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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1911 Gov-crno- - - I rwMmmi HHh mm mm -- Amvm NUMBER 25 $H The Prison Commission. There never was a greater mistake made in Kentucky than when the Legislature took the appointment of the r. Prison Commissioners from the It was done for the purpose of preventing the Republican" party from controlling the patronage connected with the management of our penal in slilutions. It would have boon far better to have let the Republicans control the patronage than to have had the Prison Commissioners control tbo Legislature, which they have done since the law was changed. The Prison Commissioners have not violated any law in doing this. In truth, they have done nothing more than most men in their position would have done. We have nover yet known .men who had power over the acts of a legislative body that have not exercised that power. The present Prison Commissioners,- - so far as the management of our penitentiaries is concerned, have probably done it as well as if they had been appointed by the Governor instead of .being elected by the Legislature. The Democratic platform did not condemn in its platform the Prison Commissioners; it merely condemned the method of their eloction. As long as the Legislature names the Prison Commissioners' the men who hold these positions will seek-thave their friends elected to the Legislature and will use all the methods of modern politics to that end, including the promise of positions and other things which they control. This is not the bad part of the present law, but the evil effects that grow out of it. When they have helped to elect a majority of the Legislature they are in a position to influence the Legislature to pass or defeat measures that have nothing what- -o Foi Best "Kanawha See . Salf CRfflC4r Baking ApsoiuteJrare or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Think This Over This Olfer Should Gain The Confidence of the Most Skeptical. We pay- - for all the medicine used during the trial, if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation. Wo take all the risk. You are not ob ligated to us in any way whatever.lf you accept our offer. That's a mighty broad statement, but we mean every word of it. Could anything be mora fair for you? A most scientific, common-sens- o treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which are eaten like candy. Thoir active principlo is a recent scientic discovery that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless; very pronounced, gentle, and pleasant in action, and particularly agreeablo in every way. This ingredient does not cause diarrhoea, nausea,flatulonce,grip-ing- , or other inconvenience. Rexall Orderlies are particularly good for children, aged and delicate persons. If you suffer from chronic or habitual constipation, or tho associate or dependent chronic ailments, we urge you to Retry Rexall Orderlies at our risk. member you can get them in Richmond only at our store. 12 tablets, 10 cents. 30 tablets, 25 cents; 80 tablets. 50 cents. Sold only at our store.The Rexall Store. H. L. Perry Drug Store. Powder j THE STEARNS & FOSTER (JWfE ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) 1 ' fl mm 1 mr MATTRESS W gWWAtS INSIDETHEA m important to know 9 L. R. Blantoii Telephone 85 Where the finest biscuit, cake, crusts hot-bread- s, shows you WHATs:iHsmou4i)OHfiM have to LOOK AND uiTTnrrC YOU GET 11 Bll 11 1 II j3 RtAS9 THRtfSISMu MumpmmmfSmk IS HEALTHFUL "T a m iilxm Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods firm substantial, every-da- y foods, for all occasions. The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Alum No Unto Indiscrete Hunters. It is unfortunate for the Nimrods who find great sport in search of the game little bird of the stubble, the Bob White.that there are so many Indiscrete hunters who seem to have so little respect for the farmer whose lands they invade. A true sportsman and an experienced bird hunter will not injure stock or molest those things which are prized by the farmer and his wife, and. which are theirs by the "sweat of their brows" Since the opening of the game season many reports have reached the city that hunters have been guilty of shooting turkeys and other stock, and taking possession of articles not belonging to them. Such acts as these are not committed by real sportsmens but by irresponsible people who tako advantage of the opportunity to confiscate property belonging to others. The only recourse left to the farmer is to have warrants issued for those guilty'bf such acts and sce to it that they are punished as prescribed by law. With the Coming of Middle We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Phosphates Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make "An article that can- not be purchased, has a merit all tCs own." A photograph, a G00P photograph is the ideal.. Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come in and see what we have? It will cost you nothing and will be appreciated : : : : Thanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call Xmas gift. It cannot be duplicated, and as a mark of personal esteem is un rivaled; one gives portraits of oneself onty to one's friends. Make Your Appointment White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Now. Sfreet, below First HcGAUfiHEY ever to do with the management or control of the penal institutions. Their very power and influence secured by efforts put forward in the election of the Legislature, makes lobbyists of them, not corrupt lobbyists, but lobbyists just the same; who, by their personal influence, can secure the defeat or the passage of any law which meets their favor or disapproval. It has been ies exercised a number in a way the peoplo did nor approve It has come to pass that it is the Prison Commissioners making and defeating laws. It has given to them greater power over the law making body than the Governor, for he can only recommend and vote, while the .Prison Commissioners can command. The people of the State, regardless of politics, do not want this influence over legislation vested in the hands of the Prison Commissioners. It must be taken away from them so that the Legislature may be free to do at all times the will of those they represent. The News has no personal feeling against the present Prison Commissioners. As far as we know they have given the State a good record in the management of tho penitentiaries, and we repeat in exercising their influence upon the Legislature they have only done what most other men would have done, but we think the manner of their selection is absolutely wrong and hurtful, calculated to increaso the abuse rather than correct wrongs in the State, having an influenco upon' the Legislature never contemplated in our form of government. The Democratic party is pledged to change their manner of selection and a Democratic Legislature must carry out this behest of the party to merit the approval of the people Elizabethtown News. Wo wfsh to call your attention to the fact that most infectious diseases such as whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever are contracted when the child has? a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and greatly lessen the danger of contracting these diseases. This remedy is famous for its cures of colds. 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" Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the best Mattrets value ottered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show th cm Age. Thcro is a letting down in the physical forces often sliown in annoying and painful kidney and bladder ailments Foley Kidand urinary irregularities. ney Pills are splendid regulating and strengthening medicine at such a time. Try them. For sale by Stockton & Son. A positive guarantee on every Mattiets. A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. Stenographer. A yearling steer, weighing about 700 pounds, taken up by Fox and Hamilton. Miss Estella llicknell offers her serOwner can have samo by proving pro- vices as stenographer and typewriter to perty and paying for this advertisement all who may need work in that line. t. f and expense of keeping. Office with Judge Shackelford. 21-221-t- 5tray 5teer. Undertaking a Specialty OLDHAM & LACKEY Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 TV. S. 229 R. O. (. L. The HUSTLING CASH Lower arid- - Childrens 3 for SMrts, Ladies' ami Misses - Cloaks, Men's Suits and Overcoats. V Boys' and Youths' Clothing and Overcoats, Also Other Merchandise at the Right Price HAMILTON 1 ... .. The Louisvillo Times says tfierp be high old times politically promises to t -in the Eighth Congressional District, and they won't be long in coming cither. It is all over the race for the Democratic Itma of latere! Regarding Home- talk ami Olbara, A. WV CLEASOK. nomination for Congress, and to sum up s.l Notary Public. the situation briefly: Congressman Har IlaU'a. Cfitanb Cura I taken Internally and eiucom survey Helm, of Lincoln county, the En- acts dlreetlr uwm the blood and teatlmonlals, Mr. Z. T. Rice was in Garrard county or tbe itn. Send for cumbent, wants a primary called to face Monday. frc. r. J. CIIBNEX & CO.. Toledo. 0. Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minmake tho nomination, while his Sold br all Praeslita. 75c. Sec the dolls at Baptist Uaznar on there is one in nearly every Tate flail's Family Pills for constlpatlo. Saturday next. ute" as we constantly watoh the market county in tho district, desires a conven reMajor C-Longmire, of Frankfort, for new andworthj goods, and we tion. Tilcre-nr- e ten counties in Hie "Col. Dillion Celebrates. was in tais city Monday on business. spectfully invite your attention to our and it is said the District Com Miss Lelia ilarris visited friends in Col. W. R. Dillion whom everybody mittee, composed of tho Democratic line of Frankfort last Tuursdayand Friday. fw mmmBHKll MaIUV chairman of each county, stands five for knows and loves was agreeably surpris Msss Mabel Kunkle spent several days a primary and five for a convention.lertv- - ed Monday the occasion of 00th birthday last week with relatives in Cincinnati, of ing the decision to J. Norton Fitch, of annivorsary when his son?, Wix, Ohio. Paris: Harry, of Richmond: Russell, of Jessamine county. Democratic Execu Mrs. Samuel Bennett, of Lexington, John, of I tive Committeeman for the Eighth Dis- Lincoln county; and James and spent several days with relatives here Finish this place, prepared a sumptuous dinner last week. trict and chairman of the District ComA foau of good mittee. Chairman Fitch holds tho key in honor of the event. Mr. Guy Davidson, of I ancastcr, is iB mV W things ws prepared and the genial the guest of Mrs Z. T. Rice on the to the situation, but there is hardly any- Summft. colonel tho youngest of ono of the crowd onowho will even venture a guess as to glad that they had Belts, in Miss Mary Louise Doatherago spent how be stands In the matter. It is ox made the boys all Here's Thanksgiving with Miss Sarah Kenney pectod thnt Chairman Fitch will short- given him this happy surprise at Frankfort. hoping ColT Dillion will reach hc cen ly convene thejlistrict Committee to de- Mrs. n. W. McKinney, of Georgecido upon the lime and manner of mak tury mark London Eclio. town, is visiting relatives and friends fn ' MannisrYNovelties in ing the nomination. Besides Congress former Madison Boy Married. the city and county. man Helm, the other announced candi for Tailored Dressed hen's, cakes, pies and other The Loxlngton Horald contains the dates aro State Sanator W. E. Dowling. following account of the wedding of a good things at Bazaar Saturday next at Wait Until Now Masonic Temple. of Anderson; Judge John W. Hughes, of for Waists Designs in former Madison county boy. Mr. Gum Mercer; William J. Price, of Boyle;John was Dr. Ellis, of the Richmond Drug Co . for many years a resident of Blue I took Thanksgiving dinner with his R. elch, or Jessamine; Jim Hamilton, Grass, this county, .and has many mother at Dayton, K"y. of Garrard Judge J. A. Sullivan and .1. friends and rolatives hero who extend we are now ready to Call and see us as Mr. Arch Chenault, who is attending Tovis Cobb are also said to bo prospeccongratulations: the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, take care of you on all Fall uid. Winter tive candidates In the event a convention "The marriago of Miss Mary Maria was home for the holidays. is called. Judge Ralph W. Gilbert; of Smith to Mr. Benjamin H. Uumr of I Goods Messrs. Wm. S. and Thos.J. Moberloy Shelby, states that under no circum Muir, Ky., was solemnized at the homo spent Thanksgiving with thoir sister, .i KentucL or Rev. Mark Coins, pastor or the Broadi "i i ii'.i i. ;tii VsUituiiuu, Mrs. J. H. Toy, of Maysville. lu stances win no become a candidato at way uiiuuii'i, ivaiuBruiu Christian church, Thursday after Thomas Douglas Chenault, af Madison He is a son of former Con noon at two o'clock. - It was witnessed Vernon Eads, of Red House, enter- county, Ky. Tho marriage will lake this time. only by members of tho immediate) tained Saturday evening in compliment place in January. Miss Hurt is a charm' gressman George G. Gilbert. families. Thu brido was very charming to Aubrey Burgin, of Lexington ing young girl, and possesses a lovely Come and see us before purchasin in her traveling gown of caroation, tail Mrs. J. J. Johnson, on Fifth Street, is voice that was heard with pleasure in a your Christmas presents. We have the After tho I ored cl6th with pretty hat. w wuuww. n f. . enjoying a visit this week frdm her nrntart. vlin huva at tlia iivuimi o lllitK goods that, will please you i. w Vsimai'e U1UU as well as the ceremony and congratulations the happy last spring. Her wedding will be i sister. Miss Pearl Tipton, of Irvine. ono who will b'e the recipient of tho couple loft for a trip, and returning will piominent event of tho The The Miss Suo Scrivner, of Winchester, Miss Hart was a guest last July of Mrs. gift. ritake thoir home at Muir, Ky. Wines & Whittix"oton 5mall fire. spent from Wednesday until .Monday A. K. McOotyn, and it will be pleasant brido is attractive and Jovablo and the I Oldham Building : B. Mrs. oldest daughter of Mr. An alarm of fire was turned in Mon with her father, L. Si. Scrivner, and to know she is to make this city Two Noted Horses Burned To Smith, of this county. and GumJ.is a Mr. family. her home. Mr. Chenault is a member Ky day ntgtit from Gas Ohristman's resi well known, and very successful mer rBIUSaED ETERI WDIBUT IT Death. Mcssr. Hart Porry and Harrold Bar- of one of Madison's foremost'fatnilios dence Hear Cemetery, known as the chant, having made many frionds sinco Governor Gray and County Tax, whose ker were at home from State college, and his approaching marriage calls THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Letcher place. The firp was discovered Lexington, for the Thanksgiving holi- forth the hearty good wishes ot hosts of estimated values as runners, were. coming to this county from Richmond. between the walls of the building and days. friends. $25,000 and ?3,000 respectively, - wore (Incorporated.) A School Case. oosd arable difficulty was experienced Miss Cary Rice entertained yesterday The marriage ot W, E. Luxon, of burned to death Sunday shortly before A school caso was deoided last week hi getting the flame extinguished. The from 3 to 5 p. m. in compliment to Miss this city, and Miss Nettie Gourley, of RKHWeWMEt Having sold my farm, I will, on Miss Pres. awi Mgr. greatest damage however.to Mr. Christ Lucy White Booker and- her wedding Lexington, was celebrated Tuesday last noon in a barn on the farm of Captain by the Oourt of Appeals. A. B. Milter AMERICA .. 1 1 r a .i ...-'James T. w illiams, at Spring Station, Sec'y-Trea- s. ai me dnuo s nome, ana came as party. W. 8. WhUe mas resulted from water. 1 complete surprise to the friends of the Woodford county, the cause of the fire, to teach a country school. After teach- HUrSClay, 14, The MtBfctr si Baptist Baaaar, Masonic Temple, Sat Mrs. R. Cecilian Club will meet with contracting parties. Tho wedding was Lwhioh started in the hay loft, being un ing awhile tho school house was R. Burnam, Wednesday, Dec. IS. a quiel one, but a beautiful one 1011, at 10 o'clock a. m.. offer at public its KENTUCKY P8CS5 ASSOOATIOX urday, Dec Oth. Lunch at noon. Beethoven's VII Symphony" will bo appointments. Tne ceremony was insaid known. There was $10,000 insurance burned. She offered to proceed with my homo on east fork of ui piayea. on Governor Gray,$2,000 on County Tax, tho school if tho Beard of Education auction at ; by Rov. J. M. McLear. of the Methodist Otter Creek, two miles north of Red Pumpkin. CKHTH WSTP40T PUBUSHUS UAGHL Messrs. Arnold and Paul Hanger were church, after winch Mr. and Mrs. .Luxon and $500 on tho barn and feed in it. would build another school house. This , . r. r House, the following property: Mr. C. W. Cobb, of Red House, has on home from Augusta Military Institute, ion iura Honeymoon trip, m. groom me was not done, and she sued the County YEAB exhibition Four cows, all fresh and good stock PER is one oi our city s best Known young FPIOE $1.08 Fort Defiance, Va., for the ThanksgivEditor in Line for Job. at the State Bank and Trust Superintendent of Schools for her will be replete with greater rejoicing if you are card::! men, a prominent farmer and stockman. IK ADVANCE It is reported that Cecil Williams, salary. The lower Court decided that and splendid milkers; two of them with Co. several ears ofcbrn and a pumpkin ing holidays. This is his second marriage, his first calves by their side. Mrs. IIanleyOippert has returned lo wife having been Miss Henrietta Tray- - editor of tho Somerset Times, is to be to have shoes that give you absolute comfort, and weighing eighty-tw- o pounds, raised on she had no cause for action against the her home in 1911 after a -Shorthorn bull, WBDXHSDAY D8C hk farm in Clay county, Arkansas. Mr. pleasant visit Cincinnati. Ohio, Mr. and nor, or this city, llis bride is well given a berth by the incoming Demo- Superintendent, but, if sho had any One No. I a style that you are proud to display. to her parents, known in Bichmond, haying frequently cratic administration. It is stated for Cobb says he had a larger pumpkin than Mrs. J. I). DyKes. that ground at all, it was against tho Board eligiblehome-raise-registration. visited mends here, bho is the eldest Mr. Williams will be We have selected Thanksgiving specialties w.l": d One yearling steer. given tho position of Education. Tho higher Court affirm Okk ef the fcrst and Meet important this one but loaned il to one of his Mr. and Mrs. W. E. EUxon returned daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. W Seventeen shoals, averaging about great care, and with regard to the demands of i of the nest Uoese will h to oloot neighbors to be used as a corn crib. He Friday night from their wedding trip. Gourley, and is a most attractive young of assistant insurance commissioner. ed this view of the case. seventy-fiv- e to eighty pounds each. a speaker, whose duty will he to name thinks Arkansas the greatest state in and arc now at home at their farm one woman. Thi was the fourth marriage which pays a salary of $2,000 por annum. people, and we know we can please ycu. So in the family of Judge Gourley within a A Poultry Book that moans dollars to Also, a lot of farming implements. mile from town. the vorious oessBiittees and preside the South. Come and select your goods early. I anyone, is yours, year. Mr. and Mrs. Luxon will re Maggie F. Shearer. you bring this Mrs. it it's boots for an outing, slippers fQr house wear, cr free if Mrs. M. C Kellogg will entertain with side at' his home near town. Tne Cliaitring the soouiewc ef the LegislalHre. Residence Burned. Bridge in honor of her aunt. Mrs. Flet- - max joins with hosts of friends in ex- have everything wanted for tho little ad to Stockton's Drug Store. The speaker, if se inelieed eaa, viruwl- pumps for a party come to our shop and we'll fit yea tot and the old folk. too. The residence of Mrs. Tbomas Park oher, of Lexington.this afternoon at her tending congratulations. ha ! emu-e- l th reciefeuire. since H Wm Ledfoud, Main street. LeBus' Broad Acres. home on the Summit. wtth care. The marriage of Mr. James Neale his power to place ea committers stsoli near wnillock, was destroyed by fire Clarence LeBus, prosident of the Bur- Mr. R. H. Chrisman, formerly of this and Miss Mary Tribble was solemnized early Sunday morning. Has His Place. The building county, now of Pond Creek, Ok la., is mea as are known to favor er disapprove ley Tobacco Society, .is rapidly becom the Christian church on Wednesday Having decided to go West. I will legislation that k to ease before that was occupied by Dan McQuinn, who lost visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. at m. last, at 10:30 o'clock. The decoraThe revenue agent has. his place, but ing one of the large land ownors of the a. offer at public sale on the premises. Chrisman of Panola. most all of his household goods. The body. Taking the past as a oriterioa it tions around the altar and stand were there ought certainly toba more restric- Hluegrass region. He has filed for re seven miles from Richmond, on the Harry Rice, who is attending Millers- - artistic and elegant, made of large plants, tion. As it is, there is nothing now to cord the purohaso of a farm of 317 will be well for the members ef the next Are was discovered in the kitchen roof JaEk's Creek pike, known as the John ferns, palms, and white chrysanthemimport-M- tt but bad gained such headway that tho burg Military academy, spent the weekHew to &eteot a men for this prevent a revenuo agent fr6m making a acres bought from J. R. Newman, and Here's a beautiful new creation fnfm, ums. Miss Laura Bright sang clearly pestoen who k sot dominated by flame could not be Mctlnguished, and end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '.. and feelingly Hawloy's "Because I Lova private compromise with a tax dodgor, locaieu on tne uussou lavo piKo near BiggcrstalT place, on the Fall line of Sit Kid Shoes for jttmtj; T. Rice, on the Summit. the building was soon reduced to ashes. nay elk) tie or oteo. and who k free from 1 lou. Dear, while Mrs. Pickets, at the and keep the money himself. Many- Loxingion. The price paid was 15,001. ThUFSdaV. DeCPmhpf women. Ask to seo this you'll bej.. Miss Anna Rowel), one of Louisvillo's piano, and Miss Issio Million, on the suits are , I e1 1. -- .1 !. all eMAMgleeaoBts, who k sot a oaadt-dot- e brought on a wild venture that rnu: : .iuu .tuiiu ' ' charmed with Its exclusive style ui jituu ill 101 1 .11(1 .M..I. . most charming young women, will be violin, played tho always ever Count)' Court for speaker in order to promote the maybe, on investigation, might reveal Fayetto county which Mr. LeBus has A . with Mr. and Mrs. Hale Dean for the c U.e ' and beautiful selections, December County court brought to iotorefct of the Prison Commission or 1 wedding. 