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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 191 1 .NUMBER 24 Can You Ask More? Good Advice. Bryan.at Chicago.emphatically denies that he is a candidate for th? Democratic nomination; denies emphatically that he will be and declares that he will not be the candidate of the party for the presidency. And ho proceeded to give expression to some views worthy the utmost consideration and respect, saying: . L. R. BLANTON, WJIDLBSALE AND JIBTAIL Your Money Back for the "Asking. You Promise Nothing. Wo are so confident Goal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOavMGN PORTLAND CEMENT nd All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are now receiving daily our Line of new-Fal- l Woolen and Silk Dress Goods L nens. Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Trim-n'ngLaces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a cy.II when wanting anj'thing in our line as we fell sure that we can make s, Prices That Undersold ca'.lj'call Cannot ..Be -- "Way not come in and see what we have? It will cost you nothing and will be appreciated : : : : T.ianking you for past favors, we will appreciate an White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Sfreet, below first, furnish relief for indigestion and dys pepsia that we promise to supply the medlcinefree of all cost to every one yho uses it according to directions who is not perfectly satisfied with the results. We exact no promises and put no one under any obligation whatever. Surely nothing could be fairer. Wo ard located right hero whero you live, and our reputation should be sufficient assurance of the genuineness of our ofier. We want every one who is troubled with Indigestion or dyspepsia in any form to come to our store and buy a box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them home, and give them a reasonable trial, according to directions. If they The Baking made don't please you, tell us and we will from Royal Grape Cream of guiefcly return your money. They have a very mild-bpositive action upon the organs with which they come in contact apparently acting as a regulative tonic upon the relaxod muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, . and aiding to restore the bowels to more Letter List Away Goes Pimples, vigorous and healthy activity. Three List of letters remaining in the Richsizes, 25c, 50c, and $1.00. Uemember, Blackheads, Eczema, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at mond, Ky., postoftlce fpr the week ond-in- g Dandruff and other ' November 24: our store The Rexall Store. II. h. Baylum, Mr. Anthony Perry's Drug Store. Skin Affections Bartley, Mr. T. A. ' Ballard, Mr. N. L. Stenographer. When Zemo and Zcmo Soap Are . Baxter. G. 0. Mr. Miss Estella Hicknell offers her serBecker, Mr. Perry Used. Ohcnault, Butler vices as stenographer and typewriter to Crow, Mr. Joe all who may need work in that line. Perry's "brug Store says: "We Cornelison, Mr. James Office with Judge Shackelford, are so confident that ZEMO and EMO f Davis, Mr. Charley SOAP used together will rid the skin or Forbes. S. C. Francis, Noland scalp of infant or grown ' person of Garrett, R. L. PIMPLES, BLACKHEADS, ECZEMA, - Golden, Mr. Robert DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any New Baby-Mus- t Hall Mr. Ash Harlau, Mr. Pete form. of itching, irritated, disfiguring Jones, Mr. John II. skin or scalp trouble, that we do not Johnson, Miss Sallie Be hesitate to recommend theso clean reMoberloy, Miss Maude fined remedies to every person who deMcCord, Mr. P. sires quick relief and a euro from any McClanahan. Mr. J. A. ' Miller, Mr. Ed form or aggravated skinor scalp affecFhotograplied Olson, Mr. tion. Oftentimes one bottle and one Park, Mr. "Willie cako of soap will euro a minor case of Parrish. Mr. Jim Potter,. lion. Robert trouble." Ramsoy, Mr. W. M. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce Rice. Miss Carolyn sure and swift results. You will not Robbins, C. M, suffer another day after you commonco Simmons. Mr. Bob Tcrrill, Mrs. Mary to use thorn. You will feel like a new Baby Pictnres Siesel, Phillip II. person. Thomas, .Mr. Honry ZEMO and -- ZEMO SOAP can be Watts, Mrs, Mary Our Specialty obtained from ono leading druggist in Ward. II. Ij "Walker Mr. Charley every city or town in America and in "Williams, Mr. J. W. Richmond from II. L. Perry's Drug Yeager, Mr. Geo. -. Store. In calling for the above letters, please A Bargain. say "advertised." Two hundred acres of good unim O. C. Waluck.P. M. proved land within a mile of "Riohmond with outlet to pike. A big bargain if For Rent taken quick. .The Photographer My residence on the Summit. Blue Gras's Real Estate Co. that we can ROYAL BAKING POWDER Mbmoiuteljf THE STEARNS & (mme on every genuine mattress) 5H0W5 YOU LOOK THR W H ATS. I H SI D Pars Economizes Buffer, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome only Powder Tartar ut . 21-t- That - "The returns, taking the country over, indicate no landslide in prospect. toward cither party. Republican gains in the East indicate that predatory interests ai e lining .up back of the president. Every inch of ground will have to be fought over. We have another session of congress which will materially atrect the campaign, and of course, no on can speak with any certainly lii avimee. All that is .i;;trent now 15 th;.t the campaign will oc a. sure enouh fight and not a contest. " In other words the Democrat in office or the Domiicrat in the ranks who himself with the belief that the Republicau party is dead, or who is. in- clined to the opinion that it is discour aged to an extent that will make- Democratic victory as sweeping as it was. for example when Franklin Pierce swept tho electoral colleges against Winfield Scott, is a victim of political hallucination. Mr. Bryan is right! Thevictories of 1910 and of 1911 prcsago Democratic victory in 1912. Not a doubt of that! But it is in overconiidenco of the Democratic party that the Republican party,, backed by trust millions, will find its greatest heartening. It took Democratic talk. Democratic work, Democratic organization, Democratic confidence in the justice of its cause and Democratic votes to win the It victories of last year and of this. will tako tho same things to bring about Democratic 'success in 1912 with the added element of Democratic fulfillment of election pledges made this year and last year. The Republican party is It is not going not going to surrender. It may put on a look of to give up. pain and despair, but it will be most dangerous when it does so. It will bo backed by a splendid organization; by an abunuanco 01 money ana ov an things which have been repudiated by the people. But the fight of 1912 is not completely won today. There will be a fight next year and it will be a fight Today the Demofrom start to finish. cratic party has all the advantage but lot it uso its advantage rightly. That done, the result next year will not be in But never believe that the Re doubt. publican party will givo up tho White Houso without a bitter struggle! Owonsboro Messenger. ono-Mrtl de-tud- es - MATTRESS EYO UD0N.TCjQj (PAT.APPL'O rOB) FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT'S INSIDE THE AND ING S&Mllcko nsfVM&m REAbMt'BIND Mil NpUMfWtt MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE. OUARN,TXl Stearns & Foster Mattresses arc 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 neatly 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 jus! 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 besl qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the besl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comforteble and Economical rV!attres to buy. Coughing at Night Means loss of sleep which is bad for the children and hard on grown per sons. Foley's Honoy and Tar Com pound stops the cough at once, relieves the tickling and dryness in the throat and heals the inflamed membranes. Contains no opiates and" is best for children and delicate persons. Keluse substitutes. For sale by Stockton & Son. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. R. 229 O. L. 22-t- f Mks. Saixie Raybourn 23 2 3t WfL 5ELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS . 10 CENTS EACH HUSTLING CASH STORE WILL YOU ARE : INVITED-WHE- N WE SELL YOU COME : MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10CENT5 EACH TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL MERCHANDISE? tift to Shoes ! Shoes ! mate good Shoes ! Everything NewUp to Now! ; Gents' & Boys' Clothing We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, We defy we have ever been, able to secure. all competition All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts, and more of N them than ever. - Reevery pair member we 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 and a customer is assured to us. -- We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to. showjrpu a brand new line of Elite and King Garments Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. .... O. $10 TO $30 . , on $10 AND $15 W,t want to show you the largest assortment ;of . ' ' & Infarcts, and Misses Coats, you have seen in thiscity. ..... Prices ranging from .Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. We are showing big values in. Corduroys, Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to Be sure to see them before making a purchase. $1,00 TO $7.50 $10. You are invited When will you comeft s We:-- Want to" show you - our-'af- ray of iD&ess'VSqods, .Waistings", CHnghams," rcalS;vC)u6ngSf cctsctc, , In -- fact, we want to show you what you want in knyline YOU ARE INVITED ' WHEN WILL YOU COME ? Corner First Biothcps Hamilton & Main "u j' f Richmond, Kentucky - Strayed. InXexhwlon, last week, has been spead- family of OLD PURITAN BIBLE BOXES horse ing several days here wlth-thFrom my farm two his brother on the Campus. mules. Ono black and heavy set, tho Mr. and Mrs. Ilonry Cosby will move CurloiM Carved Cheats for the Safe-- other a red sorrel with slim body. Keeping ef Copies ef the Oldham Building Ben H. Brown; about December 15, into the residence Scriptures. R. D. Np. 2. occupied by Mrs. on Lancaster avenue Ky Richmond, ayH J. W. Zaring. Mr. Allen Zaring and his Almost Invariably after some great ' mother will occupy rooms in the same wave of religlpus enthusiasm, we are building. confronted by strange fragments ot ., Mr. Alex. Bowles left yesterday for salvage relicts of the emotional pas Frankfort where he has been engaged sion and religious ardor of a departed' Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minsays the Queen. Such were the to assist in making the music for two hour, devotional carvings of the middle ute" as "we constantly watch the market performances at' the opera house and ages the triptyches, the private tabIfor'ipew and worthy- - goods, and will also take part in the.Elks' Memorial ernacles, the beautiful little Ivory services in that city on next Sunday. madonnas. invite jour attention to" our Among such memorials are the vast Editor Green Clay Walker, or Lancasline of ter, was in the city Friday and paid old Puritan Bible boxes. Cumbrous, the revised arks. Into this office a pleasant call. Mr. Walker ancient ot James I. whichonce commitwas version is cettinc out one of the best weekly ted for sate ward and keeping. The I papers published in Central Kentucky, sound oakboards with which they were Finish and was here to secure advertising for made have resisted the tooth of time. his publication. In the-- long journeys ot the men of Wedding invitations, after marriage the Puritan period, when the scripand at home announcements, calling tures were part ot the dally accompaniment of life, the province ot these cards, death and birth announcements, old boxes may readily be seen. WithBelts,-Et- c in anything, everything in thfcline of work in the home they were made to conprinted or engraved at CijMax office. tain those ponderous family Bibles in Silk , tf Business strictly confidential. which, especially during the commonDon't forget the Bazaar at Masonic wealth, the bead of the house carein Temple, Saturday, Dec, 2d, benefit of fully Inscribed the birth, death or marriage ot his children with other memoFirst Christian church. A large variety rabilia of family life. This circumfor Tailored Now Wait Until ot useful and ornamental articles will stance In the absence of other authen j A nice tempting tic records, and the laxity of parish be offered for sale. Designs in Silks for Waists . . I Mil . rw lunch will be served. Doors open at registers, has sometimes proved an InCoprricht ISM. bj tho BUndatd Air. Go. 1 11 o'clock. I valuable aid. How little we could have TART LiiVs voyage wi?h a compass thafpoints true, at Mrs. Jol.n R. Gibson will give a linen spared, for Instance, that volume In Oall and see us as we are now ready to very hour shower this afternoon at her home on which Milton recorded the and minute of his children's birth. you will have an uninterrupted journey towards suc take care of you on all Fall and Winter West Main street In compliment to Ash wood was sometimes used In Miss Lucy White. Booker, whose wed- the manufacture of Bible boxes, but cess. Goods Kentucky A man who sets, his course toward A BANK ding has been announced to take place, oak was the most popular from Its Dec. C, at Ellcndale,- - the home or Miss superior powers ot resistance, for we ACCOUNT, and is steadfast, steers unerring; to the goals of Booker's aunt, Mrs. Ellen Gibson, in must remember they were at times In jfi the possession of ecclesiastical stal- fortune ct this city. warts, the vigor of whose preaching McCall Patterns, 10 and 15 cents Dr. H. U. Jaspor and Mr. James B. was by the sometimes calculated White have returned from a very amount of damage done to the pulpit R. & G. Corsets pleasant opting in Arkansas. While-thex- furniture. ORRINB U the standard remedy and it everywhere reeogniied a the most rafenfu! they enjoyed several days fishing Throughout the commonwealth, and and reliable borne treatment for the "Drink Uscle Sav seems to be looked on by and hunting, and report game plentiful by the general convention ot 1656, Habit." It ia highJjr praised b7 thousand, Richmond, Ky other nations as the great mediator. in that section. Dr. Jasper owns a' traveling ministers were gratuitously of women, because it has reatored their lored ones to lire of sobriety and usefulness, am Whenever there is trouble anywhere else large tract of land in Arkansas and is supplied with Bibles, a very expensive the weekly wages which at one time wen spent for "Drink." are now mtil to purehast on earth, everyone looks to the United preparing to have cultivated, next year Item; and In struggling pastorates the muua vim woibut it tne necessaries and many comfarta fer home. States to step in, take the combatants a large crop of cotton. Mr. White was book, with Its appropriate coffer, often Anjr wife or mother who wanta to fare her glad husband or son from "Drink" wilr-b- e THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO by the scruff of the neck1, and stop the greatly pleased with the country and formed the sole effects of a new conto know that the can purchase OURIKE at It Is a curious fact that row. Turkey is the latest applicant for may decide to make investments during venticle. our store, and if no benefit ia obtained after (Incorporated.) Bibles were sometimes subjected to a trial the money will be refunded. mediation. The "tentblo Turk" was the next few months. for men, young men and boys xil ,Air for a free booklet telling all aboa raffling, even In those austere days. ORKINE. going about his accustomed ways, when prove more convincing than any t::.r.g Pres. and Mgr. to Mr. In 1676 one Dr. Wilde bequeathed 1250 A telephone message last week A. D. Milter PERRY'S DRUG STORE, Italy knocked him down and tramped Sec'y-Trea- s. Sanford Newlon, of Kirksvillefaonounc-e- d for the purpose of providing Bibles to , we can say about them W. G. WbHe Evoryono held his breath, on him. be raffled among the poorer brethren. the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. awaiting the Turk's reprisal. What Menrs and Young Men's Suits Deserted Farms. Mrs. PRESS AStOCIWlOS happened? Turkey yelled "take him G. T, Linsey. of Jellico, Tenn. KEKTVCKY Costly Picture In Lumber Room. Young peoplo are leaving the farms I didn't do nothing!" And Linsey was. before hor marriage. Miss I off, fellers; ui A picture estimated to be worth was a resident of for tho city. In 1S90 but 22,703,130 out LEAGUE. new Turkey, insisting that fighting is Fannie Newlon and EIGHTH DtSTBKT PUBUSHERS $35,000, which for so many years was of a total population of 02,917,71 1, or Men's and Young Men's Overcato desire, wants Uncle this city many years airo when her hidden away in a lumber room at furthercst from its St 30.1 per cent, wero town dwellers. In YEAB Sam to make Italy quit. What will father, Mr. B. J. Newlon. owned and Mary's hall, Coventry, has just been PER FBICE $1.00 edited the old Richmond Herald. Many 1900 30.7S0.S75 out of a total population Uncle Sam do? put in a place of honor IN ADVANCE acquaintances of Mrs. Linsey in this restored and of 75,991,575, or 40.5 per cent, were AYe are exclusive agnlx for Ed In St Mary's hall. Frankfort people will be pleased to city will sympathize with hor in her Owing to damp and an accumulation Price & Co.. makers of ma l.1 found in cities. In 4910 12,G23,3S3 out WEDNESDAY NOV 38 - - - 1911 Y,' measure clothes for men. Most roofing guarantees are a joke. know that Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. illness and all trust she will soon bo of dust and dirt, the picture had beof a total population, or 16.3 per cent, showing 800 new fall and w ("Smith, of Richmond, are coming to restored to health. Experience teaches the longer a roofing is guaranteed to last, come so defaced that the corporation were duelling towns and cities. Good samples. We guarantee a "pe "It came be that garth is man's only Frankfort to live for four years. Those Mrs. Thos. J. Smith, of Richmond, of Coventry had decided to sell it If roads is tho remedy. the poorer it is. tii and satisfaction akMtefr ue. It o&BMt be ibat our who know Mr. and Mrs. Smith know president of the Slate Federation, they could get $375 for It But Messrs. life k a bubble east p by the ocean of how attractie thoy are and those who the Manufacturers inexperienced in making roofings without State Finances. delivered an interesting address to the Izod & Co., a London firm of picture eaornttv to Seat a moment upon its do not know cither have heard so much knowledge as to their dependability without responsibility as Women's Club Saturday afternoon in restorers were at work upon the picAt tho close of business on November waves asd stek into nothiBgness. Else, that is pleasant of them both that they tures In St Mary's hall, one ot their rooms at the Public Library. She their experts recognized itand a mas to their own financial standing, will very often 1st, tho outstanding warrants amounted asrnra-tt- a as why is it ttte Sigh and feel that they know both. Mr. milh graphically the good work done terpiece. will sell our guarantee their roofing for any number of years simply toft little over 81,000,000 and it is be wbieh lean like angels from lhe will make an ideal private secretary to related in the past for better schools and civic lleved that about ono million of this It was found to be one of the finest temple ef our beans are forever wander- the Governor Frankfort News-Journto get the order. improvements, and proposed that the examples extant of the work of Jacob amount will bo culled In about- DecemWhy is it that the tar HBs&tkAed? league now add to its programme an Jordaens, a pupil and fellow-worke- r The roofing generally fails and so does the firm that makes ber 10th, amstop tho payment of inrahbw asd oteud oorae ever us with Strayed or Stolen. appeal for an appropriation from the of Rubens. Jordaens was born in Ant and they never live to make good their guarantee. terests. State Treasurer Edwin Farley beauts' that B&sses off and leave us to On Sunday, November 12, a whito Government to convert Mammoth Cave werp, and the picture was probably stated recently that no definite calculamute ef tbeir loveliness? Why is it that One-ha- lf Malthoid Roofing is made to make good and while its asd blaok spotted rat dog with name and the surrounding property into a painted about 1640. It represents. Bac tion had beon made yet, but a general the stars wbiob hold their festival chus springing from his car upon see GrflfFWf BRAND manufacturers guarantee it, their guarantee is unnecessary estimate had been made and that he bearetmd the midateht throne are set ami address as below on collar plate. National Reservation. A musical and ing Ariadne. The canvas is about because the roofing in itself is sufficient to do lieved that something near a million dolabave the grasp of our limited faculties. Information as to his whereab uts will informal reception followed the address thirty feet by ten feet high. Present During hor visit hero Mrs. bmith was ed to Coventry by lars worth of the warrants would be callall that is claimed for it terever stocking us with their unap- be greatly'appreciated. Edward Elllce, M B. K. Duxcax, the guest of Mrs. Luther Willisi When tho Demoed in for payment. P., In 1855, little value was attached proachable glory And, finally, why is 2S-t- f For twenty-si- x years, The Paraffine Paint Co., of Richmond, Ky. Shelby News. crats went out of office they left someto It, and It was subsequently con' it that the bright terras ol human beau San Francisco and Chicago signed to the lumber room. thing like a million and a quarter dol ty are presorted to our vie- and taken Bought Stock. lars in tho Treasury. The Republicans have made and guaranteed their roofing and from us, leaving the thousand streams "Uncle Alex'.' Pence, the Sage of Mrs. Jno. Duerson is very ill at her will leave nearly a million dollars o The most beautiful we have ever shown Russian A Most Generous Nature. ef ear affeetieas to flow back In an alnot one single purchaser can ever say that Company has Ford, purchased 14 shares of People's They had been married but a short debt drawing interest as well as a large Bear, Russian Mink, French Coney. SoW by pine torrent upon our hearts? We are home on Breck avenue. even hesitated to make good a guarantee. Bank Stock Monday at good' figures. floating debt. piece or set, An ideal Xmas gift bernfer bicker destiny than that of Mr. L. B. Weisenburg, of Chattanooga, Auctioneer Watts sold 2 shares at 4135.