I had dropsy November tho 23rd, at 10 A. M. on tho Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I premises, sell to tho highest and best outside uses and not worth a cent leXiowed by paountoswt, awl Mis Bever another moment she would be in and could not expect to recover. shaT hajniBWC whan chamber teta's Cegfa wie thriving city of Winchester, always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I given on Satur mass of boiling foam. Well, she that gave me a year to prepare for myThey bidder the tract of 17.77 acres of land will be had sad owned by for interior finish, awl vice versa. Raniady m tscad. ThU reaedy has was day, November it in tho city of Richmond iato. secretions were un Said can t praise it too highly. As a medicine 25th, when the beautiful home known as the fought a good fight The end "was at natural ine kidnoy body Vi o know just what is best for property fronts tho right of way of ita rraM roputwlin and extebsive sale for weak, tired and my was nana- - wltn Bome Instinct of tho worn-o- ut by its yniartasbla enres of eoMs Senator Hargis place, on the Paris pike, about 2 miles from heroic, death would not find her lying nervous and suffered bloated. I from Dom me Li. cc n. ana Li. ss a. Kailroads women. Cardui Is safe and reliable. Try it today' sevorelv most purposesand havo it in stock it the Four Mile Koad, Estill Avenue and frif) ajd om be relied upon wMa headaches ond dizzy spells, during to show you. Drop In and let's It is thorcfore aceaoMenoe. For sale by Stock toa Winchester, will be offered at public sale in three different down Desperately she struggled to which spots floated before mv eves. I tno our Mile pike. Wrto io: Uila' AdTisorr Dept. Outoaooa Medidn , Co. dattaaoon. her feet and stood, balancing herself often had to grasp something for sup- cessible from any direction; and in addi& boa. tracts. talk it over to the wild onward rush of the boat port. My back was also very weak and tion to lyin on both railroads, has a 11 The wall of foam was close at hand. I could not stoop to button my shoes. switch 1CS5 feet long running through it connecting the two. It also has about . For one second she threw out her m jam, a couia naraeiy get around. 1 1200 "There's No Place Like Home." feet of additional siding, giving to next moment, a was so much impressed Will consist of the improvements and about 52 acres of arms and theshe could feel withnot ;iven iu praise 01 uoan by a testimonial the entire property switching facilities s illdney iills crasn wnicn If Said property is fine level land with many handsome forest trees. The dwell hear, the boat beneath her feet was ahat I decided to try them and procured unexcelled anywhere. the City Water uoi. Aiioy gavo me prompt relie also conneoted with up and hurled on something ana nrtea by a sis inch main which reaches Todd-Edwar- ds f mains continued tekinc them Having aoU my farm, I will at public ing is a magnificent brick structure with slate roof and con fearfully solid. She every part of tho property. was thrown wass iin good health. I havo butuntil awet ion, witkont raerve, oa tains ten (10) Large rooms with spacious reception hall, water. tbrouBh the air like a bolt from a cat- irouuio irom my kidneys now." littln It is improved by threo largo factory have never seen buildings formerly used as a warehouse, uyuiu a wave struct ner in tne duck dealers. Price 50 oawi, piped lor gas or acetylene, two-storservants house. and beat her almost into insensibility. r or saio oy anCo.. Buffalo. Nbw cents. machine shop, hand-shoalso an office n VhrU with good sense but w ...id building, a good stable, large