01 "Lohengrin Wedding March," Wagner's hidden taxes, This should be stopped made since he has been president of tho say other sot of oHee seekers. A maa town about the usual size crowd, but Mr. and Mrs. George Corzelius and "To An Evening" Star" and Meddles- - ujr uiiiKiug me state Auattor, wno ap- Burley Society. He now owns about more or less, all in grass. Good fencing k seeded who will discharge the duties business at the Madison Stock Yards family have closed their residence on sohn's joyous "Wedding March" as tho points the agont, responsible for tho cost COO acros in Fayotto county, in addition and never-failin- g water.. At tho same involved without favor, who will see to was unusually slow. About 2,000 cattle Lancaster avenue, r.nd will make their wedding party leu the church Messrs. of suit in case of loss. Bowling Green to a large body of land in Harrison timo and place I will sell the following Long Tom Chonault, Neale Bennett. were en the market, and those sold winter h me at Hotel Glyndon. it that alt bilk presented are gives the county. stock and farming implements and James Trtbb'o, and Howard Nealo Messenger. Harold Oldham, who is attending Thompson were tho ushers. Miss Bessie proper eoasWersUon and sot tucked brought frem S to fie per ponnd. The household goods: Ono brown harness was with Tribble was maid of honor, and Mr. away hi the pockets ef committeemen mule market, however, was better than ilillersburg Military Institute, mare, 7 years old; one combined bay paronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Old- Lewis Nqalo was best man. his Mr. E. B. there to remain ttatil adjournment, as on November oeurt day. Demand was ham, for the Thanksgiving holidays. mare, i years old; ono weanling colt. Barnes, Mr. Nealo's and Miss Tribble's fairly good and prices satisfactory has been too often the oase in former uue oiionnorn cow, good milKer; one it is a diamond, cut glass, silver pastor, officiated, using parts of the If years. Gentlemen of the legislature, Horses were slow, and very few sales ware or anything in the jewolrv line you op scopal marriage ceremony, pronounccow and calf, one Jersey cow, fresh this think wll boforo easting your vote for reported. desire to give as a Christmas present ed the words clearly and distinctly month; two steer calves, six shoats, sow Main you should go lo Wines & Whining on. making Mr. Nealo and Miss Tribble speaker and seteot a maa who k in per-leand pigs, one wagon, two culti' Baptist Bazaar. man and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Neale are aoaord with the platform adopted Mr. John Ashbrook was the guostyes-erda- y both well known in our town and county, vators, two double-shovplows, one set of his mother. Mrs. J. M. Barlow botu have a host of friends, and many by the Democratic party. The eyes of The Baptist Bea&ar will be held at wagon harness, one buckboard, one set in Richmond. . . Miss Hazel 'bolting- - good wishes went with them on their Kentucky are upon you, and will held Masonic Temple on next Saturday, Dec. buggy harness, lot of Sorghum in shock. ham is Bourbon weddidg journey. you rocponsible if not trne to your trust. 9th. Doors will open to the public at News. visiting in Richmond some household and kitchen furniture. 0:80 a. m. Tho Cotillion Club, which " 25-IW. W. Harms. The lecture of Judge Ben B. Lindsoy pan or Uiolimond s social life, forms its ? Rbfbwbktative E. B. Thompson, of There will be different tabJes'W beau gave 11 the Normal Chapel, Dec. 12th, will seconu gorman ot the season Friday in Reekeestle, newly-electe- d member of tiful articles for Christmas, Eczema. Psoriasis and other skin one of bo one of "We have bad experience w '.i df troubles are caused by myriads or i the House of Representatives, has an household articles, one of embroidered tainments the best of thesoseries and enter- evening last at .Masonic Temple. Mr. r go this winter, hear John Doty, Jr., and Miss Callie Miller senna at work In the skin. Unless never seenfer skin trouble such tz nounced that he will be a candidate for fanoy things, cooked and uncooked him. these germs are promptly destroys those from D. D. remarkable re ; D. Prescript, Shackelford led, and many beautiful they rapidly multiply, gnawing their the Republican nomina'ion for Speaker. edibles. way deep Into the sensitive tissue. stant relief from tbe very first s." Mr. J. S. Crutchfield and daughter. figures were introduced. The favors Having decided to move to Illinois. 1 This Is what causes that awful Itch, cation. are so eenfl4eat that I He says that he has some votes pledged, We Miss Harriott, of Pittsburg, Pa., have were unusually tasty and plentiful, the The doll and oaady tables will be of win, on and what seemed a. mere rasa wtll reach your ease that it w Doing presi led over by Mes-and believes that he will be caucus interest and beauty. At noon a lunoh been visiting the former's brother. Rev. isvor tame C. jnay Brow worse and develop into a nethtng if the very flrst f. " r dames Stockton, loathsome and nominee. This, however, will be all of oyster soup, orackers, celery, chicken G. W. CrutohHeld and family on Fifth and t,. R. uume, the James Crutcher fans to 15. years of misery. 16, with its take anytorturing skin disease bottle we havemake good everyt-c -' latter of Louis street. sMn trouble If you Don't the honor Mr. Thompson can hope for, salad, oM ham, beaten biscuit and chances! Ttrstrnv th kind ville, who is visiting rolatives here. eertalnlv nitvim v.u perms at the beginning of the trouble) In and Investigate tbe merits "f T Richard Cobb, Jr has gone to Rich Music was furnishod by Schmittie's Or steee the Democratic raajorkv in the coffee wMl be served. 1011.. at 10 o'clock a. m . at thn Paul wiujinai Booming ana cleansing wash, u. anyway. we know that V. V. . mond, where he is running his brother- - chestra, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the the D. D. D. Prescription for Bczema. oblo place, about midwav between House k so overwhelming there k not C. II. Jeffs farm, while the lat- usual midnight lunch was served A 25c bottle will prove this to you. will help you. Richmond and Union Citv. offer at nub- Death of Judge Black. a gbest ef a show for him to be elected ter is in the West for his health In- Quite a number of visitors wero pres ; ,t - .t.- - luiiuwing property: i i: - auic mo interior Joucnal. STOCKTON & SON Speaker. mmmmmmmmKS Judge W. R. Black, of Barbourville, ent, among tnem being: Misses (Javayears old; one who mare muie, one of the best known jurists in Eastern Mrs. O. A. Amyx and little son, Wm. naugh and Nancy Walker, of Lancaster, family horse, 5 years old, gentle for Of the one hundred members of the Wayne, returned Sunday to their home who are house guests of Miss Annie women and children; one good black House of Representatives who served in Kentuoky, died Thursday morning at in Paris, after a two week's visit to Mr?. Mae Walker; Miss Cecil, of Danville. mare, o years old, good worker; one ex St. Joseph's hospital, Louisville, follow Amyx's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. A. guest of Mrs. Gwynee; Mr. Walker, of tra good Jersey cow, fresh in February: the 1016 session, exaotiy twenty were rerag an operation, ills condition was Wilson, of Red House. Lancaster, guest or Miss Marion llui- one red cow. a splendid milker: twnivA OonirUbt lSlO, by tbe Standard Adr Co. elected to the lower branch of the 1912 nam; Miss Lucy White Booker, ef thought to be greatly improved, but on head extra good yearling cattle, one Mat Hacker, the popular L. & X. General Assembly, nineteen Demeorats yuaning uener, one jersey Dull calf, old the morning of bis death a turn came agent at Nicholasville, was in tho city Louisville, a bride of this week; Ensign and one Republicab,thc exception being on enougn ioervice: one fat sow and sir Aiarstiau uoiiins, who is for the worse, and this popular man several days last week. Mr. Hacker is short furlough. Miss Mayhome o a Catl.a-insnouts, averaging about sixty. pounds T. M. Bertram, of Lewis county. Three a former Richmond boy, and was agent White, one of the popular home girls, succumbed. Deceased was appointed eiicn: one viu uicKory wagon, good as ef the representatives who served in the Why & X. here for several years. Friend who is teaching in Irvine, was also now; two rubber-tir- e Circuit Judge of the Thirtji-fourtJu of the L. buggies, good last Heuse were elected fb the State present, having returned home for the i oruer. Miss Mary Louise Deatherage is com dicial by Governor Willson. be Senate. Two of these are Democrats ing district holidays. From thoway CARMIXO IMPLEMENTS morning Bought l?St the Circuit Judge of the new dis ing from Richmond this Kenney. for a" Tnanksgiving nave started off the win year, an new, consisting of cultivator &Bd one Republican. visit with Miss Sarah Miss tne uotiuions trict. His term expired two weeks ago, Keeney will entertain this evening with ter promises to be the most delightful "imply awful, Mabel, VJ2Sr Thbhk arc many people who have when Judge P. D. Sampson, who was a beautiful Thanksgiving party for the one in the club's history. . I ' l. new and oxtra good; two seo s rood nlow J didn't think T wnnlfl hp sihl left this county and town, and who ex- recently elected, received his commis guest Frankfort Young Couple Marry in Tengear, ono set buggy harness, good; one Mrs. James Burnam, residing tempo pect their relatives here to write to sum as uovernor. juage uiack was a man's saddle, good. An extra lot of 10 oet a tDinf' to please a jnin. rarily in Winchester, spent, several nessee. them once a week, telling them of all son of Samuel Black, of this city, and is days last week visiting relatives and a Present suitable acceptable, or correcthat happens. The easiest way to solve survived by his wife, father, four friends in this city. Every one hopes Charles Duncan and Miss Bessie Mar-cu1 nVtMi4-v 1 t kw4ntr mnnliiriA ArAns; tauic, runo, I T1 I T rrin 3 auuuu tit's. "D Uzyj T x 'Wu.iV(. vAtcuowu .U. this difficulty is to sond the Climax to brothers and two sisters. His brothers for her speedy and permanent return to eloped to Knoxvilfe, Tcnn., Friday buc j .Oct., Will are: G. E.. B. P.. J. D. and T. C. Black, Richmond. night, and were united in marriage at them while they are away. It will cost bought Bob the swelfest overcoat, hut little and will keep them fully in of this city, and his sisters, who"reside Messrs. Tandy Chenault anl W- - .7. that place Saturday morning. Not even iure was au i POOfl av nmr. formed as to what is going on at home. in this city, are Misses Belle and Nettie Figg, of Shelbyville, were in the city the most intimato friends of these Terms liberal and madeknown onday 'Aad papa said bought showed taste and forethou - ' They will be pleased, and relatives will Blaok. Judge Black had rented law Friday. Mr. Figg is an applicant for: young people were aware of their in Neale Forbes. 21s"""'J offices and a residence in this city, and memner ot tne Hoard or Uontrol, and tentions when they quietly slipped toiit Ktrwr - wu.u, 1m reu, .i be relieved of the necessity ef writing was here to call on Govsrnor-elec- t Mu- 0 J HIchmond, Ky. was preparing to come here on January Creary and file his appl.cation for the away and wero joined together as man so often. At tnree, was-surelgreat. 1, 1012, to reside. The remains were position. and wife. Mr. Duncan a B. It is gratifying to know that some of brought to this city Thursday night, Colonel and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab K. Duncan, of this city, is sona of They had another priced at three. add is very the newspaper men of Kentuoky will be and laid to rest Friday morning in the Orchard Springs, were guests of rela popular young unit. An(j some at flve th nleavprl rfir man. Tho bride is a tives and friends hero Saturday. Mr. daughter rewarded for services rendered during Richmond cemetery. Mattie O. Seal, Etc, . - Plaintiffs. A nrl hnv of II. F. Marcum, who resides -.n,l and Mrs. Willis always find a warm welvs the recent campaign. The names of J" ouius, 1 new, l Buy your candy and dolls at Baptist come to their old home county, where on the Jack's Creek pike, and is a yery Lizzie IIuanES, Etc Defendants. Of every color, style and hue. several editors have been published who they have as many friends as any attractive young lady. The happy are skied for good berths at Frankfort. Bazaar on Saturday, Dec Oth, at Ma couple who ever resided in Richmond couple returned to this city .Saturday and order of sale rendered at iho Octo- priced from ten Clear down to two', Turn CatHt, Horses, Hsgs Is Practically IfldestructlMt The best is not too good for these men sonic Temple. All Broadway, from the oldest to tho night, and are at present with tho "Knickers" and straight pants, too. youngest, gatherdd at the home of Pro . who contributed so largely toward the Commercial Club. fessor and Mrs. T. J. Coates. Friday bride's parents. signed. Master Commissioner or said Said. success of the state Democratic ticket toEd, "Let's, See the ties , court, will, on A dozen or more enthusiastic mem night last, and gave them an Wines & Whlttington have everything bers of the Commercial Club met Mon nature storming party. all It was in the in the jewelry line for Christmas. of a farewell, If the neighbors Ghristian Church Notes. Wednesday,, December 27, Such good values were priced so low, uay evening, it was a called meeting taking this method of showing their you fail to seo them before making The attendance at the Sunday tohool and upon Invitation of Messrs. Douglas love for this splendid family. 1911, on the premises in Berea, Ky at 1 am telling facts, you try them. your selection for presents it will-b"Bo." the last week was 241, and the offering & Simmons and Mr. Win. Broaddus,the 11 oclock a.m.. sell to the hihMtlTiu-Dr. J. G. Crabbe has returned from . .. . 1 mistake of your life. iUO IHU8'IOT men m SOIt or Stilt, $18.81. Ob Sunday evening next the meeting was held in and best bidder apubllc auction? the the office of the the Southern Education Association louowing ucscnocu tract of iand: w ere the nicest had seen pastor will have a sermon of special in- latter, in the Douglas & Simmons build- which was held at Fort Worth, Toxas. u.. auuux sine terest for our poung men. We hope ing oil Second street. The President, About one thousand members were pro-seof Prospect street in Berea, Ky, corner on this occasion and Kentucky had DUckand brown and gray tfeay will accept this invitation to atto J. L. Baker, thence eastwnrrl n7nnl lr. H. R. Burnam, being too ill to be a good representation at the meeting. u a UtUrl culura i t Hho south side of Prospect street TlllO ffay. tend. Plam present, sent his regrets. . Mr. C. F. The popular president of tho Eastern -Kentucky Normal School was selected W. B. M. will meet at the Higgins was asked to preside. The oves galore, and boys' in all the styles, Quire! thennce Secre- as the next president of the Norma) line of same south-- z church this afternoon at 8 p. m. A full tary Allen Zaring was at his post 6 flave a0Qe nail as well If 1 shopped for 20 miles, School Committee. west 825 feet to a stone corner to He- - x UUU1U attendance is desired. Miss Matilda DouUpon the meeting boing called to Gulre and in line ta Jason vnmm. ca t. One of the prettiest of the Tbankfgiv- it . muiuers, in patterns . Huy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires the " luc glas will entertain the Young .Ladies' order. Mr. C. E. Douglas, on behalf thence with his line wSt73 wo iresn and new, hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of teel of ing gaieties was the recention-danc- e feet to a point near center of creek. All SO Circle at her home Thursday afternoon Douglas & Simmons and Mr. W. S. given by Professor and Mrs. J. P. Gassi- that is not too hard nor too soft. like my ChrL tmi3 dream Cfline trup s The chances aro v thence with line of P. B. Ambrose jwd We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its nierits a- -d ,. u at 2;30. The teachers will meet at the Broaddus. tendered to the club, for their day.at Madison Institute. Tuesday night t. 'a uuc auirib ana The farmer brought himiiere, .