-2- 5 time, and tbeir happiness was Idyllic. Her slightest wish was law; his mer You can depend upon the responsibility of the makers of Tean., was here last week on business. earth. There is a realm where the rain . and 12 shares for 3135, Mr. Pence May Cut Off Berea. whim was gratified. " bow never fades, where the stars will be Malthoid Roofing, aniyou will never have to bother Mr. Elmer Dcatherageand Mr. R. L making both purchases Winchester est And all this on $7.50 a week! spread out before us like the islands that Arnold attended court at Lancaster Under tho heading of "What's Doing about guarantees if you use Malthoid Roofing. "Today, his wee wife murmured. Domocrat. Among Politicians," in tho Louisville slumber on the ocean and where the Monday. as they sat together after their even Extraordinary. Values in Times, nppears the folfowing: beautiful beings wbieh pass before us For Kentucky River. Mr. Clifton Weaver, who has been Ing meal, "I saw the loveliest lace cur Ulie the shadows will stay forever in our confined to his room with grippe, Is able There is considerable talk of a bill In the report of Gen. Bixby, Chief of tains." And she sighed. "But I knew being introduced in the coming Leg is presence." Ia these beautiful thoughts to be out. Engineers, he names 31GS.0O0, as the you wished to economize, so I didn't we ean all find tauoh to be thankful for. laturo providing for the cutting off of get them." Richmond, Ky Dr. M. C. Heath has returned from arl amount to be appropriated for Kentucky a portion of Madison county and adding Wo have a number of Ladies' Coats in all sizes. And again she sighed. even if a vaoatrt chair is in our borne River. This is to be used in 1913 for visit to his daughter, Mrs. A II. Sever"Dearest," he and the dark side of life seems turned fondly, it to Jackson county. The portion de-s- ir Blacks, grays, tans and fancy mixtures. Matly the completion of Lock No. 14, the last "everything you murmured ance, in Stanford. want shall be yours! toward us. They will place a silver id to be cut off is tho territory around tailored and lined with guaranteed lining. Every in the existing scheme. Anything wlhch adds to your happi Mrs. Kitty Gordon, of Nicholasville, onejirovided for Mats? baok ef any oleud. Asa matter Berea, which adjoins Jackson county. one made in this season's newest and beat sty fes. ness, and brings gladness to your dear Christian Church Items. of faot we all have much to be thankful has been visiting her son, Mr. B. D. It is pointed out that the inhabitants of Coats that formerly sold from 315 to fid, marked eyes; anything that lightens your do Gordon and family. The for. the Berea section aro.not in sympathy for special selling Next Sunday will bo Patty A. Clay mestic cares, my darling, and gilds Col. W. P. Walton, the veteran news- Memorial Day in all the churches. with tho rest of Madison county and its the lowering clouds; anything which Your institutions, being principally people Orixioss as to the net results of the paper man of Lexington, was in the Attendance at Sunday School, 271; borders the thorny path of duty with eity last week on business. oming session of Congress vary not a from tho North who, it is claimed. special offering for American Missions. sweet, fragrant flowers, and appeals Some of the statesmen already little. believe in negro equality and the Mr. Harvey Douglas and family have $04.55. to your noble, aesthetic nature, you Itenfltelli-Rttiit- g m Washington believe that Congress moved into the residence of Mrs.Henry of the races, as formerly practiced Rev. James M. Bailey of Farmington, shall have, my loved one; you must w pass practically no legislation. Lammers, on Woodland avenue. have It, If" and his voice brokp a at liorea College, and that there an Mo , a classmate of the pastor's, preach the negation to Jackson county would be Others are just as certain that it will -S little with cost stress of emotIon-"- lf Mrs. George Snyder of lit. jSterling, cd an able sermon Sunday night. LW more than eighteen ttdoesn't delve deeply llito tariff legislation. It is is the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. M. more in keeping with their environment, pence! London Judge Black III. not very probable that Congress will Chenault, on Lancaster avenue. politically and socially. Another happy transact very much business, as both result of he proposed chango would be Judge W. R. Black, of Barbourville, Mrs. Sam Ballard, who has been quite Odd Ways of Catching Fish. parties will probably feed aiposed to go of make Madison county nearly one was taken suddenly ill last week, and is . , The Icelanders are said at one time ahead with raueh caution on the ove of siok for two weeks at her home, on now in St. Joseph's Hospital, Louisville. thousand Democraticjnstead of usually "GivethedevUhisdue" Walnut street, is improving. to have taught bears to jump Into the ahigpeiHieal campaign, in order to Republican by a small margin. An operarion was performed, and the sea and catch seals. In China birds Dr. Crabbe and Dean Roark leave toBad shoes are not always to make as few mistakes as possible. The news from his bedside isvery discour do equally well, for at a signal they blame for bad feet. Not all the Inaugural Invitation. ewency will receive a good deal of at day for the annual meeting of the South- aging. Judge Black has many relatives dive into the lakes and bring up large coms and bunions, tired and achlesuen, ana an effort will be made to ern Education Association at Houston, and friends in this county who will re fish grasped In their bills. In Greece As the inauguration of the governor ing feet, "drawn" soles and In ' .with greater rejoicing if you arccareful will be replete adopt the Aldrich plan for a central Texas. the fishermen use branches of pine growing nails are caused is a matter of public interest-- to the gret to learn. of his illness. by bad shoes. The you absolute comfort, and have steeped In pitch and lighted; the in Mrs. G. W. Crutohfield and daughter. bosk. J.ne Democrats are disposed to to have shoes that-giv- e whole people, tho committee has decid stocking must habitants ot Amorgos used cypress-leave- d laheMsb the Commerce Court, which Miss Julia, returned Friday from La Location of Suits". ed, instead -- of attempting to formally plead guilty to much a style thatyou are proud todisplay. cedar, which served when (they aeouse of being too strongly biased Grange, where they visited Mrs. Crutch-field'- s issue individual invitations, to mako the foot murder. in affirming a decision in a case re-- lighted as a flambeau, and the Chinese We have selected . Thanksgiving specialties with father. 4n favor of the transportation interests. invitation a general ono to all Kentuc- sulting.from damage to a car load of fish In the night with white painted A stocking too tight They declare unequivocally that they Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lohrisch left yes- 'mules, for which the railroad was boards placed in a manner to reflect kians, and thus avoid anyappearance of great care, and with regard to the demands of in the foot may choke the circulation, bind the have "got its goat," as the sportin; terday for Louisville, where they will sued, the Court of Appeals says the the rays of the moon doubly upon the Below we publish the discrimination. people, and we know we can please you. So toes together and bend eaHors say. une advocates ot water spenf Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. suit must be brought either where the water. These attract the flsh to the invitation: them uader. A stocking too wick in the foot may way improvement will try to have a if it's boots for an outing, slipperfor house wear, or H. P.Kuhn. "The inaug uralion of James B. Mc defendant resides, where the contract boat, when the men cast a large net shoe to feel too small A stocking too thin may bring yoj a policy adopted, and the trust bust-et- s Creary. as Governor, and Edward J. Mr-Messrs. Harold Oldham, John Hern- - ras made, or where the goods were and seldom fall to draw out consider would not rab1' the stocking were n'trJ pumps for a party come to our shop and we'll fit you : I." fl?"l ,bo? able quantities. Anchovies are fished are due for a lot of Dermott, as Lieutenant Governor, will "ockwff makes a corn, a seamed stocky ' don and Harry Rice who are attending delivered and no other courts have for in a similar manner. with care. t0le 0f Ae ,Sot- - Above H. if talk. J" the stock" take place at the Capitol, Frankfort, at Millersburgh Military Institute will be jurisdiction. poisonous, or not fast color, all feet troubles are raada noon on Tuesday, December 12, 1911. worse One reason why we call our stockings home for Thanksgiving. Hopeful of Results. Mr. Poultryman If you are not getCokqeessmax R. L. Henry, of Texas, nHlllIk aV "Your wife is taking a tremendous Rev. W. E. Arnold, of Danville, Pre ting eggs, don't blame the chickens. afuliation,-ar- o ahairmaa of the Rules Committee of the most cordially invited to Help tbem along by feeding Conkey's Interest In abstruse economic quesattend the ceremonies incident to the House, win make an effort during the siding Eider of this district, filled the Laying Tonic. Stockton's drucr store tions. inauguration. coming session of Congress to so amend pulpit of Rev. G. W. Crutchfield Sun has it. "Yes," replied Mr. Meekton; "and 'Clubs and other bodies that wish to day morning and evening. Here's a beautiful new creation from is their wonderful comfort, due to their being knitted the Sherman anti-truIn law that "trust I'm glad of it Maybe It will participate, should notify the Executive Shelton Gets New Trial. her conversation's putting me result Misses Loraina Lowery and Elizabeth the Fall line of Sit Kid Shoes for youug uuiomtj mat respect tne taape ot t e to sleer criminals," as he terms them, may be Committee as soon as possible, in order human foot. A, th tru rwwi. women. Ask' to seo thist you'll be that tnoy may be assigned positions in pat In jail when they violate the law. Stears, of Nicholasville, are the charm The Appellate Court, Friday last, re Instead of keeping me awake." nignoewoft are knitted with extre- -2 parauo. mo charmed with its exclusive style He is convinced there is no other rem' ing guests of Miss Margaret Covington versed the Madison Circuit Court in the rare ior correct shape not to Mr. Giovannoli Honored. ''Citizens Executive Committee of ' tight nor too loose just "cc .zi case of Tyco Shelton against the Comedr for the trust eviL Tines and dis- - for the Thanksgiving "holidays. Frankfort. and comfy." Made in Another merited recognition has com setetien suits are child's play for trust The Sherwood Club met with Miss monwealth, and remanded for a new "S. French Iloge, Chairman. yoa cr fit tien root 'rt "blWDOd Hamilton, magnates," he said, explaining the bill Gay Mansfield on the Summit Saturday. trial. Appellant was sentenced to life to Harry Giovannoli, of Danville. Mr, So. Attortaajya, lib aotaalT para aa4 Sat "ertflasdaf ," "Percy Haly, he will Inuoduce. An enjoyable program was rendered imprisonment for Jhe murder of Martha Giovaunoli, who was chairman of a "Felon's stripes is "John W. Milam, the only remedy for these commercial and a delightful luncheon served. Pigg, in this county, about a year ago. committee which recently completed an "B. G. Williams." outlaws who violate the law. My bill In reversing the Court says that, if in inquiry into the rovonuo cutter service, Mrs. Clifton Weaver and son have re legislates the 'rule of reason' out of turned home after a pleasant visit to shooting a person with whom he was in has just been made chairman of a com Higher Draft Price Secured Sherman law, and specifically defines relatives in Berea, Miss Rosalen Clark a difficulty, Shelton accidentally killed mittee appointod by Secretary Mac- SWck fV-- 1 IV.l I -w by President Neal. ww I 1 llll 1 IfLUI ' Wl 11 Just what constitutes a trust, so that was a visitor in Berea at the same time. the woman, the act would be excused Veagh to report upon the operations of Men's Came hair or natural wool, shirts or drawers . 31 .)0 T Capt, William Neal, president of the there-cathe office of the Supervising Architect be no further evasion on the Dr. Crabbe spoke at Carlisle Friday by the law as an unavoidable casualty, ' wo. re" or gray, snirts or drawers 1 x TBluegrass League, has relumed from uc" . of the Treasury Department. ground that the statute is ambiguous." before " (ait' n M uwn .!Lt 1 n the Ninth District Educational and says the jury should have been so ijuueu, iieeceu tinea, antris ordmwRra r tt Main the annuaf mooting of the National As XT t This work is in connection with Secro The Henry bill will provide imprison-- ' Association on the topic, "The Normal instructed. i-sanuarr. Heeced lined, 50c nwUt y, per jrarment.. . ' I 'a ' ment sociation of Professional Baseball Lea Jicu tary- MacVcagh's efficiency and economy for not less than two years for School and its Relation lo the Common Mrs. Stone Yvalker Injured. campaign which has been in progress gues, held at San Antonio, feeling much uicu a iicuvj riuueu inion suits l.'X' L.- eaoh violation. The Texas member has wealth." kverythlng in Underwear for Ladles and ChBdren elated over having scored a victory in more than a year. assurances, he says, that his bill will Monday's Louisville Courier-Journiflss Tommie Cole Covington has re contained the following account of an both the points h,e brought up for the become a law. Placo your order for Thanksgiving turned from a delightful visit to Mrs. accident wkicb befell Mrs. Stone consideration of the magnates. turkey with Culton. 2t Vance, In Cincinnati. Mrs. On her return Walker, formerly of this city: Presidont Neal fought the good fight Stone Walker was bum 3d "Os the tariff the President occupies Miss Covington visited Mrs. Combs, nee neck and hands and Emma about the for an Increased draft price for players Holmes Arrested. Jacobs, a the position of a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Miss Sallie Rucker, at Maysville, for a negro maid, sustained danorous inju in Class U, a graduated increase being Hyde," declares Oscar Underwood, few days.' Charles Hojmes, who escaped some ries by tho explosion of an acetylene granted all along Uie line. ClassJ) play , Democratic leader of the House. gas tank at the home of Richmond, Kentucky ers who aro grabbed by higher clubs jar. ana Airs, oraun uidtism left yes Boone on the Prospect car Mrs. George months ago from the Richmond jail, uen uxin legislation is up tne proline near the Is next season will tietthe club frpm which terday for a six months' stay in Tucson, Country Club, shortly after 5 o'clock was arrested last weok in Laurel county. tected interests of America are always last Mr. and Mrs. Walker have Holmes went to a livery firm in Mt. they go $100, instead of 8300, the previ for able to convert him into a Mr. Hyde, Arizona. Mr. Oldbam, who has' been beenevening. at Mrs. Boone's living residence Sterling about ten days ago and asked in poor health for several years, is ous standard, subject, of course, in the standing for all the indefeasible iniquiFor-ever- y while alterations were being made at for a saddle horse to ride to Estill counin ratification of flip National Commission, ties of a high protective tariff. As soon hoping to be benefitted by the change WITH- their own home. Last evening the ty. Several days elapse! and when climate. which It is thought will be" gained with acetylene lighting apparatus got out of search was as the tariff legislation is out of the way. made the man and horsa were order, and the colored maid, under the out much difficulty. flNMELi-IcMUUEMr. and Mrs. W. S. Bacon of Lexing and the big interests have got what they N LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. direction of Mrs. Walker, attempted to found in Laurel, where ho has been inAnother pet projector CapUNeal was want, and the President genial smile ton, enjoyed quite a bird hunt and feast remedy the difficulty. An explosion dicted for tho crime and his trial will adopted, uftor ha had presented the matradiates from the back end of a Pullman at the home of W. S. McGinnisat Ruth- - followed, the maid sustaining severe come up in a few days. Holmes is the . . ter to the attention of the magnates. car, he becomes a Dr. Jckyir, with the ton. While they were there Mr. and burns about the breast and face. Mrs. man that was charged with breaking his was to erode the umnirM were gentlemanly intention of relieving the Mrs Clifton Weaver and son, Jennings, Walker's injuries given not dangerpus. into tho postofflce at Hedges, Clark Mrs., Walker was the same as players, to keen them on medical attenAmerican people from the indefensible joined them in their bird feast. the reservo list of leagues, as nlavars tion at tho residence by Dr. Keefer and county, and was placed Tn jail here from are on individual club reserve lists, and burdens of taxation that his former acts Miss Annie Sbadden, a missionary Dr. nobson, of Harrod's Creek. The which he managed to escape. feeding cattle s: Bring You Jug and. Have It Filled With icrpass a draft enactment eoapolliag Quotes pfkes. of stock-an- d put upon them." from Okalohoma, doing work among maid was brougli t fo the Citizens Nahigher leagues who seawra utnirinw tional Hospital, in Green street, near The L. &. N. Railroad has taken formal '.i. rv Indians in that section, spent several First, for treatment. uoou to cpoiee'Seaby steers, 1150 to 1200 the from lliosa of lower cIas8M(ba.tuin .$5.23 SO XI The Boone rcsi Estill The country press of Kentucky nam- days last week as the guest of Mrs. J. B. dence was not damaged to anr rfrn.it action to put Into execution its plan to Good to choice stock stetrs, 3j0 to 1000 fbs ". a drnft prlco. 4.10 5:5 operate its own telegraph and telephone ed she Democratic tiekf-t-, Hwda the Stouffer. While here she made three extent by the explosion:" Good to choice yearling steers. Tho "iioys la blue" will benefit bv . 5 30 1 51 Try Thtese---They'- ll lines on its entlro system. It has filed . piriform this arrangement, thinks Capt. asd furaishod the issues upon addresses in the interest of her work. Gofl to choke steer oalves, 7 to 10 as 18.00 and $3.50 W. L. Douclas shoes. in Louisville 0.00 5.00 amended articles of incor the players have, by the draft rule. In wbieh theTae was won, but we do net Ooed. to eh Dr. S. T. Scaolon, of Rock HilL S. C, juBiamiieon styi, bargain counter poration increasing belter calves, ? to I0mwrtbs eld. .., 4.75 fact, he believes jtJmi all worthy hnd. its "powers So as to believe they did it either far glory or who Resisted ia the operation peclerped priee 11.00 Good to cheiN 1 and 2 yer eW he4fes 1C3 lersof the Indicator who show 3. jo and 1.50." give Stall the. rights of telegraph rtele Jobs. Good to ehr stoek eows. 9 to 5 ysrs oW Will receive rapid promotion In their uea Us brother, Rev. D. H 0 3.03 lUcs 4k Abmoia. phesw eesspiuiies. Donorabto branch, of th futoti. J. T. FERRIELL Our Story in a Nut Shell Real Estate Aent Richmond, BE GUIDED Comfortable Mpp It jR Tailored and Fancy Waists p . Beautiful Golden Oak Latest Novelties Neckwear, Petticoats "Smart 5et" Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods 5uits - BANK Newest ACCOM jl - Don't Christmas Make 5elections and Dresses TTT WW. I Opposite Glyndon Hotel 1. Ill TT T V Jl V.4 T Il 111 ' Richmond, oWEN McKBB e State Bank & Trust' Co Whiskey or Beer Habit The Richmond Climax. An Inspection of Our $10, $12.50, $15. $18 $7.50,.$10, $12.50 $15 " s We continue to - al i Millinery at the regular prko - PLR50NAL5 Muffs Furs -- $2.50 to $30 ToddrEdwards Lumber Company Stylish Goats Choice, $12.50 a piece mm&h Thai all msy eat: The Shoe cives peace Jo "Women's feet Bird gives IW TIt-Blt- Pleads Guiky" Stocking Your Thanksgiving Holiday m shoe-particul- ar U'l'lri KM de-fla- te,- -- st vi I. S; STAMPER, Richmond's frrpif ir The Home of Good Clothes. Corner Second and Streets - y, ...... ... ' 1 . T 0 Where Cleanliness Reigns There a Place, a5eason Everything. and a Reason seasonable thing the - E. V. Eldc W. O. PARK, kSnsas city stock yards. lbs, ' , -- Grocery Liiie v And there's a reason why we sellHem- his-nla- a The Quality v Pure Okl County Sorghum Please NI, raothioIdZ!7Zir'l .