shed, and She was tossed and driven half un solo agents for tho United States. at M o'clock a. m. sell m foUowto-isrosiar- carriage house, poultry house, dairy, stock barn, wind-mi- ll "" Remember the name Doan's and excellent pond. In addition toboing O conscious over the space of shallow 'beauty enough to make and m fact every convenience that heart could wish. This water and rolling tho only property in Richmond lying on I .Nil e VX I --iV Xr H sea upon a sandy take no other. Ka 1 Utrioyw M tawkegawe mmte, both railroads suitable for business Dur-home must be seen to be fully appreciated. self highly agreeable. If is situated shore. Blindly she crawled on. The yvova, iu 13 i;aiauiu oi I yaailiaa, stare male, . into I A For 5ale. W Sasmu. any number of building lots; and is well Are tne largest seemed ord in me very heart of the Bluegrass aud certainly . is in the waves power. suddenly to have lost Puro-brcwish to see faces lisrht ur vritl Braoa sows vfak 7 fsige, d their She did not know that Hourbon Red Turkoys; No- - adapted to any kind of manufacturing garden spot of the world. 1 re aoar ka business, warehouse, coal, lumber or cf buvzrs oi cante, nogs, sneep, she had been thrown past a barrier vembcr delivery. joy and satisfaction just C 4 aows. stock yards. A. D. & 0. D. Miixek. reef and carried over a lagoon and lambs, and calves at the Cin- 25-t- f in amoti'' the customers Kichmond, Ky.' dropped on a sea beach; that only the I Dearly new then as a whole and sold so as to bring Cinnatl Union otOCK Yards. weoa with roost unusual and gigantic waves could Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets Consign your stock to them her, 1 MM? prtg WSgBB. txmtaiu , aoout 4t acres each of splendid Bluegrass land reach powerbut s"he knew that they had you crazy. Can't bear the touch of w , ... .. , 10 uarm ner. Ana sosne your cloihing. Doan's Ointment cures main switch, and contains all tho land an 1 U tower wMi Ihhmm. "wo .. receive the highest market ,j. wmu jevtst uuu will raise anytning that grOWS OUt Of the crept desperately and doscedlr on un. the most obstinare cases. Whv snfror uoiwcen mis swucn anu tno u. & K. OMr aUL 1 mmI keMle& fee prices. 4,1 sne fel1 forward In the warm rallro.ad, and tho old dirt road, and is nt ArOk, em iMtt. ONOteg bax.een earth in this latitude. sand All druggist sell it. y MMliMi fma Mrfe, plows, gers, tee. improvcu Dy a frame ware. Tho 0ui. i,m mac uiatc uiuuiuwv u, , nn p. m., rain Or and iasped into absolute and total un- cola ni oi, i house, about 150 by 100 foot, there is on Turkeys for 5ale. sKqmKc mm an m arete ttlMr articles consciousness. i:ou Terms: Qmt. shine, in front of our office on Main Street, next door to Ihavo for sale a few clini ftill rrmr mis piece a sluing 000 feel long which Continued next week. Low Red Turkeys and Rhodo Island Red runs in front of warehouse. Dealing BRUTUS J. CLAY. Citizens National Bank, Winchester, Ky. Lot .No. 2 lies north of main switch Chickens. Telephone 250. five rinps. Tea CfceMMlt, Auotieseer. SS-hwe and includes it, and contains 5.5 acres of E. T. Miller, R. F. D. No. 3, Telephone 62 Parties desiring to inspect property will be taken there .Cleaning and Pressing Opera House Bu " : land, yn this lot is located main lac 25-t- r Richmond, Ky. tory building, consisting of a machine by us at any time. On the morning of sale convevances wilt shop, two stories, fully be kept at our doors to take prospective purchasers out to ed Ladles and gntlcmensclothin clean Old corn W,25 per bbl. by tho load. equipped dry kilns 215x40 loot; and a 220x03 foet, and pressed by Mrs. G. P. Bradley 3end your order to brick engine and boiler annexabout lOOx inspect the property. 