(. u. JJaker 1010 feet to tha wmni iuu. i&si, wouia oiten advise: superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and see Us and pet home of J. W. Arnold, Thursday eve-- use free of charge during the ensuing ers in nonor oi me young jady board 1 And those other little pigs acres, more or our pnws. of the Hill. The guests included $ aey waited on me so nice. , C"T lesi' A ning at 7 oiclock. year the' large double room in their members of the younger set. and the That stayed at homo T-k Tsrices are lUbt wondprfnl. Miihol- Said tract of land has hnnn sT TsfTT i building occupied by Mr Broaddus as affair was most enjoyable. A lunch of No doubt will be brought here,' too. " .. Vidcd inra . Irru.. ousy i-Interesting Reading Assured. an office. Mr. Broaddus also offered substantiate and ices was served dur Ve are headquarters for JL"e r oec nas the nresents. thafc'. Irtrif.satcnL-0- f r,;n,t n int with '7 .L.!; 7ZfT"".C " 1 ing the evening, and many praises wore The offer snowerod on the Hosts for so delightful Miss Georgia Ray MacMillan.who will the club ample desk room. a. ur tue oenent oi uiose wno are engaged r?,u l, poultrv Ibmations w"i 00 tom sins'o ad com - v nat ..ouy . papa, brother or son ' in the . . of lots an evening. give a reading at E. K. S. N. Chapel was accepted with a vote of thanks.' . u....: i, suit nnnfaiur,At this meeting the uuaiueas, wnicn nas grown to such enormous nronortions irr then offered as a whole . next Monday evening, Dec. 11 at 8 p. m. motion, which, little ball was set in ui ; nere it cow-e-s from Oidham's. where ' It is indeed gratifying to his hosts- of a ' later on, will be the past few Years, wedesire to'ahnouncetlmt we wfll handlei. the square, under the auspices of IV. M. S., of Pres of inestimable benefit to our oconle. incnas ana admirers to know that Dr. ffllTi11.'O0 v r- -. , , . . .. "L1U .. byterian church and Y. W. C. A. of Details will be given latcr.as the matter D. U. Bcanlon has sufficiently recovered Quality Groceries AwmI'Y fw ..Mi UB t rri i. - , - nr, tTrrTo onThe eieoraieaA-ypner- s niranoppm qurai wen done. I (he develops. Lpon motion, it was resolved from bis recent operation, to return InTuhf E. K. S. and wtll bo remembered bj gro home. He arrived Monday and was Here many ai having once lived here, and like to meet Monday eveninjr, Dec 11 at 7:30 given a royal welcome. Much anxiety : p.m. at which lime the question of elecoihers who have lived in Riehmond tion of officers for the ensuing year will was felt for him and it is a source of of six DOUltrv annliMnso nf nvm-toiretber with 1 rt c " 1 credit with orsLx and twelve mowh' will can't stay away. By coming sbeavors be taken up. Every 'member of the deep pleasure to know tho outcome was lr; in timo 1 option of purchasers tore making a purchase of au Incubator or any of the aeces- - t purchasS money at any time Wor? club is urged to be present.' In this con so successful. Dr Scanlon is the belov. us. as she rarely gives reading place nection, let us say mat many of our ed pastor of tho First Presbyterian the size of Richmond. She goes from business men and citizens have l sories, can and cet ,mv or,. ces. If von nra anr. fnmiiinv with . buwen win 'jo ruquireu lO eJtCUIe. BOIM signified church and is extremoly popular with here to N ew York City for the winter their desire to join the club but have all denominations. T 10 lSe Auuuuaitors, can ana g literature and post yourself on this payaD e security,,oommikaer, with eacee where the. gets $100 per evening not yet done so. Don't delay longer. Mrs. J. W. Zaring and Mr. Allen Zar- proved bsaria 0 per cent Whh a united effort much can be simple waj of hatching chickens for her eharalng recitations. ingTiave been enierutaln for several Everyt eni iro tiv u Mm (UKIi peid wMh Remember KentuskvV days a delightful party at their borne on a thing new aad her natural and Artistic motto: -- United Wo IM.M. ISMH,, Standf Divided We Lancaster avenue. Amour those wlui the paymwt of the puHM money to wejr of tetttaf ejattves her audience. bave enjoyed tb hospitality of thewv Telephone 39 Second-s- f .y . lue tun lorce ana . I n or X iudr- u r Tl . Richmond's Greatest V jOur Story in a Nut Shell PERSONAL SOCIAL AND j J Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties 'Smart5er Etc Neckwear, 5ilk Petticoats Woolen Goods 5uits Newest 5ilks and Dresses -- charming people are: Mr. and Mrs. E. W Young and Miss Dorothy Brown, of Shelbyville: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 8. Brown, Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and daughter, Miss Martha Jane Allen, of Carlisle. Mr. xoung is chalr- tnan of the Democratic Committee of Shelby county, and took a very active part in the recent state campaign for the Democratlp ticket. It is with sincere regret that we learn of the intended removal, the Brat of the year, of Prof. T. J. Coates and family lo Frankfort. Since coming to our city several years ago these splendid people have' won a warm place in the hearts of our p ople, and only Professor Coates' work prompts this removal. As he has no superior. Their removal means a distinct loss in school, in church and in fraternal circles. We recommend them to ihe good people of Frankfort a,nd wish them every good thing possible. Mrs. John Gibson's "linen shower,' given in honor of Miss Lucy White Booker, on Wednesday afternoon of last week was most enjoyable. There was much warmth and cheer in tho bouso made by the beautiful decorations of red hearts, red candle shades and largo open grate tires. The guest of honor, Miss Booker, in her always happy, cordial way, made cheer for all. So happy herself she made her guests feel also llie joy of life. Miss Harriet farrish played a few measures of the wedding march and Miss Booker walked uudor tho huge red parasol holding the gifts. Mrs. John Gibson pulled the ribbons and down came the showei a big one, too. Delightful refreshments were served, and many, good wishes wero made for 'the bride-to-b, The following notice, taken from tho Richmond ( a.) irginian, of JSovem ber 27, will bo read with intense inter est by hosts of friends here: "Mr. and Mn. John Hart announce the engage ment and approach of their . . - Scramble For Helm's 5eaf. ct Tallin. T.ae2 fturatr. nior bl uislir'. J. ('Unity A Co. itnl it f TUilo, County Ml UI Urra will St.te furiW. ... ,,v d tin ... IHiUVRil fLr ets- edi and ermuse of of Catatti that cannot be cured by the-FRANK J. CHENEY. and subscribed In my Sworn to before B nreience. tbU Oth dax of Dcwmbtr, A. D.. 1SS0. Knot. partner iSr tulmliii-w-I- n ct.,a nMi j. n, .' (Tbcc--- atui - .it!ttat This Large dis-tric- e, Rocker Beautiful Golden Oak One of our Xmas Bargains J Only, $2.50 Christmas Don't Make 5elections W. F. HIGGINS Richmond, Opposite Glyndon Hotel OWEN McKB.B J. mid-winte- r.' The Richmond Climax. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Aent Richmond, The Shoe gives peace a piece That all may eat Bird gives PUBLIC SALE. December Jo women's feet Your - T v. .... 82-Pou- nd Thanksgiving Holiday hcz ar shc;-particul- PUBLIC SALE. 2 appro-propria- te Booker-Burhnga- anil nuy Acres J. S. STANIFER, st Corner 5econd and The Home of Good Clothes. Streets of ill 1 Jftt lW fl LD Germs Spread in Skin b-- PUBLICSALE. YOU HAVE r : in-la- The SECRET Saturday, December - r"- - FORTUNE h News-Journa- m than were ever told of Aladdin and his Lamp. LADDIN'S LAMP A was only a myth., but THRIFT, with a Bank Ac cout, will work WONDERS iSSrS greater State Bank & Trust Co. RICHMOND, KY. How About This? Mabel's Where and Bought Christmas! Presents I It "as U, 1 - t1 Srotr WlWo rty thesuitl r.i i CnmmJccJntWc , Stands Like a Stone Wall 25-3t- nhila v.uicu IF .&?i.SS? "J Bys'n I ' . a Richmond's Quality Meat Market I rs AMERICAN nTaT TTl 1 , Irm 0c'lca' Tn.. Up-to-no- w uiu niJTherr . Choice Pork T. O. ti. i lor ine ana Drooaers tncubatpr -. u act"00,.1 thmtrnttmn I ni.;.,.. hi -- r" ".v..,..... Anini',nn "fiSSw, .., J., Remember: Broaddus. Sanitary Meat .p': You be welcome morning at the t D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. ln '" eirt W. D. Oldham & Co.'s Store SMOK. JNU bOUi NO DIRT EVERY TftlNG CNSUMED in. At the end of a season's use with sdt coal, there will b no soot the pipe or Hue Ike Richmond Cliaax. rWllStfO ETEfiT WEHrESMT rHE ZENITH OE STOVE PERFECTION THE CLIMAX PRINTING The only jointless leg IT CO - radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has ever been made in the history of the stove industry. The jointless-ylebottom and base makes the stove below the grate, which is the only true air-tight bottom and base with full (Incorporated.) - A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trcas. W.O.White KENTUCKY PRESS fire-keepi- Minber el ASSOCIATION y principle. and It w ill be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence EIGHTH DISTRICT PU8USI!ERS LEAGUE. as jt is today. epicE PER 11.00 TEAS The Hot Blast Air-TigFlorence will heat twice IN ADVANCE the space that can be heated by any other stove on WEDNESDAY DEO C - - - lull earth at one-hal- f the cost. The only perfect floor' heater that is or has. ever The Island of been made. . Regeneration. All features are patented and no stove manufacturer, dealer or user can copj' or use same for 17 years Continued from Page 4. from date of patent without incurring liability for an CHAPTER XV. action for damages. ht If is 7 1 1 " Z ing to directions: c No 21 wH! - Xo 49 the Florence is operated accordlum-' Leal 1 small room aH'winter with two tons of slack or 3-- or 2s o 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter' with 2 4 tons of - ump ool. - No. 51 or Xe. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter wilh 3 tons of slack or X T - No 53 or Xo. 27 will heat 6 rooms all winter with. 4 tons of slack or lump T V. ? r 1 No 55 will ; - keat a fctrge s4orq or school room vvtth C tons of slack or lump - a chitroti, less eaal will be required, ; urn a tM less of bard osal than a hard coal base burner of tho same eat twioe the space. FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS, SIMMONS & DLATHLRAGL The 2nd Street Hardware Store SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on his rounds of what would be the most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, which would certainly bring joy for the Qhristmastide. Consult us and we will help you buy the choicest on easy terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that will be hailed with delight. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Long Distance Telephone83 v GS!Sng Richmond, Ky Catarrh Doctor Where Cleanliness Reigns There Is a Place, a Season and a Reason for Everything. For every seasonable thing in the You Can Get the Best One in the World For $1.00. say: ,"I want a 1IY051BI outfit," take it home with you, open th,o box and pour a few- drops of II YOMEI. (pronounce it High into the little hard rubber inhaler. ...Then breathe pleasant, soothing', heal , ing-germ killing 1IYOMEI over the raw, inflamed, germ ridden membrane for a low minutes and rohoi is im mediate. Stulfed up head will vanish. Keep up the treatment four or five timos a day for a few days and hawking, spitting and forming of muous in the nose and throat will cease . IIYOMEI is guaranteed to end cat arrh, coughs, colds, croup, asthma, catarrhal deafness or money back. Complete outfit $1.00, subsequent battles if needed 50 cents at 15. L. Middolton and druggists everywhere. Gotp B. L. Middolton to-da- Grocery Line And there's a reason why we sell them- - e) Tfie Quality Bring Your Jag and Have It Filled Wilh 1 Pure Old Lstill County Sorghum Try These They'll Please SEWELL & McKINNEY New Tailoring Shop. J. B. Stoutfer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order made at hom e by experiened Tailors. Oer 1,000 samples to select from Cleaning and Pressing by Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter . Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. J. B. STOUPFER. 222 West Man Street f Are You a Woman? TAKE 2 Accusation and Admission. Now that the Kreat moment had come for Langford had at last recog nized the woman whom he sought in spite of her strange garlf he became suddenly acutely conscious of trivial details and accurately responsible to He stepped, matters of no moment for instance, near the bow of the boat, told the coxswain that he might allow the men to land but that they must remain close to the beach and within easy call and see that the boat was properly secured. Then he turned and walkcd-slowlsingular how eager he had been for that moment and how tardy he was in availing himself of the two who it when it came-towa- rd stood silently watching a little dis tance away. He was dressed in a boating suit of white and wore a white yachting cap. He was distinctly good looking. His repentance, his anxiety, his disap pointment had refined his face to a certain degree and he was not an un worthy specimen of humanity In ap pearance. The man looked at him with vivid curiosity and a sudden sense of dismay to find the new comer so worthy of respect on the ground of appearance at least. The glance that Langford gave the nan was at once casual and Indiffer ent. His whole interest was centered upon the woman. He found himself TrembllnE violently in spite of the superhuman efforts he put forth at control. It was only the most Iron constraint indeed that enabled him to approach her at alt. As he drew near to her, he took off his cap, bowed to her and strove to speak. "Katharine," he said at last hoarse ly, "thank God that I have found you! "Woman," said the man by her side, stepping swiftly forward and confront ing Langford, "who is this man?" "His name." returned the woman steadily, "is Valentine Arthur Lang ford." 'Vhat did you do to her," asked the man with the bluntest possible direct ness, "that she weeps at the thought of you; that she is filled with horror as you approach; that she looks at you as she does now? I have never seen that look upon her face since we have been upon this island." Langford turned and faced the man as these singular queries were put to him. "Who is this man, Katharine?" he asked, an angry flush in his face. "I don't know Jor certain," tho woman answered, "but I think his name is " "What has my name to do with Uninterrupted the man persistently. "Will you answer my questions?" "When I know who you are and by what right you put them, I will de cide," was Langford's contemptuous answer. The woman had never seen her com panion in a temper, but he was peril ously near the breaking point now, and Langford, although he realized it not, had nover been and would never be in so much danger as at that Instant. A swift glance showed her the man strung to the very outbreaking point The woman laid her hand upon his arm, a calming touch. "In the world," she said, "people are presented to one another." How she loathed Langford. She thought for a moment that she had only to say the word and her island companion would tear him to pieces She wondered how far after all she had succeeded in instilling Into hi3 mind the restraints of civilization. She began to see dimly that such an achievement was beyond the power of any single individual; that it had been in the past and would always be in the future the result of the and restraint of the many. Yet she forced herself to speak evenly to the visitor. "Mr. Langford, I believe this man's name to be John Revell Charnock. I believe him to be an American, a Vir ginian. I found him here upon the island." "This matters nothing," said the is lander, "I don't care what this man's name is, or who he is. I want to know why be distresses you." "Sir." said Langford, wondering what was the best tone to take with this singular being, "pray let us withdraw yonder to the shade of the trees where we can be more private." The men in the boat who had scram bled out upon the sands had been eager spectators and auditors of every thing that had gone on. Their curiosity was greatly excited and their propinquity was evidently distasteful to"Xangford. iou are reiusmg to answer my questions, said the man. "I will not be put off further." "Man," said the woman, laying her hand upon his arm, "It Is my wish." "Oh, if you wish it." He turned without a word and led tne way rapidly across the beacn out of earshot but not out of sight among the trees. "Now," he said turning and facing the other two. lie noticed mat tne woman was ghastly white and that Langford wa scarcely less pale. "Sir," said Langford firmly. "I d dine to answer your question. I have business with this lady and with het alone. Jt does not concern you and I y beg yod to withdraw for a moment anu give me free speech with her. After that I may have some questions touut to you." "Everything that concerns her s me," said the man, sternly. "What you have to say to her must be said to me. Speak on." For a moment Langrord looked as if he would have sprung upon the other, but he was so clearly no match for the wild stranger that discretion came to his aid and kept him still. Besides he had no wish lor vulgar brawling then. He turned to the woman. "Katherine," he said, "I have much to say to you. Can't you make this man hear reason?" "She has made me hear reason for three years," answered the man for her before she could speak, "but her power ends in this hour." The woman looked at him piteously and nodded her head. She realized that the thread of destiny was taken from her hands and forever. "Mr. Langford, you will have to say to me whatever you wish before this man," she said at last. "Why, 'tis impossible," cried the other. "It must be." -- "And," Interposed the man, "you shall say nothing to her until you have answered my questions." "There must be no violence," cried the woman, stepping between the two. "N'o violence!" For answer the man gently, but with irresistible force, lifted her out or the way. She knew now where be got tho strength to tear down the rocky wall, and while she trembled, she thrilled. "Katharine," said Langford to do him Justice he was not afraid "what is this man to you?"' i am nothing to her, answered the man, "except that I love her." "And you?" said Langford, hotly, sun addressing the woman. "She loves me," again answered the other, "and we were happy until you Drought the world to our shores, Since then she has wept Look at her now." "3Iy God," exclaimed Langford, "is it possible?" "It is true," said the woman, finding voice at last and looking steadily from one to the other. Langford's emotion now passed all bounds. He had trembled before; he shook now as If with the palsy. He reached out and caught the trunk of one of the trees to steady himself. "What are you to this man, in God's name?" he cried. "Nothing. Ever since I fled from the ship on that hateful night and landed on this Island, we have been friends, good friends. He was a castaway. He had forgotten his speech. He had lived here since he was a child. I taught him everything." "To love you?" queried Langford in hot and bitter Jealousy. "That was one thing I learned myself," answered the man. "And yesterday, you might call it chance, but I call it God," said the man gravely, "discovered to us the love we bore each other and that is all." "Are you forgive the question," said Langford, addressing the woman, and there was agony in his voice, "as you were when I left you?" "I am a different woman, thank God!" "Different?" "Yes, but in the sense in which you mean the question, I am just as I was, save that I love this man." "But you had no right to love him or any one," burst forth Langfonl bitterly. "And do you reproach me with con-cern- fie ggS7 "Woman, Shall I Throw Him Down and Kill Him?" was prepared for an attack. He dealt a blow at the oncoming figure with all the force of his arm, and skill and training enabled him to put into It more than one would have fancied from the slightness of his figure. He struck the man fairly In the chest The blow apparently might have staggered an ox, it had no effect whatever upon tho other. In an. instant Langford was caught as if in the grasp ol a whirlwind. He was lifted from the earth and held high in the air. For one tense moment, unable to struggle, he hudg upon uplifted arms. He heard (a voice beneath him cry: "Woman, shall I throw him down and kill him?" "Do him no hurt," said the woman, j"for what he has said, as he sees it Is true." CHAPTER XVI. I i Confronted. these appalling word3 the strength seemd all at once to go out of the man's arm. Heavily, but not with purposeful ungentleness, he slowly set Langford down upon his feet on the sand. "You brute!" cried the other man, trembling with Impotent anger. There was nothing that he could do personally. If he had possessed a 'weapon he would have killed the Islander, but he was unarmed and helpless. Therefore he turned toward the beach and called to his men. They had seen the sudden attack and were already running across the sands "No," said the woman, "that word belongs to you. You have told the truth, and yet not all." She turned to her companion of the island. "Man," she said, "you have loved me. You must hear what I have to say." i "You have said that It was true," he muttered, hoarsely. "And the man who has said it lives. Lives!" His voice rose to a cry. He turned toward Langford again. But by this time the six blue jackets who made !up the gig's crew were close at hand. "Haley," cried Langford to the coxswain, "seize that brute yonder, At , i was still wearing the The .knife that she habitually carried. She ,used it often and kept the blade bright and of keen edge. .She whipped it out on the instant, her civilization falling from her like a discarded garment "when the man she loved was threat; and" woman that?" "Do I?" . "Think of your wife." "She's dead," said the man hoarsely. "I have searched the world for you. I have come back here to make amends, to own my fault, to marry you before God and man, to take you back, to do for you as long as I shall live all that a man can do." There was such genuine passion In his voice and in his appeal that the most Inimical and indifferent would have recognized it, but there was no response to it in the woman's heart A greater love than his bad come into her soul. The whole current of her being flowed to the man by her side. "No," she said. "Tour words have no appeal for me. They awaken no response in my heart I love this man not you." "Have you thought," cried Langford meaningly, "that you are not free to love any one but me?" "By heaven!" cried the man spring ing forward, "this time I will be an swered. Why is she not free to love me or any one?" "Because," eald the other resolutely. "before she came into your life she belonged to me." J "Belonged to you?" "Yes, to me." "And bv what tie?" He was furl Langford hesitated. ously wrought up. He saw that it was necessary to make a break, a rupture between these two. He thought that if he could do so, his own suit might the better prosper. He was In deadly earnest and therefore he took the risk. How frightful it was, he had no pre conception. He did not understand that he was dealing with a primitive man. How should he? He did not understand what passions slept be neath the surface. And perhaps if he tad understood, to do him Justice, for ;ne was a tearless man,-- no would nave ventured just the same. I "She was my mistress!" he said I through his teeth. J "Shame! Shame!" cried the woman, land then fell silent clasping her hands and waiting for what might come. The hour of her travail was upon her. I Langford flashed a look at her and !then his gaze reverted to the man. The expected outbreak did not instantly come. AH Wrong. The Mistake is Made by Many Richmond Citizens. Don't mistake tho cause of backache To bo cured you must know the cause. it me pain comes Irom sick Kidneys kidneys. You must heln-thA resident of this vicinity shows you URDU. i The Woman's Tonic -- now. 1 John T. Barnclt. Rowland St.. Stan "I iavo used a great number of kidney remedies within the last three years and can say that Doan's Kidney Pills are the first that ever brought me lasting relief. My work as a carpenter obliges me to do heavy lifting at times, also much stooping. This finally weakened my kidneys and caused attacks o pain across tne small of my back. Tbeso pains became so in tense that I was unable to work. I was feeling miserable when I had the good fortune to learn of Doan's Kidney Pills and they were recommended so highly that I procured a supply. They gave me almost instant relief and I am still taking them, feeling certain that a cure "will .result" For salo by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, Kew York, solo aeentsior the Unitod States. Remember the m.m Don's and take no other. ford, Ky., says: com-pleto "Mistress!" said the other. "I know not what that means, but 'tis a word 'of bitterness. Say further and more .'clearly your Intent." "Why, you fool!" "He that calleth his brother a fool (hall be damned." said the man. Langford stared at him. "Where have you lived," he cried, "that you don't know the meaning of words?" "I have lived nowhere but here and ,1 have known no language but what this woman has taught me'' "Yet she could, easily have taught you the meaning of that word," the other responded with cruel, ruthless ,m6aning. I will take the lesson from you." "You will have it then!" "I will." "She was my wife, but without the blessing of God or the law of man. I owned her, do you understand? I. possessed her body and souL" "Not sour," said tho woman, but tho protest was lost. You He!" cried the man.