-- SEWELL & McKINNEY yf " L la oing to Build? Lumber DLUTOMfiNi Near L. & A. Depot IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR - - iu Y j iei. Hgfcbfea vi ti V 'ILLU5TRATOtfd 3? TfryMfeeJ CQPYRrCHT Mi UMBBL CBUPAIY"- - CHAPTER IX. Incorporated Telephone 425 T rHEN your residences and store buildings need to paintetl and papered, or decorated in any way, see runabout it, as I am prepared to do all kinds of Y T -- Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. I will use nothing in the way of materials on your work sxoapt such as I invite 3'ou to inspect at all times Wore being applied to your house, etc. "AIsq, I will appreciate a share" of your patronage, and promise yon in reburn for same honest work and materials. Very respectfully yours, W. L. LEEDS Third 5treet . Richmond, Ky "TT0" m I Guns, Cartridges Hunting Outfit Pmm tfce OW Reliable Stand. We are selling our GUNS AT COST as long us they last, so you had better hurry and purchase just what you want before they are all goue. Just received a fresh shipment of SHELLS from the factory. Don't forget the place. , D. B. SHACKELFORD & GO. WANTED The Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. ISCOErOBATBD. SlCOHBSSQIt TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wnnbs to sell your tobacco. We have put in additional tlights, .aud have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. I US'ATRIALa P PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco EAST MAIN STREET Warehouse-Company- , RICHMOND. KENTUCKY N. DEPOT -: Incorporated NEAR L. &. Removal Sale We are now sellingrairrstock- of; - goods' Notions anJTWBllioery;-- : rbf 'moving January LCall and see lis5 dnd we vill convince ydu -- March and Douglas State Normal expenses xmy LOW. A TIALm SCM m - TEACKtS COURSES NEXT .Preparatory,- State Certify SSSr KM - NW. . 30., T ASK ABOUT 1T7 ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE J. 6. that she had thrown away under the leading of & false light what she could never again Ah, no Magdalene ever wept bitterer. tears at the feet of Jesus than this woman in her hours of solitude over her mistaken past, her loss and shame. She had hours of solitude, too. Early In the life they lived, she had laid down certain regulations. lie was In the formative period then and hid unhesitatingly acquiesced In them. Son far those regulations had neither be-iabrogated by her nor broken by him. A cave upon the farther side of the Island had been found and that was his home. They breakfasted together at a certain hour, which he told by means of the sun and she by .her faithful watch. The morning was spent in study. In. the- - afternoon they separated, each passing It in accordance with individual preference, but he rigorously kept to his side and she to her side of the island during the period. Certain dividing lines clearly j established and understood marked which was his and which was hers. She Had Confidence In God. At supper time they met again and passed the time together In conversanot more faithful, acceptant and detion until the rest period arrived. voted. Yet this was a very human Things had to be this way else life man In spite of all these things, a would have been unendurable. 'They man of splendid vigor and health with lived on the natural products of the all a man's impulses, .hopes, dreams Island which were varied and and aspirations. And he loved her. Ho, too. sat upon the white sands abundant to fulfill all dietetic requirements. of the gemlike Island and looked out She had also taught him things not Into the far blue of the Pacific wash learned- - from books. Among them, ing the distant shores and lands peo4 truth, honor, duty and dignity all the piea wun strange creatures of history and romance and he, too, wondered. virtues. Her instruction had been first, that which was natural ethical He 'had had no experience with men merely, but afterward it had grown and the world and he longed to get spiritual. Unspotted from the world away and to take her away. She bad long since discovered that he, and she washed white she hoped and prayed In spite of spots, they lived he was a gentleman, an Innate gentlea life of idyllic innocence. Yet be- man; that he had been well born, and cause he was a man and she was a she had seen to it herself that he bad woman, strange fires glowed beneath been well bred. Yttt no mortal man the outward calm, strange ideas and ever went through greater fires of desires and thoughts roso from both unknown and mysterious temptations hearts. This was Inevitable. Her than he. He forced himself not to original relation to the man had been speak words that UirnedV He checked one of so great superiority as to be the free course of thoughts that bubfatal to the early development of any bled and seethed within his brain, and feeling but the maternal. Even now the relationship between them reshe possessed the superiority which mained that of mistress and man, association with her kind, her longer teacher and taught, friend and friend. training and her greater opportunities It was- - he who so maintained it though had given her. And yet she could only of this she was unaware. And he, too, longed for some hour recognize that to the impartial view considering his abilities and oppor- to come when he might with right and tunities he stood quite on a level with decency and dignity speak the words her. Perhaps had he enjoyed her which some day he must speak or die. He was not versed in the ways of chances he might have stood higher. She began to idealize him, to dream women. He had no store of knowlabout him, to wonder. She trembled edge, no lesson of experience to fall on the verge of passion. She knew his back upon. He knew but one woman. to be a brilliant mind. She divined He could not predicate from any petty his to be a knightly soul. Physically, maxim, or from any ancient aphorism, in face and figure, no more splendid or froai any' worn out philosophy, man, untrammeled by base convention, what she would or would net ' do under Indeed, he only ever stood upon the .earth's surface. certain eruditions. Grace and strength mingled in har- thought thi.t he loved her and he must mony that was as striking as it was tell her or c e in the concealment And so matters ran on and on. It full of charm. She had no opportunity to test his courage, for no physical needed but a spark to ignite the powdanger ever menaced them. But she der, it, .would have seemed, and yet believed In his manhood thoroughly. a vast cataclysm of nature only. explosion. The woman had had bitter experi- brougttibiut the except to He bad never tone ed her take her ence with love. Following what she band. Her person had been as in KallovaH ti V.is ilia iffrh&t InenlrflHnn she had wrecked her life and broughcHif flate to him as It she had been a . n I StS i i. . 4.111 a uerueu iu .vl. yaao. rni ictuib I111 been above his head. And she had mo no careful her soul at the thought of the man to allow more under that.circumstances Their hands lhan who had so degraded her, or who had clasped often. Indeed, with every so taken advantage of her Ignorance had "Good night" and "Good morning" the and Innocence the more complete circuit of touch was made and broken, since they were covered by a confithat was all. They usually parted dence Pf knowledge and sophistication butnight on the sands where she had as to allow her to degrade herself, at been first thrown ashore. He would convinced her that what she had misStand and watch her as she glldad taken for divine liht was only a false away from him in the darkness toward 'fire, an ignis fatuug which bad led her the cave that was her home. She ture! into the marsh and slough of slime But the change in the- relations be- and shame. She. loathed the thought had Impressed upon him bow she tween the two were not greater than of that m&n. She had loathed, when trusted him, the absolute assurance, the change In the woman herself. She she bad been thrown upon that Island, the entire confidence that she had was no longer a philosopher. That the thought of all men. This one that he would respect the agreement which she had disdained, she admired; had given back her confidence in her between them and be would have died that which she had abhorred, she loved; kind. Yet sometimes she wondered rather than have transgressed the law, that which she had refused, she ac- whether that confidence were war- stepped over that Imaginary harrier, cepted. She was a Christian in belief ranted or not because of him. Sup- as pote'nt as tSo circle of Richelieu, as last. Alone, or practically so, face pose he should come in touch with which kept them apart. And yet she would never know to face with God in his world, God In the world, what would happen? Was Hia Book. God in humanity, her spc he. too. capable of breaking a wo what horrible constraint he put upon clous ideas of life and her relationship man's heart? Would he do it? Was .himself. How he stood with clenched to it had broken down,' She had her's the heart? What would the soil- hands and quivering body and stared learned to kneel beside (hat mat) anfl ing touch pf the sordid conditions un after ber, long after she had gone. She pray. She bad learned to seek else; der vklcj) life .was lived, as she had would never know how that intensity where than In herself fpr power to known it, do for hjm? .Would he still of' longing grew and grew until someenable her to live her life and fulfill be unspotted? Would h,e fhjnk her times he felt that he could not overwould .never know how her tasks. the same? Sfce fcad taught him many master it She hp plupge4 away staggering through, She had not wished, to be a Chris- things. But how should he lean! to tian. She had fought against it. strug- fight temptations, temptations Wltn the woods and threw jilmsplf 'dowij gled with it, agonized over It, but a which hehad no experience, wuicn upon the sande on bis side of the compelling necessity was upon her. never came to him, she fondly Island, disdaining even the rude shelr ter of the cave which was his home, The convIcUons of her conversion tore dreamed. and fought It out. Sometimes she the veil from before her face, dispelled confidence tn him. She saw Yet she had evidences of Internal conflict In the mist that hung about her. "She nad confidence Jn God, and we cannot saw herself as she was, a woman, who have confidence in God wltheut seme his soul the next morning. The. calm animalunder the Influence of wrong Ideas, confidence In man. The converse, too, serenity, thp Indifference, the he- - had false conceptions, had branded herself is true, Therefore she believed. She like satisfaction with which she first knew him forever. No, not In the eyes of that was confident that he would r$sp su- faced life when disappeared. There God whom she had learned to fear. preme n the face of every test She had long since were deepening lines upon his face not in the eyes that Christ whom J wondered If the test would ever be apthought, of struggle, and she bad learned to love, but in the plied to him, If she would be there to which told of eyes of men; yet .she was. a woman see, She found herself praying for of character thus developed by these who was pure in heart Pejhaps these affirmation Jn both matters, Her Be- two potent factors In shaping human thoughts and- this consciousness had lief in him " would only be belief destiny. And he could never know what was more to do 'with keeping her content founded upon hope until he bad been mind, either. Hejiever dreamed even that her intense preoccupation fried. - There was a doubt about him In her .could" love him. She was so that she in the man and her work, for she rea- that must be resolved; she must-resolhim, so supreme InTils eyes lized what she would have to face if It She could never be satisfied, far above she went back to the world which had In, sple of her belief, until she had that the possibility never occurred so mocked her while It applauded her. done so. The very fact that she him. It he had known for a moment That world, therefore, she now began thought po keenly upon the subject! !how she thought of blm, the great to fear. The one being upon earth that she was so Interested and en- passion In both heajrts would have with whom she could be associated, grossed in the situation was evidence 'overleaped every obstacle and in a who knew nothing about It, who could to her that she cared more for the moment he would have had her In his cast no stone at her, he realized was man jthan.she"had dreamed it possible. arms. Welh. Indeed, It Is that the the man whom she had, made, and And what of him? For lonce ner in- power to read human hearts is rethls'tnan looked to her almost as men tuition, tailed her. She wanted to see served for the Mind which towers look to the Divine. . Tet she felt that' him tested and tried; she wanted to above human passions because it is some day be would have to knpw. see hlmtempted and triumphant, hut divide, tSome day she would have to .tell him. he was all of that in .those very hours And so these two' while drawing What then? That feeling was ever in which she fancied "him so unthink- together as Inevitably aud as Irresistwith her. She constanUy asked her- ing. It never occurred to her that he ibly tide comes la were still self that .question and found no- an- might enteftalnan earthly passlco for kept apart Their feelings were In sobeswer. ner. She still, from ancient habit lution as it were. A precipitant must Indeed, it was he who had .taught' lieved iierself so far. above him that bo tnrown fnto the atmosphere in her the truth of Christ." She had not such .an ambition would have been lit- which. they moved and. had She their being to disclose them, to each been, able, she bad felt a strange un- tle less than sacrilege to him. possible, lulled herself to' slep with that idea. ptbef. willingness, if indeed it worn to break, down the lingering remains She, believed, she knew, of course, night they On one ccrtajn-balm- y of faith k. that' man. That babble of that all that was needed was . sug- parted as usual. Was the hand clasp.. childish prayer" bad fn some strange gestion from her. To, love is (lie lot longer, was the glance" with which he: way. caught her heart strings. It was of man. This man had seen no tother peered, at her under the moonlight the one memory xf intelligence that than her. If Bhe said the word. It "mgre self feveallng than usual? Did She held something In his pwn breast call 1q had" remained to him. No w, that he would be accomplished. was capable M expre?le. again and the pnly key to his heart; h,er?"hand I' the surface that which t?at around. again . he had toM her of jhe dim recol-.lectl- could unlock jt on the instant, She At any rate, It was with rt? of a ten Teyagfl is an open foffot the toasUr fc J and the 3f aster a great effort that she tore herself boat with a jreatan and' some animal, Hand. RWpy at last anS for the first time, in whlck afae ksw atest he the dog. He pot, he He had controlled that' strange Jffe, althpugji r tie Jater-- 4 'tresabling that used to take him jwhen- - bjs eon!4 ..rrraeBaker se.thjag followed after ber with a few- - noisewoh course betwee mm ana e erer he touched aer. uut me couia less steps only p stop, Jils to d exceyt that sfee h4. his puis efciid throb wiie by in the hjoonllght drops of sweat bead-'In- g as his sosetlmes Uutt' Is as much and chance there was say contact, evenWs brow In the violence of Ills Bomethe wisest recall of a mother of the casuaHwiween them. effort. Having transgressed even to1 that Be had taught him and made jam Uibm he kadaiked her strange; ques- that degree the Jaw, he turned inthatprayer whose ee tions which ehe had putty, aad some- stantly. Without waiting to watch her my :way m&ig to her i a teas times she caught him look! at her disappear around the Jutting crag that hereacr swyriM sfee. fou .herself impaHlsc h 1 trance ways that rent th4 hlpod to marked the llttlo amphitheater where, to fctasl 'AM be eemid no saake u tor skin,' and emettmec turn her Sto step.t, and west to his ovn side pf wM fee, take from kin tfc. reality jmU. Yet the HvecU the feiii para-M- - ii'lelpd resolutely withowi ressals C tba siy aha did hot awaka t tifre ossf- mtr8 'hesitation or delay. rNHetf to Ms. htlttie ef that whteh chi'W agsrrt wariwi lA him s14, hist tsitafc m has JsW CHAPTCR X. wftk Ms as5-h- e not kept b ferss srrar tetter, sou . ! ' ssn of her. To tor for Hart Awatonad. i i. ssjf i ,f ber MsHLHr. km aom deyee tto er tare that to had ' 'the noaent she iorgai whar grievoMlf HWMttfe he had win aha was and laaeied toraatt hncK am PUc your order for Tbaaksf-ivinj- c trust t it aad la aaafl, feat ber con- - turkey with OulWn. 2 tto ahfe or. mar nataralir rela-Honsufil-clentl- y -1 - Latent Passions. The three years which had elapsed had made a vast change in the s between the man and the, woman. In the beginning and for a long time hers had been the dominant position. So absolutely had she ruled that to him she had been as a' god. So entirely had he obeyed that to her he had been a devotee. Once she discovered his ductility and had begun to teach him, the relationships had commenced to change. Gradually each had recognized the humanity of the other. Together students they had naturally approached a common level. Every new knowledge she Imparted to him was an abdication of some of her supremacy. Every new knowledge he acquired was an Inspiration to her high level. Three .years is a short. time in the educational life of a human being, but she brought to her side of what was. slowly develpplng Into an equation the highest training, a natural ability to impart what ahe knew, an absolute devotion to the endeavor and 'an entire freedom from other Interests. So fascinating had the experiment been that she had scarcely missed the rest of the w.orld. I wonder if he had been a woman Instead of a man it that absorption would have resulted from their intercourse? On his part, he brought to 'bear upon the problem of learning, it was soon developed, an Intellect which although entirely untrained was unusually acute, & faculty of acquiring knowledge as great as was her ability to impart it and a reasoning capacity which kept pace with his other qualities. Indeed, the main thing .with which she had to contend at first was his lack of application. But so soon as be had learned enough to enable him to realize the Importance of learning more she had no trouble on that score. It was as if a mature mind had been brought to bear upon the problems of adolescence. He grappled with things In that way. Whatever she taught him, he learned, he mastered all; and the mastery inspired him to learn more. His imnetnonlc ability was prodigious; for all the years of his life he had not been storing up the insignificant, the immaterial, the unnecessary, in his brain cells. He remembered all that she taught bun with unvarying accuracy. His was a powerful, vigorous mentality which .had known nothing and upon which she wrote what she pleased. To the judgment, of a man he added the receptivity and ductility of a child. She had taught him first of all to speak and then to read; then rudimentary mathematics such as be could do in his head. There was nothing that Ehe could devise that was. practicable for writing. There was no slate on the island, the rock was not suitable. Therefore he had never learned to write, although be knew what writing was, for she had explained it to him, and bad made shift to teach him the Arabic letters. She also taught him geography, astronomy, natural sciences, and above all, history. She unfolded the kingdoms of this world and the glory of them before ills vision, touching lightly, as has been the fashion of such unfolders, upon the misery and the shams. His was --a singular Knowledge Indeed. There were some things about which she was reUcent, being a woman, and some things she could not tell him at all; but being a man, with Imagination quickened, be thought of these things the more for these were some of the deeper things of life and na- Jfc SclCusness thaC sue WasuiETTamenTSny right In her beliefs had consoled her. Kow to feel that she had been wrong; BRITAIN She did not know what blood was leaping In the veins of the man and how ho taught himself, because she had Instilled in him honor and decency and Christlike self control, to repress these things. She did not know how much faster he had learned certain things than she had intended. She did not know how instinctively he had leaped to conclusions which she Imagined were still latent In his mlndT" This was a good man, this was an honest man, this was a' gentleman, this was 'a Christian man. There was no question about his faith. It was-a- s simple and abiding as It was sincere. The early Christians swho had been brought In personal touch with the Master and his men were been and sometimes she thought upon her growing love for him with a feeling of shame as it It were a condescension, a derogatlori. about in ,tbt, swall Kt after that long, eventful voyage. Yet o ration to .which she had everlheen subjected not even the wildest; pitch of the storm which had finally cast her away, produced in her such, strange emo-- j tions as she experienced then. For the earth Itself was trembling, quivering, rocking. The cave wall above her, seen dimly by thu filtering light of very early dawn which lame through the opening, partook of the mad, fantastic motion. In another second she realized that twas an earth-- , quake. The air seemed filled with a peculiar ringing sound of storm. Her bed, of course, was. the soft sand over which grass had been strewn. She lay, therefore, on the. floor and could not bo thrown, down, but she was rolled from side to side In a way which paralyzed her senses. Never in all her experience had she known such a Biclc feeling-o- f tenor. When the foundations of things are shaken, when not merely the great deep but the solid, earth Is broken up, humanity stands as if in the presence of the power of God. She lay resistless, staring, praying, wondering whether the shaking rock ovfer her head would fall and crush her In a moment the Instinct of life quickened her to action. She rose to her knees, staggered to her feet and tried to make her way to the entrance. Walking was terrible. The earth seemed to have shaken for hours, and yet the duration of the shock was really less than a minute. Its, violence was terrific. Just before she reached the opening, it stopped with one tremendous