160 becond St. up stairs. Work is of 100 foot. In this building there are in Arnold & Simmons. tf 2va. L riwkmntl la Atlanta. Arrives . highest order, price low. A trial ordea f stalled ready for uso two ldrgo boilers, a Fir grazing or feeding cattle calLon. or every gem in cur fine collecTLRM5:One-thir- d 1 place your orders with is sollcted. . nt Can't look welL oat well or fnnl ivn uirgu unginu, une siiamng, pulley, and a4 DMttc 106 a. a. tion of jewels is, and their rich with imnure blood feeding mnr Kn,ir other attachments to afactory building. vl. Rfehaond to Staalwd. De- color and brilliancy and uniPinnell-McMulIePossession January 1st. For further information, call on Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Also a Diactcsmlth shop equipped with n perte a. a. For Rent Bitters. Eat simply, take exercisR. a steam lathe, drill Dress, eneino. anTT or aaaress Urn. I. LMfetritle to BeaUyvilie Live Stock Commission Co. que and exquisite setting uuvuj vice, etc. . xnis Dunning is well life. Dwelling on tho Summit; also, three ke9P 0,ean.and yu wU1 havo make them fit gifts for a Arrivas IS: 10 p. a. Departs 12:16 adapted to any kind of. manufacturing Kansas-Cit- y Stock Yards nice rooms over store on Second street. Ke. 87. Owatnnati to Ksexvilie. Ar Queen. We have everything If used for a Dan Breck, fire, lightning. cyclone or warohouso purpose. 21-- tf Apply to U. T. Fqi. warenouse, a large sum can bo realized rives lim a. a. Departs 12:12a. ra A careful selection of what and live stock insurance. nt I that is new and nnvpl in nins tf irom saie 01 maohuiery, piping, etc. will be K. . HriirfwrinU to Jaoksoaville. ' made by our TV. f) Pnrt- - k -. For pains in the side or chest damnnn a even as junk. Winchester Real Estate Company, AmvwiM Departs 11:20 a. m ear screws and drops Vn this lot is located an ofllce build- has bad 28 years exoorience in fii !n; rinSs mucB oi uanei ivun i:nnmrnrinnre ing, with three large rooms, a small - iiinimoni ana Dinu it on over tho seat .Winchester, Kentucky. addres' prices that are remarkable ancTmmuuonfto itewlend. Ueparts 1:03 p. m. room, a lareo oi pain. There Is nothimr bettor. Pnr wirAri fnr Col. Geo. D. Speakes. Auctioneer. ior cneir low ngure S. LoaisviHe to Beett'ville oy biockton &Hon. .. lectrioity, and with all ... saie necessary HP l. trt I. . . Arrives 6:46 p. a. Departe7:25 p.m W. fiuuiuuiK. xi3 uunuing win maxe a W. W. Broaddus Co.. havo gooa residence not used as an olBce. Ne. 8. OtBCtanaU & MMwviHe to Stan Kansas City Stock Yards tacuuies ior storage. Brine in vour uo sio. contains s.aj acres of land wheat. let. p.Arrives 73l p. a. Departs Z- -tf el uu 'vwui is luuuieu ine nana snop, an 7sa m. excellent building 250x40 feet, with a North Bew4 wareroom 40x20 feet. This property Mules for Sale. . Mr Farmer: ilale ronr homA ne mniiAin ( . n. fronts L. & A. Ilailroad, and if sold 3fe.S4. AUaBtatoOlBnatf. i Arrives denco nd place yourself ia a position to get Ten extra good mare mules. the latest , market quotations at soparaioiy.tJstiil Avenue will bo orion.!. . X. .. a I'll , - mq,, k. QMnmnli,!.. im Departs 4:10 a. m. BV LltnA H. D. ItATBOJf. u uirnaa uiI our teiepnone service, when eu so as io reacn it. j nwiujuucu 25-t- f btamord Dentist 1.i&ysvtHe. to OlfiotMiaU rb3 pea aud your neighbor cang.it for.a sum that is small. compared wUh'the ben-efi- ls Silver Creek. Ky. ijoi no. 4 consisu of six acres on tho Arrives 0H0 a. IS THE BEST JN THE received. Call or address our nearrat offlce or write JirHOn iwiiu ena 01 property.on it are the pond .';Telephono 267 Departfi 030 a. m. Nashville. Tennessee, for information recardlnc ur bdIhI "hrmfJ-ii- una siaoio, it ironts four ililo road its A Mail Carrier's Load. WORLD rato If at present you are hot enioyinir telephone Ne. 2. Beauyvflte to Lealsville Offlw In Oldham Building euiiro jongtn, and also proposed exten ..an to rest von. OnrtlnM rvtritrdiA Rtato irA,tni rn-feeeros heavier when he has a weak sion of Estill Avenuo. 