- - Bwlftly leaping upon him. No tiger ever sprang with such (wiftness or such ferocity. Langford ; An Alarm At Night That strikes terror to the entire hoiSe: hold is tho loud, hoarso and metallic cough of croup" No mist akin j it, and-- " ortunate then tho lucky parents who ;oep Foloy's Honey and Tax Compound chhand. H. W. Cassojman. Canton, If. Y says: "It is worth its weight in Our little children are troubled sold. croup and hoarseness, and all we tlth them is Foley's Honey and Tar pojaapound. I always have a bottle of it ntht hous." "Let no one lay hand upon him," she cried, aflame to defend him. "1 swear that I will drive it into my own heart If he be touched." "Give me the knife," said her companion, suddenly. Before she could prevent him, bv -whipped It out of her hand. "And now," he said, springing the huddled group of sailors, the 'bright blade lifted, "which of yon will toflch me?" The men shrank back. There was jsomething so furious in the aspect of the man, his power was ro evident and his temper as well tint none Wished to preclpltMf t- - ' "I appeal to you," said the woman, turning to Langford, "send back the men. moment since I saved your life. At a word from me he would have thrown you from him and broken your back. Be generous. You must. And this man shall give me a hearing. You are safe from him, I promise you." What might have been the result of this appeal can never be determined, for at that moment a new 'actor entered upon the scene, a factor whose presence was as surprising and unexpected as it was determinative. From out to sea, yet near at hand, came a muffled detonation, the roar of a heavy gun. Around one of the headlands that rose on that side of the Island there swept the white sides of another great ship beside which the yacht, imposing though she was, was a toy. It was the woman who saw it first. "Look!" she cried. "A ship of war, a cruiser. Sec, from her staff the flag of the United States. This land is American. I claim it by right of discovery. Lay but a band upon this man, and I will have you hanged for murder. Langford. They see us there. Their glasses have searched the shore. They have seen this encounter. That gun was a warning. A boat puts off. Thank God, we are saved from you!" Things had transpired even as she said. What the cruiser was doing in those seas, how happened she to be there were things as yet unknown, but that she was there was apparent She had approached the Island from the other side, and had sailed around it. Her men had observed the encounter on the shore, which seemed to be between natives and persons from the yacht, which was in plain view a little farther out to sea, and the gun had been fired to call attention to the power of the United States. This put an entirely new face on the whole affair. Matters were taken out of the hands of the parties to the quarrel. The law had come to the island. The islander did not, could not know it, but his baffled antagonist realizod it immediately. So did the woman. At Langford's command, his men, much bewildered at the scene they had witnessed, went back to their boat. He himself presently followed after, and stood upon the strand awaiting the approach of the r heavy cutter which had been put away from the white cruis er's side. "Man," she said, softly, "this Is what I had to tell you." He nodded. A hollow groan burst from his lips. I "His mistress," ho muttered, brokenly. . "I would not have had-yolearn in this way. and now that you have heard so much, you must hear more," she went on, not sparing herself, though she might have justly resented the word. She was dealing with more serious things than words now. blller though they might be. "That ship, which is the ship of our country, stands for law as his for license. 1 was mora sinned against than sinning. When you have heard all, then you shall Judge. This Is the test" "Would God that it had never been laid upon me," said the man, hoarsely. "Would God that the beacon had not been lighted on the bill!" "Nay," returned tho woman, gently, "that's past praying for. Decision rests with you, but you must not pass it until you have heard the whole story. The world holds mo stained, polluted. It may be said, but I m not the sinner that it thinks me or I i man-of-wau ened. "You said It was truedoggedly cried the man. "Yes, but not all- - true." "And I had him In my hands, and still he lives." "Won't you hear me?" pleaded the woman. The man shook her off and turned away. The very innocence which had prevented his understanding at first tho charge made it the more hideous when comprehension came. He had loved this woman with a love that passed the love of man, for there had not entered into his mind the faintest possibility that the could ever be or ever have been other than 'what she seemed, a daughter of the gods in truth. In sweetness and in purity. And this strange man had come from out the world and proclaimed her his mistress, his cast-off- , abandoned mistress. Once the clew was given he found aiore hideous depths of. Infamy In that word than would have appeared had his been a wiser and more experienced vision. Indeed, so clear and pure was the soul of this woman that a man of the world would have known instantly that there was an explanation, which the child of nature could not see forthcoming. He wanted to be away from her and alone, and he turned as if to plunge Into the depths or the forest but with gentle force she restrained him. "You are a man, with a man's power and a man's soul and a man's heart you cannot fly now. You must stay and face the problem. The question must be pursued to the bitter end. My life and your life depends upon what we do now, perhaps his life, too." "O, God," cried the man. recurring again to that bitter thought, "I had him in my hands and spared him!" "But you spared him for my sake," said the woman; "think of that" "For your sake," declared the man, pointedly. "I would and should have killed him." "Thou shalt not kill!" said the woman, softly. "An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth," returned the man. "He and you between you slew my heart His death would be no murder, but . retribution." "But it was in part my fault," returned the woman, bravely making her confession. "I will never believe it It cannot be." "And yet It was, but you shall have the whole wretched story and you shall judge. This much I will say, that though all that he said was true, yet I hold myself blameless and innocent The world Judges me harshly, and it may be that you will find its Judgment just Yet I do not hold myself as on trial at this moment but you." "I do not understand." "There are many things thatyoudo not understand, my friend." "I would that I had been left In ignorance." "Nay, that is not a man's wish, but a child's." "Of one thing I am certain." "And what is that?" "That I should have killed him!" "Nay," said the woman again, "that Ms not a child's wish, but a brute's." "You said yourself," he flashed at her, "that there were some things a woman could not forgive, and this Is one that a man puts In the same class." The woman sighed. There occurred to her at the moment no answer which was adequate to the stark realism of this fact The conversation had reached an impasse beyond which it could not progress without the full and complete explanation which now there wai neither time nor opportunity to give, r for the boat from the was approaching the shore. The woman stepped resolutely down the strand to meet it, and the man, after a slight hesitation, followed her. So soon as the boat's keel grated on the bottom In the shallow water a middle-ageofficer rose from the stern sheets and stepped ashore followed by a younger companion in the uniform of a sergeant of marines. A little squad of privates in the bows landed and fell in line with martial celerity and precision. The officer in charge, who wore the white tropic uniform of a lieutenant commander, now faced the people on the Island who had instinctively divided Into two groups, one on either side of him. To the right stood the man and behind him the woman, to the left Langford, back of. him his crew. It was to the latter that the officer first addressed hlmses "Sir." he began. "I am the executive officer of the United States cruiser Cheyenne, detached on special service. We raised this Island this morning, ran it down, circled it saw the yacht yonder " He paused. "It Is my yacht sir. the Southern Cross." answered the other. "My name Is Langford." "Glad to meet you, Mr. Langford. Mine is Whlttaker." The lieutenant commander touched his cap as he spoke. Langford lifted his, and the two shook hands. "We saw," continued the lieutenant commander, "what appeared to be some sort of a fracas with the natives, and fired a gun to attract attention, and Capt Ashby sent this boat party ashore under my charge to do whatever was necessary. Perhaps you can explain how you came to be embroiled with the natives." "Sir," said the woman. And the fact that she addressed him in his own language, and with the cultured accents of the well-breand the caused the officer to start violently "the Island is mine." Mr. Whittaker turned and looked deliberately at her. his surprise only equaled by his admiration. The tunic that she wore was a rough garment and shapeless, but few vestments were better calculated to set off her exquisite proportions. The grace and beauty of her figure, the nobility and intelligence of her face took added luster from the contrast of the utterly simple, natural and primitive. Whlt-taker- 's glance fell upon a well-nigperfect woman. The. constraining Influences of civilization had been so long absent that nature had time and opportunity to reassert its claim. She was tall, exquisitely, modeled. Her bare arms might have supplied those missing from the Venus of Milo; her limbs, which the short tunic to her knees left exposed, were perfect in their siruptrv and strength: her fet were such as those to whlc'. t reec haJ bo-3- ; her hands were shapely, graceful, yet strong; her dark eyes looked at him fearlessly: her dark hair rose like a somber, cloudy crown above her brow. The fierce sun, the open air, the wild wind had not materially altered the clear, slightly olive pallor of her face. The woman had been beautiful before. Now that nature had had free sway, she was nobly lovely. She had stood a little In the rear of the man at first and the lieutenant commander had not particularly observed her. When she spoke, she stepped into the open. He stared andtared amazed. Indeed, the direct Intensity of his glance added a sudden new perception to the woman's faculties and for the first time in years she realized that she was standing before her fellows half naked. In one swift moment convention leaped across the missing years and caught her in its arm. The red flashed into her cheek; beneath her rude vest her bosom rose and fell. Her Mtlct for the Aoment was to fly. She wished that she had put oa thoee treasure garments which she had kept for a ee like this la man-of-wad d h portrays." that care all those years. It was too "I ean well understand, teat" said late now. She summoned her cour-age, and realizing that dignity, after the offleer, gravely, as a matter of all. Is not made of clothes or conven course. tions, once more addressed him. "I thought that marriage meant noth"Sir." she said, "my name Is Kath- ing, and that the old tie might be disarine Brenton. I am not, as you might regarded. I hated the woman who s well think, a savage, but a castaway." bore ray name, and so as Miss disciple, as her devotee, for I "I beg your pardon," said the officer, a man of wide reading and cul- loTed her. I will admit" she smiled ture; "Is It possible that you are the drearHy. "more than her philosophy, I Katharine Brenton who wrote Tata proposed that we should trample upon and Destiny?" the conventions she had taaght me to Bren-ton'- heMeve she despised, and go away to- "Unhappy?" "Yes." returned the other. "I "Madam," said the lieutenant commander, flushing deeply and bowing in bi3 turn. He had taken off bis oap at her first word. "I beg your pardon, I have heard something of your story." He was very muoh embarrassed. It was. Langford who took up the tale. "Since you know so much. Mr. Whlttaker. you may as well hear the rest Indeed, I am anxious that the world should hear it Mies Brenton and I. we er did not believe in marriage, and we went away together." Every word was agony te Langford. who was a proud man; it was worse than agony to Katharine Brenton, who was a proud woman; and it was worst agony of all to the man of the island. But Langford persisted. He did not care how he hurt himself. Indeed, he rather luxuriated in the coasekms-nes- s of his own pain. It was part of his expiation. He realized that he would have to hurt Katharine, but per haps the very keenness of her pain would make her realize her position, and he wanted to win her, now that he had tound her and seen her. more than ever. Nor was his passion a base one. Again he was ashamed of what he had already said, so he spoke the more frankly. He gave no thowght at all to the other man. bat if he had. he would have been glad to hurt him until he killed him. "We went on my yacht yonder thre years ago. I in short I behaved like a brute on it I will admit" "I discovered that he was a married man." said the woman swiftly at this juncture. She, too, week! be of frank. This grave and middle-agefleer should hear all. "He had professed his belief in those views, which, if you have read "Fate and Destiny, you realize that I entertaiHed." The officer bowed. "And have you abandoned them now?" he asked. "Absolutely." was the firm answer. "I am a Christian woman, thank God!" "Thank God. say I, too," continued Langford. "Yet I was not altogether a sham or a He. It was true that I was a married man." The lieutenant commander flashed a contemptuous look at him at which Langford winced, bat he went on. He was determined to make an absolutely clean breast of the whole affair. "It is true I was a married man. but I was under the spell of Miss Brenton's eloquence and of her d "I am that unhappy woman." gether." "Dot you were net free." said the weman, "to enter upon seeh an undertaking." "No. by heaven!" cried WhHtaker. New, this eosversatieB had been carried ea with three auditors, or graees of auditors, Besides those par tlelpatlBg; Langford's yaehtsmea. the marines and seamen from the Cheyenne, for the boat was agateet the shore, and the maa ef the island. Whittaker Srst awoke te the sHua ttea. "I heg yew pardon." ho said, "hut would U not be better te eesttaue this conversation privately?" "I think so," returned Langford. "No." said the man ef the Island, addressing the lieutenant commander for the Srst time, "you and these men are the world. I want the story told where all the world may hear.' WMttaker's surprise at this remark was scarcely lees then he had when the wemaa addressed him. Who was this splendid. gedMke 'form ef maa standiag glooming by tho women's side, a silent, eager Meteaer to all that transpired? What hod he to ue with the quoatton that he assumed this tone aad maaaer of authority? The officer toned toward the expe-rieaeed "I think." said he saietly. 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Miss Brenton had no near relations; what was everybody's business wa6 nobody's, and presently public Interest In her declined. She and her philosophy were practically forgotten by all but Langford himself. Fortune, which had done him some evil turns, here, however, Interposed to his advantage. The lady who legally bore his name departed this life and left him a free man. Brute though lie had been, Langford was not without some strong idea of honor and de- - i t i . i In Very respectfully upon his sins of and commis- sioa during his period of convales- - 7T T'' w Third character and career had done him e La L BEDS Richmond, Ky HocreaLJ rsioves i 5treet n BUY YOUR Guns, ' Cartridges Hunting Outfit ; Um Old OQST : At heart, in spite of his brutal conduct, for whlch drink had largely been responsible, he was a gentleman, and capable of things fine and high under the stimulus of some really greet emotion. 