shock as suddenly as It had begun. Thenext second, with a roar that sounded like a thousand pieces of artillery, the gray hazy light in front of her was blotted out by a falling mass of rock which Just escape"d her. The face of the cliff had given away. In deeper, intenser terror than before she threw herself against the barrier. It was as hard and as unyielding as the other walls. No light came to her even. She was Imprisoned" alive In this rocky sepul-che- r. She sank down on her knees and buried her face In her bands. She murmured' words of prayer. Her mind flew to the other side of the island, to the man. Was he, too, entombed? Was this the end of her labors? Outside she could hear the wind roar and the waves thundering with awful violence on the shore. Before the earthquake had come the storm. There was still some connection between, the cave and the outer air, It seemed, for she was now conscious of lightning flashes. After the storm, came the fire. Her mind went back to what she had read from the Bible a few days before of Elijah's despair. Therefore In like case she listened with all her heart Xor the still voice of comfort to her awestruck soul. It did not seem to come. She was doomed; she would never see him again, if Indeed he were yet alive. She knew her feeliag for him now. She slipped forward and fell fainting on the sandy floor of the cave. And still the voice was there. Presently It came to her, as the voice of God usually- - comes to humanity, through the lips of man. After a space, how long after she could not tell, she was conscious of a human cry through the wild clamor of the storm. A yolce that she knew and loved was calling her by name. Was It some wraithlike fancy of the storm? She rose to her knees, sick and faint, and listened. No, It was a human voice, his voice, her name. The cry was fraught with frantic appeal. It thrilled and vibrated with passion. It told her In that awful moment a story which she had not read. It revealed to her imaginations of which she had not dreamed. She was fascinated with what she heard. She forgot for the moment to answer. All the woman in her, the eternal feminine In her, listened. Her bosom rose and fell, her heart throbbed, her pulses beat. Alone with that wild. passionate, appealing, frantic cry. she ;forgot the earthquake, she forgot the prison, she forgot the storm, she forgot the world. She only realized that there out in the dawn, a man, the man of all the world, who loved her was calling her name. The old call of manhood to womanhood, of mate to mate. She rose instantly to her feet This time it was the beating of her heart that pitched and tossed her body. She leaned against the rock wall and then she called his name. -"Man," she cried, "are "Yes," was the answer. "And. you?" "Entirely so, save for this prison," "Thank God!" came faintly to her from beyond the wait 'Thank God, I hear your voice. I shall have you out. never fear." She pressed her ear close to the heap of huge loose stones which filled the opening. She could hear him working outside. "Don't be afraid," he said at last "I fear nothing," she answered, "if you are there." In one instant the situations g life had been teyersed. He was the master now and she lung upqn his words and actions even as he bad done in days gone by. She had no knowledge; of what task was before hlnr, but slia could Eear the progres? that he was making. It was evident .that he was working and yet he stopped once' in every little while to reassure himself as to her presence, "Woman," he cried, "are you still yoU-saf- er furl-ousl- y, the other iMe e With Ike first stock to reipsstorad that mm time la hta days of darkness before she came there had bees, a similar upheaval. le realhwd inatantly what it was. Less timorous than the woman, more agile, he did not He supine for a single second. His thoughts were instantly for her. He had thrown himself from his cave and had raced across the shaking, quivering Island without the hesitation of a moment Never so long as he might live could he forget the shock that came to him when he saw his way to her barred by that great heap of rock, fallen from the face of the cliff, which lay over the entrance to the cave. For one moment he had stood appalled and then he had got to work. How much time bad elapsed before he ar- - itVkil. Be a gentleman. you ia had followed yon the dark within my arms." She laid her hand upon his breast and looked at him feelingly, entreat-inglwith touching consciousness of his strength and ber weakness. "What I have taught you." she asked, "you wlU not forget?" "Never! Never!" He" released her waist and took he hand and kissed it There was as "much passion in the pressure of his Hps upon her hand as there, was In the beat of his heart against her own, I and-eaught eratlda, what It is to she felt With a Great Burst of Strength He Rolled the Great Rock Ald. there?" v ve a8--th- e ahd-llve- -- Richmond's Quality Meat Market her-hea- -- phe-kpe- bee-goo- fl face-whit- Cluu'ce'Sork Quality Groceries Await - r. "Here tmd waiting," was the answer. He needed that assurance of her safety to enable him to achieve his prodigious task. How terrible were the efforts he put forth, she did not know until afterward, but his was the work of ji Titan. He was moving mountains with his bare hands. Inspired by love, mightcst of passions, he was tearing asunder, like the earthquake, the rocky foundations of the worjd. Well for him that he was so thewed and'slnwed. Well for her that God had added strength and power and energy to all his other spelndld qualities, He had never done any heart work In bis life harder than the climb"I know' he whispered. "I undering of a .tree, but na toller with a stand here." heritage. of earth's whole experience -He rose, to his feet, stooped, caught of labor could have struggled; as did her by the shoulders and lifted her to ' he. his level. A piece of rock 111 balHe had been awakened at the self- anced on the edge of the cliff fell same Instant in his lonely cell upon crashing. The place was dangerous. Without a word he slipped his arm , as he might beneath her, HftedTher'-unhave-donchild and carried her out a upon the sand away.frpfQ the beetllaa; crags' Q! iae rgcay waiu ana nesuea n klsVsrms with a sense of Joy and satisfaction and helplessness cared for so exquisite that It was almost pain. v He sat her dawn presently on the sand-asknelt before her. The sunT The chances are spraag through the gray haze The farmer brought hlm here. . light on the horizon's edge and lighted her ,, And 4hose other little pigs ; face as he peered Into Jt Suddenly he r That stayed at home threw himself ,protrte before her Ho doubt will bo brought here, too. and his Hps her feet Wo are headquarters for "Not there," she whiaaered, laying her hand upaa.hls bant head, "but here, here in my arms, naea nay heart. Iove-groua at her door, how much time It him to clear it way, he had no He had no thought but that he open a passage and get to her or alive. It was not wise for him to expend breath in cries, but until he had some reply he could not keep silent After that, when her answer came to him, he worked more quietly save for those periods when he felt that he must hear her voice to enable him to go on. Such was the furious energy of his toil that by and by the great mass of rock was cleared away save- - one huge boulder which fairly blocked the entrance. It was light outside now. A gray dawn and full of storm. Through the wider interstices she could see him plainly. .She knew now that her rescue wa only a matter of time. A branch of a tree for a lever and his strength would roll the rock away. She started to tell him but he caught jl glimpse of her white face pressed against a crevice and the sight Inspired him. With a great burst of strength, the like of which possibly had never been compassed by mortal man since Samson, pulled apart the pillars of the temple, he rolled the great rock aside and stood in the entrance, gasping, panting, with outstretched arms. But a step divided them. That step she took. With a sob of relief she fell upon his breast, naturally. Inevitably. HJs splendid arms swept her close to him. Her own hands met about his neck. With upturned face she looked upon him In all the abandonment of perfect passionate surrender. He bent his head and kissed her. the first time in all his years that his Hps had been pressed upon another mouth He clung to her there in that kiss as if to make up In one moment for all the neglected possibilities of the past as If never in all the bringlngs forth of the future should such another opportunity be afforded him. He felt for the first time In his life the beat of another human heart against his own, the rise and fall of another human breast, the throbbing of another, human soul. Tighter and tighter his arms strained her to him. She gave herself up in that mad, delirious, awful moment to the full flow of long checked passion, and kiss for kiss, pressure for pressure, and heart beat for heart beat she made repsone. It was too much. It was the man who broke away. There was nothing, no experience, no remembrance to teach him. It was all surprise. He thrust her from him slowly. Her hands lingered about his neck, but his backward pressure would not be denied. He held her at arms' length, her hands outstretched to him, her bosom panting, her eyes shining, her cheeks aflame in the gray dawn. Yielding, jjlving- up to him absolutely, yet something, the magnificent metal of the man, the restraints through which he had gone, the long battles with his own passion, rose to his soul and gave him mastery once more. "Woman! woman!" he whispered no mere local name would represent her nqw- - She was humanity to him "Woman" he whispered, "my God! my Godl" ' He turned away, sank down on- one of the great boulders that he- had thrown aside and buried his face-- in bis hands, his body shaking with emotions he could scarce define but well understood. The woman threw herself down on her knees before him and took him once more in her arms. "Man." she said. "I love you!" She drew his hands away from his face: she laid her own face In his bleedlnc nalm and kissed It "Man." she said, her Hps. wet with his own blood in a sort of wild, barbaric sacrament "man, I !" He stared at her as one distraught He had dreamed of this, he had. Imagined It he had prayed for it, he had hoped for It but no revelation that had come to him in the years of their association equaled in its blinding brilliancy. In lis intense illumination, the revelation in that woman's voice, In that woman's eyes, in that woman's touch. "Man," she said again "I love you. Do you know Do you understand! what It means?" Then he found his voice. Ho took her hand and pressed it against his rived took Idea. must dead -- "You," he cfintinued, "will say what is to be done." "Not I." she answered, plteously, "but you. I have no strength when you are by. Since that moment when you kissed me, you are the master and the man, but you will respect me In my helplessness?" "As If you were God In heaven," cried the man, raising his hand as one who makes a vow. "You are to me everything that is pure, that Is holy, that Is lovely?' "No! No!" she whispered, a look of terror coming Into her face. "Yes." he said. "Through .you I know God, through you I know woman. You are sacred to me. Never again, unless you give me leave, will I press my Hps to yours; never again, unless you say I may. will I take you In my arms; never again will I even touch your hand. Indeed. Indeed. I cannot do these things. And yet I will love you In ways of which you cannot dream so long as I can draw the breath of life." He rose to his feet' a he spoke and turned away from her and stood with clasped hands and bowed shoulders. In one moment the whole course of their lives had changed. It had taken an earthquake shock to do it but so terrific had been the submerged fires of mutual passions that a whisper opportunely uttered would have effeoted the same revolution. She sat and watched him wondering what would be thend of It She knew at last what love was, not the pale philosophical emotion she had experienced in the cabin of that yacht God, how she hated that recollection. How she wished that it had never been. If untouched by man she could have been cast upon that island to be given to this man who looked upon her as a goddess. She had told him some of her history, but not the part which was vital. It had been easy not to enlighten him wholly as to that He knew nothing about conditions. He had never seen a ship or a boat within his recollection, and the story she had settled upon and told him was one that received Instant acceptance from him. Indeed there was nothing that she had told him, or could have told him, that he would not Implicitly have accepted and believed. The king could do no wrong. She was Incarnate truth. And she would have to tell him all now. She would have to put into that pure soul, alive with, passionate devotion, admiration, respect, every feeUng that can make up the sum of mighty love, this story of evil and shame. There was no help for it She would have to tell him. .But she cquld not toll him now, not on this day. She would have a few perfect hours. She would stand for a little while within the vale of Eden. She would look for a little time through the gates of heaven. she would have and she would enjoy to the fult She rose softly to ner feet as well and stepped closer to him. She laid her hand upon his shoulder. She could see the muscles In his arm tighten as he clenched his hands the harder. She turned him gently about and lifted her perfect Hps to his. She kissed him again. Her hand sought him; her fingers parted his iron grasp. She drew his arm about her and nestled against him. "I trust you." she said, "as I love you. I shall be safe with you. You shall not draw away from me In sach isolation. You have waited long for kisses like this." And then the man spoke, the man in him. "Woman," he said, "yours are the only Hps that have been pressed upon mine, save perhaps my mother's as-- a child. Has any other man ever kissed yon?" She could not lie to him. "Don't ask me," she said, the futile To-da- y look for look, word far ward, taaah tor touch, he gave, hut the i&HJaUa was hers .not his. He was patUs a constraint of steel upon himself. Ska saw that and was glad. It raadher bold. Womanlike she tried and tented the blade that she had forged aaaint and again, growing daring in her Immunity, braver in her trust They stood in one part of their wan. derings before the door of what had been her cave. Hand In hand they looked down upon the heap of rocka that he had torn away. It was nothing to him; to Cer it was incredible. She could bette'r estimate wMat Human strength was capable of than he. She had standards of comparison which her lacked. "It cannot be possible that you lifted that boulder and that one, alene?" she said, gazing at hlmronderingly. "At that moment to release you, I could have torn the rock asunder," he cried, throwing out his arms in a mag nificent gesture, of strength and foree. She caught his hand with her own and once more pressed her Hps with in his palm. "I don't know how to say how maeh I love you," she cried. "Say that you will try to eare aa mach for me as I for you and I will be content" he answered. And so there was a pretty rivalry between them as to whieh loved the more. In the midst of the strife of tongues the woman spoke. She could not keep away from the subject. "You love me." she said at last "be cause you think me mere than I am.1 because." she ran on In spite of his protesting gesture, cheeking his denying word, "because you have seen no other woman, because " "I will not hear another word." ha cried, finding volee at last and stopping her. "I know not woman or man save as I know you and myselfsave as you have taught me by the women of whom you have read me In that single book we have, the women ef whom yoa have told me who havo played their parts in the world. All of them together are net tike you." "That Is because I am alive and here and they are dead and away." "II they all stood here by me en the sand, it all their exeelieneles and vir tues were entered upon one and sho stood by you en the sand, my heart would turn to you. It isn't because you are beautiful. Yea are beautife!, are you not?" Poor man, he had no standards of comparison, only the instinct for the lovely. "Men said so." she answered, smil ing at him and blushing In eonfneieu. "Men!" he cried. "What men?" "I will tell yea She sighed deeply at the thought of the revelation. "Well then." he continued, "it Isn't because yeu are beautiful, or beeause you are wise, or because yea are learned, or because you are kind; k is because you are you that I leve you." (Continued on Next Page) Mental Hurt Added. What makes a sore toe hurt worss is for the man who steps on it to walk away without apologizing. Commissioner's Sale. Q Uidlion, vs. PrnkMUr. Fsux Clark, Etc., Dafoadnasa. Under aBd bv virtue af a Jaifcamoat ami Order of Sale rendered at the' Qeta- - ber Term of Madfeaa CtreaH Court, ht the above styled ac4iee,tke uaderotgaed, Master Commissieaer of said eaan, wfll on Friday, December at 10 o'clock A M. oa the premises sell to the highest ami best bidder at EubHc Auction, the foilowia desorihedteau$r so muoh theref as will produce ftie7suin of 31513.00 and costs of suit 111. Two Certain Tracts or parcels of land en the waters ef Sliver Creek in Madison county, Ky.. treaerallv described as follows: Tract No. I. ceutaiaioir 17 aeres and 15 poles said land lying on the waters of Silver Creek, and adjoiniaf: the tarci 01 ueo. blasters and others and ? the same land conveyed te Peftt Clark by Martha Fife, by deed, dated Dec. 31, 1000 recorded in Deed Book . on page 413, to which reference is here by made. Tract No. 2. adioiBs the ferecoia? 17 acres and 15 poles and fronts on the Uames Mill ptke near the Silver Creek bridge and adjoins the lands of CelHns Coy. Squire Moberley. Davis, &c, containing.. acres more or less inctadfag' the house of Jefferson Emery, There has been three acres more or less sold of this land, and is not to be sold. There is excluded from the above boundary aa old graveyard, 20 feet square this being the same land conveyed to Felix Clark by James Turner and wife by doed- - dated Feb. 8. 1007, recorded ia Madison County Clerk's Office. Deed Book 9S. page 142 to which reference is hereto made. There is a splendid reside see and all tonecessary outbuildings, a new bacco barn. 10 acres in land, lo acres upland that eaa be ouitivatedi and the land is about S miles from Rto&2 w mond. Tkbjis; Said land will be sold oa a credltoHsix and twelve months time. the ourchaser beimr required to execute Sale Bonds payable to the Commissioner with approved security, bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid, with a lien retained to secure th payment of the purchase money. u. u. iUCK, Jl. v. 31. u. u. iC-aebe-inrtah-hettem request The man had turned away with a groan. No happiness is unalloyed; no Joy comes into our lives that some pain does not dog Its footsteps. With love camqJealousy before the flood. "At least she said.pressing closer to him and he did not repulse her, "I have loved no man but you." "Oh!" he said, taking her once more within his arms, 'that I might know for one moment what Is out there. how you lived, who saw you, who fol lowed you, who loved you!" "I shall tell you," said the woman. "But you have told me. "Not alt" "When the rest then?" Meanwhile let us en- Joy the day." the old, old human prayer, let us enjoy the day despite the morrow "let ltf suffice that I love you: that I never loved anyone else; that no kisses like to yours have ever been pressed upon my lips, nor I believe not upon; the lips of mortal woman. Let us pass the day in happiness together,. Come, we must breakfast We, must see what the earthquake has done, to our Island. We have things to think about things to do." "I have nothing to think about but you; nothing to?do but to love you. Hand in hand, they stepped across the sand to the shade of the trees, a royal and a noble couple, the splendid woman nobly planned, fit mate tor the godlike man, children of God and Nature, both of them In loose tunics which she'nad woven from the long soft-- grass, which left neck and arms bare and fell to knee and were belted In at the waist Unhampered by any of the debasing or degadfng garments of civilization, they were a pair to excite the admiration and envy of the gods. "To-morro- Looking Through. Lat CHAPTER XI. The Conscience Quickened; They had spent the morning together, but not as usual Things were different conditions had changed. For the, first time in years the daily lesson which she had given him was Interthey were- both at mitted. school with Lore, for preceptor and such willingness 'in their hearts as made them Ideal pupRs.' The storm had died away as suddenly as It had arisen. No visible evidence of It was left save the tremendous thunder of the long undulating seas upon the outward barrier. The earthquake had not greatly damaged the island, the fallen cliff, a few prostrate palms here and there, that was all. But there was visible evidence In them of the storm through . which they bad passed and which still held them in its throes, la the tumult' of their souls. To the man the experience of the aaoralng was absolutely new and to the woman St was so different from what had hitherto transpired that it was practically . so. They luxuriated in their emotions. They sat side by siae. hand In toad; they waHted to gether, band in hand. Yet it was the woman who was the balder, the woman who made the advaaeea. The ntaa was not' passive. Klas fer Miy. To-da- y - Our Hstof oaints vou will be amaze the many varities ler spccial uses. There re Paints For Every Purpose. 