7:15 a. oa. Departs 7:20 Arrives because it is made of " IjATUnfrinfl atlll f hlf tnittham nriin n.t T.JtH r' " back and Kidney trouble. Fred Dueh- ....I TTI OI said nrnnortv will V,n All t the purest and best inXto. 3S. Leutsvflle to RtohmoBd via d A cash or if purchaser prefers, ren. Mail tr M BkntOO, jtewinM. Arrives 12:05 p. m. is gredients, because EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE LU., Jncorporaicd says: "I have been bothered with Mi. KaervTMe Xo Cincinnati. Ar fl. security, payable January 1, 1912, d DENTIST contain more healing, kidnoy and bladder trouble and had January 1, 1013, and rives 1:30 p. in. Departi 2:00 p. m. ATOSct lb Bennatt nnf....n d Severe nam nrtrnsu mv haLstrengthening and upJanuary 1, jum, deferred payments to T ...r. " """Pf ble in years may u oijjci.icu.iAiuis-- 1 T narrion a neavy . J. "'" Wk... TC. .VI Stanford to Riebaesd. Arrivo Hot is Teleioaa oi.lnall. mv kid per cent interest from.dato of oear six building material than fcOOp. m. ville Times. ney iroume increased. Some timo aco, jaiD, anu securect Dy a uen on property, The fight Ior the Speakership of the I started taking Foloys kidney Pills and any other Emulsion, and No. 4. Beatty1He to LeakviHe field x obsession wilt be given immediately M.n 1.1.1- - .1 : x 1imvn iroiion on-- 1 .. Freak Hen Egg. imnn r.nmnl,..H ...1.1. . -wwiik mum Arrives l6p. m. Departs 10 p.m next House has taken another turn and because it is a perfect f...vuUil.yiu5HiiUU.in.g saie, ex is boom has been started for W. H. rr,nM urejy 01 all mv Kirlnnr We oept to ofllco, which is occupied by careLawyers H. T. Soper brought lo this office I am riu sound now as No. K. JaeksesviHe to OlnotnnatL Ar--" as product of a scmntiffc-alf- y ever." Foley Shanks, of LiBColn county. Mr. Shanks taker as a home. ivinKlnnlin t .1,. Departs Sim p. m. rives asd yesterday a freak hen egg. "W&en Kidney Pills are tonic i Ton,. ,1 . Ofllce irDouglas &Simmona' new was for a third term and has perfect process. placed on a table, or any smooth sur bulck in . results. Trffthmn prt as, 9$. 32 ar been talked of as a candidato "for Said pioperty is open to inspection lo ao s 9u i. as, z;--. ' . " Bidding on Second Street the will always! jy o 10c k ion cc bon. anyone interested, and plat, survey and' Dafly tralas. No's 71, 1, i, cus10. 2, 7e gg Doctor the unrU ;opp, Court Houso Speakership for over a year. Until the face, 11 the ..: v. . stands . on end and con- any additional information will be given M ...... .. t : ad.'eot into tho race for Speaker of ; : to anyone applying to Mr. A. K. Bur-recognize cyclone Cteud B. Terrill, of Trimble county, itself to .that position j Immediately- nTtor and live stock insuring Jersey Sale. . .. tf 7,bt'v,,7 r ar. KoDert U. Burnain at ( A SrcrXjIil"V-A!