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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1911 NUMBER 26 For Best See Poultry Show - Light Brabmas First, Harris Lehman; Park. Cock. second, K. S. Closes After A Most Successful Meeting. The Madison County Poultry Show camo to a close Saturday evening after four days' successful meeK It is, indeed, Rratifying to know that the efforts of those most interested in the exhibition have been rewarded by the erand success of the undertaking. Hundreds of the finest fowls in the State of Kentucky wore he're to compete for the attractive premiums that wero hung up by the offlceers of the association, and it is especially pleasing to know that Madison county carried off a majority of the awards. ' Few of our citizens realized the interest taken in this county In the best breeds of poultry, but the exhibition, and prizes won by our homo people demonstrated the fact that the best stock in Kentucky is to be found in Madison. Not only was the show a success from a point of stock exhibited but from a financial standpoint, as the association met all obligations and had a surplus loft. The Madison County Poultry Association will meet at an early date and e!cct officers for the en suing year and will begin work at onco on the poultry show which will bo held in this city the first week in December next year. Barred Rock Cock. D. and 0. D. Miller. White Rock Cock. First, J. Coleman Ncff; second. R. L. James; third, J. Coleman Neff. Light Brahma Hen. First, Harris Lehman; second, K. Park. S. "Kanawha Salt" Light Brahma Cockerel. First, Harris Lehman; second, K. S. Park. THE STEA BAtffNG POWDE -- Light Brahma Pullet. First, Harris Lehman; second and third, K. S. Park. Single Comb White Orphington Cock. First, R. M. Sparks. White Orphington Hen. First, R. M. Sparks; second, third and fourth, Harry S. Morgan. White Orphington Cockerel. First, second and third, Harry S. Mor gan; fourth, Geo. Park. White Orphington Pullet. First, R. M. Sparks; second and third, Harry S. Morgan; fourth, R. M. Sparks. White Orphington Pen. First, R. II. Sparks. Single Comb Buff Orphington. First on cock, hen, cockerel, pullet aod pen, Barton C. Harp. Single Comb Brown Loghorns Cock. First, J. Hunter Mathews; second, Barton O. Harp; third, S. V. Aloxander. Brown Leghorn Hen. First, J. Hunter Mathews; second, Bonny Castle Poultry Yard; third and fourth, J. Hunter Malhes . Brown Leghorn Cockerel. First, Bonny Castle Poultry Yards; second, J. Hunter Mathews; third, Bar ton 0. Harp; fourth, Hunter Mathews. Brown Leghorn-Pul- let, First, Bonny Poultry Yards; second, J. Hunter Mathews; third, Barton 0. Harp; fourth, Bonny Castle Poultry Yards. Brown Leghorn Pen, First, J. Hunter Mathews; second, W. T. Olds; third, D. W. Daugherty. Single Comb Whito Leghorns Cock. First, Satisfactory Poultry Yards, second, Barton C. Harp. White LeghornsHen. First, New Laid Egg Farm; socond, Barton C. Harp; third, Satisfactory Poultry Yards; fourth, New Laid Egg Farm. White Leghorn Cockerel. First, W.K. Cummings & Co.; second, Satisfactory Poultry Yards; third , Barton C. Harp; fourth, Mrs. T. H. Collins. Whito Leghorn Pullet. First, Mrs. T. H. Collinsi second, Bar ton C. Harp; third, Aew Laid fcgg Farm; fourth, Mrs. T. H. Collins. Whito Leghorn Pen. First, Now Laid Egtf Farm; socond, Barton O. Harp. Single Comb Black Minorca Cock. First and second, L V. Jacobs. . Black Minorca Cockerel. First and second, L. Y, Jacobs. Black Minorca Pullet. First and second. L. Y. Jacobs. Black Minorca Pen. First, L. V. Jacobs. (Continued on page 4). MATTRES (tUME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) a FOSTE mommm IMPORTANT TO KNOW Absolutely Pttr WHAT'S IMS! DE THE L. R. Blanton Telephone 85 SHOWS YOU HAVE TO WHAT&INSlDrOUmON LACED OPENING (PAT.APPVoroa) To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. 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James; second, J. Coleman Ncff; third and fourth, R.L.James. Barred Rock Hen. "An article that canFirst, D. W. Hart; second, Cassius M. not be purchased, has Clay; third and fourth, Wm. Smith. White Rock Hen. a merit all it's own." 'First, second, third and fourth, J. Coleman Neff. Buff Rock Hen. A photograph', a GOOP First.'B. Wolf; second, W. W. White; photograph is the ideal third and fourth. B. Wolf. Barred Rock Pullet. Xmas gift. cannot be First and second. D. W. Hart; third, duplicated, and as a mark Cassius M. Clay; fourth, Wm. Smith. of persoual esteem is unWhito Rock Pullet. First, R. L. James; second, J. Cole rivaled; one gives porman Ned: third, B. Wolf; fourth, R. L. traits of oneself only to' James. Barred Rock Pen. one's friends. First, Cassius M. Clay; second, D. W. It Make Your Appointment White & Gibson RICHMOND Now. Main Sfreet, below First MAUGHEY Whito Wyandotte Cockorel. First, Mrs. J. W. Duncan; second, T. C. Willis; third.Qeoffrey Morgan; fourth, T. 0. Willis. White Wyaneotto Pullet. ' First, T. 0. Willis; second and third, Mrs. J. W. Duncan; fourth, T. O. Willis, Whito Wyandotte Pen. First and second, T. C. Willis. Buff Wyandotte Pen. First, Andrew Johnson. White Langshan Cock and Hon. First and second, W. B" Buford. Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cock. First, Mrs. T. H. Collins; second, Geo. T. Deatheragc. ' Rhode Island Red Hen. First and second, "Homo of Good Reds," F. H. Gordon: third.R. H. Ford; fourth, S. A. Hill. Rhode Island Red Cookere, First, S. A. Hill; second and third, Hart. "Home of Good Rods;" fourth, Mrs. T. White Rock Pen. H. Collins. First and second, J. Coleman Neff. Rhode Island Red Pen. Buff Rock Pen. First, "Homo of Good Reds;" second, First and second, W. B. Buford. Harris Lehman; third, Mrs. R. 0. Coom-oWhite Wyandotte Cock. fourth, "Home of Good Reds." First and second, T. C. Willis. White Wyandotte Hen. Black Langshan Cock, Hen, Cockerel ' First, second and third, T. C. Willis; and Pullet. fourth, Goffrey Morgan. 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McCreary Has 17,906 Over The annnal convention of the Madison County Sunday School Association for the year 1011 was held in Richmond, December 4 and 5, with the president. Dr. Crabbc, presiding. Tho opening session was hold at the Christian church on Monday evening, the main feature of the session being the splendid and very interesting lecture by Dr. Joplin, the Slate secretary, on "Is tho Boy Worth saving! Ho very ably presented this question and, with many striking illustrations, caused his hearers to fully realize the importance or a boy. The convention adjourned Monday evening to convene the following morning in tho Presbytorian church. Pror. C. D. Lewis, or Berea, earnestly and very forcefully emphasized "The Biggest Thing in tho Sunday School." This was followed by a very interesting of '"A Trip to a Great Convention" by W. J. Vaughn, of Louisia. Miss Edith Leightj, R. E. Turley, Pror. Raine and Prof. Morton, of Bcrea; Mrs. G. D. Smith, or Richmond; Pror. Wren J. Grinstead, or the Normal; Mrs. Lucy Flannery, or Berea; J. W. Herndon, or Berea; James A. Burgess and Pror R. G. Stott, or tho Normal, all ably presented important topics in connection with the Sunday school. Tho State secretary complimented the splendid speeches and the excellent material of association. Dr. Joplin spoke Tues the day evening on "Xhe bunday bchool, and, in a very attractive way, defined each department or tho school, and told or great results from each, lio also named different ways in which a school could accomplish much good. Poof. Koch, of the Normal, very ably directed the singing. One hundred and fifteen Sunday school people registered, and each received a beautiful silk conven tion badge. Dr. Crabbo entertained the delegates at luncheon at Sullivan hall. The convention was also favored by sev eral selections from tho .Normal chorus, The reports of the Committees on Resolutions and Nominations were unani mously adopted. On account of many urgent business matters, Dr. Crabbo declined tbe presidency for the coming year, but, at tho unanimous request of the entire gathering, he kindly ac ceptod. Every one seemed to receive much good from the convention, 1and :re- . : .. .i . : .i . a fresh enthusiasm for tho coming year Dr. Crabbo is to be congratulated over such a convention under such and va ried hindrances. The officers elected for next ear are as follows: President, Dr. Crabbe; vice president, Mrs. J. W. Herndon; secretary, Walter Q. Park; chairman committee on organization. Proressor Lowis, Berea; chairman com Wm. Jenkins, mittee on .Newby: chairman committee on inter Miss Julia Crutch mediate department. field, Richmond: chairman committee on elementary department, Mrs. George Simmons, Richmond; chairman commit' toe on adult department, Mrs. R. E, Turley, Richmond; chairman committee on edncational Pror, deportment, Raine; Bcrea; chairman committee on temperance department, L. P. Evans, tuchmond; chairman committee on missions department, Mrs. J. B. Stani fer, Richmond; committee at large, J. C. Turpin. Red House; M. F. Ar- buckle, Kirksville:R. Dougherty, Valley view; u. ti, u.uaor, JNewoy. nar-ratior Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Pall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we invite your attention to our line of llj In a special order from Washington, AND Postmaster General issued Saturday. Hitchcock Ids down the bars for the free use or Christmas seals on any part or envelopes, packages and all Christmas mail, faco or back until January the Itrms of Interest lteardini lloroe-fol- k first. These seals are for sale at most mai Other. of the shops or Richmond and ' tho proceeds used to wage war on consumption won't you join the battle? Hon. W. B. Smith was in Lancaster. Monday, on legal business. 