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The death of his father and the necessity for the administration of the vast interests of the bonanza king's estate prevented him from at once engaging upon the search which he promised himself he would make, but he expedited matters, sometimes to his own loss, as rapidly as he could, and after nearly a year's stay In San Francisco, he found himself in position to undertake his quest For a year thereafter he and the Southern Cross traversed the unexplored, unvis-ite- d waters of the South seas. He had landed upon island after island which he bad examined with minute particularity. Some he had found inhabited by natives, whom, through Interpreters he had procured, he quesHe ran across tioned unavalllnglj stray vessels trading among the islands, and through them with constantly Increasing, ever widening mediums, be carried on his search, but without result In thus sweeping the Pacific, he visited everything that was charted, and all that he could find that was not, and was now homeward bound, convinced that the launch must have foundered and that he would never solve the mystery of her disappearance. So assiduously bad he prosecuted his search that the crew of the Southern Cross, who knew nothing as to the cause of the eagerness, with the exception of the ship master, looked upon him as a harmless visionary. They had been away so long and had visited so many islands with so much hardship, oftentimes with so much danger from uncharted reefs in the unknown seas that they were one and all wildly anxious to return from the, to them, aimless wandering. If he had communicated to them at the first his Quest, they would have shared his eagerness, but he kept it to himself, as he bad kept his own counsel In San Francisco, and he straltly charged his sailing master to say nothing of it Consequently the lookout on the cross-tre- e on a certain summer morning, catching sight of a dim, bine haze on the horizon far oft to starboard, made no report of It What was the use? It would only de lay matters and they were within a few weeks of Honolulu now, and an other fortnight beyond HawalTVouId bring them back to the United States, for which they all longed with the de sire of men who had been away from home and confined to the narrow decks of a cruising ship for over a year. Something as -- to whether it was Providence or not he was somewhat doubtful in his mind afterward-brou- ght Langford on deck before his usual time for rising, Th watch was in charge of a rather sleepy, stupid second officer, wttaagiBatire and n observant He hd sot noticed the land which it was difficult to see front the dck at any rat, eyelaUy as jM wot H th yacht in? fore-topma- Mwn for an hour or an hour and a half. In fact, we'll presently have to slow down. I don't like to dash in full tilt so near land through these unknown waters, nnd you will do well sir, to go below ana get a bite to eat" "Your advice is good," said Lang ford, turning away and entering the cabin. Never had man les3 appetite than he. Somehow, he could not tell why, he felt certain that this which would be his last attempt, would not prove fruitless; that his search hitherto uncovered to him a cloudy blink in the availing would now be rewarded. Ho of the Qawn wn,c the chart of " took time to ,anil fcnow BO no land those seas. It was quite possible he charted in those seas, for he had care- thought, for the woman to have made fully studied the chart the night be- that particular Island before them fore, saying nothing to anyone, for he from the point at which she had left had become somewhat sensitive about the ship. The more he studied it. (he the matter. more sure he became. He forced him He ran down the companion ladder self to break his fast, but In a short into his cabin and fetched thence a time he was on deck once more. new and powerful glass, which, upon The island was perceptibly nearer. his return to the deck, he focused Capt Harper was forward staring upon the distant point of light By through the glass. Running along the aid of those powerful binoculars the waist Langford Joined him on the he made out what it was. He was a forecastle. man of quick decision and purpose. "Can you make out anything?" said He called the officer to him, pointed the young man, catching the old one to the light, and handed the glass to by the arm. the man in question. "Aye," was the answer. "What do you make of that Mr. "Is she there?" he asked, hoarselr. Holtzman?" his heart in his mouth. The officer took a quick look 'There is a figure on the weather through the glasses, handed them back o their owner, and said laconically: side of the fire yonder." A figure!" asked Langford, trem "Land! Fire! Smoke, sir." "Head the yacht to that Island at bling so he could scarcely control himself. "Is it a woman?" once," "I can't tell. It's too far off." "Very good, sir," said the officer,, "Give me the glass." turning to the man at the wheel and "I make out another figure. There ordering the helm to be put aport. The yacht's bows swung slowly are two of them," returned Harper, round until the Island and the light slowly lowering the glass and handing it to Langford. were both dead ahead. "Two!" cried the other, rapidly fo"Now, Mr. Holtzman," said Langford. when the maneuver was com- cusing the glass, dlsappo(ntment in hl3 tone which he strove to keep out pleted, "who Is at the masthead?" "I'll see, sir," answered the second of his heart "You are right," he said at last, "there are two figures, officer, stepping forward. "Bring him to me," said the owner but 'tis Impossible to make them out" He handed the glass back to the as the officer turned away. In a few moments the officer came captain, who In his turn fixed it again back to the quarterdeck followed by upon the island. "They are going down the hill," said one of the seamen. The man looked very much frightened, for Langford Harper. "I have lost them among the was In a towering passion, and when trees. We are approaching swiftly," he was in a passion he was not a he continued. "Mr. Holtzman, half pleasant spectacle. speed, if you please." "Did you see that Island yonder?" Bells Jangled below as Mr. Holtzbegan the owner, fiercely. man rapidly set the Indicator and the "I er " speed of the yacht was quickly "Answer me!" checked. She still approached the Is"Yes, sir," said the man, desperately. land with sufficient rapidity, however, "You did?" and after perhaps 15 minutes of easy "Tes, sir." going, Capt Harper signaled her to "Why didn't you report it?" stop, fearful or any nearer approacn. The man hesitated, shifting from "What now?". asked tho owner. "I think we had better not chance It one foot to another, muttered something about a wild goose chase. Car- newer, tlr," said the captain. '"It is to the ried away by anger, Langford sprang not more than a half-mil- e at him, and would have done him bod- shore. Shall I call away the launch, ily violence, had he not been quickly or will you be rowed?" The launch was stowed amidships; restrained by the second officer. "Mr. Langford. sir," said Holtzman, the gig swung from the davits. It grasping him tightly, "recover your- would be quicker to take the gig. "I'll be rowed," said Langford. self, sir." And in a moment the voice of the The check was sufficient. "Go forward!" cried Langford, con- boatswain's mate could be heard calltrolling himself with difficulty. "Mr. ing away the crew. All hands were on deck. The conversation between Holtzman, send for Capt Harper." "Very good, sir," answered the off- the captain and the owner had been heard by many, and their tenor comicer. "And meanwhile you are to keep municated to all. Consequently when straight for that island until further "the gig manned by six of the best oarsmen in the ship dropped alongside orders." In a 'few moments the old captain and Langford descended to the stern sheets and took the tiller in his hand, presented himself before the owner. "Harper," began the young man, im- the crew spontaneously manned the periously, "the lookout this morning rail and sent him off with three ringdeliberately failed to report that land, ing cheers. It did not take the men long to that island yonder. I want him disrat ed and his pay stopped. Put him in cover the distance between the mothe gig and set him ashore at the tionless ship nnd the Island. As they approached the latter, they perceived first civilized port" 'Very well, sir," said the old sailing the barrier reef, which, unless, they master, not daring to remonstrate un could find an opening, would effectually prevent their getting on the shore. der such circumstances. "Do you Jcnow that island?" contin Langford swung the boat about at a Judicious distance from the reef, over ued Langford. No, sir,' answered Harper. " Tis which the sea always broke with more not set down in any chart I have or less force, and closely scrutinized the line of foam. Tho coxswain of never heard of it before. "Harper," said the other, laying his the boat who rowed the stroke oar hand upon the old man's arm, "It's our also followed with his eyes the Jagged was last chance. We are passing out of the reef. Iton thohe whT3etected the two beach of the island waislands, if she be not figures region of these ving palm branches and apparently there, we shall acver find her." pointing. He called the attention of "I am afraid not, lr." an idea that our quest is Langford to the figures, and suggest "I have going to be successful this morning," ed that the inhabitants were trying to show an opening through the barrier. returned Langford, eagerness flushing Following the indicated direction his thin face. hope so, sir," answered the other. presently smooth water was discov"I Langford headed the boat for "There Is somebody on the island, evi- ered. dently, for they have lighted a fire. It it The men bent- to their oars, and soon parted should be a signal. It plight be sav- lagoon. The-ttfp-the quiet waters of the . figures stood In ages of some kind." Why should they plain view ufiOtmge.beach s.tlIl;,toJ-fa- r "It's not likely. signal a ship? And how should there for those InUhgibpf to make)J&ttwJio they were, -- lnjord. could ;'alyi see be savages on a lonely island like this, that one wasajlen than thelMiter; 500 miles away from any other land? upon It captain 'Us that both w;erjdjrsed in sojnesprt-o- f You may depend loose tunic that fell to tho knees-ansome castaway who wants help,, and left why not she? Indeed, I am sure It appointed,the arms bare. He was disand yet hopeful. The sub must be." The Rnmpthlnir nf thfi man's COnfidencC- - tPense was almost unbearable. were infected the old sailor. He tookpiP '.men anxiety dolwr their utmost, sppinp fthe in his face, but their ut the glass irom wnere it lay onjq& most cabin skylight and going forward stud- man. was too slow for the" .impatient ied the island. " Tis one of those volcanic Islands, CHAPTER XIV. I take It," he said as he came back. "It seems to be covered with trees." Past and Present There Is a hill rising from the midst "How long do you think It will bo of It The fire is on the top. There should be an encircling reef round before they will be here?" aiiked the about it and deep water up to the man, after they had sat silent on the hill to windward of the fire watching vc-rbarrier." the trail of smoke. "Could you see anything else?" "I should think that it would be per""No, sir. No glass would reveal anything more at this distance. Try for haps an hour or a little more. Why?" she returned, after a moment pause. yourself, Mr..Langford." He handed the binoculars to the. "Are you anxious to have tlera hero?" For the life of her she qbuld not owner, but his own scrutiny revealed nothing more than the captain had keep the bitterness out of her quesThe man looked at her in surj tion. told him. "How are we going now?" hesald.J prise. She had never lost her temper tbofore him in the years they bad been looking over the side, "About eight I should Judge, slf,',; jojjeuier. 'mere had been something jsmsuiany simpje, tree and unre-answered Harder, ainca in tneir me. nothing had "Let us hsSvtf'full speed until we get! er occurred to vex her, at, least not nearer." tfiqr the man had known enough to "Very good, sir." it She. was a woman! bf sunny. The captain turned and spoke word to the second officer, who sig- eyen temper under any circumstances, naled to the engine room, and - la a and she had felt It incumben- - upon her few moments the motion of the great to be as nearly perfect asf possible, vessel through the water was percep- - since she represented humanity to hiss, nor had it been a dltfjcult task Ublv accelerated. to be gentle. This lash of for therefore, struck him as A Des Moines man had an attack of oaethlBg entirely jwvelL In" his muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. f asaaseBReat for a moment ke ' forxot A friend advised him te eo"fto Hot tk Injustice of unkind-aeof It Bprings. That meant &h expense of "He looked at it the her strangely) aad Bald $100.60 or more. Be soubt for a quick er And cheaper way to eur it and found. urn jb mb Berlin's Three why: daysfttorihe first appJcatke ef tfefe "Tou kow that it k 'act that, iioinBi ue was wen. f or sal by an " y --. sun, and as It had not been reported from the masthead, he knew nothing of It. uangiord bad found sleep Impos sible. The year of search, the constant disappointment, the pressing sense of mystery, the feeling that his conduct was Indeed Irreparable had preyed upon him. He was thin, worn, nervous and irritable. He walked up and down the deck in the cool of the morning tninKing. For three years practically he had had this woman before his eyes as the goal of bis efforts. Now she was gone, ,and he must conceiv trate his life upon something else. He gazed languidly and Indifferently about the horizon, his unpracticcd eye noticing nothing for a time. Suddenly, however, staring off to starboard listlessly during a pause In his steady tramp, he thought he caught a glimpse of light, He looked idly in the direction whence the reflection had come for a few moments and saw It again; a thin cloud of smoke, or was it haze, rose above it. He was puzzled by it, of course, and stood staring. The con- - He had Beyer heard4 the words that lovers use, and although he knew that her name was Katharine, and" he believed that his was John, and though sometimes they made use of these names, generally they palled each other by the broad generic terms which stood for sex. Names are only for differentiation and identification in any event, and here was no need for .such appellation. She loved to call him "Man," and she loved to hear him call her "Woman." ftYou know," he said, "that 'tfs not I who- brought the world upon us." "I was unjust unkind," she answered quickly enough, stretching out her hand to him. "You must forgive me. You see even the approach of yonder ship brings bitterness Into our hearts and into our speech." "I guessed that It would be so when I saw you weep," said the man. "I wish now that I had not given you the flint and steel; that I had not allowed you to light the beacon." "My friend, it had to be. Don't reproach yourself for that Sooner or later this island would have been vis ited by some one. Sooner or later the ship would have come to fetch us - He Focussed Upon the Distant Point of tight. off." "But we were so happy here," he protested, "Yes she answered, "but not since yesterday "Are you unhappy because I love you?" "Because," she made swift to reply. "I am uo longer-su- re' that you will love me always." "But you love- - me, do you not?" he questioned, eagerly. "Yes." "Are you sure of yourself?" "Absolutely." "Why not of me, then? Am I less true? Do I love-lethan you?" "Not now." "What Is the difference between us, then?" i nave seen tne worm ana vou nave -ss -- silent" "What then?" "But I tell you that will make no difference; that " "No man can say that who has no experience to draw upon." "You are my mentor," said the man, gently. "You have taught me all I know, but sometimes I think that about some things I know more than you, and this Is one thing of which I am sure." "Yes," said the woman, "you can be sure so long as conditions remain as they are at present, "but other times, other manners " "You have something to tell me?" interposed the other, swiftly. The woman nodded. "You said yesterday you would tell me Why not tell me now?" "Because " She hesitated. , "Are you afraid to tell me?" . "Yes." she said. "Afraid of what?" fiffs Y "SnWi "Of losing you." "Banish that fear." "But 'tis not that that keeps me to-da-y. not" ;' on what I say when I say It." "I would have the world's comment "The world's comment! What is the world's comment to me?" "A test a trial of It breaks my heart, you must know." "If you feel that way about it" said the man resolutely, "you need tell me nothing at all." It was a brave thing to say, for her mysterious words filled him with dubiety and dismay. JHo had no Idea what It was that she could tell him. He had no experience by and through which to embody her vague hints Into something rea",and tangible. He knew that he was terribly grieved, and but that he had no way to describe the pain of Jealousy, he would have said that he was racking with that unhappy emotion. "Tell me nothing," he repeated again, "if it grieves you." "Are you afraid of the test?" she asked, swiftly. "I am afraid of nothing, except losing you." "I am not worthy of you," returned the woman, "as I told you, but if you will still have me if you will take me when I have said what I must say, and when the world has said what it will say, then I shall be yours as long as I live." "It Is well," said the. man. "I wait the ship now eagerly that I may show you that what I have said Is true." "The vessel is nearer now," she said at last rising from where they had been seated together upon the grass absorbed In each other, and pointing seaward. "Yes," he answered, "I can even see the figures upon the deck." "Your brother men." "Will there be some women on the ship?" "I do not know," she answered, quickly. "It Isn't likely. Do you wish to see other women?" "None," was the instant answer. "I wondered if my brothers would bring you sisters. That was all." There was absolutely no dissimulation about the man. There bad been no coquetry about her. He would simply have failed entirely to understand what it was. He was as honest, as straightforward, as absolute simplicity and sincerity must ever be. and she had met him exactly on his own ground. It was impossible, therefore, for her to misapprehend his mere casual Interest. She stood quietly studying the approaching vessel. As she did so. It came to her mind that there was something strangely familiar about he oncoming ship. She stared longer, and the conviction grew upon. her. When she realized it she clasped her hand to her heart with a sudden gasp and turned a white face upon him. He was all solicitude in an instant "What is the matter?" he cried. "Your face Is white; you look so strangely." "It Is a sudden pain," she gasped, terror aifddlsmay constricting her your-feeling- s! Jf Hatred and resentment in which the man of the island participated. What sorry Jest had blind fate played upon her? She moved farther away from her companion under the constraint of these thoughts, and when he would have approached her nearer, she flamed upon him in sudden anger that left him appalled. But under the influence of It he kept his distance- - She saw the way of the yacht checked Sha saw the boat dropped from the davits and manned by the men. She saw a figure, too far off to recognize, but which she divined must be his, descend the battens from the gangway. She saw the little boat headed toward the shore. Then she turned to the man. He was standing with folded arms, his brow black as midnight staring out to sea. He knew nothing, comprehended understood nothing, nothing, suspected nothing. His only realization was that' she, his gentle goddess, whom he had loved, was angry with him, so far as he was concerned, without rhyme or reason- - or cause. The stoppage of the ship, the lowering of the boat, its approach to the Island were now matters of indifference to him. She was angry. He could think of nothing else and there In his dismay. wa3 bewilderment Nothing had given him power to solve the enigma of her conduct. Where she gazed with serious intentness, he looked listlessly. Her heart smote her again. The sense of Justice upon which she prided herself came to her rescue. She stepped close to him and laid her hand upon his arm. "Forgive me!" she murmured and her heart leaped within her bosom to meet the great flush of pleasure In bis face as he responded Instantly to her caress and her appeal. "You said you knew men," the man asked as they threaded their way through the trees and won the hill along the familiar path, "do you know anyone on that ship, do you think?" The question was an absurd one under almost any other circumstances than that Yet chance had shown him the one point in her armor and his Innocent and casual question had driven Into her soul a stab. Evasion should have been easy. Indeed, his trust In her was so great that deceit would have been simple. But she had always told him the truth and she could not begin now. "Yes." she said, "I think I do." He stopped abruptly, Illumination and anguish, 'the light of pain in his soul.. "Was it because you know that man that you suffered so on the hill?" "Yes," she said, again forcing herself to speak. "Ie he one of those who loved you?" "He said so, but " "And you, did you love him?" "I hate him." "Why?" asked the man sternly. "Had he injured you In some way?" "In the greatest way," she answered with deepening gravity. And here her sense of Justice pricked her. "But it was partly my fault- "And have you forgiven him?" he asked with a little softening of his voice. To him forgiveness was as natural and inevitable as breathing. In his ethics there was no other course. He had never had anything to forgive, be it remembered. 