- S oemg iaia aown. tr ptaped on an Incline iladlson National Bank. At the public sale of Jersey cattle the contest was believed made up be not exceeding forty-fiv- e degrees, conHarry A. Schoberth, of "Wood"I am Tileased t held by W. R. Spann iSeaaear Shelby-viil- tween trary to expectations, it will not roll berlain's Coutrh ItAmsdv Nov. 3rd., sixty niee asimals sold ford, and Wallace Brown, of .Kelson, the Standard Ing I know of and Vut bow that the fight has ,ta.kea on so down, but will quickly adjust itself to tst ramio fn. for s avemge of ?M1 $er head. The Saccewor to Uarsin &DenBr I coughs, colds and iirmujfaful tM..ki. y BMrlei that well.nastM nnllti. sUBdiag position, and, save for' the of Cod Liver Oil ooiv, CtAreete's Prid,-- lopped the sale I writes Mrs. n. r rw;. ' R ihuM to Tate & Son say most anything 5 likely to vibration, will remain statioaarr. SAI,I, DRCOCI8TS 'Vo hare Ore; tte Bmic TrsK Cwmr I Happen and the most excltinc scram Harrodsburg Herald. it reputedly . i5 has U-WW, 0 I and TJCIiKPHONB m it never failed to lv ritef " E. Main 8 W. W. Broaddus Oe. lor at! ' For sale by Stockton A Son. I I klads of st frage. tf I ' C-s, "Hy MM wk Wibid terribly about tbe Jam, m m dm. I applied Dr. Tkmm' Kkotoie Oil. Tins paw to to a restful mmm&t awl the MM s M."-Mn.tf- eacy X. Haaaos, Hsm-hwX. Y. Aiy Jey Elegant Bluegrass Farm For Sale in'early and avoid tho rush, as well as cratieparty. S. Wea to saving the penalty, by prompt payment rtrock reauthorized for announce Wm. of u candidate Superintendent D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Public Schools of Iadl?on County, sub Specialist ject to tne action ot ttie Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. In Diseases of BYE, EAR, NOSE The Right Kidney Medicine. Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Super J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft intendent of Public schools, subject to Oldham Bldg.and THROAT . Richmond. Ky Smith, Ark., says that ho had taken the action of tho Democratic party. many kinds of kidnoy medicine, but FOR JAILER did not got bettor until ho took Foley We are Kidney Pill's. No matter how long hn. ... authorized to announce MORGAN . f ,, .it.li.. you have had kidney trouble, nor at uc f Uie craYic party.iectto tae what stage of the disease your case may be, you will find quick and pern e are authorized to announco Cltdk manent benefit by tho use of Foley n.Aiuui u ciuumaiu tor jailor oi Jiau-- 1 Q"3 Kidney Pills. They also regulato the ison county, subject to tho action of the nunMC CO, Or 40 1 nVJlNC. action of the urinary organs. Start Democratic party. taking them now. For tale by Stockton We aro authorized to announce & Son. Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailor of Madison county, subjoct Money to Loan on Good Farm tho Democratic party. to the action or DENTIST FOR ASSESSOR Lands. . Lick, We are The Northwestern Mutual Liie In NOLANDauthorized toannounceGEORGE a candidate for Assessor of surance Co., will loan money at 5 per Madison County subject to the action of Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a cent interest on eood inmroved farm the Democratic party. Specialty. We are authorized to announce W. F". lands on Mortpo.'e. I AKMAN a candidate forAiutorflf Mad. Office in Bank Building. Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. Ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party Richmond, Ky. We are authorized to announce RUFUS TO INSURE YOUR lor Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver JENKINS a candidate to Assessor of HOUSE., WITH county subject theaction of the Tablets do not sicken or crrino. and mnv Madison Democratic party. be taken with perfect safety bv the FOR COUNTY CLERK most dolicate woman or the vountrost We child. The old and feeble will also find Houseare authorized to announce LaRueC. a candidate tor County Clerk fo them a most sultablo remedy for aiding Madison county subject to the action o Democratic party AT ONCE and strongthenine their weakened digestion and for regulating tho bowels. FOR CITY ATTORNEY THAN TO WAIT .UNTIL IT ror saie ny Stockton son. We are authorized to "announco MURBURNS' AND WISH Thos. A. Shollon, agent for Hurst RAY SMITH a candidato for City At YOU HAD Homo Insuranco Co. "Writo me or phono torney of Richmond, subject to theaction of tho Democratic party. 