1'ou can buy more presents ror less any Miss Maryann Collins entertained 'the money at the Racket store than 2G-store in town. Bridge club Monday evening. PERSONAL All. A number or tho country papers print McCreary's majority at 31,225, It is 31,325, and don't you forget it. There were four tickets in the field beside the Democratic and Republican the Prohi- 50CIAL This Large Comfortable bitionist. Socialist, Social Labor and People's and McCreary got 17,000 more votes than all combined. Convicted of Helping to Lynch Kentuckian. After a trial oxtonding over several days, a jury in the Common Pleas court at Newark, Ohio, returned a verdict finding Edgar Owens gui ty of manslaughter in connection with tho lynching of Carl E herington, of Williamsburg, an anti-liqudetective, in July or last year. Sentence was not pronounced upon. Owens. There aro now serving torms in the penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio, a hair dozen men who were convicted of complicity in the lynching or Ethcrington. Two more men also remain to bo triod on folony indictments which resulted from the lynching inquiry. i Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses , Gall and see us as we are now ready to take care of 3ou on all Fall and Winter . Goods OWEN McKEE coming and outgoing State officials, members of the Legislature. Congress men, etc.. will be fille3 at the Capital hotel, and tbe occupants of these con miUlES ETERT WECIBUT IT vevances are requested to be at the mentioned place not later than 10:30 a. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO m. so that they may be assigned to (Incorporated.) their carriages. The parade will move toward the Capitol promptly at 11 a. m. Pres. and Mgr. new A. D. Miller Information booths will be maintained Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. Wktte at the Capital hotel and tho signal sta tion of the it. m. depot. ( Kenbtr The committee has arranged for rest ASSOCIATION PRESS KENTUCKY rooms for the ladies one at Mayor Pols- grove s office and three at the new Uapi tol. each with a maid in attendance. LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DtSTEtCT The badges for the various mittees will bo received Monday, De FEB FHIGE $1.00 cember 11. and it will facilitate their distribution if the members of these IK ADVANCE committees would call at tbe headquarters for the same from 3 to 5 o'clock - - - 1911 Monday afternoon. WEDNESDAY DEC The Executive Committee desires to emphasize the fact that ample arrange The Inauguration. meats have been made to feed all that visit Frankfort on Inaugural Day, so probably that all those who contemplate coming As we go to press there are 15,000 "unarmed" patriotic Kentuok-iaD- S mayTiave no uneasiness as to securing in tbe Capitol of our Common--weah- h something to ea, wmie mere, to participate in the inauguration of Hon. James B. JlcOreary as decorated lamps. A large Governor of Kenluoky. This is the toilet sets aisortmeat ofcan be found at and vases the honor has come to second time t, Senator McCreary, history thus'repeat-in- g Sewell & MoKinney's. thirty-si- x eventful years. itself after Important Decision. The immense gatherinc will be made up et men from all pans of the State shades of political opinions, and of all The Court of Appeals, Judge Carroll men of all stations of life, patriotic men writing, has rendered a decision of great and women with but one thought, one importance to Madison county and one mind, "a greater Kentucky." that will establish a precedent in other Madison county will be well repre- counties in the State. Following the sented. "McCreary's Home People" custom of his predecessors in office for numbering nearly 700 men. wiih the past fifteea years or more. Sheriff Joseph Kennedy as ohief marshal, to McCord claimed as his fee for collecting whom credit is aue for having so ad- railroad tax 10 per cent on the first mirably arranged matters. He will be 15.000 ank 4 per cent on the remainder. assisted by two oihei marshals, T. C. County Attorney Jackson and the Fiscal court took a different view of tbe mat Vaughn and P. B. Broaddus. claiming railroad tax was The Executive Committee having in ter, a separate that the only a part ol tne tax but charge the arrangements for the cere not that monies have given out the following general levy to be collected and same tne per the to statement, giving the names of all ttie Sheriff was entitledon onlygeneral levy. as is allowed the marching clubs from all sections of the cent case wrs heard by Judge Benton, State that will take part in the parade The deoided in favor of Sheriff McCord. and stating just when tbe parade will who Jackson, of start and where invited guests can find County Attorney look tne in behalftne case to the Fiscal court, their carriages. Court of Appeals, and that Court has Tbe following marching clubs, mi- reversed tho lower Court, holding the participate in tbe Inaug views as presented by Mr. Jackson. The litia, etc, will Ural Parade: effect of the decision will be a saving to McCreary's Home People from Eich-mon- Madison county of about $300 per year. TOO in line. about Mr. Jaskion is also of Uio opinion that The Boosters of Louisville, 300. former Sheriffs, running back for a Democratic Club or Cov- period of about fifteen year, are liable The Liberal ington, 250. for amounts they have been paid over The Kentucky Colonels, 75. and above what they would be entitled McCreary County Club of Lex- to under Judge Carroll's decision. This The ington, 500. would amount to something near The Jessamine County Club, 200. for the county. It appears that there The Fourth and Fifth Ward Club of has been no decision, heretofore, upon Louisville. ISO. this question, and Sheriff McCord and The McCreary Marching Glub of his predecessors are in no way at lauji, Garrard, 70. as it is simply a question of interpreting Confederate Veterans. a law which Is 'easily capable of the Grand Army of the Republic in Ken- construction which they have put tucky. upon it. , McCreary Guards of 1877, McCreary Guards of 1801, The Mounted Police or Louisville, 33. Death of Mrs. J. P. Lirtdsey. The Jefferson County Democratic Just as we go to press xo learn of tbe Club, 500. death or Mrs. J. V. L'ndsey. well known State UsiversUy Battalion, 320. and loved in this city as Miss Fannie Company A, Beeond Infantry. Newlon. She died at Pruden, Tens., Cespaay D, Steeed Infantry. Nov. 25. 1011. Jcxt week we will rive Company L Third Infantry. a more extended notice which will be eagerly looked for by her friends of Boy Scents. All fteaveyaaeet to he occupied by the when she hd sy in this Uy. The Richmond Climax. Judces of the Court of Appeals, the in a sub-cor- 2G-2- d, Mr. Hall, of Maysville, is visiting his sistsr, Mrs. Dan Breck. ' The Gir of My Drcams"-i- n Lexing ton See notice elsewhere. Choco'ate and sandwiches at tho Ba zar, Saturday, Glyndon Ilotol. R. L. Walker, of Nlcholasvllle. has been visiting his brother, J. P. Walker, and family. Thomas Brothorlon has returned to his home at Moborly, after a visit to friends at Winchester. J. A. Sullivan is in Frankfort this week moeting his old college chums and friends in general. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Williams, of Ir vine, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oldham, near town. Don't forget Mrs. Sallie Itayburn's sale next Saturday morning, advertised elsewhere in this issue of tbe Climax. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, of Winchester, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brotherton, near Moborly. Mrs. Robert R. Burnam charmingly entertained with a luncheon Friday for Mrs. Louise Fletcher, of Lexington. Covers were laid for eight. Robert W. Brown, managing editor of tbe Louisville Times, and one of the most popular newspaper men in was in the city Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs" M. O. Sappington, of Salida, Colo., have been visiting relatives and friends in this county. Mrs.Sapping-to- n is the youngest daughter of tho late Ab Shearer. G. B. Turloy, Jr.. and family will move in a few weeks to the Clay farm on the i,exinxton pikc, rccen ly occu pied by Roy C. White, who, with his family, witl occupy their home lately purchased in this city on Oak and High streets. Mrs. Laura Estill Francis will be hostess of a pound party to bo given at the home of Colonel and .Mrs. John uun ningham, Wednesday, December 27, at 0 o clock at Kosedale, tsourbon county, for the benefit of the Cunningham school, near Escondida. All the school leagues and their riends are cordially invited to attend. A musical and in formal reception will conclude the eve ning. Miss Cary Rice entertained Tuesday afternoon of last week in compliment to Miss Lucy White Booker with a tea from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Tho house was beautifullydecoiated withcrysanthemum and potted plants, btanaing in tne re ceiving line with Miss Rice were Misses White. Rowell. JJegaewuld and Messrs. Burlingame and Booker, all from Louisville. Many friends responded to Hiss Rice's invitation, and a most de lightful arternoon was spent Mr. R. C. Kirby, who has charge or tbe water station at Lake lleba, was called last week to Pendleton county on account of tbe death of his mother, who had suffered a stroke of paralysis. She year and was was in her eighty-secon- d the widow of liioya w. tiiroy. sue is survived by ono sister, Mrs. O. W Cowles, or Greenwood, and by several Her chilchildren and grandchildren. dren are Robert, of Richmond; Ben jamin and Mrs. Annie Davis, of Now-por- t. Frank.of Greenwood, Ind., Charles and Harry or Cincinnati; Joseph or Snurgfeon and Miss Ida of Lynn, Ky. Mrs. Kirby was a woman greatly belov ed by all who knew her and her death is a loss to the community in wnicn sne lived. The marriage of Miss Lucy White Booker to Rocer Burlingame was celo brated Wednesday evening at 8:30, Rev. E. B. Barnes officiating. It ivas a beautiful auiet wedding at "Ellendale, the homo of Mrs. E. V. Gibson, and only kinslold and close friends were present The house was lovely with decorations or Killarny roses and plants. Miss Harriet Parrish. at tho piano, and Miss Issio Million, on the violin, played Lohengrin's Wedding March Tor the fctationinir or the bridal couple. The r. littlo Gibson sisters, daughters and Mrs. John Gibson, were tbe ribbon bearers. The bride was most elegantly irowned. and looked & picture radiantly beautiful and supremely happy. A de licious course dinner was served, after which the happy couple took1 tne mid-niztrain for Atlanta. Ga.. where they will spend a few days before returaing to Louisville, tncir nome. Ken-lucky, -of-Mht Tho Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, is sending its Free Traveling Health Exhibit Car to Richmond, arriving Friday at 12:10 a. m. and remaining for three days. This car is given by the L. & N. and the work is purely a social service for the wclfaro or ttie people. The demonstrations are all free to the public and every citizen should visit this car. An illustrated lecture will be given by one or the members or tho car at the Normal Chapel. Friday evening at soven o'clock. The meeting is open to the public. Free Exhibit. Rocker Beautiful Golden Oak