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You me whieh is eaual don't know how I haa looked upon yau aad hwcad for you evar ntace you uaav aad feel that I was a For" a aaafs aoul. Xiaht af tar at nWat 1 feaaa aataton ro as yo Pisafflaraa ftn tto raeha. Bat that nfn Wafllhl yaakav taaafct bm hoaar aad yatt-loved" gin te ftw fwt "., - 'X' taaak. i 1 This Rent sbaau Ap afttf fa T 5 'SPftJK.4J : v i Are You t Ha Mfclig ya hex ) the sod and for occupation, and so he promised knelt baai ' ker. and went his .way. - "Has t mgtt tfc Bhlp made you When he had' disappeared, she turned the edge of the cliff in" the se- was given, he more than "did his part weep?" he w4. scftl. "I wish that bad never v.sm m tell you It was cluded amphitheater where her cave Pressing back her head he fed his riill there!" fronted the ocean. She threw aside upon her lips. 'No, not that, he could "We have been so happy together, her tunic of woven grass and plunged never do that, but he kissed her long, into the cool, delightful pool, which and for a moment forgot what ho " yott and I,' said the woman. "This island has been my World, my haven, fortunately the earthquake had not had to tell It was she who first remy heaven, rather, and you hare been disturbed. Her clothes, the scanty membered. humanity to me, hut now the earth garments she had Improvised from her "And what is It," she asked, "on the opens .before you. You will have oth- undercldthing, had long since worn other side or the Island?" " er hopes, other ambitions, perhaps ' out It had not been difficult, how"X torsot It for the- moment." he an- ever, to plait of certain pliable rushes sewered, passionately, "as "Don't say If," protested the man, I forgeT, vehemently. "1 shall, hare nothing, which grew in plenty upon the island, everything with you in my arms." nothing but you anywhere. , every the loose and shapeless garments they She laughed atJhls bold assertion. wHere, and, besides, - nothing Is both wore. She had used strips torn "You love," she said, "as if you had changed. See. the smoke grows faint what had remained of her cloth- been taught to do It from the beginfrom d er; the ship more dim. She passes ing for binding and edging and ning." beyond. Things shall ba as they made her dextrous and skill"The sight of you, your touch, the were! We shall Uve on, and lore ful In the rude weaving. She still air that hangs about your person, Arrow Norwood, on!" preserved, however, the blouse and they have taught" me, and I am only Her desolation, her sorrow appealed skirt of serge, her only pair of stock- beginning now to show you how much : : : : : : : : low prices to him profoundly. Ho took her In ings and the canvas boating shoes. I love you.""' his arms. He laid her head gently Sometimes in Idle moments she tried for "If this be - the beginning," she upon his shoulder. There was protec is if those shoes on. Fortunately for her, tion atid tenderness as well as pas they were loose and easy. Going bare- laughed, "what will be the end?" belts', oil "There Is no end," he replied laughall sion In his touch. foot three years had. enlarged her "Together," he whispered, patting feet to something ing in his turn. email "But you came here to tell me' some: her hair softly, "alone, you and I!" like those human and proper propor' For one delicious moment with tions which, from the standpoint of thing else." "When I started from the other side closed eyes she let herself be so nature at least had greatly enhanced their beauty. She kept these clothes, of the Island it .seemed the greatest' soothed and comforted. But' her bet OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYNDON Successor to Luman & Higgtns but since I have - ter nature woke on the instant as it she hardly knew why, perhaps for one thing' that I could-tell- ; were. reason since she had been able to seep you" "Man, man," she cried, with pleas"No she said, drawing away from weave the wattled garment so well suited to her needs she had had no ant impatience, "what Is It that you him gently, "It would not be right We belong In the world of men. Men use for them; perhaps against the day saw?" . I mtA j mmi ts "I think it is a ship," he answered, and women are not men and women of the arrival of other civilization Jesse Cob Tandy Eads " with sudden gravity. . until they have lived among their fel than her own. "A ship!" she cried. lows, until they have fought down the Greatly refreshed by her bath and rUll;ED EUR! "WEMESDAT II She laid her hand upon her. heart temptations of which we know noth It shows her absolute confidence in ing here, down upon a near byboul-derthat THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO him and his worth her; itinterruption and sank his words were truo, what. out there. and have conquered them If had never never occurred to Give me the flint and steeL befoVe he starts on his rounds of what would be the (Incorporated.) would It mean to them both? v I must call back the ship!" come and therefore it never would his favorites,. We would most highly valued He stooped as she spoke and picked she resumed her lunlo and walked "I have never seen a ship, but there suggest a home or building lot for your family, which , Pres. and Mgr. toward the cave. The tide was very ,Ib a dark object yonder," he point- - up the little silver box. He extended A. D. Miller would certainly bring joy for the Cbristmastide. Com his hand toward her, and then sud low, The sands terminated on one ea across me isiuuu mwaru tne iartiier Sec'y-TreaV. G White denly drew it back. suit us and we will help 3011 bu3r the Choicest on easy side In a rocky ledge where a long horizon, "too far away Tor me to dis"You cannot light the beacon," he arm of the lagoon ran to the foot of tinguish what It Is; but smoke rlsos Hmtr terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that rrom it" said. the cliff. The cliff had been tremenKENTUCKY PRESS AS0C!AT(pi will be hailed with, delight. v dously shaken, apparently, and she no"Cannot!" she cried. "Le.t us go!" ticed Just above the water line a narShe rose to her feet and extended " "No, for I will not give you the flint LEAGUE. EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS row opening. She had thought from her hand. He took it and they began and steel." noises during storms that there was to run. They ran as often as they "You must give if to me." YEAR PEICE $1.00 FJB cliff with an walked, except In the greater heat of a hidden cave in "I will not. I am the stronger, and INCORPORATED. IN ADVANCE opening under the water. She had mid-daLitHe, lightly you cannot take'it from me," he-- reImagined that possibly "She could enter clad, deep chested and strong? In, this turned, with growing firmness. Gibson iLocal and Long Distance 1911 It by diving, but she had never cared emergency WEDNESDAY NQV 29 HH they It was the first time in all their inheaded straight QO I Main 1 CIGpi IUI ICUJ to make the attempt although by this across the hill instead of taking the tercourse that he had disobeyed a time she had become as much at home longer way around the sands. The command. She looked amazed, Island In the water or under it as if she had distance was not great There was a her heart, nevertheless throbbing at been a native of the south seas. Some- sort-o- f In his tone, at the thought rude path which they had times in the morning they swam in made and often traversed, and In a that he was willing to throw away the "And" 11 I were none of these the lagoon together, oftentimes she few momenta they stood panting a world for her. It is true he had had swam alone. It was a great pleasure little, for they had been unusually no experience of that he was giving things?" to her and a necessity as well In that speedy and eager, on the top of the up, but ho was not entirely ignorant of "I would love you just the same." what lay beyond the horizon, and hill. "But I am not what you think me in low latitude. Curiosity Induced her to inspect "There!" cried the man, pointing to she had presented it in such a some ways." way that it glowed with color and life "I could never think highly enough more closely this opening near the seaward. water's edge. Again throwing aside His eyesight was better than hgrs, and charm. The evil, the sordid and of you, I know that" "No. no. it Isn't that When I tell her garment she plunged Into the arm but hers was still sufficiently keen, as the wretched had been lightly alIt means that all work which must be of the sea and' swam boldly toward she followed his outstretched arm and luded to. Just definitely enough to you" covered up is so well constructed that repairs and She stopped and looked at htm pa the 'cliff. There was Just room enough extended finger, to see upon the far I shade the picture and bring out tho consequent damage and annoyance will never be ling. After all the greater test was between the water's level and the top J horizon a dark object which was un- higher lights of civilization. His was to come then., 'To err," she remem- of the opening for her head. She doubtedly a ship. A hazy column of not the decision, therefore, of an unnecessary. bered the ancient Latjn proverb, "was found herself In a straight passage- smoke elongated behind it, and told tutored, inexperience savSge, not the abandonment of a toy by a child; And the plumbing in view must be just as human; to forgive divine." Would he way perhaps eight or 10 feet long and her it was a steamer. "You were right" she said at last, there was somo reality In it and the be human or divine In this trial? Had as many wide. Cautiously she swam safely constructed as the hidden parts and be she so trained him that he could for through it and discovered herself in a (little sob In her voice. "It is a ship. reality measured his affection. Her attractive as welL give the unforglveable? In more ways nn Immense cave. Light filtered It means rescue. The w.orld'Is coming heart leaped in her breast at that thought For one fleeting moment she than one her happiness depended through the opening and one or two to our shores." To be certain of obtaining these qualities acquiesced. Things would go on in "My world is here," he returned, upon what would be his course. If fissures had been opened here and V in your.plumbing work let us give 'you a there, by the earthquake or by some laying his hand upon her shoulder, the old way. But things could not go he forgave her and condoned her 111 fault, their love could have free convulsion of nature before, through and for answer she drew closer to on In the old way. For a day and a written estimate with full details, specifycourse if ever opportunity for benl- - the rocky wall. Invisible on theiace of him, glad to feel his clasp about her night, in spite of the great change ing 'JStatlcfard" guaranteed fixture, that had come to their feelings,' life son upon it presented. But If he the cliff from the outside but quite waist. which will insure a permanent and had flowed on as-- usual, but there, was She had time to think how singularfollowed the common course of men, distinct within. There was even a satisfactory job. "Occident" Bath not only would any future union be stretch of sandy beach on one side. ly like the language of convention a limit to human power. It was bettween them on the only terms to She swam to It, clambered upon It was the language of nature. It was ter, whatever betide, that they should go back to civilization. The woman and sat down to rest. which she could consent be Impos stared at him long and earnestly, her Here was an excellent haven of ref sible, but he would kill her heart, her lip trembling, her face pale, her eyes trust In man sometimes, she wildly uge, Instinctively occurred to her, al shining. They stood speechless at though a refuge from what she believed, her trust in God. gaze for a moment, and then she "Nothing, nothing," he repeated. scarcely jenew. tacept at the very spoke. "that you could tell me would make lowest or the ebb the entrance would "You are right" she said, "my pow-jc- r any difference." ,'be covered, and even then It would over you has gone. I can no longer lovers nave protested, she re (tajce a curious and familiar eye to dis io command. Mine has ceased to be the called, since time and the world be' ,cover the entrance or to imagine it supreme will, but I beg you, I entrat gan. And yet things told have made .anyming more than a deep rift in the you, I pray you, give me the flint and differences. What would it do for their face of the sea wall. At any other steel. See, on my knees I ask you!" future, this revelation of the morrow? hour the entrance would be invisible, She sank down before him In. an atAnd again she realized that the test, and even at low tide if the windfew titude which he krfew to be that of if she herself were compelled to make irom the sea which it generally did, prsyer. They had often read the it. would not be exactly fair, for she the breaking waves would. cover the sacred Scriptures and had said their would be at once prosecuting attor .entrance completely. Off to one side. prayers together on the sand or beney, advocate for the defense, even quite accessible from the sand strin neath tho trees since she, too, in the some phase the passer of Judgment which rose sufficiently high to afford in solitude had seen God and believed She would be the criminal and the full shelter above the high water mark, "I cannot, I will not," he answered, world to him. It would hardly be n inue stream plunged down the cliff. Tioarsely, stepping nearer to her. possible for him to arrive at a correct one tasted the water and found it "No," she said, "yQu must not touch view and come to a determination un- - fresh and sweet All that one would me, you shall not touch me. I shall be biased and free. If she could have iaCK WOUld ho fnnrl nnri fha tiMln. to you as a stranger, unless you take transported him by some magic pow place could be occupied Indefinitely. me by force, If you will not let me She stayed in the cave some little er among the children of men, and light that beacon." with them for auditory have told her time, and when she finally decided to "Yes," She Said, "It Passes By.' No, . said the man, doggedly. story, the test would be a true one. return to the outer world she disfov What he would do then after having ered that the tide had turned and that what any other man who loved would "When the world touches our shores It brings you unhappiness. Let it pass.' heard the world s voices, the world's tne entrance was now comDletelv un- - have said, and In the same way, "Listen!" she said. "I have tried to appeals, the world's mockeries, would aer water.. This gave her no disnulnt. ship is passing by." he went tell you something about honor and truly determine what he was, and in Light still came from the outside to on. That "When I saw It as I woke this duty. My honor says that that ship no other way could that determlna mark the way. She had acaulred thfr morning, it was there. . It go.es rap must be called. My duty bids me call tlon be arrived at Though she strove racuity of swimming beneath tho sur idly." her. You said that you love me." to be as impartial as divinity, she face With her eyes open and the dis "Yes," she said, "it passes by.1 B. Stouifer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made ;"Said!" exclaimed the man. could not but make her defense coin tance was short. She dove Into It con "I care not," he interrupted. "I don!t . ?'Ydu do love me, then." returned cident with her revelation, her Justlfl fidently and presently emerged In tho want or to order made at home by experience! Tailors. Oer cation at the same time with her con lagoon outside. It was the one nlaee Now anything elseyou, anybody else. .the xWomanV'ieand I you, but? that love I am content must be Rested, tried In the world. I demnation. He knew nothing of life on tho island, so far as she had dis here." that I have 1. 000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by can never-- believe in it in you, until but what she and instinct had taught coveredshe had always thought there "But we shall summon It and bring tne trial nas been made. We must him, and neither would-b- e safe guides was a cave there but had never been Tailors. call back the ship!" In this emergency. He could protest able to verify her knowledge which it back," she went on, resolutely. . "How?" he askedjurlously. "But Lean believe in you without and she could believe his protests, but provided her with a shelter absolutely "By llghjlng the beacon yonder." any test" George Marischen, Cutter unless they were uttered not merely secure and Inaccessible, as she be"I had ergot that" I am different I hare been out Deiore nign neaven but before sur lieved. She had po less trust In her "But I did not Go back to the cave there. I know what It is. '1 have rounding men, they would be of little man man she had before, but the line knowledge gave her a strange comfort and bring the flint and steel.. You will seen other men." value. She looked fixedly at him. He bent wnen she met him that nlcht bIib nnd them In the silver box on the- She put this by resolutely at last am not impart her secret to him. shelf by the Bible, and make haste." - closer to her and laid his hand UDon We are the creatures of circumstance "I will go the quicker." he said, j- her shoulder, not this time in cares3. and environment. She" would have to Whatever happened now, she had a turning to her, "that I may be the She winced from the tightness of his do the best that she could on the Place or refuge, she realized, and she grasp, the fierce Intensity of his morrow. Meanwhile she would, as she was glad. It was a gorgeous eolden sooner back with you." He turned and bounded away like clutch, yet she did not draw away, had said, enjoy the day. And so the night In the South Paclflp. They wan morning hours wore away until the dered and played and loved together a young deer. She watched him and he was not conscious of the force funic came for the customary parting. unaer the tropic moon and stars In through the trees, and then saj down he used. upon tho summit of the hill and stared lou have seen other men. Thev At nrst she would have abandoned, in tne gem-likIsland. Yet when they . toward the ship. She was glad, of .nave . tovea you? the luxury of the new passion, or the parted eacn was unaccountably sad: course, that they were to bo rescued, new rerelation of the old passion, the she because of what she must tell him "Yes." she forced herseirto reply. but as In the joy of Ihelr love there customary rule, but she still preserved on the morrow, and he "And you!because of was sorrow, so in her gladness there some lingering remains of her common what he had becun to fanev h miiet "I have loved no man but vou." was apprehension. That test of which sense and she clearly perceived that hear. "You,had something to tell. me. You she had dreamed the night before were to tell me. ' it was necessary to go op as they There were more things to happen had. Society cannot proceed without on that morrow than either she In was now to be Complete. She would "Yes its conventions and ihese simple reru- - her philosophy or he ln'hls inexperl- - postpone the telling of her story un"Was If about soipe other man'"" ' til he could bear Jn comment upon It tlatlons were their conventions which ence could have dreamed of "Yes." when they the voice of the world, had to be obeyed. And so they parted. nissea again at parting and together "What was It?" They had lived In Eden.-Ede- n J3ut parted as they had never parted "I will tell you when we have, gone with aia gooa nignt out a serpent. They had plucked the DacK wnere men and women Derore, torn asunder by their own live"tree of knowledge at will "and no compliance with their own petty rulea, "Why hot now?" CHAPTER XII. consequences evil had xou must hear the voice of the their hearts protesting. ensued, yet Long before the earthquake they nevertheless, they must go out--inworld In comment upon what I say." The Ship on the Horizon. "But If-had erected on the top'most hill of the' do not eo back?"