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Wo are authorized to announce D. M. "I doi't believe there is anv other CHENAULT a candidate for City At medicine so eood for whoonidrr cn'mrh ns torney, subject to tho action of tho Dem Chamberlain s Cough Remedy," writes ocratic party. . SURVEYOR Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction, City FOR POLICE JUDGE Ore. This remedy is also unsurpased Wo aro authorized lo'announce J. D. ior coius ana croup, t or sale by Stock Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, solicage of those its natron needing ser ion cc son; subject to the action of the Democratic vices of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field partv. We seeds, at attractive nrices. Seo us Leeds aro authorized to announco W. L. for Police Judgo of Richmond, before buying, subject to the action of the Democratic Arnold & Simmons. tr party. Don't uso harsh physics. Tho ra- acuon weanens the, bowels, leads to chronic constipation. Get Doan's' Ito. gulets, J.hey operate easily, tone the siuuiiicu, cure constipation. Como to Owen McKce. Rich mnnrl Because dollar for dollar we do Ky. for dry coods and notions. Otlmrc T. R. Pennington do and why not you. tf not believe there is anything else Dentist. on earth that brings the sai Office noxt door to Governmenl buil d offer One Hundred Dollars for any esse that SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENce laus to csre. Sena lor list or tesumoniais. We nre authorized to announce DENJA Address F. 3. CI1ENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Your taxes for tho year 1011 are now MIN F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Sold by alt Druggists, 73c. of Fubllc Schools of Madison in my hands for collection. Take Ball's Fimlly Fills for constipation. Come county, subject to the action of the Demo-- Taxes Due. - it Cotsetsl Coats Dr. M. Dunn mis Corsets 6-- tf Gossard Pep fectly Fitted Nuxol and Victor 5uife JESSE COBB, Oeneral Auctioneering. and Coats Made to "special ordei Style, fit and materia! anteed. Uall and see si and style books. liar-- 5 r uples H. L PATRICK ' Paint Kentucky Mrs. J. A. Moores I: 2X Second street :D. iv rreeman BLACK POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS Baammnw H. e. DOTY, Tudiciously Spent Money is That Put Into Homes Be Happy! Just In Time oc. U Fublic Auction EMBER 25, 1311 DISSOLU- - TION SALE TAKE The SATURDAY WoffiarfsTonic twl t-- 2lt Winchester, Ky. " t Public Sale ty: TRACT NO. as Betsys Pointers - Saturday, Dec 2nd, '11, y Foster-Milbur- p, It I. Lumber Co i Of "I au. yja1' n all-arou- nd two-bor- se TRACTS Nos. 2 and 3. mlTm,T iwo-slor- W. S. Norris. Lackey & Todd Prices and 5quare The Home of L. & R Time Table MW-nigh- L To Cattle Dealers 1 A Rare Beauty down, balance and 2 years. Martin and Holliday Rural Telephones L W ft t U. PARK j . F. J. YEAGER Dr; Robt. C Boggs 'itfj;Sr. BEAR IN MIND That our grocery one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service Unsurpassed. phone your order. Ourstock of seeds the besiin the county. guarantee them. Try us with an order and you be a a-- one-thir- it 4any one-thir- Fiht - 1 one-thir- 1 T . . t w " mr." " I ovr - tomer. e, R Emmctt Million DENTIST Scott's Emulsion 22 D. B. McKinney ' ad iac8or i Telephone 35 Street u tl