Finish One jof our Xmas Bargains Death At College Hill. Mr. James Edwards, 44 years or age. died or consumption, at 2 o'clock yesterday morning, at his home at College Hill, this county. Mr. Edwards had been ill lor a long time and death came A box of good cigars make a' useful present for your gentleman friend. Perbt's Dbuo Store. Only $2.50 Don't Wait Until Christmas Make Selections Now H A Good Move. The Fiscal Court of Rockcastle county has made an order that no claim for an amount greater than $5 shall bo allowed for a sheep killed by dogs. Tho county is noted for blooded strains of shcep,but tho Fiscal Court finds that none of the claims filed is for a smaller sum than 7.50 a sheep arid some aro even higher. At the same time the court finds that some of tho same sheep owners who aro filing claims ranging from 87.50 to 810 a head for sheep killed are listing their herds for taxation at the modest figure These things ef $1 to 81.50 per head. look inconsistent to tho Fiscal Court or Rockcastlo and hereafter that body will rcf uso to pay fancy prices for sheep killed by dogs. The same state of affairs exists in this county, though perhaps in not so marked a degree. One thing that causes the sheep to bo valued so high, is the fact that it is a rare instance for the full value to be paid. Where only or the value is paid .a sheep worth 35 must bo valued At $7.50 in order to get its value. two-thir- His wire who surto him as a relief. vives him was Miss Willoughby. BeHis sides his wire he leaves two sons. father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards and seven brothers also survive him. Mr. Edwards' funeral took place at the College Hill Methodist church yesterday afternoon or which church he was a member, thence his burial in tbe College Hill cemetery. W. F. HIGGINS Opposite Glyndon Hotel I Have you seen our Bargain Counter? ir you have, you would not know it now. New things go on this counter every day. Men's, ladies' and children's Shoes. Richmond, Kentucky ' ' - KICK & AKNOI.D. "The Girl of My Dreams.' "The Girl or My Dreams" at the Lexington Odera house. Joseph M. Oates will present at tho Lexington Opera house, Tuesday and Wednesday (vith a Wednesday matinee) Decomber 10 and 20, John Hynes and- - Leslie Mclntyre in the delightful atmospherical play "The Girl of My Dreams." "The Girl of My Dreams" is de scribed as an atmosuheric musical play. ltis in two acts. Carl Hoschne is responsible for the music which, ho confidently asserts, is even more alluring than his two former Twins' great successes, "Tho-Thre- o and "Bright Eyes." Mr. Gates has engaged an exceptional ly well balanced company of players to support Jlyams & Mclntyre. - Tbe pro duction is promised to be a most elabor ate one, from a scenic as well as costume standpoint, together with a special augmented orchestra. The sale orgeats will open Saturday morning, December 10th, and all orders sent to Manager Scott T jcompanicu by a remittance will receive prompt alien tion. Special rates will be made by the railroads. -- J. T. FERRIELL ll Real Estate Aient Oldham Building That Xmas Dinner To All that Christmas spread, you would be justified In inviting Santa Glaus himseU. lie is a great champion ot quality Richmond, Ky When you see moping, wheezing, and sneezing wo recommend Conkey's. Roup Remedy. For sale and guaranteed by Stockton's drug store. Special attention has been given to tho selection or our goods ror Christ mas, n e have everything in the jew elry line, and the prices aro right WiSes & Wiiittisqtok. Mr. your chickens swollen-headed PoDLTRTiiAji Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chances aro Tho farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at homo No doubt will bo brought here, too. "We are lieadquartors ror ir we are to havo the pleasure of assisting you in getting up Everything in. A Horrible Catastrophe. Fancy Groceries, Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Celery, Oysters and Cranberries Telephone 1C Order Suspended. Dee Several weeks ago the partment Issued an order forbidding the placing; or nctitious stamps oi an mnas. including Red Cross Seals, on the address side of packages and letters, And ordering that mail matter bearing such stamps oe returned 'to sender, if known, and if not known, sent to the Dead Letter Office, but the holiday season coming on, whioh is a time when such decorations are used more freely than at any other period by the publio thought best to suspend the order until after the holidays, as valuable mail matter might be delayed by the enforcement of the order, so the order has been suspended Post-offic- At an early hour Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in a coal mino at The men had just Briceville, Tenn. gone to work when the accident occured. It is known that at least 12G miners and probably as many as 150 wore entombed. Tho cause o! the explosion is not known. Rescue crews went to work at once and If it is a diamond, cut glass, silver-warc- Tor a time littlo or no progress was made. lino you Up to this time about twenty dead anything In the jewelry Commercial Club. want to give as a Christmas present The Commercial Club met Monday you should go to Wines & Whittmgton. bodies havo been taken out and the indications are that the entiro crew met evening in their rooms in the Douglas & instant death. Simmons building. A good number was present and the meeting, largely in- Would Cut Out 1912 Crop. Wo soli the best rubber! boots and formal and ol a social nature, was Burley tobacco growers in Owen ror the Ball Band. characterized by good feeling, hopeful county have started a movement to cut overshoes. Ask Rice & Absold. as to work being done by the Club unci out the 1912 crop of tohacso because cheerful as to future outlook. Tlie they believe that such a move will aid No. J790 committeo on freight rates reported greatly tho proposed ten-yepool and that they were at work along that line. many of the larger growers in that Report of the Condition The subject of insurance rates was dis county are holding back on signing of the cussed and those in position to know ex pledges in order that they may see what pressed the opinion that' by concert of headway can bo made in this direction action a reduction of 20 per cent or and declare that if such a cut-ou- t more can bo secured for our people. A be made a go they are willing to tio can up Committee on Sneakers was appointed with the Hurley bociety indefinitely in at Richmond. Ky.. at the?loseof consisting of Messrs. Stiver, Cosby a.nd business. December 5. 1011. Simmons, whose duty it shall be from the pooling proposition. time to time to secure speakers to adA fine line of Christmas candies at dress tbe Club on live topics of interest Perry s drug stote. RESOURCES KHL376 96 to a progressive citizenship. A large Loans and discounts Overdraftssecuredand unsecured 8.730 nu mber of business and professional m en Eddie Glenn Dead. U. S. Lfontfs to secure circulation 100.0W 00 have signifiod their intention of joining Bankintr house, furniture and 7.C0OOO tne uiub. uis earnestly hoped mat ttiey Edward Glenn, who formerly played fixtures will do so at once. For this reason the baseball in tho Bluegrass league, and Due from Xattonal Banks (not re-nerve election of officers was postponed until lor a season was with the noneers, was Due from necnts) private banks n,uiua State and the next meeting, January 8th. Secre found dead in a locomotive repair pit at ana Dangers, i rust companies, , . 1397 22 and tary Zaring read the annual report of the Southern Hallway shops in imdlow, Due Savings Banks 7US1 a from nnnroved reserve-ojrentthe Liexington Commercial Club. It was Thursday, Eddio died of a fractured Checks and otlicr cash items 9.413 21 of great interest and gave many idtias skull, received, it is prcsumrd, when he Notes of other National banks WSOIO which can be used to advantage io the fell into the pit Wednesday ovening. Fractional papercurrcncy.nlckels 23 13 ana conduct of the Richmond Club. Afusr Mr. Glenn's death was discovered when Lawful cents reserve in bank vis money an hour and a half of delightful as well members of his family, at his failure to uu specie 5i. 25577 00 as profitable interchange of ideas, the return home Wednesday night, instiClub adjourned. tuted an investigation. Eddio is welt Rcdemntion fund with U. S.Trens a,uuu w U per cent oi circulation remombored here, where ho was a ...$3K),7S3 3 Total. member of the ball team two years ago and held down tho position of short LIABILITIES stop. 42AO.O0O 00 Capital Stock paid In 00,000 0Q Surplus fund Estill County Boys in Trouble undivided p routs, less expenses 4SS3i and taxes Dal- d00 LInvillo Hutett and Arthur Ricbard- - National bank notea outstanding 9S,fl00 Ki BNS Due to nlber National banks sog, both or Kstlll county, both 17 years Individual deposits subject to- ffii.MSBl checkL old, were arrested recently at Shelby- 2,69-W ville, lnd,, and are held In jail to await Cashier's checks outstanding for taxes 4507 38 lh action of tho Federal authorities for Reserved Nothing More BeanOM 430.7S5 3a Total....'. attempting to pass a. bogus twenty dollar bill Ualett says the the succeeded State of Kentucky l 83 ago. County of Madison 'f in MMsin a stmiwr bill some time LRobt. R. Burnam. Cashier of thft above ami he received f 19 in good money hank, do or everr description at my rooms. Ykut KichrdsoH font to do with denied having aoy- - namedstatement solemnly swear that the aoove is true handling the bad knowledge and belief. to the best of my me before making yew purehMes. i tfclag Kobt. K. iltiriirJii, Uaahler. oMf, He said he obtained from a Stamping a Specialty , frimd kt Navarre. Ohio, four souvenir Subscribe! and fiwnrn to lwfnv iw. tlita lnwftty-cUfebills of Confederate money.-- 'JUli day of December. Mil.Piotarj-mniij. w. Brooke. Prices Reasoabli ys Hlwtt took the bills from his Ky Conmi6iOH Expires Jan. W. 1H bills Crrect Attest: trunk: and miMta two twenty-dolla- r it out of th Mir by tfe use .of the paste. or 223, tell us your wants and we'll do the rest Quality Groceries Await You Here Choice Pork TVO. Sewell McKinney & Thtm Cattft, Htms, Broaddus. 5anitary Meat Second-s- Stands Like a Stone Wall Hog- -ls Prat) bfrHnwBm Madison National Bank Telephone 39 t AMERICAN FENCE has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump Buy your new fence for jears to come. Get the bitr, heavy wires, the hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality cf steel that IS not too hard nnr tnn f, , . .. e .can show von this (.,-.