- xesteraay morning she had been' the world now, tho world with Its palns Us tolls and fjets, the world "There-wl- ll island a huge pile of dead wood from awakened by an earthquake. be a secret between us y the groves heneath. u was tne eall of a voice, his voice. with Us mockeries and scorns, and wnich T win carry to my grave. It When they had parted she had sug There was none other on the island. take up the appointed jlfe of men. .He would be fatal to our happlhe'ss. You gested to him and it was significant It came to her through the open tloor- - loved her now there could not ha see wo must tall baqkthe ship. Give mat now it was a suggestion: Tester ,way. By turning her head she could any doubt about that but what would me the flint and steSl. for Goi's sake. lje do when he knew and when he " you love me, man!" day It would have-beea comman- d- see the bright expanse of1 tand She had nover adjured him. In that that he shpuld take time to ascend the sea and skv beyond. Yet sandfigure Knew mat tne world knew as well no what she had thought what she hadl fashion before. He stood Irresolute hill and rearrange the great heap of darken4the entrance. He stood out oeen, wood which they had bullded. Durlne of sight, hut within hearing, box at her calling her when ana wnat she had done. Alas, a moment and dropped-thall the time that had elapsed since she name. ane rose to her feet. Kathered shores that ship's boat touched' the feet She had conquered", connuered of their Island, the by appealing to his love for her. Noth Had been theTe no sail had whitened the tuaic about her waist by a clnc- tire horizon, no curl of smoke had be iure.ai Raited, grass, thrust the knife the flaming sword would always guard ing else, she felt would have moved . . a w .1 lUAtjueu me distant passing of t within a rude sheath she had meir entrance ana prevent their re- him. made steamer. But no spot of the gloee it, and stepped out upon the sand. for turning to it Eagerly she opened the silver box could forever remain unvislted. she had an Instinct that something She She was a brare woman. ShA and took thence the tiny Implements. un thought, and some day that pile of usual nao nappened, for never before face the IneTltable with courage, with Fortunately thej; ."were In the heart of wood might make a beacon light to naa he ventured to come to the cave a philosophy whlcE now at last was the dry seas&n: To strike a spark can civilization to them. He was glad and thus awaken her. Christian, 'she had had three peace- was easy, to- - communicate it to the Un ';The change In fill . der-lik- e to comply with her suggestion, glad their relations might have Vfiiro nnA n brushwood was easier still, in 1 Ul Huca nappmess moved him as falls to the lot of few of the xhll- - a monieni, catching the inflammabl to this extraordinary course, veth orea ot sorrow. Perhans that wood dried out-h- y tho- tropic sun. the OJ4 BOt eiieye tjjat It had. . She found all that she was 'destined to look back I names roared through the great mass. aim in a great state of excitement. uo cuu as sne cleared the entrance he. ran Mvon pi joy. remaps the future held at tne ton ot tne is for her only expiation. Perhaps she land made a background for the; flame. lownra ner waring his hands. ought not to rebel acalnst that And soon a pillar of flra 20, or 30 feet mere it aomethlne." he pHpH m blllty. She ought to be glad of wci. high leaped and curled up into the voice thrilling with new and strand such emotions, ''on the other side of the- - Rtt opportunity, Indeed. But she was siiurair or tne morning. a woman, and by and by she fcirt The woman beckoned. The-- two ran around the peak of the rock until "It it something of enoueh Imnnr. ice in ner handssd wept. In all their Intercourse he had nerer they were sheltered from the fierce Usee' she said, softlv. lavini? dor upon nis sttoulder, "to keep you Been her weep, Ttars were entirely neat of the fire. From where they foreign to his experience. He laiew stood they could see ihe ship. uum Kissing me good morning?" vo you think," asked sthe man, avraenuy whatever it was, it was wha sorrow was, what sadness was, what sympathy was, for. his heart "had "that the people on- - the sM will see not, ahe thought for a ha v the flame?" i a ki nwept her to hie breast t oncel been lorn when she had 'Thercahot fall to see Jt" na iMeeea oeea hl first instinct that the" story ofTheAMan ofOfSorrow "And "aow will they regard it?" n child nntnrn 4k bis burning deslre-th- e night , "As a slgAl." pathetic in the Old Covenant and the loec, to hare her In hla.Vm u "And. wht will hta constant thought; but he was new rsw ms appealed to hjm profoundly, v "Twb abeit sad )ed far Uw' V but Iila were not easy tears, He had ' lasd." .- . j meer abed any. He had never seen . ... " - '!fee bad sworn that i ' My. H VM' - SMallcd. ihorcJr-Urmmce swat from her nt ooc the advaiKyt wm made, the when approaching noiselessly he laid' JCt Here Wa an Excllnt Haven "When Um hts hand upon her shoulder and saw warn qmpwm, tt ceaaea to permission Wefua. and heard the evidence of her grirf gate." he renUoL "it will ifcaw um " .1 'it . r WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Sewing Machines . prac-tlceha- Paragon, Cleveland, and other good (jjl C AA The Jree, Standard, machines at very supplies good. We are also headquarters Easy payments desired your credit repairs for your sewing machine and needles, bobbins, shuttles, PltVV FHIGGINS -- and-slend- er - ; iw s. SANTA IS THINKING giltlor NOW manifested too much Interest ;n h to-- allow her to drop out of ifs g without at least making an effor" find her. The position of Mr Vi-tiLangford became interesMs difficult in tho face of a storm o! is quiry. Mr. Langford's previous ca rtage was, fortunately for hinj x known, but theworld had had a re plete and adequate idea of the n Lof CHAPTER XIII. the union which had been m-- - ' upon so blithely between Lang'ori ; j The Long Search. -Miss Brententhat the first Mr. Valentine Arthur Langford was met him when he came b.i k i his that wearily pacing the quarter decH of was as to wnicn one nad rr magnificent yacht, the Southern Cross. (TO BB CONTINl Elt Mr. Langford was an Intensely disappointed and embittered man. He had made two ventures which, by a Sheep Killed. stretch of language in one case at least could be called matrimonial, and both killed tweaty-seve- n shec Dogs of them had resulted in disaster. Death longing te lli firm ef Fox. Lu opportunely had relieved him of ono McDowell. Thpy were being w wife; the other who had stood in the on It L. Goose's fens, about tw place of the former without the legal ceremony or the spiritual benediction from Paiwille. Ky. The nur. ' had vanished under circumstances so sheep killed W Mete county .y unusually large mysterious that he had no Idea wheth- this season is er- she was alive or dead. On a certain The Grean River Tefeaceo Po night some three years ago he had a dim remembrance that he nad be- sistiflg of 29.000, 00 pounds, h t; haved like a brute to a woman. Hie sokl for like SZ.OOO.'" T remembrance was only dim as to de- received 310, i and 39 per hundrtails. It was entirely clear as to the ne on-th-e have turned and we heading " .C this, way." There was no breeze, apparently, and the smoke would follow the wake of the ship. They watched the Uttla speck on the horizon with strained intensity for a lew momenta. "How If she passes on?"' asked the man, at last "I shall take it as a sign," cald the woman, slowly, "that Lookl" she cried, In sudden gladness. The ship had turned and. the cloud of smoke now rose straight above her in the still air. "Theyhave seen the signal," went e woman. "They will come here. We shall be .taken away!" "It is your fault" said the man, grimly. "I wanted nothing but to be alone with you." . Jy Mfc. snaky, sailed for San. Francisco with a bat convalescent owner ca her quarter deck. The departure of Katharine Bren. c greai sensauoa, dui u was nothing q the sensation which raged when i be. came, known that Valentine Lang'ora had returned without her She was a woman of too much importance she had played too large a part in the a" fairs of the world, civilization baa siMbg Bluegrass Real Estate Company, te free-limbe- Tt iSlng Richmond; Ky The of Regener ation at-hl- m What Does Good Plumbing Mean ? rSS What had happened as a result of his conduct he could not clearly state. The next morning the crew had found him lying insensible on the cabin floor wiih a fractured skull. The woman was gone,-- also the power boat which had trailed astern of the yacht in the pleasant weather. Such was his physical condition that when he was not unconscious, he was delirious. He bad been able to give no coherent account of affairs and equally unable to give any directions as to the future movements of the yacht, which had been bound nowhere in particular upon a pleasure cruise. and captain, The old sailing-maste- r much distressed by the situation and the emergency in which he found himself suddenly plunged, decided that his best course; in fact his only course, was to get back to clvllfzatioa and a doctor as soon as possible. He had Instantly put the yacht about and headed for the nearest land where he might'hope to get suitable care for his terribly ill young employer. He pushed the yacht to the utmost speed, and in three weeks dropped anchor In Honolulu, just in time to save the young man's life. Indeed, for a long time it was touch and go as to whether his life could be saved at all, and it was not until nearly a year had elapsed before the Southern Cross fact Rather Attenuated. "Billy" wife is actually tl.e I ever saw," saM Bink i woman is so Ihm sbV'wcarshrr ' ring around her nee, ami whr. eats soup you oar hear the echo, bus to tie her ia a knot Before 1. kiss her. If she eva- - pulls t!if white hi tho bath tub so long w--- Some time ago a leoal option r : was kekl in NIchotesville, which r, face of the returns wets won b a ority of 96. An appeal was taken the deeisiea of the Centost Board ' Circuit Ooort ami Jadgo Benton su' The ed the C&atast Board. lake the matter to Um Court of Ar - - Strayed or Stolen. Oh Sunday, Xovoniber 12. a v. and bfeok sptdr&l dog vsnh r and address as beiew oo collar t Information as to his wbereab be greatiy'appreeiated. B. 23 , K Drs- - i"? tf Kichmo ni K Little. Man wants but HUIe here be':, and he gets it when he goes to tea grocery with ;han $5. 'a IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE The family with young children that is without sickness in the house now and then is rare, and so it is im portant that the head of the house should know what to do in the little emergencies that arise. A child with a serious ailment needs a doctor, it is true, but in the majority of instances, as any doctor knows, the child suffers strengthening the little stomach cr-;- . Richmond Heating and Plumbing Company from some intestinal trouble, usually constipation. There is no sense in giving it a pill or a remedy containing an opiate, nor is flushing of the bowels to be always recommended. Rather give it a small dose of a mild, gentle laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Svruo Peosin. which, by cleaning out the bowels and ble. This is not alone our opini.-b' that of Mrs. N. H. Mead of Freer Kan., whose granddaughter has taking it successfully and of Mrs J R. Whiting of Lena, Wis., who gvrrs it to her children and takes it her c' ' It is sold in fifty cent and one bottles at every drag store, but if want tn fc in nm:t.. t. r you bay it send your address to Dr, uatuweu too he will forward a trial bottle free of charge. Address him Dr W R 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, -- cles, will immediately correct the tr bt d"r vJ f,j.n - "VT'OU can write your bills, A New Tailoring Shop . sheets, etc., in the uual way with the statements, balance J. Remington Adding and Subtracting. Typewriter (Wahl Adding Mechanism) p Also large price. of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced, and when you come to the end you will find the correct totals of each ; column whether one or more J. B. STOUBFBR. i22 West Man Street. ..- e -- - : ." actually staring you in the face. Writes and adds or subtracts as the operator goes along, without any extra work on his part. Thus the work is cut in half and -- : ab solute assured. Remington Typewriter to accuracy is . To-da- n Visible Writing a-- Sw a Woman ? e ana Adding 131 South Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky 1 TAKE -- - UARDUI w Hie Famous, Tkm D - 2 &Lamp . . II II mi a ill T -- .11 Hie Woman's Tonic Jt. at tke.-hda- oies, -. eM c SUndarQU Company ' J When You - something each year that will make your me more.comfortable. It is difficult for most ,f us to buy largo Quantities of house furnishings ' . at ne time You will besurrised-- , though, iliow rapidly your me becomes attractive withinew things, if you ' .law tbisplah,of addjng something new every VM x MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION S! SSS OFB iiS Try It splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for j-o- EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND V We set out determined to outdo selection now. ments; we searched the entire market away superior to any ever shown in Richmond. N all former efforts in the Overcoat line. We bought larger stocks and more varied1 and selected only" the strongest values; and the result is a collection of Overcoats assort-fa- r H and II EN N ETT and D H 1 GG1 S The collection eontains Overcoats of every kind Conservative coats with velvet collars or with plain cloth collars: coats with the new Presto and other convertible collars; long coats and medium coats and short coats, in all weights and styles and kinds. In justice to yourself you must see this collection before Reali on ' . you make your selection. . 'UN Flat For r ER A KING ' Thanksgiving Rent 3SQ unfurnished. 1Ibos, For r Apply to Woodland, 8S-l- f Don't forgot the matinco tomorrow. " H B. Stetson's latest stylo in soft hats, S8.50 Rice & Arnold. John n Overcoats at $8.00 to $10.00 If you want a good loolung serviceable coat Overcoats at A great range to select fiom at these prices. Raincoats and regular Overcoats; blacks, rich browns, ahd grays, in a wealth of beautiful patterns and styles. Unmatehable values at these prices. Some bear the Kenton label, the surest and safest guide to clothing satisfaction. $12.50 to $15.00' Overcoats at Rent or via- - ruoms: fumMw Apply to When you see a hen eating tacks you are rash to assume that she is going to laya carpet. I here's your chance. weight. Neat tan and gray and brown effects. a small price, Cut full and roomy all over, full length, and at Unusual values at $3.00, '$8. 50 and 10. 00. Mrs. Camje Kbbnb, Tate's For 1 Orv MroMie. Rent Ptwwe 59 A fire at Jliddlesboro caused the death of Alexander CUadwell and Tom Dun can, and a property loss estimated at $2(5,000. Overcoats at ' . regard's nsMwm of 7 or Official majorities in recent Stato elec Broadway. Apply to tion arc as followf: McCreary 31,335; J. R. Harris. ilcDarmott 30,011. McCreary received $18.00 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 and grays. Stores that do not confine themselvas to One Price would ask from five to ten dollars more for sucb coats. $22.50 and $25.00 Our finest coats, ane nothing but choicest material and superior workmanship enters into their construction. The fabrics are fine Tweeds, Cheviots, Scotches and Chinchillas, some are extra weight for men who want extra warmth. Sizes are graded according to the Kenton Scientific System, which insures a perfect fit for every man. Office For Rent waar aadbeat 1 ,uipii i with Pos-- 1 ng on Second street. January 1st, 1012. en DOOOLAS & SlUMOSS-- Texas oeltle raisers have discovered that there is a difference bt 300 per cent between the price received by them and that paid by the consumer. A man pardoned from the Massashu- rs' Tobacco Warehouse Company. ,,ppn toroooive totweoo, Kov- - years setts State prison after thirty-on- e was asked what struck him as the most obiIobs thing on emerging into the-worl- agais. Ho promptly replied: "The women's hats." 4. Deeoatbor sales A nnrmsnondpnt of the Winchester Demooratsavs: "The time of vear has BIG SALE. I anrnn urhnn v wnmpn folks are rom- hi Bar I polled to stay at .home and look after our cost and below menu Kow Is the time to J poUiry to keop rabbit hunters from kill trn M ND MlLUXBBT QtOMPAKT, MeKoo IMock. years of age Deceased was twenty-thre- e iriingsusor, weighing abeut TOO and leaves a husband to mourn her - taken up by Fox and Hamilton loss. can have suae by pwiwppro-,n- d Georgetown is to have another local paying far tMs advertteomeat i' t. of Vanning. ontion olection. The date has been set King by County Judge Ward for January 25, For Sale. 1012. A petition calling for the election Men' - and containing ovor 700 names wasJiled U i f ces of oM Bugttsk Silvor datSheffield in the county court last week. lulSOO: also goatrie Amatuer's Thursday Night - large tray, oxqatalte ivory Twelve cents all round was paid the Some ,r,.s anil water ooftoe. crop of ten thousand past week for. a First at 7:15; Second at 8:30 Two Shoys Every Night Way ul old china, a raakogMy psunds of tobacco in Lincoln county, old ii.Hoe about whioh is said to be the best crop in that ;.mi oUir iwu. also snaller section of tho state. This is the high Can be sobs by est straight crop price of the season. cs..f interest. e . meat. a. h. Over one hundred pairs of shoes sold VersoWas, Ky. from the bargain counter last week. Did S4 kx -yoa get any of them? The opportunity good or better this week. li t miss Uie Big Steow nl fee Opera wHI be Just as The White Sale. The Cooperage Property Sold Come early and get fir&t choice. o Mr. Death of Judge Shugars. ...s '.onurht. Thanksgiving Service. Uice & Aiinold. On account of the disagreorble In order to close and settle up the Judge William Shugars, ot Lancaster. T rri, Thanirsfrivinir sermon ytiM be a small not worth white bow to advise wcathor Thanksgiving services will be held at ;Q.rolar in Hnvpr.. attended Saturday last, of Circuit crowd partnership, the real estate belonfrin? to father of Mrs. Jonas Rucker, of this - iu Ueep cool; the wooihor will see Thursday at 1J A. M. by Rev. Clerk the Cooperage Company was sold at pub-- 1 the public sale theKpisnopal ohurch Thursday morn preached V " jWIJ Roy C. White, near town. Bidding was uc nor-elect McCreary. G. W. Crutchfield. We nope mo puum- ber 17, aged 83 years, and was buried sale last Thursday. Mr. Lee The pastor, ltev. ing at 10 o'olock. churches in the ser- quiet and stock sold at low figures bought tho two shops with about Ti ' elevator mm tea eenutae Human!- - Tbemnsou. will occupy the pulpit and wlll join with the Sunday, Navombor 19. Ills daughters, icos. seven and a half acres of ground for It was very gratifying news to tho Ue pends hfedftjrs in etemtog an nxoellaat musical program has been i Misses Margaret, Lillian and Bessie, Dr. Scanlon improving. li oil ami women. have moved to this city to reside They many friends of Mr. Thomas J. Smith prepared "for fee occasion. A Lucky Boy. Reports from the bedside of Dr. D. H. svjiU. Jir. T. S. Uurnam bought tjie have moved into the'.r new homo re- to know of his appointment as secretary Scanlon. who was operated upon last large warehouse at $2,'500. About six eies- Cranberries, celery, oysiers at Cul Tia banks and postoMee will be A fine babv boy was born to Mr. and of ground went to Mr. A. R. Burnam, Jr. to Governor-elec- t Janus B. McCreary, I(, morrow week at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Tharedar. U will be ton's. Place your order now for Thanks' M rs. Charles Kline, of 1111 Penn street cently erected on Third street. at 31.500. Mr. Congleton will reooenl and with his excellent family will loavo 2t Day. wiirinrv Lexington, aro very encouraging. lie the cooperage shops and turn out barrels Tobacco Commissioner. Zanesville. Ohio, at 11 minutes arter for Frankfort next month to make his probably be able to return home of the on the eleventh day No will the eve of this bHdy soason. we and other products at an early date. Congressman J. C. Cantrill has sent a home during this administration. A Mflvsvtllc man sold forty fat . hogs 11 o'clock, year-Thwithin a week, i ii'fer prepared to shew jrou a eomGovernor-elec- t McCreary, pro more Dlcasinz apnointmont could have Thursday. eleventh month of the eleventh letter to to a hutohor to be delivered child weighed 11 pounds. McCreary, Death of Mrs. Patton, nee iae l luui ever bolero. Big Cattle Sale posing the enactment of a law for the been mado by GoVernor-olec- t The previous day, they got hold of a lot Winbs & WnrmxeTO. (Irpftn in tho barn that had "Tobacco Com as Mr. Smith is eminently fitted in every appointment of n State nf Parle Mr. James B. Parkes. of Kingston Walker. Beattie Electrocuted. the purpose of requir wav to fill tho office and is ono of the neighborhood, sold his cattle last week The Madisoo County Poultry Sfeow been procured for use on tobacco and, was electro- - missioner." for NewsJiasbeen received bv relatives Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., vounc men in Richmond. tobacco all handlers and v win next Wednesday M aoBuwe in n short while all but five were dead. mitud Pridav morning on the charge of ingKentucky to reportbuyers of Commis most nonular Senator McCreary's can to a buyer for an Eastern house. He- here ot tho death of Mrs. Dr. Patton ot He was during to the in body l 100 head, and it was an extra had about oucliout the week. Every Thi ETohlh District Publishers' Lea murdering his wife. Tho electrocution sioner in a sworn statoment.the amount vass for office, his chlof lieutenant, and good lot, though not of extra size. Huntsville, Ala., several days ago, of a V . '.son county Should attend. at 7:30 at Richmond, a. of tobacco on hand by said person.agent did valiant service for the entire state averaging about 1 400 pounds. Price Tubercular trouble. Mrs. Patton will gue Win hOIU US regular quarienj took place bo remembered as Miss Carlisle Walker. The biggest ihtog ef fee season will mooting on Inaueuration Day, Tuesday, Beattie made a full confession on Thurs or corporation. Said Commissioner to ticket during tho campaign. Mr. 7c tho best Drico wo have heard of the youngest daughter of Col. J. Stone I vuitad off next Wednesday. Thars Dec 12, at Frankfort. ministers. Eyery member day to his issue a statement from his office at the Smith's friends, not only in Madison but lately. Walker, formerly of this city, now of It's the of the association Is urgently requested ia. Friday and Saturday. close or each month. The bill is similar throughout the state, will bo pleased to Service. atElks Memorial Mrs. Patton was a lovely Louisville. l uulirx show and every body sWouW Horses and Mules Valued. m ho nrwtRnt nn this occasion, as lm- to tho ono offered by Mr. Cantrill in know of his selection as secretary to the Figures made known Wednesday by young woman and was a favorite of all Mrs. Smith, who is one of The annual memorial service of the Congress last ycai Govornor. is to be transacted. portant business uinhmnnd Lodueof Elks will be held the most active club women in tho state, tho f!nni!i P.itrii shnw Ihft value of who knew her. She was about 30 years hief of PoBee Jetf Ehrfn, of Paris. diaries Rose, a Clark county farmer, next Sunday afternoon 3 o'clock at the Poultry Show Next Week. will be greatly misled from