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By the woman's directions Just before they reached the shore, the man picaca up two ratten branches of palm They ran to the' beach opposite the entrance and waved the palm branches above their heads. It was too far for the voice to carry and there was too throat She waveredVHe thought she was much noise from the breakers on the going to faH;He stepped closer to reef if the distance had been shorter. beauty enough to mano But the men in the boat evidently her and put 'his' arm about her. caught sight of the signals and under "No, no!" she said, repulsing. self highly agreeable. It was the first- command she bad stood them, for she was presently given him In those bygone days when about and In a few moments they saw wish to see faces light w i her prow cut the blue waters of the he had stood dumbly before ber. joy and satisfaction just "No, no!" she pushed him away. "I lagoon through the one entrance to the barrier. The man and woman stood shall be all right" in amonf; the customers . silently, a. little apart watching the "And has the approach of men deprived me of tho privilege of touch- swift approach. Unerringly steered, tho boat struck the gently shelving ing "you?" he asked, wistfully. "What beach bows on, and a last sturdy Is the matter?" "Don't ask me now," she answered. pull drove her fairly out of the water. The man In the stern sheets rose, "I I cannot explain." The vessel was nearer now and as stepped forward between the oarsmen she stared It came to a stop and and leaped out on the sand. swung broadside to the reef. There The present was In touch with the Ot PrifAS ini was no mistaking It. It was the South- past conventional faced the unconern Cross, She knew s well as she ventional, civilization and primitive Telephone 62 knew her own face. .'hiitiilng which confronted cna another. ehe had dreaded so when,' she fled from that vessel in thetlayiBch, which Continued on next page? In-she had dreaded for a the isfirst period of her soJourn-09- , the waJ the Cured Tn His Own Home land, had come to" pass". very yacht from which-sh- e had esTown. caped. Undoubtedly It bore"the man We have enlarged our warehouse and can hanLexisgto-jt- , "from whom she had -- ftgdTIel lad Y. T. P. "Thigh t condle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin-Sen- g come to claim her. Of . &UtMeteeia-in- g nected with the Central Fire Station, millions which the worUjh'e'ja, Ula living at 235 E. flth St tells the ways and Feathers that y.ou bring. Rememwas ho whom she wouJeVfalnj have for his fellow townsmen to be cured of ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides avoided, Rather anyeacad' leyery kidney and bladder ailments as he hi Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. one had "come to her taan',ke! phat was cured. ''.For two or three years Bring what you have would happen when these jaen; t? I HAVE FOR SALIw THE The story that she would have tM I had kidney trouble. I had a severe htm In her own way. .had tke pain across my back, and tho action of ww wmKmt. A lWf HUM Uia T ship not appeared, the story thai site my kidneys seemed at times to stop. I -heard of Foley KidBey IJUJs and ot KCfMirs or an Kittds ot Machtacry. would have told him on her decks, hsd that ship been other than R was, some and took them ad fat a few days my he must now learn by the brutal forca the action ofpaw kklny waa free and my bok, ami totvorma, the of circumstances, through tenia com- day I anrctfred of all my kkUwy pelling necessity which she could ble, and iladiv reoommed PoUy Kid- is any way influence or alter, Sha nay PiU to all who hava kidney or Mad- m k fVJ II loathed, the man who waa eoaaiac to Her trouoie. sora oy Stockton son RICHMOND Phot 343 har, Her ChrlaUaaity treat! ia aid to-da- y taught The pupil was more devoted than the master. "There are some things," she replied bitterly, "that a woman cannot " I suffered, during girlhood, ffornwomanly weakness " writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I wrs almost and had:tq give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bii spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well cs anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an inva!J for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everythTr.2 else failed." bed-ridde- n, Cardui womlliiTonic te . Betsy's Pointers -- 't.' - F Lackey & Todd oV Ine Home and Snnarp Dm it-a- , Big Prices For Hid si-se- lf to-da- y nt M. WIDES ' VVtien You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. wIt is difficult for most of us totiuy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how 'rapidly your home becomes attractive w,ith new things, if you follow this pkuTof adding something new" every spring. " Suit and Overcoat Can Be Bought To Best Advantage Now his new outfit before Christmas; suits and overcoats are moving rapidly, and every day's delay makes it harder to find just what you want. Therefore, we cannot too strongly urge the importance of making your s selection before the final holiday rush. V Your Xrnas What To Buy For A Man's Christmas Gift solve this vexatious problem; for we have spent most of our lives learning what men like what best appeals to their Ifancy. Drop in before the holiday rushr and examine at your leisure our unusual showing of appropriate gifts for men and boys. "We mention a few of them below: -- We can help you A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Fine Neckwear No man ever had as many ties as he wanted, and nothing makes a more suituble holiday ;if t. Splendid line of the newest styles just in from New York, some" in beautiful Christmas boxes - Hosiery No man ever had too many, pairs. We have them in fine cotton, lisle or silk; some in beautiful Christmas boxes, jtnd some with tie or handkerchief to match. Unusual values at , '4- - Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Read for your selection now. "' Now is the busy season in this clothing store; every man wants Prices 25, 50, 75 and $1 25 and 50 cents ' Mufflers Splendid variety of beautiful colors, silk, wool and fine mercerized cotton, Both knitted and woven patterns nothing more suitable for man or boj. at BENNETT and UNDER Destroys Drink Habit -k i, HiG Suit Cases a 1 A KING Kenton Suits ! show the kind that last a lifetime time to remember the giver You couldn't please him better. lor 0.00 We - J- LOCAL AND "rditiM. Tbe Ornae trMtcest 'I n Bboiete msUwo. It OTHERWISE (or wWtker, berr ud othrr o dr-.s- I W exeta xweds trnt-- z de-- th I The Kenton label is yo"ur safeguard in suit buying. It stands for honest 9 on a wagon,superior workmanship. You may trust it as you would "5tudebaker" or "Oliver" on a plow. 11 Our stock of Kenton 5uits is complete a great range of the newest shades of browns, tans, grays and blues, in sizes and special models to fit every man and don't torget that a Kenton 5uit fits as no other does. fabrics-an- d 25 50, 75, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 Gloves v 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.50, Umbrellas Suitable gifts for any man, ami here is the best place, to Hnd the styles men like: extra quality at reasonable prices ' ; - r borae m UnHirioa wtom no - m work. - a trial yea fait to pet any bene. ; im your stsnty wiB bt re-""T K prpid is two f oral & pew- t tmtmtnl. and in pt"B form. ? treat-.'Bt. It s c ewple treatment, it is ITraJIr KENTON SUITS Item l'repared for the Hurried Itcad,r. Allma'n i2-'t- $15.00, 16-5- 0, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, and $25 Other Suits $t0.00 to $12.50 Few gifts are more popular than gloves, and we show the greatest variety to select from. Gloves for all kinds of wear evening dress, day dress, driving and automo-bilin- g 'fine kid and cape and reindeer leathers, fur lined, silk lined or unlined, at $1.00 to $5.00 25, 50, 75, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 3.50, 5.0D 250. Fur Caps There are many times when Jt needs a, fur cap. Ours are elegant, fortable, durable, and not high priced Mil eom- - ;t. uii .Uc .7 1 l.o Antrr to take vetentiry tl.9 a box. We hate an. "okWl OKKIXE tfeat we are 1 ree on reuses. CaH at our aUt .'I'lUli'S it erer. DRUG STORE fcPlgg's. f A pretty youag widow soon, finds a press agent. 1 ouag man, learn lo say "Xo." Leap year is ooming. PS's Pure Apple Vinegar at Fine Handkerchiefs Tried by every tSSt, Kenton Overcoats are the best we have ever known. They fit, they wear, they keep their shape they satisfy. We show them in a great many splendid patterns, in all the newest models, including coats of weights and lengths to suit every man's fancy. s Easy to find your kind, but you'd better not wait come now while the in cotton, linen or silk, with initials or without, at Good taste approves handkei chiefs as holiday gifts, and we show the best st3les $250 to $4.00 t Suspenders, Canes, Pajamas, Cuff Let us say again : Come before the rush come while assortments are the .best come while we can give 3on our best attention but come when you will, we'll doour beat for you M Broaddus & Co., have u eel lent for storage. Knar in yew in wreaths or "SeeW. TV. Broaddus & ktads of storage. Oo. for all 2-- tf 5, 10, 15, 25,50, 75, 1.00 Buttons, Collars, 5hirts, Raincoats, Hats all make desirable gifts in The Madison County Poultry Show neat at ittaeksaiiUiiag in begins today and con;iaues until Satur Pauuiwfc' Imple-Buggia- loot, for Cali at cemetery Jambs Shaw. rest-SS-- tt Dm Breefc, fire, lightning, cyolone ami live stock insurance. tf best are here. Bath Robes son or brother .is braacfces, s, day afternoon. Kenton Coats at $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, and $25 Other Coats $8, S8.50, $10, $12.50 Very appropriate for father, husband, useful and beautiful at Carriages, Wageas, Gome to Owen McKee, Richmond res Ac, get ariees twm H. E. Ivy. for dry goods and notions. Others f. .nCity. Ky. do and why not you. tf Ledford'-- store tfe's year is Party-si- x young men injured and thir -rs for Santo Cmee. Su teen kilted, and one girl injured is the t his ettaieest goods far reeerd of the 1911 foot ball season. '.as - vaes at kk stare. CM early "Only aators and poets really live,'' pick of the )are sleek. says a seted Parisenne. But why over For Sale. look the oeal doalor at this time of the a Short bora bll calves. year? M. B. Arbucele. Ab Eastern woman says that Ameri ... " " "' . . 1 can husbands pre bores, bull tuey 1. !. Hi. 11. Lost Watch. hiii hookers, Big Rush At Sheriffs Office. The handsomest Christmas presents Celery. j Dr. ace silver watch; Btgie meie-r-'-- 1 make perfectly lovely waist rine Coomer Loses Hand in Refuses Requisition For Officials den't they? arc to be found at Wines & reward. With our Thanksgiving Turkey we The office of Sheriff David McCord Accident. Richmond Boy. as good as celery fine and crisp Jew; A. Tobd. The frame of football advertised for Will Attend Inauguration From did a land office business last Tuesday, To Assume Duties Tomorrow had have ever seen, it and Irom the we was last week between Danville and CaldHeadquauters You Wednesday and Thursday in the way of Dr. R. C. CaoBier, of Saawlwail, this a Gov. WHfeoa ifciaka a targary is Sasta Claus' market garden of Mr. Thos. J. Tribble. Madison. For Rent. well High school was called" off on ac make a great mistake ft you fail to call collecting county and state taxes, tho If vou want celery that is all celery county, mac with a serials aaafcleat faager) aaless is apMwats lo mare ihart or count of saow. Tu.illagjrard's roridonoe of crisp and tender and not stalk, telephone while oat haatine on last Tuaaday. He are dollars. Mtfssetl Winkler, of Ricn at Ledford's store As the date for the inauguration of total amount collected on these days exT. J. Tribble or better still, telephone Broadway. Apjdy to ' a tooth Governor-ele- ct James B. McCreary ceeding sixty thousand dollars. Sheriff Tomorrow night will see several yourgrocor to send you Tribble s celery, shot and crippled a bird aad waifeav Mad. Tor wham he ntmtmi a raqu.s,-tioIf ''an eye for an eye and Mr. Geo. Goodloo has purchased the J. B. Hahris. tempting to piek up tbe game-- with hk anlass givon a ggamctaa that far a tooth" held good all dentists interest of W.A. Langford in the form draws nearer greater interest is being McCord and his deputies, Messrs. Sim changes in the Richmond City Council. f . PkeaeSae left hand, the gaa wniafc was hi his Destroyed by Fire. oast the Sa4a nnlhiaa;. is an e manifested bv our citizens, and it is mons, Bush and Deatherage, were kept On that night the new council compos watrtd be wearing porcelain grinders al City Laundry. aad has sarved a lam for estimated by those in a position to know busy from early morning until late in ed of Ed Bybee, Robert Golden. W. T. The tobacco barn and contents of B. right hand at tha Uhm, was aacidaaially coa-Thand Ike oculists would be blind. Office For Rent Who said the Richmond Commercial that one thousand people from Madison evening" on these days receiving Vaughn: T.T. Covington, Jeff Stone and B. Million, six miles from Richmond, discharged, the shot tearing his Mt He oastted at laaa twa Gtrk, don't get rash in your infatu- Club' was dead Read "Commercial county will bo present to witness the money and writing receipts. The occasion T. S. Todd, will bo sworn into office, the was destroyed by fire last Sunday night. hand to saoh aa ex teal that apuaimi shacks la this aky aw aaHhar mm uipned wish water aad heat The blaze is believed to have originated Pes-r--n tien; when the gilt wears off the shal, :pg on Secona atreet. Club" olsewhere iu this issue. urs. saaana aaa uieoa ( ror as maen as ar oauai: aai threo first named gentlemen taking the from a fire built by some huntera with was ceremonies incident to the induction for this rush on tho part of tho 6a. low little gods, you are sure to discover January tat, JBU. was to avoid the penalty which is places of Messrs. Emil Lobrisch, John in a few feet of the barn. The loss is were samnaaed and perforated- - the Willsoa ref to have him If you are interested in Richmond's into office of Madison's honored citizen. tfcey are merely brass after all. DaQSbAS & SlMMOXS g Dr. Coomer u oae of iha back. Aeeardiatr to iha athias a aum estimated at about five thousand dollars operation. friend and prescribed by law on all taxes not paid Sexton and Everett Berry. welfare, go to the Commercial Club Mr. J.H. Kennedy, a most popular physicians in the eonaty J caa forgo all he dairas if ha will limit The retiring Councilman, Messrs. with srriall insurance. admirer of Governor McCreary, will act by December 1. The United Sons of Coifed erato Veter meeting next Monday night. BIG SALE and much sympathy is extended him in the size of his tnrgrri. - Winchester Berry, have all as chief marshal of the parade,and is havans will raise 1 200,000 to erect monu obacco Growers Will Lose Lohrisch, Sexton and and have given McCord Bros. Purchase Farm, his unfortunate accident. The sale of stock and farming imple ing printed handsome badges of silk rib w hi Bar- - ments to tbe memory, of Southern sol covt and made good, councilmen, leai oc rat Messrs. E. P. and J..A. McCord pur ments of Hon-- . B. J. Clay, Saturday, was bon, on which is inscribed: "McCreary s Money. "Sow is the tine to dsers and Southern women. good sorvicf) to the city. Tho"Jtdmlnis- - chased last week 200 acres of land from well attended anu, takon as a whole, has had Home People," and Burley tobacco is now selling at a t ration just closing has been a very suc- Lewis Xeale, paying for same $95 per Col. J. P. Morgan, the New York everything brought fair prices. outiot to me has prepared handsome bannors to be used price below the cost of production. But cessful one from an improvement stand- acre. The land part an the Chenauit road, and is a of banker, dropped the collection plate in MoKea meek. If Conkey's Roup Remedy don't cure on this auspicious occasson. few farmers will get a prico this year point. During the past two 7ears, un farm which was purchased several ehuroh the other day. But be has not As tho inauguration takes place nest nhat will net them a profit, others will der the able leadership of Mayor Samuel years age by Mr. eale. The land pur- your wheezing, moping, sneezing aim dropped the Harmon boom basket Christmas Bazaar. wollenheaded chickens; your money Tuesday, Dec. 12th, it will be well for break even on the proposition, while the Rice, tho citv officials have reconstruct- - chased by Mctord llros. has no i til Xieetaa Ctrete a Ue The SleCreary Guards.organized when cheerfully rofundod at Stockton's Drug those who contemplate going to Frank jreat bulk of the growers will actually ed a numhor of streets, sewers have provements. ohm re wilt hed a .McOreary was first Governor, ,will ap Store. Santa Claus headquarters this yoar fort to notify Mr. Kennedy at onco so lose money. What then of tho future? been put in, and block after block of will be at William rwli i.aar. Daaesber M. Place pear on inauguration day in their old A large tobacco barn on the farm of that enough badges may be provided, as. The pooler is more convinced now Uian concrcto walks have been put down, the posite Hotel Gyndon. Ledford's store, op : -..unced later. Mucuniforros and carry old Springfield W. II. McMillan in Bourbon county all who march in the parade should ever that some sort of a latter being accomplished without any rifles. A Cool Experience. was destroyed by fire Thursday eve wear a badge, in order that tho visitors- method of handling and selling tobacco undue hardships on the owners of tbe Fine R. I. Reds for Sale. The Fire DepartTo spend the night in the chicken I Five governors arc to participate ning. The barn was full of tobacco, in Frankfort on that day may form an mrfstbe dovised in order to make its abutting property. z '.ecided to dkeowttnae heusement has been run in an economical house would prove very uncomfortable! no clue as to the origin of opinion of the esteem in which Governor- production profitable Lexington YoXi donrii; the wfaMer. I have for in the inaugural ceremonies at Frank and there is way and the efficiency when the mercury is low and wind and business-lik- e McCreary is hold in his home -elect are the fire. They . howlinz and the snow falling. Yet this w arrain aeweral deeea Rhode f rt on the 12th of December. Bradley of the service improved. it is to you? way to MoCreary, Buckner, Beckham, Our townsman. Mr. Alejc. Bowles, will county is what came near happening to one oi I J 'wi cluckeos. Head-en- d Address Collision. The new members of tbe council are our well known voung farmers and chic ' Take lunch with the Baptist ladios and AYillson. have charge of the official band at the Gee. 8. OenKdivs, The midnight passenger train from all well known and competent businoss ken fanciers. In making the rounds of I to Officers. It is This band Saturday, Dec. 9lh, atMasonic Temple. Cincinnati Thursday night ran Editor J. M. Alverson, of the Ander Inauguration on Dec. 12. Iletel Olyadea. into a mon of Richmond, and will work in evening work, feeding, etc., he was un musi which to son News, and a former Richmond boy, will bo composed of twenty-si- x freight train at Shearer. The 'freight harmony with Councilmen Covington, intentionally locked in oneoi nis nouses i Thanks. by his brother. On discovering nis pre Stray Steer. will have no opposition for assistant cians Irom lxiuisviue, uexinsiuu A. C. Infirmary was going onto the switch to givo the Stono and Todd, who were The ladies of the P. to dicament he called manfully for help. for for cer with straight heoK: weigh- - clerk of the Senate, Jessie held the lob Cincinnati. Board and the nurses want to thank all through train the right of way when the a second torm. The caucus held soveral but in vain, and it was only by prizing for will give1 ' ? 7K) pettad C. B..Tliorpe has purchased the gro those who so generously and cheerfully collision took place and was running at dtsaafeared down last session. weeks ago in jrhich the-- officials of the the door open that ho gained his free fond of chic He says he ember 17 frem Braeet. Par "It does not always take brains to cery business of Gates Bros, near the L. contributed on Donation day and also at slow rate of speed when the passenger citv were selected1 for next two years dom. but not to the is verv that he wants paid him. It is extent came in contact with the freight engine. will be ralii'ed by the council at their kens make monev," observed the falser 01 & X. depot. Mr. Thorpe is well known tho churches on the first Sunday in s' ..