- . r uui ptiiij. u i:u i ...... li its superiority, not only in the roil but in the field. ConI'xiiiain see merits 1 and our prices. XMas Gifts Embroidery Novelties INCUBATORS For the benefit of those who are engaged in the poultry business, which has grown to such enormous proportions in the past few years, we desire to announce that we wilt handle . It creates an appetite, ds digertkm, ftfk the veins with rich rmd After illness or Io, of weight from any cause, it brings strength d flesh quicker than anything else. mj. BNoeears IMS The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators and Brooders srr5. together with rxmltrv aoDlianses of fore makina, a purchase of an Iacubator or anv of the acces 1 na.ll tr c, Incubators, call anil get literature abdrpost yourself oo this aipi way oi aaemng cmcKens anrl cref. m j niinoc - v i" If vnu j.. jun laoiuHii, 'fi, n uuu f,;i;n. nmu Miss Eva Roberts 318 uaUJJXB. 1st Phone First ftraif Suit easts awl band bogs. Hick 4 A mots. N. H. DEATH BR AOS . C. XILLION -- Directors r SHACKELFORD siiasiM The Richmond Climax. What Does Good Plumbing Mean? means that all work-whmust be covered up is so well constructed that repairs and consequent damage and annoyance will never be kh HE h CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) rmmm tmx wembmt Mahheld Now is the time to roof your building. Don't wait until the rains start and you arcinconycnicnced by workine in the wet Do the work while the conditions are favorable and save yourself the annoyance and disagreeable duty of being compelled to hurry a job that requires care and attention. No matter what kind of a roof you have or what kind of a. building you own, y6u ought to see us about your roof troubles. Our roofing experience will help you. We will show you the kind of a roof you should have and the way you should lay it and demonstrate to your complete satisfaction that there is no other rooofirig on the market that will give you so good a roof service as Malthold Roofing. The Paraffine Paint Co. of San Francisco and Chicago ' r were the original makers of ready x Actual Starvation racts A bom indigestion and Its Relief That Should Cured 'Lexington, in His Kv. Own Home Town. . Money to Loan on Good Farm N Lands. James & Hunley buy or sellyour bouse, farm town lots or anv thing" else in the Real Estate lino. business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to. See him if his services are" need ed. "We represent iron bound reInsurance Companies member this. "Will It Interest You. Sec'y-Trcas. A. D. Miller W. G. White PHESS , Pros, and Mgr. - necessary. ' KENTUCKY HtmUr oi ASSOCIATE And the plumbing in view, must be just as safely constructed as the hidden parts and be attractive as EIGHTH DI5TMCT PUBUSHERS well IEA6UE. To be certain of ill .UaOarOcadtni" Bath 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. nriCE $1.00 PES 13 YEAB IK ADVANCE Although Indigestion and Dyspepsia are so prevalent, most people do not thoroughly understand thoir cause and cure. There is no reason why most people should not eat anything they de sire if they will only chew it carefully Many actually starve and thoroughly. themselves into sickness through fear every oi eating g food, because and it does not agree with them. The best thing to do is to fit yourself good-iooKingood-smellin- g, good-tastin- WEDNESDAY DEC -- - 1911 Richmond Heating and Plumbing Company EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE It will be welcome news to dyspeptics to learn of a remedy that, in the opinion of thousands, is an absolute cure for indigestion and all forms of stomach trouble, and, better "still, it is guaranteed to do so. Thq remedy is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. We all know the value of pure pepsin in indigestion, and add to this some exceptional laxative ingredients and you have a truly wonderful reme, edy. Mr. T. W. Worthy of Ga, got to the point where he could not even eat or digest vegetables and after many years of seeking he found the cure in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-nof Mofine, I1L, was in the same bad predicament with his stomach, took Syrun Peosin and is now cured. For-syther tify. Hundreds of others would gladly tes- A Rare Beauty every gem incur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts. for a Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops at prices that are remarkable for their low figure It is a guaranteed cure for indigestion, constipation, biliousness, headaches, gas on the stomach and similar complaints. A bottle can be had at any drug store for fifty cents or a dollar, but if you wish to make a test of it first, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will supply a free sample bottle, sent direct to your ad- rY&aT? U??Sb&nuUlorlzetl to announce dress. You will soon admit that you J?-- BENTON a candidate for Sheilfl have found something to replace salts, of Madteon County, subjeet to .the action of the Democratic party. cathartics, breath perfumes and other temporary reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will We are authorized tn S. Collins a Ciindirintit far Qhnnir l cure you permanently. Madison county, subject to the action ol For the free sample address Dr. W. the Democratic party. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Monticello. IIL Wo are authorized to announce 8. A. D Jones as a cinrMrlnto a. torney of Madison county, subject to mo avuuu ui iuu iemocranc party, rwnntfw 2!ilhoi?.5e? i ""Bounce R. H. subject tn the action of thePDemo2raUc ujo uiuce oi iouniy Attorney of Madi-ocounty, subject to the action of tht ' Democratic party. We are aulVinri7ii? tn inomas H. Collins as a candidate for Countv Attorney of Mmllcnn ject to the action of the Democratic We nro rmt hnriT.l tn uuuuuugp r . w V. I , Jackson as a candidate for to habiliments were properly adjusted the two passed from the ward room to Sara the cabin of the captain in the after part of the ship. The few sentences in which Whltta-ke- r had .made his brief report to his superior had in a the captain for the more lengthy dis course tnat followed, and, feeling that the situation was one which required more than the simrjle authoritv of the master of a ship, he had summoned to conierence tne surgeon and the chaplain. It was to these three men thpro. fore, that Whittaker and" the islander presentea tnemselves. The chaplain, like Whittaker. was a Virginian. He had not noted the AnaoEBcemcBls islander's face when he came aboard e in his FOR SHERIFF carb. but as his eve dwelt upon him standing clothed and DEATHEKAGE n candidate for Sheriff o) in his right mind before him he gave uuij, ouujra wj uie action oi a start of surprise, and so soon as the Dmeocratic part y We are authorized to announce JOHN E. ionnai salutations had been ex- BALDtt IN a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countr. subject to the action of the Democratic party. iY?T,Src authorized to announce N. B. JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the nction of the Democratic party. 'e "r nuthorized to announce H. H. COLDER a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. seml-sarac- guarantee and promise to supply the medicine free of all cost to every one who will use it, who is not perfectly sattsned with the results which it pro duces we exact no promises, and put no one under any obligation whatever. Surely, nothing could be fairer. We are located rigut here and our reputa tion should do sumcient assurance of the genuineness of our offer. We want every one troubled with In digestion or Dyspepsia in any form to come to our store and buy a box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them home and give them a reasonable trial, according to directions. Then.if not satisfied. come to us ank get your money back. lhey are very pleasant to take; they aid to soothe tho irritable stomach, to strength and invigorate the digestive organs, and to promote a healthy and natural bowel action, thus ieadiug to perfect and healthy digestion and as similation. A 25c. package of Rexall Dyspepsia roofings twenty-si- x years ago. Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment. In ordinary cases, this is sufficient to pro Todd Edwards Lumber Co. duce a cure. In more chronic casos, a longer treatment, of course.is necessary, and depends upon the severity ot the Richmond, Ky trouble. For such cases, we have two larger sizes which sell for 50c. and 31.00 Remember, you can obtain Rexall Rem A 5ort of a Give-Awa- y. edies in this commuhity only at our Some of the young ladles of Elizabeth- - store The Rexall Store. H. L. Perry's Drug Store.N town are after the city editor of the News for printing from the files of the pager those Mho attended a danco here twenty-sovpyears ago. The complainIn Kentucky Is Damaged ing ladies in question were all at the dance and thoy still have a Miss in front Considerably By Inof their names Elizabethtqwn Nows. We believe we can relieve Dyspepsia. We are so confident of this fact that we to digestany food. The Northwestern Mutual Life In T. P. Knight, conwill loan money at 5 per Station, srirance &., on gnou improved Iarm nected with the Central Fire cent interest living at sao is. uih St. tells ine ways land on Mart?.. Apply lo J. C Clienanlt, Atty. for hfs fellow townsmen to be, cured of Richmond. Kv. kidney and bladder ailments as he him self was cured. two or three years I had kidney trouble. I had a severe pain across my back, and the action of Successor to llama A Venny my kidneys seemed at times to stop. I heard of Foley Pills and eot some and took them and in a few days Oyer State Baak & Trntt Company the action of my kidneys was free and TKLEPHONE 2S normal, the pain left my back, and to day I am cured of all mv kidnov trou ble, and gladly recommend Foley Kidney Pills to all who have kidnov or blad der trouble." bold by Stockton & Son. B-- in' R. Emmett Million DENTIST Dentist Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Telephone 267 Chickens! Chickens.'I Dr. M. Dunn Specialist We havo a fowmoro Barred Plymouth Office in Oldham Building In Dkeasrei of EYE, EAR, NOSE Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale and THROAT Now is the time to get your Pullets for Oklham BMg. Richmond. Kv 4arryM Blanton, winter eggs. Our Pullets begin to lay at five months old. We have ThompDENTIST OSceiD Benajtt Bolt-ii- K, son strairf. janly IELiHONK 19S A. D. and C. D. Miller, 22-t- f Richmond. Kv Services Reasonable. GREEMEAF & HERRINGTON Accidents will happen, but the best- HONE 83, or 481. regulated families keep Dr. Thomas" Lawyers Electic Oil for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals ttie hurts. Office in Douglas & Sinneas' new Building on Seeeed Street For Rent bpp. Court House DENTIST Dwelling on the Summit; also, three n'ce rooms over store on Second street. Lick, 21-- tf Apply to C. T. For. CrewB, Bridge and Inlay work a When you have bilious attack ?lve Specialty. Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. Thej Attorssyat-La, Orttee hi Bank Building. are excellent. Forsalobyall dealers. Richmond, Kentucky. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone TO INSURE YOUR. Ifice over State Bank & Trust Co., te and live stock. tf Court House, on .Main Street. HOUSE WITH You will find that drurrists every where speak well of Chamberlain's Caugh Remedy. Thoy know from long experience in the sale of it that in cases of coughs and colds it can always be de pended upon, and tnat it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. H. I. PATRICK Paint Kentucky w op-oai- Tudkiously Spent Money is aR . Freeman Wheat Crop Automobiles AT ONCE Painted. n Will Be Severely Cold. clement Weather. nnni.... t . YEAGER The l4 HIV OMrrinrlviul in MIN F. EDWARDS, a cindldM,. f s'.f perintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Denjo-er- a scnoor, superintendence W(nrf?mi(finrtn;V tn ............. Tl' n Brock a candidate for Superintendent of ""Pi10.: Schools of Madison Count-- , subject to the action of the Democratic party e are authorizpri Harvey H. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic party. tic party. Remington Typewriters The No. 10 and No. 1 1 Visible Remington Models represent the sum total of all typewriter achievement past and present. They not only supply, for; mixer TATlLOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo- Creates or Acquires Everything Worth While in cratic party. We are nnthnrlyfwl tn finnmmfA Or mi Raybdks a candidate for Jailer of Mad ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of uaaison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized to nnnnnnci.fSKf'IRnK NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of for assessor the Democratic party. We are authorized to nnnniinr- - w. F. JARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the uemocrauc party We ore authorized to snnntnn WTTKTTS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Hadlson county subject to the action of the party. Democratic but they anticipate every They supply Visible Writing under new conditions without sacrifice of strength, durabilityor efficiency. drop-forg- ed FOR COUNTY CLERK House a candidate for Count' Clerk f Madison county subject to the action o Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce MURRAY SMITH a candidate for City Attorney of Richmond, subjecfc to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce D. M. CHENAUL-- a candidate for City AU torney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce J. ,D. Dykes for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Leeds for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. need of every user of the writing machine. December will be a very cold month. On the 12th a storm will form over the lakes and will move rapidly eastward. 13th to 14th, rain and snow. 15th to 10th, very coluover all the Northern States. 22nd to 24th, cold wave. 25th "Is the Present Charnock Married?" to 2Cth, cold and clear. On tho 27th a storm will form over the Gulf States. changed, with a word to the captain for permission, he asked Whittaker a 2Sth to 29th, snow. 30th to 31st very cold. question. "I beg your pardon, Mr. Whittaker, Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone but what Is this gentleman's name?" and live stock insurance. tf The word genUeman was used natu rally and unconsciously, with an abThat South Africa can and does raise solute sense of its fitness, as every- tobacco which threatens to compete, in one in the cabin could perceive. time. With the product of the noted pro "It Is not rightly known," said Whit ducing countries of the world, is manitaker, "but he is believed to be a fest by the fact that the manufacture of Virginian of "I knew it," said the chaplain. Im tobacco there has outstripped any other Tobacco fac pulsively; "he is one of the Charnocks manufacturing industry. tories can be seen which would do credit of Nansemond county." "Tour recognition, chaplain," said to any country in the world. Already a the lieutenant-commandeeagerly. considerable export trade has been built will be of great value in determining up. this stranger's name and station. The Tho Prohibition party seems to have evidence of it is circumstantial. I do not know how It will be regarded In a lost ground in Kentucky, as its vote fell court of law." from 0,252 in 1907 lo3,G73 in 1911. This "I have always understood that the is possibly duo in part to the fact that Charnock estate was a vast one," Bald both the Democratic and Republican Capt Ashby, "and since coal has been parties declared for the County Unit mined on the Virginia lands It has be- bill. The g6neral belief is that a great come very valuable." "It Is true," answered the chaplain. many former Democrats who havo been "Who holds it now?" asked the sur supporting tho Prohibition ticket drifted back this year because for tho first geon. "It Is held by an old man, my friend time in its history in Kentucky the of many years' standing, the brother Democratic party declared in its plat of John Revell Charnock." form for advanced temperance legisla "I believe that to be my name," said tion. the islander. "I have little doubt of it." replied fine R. I. Reds for 5ale. the chaplain, continuing. "The first Having decided to discontinue house John Revell Charnock was lost at sea. He and his wife and young child some keeping during the winter, I have for 30 years ago set forth on a voyage salo at a bargain several dozen Rhodo around the world for her health. The Island Red chickens. Address ship, in which I believe he had some Geo. G. Corzelius, . 23-ownership, was called the Nansemond. Hotel Glyndon. Its course was traced as far as Valparaiso, thence it sailed for the Philippines and was never heard of again. I know the story." said the chaplain, turning toward the captain, "because Ilaving decided to move to Illinois, 1 John Revell Charnock was one of my best friends, as Is his brother, Philip will, on Norton Charnock, who now holds the the" r, The wheat crop in Kentucky has been damaged considerably by the freezing weather during the last month. How serious the damago is not known to Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin, and will not be known until the spring of the year, but in some sections the wheat has almost been destroyed. The average wheat sown for 1911 for the State i 94 per cent, of the last year's crop, and indications are that not moro than a 75 per cent, wheat crop will be harvested next season. Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin today filed his last crop report. The average for the State follows: Rye, 93 per cent; pastures, 89 per cent; blue grass,95 per cent: live stock 97 per cent; alfalfa, 93 per cent. The ylold of dark tobacco for tho State is 8C1 pounds to the acre, and burley tobacco for tho State 795 pounds to the acre. The average pneo for cattle is four cents a pound; for sheep, four cents pound; hogs, six cents per pound; chickens, eight and one-haconts a pound; turkeys, twelve cents a pound. lf At my shop on Third St. I am pre pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I have a painter of long experience and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work- - Give me a trial. Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branches. James A Moores f 12-t- That Put Into Homes Because dollar for dollar we do not believe titer k anything eke THAX TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD tfiaf brings the same pleasure as a heme. A ad agate, on earth by investing H. DOTY, right here hi year SURVEYOR "Best on Earth." This Is the verdict of R. J. Howell, Tracy. O., who bought Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for his wife. "Her case was the worst I have ever seen,and looked like a sure case of consumption. Her lungs were sore and she coughed almost incessantly and her voice was hoarse and weak. Foley's noney and Tar Compound brought relief at once and less than three bottles effected a complete cure." Without opiates or harmful drugs of any kind Foley s Honey and Tar Compound stops coughs and cures colds. Do not accept any sub stitute. For sale by Stockton & Son. Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. bowels, cause chronic constipation. Doan s Regulets operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask home oosnmuBity yH are duelling selieage of those its patron needing ser in values you understand and with vices or a cempetem man. Address, RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. people yo knew; hence Uo risk of loss is ooapteloly eUmtaated. What you doat knew afceot lumber we arehere to toll you and we may be able to hel you avoid Are the largest ordmany ef the mistakes that are frequently made in the selection of er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, ambs, and calves at the Cin s. lumber unsuited for different Soeae lumber is O. K. for cinnati Union Stock Yards. outside seg and not worth a cent Consign your stock to them for interior finish, and vice versa. and receive the highest market We know just what is beet for prices. most purposes and have it is stock to shew you. Drop ia and let's talk it over G G Sale & all-around Co. par-pose- . W. S. Norris. m -- Harsh physics react, weaken the "There's No Place Lite Home." Here is a Remedy That Will Cure Skin and Scalp Affections And We Can Prove IL your druggist for them. srrv ds W .w ,v l vi Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field Todd-Edwarprices, See us seeds at attractive before buying. Arnold & bimmons. tf I. R. Pennington Dentist. Office An Alarm At Night cough of croup. No mistaking it, and fortunate then tho lucky parents who keep Foley's Honey and Tar Compound on hand. II. W. Cassolman. Canton N. Y., says: "It is worth its weight in gold. Our little children are troubled with croup and hoarseness, and all we give them is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. 