social and Kentucky horses and mules to bo 871, of age and besides her husband leaves incidentally aht himself ia the leg Shorthorn steer Pirt.Prsbvterian church. I he address .i urdav. while examinlRg hk revolver. bought a The Madison County Poultry Show club sireles in this city, whero sho has 074.20. Iowa leads in value of draft one little girl to mourn her loss. oy 111 v. nn-rVn1nnrinv Fhiirsilav. loni? beon one of our nonular matrons, animals, while Texas leads all other Tt.e wound ie severe, but set oewlder-- that welshed 2.100 pounds ana measur on this occasion will be delivered Colonel Walton Captures He paid 5 M. Benton, who is well known Fridav and" Saturday, ahd prospect are All will rogrou however, that this com States in tho number and value of its height. ed 10 hands in e. fatal. It was shipped to nvfirv ono-i- - this county. A .suiiauie very brilliant for a most successful munity will have to surrender to tho mules. cents per pound for.lt. Burglar. j ihchmoad oentiMMS to enlear a build the Cincinnati Stock Yards and is musical progwm has been arranged. meeting. Every' preparation has been citir.ens of Fmnkfort and commend to g ioom. There isn't a week passes to Colonel W. P. Walton, the veteran Killed said to have been the largest beef ever Tho public is cordially invited to at made at tho McKce's Skating Rink, them this popular und genial gentleman tu! what yon may Had dwewngs aaQ of the Carlos Garrett, formerly of this coun- - newspaper man and member-elec- t sent to that market. tend. where tho exhibition will be held, for and his family. I business houses going up over the van tv, was run down and killed by a freight General Council, of Lexington, Friday tho receDtion of tho many fowls that to give Conkey's Roup oity. To Madison. No trouble "us sections of the captured a burglar, who bad just made! Ladies $8.00 and $4.00 shoes, bargain Rev. Wyalt Goes will be exhibited here during the weelc Remedy. Just a pinch in drinking traia in liloomington, Illinois, baturday. Deceased was about fifty years of age. an attempt to enter his residence at 430 Ii is not sBrBftsiax that farmers counter price $1.00. Rev. William P. Wyatt. who has had The finest bred poultry in the country Uice & Aiwold. charge oj the Methodist churches at will bo brought to Riohmond to com water. The fowls take their own medl- and left White Hall last February for West Third street. Colonel Walton was should object to hunters costing upon cinfi. For sate ar Stockton's drug store. Bloomington. Hisremalns wore brought on his way home to lunch at 1 o clock, i heir farms. Seme of the latter would Grassy Lick and Camargo m yns ooun- pete for the many handsome prizes that If you begin your Christmas shopping tv for the past two years, has asked to have beon offered by the association, .to this city Monday and were taken to and iust as he neared his home he met i, hesitate to shoot a turkey or chicken Christmas Bazaar. nnw vou will be wise. The merchants bo transferredrand the Presiding Elder and our citizens, both in the city and Clay's Ferry, where tho interment took the burglar, who gave his name as John ii they could Mt rind a rabbit. Tho French Mission Cirolo of the have more time now than they will have has granted his request. A wife and four children sur Cooper, a negro,being pursued by mem place. He will here county, should sho .v their appreciation W. Broad-du- s wagon of Toe bers of his family who had frustrated later on. and vou will have the ad van after bo located In Hichmond, serving of the efforts of the officers ol the Jiaui Finn Presbyterian church will bold a vive. Christmas Bazaar, Doqembor 10. Place k Co.. is a beauty, And the good .t"i of a full stock from which to mako tho negro's attempt to rob the china I Hill, in Madison son Poultry Association to givo them a College 24-. . 4 I the church at 1 l will bo announced later. of it is feat built In this city your selection. Federal Court pantry. Colonel Walton called to the Any locai show, by a large daily attend county. He will be succeeded hero by by Mr. J. A. Moore, ifie well known and will be clad to take care of your pur Rev. P. C. Eversole of Richmond. Mt. ance. No'More Whistling. The Fedoral Court adjourned last negro to stop, and taking hold of him, f'Puhu- - Third stree', blacksmith chases uittll you want them. The docket was full and he held on while a member of the . Sterling Advocate. Engineers on tho' Louisville and Wodnesday. Don't overlook the Madison County A new hwentioabywhlotiautomobHis the Court was carried out, as usual, familyVtelephoned to police hcadquar-- l ., T.j . . Pmiltrv Show which begins nest Wcd- - Naihvillo railroad have been instructed ..t,. And now they say the. hobble skirt is i can be started without o ranking ana Dy Dig Keauy uaai. with dispatch and with an earnestness ibis. &uu U Uiiiruimau was seuu iu laiku nesday, Dec. 0, 7, 8 and 9. not to sound the whistles ol their bv the balloon noop M.S. Overton and M. B the negro into custody. which beadliehis caa be Wrned on with tn he succeeded bndness. t0 James B. Camp, proprietor of a chain me corporate ....-- . enKines-wiin.will skirt. Only think of M And a gooa " Auto Accident ' convicted for manufacturing iheeoeeef an oleotrlc push-hut"TtthmArTtl nvont tn rnll in tna flnmnn I are only of d:iirv lunch restaurants, yesterday concrete--walk- s selling whiskey without license. Russell Winkler Arrested y insulted in practically aH of the 1012 manv of our and "i, building at 422 fellow purchased tho four-storThe Lesington Herald gives the fol- mu. .I.,' . four "or five feet wide. When Unto this time.. their sentence has not machine. Charge of Forgery. street, immediately ad lowing account of an automobile accinew hoop skirts it West Jefferson meets one of the joining on the east the main dfflces of dent in which two of Richmond's young pwanity goes on uspatd county simply mean lake to the mud for his The The Winchester News contains the Four men were convicted o selling following notice concerning a young BIRTHS. the Cumberland Telephone fip Teiegrapn men figurod: Taxpayers sliould also Flemlngsburg Democrat. taxes Dec 1. . i, lauorwimoumcense, iney are; usan- - man formerlv of this city. Winkler is iu tot i Company. Mr. Camp aoqulred the pro- bear in nlMi that the last day of Aov "What came near proving a fatal ac of Brutus J. Clay, cident terminated In a good scare and n parents of u handsome" son, born Thurs- - derReed, whCreceived a sentence or a son of Sid Winkler of Richmond: nber, the Ptl). (Thantogiving Day) is Postmaster Wallace has heon notified party of the children The deal was con- - shftko-u- n Thursday when the automo day morning. The young, gentleman one year and one day; Alfred Condell, Rusell Winkler, wanted on a charge of a leeal holiday aftd fee ShenfTs otlice that tho PostofDce Departmental With of Richmond, Ky. . ono year ond one day; William Turpin, II- p.i agonoy of will he closed on tliat day. forgery, has been located at Clyde, bile of D. O. Wiggins skidded into-- telo ui-inirton has decided to Issue 4 special snmmatod through the I two years; Ane r lannery, one year auu Ohio, after a diligent, country-wid- e Meyer and John Boyd Kennedy, phone post, tearing off two of the wheels on regis lianvE. respeetod old col registration stamp lo bo used Suother Ohetiault.a Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Faris are being lone day representing the purchaser, and tho nnd throwing the occupants to tne search extending over a period of nearlettors, so they can qe oasuy " v ored man of White Hall- - locality, died' tored Tho Fidelity Trust Company, representing around with force. Tho machine was jioarlily congratulated over the arrival Infants, children and Misses" shoes on ly two months. Chief of Police Wood by the mall clerks. to old Sundav of Infirmities incident Arnold son McCord has applied to Governor be oblong in sBape, of the former owners. The consideration driven by June Wiggins, while the other latt Tuesday at tneir nome oi a nano- the Bargain Counter Uice age. Uo was elghtyofle years old and new stamp will Willson for requisition papers and will oxtended involved, was said to have been around occupants wero Messrs. Claude K. Kirmn arm. who has been named for his eaglo with was liked by all who ktiew aim, ootn light blue, with an Farmers' Union. manager ef tho pdpular father, A. B. Faris, Jr. leave Sunday or Monday to return with CniWnf Torino-ton- . pictured on It. The new stamp $15,000, although the actual-amou- nt wines white and bkok. Saturday last. P.. L. Bwmett, of Pa- - the accused man for trial. Winkler was notrdisclosed. Courier-Journa- l. Insurance Company, Henry Clay Fire will go on ale December I. Sheep Quarantine To Be ducah, made a speech nt the court came to this city on October 11th, and The Jarmers of Madison county e ,1 us ' " nrAfr At once for and Robert Burnam, Jr., of Richmond UtUU ue K.aiseu. house In this city in advocacy of the cashed two checks on the Citizens Aonid make use of the hog cholera It is enough to make one tirod to lis Thanksgiving turkey, celery, oysters.ctc They were makijg a business trip to tho National BaDk of Richmond. They varv frrnUfvin" to the i Farmers Union, unere was present i.. ...in . .- , sfrruco flint is helm? distributed free by ten to tbXcontinued talk by those who . .tai r country C. Culton. j0 2t. ifi,,ii rrrmvuM Aom n. ..... tn knmv I verv. fair crowd, and Mr. Harnett spoke were for $5 each, made payable, to himtbe State University, Lexington. Write have nevecid&ne anything to maue Ken.Ul.uinvi. wvum.j .i it tucky whaftk'e Is, as to what Kentuoky far rmrilr.ulars in the University. that Federal Inspector A. J:. Payno 'in- - with the clearness and point mat CBar-- self and signed with the same of H. O. may save you many thousands of dol Is and what Kentucky needs to piace .t irrniMinbv T.iwn Stock Ran i acterizos a..man who has held, an otfico James, of Richmond. Oae cheek was . , j v, .. ...t. i. itirv Board that he had -- recommended in the nrotnernoou. ais speecn, inougu cashed by G. M . fawwy aad the other her in the front rank of States. Kentile raising of the quarantine on Ken ronlete with doctrines pertinent to the by Martin and ThnM. Wbea th already in the front rank: sheMerchVats report business .picking up tnnltv is tiicltv stieop by April 1st. Tho qusr- order, Bnd we fully vouch for the truth signature was found not to be genuine. trade is has always been there, and Uie nocner in all lines. . The in Kentucky should move khtlne was put on on account of the fulness and tho good he says will neces mr. Ramsey swsn oat & mrrut noticeably on the increase. The schools who don't like until. lyyw iiavalancc of scabies. Dr Payne skid sarily accrue from its adoption. Ha arretof Winkler, ,1S providing a grea factor put. Carlisle Mercury,. of Rteliraeod ilnf all rnnnLies except a lew: this claims tn&r mucn gooa winfcT. uenu ine . I a.o tkia in the continued increase of populations mAn.AM ase BUt amateur night, Thursday. ,ws finally located. WiskMnUs swwl disease had nearly disappeared alag-Families are moving to prize for the women. f!irmer's friend, and wti are nx5oa of the oity.' eyte term In th pnilwtiafy e a this, city regularly that they may give . . . -. IVAlAAAfl lit harxe. i tk irt Ball Band Rubber boots and Arcllcs, iu ht be sumpeu ijui y nuru 4. their children the benefits of the excel 'I the best msde. llice & Arnold. lent school system here. Stray 5teer. tog them." Mrs. Isabell Isaacs died Sunday eve sing at her homo on the Four Mile road aflor a protracted illness of tuberculosis. - Covin on and Banks SPECIAL. PICTURES Wednesday Night George of England' The Coronation of and The Minute Thursday Niglit and 'Father and 5on' The Right of CLOTHING VAULES are mighty hard to judge, and for that reason 3'ou'll find it safest to trade in a store that has but one price , S4-2- Opera House DON'T MISS TIIE BIG SHOW A.T THE Wednesday and Thursday and the Thanksgiving Matinee : Big : Thanksgiving : Matinee Thursday 3 P. M. Amatuer's Thursday Night Gash Prize for the Best One lfi. Sa ie . a 10 Cents AND EDDIE FOX, SINGING' AND DANCING COMEDIAN THE BIG ACT (Trio) T.J. 5mith c00.t0j I Con-glet- fbaturb INGALLS - DUFFY - INGALLS . ! i Cents u- . Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as TitiiK-scivjai- o -- ' -- three-year-o- ld t 3-- 4 . by-Trai- taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for Countv Attorney will give the best service for thej monev Daid him. It is a business DroDOsitioni j r strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE BLST? If that of anv other is better than mine vote j for him. If mine is best vote for me and I rill appreciate it. J. J. GRLLNLEAr. 4 m -- TRY IT AT OUR RISK W " two-hor- lrt it-w- momi! 2t first-clas- s Shampoo Pate. We want you to try Re sail as advertised in the Saturday EveniBg Post. If it docs not satisfy voa. noma baok to us and get your money, it belongs to yea and we want yaa to have it. You didn't premise or sigH anything. Vor MERE WORD IS ENOUGH. m n . ReaJll ,f93r? Shampoo Paste r.il removes and prevents dandruff, increases head H is escomfort, promotes hair health and boauty. pecially pleasing to ladies because it tends te make the hair soft, silky, and fluffy and k esy to use. a 1 rf.t Price 25c a Jar. Rexall "93" Shampoo Paste Is 5oId in This City Only at the REXALL 5tore. You cannot buy it at any other store ia this city. Remember wo guarantee- Rexaty" 66" Sham- This same poo Pasta to give entire satisfaction. guarantee applies to all the many other Rexall preparations. You risk no money by trying it. - ' -- t -- itv 1 1 - n ht fy rr West Main "W PERRY Phooe . . 75 -- 1 ffy both lose moms' whvs you deta't IP NO SMOKE At the cni NO SOOT ot t icmop's o with -- NO DIRT of t cditl, EVERYTHING ONSU MED will be tio oot in the pifx or flue, thfc PERFECTION THE ZENITH OF STOVE leg bottom and base 'with Jul! only jointless The 'I'm ht radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or. has ever been made in the history of the stove industry. The jointless leg bottom -and. base makes athe stove . . ! air-tigbelow the grate, which urine oniy true nre ' 'keeninjr principle. It will be as good a fire keeper tentyyears hence . V k$ as it is today. wfll?hat twiqe The Hot Blast Airtight Florence ' the space that can be heated by. any '.other stove on " the cost. earth at one-hal- f The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever been made. AU 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., K -- m - If is operated according to directions: The No 21 wjll the Florence is lum-coa- l. heat 1 small room aM winter with two tons of slack or 3-- The No. 49 er No. 24 wilflieat 2 or 8 small rooms all winter with 2 4 tons of slack r lump seal. The Ne. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all wintor with 2 tens of slack or lump ooaL The Ne. , SX er No. 27 vriN heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump The No. 455 wHi heat a large stre ersoheel seem wMh C tons of slack or lump aeai. For a oh u rah", less coal wiH be required. 4 WW hwn a ten less of hard osal tfcaa a kard aeal base burner of the same sfee aaa1 heat twice the space. for sale nr f DOUGLAS, 5IMMON5 & DEATH LRAGL The 2nd Street Hardware Store . Xew life has been imparted to the tobacco grower in Kentucky since th Mr Farmer. Jiace your Home as modem lor your lamily as a city election of James B. McCreary for Govand place yourself in a position to cet the latest market anotations at growers have trie promise ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, wl'en Havimr sold mv farm.. I will.at nublic . yea and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben- auction, without reserve, on of the Governor elpct that ho wjll- - help efits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct 'o headquarter J 1 1 , them right tho wrongs dona thpm. Mc Nsfihville. TVnnessw. for information nxrardinn nnr eneoisl 'Turmo" I in a letter to the tobacco grower Mr. rate If present yon are not enjoying telephone Rural Telephones TELEPHONE pubHC Sale A.' Household Medicinal That, stops coughs quickly and (litres colds is Foley's Honey and Tar Mrs AnnaiPelzer, 2520 Jflfer-so- n Ordinary Cathartics and Pills SU, So. Omaha, 2feb., says; "I and Harsh Physic Cause can recommend Fololy's Honoy land a sure Jar Compound as cured mycure for Distressing Compiaints. daughcoughs and colds. It ter of a bad cold'and my neighbor, Mrs. Benson, cured herself and her whole You cannot beovercarefuljin the family with Foley's Honey and'Tar ot medicine for children. Only the - uompouna. cvoryona in our neigiioor- very eentlest bowel medicine shouldever Jiood speaks highly or it, tor n.ignt , be given, except In emergency cases. coughing-- dryness and tickling in the and Ordinary pUls,catbartics and purgative throat, hoarseness and all coughs' Comcolds, takeFoloy's Honoy and Tar are apt to do more barm than good. pound. ' Containes no opiates. Always They may cause griping, nausea and in' a yellow package. For Sal) by that are Stockton & Son. other distressing after-effecfrequently When in need ot iliacksmjlhinfc in Wo personally recommend and guarany of its branches,' Farming lnjple-menfind antee Rexall Orderlies as the safest Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, most dependable remedy, which wo Robber tires &c,gct prices from K. E. know, for 'constipation and associate Miller, TJulon City, Ky. f. bowel disorders. Wo have such absoluto pr this remedy, that Those who have not paid the!; Jnjcos faith In the virtues will hp called upon to pay H penally of we sell il on our guarantee of money ten per cent. This is law and if you back in every Instance where jt fails to overlooked the mattdr blame yourself give entire satisfaction, and we urge all and not the colleotor. Yesterday was in need of such medlcino to try it at our the lust day of grace. risk. Taxes Due. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like Your taxes for tho year 1011 are now prompt and candy, are particularly Come agreeable in action, may be taken at any in my hands for collection, Inearly and avoid the rush, as well as timo, day orpightj do pot cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, saving the penalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. SherifT. or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but positive aotion upon the organs with which they come in The Right Kidney Medicine. J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St.. Ft. contact, apparently acting as a regulaArk., sju's that ho had tive tonic upon the relaxed muscular Smith, kinds offkidnoy medicino.taken many but coat of the bowel, thus overcoming did not get better until he took Foley weakness, and aiding to restore the Kidney Pill's. No matter how long bowels to more vigorous and healthy you have hai kidney trouble, nor at what stage of the disease your case activity. may be, you will find quick and perRexall Orderlies commonly complete- manent benefit by the use of Foley ly relieve constipation, except of course Kidney Pills. They also regulate the when of a surgical character. They also action of the urinary organs. Start taking them now. For f ale by Stockton tend to overcome the necessity ot con- & Son. stantly taking laxatives to keep the bowels in normal condition, Three sizes Money to Loan on Goad Farm of packages, 10 cents, 25 cents, and 50c. Lands. Remember, you can obtain Rexall RemThe Northwestern Mutual Life Inedies in Richmond only at our store surance Co., will loan money at (5 per Tho Rexall Sforp H. fc. Perry's Drug cent interest on good improved farm tauog on aiqfip'p, Store. Apply to J. C. QhenauH, Atty. tf Richmond, Ky. Help, To sk His Chfldpen Injured (jom-poun- d. FOJ? SHKRIKP Wenre outlier! ked to nnnouncc EWfER DEATIIK RAG , candidate for Sheriff Of Mndleon count 'subject tu tlie actfdn of uuieociutic pan; We are nuthoiliert to announce JOHlfE. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheritf of county, subject to the action of jthe MaU-irioti 'SSSJSSffeBig Prices For farm town lots or any thieg elsean the Real Estate line. Any Business intrusted, to him will be- - promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services arenneed- , r. Hides t -- "We ts health-destroyin- ts Ve are authorized to announce Jf. II. JONES ncandidate forShertff of Madison county, ("abject to the action of thc JJcnio- cratic party. , We nre Authorized to announce II. II COLYKK n, candidate for Shexlffpf Madi-Kocount-subject to the uction of the democratic party. Wenre hereby authorized to n nn mince VAN B. BBNTOX o candidate for Sheila" county. euDjeet to .the action ot of the Jicniocrytic party. "Ve are authorized lo announce Jacob S. Collins a candldato for Shorilf of Madison county,' subject to the action of the Democratic party. n iseinocruuc' pari. have enlarged our warehouse and can a- -, die all the Tallow, Wool. Rags, Bones, (, senpf and Feathers that you bring. Rem z . ber we pay the highest prices. "We buy Htdf s Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap ir. n. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR Sale, THE ;i-- ed. Test Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and anv few. r ' mics We represent iron bound rtepairs ior an tanas oir lYiacnutery. i tt i j re Insurance Companies member this. t-t $10 Reward, t-- pnrty. We arc authorized to announce O. P. Jackson as a candidate tor to the office of County Attorney of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Domocratic party. -- FOR CO0JCTY ATTORNEY W'c are authorized to announce S. A. I) Jones us a candidate for County Attorney or Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, We nre authorized to announce K. IT. CROOKE n candidate for County Attorney subject tn the actlpu of the Democratic - SCHOOL SUPERINTENDEXoe J The readers of this ruper wlU dleittd to learn thtt there Is at ieul one dreaded dleue tbat kclenee hf been able to core In all lu Maces, and that i Catarrh. IlaU'a Catarrh Cora Is the only poaltlre tare now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belnir s eonstltnttana! disease, reqntrei a constitutional treatment. llaU's Catarrh Cure la taken lntfrnallj, actlnr directly upon the blood and mncons snrfaeea ot the irstrm. therrhj destroxlns the foundation of the dbease, and slrinjr the patient atrength by tiUlldtn np the eootttutloa and assisting nature in (lolnjr Its work. The proprietors bare so ranch faith In Its enn tiro powers, that they offer One Ilaiidml DoOars for any case that it falls to cure. Send fet- - Hat of testimonial. Address I. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0. Sold bjr all Druggists, T5c. Take Hall's Fanllj- - PiU for comtlpaUon. $M be M. WIDE8 Phone 363 T RICHMOND KENTUCK Corset r"7Tl -- i- 8-- tf A Wenre nutliorued to announce-BEXNIX F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. Derintendentof Public Schools of Madlsou county, subject to the action of the DemoSpecialist cratic party. In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Weare!nuthorized to announce Win. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent ol and Til 110 AT Public Schools of Madison County, sub Oldham Bldg. Richmond. Ky ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorizeHp. announce Prof. Harvey II. Brock a oundidato for Superintendent of Publio Schools, subject to the aotion or the Democratic party. Dr. M. Dunn Suit Gossard Corsets Sui nl fectly Fitted JESSE COBB, e0' Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe: and mav be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate woman or the youngest child. The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding dltrostlnr, nnH fnr rnrrlllatinrr FoYsale oy atocfetpn ft. gion. FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorial to announce Clyde Raybuiu a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo nre authorized to announco Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailor of JIadison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized tonnnounceGEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action ol the Democratic part y. We are authorized to announce W. F. JARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of to tne action ofjne bemratic party.1 General Auctioneering. services Reasonable. PHONE. 83. or 481. Naxol and Victor and Coats iviaue 10 "special ur( He L PATRICK Lick, Kentucky a Specialty. fit and mat !, anteed. Call and se( and stvle books. Stj-le- , DENTIST Mrs". 2"2'j Paint J. L Moores II Second ireet Crown, Rridgo and Inlay work Office in Bank Building. TQ INSURE YOUR HOUSE.WITH D. R. Fr eeman IfflT' Mf at service, we can immediate' aBterestyoa, uar lines cover me states ot Kentuckv. Tennessee, Missieeipp Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Saturday, Dec. 2nd, at AST TENNESSEE CO., Incorporated Gifts for All Occasions is no establishment in the United States better able to meet your requirements in exclusive selections of Diamonds in unique and distinctive settings: Sterling Silverware wrought by experienced artisans; Gold Jewelry of refined and artistic character; Sheffield Silverware of hard metal with Toiletware 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 quartets after the peals of Whittington and Westminster; in fact, with the choicest in jewelry, and s3versniithing at moderate prices. A Catalog of Hall and Mantel gold-smithi- There Creary promised to aid tho tobacco growors in every way to pass such legis lation as will be necessary to protect them and enforce the law against the Toba'ccp Trust. With this promise direct from flip Governor there will be savoral measures drawn up and submit 4 cows, ted to him before the Legislature meet 1 voarhmr sterr. e wagon with with the request that he submit the one 1 nearly new harness, he thinks best to the Legislature along 1 nearly new spring wagon. With his message; unless something is 1 old buggy with' harness. Cider mill, 2 jard kettles, ice 'hooks, done to aid the grower the tobacco crop set drills, corn sheller. cutting box.com- - will be greatly rpduped n acreage in bination iron safe, plows, eenrsf tools, Ar Mr. Mc steelyards, and numerous other articles. this State next season, Creary has statod since his election that Terms: Cash. he would endeavor to carry out his cam BRUTUS J. CLAY. paign pledges, much is expected from t Lone Tom Chenault. Auctioneer. him in assistance from the tobacco " growers. Bourbon Npws. 10 o'clock a. m. sell tho following property: 1 three-yea- r old broke mare mule, 1 yearling mare mule, 25 Shoats, i) Brood sows with 7 pigs, 1 red boar hog, two-hors22-3- Clocks only is issued, as assortments 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 in Cincinnati wiH be appreciated. b Tliro is little danger from a cold Square Decker Bros., piano, in good from an attack of tho crip except when condition. Apply at followed by pneumonia, and this never 15-t- f Climax Office. happens wnen cnamDonains uongn . Every Remedy is used, This remedy has won Ricci's ice oream is delicious-one talks abput it. Any'flavor mado I Its great roputation and extensive saio cures or. colds and if oy us remarKaoio -- nll-J w.Uw. ...... ,ir.nr,i nmmniiv. ...it I. tm ,;nanJ., .1 U LU. Vt. nihil 1411 "My child was burned terribly about plicit coniidence. For sale by Stockton the face, neck and chest. I applied'! bon. ur. Thomas' biectric uii. xne pain p,.r ,t Aiim,n Lt'aacuiiuu iuu itiuiu Daun. tutu a i wnui j . i- igg , s. 12-- tf sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Ham-- 1 burg, N. Y. For 5ale Cheap. FQR COUNTY CLERK We a authorized to announce LaRueC. THAN TO WAIT .UNTIL IT House a candidate for County Cleric f BURNS' AND WISH .'lauison county subject to tne action xii os. a. aneuon, ageni for uursi Democratic party YOU HAD Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone FOR CITY ATTOUXpY 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky Wo are authorized to announce 3IUR RAY SM1TII a candidate for City At medicine so cood for whoonids couch as wrnoy pi tticnmona, suojeci ip,uicaciion Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes 01 1,10 democratic party. SURVEYOR v e aro autnonsou to announce D. it Airs, t raqcis Turptn, Junction, City Oro. This reaiedy Is also unsufDased I CIIENAUIjT a candidate for City At for colds and croup. For sale by Stock I totney, subject to the action of the Dom- - solicago of those its patron neoding spr- s oi a compoiearman. ton & son. ocratic. party. Address, FOR POLICE JUDGE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field We arc authorized to announoo J. D. soeus at attractive prices, see us Dykes for Polioe Judgo of Richmond, before buying, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Arnold Simmons. tf partv. We are authorized to announce W. L. Don t use harsh physics. Tho re action weakens the, bowels, leads to Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, chronic constipation. Get Doan's Re subject to the action of the Democratic gulots. They; operate easily, tone tho party siumacu, cure consupanon. Come to Qwen MoKee. Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and wliy not you. Becauso dollar for dollar wc do tf I not believe there is anything else l,o hn,..l. AT ONCE BLACK POWDER H. e, DOTY, vn.-B- LaJ aB!j$& I pBWpk pjgjffi evcn Pattern gives good penetrations and .3 reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such aloaL next time you buy, insist upon having then:. THE RED W BRAND e '' i Tudiciously Spent Money is That Put Into Homes enn mai orings tne same pleasure as a home. And again, vu Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness " 1 writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was ana nad to give up. We had three aimost doctors. AH the time, I was getting worse. I had bad 1 spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleei, and joke, as well as anybody. IiUJ weeks, jf was well. -- I had been an invalid for 5 weary years I Gardui relieved .me, when everything else faffed." nea-naae- n, - Just In Time trr,n T. SuVertmitbs Jewelers Goldsmiths Having decided to discontinue house Keeping, I wisn to rent my dwelling on becond street. House is in good repair, I also have for sale Al Jersey milch cow. f Apply to T. J. Moberlv. 13-t- iuiieiiu The Frank Herschede Co. Herschede Banding, Fourth Avenue, East, Cincinnati, Ohio nr m3l-- n Z:SS ": r cvclone Dan Breck. fire, liirhtnimr. and live stock. : tf R.Vri WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ftplir.iniiK vn,,r hrirlf mannw. ro,m in fh,l ff FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DA.IL.Y VIA A..r u;- .- r, -- -i- ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FUU PAET1CDUBS. CAIL OK ANT TICKET AGENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, a C KINO. Ptaaenra- aJ Ticket - os tram Aceot, 101 E. Main St.. LEXINOTON. KY. Carriages, Buggies and Yehioles of all a painter oi long ex- Stomarh n;ricui;a iiuu wiiu unuersiauus ins r o rt ,10 Inn. ao nnnittlant hllcinA.. ?.U TillT with first class work. OIvr mn a trial. Clirn III AT. hcar?tilof th? overnight HCold f I oniric n tho nn A Uorse shoe in ir, Blacksmithlnj; and land chnst nut nf httclnnc haftroAn ert set and daybreak! repairing in all branches. Here il is. Cut it out and save it if 12-t- f James A Moores you don t need it now. If you have a cold, cough, throat soreness or acute For Rent catarrh, be sure and try it just Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in oeiore going to bed. Four a scant of HYOMEI (pronounce it good repair and in good neighborbood.High-o-minto a bowel of boiling Appiy to Miss Lee Prather at W. D. Oldham & water, cover head and bowl with a towel 15-t-f and breathe for several minutes the Co'. I vapor that arises, then tro to sleen and i? ire, L.tte, Accident and Health Insur a wnn,a neaa tree mucus. , , , . Tivnifpr : ciear iiueraiiieeu r caiarrn. lor ii i nnf Th.r.n' h.,i. ,1 I wuiuo, uvuus, uuuu, iuiiiuituBure (iiroai Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. and bronchitis, or money back. . Bottle or oo cents at it. L. Middelton anu aruggistsr everywhere. T 1 ht 1 iis-om- ns! Atmyshoponlhird bt. I am . pre- j. i In nnint nnH lrim A,inmnhllM n, Don't wait too late. Be sure to bo in time. ' Just in time with kidney ills Means curing tho back No Use Kicking. Brother. Bjfore bapkachp becomes chronic; accessor to Huron & Dennr It so happens that about the time we uefora serious urinary troubles sets have liquidated for the Thanksirivinj: Orer State Bant &. Trnst. Company Doan's Kidney Pills will do this turkey with cranberry icinc "Sweetie" TELEPHONE 286 Here Is testimony to Drove IL comes tripping merrily hither with her Mrs. Mary Hinson, 21 Strother St.. Chickens! hickens!! tantalizing cheeks and goo-goeyes and Mt. faterllng, Ky says: "I Believe down we go again, eleven dol'ars and that if I had not used Doan's Kidney We have a few more Barred Plymouth Pills. sixty cents, for an album, as a holiday health I would not hn li was very poor and two of our Rock Co'crels and Pullets for sale aUmenlent the tueem hence. best physicians said that I had dropsy Now is the time to get your Pullets for lno language of sacred posey, "life is ouu wiu uuk ejpccno recover. Xn0V winter P!T(s Our Pnllot.! nt o 00 frflVn m A ft VAnr tn Trnna m f ...i I at five months old. Wo have ThomoJ just one d n thing after another.;' u fate. vZSCtA-- Z. niuuoj acioiiuu) were un-- 1 "'B"' xicnwu. sn strain. natural and my body bloated, r nervous and suiTered soverolv from A. D. and C. D. 3IXU.EK, headaches ond dizzv snails. Hnrim. loo.,r Vanish Richmond, Ky u!-- i. 1', mv eves. 1; niuiii suuis uoaieu oeiore o grasp sometning for suP: nauw -. anH iwjmg muu DretnA wru weak and I HO iiv, CIIOIIVIC 1 1CU1UU- - TU. I could my oaca was aiso very my shoes,! Ladies and gntlcmensclothin 10 clean not stoop to button in fact, I could hardely cet around, r! ,.i n Doesn l Upset the - p:., .! Some Richmond People May wan nil us iuu Late. R. Pennington Dentist. buili vin.. Oillce next door to Government ing Richmond, Ky. Re Emmett Million DENTIST o '". Colds ' 1 MtU,i rinin6 -- investing ngoi nere in your home community you are dealing in values you understand and with people you know; hence th3 risk of loss is completely eliminated. What you dont.know about lumber we arehere to tell you and wo may bo able to help you avoid many of the mistakes that aro frequently mado in the selection of lumber unsuited for different purposes. Some lumber is O. K. for outside uses and not worth a cent for interior finish, and vice versa. We know just what is best for most purposes and have it in stock to show you. Drop In and let's talk It over TAKE The Woman'sTonie If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Adtfjor Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. ChafUaooru Tenn . for r.WffttoL.!f1Ies' and Instructions, booic " Home Treatment tor Womejent free. je -7 given in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills mat 1 aeciaea 10 irv tnem anil nrnnnrmi i a box. They cave mo nromnt rellnf j. couunuea teatng mem until wass in good health. I havo but little trouble from my kidneys now.V k-V6.,- r solted. o- - "p prt ror n Work is of "There's No Place Like Dome." mi wuw Ill Betsy's Pointers ds ."rawcems, Remember thn take no other. Dwelling on tho Summit; also, three Todd-Edwarnice rooms over stnrn nn Ronnnn (rot 21-- tf Kent XlianRful The pilgrims gave thanks despite their woes, What with Indian foes, and all the deep snows They'd have been twice as thankful, you may suppose If they had known or SOHLOSS BROS. CLOTHES. "" Tax Case- Decided. - Kran' Berry Socco. Worst Is Yet to Come Judge Benton has filed his decision in a suit against Berea College, one of the State Revenue agents had filed suit against the college, asking that certain properties of the college, such as the water plant, store, printing office, laun dry, and hotel, all operated by the col lege, should be forced to pay taxes. The college contended that they were exempt under the law, and this view was upheld by Judge Benton, in accordance with the decision of the Court of Ap peals in case against the Mid way school some years ago. and For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece oi nanei wjtn Chamberlains ". F.intmnnt n.1 uiim :. uu over . i il. I """"" n ino sea' c of pain. There is nothlmr better. For For oale. sale by Stockton & Son. Pure-bre- d Bourbon Red Turkevs: No. vember delivery. W. W. Bmndd n. i,.v . A. D. & Miller. facilities fdr stQrago. Bring in your 25-t- f Richmond, Ky. nuvai. vir see W. w. Broaddus &. Co. for oil uive eczema, ucii or salt nieum sets au uear 1118 loucn 01 Kinus 01 storage jyu , uud.11 s uinimeni cures vium4ug. the most obstinare cases. Why suffer. A Mail Carrier's Load. All druggist sell- - it.- seems neavtor when ho has a weak back and Kidney trouble. Fred Dueh Turkeys for Sale. ren, Mall Carrier at Atchison, Kas I have for sale a few chninn Rnnrimn t navo baen bothered with Red Turkevs and Uhodn TlnH dh says: unicKens.T, xeiepnone 250. five rirnrs. - kidney and bladder trouble and had r c severe pain across my back. Whenever in. r. juiLiiEK, it. . Us no. r 1 carried a Heavy load of mall, my Richmond, Ky, kid uey uuuuiu increased. nnmA rimn irvn Old corn 84.25 per bbl. by tho load. I started takinp Foleys kidnev Pills sence taking ihem I have gotten on- send your order to uruij- - nu 01 an my Kiuney trouble am Arnold fc Simmons. tf 1 am as sound now as avr " Can't look well, eat well or ff1 wnii Kidney Pills are tonic In action and ouick in resuus. Try them. For snin WIM impure OlOOd lefidinir vniir hnAi son. Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood jyoiocKion tuners. t,at simply, take exercise, Dan Breek. fire. Iisrhtninir noci uieuu anu you win nave long lite. auu iivo siuck insurance. tf Lumber Co. avrotLan with, good sense but w uJ "I have never seen C. C. Sale & Co. Are tHe largest ord er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, Iambs, and calves at the Cin cinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to them and receive' the highest market all-around ; . 05-D- nn. beauty enough to make fie highly agf eeable. If y u wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just dr p in among the customers at 2-- tf prices. Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone 62 Opera House Building W. To S. Norris. 1 if-- Cattle Dealers cattle call on or placo your orders with n A Rare Beauty tion of jewels is, and their rich ;oior and brilliancy and uni que and exquisite netting tnake'-tb- em fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that js new and novel in pins, nngs, ear screws and drops every gem in cur line collec- Fr grazing or feeding Pinnell-McMulIe- Bad Winter Is Ahead of Us. nave everything to wear when you go for your annual attack upon that Thanksgiving Rothes we sell you are noteworthy for Cloth, Fit and Workmanship. AiT around Belts for the man, and we give one with a suit, too. You will nnd the subtest styles for the happy season in Shirts-w- ith style; new in ngiish silks, cross stripes and the plain tie for father. And suclv "Comfj'" scarfs GloVes, n imported Caps to add to J0Ur reasons to he ST fcfL Geland Sh0eS' HaWGS all-arou- If vou haven't been fitter! Dan 'I am pleased to recommend nimm. berlain's Cough Remedy as the best and live thing I know of and safest remedy for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble." writes Mrs. u. U; Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We have usod it reneatndlv and it has never failed in viva rniior For sale by Stockton & Son. S"ftnin?' "i JL. & N. Time Table . Live Stock Commission Co. Kansas City Stock Yards The Tables Turned.. It was time for baby girl to be in bed, but no a mount of coaxing could take her. At last father offered to lie on tho bed till she fell asleep. "pick-a-back,- By This Sign MMSJ mat you know you: Off she went If getting are tho weanUhe famous Queen Quality Shoes, and savs her feet alwavs look- ninp. nn nrin yours if you will come in and get a fitting for once and see the style, comfort, fit and wear of the greatest Shoe for women. Just one place in town you can buy them, too. .. A very snecial thinr. j e - iusfcnrtw ic tlia tt;v. rn uwu. ,uco :iu ucium winrer is gone. r-.ii Mrs. Leslie Carter r. 1 . tired mother leaned bacicin her chair with a sign of I content ready for a d rest. Ten minutes twonty half an hour and she was wondering when fathar would be down, when all at once she heard a soft, stealthy Nearer came the steps, and then, a little white-robe- d form with a tiny finger on her lip stood in the doorway. "Hush, hush, muvver," she said. s. "I'so got farverto sleepj " hard-earne"pit-a-pat." Tit-Bit- and the one prepau ration that: boutn Bound. a careful selection of what von 0. dl. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrivns will bo mado bv our W. O. Parlr iihn I nf. and Departs 12:05 a. m. Mid-ni"ill llllini;! r No. 71. Itichmond to Stanforti" r orders on this mark-et- . Please address f or parts 0:30 a. m. wuimuuigiiuuiis to . ... tfio. 1. irt)uisvuio to Ueattyvilla, W. Arrives 12:10 p. m. Doparts 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxviiin Kansas City Stock Yards Ar Cl rives ling a. m. Departs 12:12a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jankannvnio arrives and Doparts 11:20 a. m No. 27. Richmond to Loulsviltn vi-- i itowiand. Departs 1:00 p. m. No. 3. Louisville to Beattvvillo Dentist Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m Telephono 267 No. 0. Cincinnati & MavsvillA tn Office in Oldham Building lord. Arrives 71 p. m. Departs f XT. n. inoc . lUni low figure their T 1. 1 O. PARK' F. J. YEAGER Dr. Robt C Boggs BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most . complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order, dur stock of field seeds isthe best in the county. We guarantee them, Try--with.ap; order and you will always' be a cus " tomer. : . 1 : : : v: us "sr Ki-i- mains the tonic-food-medicihei and still re Standard ao. J4. Atlanta to Cincinnati. "XT" North Bound " .. : M Blanton,, ruaw -- 5 id Benajtl Hoi o, BE THANKFUL and remember that always the Merchandise is offered you by World's Best Dead Man.Coovicted. In Oklahoma John W. Sharp was sentenced t the penitentiary for killing la boy. whfte Chief ol Poll. II . .used and recommended! by the medical proles-- ' o me world over. Mo W. 22 1. OLDHAM CO. 5 tore I pealed the case and was shot fra ambush and killed. This week the) Court of Appeal affimed the verdiot of I the lower court ami ordered him sent to the penitentiary. lfr Emulmlon is the etnlodiment of ait'm jaaysviuo. Arrives 0:20 a. m. , Departs 0:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyville to Loulsvilln Arrives 7:15 a, m. Departs 720 a- - m ... XT as- - ijouisville to Itichmond no. .AI90C V via Aowiana. Arrives 12:05 p, nw No. 38. - Xnoxville to Cinoinnnf i ,u. tIvm"1:30 p. m: Departs 2:00p. ih. No: 70.r Stanford to Richmond-Arri- ve NS.4. Xo-22. . tlT n. iu. bunrord to Cincinnati and DENTIST I GRtENLEAF c HCRRtNGTON lawyers Office inJDouglas & Simmons' new Building on Second Street opp. Court House Si U iliXji.' V good health and! -- dements diat make UJ. for! For Thirty Years Richmond's Greatest Sosae folks are sobtay puttiag .sothing by for a rainy day that they little or no good out af pIMnt gt wthr. - Arrives l:35p. m. Depart'! t40 p. m Jacksoaville to Cincinnati, Ar-p, ). aim xmpsris Btlyvillo toLouivill ft' .t D. B. McKinn . IMtOOOMTS i Itf.w?1',37, daily Kjept No's 71. Sundny. ,27'H 1: '' a 1 tfn ' . '" ?osn Mt Mai. Buk Ahb.-Cs-. iin JtainStMHit. Telephone 35 eet