-- Address to breathe so much "fowl"' air these will do business. J. W. CHBiSrOTHUR. The engineer of the passenger train dis- meeting tomorrow evening and tbe new cool nights. strictly the college boy as he looked over that and ery popular and lie Red Hease. Ky. covered the freight train in time to re officials will assume their duties on young man's expense bill," "but it sure IT is a "nusher" and a "puller, You Lecture on Japan. Sunday School Convention. pushes his business and pulls the trade. verse his engine and had succeeded in 'January 1. does'take money lo make brains. Notice to Oeditors. Miss Stella Lewis, for many years a reducing the speed before the two train conyention of the Madi The annual experitraining Harvey Douglas purchased, last week Roast some nice wheat in an oven. Dr. Snowden Buys Farm. son county sunuay scnooi associauqp missionary to Japan, will lecture Wed came together. The engines were slight I "sons bavmg claims or any city .Monday nignt ai add a "little good butter and NewO(reans from Rev. F. P. Smith, of Indianapolis, nesday night at tho Christian church at ly damaged, causing a delay of a few is. r against the estate of Lucien Master Commissioner H. C. Rico sold convened in this coneo mm.anu Ind., bis farm ou Mudd7 Creek, con the Christian church, lesterday and molasses, grind it rrs are hereby notified le preseatT is a part 7 o'clock. The lecture is free, and the hours In the arrival of the fast trains last week at public auction 110 acres or last night the meetings wero held in the I Is THE BEST? Which some of the finest cereal coffeejyou taining 113 acres. The farm cordially invited. Tivi as required ky tow. to the have A number of our citi- land near Indian Fields to Dr. John Presbyterian church. Dr. Crabbo, who J into this city. of the Sam Deatherage place, and was public is overdrank: Jt saves money, too. president ot the association, nao eJ executors at Ike Waco De-- . zens were aboard tho passonger, but Snowden for $015. Dr. Snowden was is purchased by Mr. Douglas for 815 per If is interesting program, which Wills Probated. aside from a terrible jostling nono of formerly a resident of Paint Lick, but nlanned an to completion. The ad :ih AVaca, Koatusky, on or be-- Elder G. P. Simmons, formerly of this acre. .. was carried a w?i I -In county court, Monday last, the them were any 'the worso for ware. . for is uary L 19t, or saoh claims city, but now a resident 01 jicnoiaa recently moved to Winchester to reside, dresses of Rev. George A. Joplin, o for him. If The latfies of the Christian church. wlfts of Creed Gott and Sidney Stocker " has been selected as one 01 iour vtlle, arrd Ir.you are going to use holly for a.rist- AF. it. who conducted the bazaar at the Ma were probated. Mr. Gott left his prop will J. J. n Extensive Arrangements. C. L. SBJt.ncT, delesrates to represent the mas decoration, telephone your order sohools of tho county were largely rep sonic Temple, Saturday last;, wish to erty o his wife and two sons. Mr. The railroads of the state have made or Kentucky at the National Wjr. Bbstok, Leacue t resented, and interesting talks on all donors who contributed so Stocker left 275 acres of land near extensive arrangements for transporta to James Shaw at cemetery. Executors of Luoiea T. Grigcs. Convention which meets in Washington thank the forms of modern Sunday school work cheerfully and liberally, and especially Whitlock. which is to Be. divided tion of people from all parts of 25--4 1 City, December 3 jjpcember L 1611. Madisonian Commits Suicide, were heard. to thank their friends, who, by their ebuall3' between his five children inaugura wish to attend-thA telegram from HamUton.Ohio.gives D VAmnr Wntkins. of Paris, a brakeman nresenco and "open purse," made the chmv fw,?n; Todav. 1 1 tion at Frankfort on Dec. 12. . .. .7 " the following account of the suicide of BAZAAR. & N. freight train, was missed enterprise the great success that it was. B. P. O. E. Memorial Service. on an L. " The L. & N. R. R., over alivo to tho Marsha.ll Parks of Berea, this county: when the train reached Richmond, The order of H. P. O. E. is an Ameri accommodation of the public and with The regular monthly meeting of the "Marshall Parks, 23. who came here the rcKee Skating Rin today for Saturday, Dec 9, 1911. rarinv niirhL and a search revealed and is not found in any can institution an eye. to business, have put special frnm Vadium county.KentuckT. ''several I the first annual exhibition of poultry 11 city council will be hold in the city country except the United States and itt. fiis mancled body thirty mHes'back. hall tomorrow evening. The mayor and possessions. The first Sunday in Dec trains, well equipped as to service, on weeks ago discovered late today that an Stock for this fair began 10 arrive last Is believed he fell from tbe top of the .0 .1c Tewple, byladtes' Aid all of its line. In many cases parlor old sweetheart had married in Hamil- members of the council are always fC f hS. who ember of each year is set aside an train. . society of Baptist Oburch. Shampoo PaH. have our'citizens attend these "Memorial Day" on which to remembci' cars will be attached and when needed ton. - The discovery made tho young nave woriced faithfully and patiently We want you to try Rexall issued glad to Rpnratarv of State Bruner has Doors open at sleepers have been arranged for. A man despondent and going to his room for the success of this undertauing. meetings and see for themselves now as advertised in the Saturday Evening Pom. If Go aad See. bank charters lo the Peoplo's Bank of thfiir affairs, which are intrusted to and pay respect to their departed dead; special will leave Richmond at 8 a, m he swallowed carbolic acid, dying just ihose wno na does not satisfy you. come back to u aad gat-yoThis is mandatory and every lodge in cur purse ateBg wHth yu a:td Dunnville and the Hargis Commercial these officials, are conducted. , and returning leave Frankfort at C p. m. as he reached M!ercy Hospital. After money, it belongs to you aad we waat you la ha -- Want dii- be-l- n im, the country .observes the day. e smog. You have no fflea, Bank, of Jackson. - The banks will S1.9D. This rate, $1.30, taking the acid. Parks is supposed to play of fancy fow,. The finest bred it. You didn't f promise or sign anythiac. v lodge observed tho day Round trip faro Col. "Coqney" Neff, ot Richmond, was days. Tho Richmond business within the noxt ten ijare tned it, hew good you will also hold good on the regular train tiofa tnnrarrlc tha Miami and I rhlrtnn. ducks, creese, turkevs. pig- MERE WORD IS ENOUGH. Commercial Bank will be here yesterday and tells The Messenger with appropriate services at the Pres leaving Richmond at 7:20 a. m. and re I eons. etc.. in the State of Kentucky wn r. having helped a good cause Th Hariris .mnnit i t.... j Tho Elks met at ?"yar"-rZthat everything is in readiness for the bytorian church. exhibition at the rink day and . be managed by Alex Hargis. city their lodge room and in procession turning leaving Frankfort at 4;30 p. m. oeiore no couiu renuu ui !h'durin!r the remainder of the week. big poultry show to be hold ip his Our readers are not interested in the came here expecting to find his old J t honed that our citizens will this week. Entries have been made marched to the church where reserved schedules for other parts of the state. sweetheart and marry her. The boy's J attend tho poultry show and in this! from all over the State, "and the biggest seals had been arranged for them. The Suffice increases head removes and prevaafcs daadraa'. Imanner contribute towaru me success ntw iiwauja it to say that every town and r..t..i. UUU W MM T...ithtr" I . IttkUCt U Alt chicken show ever held in Kentucky is address was delivered by Judge J. M". It is esok me uuueiia&iuK. comfort promotes hair health aad heaaty. hamlet in the state has been provided assured. Several local lanciers will at Benton, one of Madison county's sonu. the The pecially pfeasiag to ladies because it leads ia make Goose Bone Presented To iur 11113 arrangements v made at " rink for. x -tjrul and make entries. Danville Mes of whom wB-i- re DAUIUIHUU proud, now living iu J ''iu " the hair soft, silky, aad Unify aad teesv i usa. Climax. attractive.- - The wlrefencing used tot sengcr. Winchester. Narrow. Escape From Death. make the stalls was furnished by D. B. A beautiful and appropriate musical Mr.riiil AroucKie orougns to . Bhackelrord & Co.. and adds great tv to It's not much for a man to say ho nrouram Whtlaout huntinglast week with his had been arranged with Mius father and Mr. Dan Breck, Keale Ben Climax offlca- Monday a goose none, one the appearance of the display have a Let us help you in your Xmas Selections. never had any enemy. Tou could write tho organ. Mesdames I of the finest specimens we havo seen in that over a cabbageOiead. It would be Ruth Crowo'at nett, Jt, had' a very narrow escape from many years. This bone is taken from Laid to Rest wide variety in carefully chosen goods in GBallard, Elmer Tate, Miss Elder and death. annronriate in an essay on mush or a Bennett discovered Mr. William Parrish. one of our old citi Traynor rendered of the goose and with the the breast It makes a urst- Mcsjers. Arnold an panegyric on putty. squirrel and suggested to his son that older citizens is a never failing baromet zens, was nuriea jl nanKsgiving- monuux Is in Rexall anthem, and Miss Elder and Mr. beautiful city of the dead In our class epitaph above the grave of an or. oa he dismount and shoot the animal, and realizing our ignor Wednesday morning. Elder E. )). Arbuckle. Traynor a solo each. He died in Lexattempting to get off of his horse, er. Mr. we attempted to read the. If you never did anyuiing to mako any Cecil REXALL This anna when pronounced the invocation as in where ho had lived soveral years. I .t . I.i . . n . Um .1 1 body mad at you, yon haveleen called Barnes young Bennett's foot caught in the stir i large arid weather, gave us instruc A numoer oi ihcuvis uiui. uia oi the lou should well a& the benediction. A Ihe occa rup and ho fell to tho ground, suspend- forecast to how proceed. According to railwm station, and went at once to a man throuffii courtesy. tions as audience enjoyed apply for a place as a dummy in a win appreciative ed by one limb. This frightened the tVi hone, as interpreted by Mr. Ar-- tha rcaieterv. Elder E. C- - McDougle Yew " oannot, buy it at any other store ia this wijidn a tew appropriate remarKs, ck-- i sion. Sow la a clothing siore. horse which began to lunge, but fortuji "buckle, "winter would not begin until citv. Rememhar we uaraatee Itexalt ""08" ShamW. with a beautiful prayer. Mr Para'ely the young man's father, who was i...'..tl..itM wfaathar sttrnal was far Irish's sisters. Mrs. Cy Fox. Mrs. Sam poo Paste givw entire satisfaction. This, sape , uw, u i v. i ,i acu ..... u Wonwn ani I'KHaranted'-apaWe- s Appropriate things for Hen, also mounted, from some unaccountable WL-- n to aH the many otlsec' KaM). tho breast nlate." RUrht herd II "eipshim i mis . nic 11 nKR znu wi h tinnff , cause, seized tne horse by the bit before . Yoa risk bo money by tryiag . j.i j ,i IrVltt l,Sra V.A I ...t ).passed -away. "Billy rarrbh. as I preparationsChildren. Early shopping means the pick .w in 11 ICilU iUIU ..l.l WO SIOPVWU UUt his son attempted to dismount and suc- evidently had reversed tho bone, as win he was known to his friends of long of the stock. You Are Invited he ceeded in holding the frightened animal one oi ter has been with us for over a month. wo. was at one time ousmeos our i until Sr. Breck came up and relieved and a very severe form. bibu. Mat active. in He aoseessed that hapay. genial nature the young man from- - his perilous positie was Sooel&l alie&tiatr has been given to that always makes tnaads. Had it not Jeen for tho fore 7 tion. Main at raars of a e. but had been out of ac thought of Mr. Bennett in taking hold tile aalaction- - of oar gaoda for Christ- - tive life for many years oa account ofl ".We both lose mouev when vau don t trade here" Sign oi the Big Watch of the animal as he did the horse wonfii was. We hava everything in the jew ill heaKh. Hk brother, John Parrish. at VavaUa. Me., was notlled of his airy line, and the prtaas an right. away aad hk on irowM h havo run 1 Main llhteat, aad came at once Wixaa 4h WaJTrrsoTOX. met horrible deth. t-s .i 4.00, 5.00, 6.00, Covington and Banks " -- One Thousand i. -- . m New Niht a fur-aar- fari I tax-paye- rs life-lon- ; r Democrats I to ; in-tn- e :. m m Anti-Saloo- want Good County Government, don't get elect Good The only yourselves as your duty taxpayers one of know positively County the nomination the candidates the Attorney the best service money a business proposition not a matter of sentiment, friendship want a lawyer or close acquaintance. and that has had the proper ence and who honest and energetic. Candidates Record that of any other better than mine vote me and mine best vote GREENLE appreciate er to an ars o. 25-2- 11-1- 5. ,- -. i"0 i LZ ". 99 r' 1 TRY IT AT OUR RISK W ar IV.t. J"'" trtrt "; " r t?eqj2& "93" Shampoo Paste n si - Price 25c a Jar. Gold, Silver, Cut - lton "93" Shampoo Paste City Only at the 5oId Store. Glass and Novelties - t.. aw.,,, .. l' - wtae-awBK- a E'. X A- 'N E West H. L: PERRY Phone eai 20 Street Rkhmood Foe Your Hair What Does Good Plumbing Mean ? It means that all work which must be covered up is so well constructed that repairs and consequent damage and annoyance will never be necessary. safely constructed attractive as welL Here Are Facts We Want You To Prove At Our Risk. the roots of the hair are entire ly dead and the pores of the scalp are jrlazed over, we do not believe that any thing can restores hair growth. Hut, when the hair roots retain any life, we believe there is nothing thai will so surely ltromoto hair growth as will Uexall "93" Hair Tonic. To prove I Hint statement, we promise to promptly rI - .. . return an .1 uie money you pay u& juri Koxall D3" Hair Tonie, should it not YVlicn OF HISTORY A MINNESOTA By A. W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS REGIMENT AT GETTYSBURG. .Chickens! hickensfl few mora Barred Plymouth Rock Copkerels and Pullets for sale Vo have a James &' WunIy Will buj' or sellyour housj farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line. Any- - business intrusted to him. will be promptly and Tftmis the time to get yohr Pullets for winter eggs. Our Pullets hegin to lay at five months old? We have Thomp-soniitrai- n. 22-t- Corsets. . COMtg And the plumbing in view must be just as as the hidden parts and be To be certain of obtaining these qualities in your plumbing work let us give you a written estimate with full details, specifying Standard" guaranteed fixtures, which will insure a --permanent and satisfactory job. tenfaPr "Occident" Bath Richmond Heating and Plutnbing Company . . Koxall "03 ' UairTenio destroys tlio germs which are usually responsible for baldness. It penetrates to the roots ol the hair, stimulating and, by promotinc circulation, nourishing them. Koxall "03" Hair Tonic helps to re lieve scalp irritation, to remove dand ruff, to prevent the hair from falling out, and to promote an increased growth of hair. It comes in two mes, prices 50 cents and.sl.00. Remember.you can obtain it only at our store The Uexall Store. H. L. Perry's Drug Store. pleaso you. I May 5ell Pooled Tobacco. It is said that the officials of the Bur- ley Tobacco Socioty are havinga largo number of hogsheads of the 1909 pooled tobacco sampled, with a view of selling same at private sale. The tobacco be ing sampled is now stored in Cincinnati, Shelbyville and Lexington. All grades are included. The Executive Commit tee is not makiog their plans public, but it is thought that there is a deal on with the American Tobacco Company for the remainder of the 1009 crop, or at least a large porportion of it, at private sale. Coory tobacco is a very scarce article. but little being in the 1910, while the ' 1911 crop does not show any more. h fvll 1 LAXATIVE SENT tive-ton- ic TO TRY AnaoHnceracnts At critical juncture during the battle of Gettysburg, when the Confederates were pressing hard at a certain point. General Hancock rode up to a body of soldiers and Inquired "What regiment Is thlsj" "The First Minnesota," was the response. "Charge that line," commanded-HancockNot all the regiment wa there, only eight companies, 262 men; while the foe against whdm they were to hurl themselves were many times that number. But It was theirs not to make reply or reason why, and not for one moment did they think Hancock had blundered. Into that gate of death they plunged, while artillery and musketry raked them with shot and shell. Straight to the mark they went, and they accomplished what they were sent to do: they checked the enemy's advance and held the' ground till reinforcements came up. But at the end of that awful fifteen minutes fifty of the 262 lay dead, one hunwere dred and seventy-fiv- e wounded, and thirty-seve- n held the line of battle." f ' A..D. and C.,D. Millko, Richmond, Ky happen, but" the best-reguiaied families keep Dr.' Thomas" Uiectic Uil for such emergencies, it the hurts. fsubtlucs the pain and-heals V in .1 AccidentstwTll carefully attended to. See him if his services are need-eWe represent iron bound reInsurance" Companies member this. d. - Suits fectly Fitted -- Gossard Corsets Per- - For, . Rent Dwelling on the- Summit; also,"lhree" n'ce rooms over store on Second street. 21-- tf Apply to O. T. Fox. Reward, $1W When you have bilious attack give The ruder or this rarr win be rleai to Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. Thej learn tht ttaerr is at lesst oue tlread-t- In alt lt to eure science baa arc excellent. For sale by all dealers. Mires, and that U been able 11.11'a Catarrh fan-l- a Catarrh. the only poaltlTe tare now known f the fraternity, Fire, Lilo, Accident and Health Insur dlseane. reqclre ratarrh betufr a cbnatitutlonal a cooistltntioaat trroliretit Cure U Hall's ance. Xlio very best old line Uompanie directly Catarrh the Mom! takentnucixw nurfaees ot Jtnillr aetlnf upon and f, the foundation Win. S. BroaddusAct the ayateni. therebr dwtroj-Inof the dlsca. ami clrtns the paOent utrcnsU constitution You will find that druggists every by buifdlnc np the work. The and awUtin? "' protr!et"r tore In dolus 1U where speak well of Chamberlain's mo mnoh falib in its euratlTO IuweT that the: One Ilnndn-Caugh Remedy. They know from long offer to core Sind Dollars ftr any rn- that I fir list of testluinUK experience in the sale of It that In cases fills Address I. J. CIIUNF.Y 4 CO.. T Icd. O. of coughs and colds it can always be de Sold br all DnissL,'. T3e. pended upon, and that it is pleasant and Tate Uall'a Famllr rtls e e rtln-llI safe to For sale by ail dealers. take. m Nuxol and Victor Suit! and Coats J ueI-lea- l 1 t-- Made to "special order" .t)j( Cs.1' fi. 'aimI material o uujritr, uu anteeu. iau ana see lJlrS and stvJe books. 1 11 - Mrs. J, A. Moores Kichnv 220 Second Street n. Automobiles Painted. Dr M. Dunn Carr, Mr. William Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a ntiflior;-ro,nrl ohllrlron in avan nrc lrfl Chenault. Mr. John S. 4n nnnnHMIinrotf man wnmnn Evidences of a prehistoric Combs.-Mr- . West Specialty. Vit if- - iij tw-- a candidate for Sheriff citv and town In America whose skins 5?.IadAsonCount5V,ubjeet to;tWe action are on fire with torturing ECZEMA been uncovered by Hugh Yates, a Daugherty, Braid Office in Bank Building. Edwards, John Mr. land owner of Pino Grove, on his rashes and ne are authorized to announce Jacob ard crustedother itchinir, burning, scaly. Edgeger. Mr. S. A. skin and scalp humors. farm in Fayette county. While excav b. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Tp INSURE YOUR Fronnlng, Dr. II. R. lavomc aruggist. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) Madison county, subject to the action of SOAP, two ating beneath a high cliff on his place Fogle, Edgar David Dr. refined preparations will For the free sample address Dr. W. tne Democratic party. HOUSE WITH Mr, xatcs came upon an immense' grave Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. ive you such quick relief that you will B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Successor to Tate & Son Hacker, Meredith Mr. and Mrs. FOR COUXTV ATTORNEY 'containing a human skeleton. ieei iiKea new person. The Aienuceiio, iiu Harvey, Mr. Icos tV e give you three reasons why we e are authorized to announce S. A. frame was of great proportions. His Hill Dr.-D Jonos as-- a- candidate for County At recommend and endorse ZEMO and E. Main curiosity aroused. Mr. Yates called in Hosking. Mr. Wm. torney ot Jiadison county, subject to ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp erup B some neighbors-- , and, armed, with picks, Hobbs, Mr. Joe the action of the Democratic party. tions. Jones, Mr. G. A. First They are clean, scientific prep they burrowed their way into tho side) We are ailflmriZMl in ntinnttnnt 7? TT Jones, Mr. James AT ONCE CROOKK a candidate for ranntv'Attnnwv arations that give universal satisfaction of the cliff and found an anclont sepul Lutes, Mr. Pete Mr. subject tn the action of the Democratic and are pleasant and agreeable, to use at cher crowded with human skeletons. parrj. Manson, Mr. Frank McCall Patterns, 10 and 15 cents all times. every gem in cur fine collecTHANTO WAIT UNTIL IT e are authorized to announce O. V. . some of them larger than the one first Malay, Mr. Robert Seeond They are not experiments. tion of jewels is, and their rich R. & G. Corsets Jackson as a candidate for McCarthy. Mr. W. J. to but are proven cures for every form of found. One of the frames measured 12 BURNS AND WISH the otlice or County Attorney of Madi- skin or scalp alfectlons whether on in Parsons, Mr. Seth color and brilliancy and unifeet. Along with the skeletons were son county, subject to the action of the fants or grown persons. Park, Mr. R. R. YOU HAD que and exquisite setting found curiously wrought jewels and Pfeil, Lou's Mr. Democratic party. third They work on a new princi strange ornaments, while cooking vesmake them fit gifts for a Powell, Mr. R. B. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDED ple. They do not glaze over the sur Sarme, Mr. F. M. areauthorired to face, but they penetrate to the seat cf sels and musical instruments of queer 8 .rI i Queen. We have everything MTV I? . PnU'AIJnC it announce UENJA r . Shearer, Miss Amy xxiio. cauuiuuie ioi sudesign were unearthed in great pro perintendent of Public Schools of M.nlismi the trouble and draw the germ life from Vohn. Mrs. Elsie (2) county, subject to the action of the Demo underneath the skin and destroy it. In that is new and novel in pins, fusion. The ditrgers are still at work Smith, Jliss Mary cratic party. this way a comploto cure is effected in rings, ear screws and drops SURVEYOR Ward, Mr. William ana expect to make even moro. import c any case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUP enre?Hfii1inri1 (n tinn.i. ....... Brock a candidate for Superintendent of TION. In calling for the abovo letters, pleaso ant finds. at prices that are remarkable Public Schools of Madison County, sub solicage of those its natron needi nfr snr- Endorsed and sold in Richmond bv say "advertised." ject to tne action ot the Democratic party for men, young men and boys w.!I a competent man. Address, Fresh eggs in Chicagp are like jewels for their low figure e are authorized to announce Prof. the Perry drug store. , . t 1. . C. C. Wallace, P. M. prove more convincing than any thing vi least, so me uutlerl RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. ubj'uiiu uriuo. Harvey II. Brook a candidate forSunor- and Eggs Board would have the public lntondont of Public Schools, subject to - Kentucky's Hog Crop. we can say about them In a single month a single caterpillar kmi" me action oi tue JJomocratic party. Kentucky's swine Tare fourteenth in uevours times us own woight in Men7s and Young Men's Suits coming into Chicaeo to make price JtldlciOUsIv valuo and thirteenth in number among FOR" JAILER food. atlons Avorth while,' said Presidelit . Weare authorized toannounceMORGAN thoso of the United Statos. Theso TA'iLOR a candidate for Jailer of Nadieon G. V. Bull, of the Butter and ggs " county, subject to the dctfon of the Dcmo- - figures are, according to statistics, rela Fog Hard to Pierce. 1 "Wo cannot placo a valuo on tive to all swine reported on farms at A dense or thick fog will obscure Board. MenTs and Young Men's Overcoats AVe are authorized to announce Clyiib the thirteenth decennial census April objects at a distance of 1,000 feet fresh eggs if thero are not any, and this KAYbcrs a candidate for Jailor of Mad- 15, 1910, A Alclt Ut HltO JTlOniC: and contained in an official The recent accident to an ocean seems to bo the condition here and all ison county, subject to the action of the statement issued Wednesday by Census steamer of the Anchor line illustrates over the country, for that matter, at the Democratic party. We are exclusive agents for Ed. V The the Tact An Iceberg was run Into as present time. Tho hens arc not laying Me aro authorized to announce X Director Durand at Washington, Price & Co.. makers of made i" Because dollar for dollar we do u mici um vumoiuu iu. . anu mat s tne wiioio trouDle. Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Blucgrass swine are worth 8S,SM0,731, measure olothos for men. We If we Madison county, subject to the action or and number 1,490,310. Theso are from passengers coma near tne ecno rrom L,mml a nimtmrnr. it wn.iM ,,,.. v t i. 800 new fall and winter not believe uiere is anything elje - "i UC ivHva. al their voices reflected by the walls ol an tne Democratic party. samples, tv e guarantee a "periecl lueai one wimi would 1116 price in I I2,173 farms reporting. Hogs and pigs Ice, though the Iceberg was Invisible on earth that brings the same fit and satisfaction FOR ASSESSOR 1,037,-149and spring pigs 452,- - to them. Otherwise, there are no case fresh eggs were being brought in." " Wc are authorized to announce GEORGE number pleasure as a home. And again, 8G7. NOLAAD a candidate for Assessor of The value and number of Ken- echoes at sea. Harsh physics react, weaken the MadlSOn Count V Kllllin-- t tn hi nrtlnn if by investing rigat here in your tucky's swine are greater than thoso in cause chronic constipation. Dowels, iuc Lreniocratir party. . w t? Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi, the We are authorize,! to nnnnnr-Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the home community you are dealing Domestic Economy. JARMAN a candidate for Assessorof Madl . ll IT n i h Centra American Medicine says that th$ siomacn, cure constipation. 25c' Ask suoject to tue action of the other states in the ism county,party win in values you understand and with to your druggist for them. Leuiucraiic division. Thus Kentucky leads this supply of housewives Is falling off We are authorized to announce ROFUS people you know; hence tha risk Iowa has the and young men delaj marriage ENKINS a candidate for AKwscnr rr geographical division. Tho color scheme of the November county-subjec- t of loss is completely eliminated. to the action of the largest total valuo of swine on farms iaaison of the decreasing purchasing election was green. Bob Greene was uciuucrauc party. Nevertheless, amounting to nearly $70,000,000. Illi- power of the dollar. What you dont know about lumYou cannot get a ood weather and waterproof roof for your FOR COUNTY CLERK we know a lot of fellows who never elected Clerk of the Court of Appeals; We are authorized tjunnnnnm T TP . . r-- ' nois ranks second, with $30,000,000, and ber wo are?lhere to tell you and building from a poor roofing. knew what the purchasing power of Green Keller was elected to tho Legis House a candidate for Countv Rprl- - fo cu wntj-ud- ii price Madison county subject to the action o ten other states, including1 Indiana with a dollar was until they married. wo may be able to help you avoid lature from Nicholas and Robertson I2D.740.000, report more than $10,000,000 The roof of your building is the most important part of it Lezuocrauc pajTK counties; Keller Greene was elected many of the mistakes that are freworth of swine each. and unless your roofinz is right, there will be no Lightning's Freak. County Clerk of Montgomery; and FOR CITY ATTORNEY ' quently made in tho selection of A strange treak of lightning la re- Green Garrett was elected Railroad Com- peace of mind for those who live "under "We are authorized to announce MURv it Hair ported from France. During a recent sioncr. Cynthiana lumber unsuited for different purHAY SMITH a candidate for Citv At. Democrat. A roof that leaks causes no end of trouble, torney of Richmond, subject to the action thunderstorm the lightning struck poses. Some lumber is O. K, for . . oi tne Democratic party. .. three byres beside a lot of damage. the departj ueauiiy man Wants Lustrous Hair ment of the In a village Inoft the cows right; an,.iunhealthyis a King in nis own utside uses and not wonh a cent Vte are authorized to announce D. M. who Loire, .killing man is an unhannv C RENAULT a candidate for City At I" each byre that were lying down for interior finish, and vice versa. The best way to protect yourself from these unnecessary Full of Life and Beauty. slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up I torney, subject tothoaotionof the Dem " 16 In all while all up suuuu uuit you well. troubles, is to use Malthoid Roofing. We know just .what is hest for ocratic party. Tho most beautiful we have ever shown Russian escaped unhurt now madam. December is iust Start most purposes and have it in stock Bear, Russian Mink, FOR POLICE JUDGE The makers of Malthoid Roofing guarantee it to be a French Conev. Sold by tho month to begin to acquire a glorious e are authorized to announce J. D. to show you. Drop in antflet's piece or set, An ideal Xmas gift Be Gerrsrous In Judgment. perfect roofing to give satisfaction and to last as long ' Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond. head of hair of which you will be justly Every mas should be Judged by his talk it over subject to the action of the Democratic proud during the social events of winter as the building it covers, provided it is properly laid time. best, or, if not by his best alone, by to partv. If you haven't used PARISIAN SAGE the general tenor of his life, and wo and ordinary care is taken of it. n o are authorized to announce W. L. you aren t on the high road to hair floubt whether any good Is gained by "There's No Place LlteHoae." Leeds for Police Judce of Richmond. Twenty-si- x years of experience enables The Paraffine Paint GoT? Extraordinary Values in subject to the action of the Democratic beauty. PARISIAN SAGE is the most dwelling upon the defects of a good aengutiui preparation mat destroys the man's life, even though of San Francisco and Chicago to party. it may make dandruff germs and by so doing removes guarantee Malthoid Roofing under these conditions. in a snort time Hie cause ot dandruff, him seem more "human." falling hair, itching scalp, faded and For 5ale. Todd-Edwar- ds Tolstoy's Wise Counsel. To be absolutely sure that you have no roofing troubles, buy lifeless bair. We have a number of Ladies' Coats-i- n Never say, "I can Indulge In this Pure-bre- d Dandruff germs are obstructionists: Bourbon Red Turkeys: No-all sizes. Malthoid and lay it properly they prevent the hair from receiving its little thing without fear; It does not Blacks, grays, tans and fancy mixtures, neatly vemoer uenvery. proper nourishment by ravenously de- amount to anything." Neter say. A. 1). it U. U. DULLER, tailored and lined with guaranteed lining. Everyvouring the same nourishment. Use This particular virtue is so Inslgnf Todd-Edwar- ds Richmond, Ky. tf one made in this season's newest and best styles. PARISIAN SAGE for one week and flcant I might Just as well do withCoats that formerly sold from $15 to $20, marked X J I Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every note the wonderful improvement Perry's out Tolstoy. for special selling one about iL Any flavor made Drug Store guarantees it, 50 cents a botRirr-imt-iVit tle. ! to order and delivered ivy Looking Through. promptly. tf A Cnfi!( In NH "Your Choice," .. ord ... Nothing New About "High Husband "Did t.e cook you hired x. usi. oi paints vou will .Do amaze Are the largest uur -buuf upj wile no. wasn t it ror. at tne many varities for special use?. er buyers ot cattle, hogs, sheep, Finances." tunate? Another nnn rntir nnr hpll Iambs, and calves at the Cin by looking or rrenziea nnance is not exclusively a nextmistake,and I've kcpt Mrs. Giiiet, There Are Paints For Every door, her Instead." Pi lrnnsp cinnati Union Stock Yards. habit of recent years. At the Riggs Harper's Bazar. National Bank in Washington, says tho Consign your stock to them From the usful water paints for cell Popular Magazine, there is carefully ! wans, uurns. etc.. to w uno flncst nf vnr. guarded a proof of the foregoing asser polishes for tho . furniture or and receive the highest market "Well, how are von eptMn on with K,shes piano. Uell us what you wanttodo and prices. .... . .. tion. Regarding the proof there is told The pilgrims gave thanks despite their woes, we'll supply the paint product with ?" this story: oiuv.il i lynicn to ao it ii " ""f" What with Indian foes, and all the deep snows "One" winter morning Henry Clay, in an elevator ror three hours yesterThey'd have been twica as thankful, you may suppose finding himself in need of money, went day and even that didn't make him "Givethedevilhittke" to the Biggs Bank apd asked for the propose." If the hyad o knonwf SCHLOSS BROS'. CLOTHES. Bad shoes are not always to 3250 on his personal note. Ho loan of Kran Berry Socce. Wall Paper and,Paints blame for bad feet. Not all the was told that, while his credit was per- Old corn-4.2- 5 per bbl. by the load. corns and bunions, tired and achIlectly good, it was the Inflexible rulo of I Send your order to Phone 9 ing feet, "drawn" .oles and In 203 East Main the bank to require an indorscr. The Arnold & Simmons. growing nails are caused RICHMOND." KY tf by bad shoes. The great statesman hunted up Daniel Web I. R. Pennington stocking must sler and asked him to indorse Uie note. Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone T HT-t-Sir rvT plead guilty to much TDentist. L71C A 1 Ulic 'With pleasure, said Webster. 'But and live stock insurance. foot murder. " Office next door to Government build need some money myself. Why not South Bound. A stocking too tight make your note for 8500 and you and I ao. l, Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives ing Richmond, Ky. " In the foot may choke will split it!' This they did. And to- the circulation, bind the and Departs 12:05 a. m. t. toes together and bend If jou haven't been fitted out from our stock, let us ask a visit right now. We Iday the note is in the Riggs Bank ?o. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De them under. A stockin " parts 0:15 a. m. have everything to wear when you go for your annual attack upou that Thanksgiving 1. No. Louisville to Beattyville Bacceaior to Bargia & Uensy "Suffered day andnight the torment Turkey. The clothes wc sell you are noteworthy for Gloth, and Workmanship. Arrives 12:10 p. tn. Departs 12:15 of itching piles. Nothing helped tae aiuuuu xeiis ior tne Ho. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar man, and we give one with a suit, too. You will I until 1 used Doan's Ointment. It cured Over SUte Bant & Trust Company me permanently." Hon. John R. Gar rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. mi find the smartest styles for the happy season in Shirts with TELEPHONE 2S style; new scarfs in rett, uayor, G Irani, Ala. Aa. 3S. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. English silks, cross stripes and the plain tie for father. And such "Comfy" Gloves, Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. rin; TV f1 DORP'S Taxes Due. V-No. 27, Richmond to Louisville via LJ anODU besides Kneeland Shoes, Hawes Hats and imported Caps to add to your reasons to be u Rowland xour iixes ipr uie year iuu are now thankful. Dentist No. 3. Louisvlllo to Beattvvilla ian jny nanas ior collection. uome Is thiir wonderful coasfort, due to their being knitted I In early and avoid tho Arrives &45 p. m. Departs7:25 p.m rush, as well as vox. respect tne shape of the TelephoH-- j 267 saving the penalty, by prompt payment. umanfooL At the toe and heel espedaUy No. 9. "Cincinnati & Maysville to StanOffice la Oldham. Building ford. Arrives 7:21 p.ni. Departs D. A. McCord. 8heriff. cnitted wiu) extreme mmkWF children cre for correct shape not too fcght nor too lootc just "cosey Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and happy. North Bound wears the famous Queen Quality Shoes, and says her feet alwavs look nice, and so will land live stock. ad comfy." Made in several Harry M Bhutan, tf iMo. J4. Atlanta to Cincinnatu Arrive yours you will come in and get a fitting for once and see .the style, comfort, fit and A k ti. dr. it h not ml If you are sroinir to have a nartv have Give them a few drops of riTt wi aftoueparis 4:i a. m. DENTIST kit trtrfudai." Rfcoiraake vour brick cream in that I 1 UB3tt No. iu. fjianroru to tJincinnati and wear orthe greatest Shoe for women. this strengthening food- one place in town you can buythem, too. laeiicious manner. i5U.P80MXIM tf waysviue. Arrives C:20 a. m. A very special" thing, mediciae every day and now Evorv dav ZEMO elves relifif nn.l raco-Jiavo proi-perous 1 know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have scores of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like Mr. C K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House. Pine Bluff, Ark, and Mr. George B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to mention. The reason they prefer Syrup Pepsin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa FOR SHERIFF It may be taken for granted that that does not gripe effecSrf5.rf.?.u,.'i?riied ELMER there is no family that does not some- tive and yet so mild that babies can DEATHfcRAGE a to announce Slierifl of candidate for time need a laxative. If you don't take it Its tonic ingredients invig- Nadison county, subject to the action of (Copyruftt. tail, by Joseph B. Bowleg.)" Advertised Letlres. List ofTetters remaining in the Rich-ond, discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsin. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of any druggist, but before doing so you may want to try it free. If so, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, be ing convinced, do as others are doing and buy it in the regular way of your orate the body and strengthen the uiucucraiic party e nre authorized to announce JOHN E. stomach and bowel muscles so that UALDW ir candidate they again do their work naturally. tson county,asubject to for Sheriff of Mad- the action of the If you have been a victim of salts, DemnrratirTwirtr .,... pills and strong cathartics you will We ore nnii.nrt, n n county, subject to the action of the Demo- parry. to rX.'J!. aa"thorized for announce H. II. COMER candidate Sheriff of Madi son COUntV. 8uhict In flic nitSttn n( ! uemocratlc party. MAKr AMI IN 1NC3 tCAtlM A CJJKLo. "We Prove It" Ky., postoflice for tire week end ing November 28: Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bradrord. Mr. Ed. Benton, Mr. Robert Bishop, Mr. Geo. Bolton, Mrs. Masha Bush, Dr.- M. A. At my shop on Third St. I am pre Specialist pared to paint and trim Automobiles, In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all and THROAT kinds. I havo a painter of long ex Oldham Bid;;. Richmond, Ky perience ajid who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give me a trial. Ilorso shooing, lilaqksmi thing and repairing in all branches. " Services Reasonable. James A Moorcs f - BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. Vvfe .guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a customer. : : : : : JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. PHONE. 83, or 481. 12-t- If you aro troubletTwith chronic constipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes - them especially suited to yourcasc. For sale by all dealers. H, L PATRICK DENTIST. Paint-Lick-- Unearth Skeletons of Pre historic Giants. , Kentucky D. B. McKinney R. D. R." Freeman Telephone 35 Street A Rare Beauty 1 H. e. DOTY, n I AVI! An Inspection of Our g ... F. J. YEAGER Soeilt MonPV $10, $12.50, $i5. $18 Malthoid Tkof Pv U $7.50, $10, $12.50 $15 Rfing -- V , East-Sout- we continue sen our ecause Millinery ine regular Irs. v&mxW'-:- That Fascinates 1 thoso-standin- g mi-'Ke- eps Muffs Furs $2.50 $30 Stylish Goats $12.50 Lumfw Cn'mmnv ' -- Lumber Co, all-arou- tas If G G Sale & nd Co, Be Thankful Worst Is Yet to Gonie " .,7"C!i 6i B. Juetr; & Son V.S. Morris. Stocking Pleads GumyH ng' Bad Winter Is Ahead of Us. Fit ail-arou- tfl' T'i Mid-nigh- R. Emmett Million DENTIST Scott3 s I Emul sion kM Mrs. Leslie Carter Just 8-- tf hrthfuj if just is the High Tan Boot. Get in before winter is gone. World's BE THANKFUL and remember that always the Merchandise is offered you by Best Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. watch, them grow. departs u:5 a. m-- 2. No. The Northwestern Mntnal TM In surance uo., will imn rapwy at 6 pec uein wiereei on oou 1 aa proved IT PREVENTS lr Apply lojl. C Ciienaalt, Atty. Richtsottd, Ky. 6-- looping Loa mi mm Croup -- Qpttfh W. II. OLDHAM & CO. For Thirty Years Richmond's Greatest Store BronchfUm A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Homo Insurance Co. "Write or phone 151 of-O- Thds. ring 2. Union City, Ky. se of Fie eh a&ar tr LLj - . T -- ..t...;t.. No, oo xMuisruia 10 t.. . menmonu via lwwiand. Arrives 12:05 p. ni. No. 08. Knosvilio to Cincinnati. 'Ar rives 1:30. m. Departs 2:00 n,m. &a. 76' fttftaford to RichraoBsl., Arrive BeattyvlHe to Louisvilln Arrives 7:15 a. m.DepartsJOa-.- Lawyers Offlc6 in Ddhglas &SimmoBa' new Building- - on Second Street opp. Court Houee " I Men's Cael hair or natural wool, shirts or drawers en s all wool, red or jrrar. shirts OT draw or Jlen s extra- - heavy rlbWd, eee4.HaedrfJ,irt3 ordrawera- .t. ."i .. vr i Richmond's Greatest Store (of Men's Underwear $ i oa Each - . 1 .V Eeh Each Plenty d all kiads of UU seds at attiiMtive prices. Se us before buyisf, ArBoW Sim mow. tf Kb. 4. "BeaUVvllIe tn fiii.villn Arrives l$5p. m. Departs 1:40 p. m AO. S2; Jacksonville to ClnokmaU. At. Rves ana ueparls 4:54 p. m, . r uuon ouiouaH 39 Each .00 Everytkkc in TTn4erwerfot Ladies asd Children Amanrif-Ui-) t Lmvy mat, o's 71. i. a. b to to tmm Out. Bnk TWtoftfcte E. V. Elder Richmoodf, Kentucky