1 always have a bottle of it in the house." If you are troubled with chronic con stipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. For sale by all dealers. Lumber Co. ins doo fo G. Richmond Ky nxi I Perry's Drug Store says to every That strikes terror to the entire house person be it man, woman or child who hold is the loud, hoarse and metallic has an irritated, tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you need not suffer "We have a refined skin another day. preparation that acts instantly and will bring you swift and sure results." One warm oath with ZE1IO SOAP and one application of ZEMO and you win noi suuer another moment and you will soon see a cure in sight. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are proven cures for every form of skin or scalp afThey are sold by one leading fection. druggist iu every city or town in America and in Richmond by Perry's Drug Store. 3t PUBLIC SALE. Advertised Lettres. List of letters romaining in the Rich mond, Ky., postoffice for the week end ing December 0: ' Alta, Miss Maria v Atherson, Miss Ethel Adams, Emma Anderson, Rev. O. F. Anderson, Mr. W. S. Arthur, MrsHattie ..Brandenburg, Rev. D. L. . Burton, Mr. John Burgin, Mr. Henry Cooper. Mrs. Ann Dory, Miss Mary Otie Dozier, Mr. Curt Hall, Mrs. Rollin . Hale, Mr. Henry Heath, Dr. M. C. Huse, Mr. Joe Keover, Mrs. C. M. Lewis, Mr. Frank Littleton, Mr. Roscoe Long, O. W. Mauley, Mrs. Laura V. McCormick, Mrs. Maggie McGuire, Denis Moore, Mr. John W. Moberley, Mrs. Jannie Murray, Mr. D. S. Parkinson, Mr. Willie Parks, Mrs. Mary L. Peters, Mr. Willie Phelps, Mrs. Mary J. Powell, Vanda Pruitt. Mr. M. L. Wilder, Mrs. Alice Wilder, Mr. J E. Winkler, Miss Rosa Wilmot, Miss Gaynett In calling for the above letters, please say "advertised." 0. O. Wallace, P. M. The long winter evenings give a woman a splendid chance for sewing cr embroidery; but her eyes suffer from the strain unless she has a good light. The Rayo lamp made. It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably easy to the eyes. There is no glare to it; no fficlcr. It Eghts up a whole room. The Rayo is an economical lamp, too. Eght-ril- is the best These Visible Remingtons have trie type bars, the estate." "Is the present Charnock married?" "No," returned the chaplain, "he Is Saturday, December 1 6, wide pivot bearings, and every other distinctive feature on which Remington supremacy is based. They have other features, new to the Remington and new to the writing machine. The Column Selector, the Built-i- n Tabulator, the Tabulator Set Key and the Adding and Subtracting Typewriter are the very latest contributions to typewriter progress. Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) For 5ale. Bourbon Red Turkeys; November delivery. A. D. & C. D. Miller, 25-t- f Richmond, Ky. Pure-bre- d an old bachelor." "That will make it easier for our friend here," said Mr. Whittaker. "provided the evidence is thought convincing." "The best evidence that he could present," returned the chaplain, "Is In his face. He Is the living image of his father as I knew him, and he has family characteristics which I think would enable almost anyone to Identify him without question' "Sir," said the islander, addressing the chaplain, "did you know my mother" 134 South Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor made tf to order and delivered promptly. "That I did," returned the old man. "Her name was Mary Page Thornton, and she was one of the sweetest girls EVERYTHING CNSUMED NO DIRT NO SOOT NO SMOKE At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue STOVE PERFECTION THE ZENITH OF The only jointless leg bottom and base with full air-tig- ht In Virginia." "And will you tell me about her. and about my father and my people?" "With the greatest pleasure," said the chaplain, kindly. "Meanwhile Capt Ashby and these gentlemen will wish to hear your story." "Take him to your cabin," said the captain promptly, "and tell him the things he wants to know. We can wait" 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m . at the Paul Noble place, about midway between Richmond and Union City, olfer at pub lic sale tho following property: Une mare mule, 7 years old; one family horse, 5 years old, gentle for women and children; one good black maro, 0 years old, good worker; one ex tra good Jersey cow, fresh in February; one red cow, a splendid milker: twelve head extra good yearling cattle, one yearling heifer, one Jersey bull calf, old enough for service; one fat sow and sis shoats, averaging about sisty pounds each: one Old Hickory wagon, good as now, two ruoher-tir- e buggies, good order. Fabmiso IiirLEsiErrs Bought last year, all new, consisting oi cultivator. plows, narrows, doubie-snoveand sin-gl- o shovels, two sets wagon harness, new and extra good; two se s good plow gear, one set buggy harness, good; one man s saddle, good. An extra lot ot household and kitchen furniture consisting of bedroom sets, splendid couch, sowing machine, extension table, range, stove, kitchen cabinet, nice carpets, diningroom chairs, rockers, etc. Furniture was all bought last yeat, and is as good as now. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Neale Forbes, 25-R. F. D., Richmond, Ky. is for tKe oil turned ; and tbe Riyo ibelf a a You gtt the most poutble low. priced lamp. Yet it u a handsome lamp tn ornament to any room ia toe house. Tbe Rayo Lamp is eas3y lighted without remorieg shade or chioaey; easy to clean and rewicL Nlade ol solid brass, d : also ia numerous other styles nidd-plate- and finishes. AA two ictit ta titaw roa His Standard Oil Company ( lacrporat d ) Gu ol Raja luaps: or mU lot aaafetn earesZu to aacacr l ttt Looking Through. at the many varities for special uses. Our list of paints you will be amaze There Are Paints For Every Purpose. From the' usful water paints for cell walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varnishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Tell us what you want to do and we'll supply the paint product with which to do it Corsets Coats Suits Gossard Corsets fectly Fitted Nuxol and Victor 5uits Per-- B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paints Phone 419 20S radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has ever been made in the history of the stove industry. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove below the grate, which is the only truS fire-keepi- ng principle. It will be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today. Florence will heat twice The Hot Blast Air-Tigthe. space that can be heated by any other stove on the cost. earth at one-hal- f The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever, ' been'made. All features are patented and no stove manufacturer, dealer or user can copy or use same for 17 years from date of patent without incurring liability for an action for damages. ht . . !laaHaCi5HHE!i The No. 21 will heat 1 coal. The No. 49 er No. 24 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 34 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or-- 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 63 or No. 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump coal The No, 53 will beat a large store or school room with 0 tons of slack or lump eeal For a church, less coal will be required. Will bum a ton less or bard csal than a hard coal base burner of the .same ize and heat twice the space. in If fh Florence .is accord-v - "No," returned the Islander; "I can wait I have waited all these years and a few hours more or less will make little difference. You have a right to know my story, and here it Is." Rapidly, concisely, with a fine dramatic touch, he told the story as he knew it of his life on the island. He was so entirely unconventional that he Interwove the bare details of the strange relation which he gave them with perso&al touches. He made no secret of his love and worship for the girl, et the belief in her which he had chsrlsfced, of the revereace in which he had held hen. He exhibited that strasge commixture of feellag with which he regarded her as a human He warns and as a showed that he was at ooce her master a ad her creature, yet through it all there ran such a thread oi bitterness, of grief, of resentment, of shame, that 'his auditors, at first unpossessed of to him the key to his feellacs. !! (To bo Continued) deml-goddes- Commissioner's Sale Mat-ti- East Main Etc, - Defendants. Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the Octo ber term of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled case, the undersigned, Master Commissioner of said court, will, on Lizzie Hughes, O. vs. Seal, Etc., . - Plaintiffs, 25-3- RICHMOND. KY and Coats t AH Wrong. The Mistake is Made by Many Richmond Citizens. Don't mistake the cause of backache. To be cured you must know the cause. If the pain comes irom sick kidneys. You must help the kidneys. A resident of this vicinity shows you how. John T. Barnett, Rowland St., Stan ford, Ky., says: "I have used a great numberof 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 of pain across the small of my back. These pains became so Intense that I was unablo 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 Hie almost instant relief and l am still taking them, feeling certain that a com-plecure will result." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. FoaterMllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take bo other. to Made to "special order" only Style, fit and material guaranteed. Call and see samples and stvle books. L. & Ne Time Table South Bound. No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Do- parts 6:45 a. m. No. 1. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar rives 11:40 a.m. Departs 12:12a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a; m. No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 6:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 7:25 p. m. North Bound No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 6:20 Si. m. Departs 6:25 a. m. No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives7:15a. m. Departs 7:20 a-No,. 23. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland, Arrives 12:05 p. m. No. 96. Knoxvflle to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive 3:00 p. as. No. A. BMttyville to Louisville Arrives l:sp. m. Departs 1:40 p.us Na 32. Jacksonville to CiecinnatL Arrives aed Departs 4:M p. m. Mid-nigh- Wednesday,, 1911, December 27, Mrs. J. A. Moores IMchmoad, Ky fc'J'J! ' -- is1 in to directions: operated Notice to Creditors. T. Griggs are hereby notified to present them, proved as required by kw,-t- o the undersigned executors at the Waco Deposit Bank, Waco, Kentucky, on or before February 1, 1912, or such claims Will be barred. O. It. Skakct, on the premises in Berca, Ky at 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder at public auction, the following described tract of land: Beginning at a stone on the south side of Prospect street in Berea, Ky, corner to J. L. Baker, thence eastward along the south side of Prospect street 1110 feet to land owned by Simpson Mc Quire, thence with line of same southwest .825 feet to a stone corner to Mo. Guird and in line to Jason WiiliamsQ thence with his lino westward 84 feet to a point near center of crenk, thenco with line ol! P. B. Ambrose and J. L. Baker 1010 feet to the beginning, containing twenty-tw- o acres, more or less. twenty-thre- e 226 Second Street 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. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a cus: : tomer. : : : : small room all winter with two tons of slack or lum- - character against tho estate of Lucien ing lots witti streets irontlng tnem and All persons having claims of any vided inro splendid build FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS, SIMMONS & DEATHERAGE " The 2od Stmt Hardware Store said lots will be sold in single and com binations of lots to suit purchasers; then offered as a whole and the bid or bids producing tho most money will be accepted. Said plat Is on file In the Commissioner's office and can be seen at any timo and on the grounds the day of the sale. Terms Said land will be sold on a credit of six or six and twelve monrhs' Wh. Bextox, time with option of purchasers paying Executors of Lucien T. Griggs. the purchase money at any timer before 25-4-1 This December 1, 1911. maturity. If sold on time he purchasers will be required to execute bond payable to tee uomaissioner, with ap Office For Rent. proved security, bearing 6 per cent in- win any oi saie uniu ta whh OAee equipped with water and heat on land to secure is our buikttac os Second street. Pos- - a lfea retained the the purchase nosey te the paysMnt of . January 1st, Mix. tMiloB ft have um rail force and effeet ot a 34-t- f H. 0. Rich, M. C. M. C. C. Doceua & Spsmok s aU . . Old corn $4.25 per bbK by the load. Send your order to Arnold & Simmons. tf tri Fire, Life, "Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old line Compante f, Was. S. Breaddus, Agt. t-- D. B. McKinney &. Saeeess&r to Tate Sea itKig-rne&t- hwkhr mam k a kiag i Ms own new; m nahwluiyaMa M an uehayyy Xe's 31, ST, 38, 27. 34. stave. Burdock Bloat Bisters bMs up Dtilr train. No's 71, 1, A sonnet fteoJin keep you well. daily Kxoept Sunday, 2S, 08. 3 ar 3, 9, W, 3, 7 Telephone 35 L. Mailt Street W. D. Oldham & Co.'s WHEN" Mr Farmer: Slake yonr liorue as modem for yonr family an a city rei dence and place yoursall iu a poeition to get the latest market quotations., fortunate man." ny time.. Tbirftan be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when "Of all on earth." was the bitter anyou ana your, neighbor can get for a snm that is stnaiLcumpared with the betJ sweri "I cannot Jthink there are any office or write direct to headqnarten efita received. Call or address our neart-smore' miserable than L" Why Mabei's Friend Nashville, Tennessee, (or information regnrdinjs our stecial "Farmers" Liaei "Did jou learn "nothing of his past. rate If at present you are not enjnying telephone service, we ran immediate i Miss Brenton?" asked Whittaker, unanterest you. Oar Hnwi cover th Siates oi Kentucky. Tennessee, MUaittiDn comfortably, imable to answer this Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. -- l .mfc. -- JSCS strange yet natural assertion". "Could the roan remember nothing?" EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated "I learned a grat deal," returned was simply awf uh, Mabel, the woman. "In the cave which he Y T think would be able had made his home and which he has LWcS7XATONd 3Y 7$ since yielded up to me? " To get a thing to please a man. is "Where cave?" IQ 0W?A3r, iVOS.SYtrC CHAfiflM. COPrfJCM m CRCA1 BRITAIN mean a present suitable, acceptable, or correcfc-"On the other side 'of the r island. of society. If I may stand for the "Kp, let me take up the tale," cried 'Till I read about the Busy Bee, which store I did inspect You shall see presently. I found a your the woman. "Believing that I was world asexpress companion has eafd, I Bible. There it There is no eitabusKment m the United was a date In it some reverence for ;you swellest overcoat, I bought Bob the right, believing that the educaUon can only homage myyou 30 years back and a name In it" States better aEle to meet your requireand my to In this way." and training which had made me And Jim an all wool sweater coat. He stepped nearer to her, he seized "What Is the name?" ments in exclusive selections of Diamonds were sound, believing that what I was "John Ravell Charnock." And papa said thesuitl bought showed taste and forethought; this man was as free as I to choose her hand. He was an in unique and distinctive settings; Sterling humble-mindequixotic sort ' ot a "Of Virginia?" asked Whittaker, Silverware wrought by experienced arhis course and order his life, knowing But baby brother's Reefer Goat, in rod,. sailor, If you will, for before anybody eagerly. nothing of his wife, I yielded to his tisans; Gold Jewelry of refined and At three, was surety great. "I think so, although there was pleadings. I thought it was a noble realized what he was about, he bent artistic character; Sheffield Silverware of and splendid opportunity vouchsafed his head low over it and kissed it. And nothing but the name and the date In They had another priced at throe. Toilethard metal with thje sailors behind him and the mathe Bible." me and. in a measure, vouchsafed him ware of sterling silver and of ebony; And some at live that plearedmo; rines in rank broke into a hearty "I know Charnocks in Virginia. They to show the world that we did really J Watches of the world's leading makers; come from Nanseinond county." , And boys'.and children's suits, all naw, believe what we said. Had I believed cheer. "There, madam," said Whittaker, Herschede Hall and Mantel Clocks of "It is a further confirmation," said In God then I should have said his every color, style and hue. national reputation for case designs, timemo, his conversion to "you have the approbaUon of society the woman. "With the Bible there meeting with keeping, and famous Tubular Chimes that my theories, his passion for me, his for my act As for 7011, sir," he was a little silyer box containing a They priced from ten clear down to two, willingness to abide by my decision turned toward Langford, "I should be 1 flint and steel by means of which " sound the hours and quarters after the too. Boys in ''Knickers" and straight pants, were Providental. I was glad to con- untrue to manhood if I did not say she turned to Langford "we lighted peals of Whittington and Westminster: in Said I to Ed, "Let's see the ties secrate my life to the truth, with his what you yourself have said; that you that beacon which brought you here fact, with the choicest in jeweuy, aid Xo take the final step in attesta- acted not only like a brute and a this morning." And combination sets,!' I was surprised. and s3versmithing at moderate coward, but, sir, when I look at 'the tion of my bolief, to convince the my own eye cjuight the sig"It lady, I am constrained to add like a nal," was prices. A Catalog of Hall and Mantel were priced so low, Such good values world that one woman at least had answered Langford. Clocks only is issued, as assortments in the courage of her convictions. It was fool." "Would God I had died ere I gave It am telling facts, you try tliein "Bo." Langford started forward, but the other lines are always changing so as to a mistake, a frightful mistake, an irup to her!" interposed the man. The hats for men, in soft or stiff!,' reparable mistake, for which I sup- lieutenant checked him. include the latest approved designs. But "I Insisted upon It So soon as I "Having said all that, I must admit pose that I must suffer to the end of selections, insured and express paid, will Were the nicest I had seen that you haye conducted yourself since realized this man loved me, I told him time." I had a story to tell. I knew it would be sent to those making themselves known and brown and gray Colors black "Xo," cried Langford, "I am here that time as a man- - of honor and as a bring sadness to his as reliable through the Correspondence I bcuueuiuu. gay. to repair the bidder. i uave no gouuc mat him to hear the voiceheart I wanted And other eolors, plain and Department of the A personal visit when in There Is no power on earth," said your "er w111 oe accepted; that the comment upon my relation,world In Kid and Mocha gloves galore, and boys' in all the styles, and I ' Cincinnati will be appreciated. JUU US l Will UU the woman, passionately, "that can t.wwu tti knew he would find it on yonder ship." put me where I was; that can give me j( mire and respect your wife." I couldn't have done half as well if shopped for 20 miles. Jewelers Goldsmiths Sflvenmith "I was happy," said the man, "to go No!" cried the man of the island. back that I have lost" on as we were. I should not have I saw the swellest mufflers, in patterns fresh and new, suddenly. The Frank Herschede Co. "Kate. Kate!" cried Langford, you He had kept silence, resolved to lighted that fire." like my Chri? tmas dream came true. All so don t understand!" Herschede Building, Fourth Avenue, East, "Pray continue with your story. 'Why con- hear it all out without Interruption. Ho ll. "I understand Their salesmen had the spirit and would often advise; Cincinnati, Ohio tinue the sorry story? Mr. Whittaker, had suffered as the .miserable story Miss Brenton." said the lieutenant had been unfolded to such an extent commander. "I am deeply Interested "No Christian Ever Believed in His I was delighted, they waited on me so nice. and you that are men beyond, that have wives and children and sweet that all that he had gone through with in It. There is a great Charnock es-- ' God as I Believed in Her." Their prices are just wonderful, Mabel, hearts, that have been taught to lore before seemed like child's play. He tate in Virginia which has been held the presents, that's kept us awake at night God, to believe in him, and to observe had heard Langford's noble confession, for 30 years or more, by the last sur- with you. No, not for anything that The Busy Bee has his laws, that have submitted your- his generous offer to repair his wrong, vivor of the ancient family. And I re- you can proffer, nor for any reason What I buy for papa, brother or son, that you can' urge, will I come to you WINTER selves gladly to the conventions of so but without the appreciation of it member some romantic story connectWhere it comes from Oldham's, where they treat you on when in my soul I belong to another. ciety or if any be among you who which the circumstances and JU Intrin- ed with it, too," TO "The silver box that Inclosed the There may be no epd to this but my have outraged these and gone against sic quality might have evoked. He had the square, heard tho woman's defense, her splen- flint and steel," despair. man may off. them, the law into My Christmas will be happy, my shopping quite well done. hands taken will understand your own did justification of her course, the bit- "was marked 'J. continued the woman, This man This trample mecast me foot R, C Exploring the may under you sooner or later what came to me. I discovered ter repentance that had followed it, Island I came upon the remains of a The spots upon my soul may loom that there was nothing high or holy but without that appreciation of what boat and any of you may examine It. larger in his view and hide what else AND ALL in this man's regard fox me; that he Justification there was for her and the Near the boat in yonder coppice there is there. I know I have been forON SAL.E DAILY were two skeletons, one of a woman given, by God. I 'will not be forvalue of her remorse achlch the persuaded himself that he believed as VIA in You will I simply to get possession of me. I count should have brought to him. He and the other of a, dog. I excavated given by men, but I tell you here and awoke to a dreaded realization, alone had observed Whittaker's prompt and the boat, found that It had belonged now, again and again, that I will not ALL DINING CARS with him on that yacht. He was not touching expression of confidence and to the ship Nansemond of Virginia. I be your wife. I will be his wlfo or kind to me. He acted according to reverence, but without understanding have the stern pieces with the name no man's." EQUIPMENT SERVING Langford turned away and hid his its force and power. Indeed, he had painted on It in my cave. I put the his lights." ELECTRICALLY "I will confess it," said Langford. instinctive shrewdness enough to skeletons of the dog and the woman face in his hands. Whittaker stepped ALL MEALS "I was a brute to her. I drank; I ac- realize that even though the sailors in the boat and filled It up again with forward and laid his hand upon the LIGHTED A LA CARTE knowledged that I had a wife; I said touched by the act of gallantry and sand. There they lie waiting Chris- shoulder of the man of the island. moved with pity for the young woman tian burial. The place where they He shook him for a moment she was in my power; I called her who stood there lovely In her sadness had died, the woman and her dog, I "You stand immobile," he cried, GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. vile nam os." There was a low growl, a muttered had cheered, yet the world would be carefully inspected. Everything but sharply, "after such a confession as FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON AHY TICKET ACEHT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. roar from the men behind Whittaker. very slow to the same expression. metal, and most of that, had rusted that, after such an appeal? What Richmond's Greatest Store GR IT HI 14 Even Langford's own men, in his own He saw that the woman was face away, but I found two rings." She have you to say, man?- You ought to H. a KINO, Passenger acd Ticket Ajcnt, 101 E. Mala St, LEXLNOTON, KY. that she stretched forth her hand. "They are get down on your knees and thank pay, shrank back from him. The man to race with a crisis; was frightfully pale, yet he went on would either have to accept or de here." She stripped them off. "One God for the love of such a woman. 'Aye, aye," burst out tho deep tones resolutely, Whittaker stilling the tu- cline Langford's offer to marry her at of them Is a wedding ring. You see it is marked." She read the markings of the old coxswain of the cutter. "So once. mult with upraised band. your residences a .d store buildings need His heart was filled with bitter rage. off, "J. It C. to M. P. T. September say all of us," "Xo one," he cried, "can think more 10, 1S69, II. Cor. xl, 15. Tho verse of hatefully of a human being than I He Knew that he loved the woman painted and papered, or decorated in any "God help me." cried the man. lift think of myself now. I have not that he never would love any person Scripture to which reference is made ing his hand and releasing his shoulbut the woman, but nevertheless the Is 'I will very gladly spend and be der from the grasp of the officer, way, see me about it, as am prepared to doall kinds of learned her philosophy; I have learned "I did though the more abun another and a better. In some sort resentment against fate which had spent for you,you, love this woman. Think how it was-- , dantly I love the les3 I be loved of a way at least I know that I can placed him in so awful a position, of think how I believed in her. No ChrisDecorating and never be happy until I have made'he;' wnose malign purposes he had been There was a piece of silver, also, tian ever believed in his god as I be which bad evidently been part of now the blind, ignoble victim, was happy. I know that I love her lieved iu her. She told me what purity Hanging. as I should have loved her then; great that for the time being his love dog's collar, It, too, was marked John Revell Charnock His Dog, July was, what Innocence was, what sweetthat I have hunted theae seas for her was In abeyance. He pitied himself, ness was, what light was, what truth And that was. all." without ceasing since she left me in he loathed Langford, he was contemp was, and I looked at her and saw will use nothing in the way of materials on your S "Do you remember nothing of your tuously indifferent to the world, and a drunken stupor one night" them." work except such as invite you to inspect at all times for the moment he almost hated the early life, nothing whatever, sir? "Loft you how?" asked the lloutenTo get good results in shotgun shooting, "And you can look at her and see before being applied to your house, etc. Also, will woman. The ant commander. that asked Whittaker, turning to the man them now," cried the officer. it is necessary to have a load that makes an "I have a dim recollection of some appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise yon "I am not quite clear. Tmust have he had that this was as ungrateful as "No," said the man, "I can never in return for same honest work and materials. descended very low," said Langford. it was unwarranted added to his sort of a sea happening, of a long voy- look at her and see her the same." even pattern, gives good penetrations and is age with a woman and some kind of "I remember some sort of a scene at wretchedness and misery. "Ob, Man! Man I" cried the woman. Very respectfully yours, reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester "No," ho cried, "before any answer ap animal in an open boat, of horrlbl supper, and when I awoke in the The test was upon him. He was sufferings, of a few words of prayer morning, tor I didn't wake for ' six is made, let me speak! failing. Her sorrow, her gilef were Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. Your, pardon," months, they found me in the mornmore for him than for herself. said Whittaker, that is an," ; The next time you buy, insist upon having "I think that this man, then a child.' may i ask who you are? ing with a fractured skull on the cabthem. "Don't mistake me," said the man. in floor, and they took me back to the "Sir." returned the man. "as to who resumed the woman, "and his mother "I can't help loving you, whatever you RE"D k THE V BRAND United States. It was a year or more I am and what I am, I do not know, must in some way have been Involved are. If you had been as guilty as, in a shipwreck, and that she and her before I could begin the search for nor noes it greauy matter. Third when he began to speak and when Richmond, Ky her." dog must have been cast you "Your pardon again," retorted the eon and a away on this Island; that the woman you corroborated him, I fancied that "He said things to me that night," lieutenant commander, coolly, "but It were, I should have loved you just said the woman, "that no woman could matters very much. Unless you have died and the child survived. There Is the same and I should have married nothing here that would In any way you, endure or forgive. He came toward some right to Interfere, I do not conand I shall marry you. This . . . me. I threw him from me with such cede that any suggestion from ypu in barm him and his life and growth un- this awful thing has come between us, der such circumstances and condiforce and violence I am a strong wo- this crisis which seems to concern but we will try in some way to live man that be lay senseless in the these two people, this lady and this tions are quite possible. He had prob it down, to forget it, to go on as we ably seen his mother read that Bible. cabin. The motor launch had been gentleman, is at all In order." were." He carried it with him, put got overboard for a trial and was He stepped toward the woman. But it does concern me," returned cave and forgot it with the it in that "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to flint and trailing astern. I got in it drifted the man, impatient of this checking; She drew herself up to her full steel in the silver box of which he away, started the motor and ran It women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, I1L "For ior 1 iove this woman myself, and she would have no knowledge and which height and looked him unflinchingly until the gasoline was gone. I brought has done me the honor to say that she nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding ray sides. The he could not usg. The dog probably in the face. food and water from the cabin table. loved me. I had Intended to "No," she said, "we are not going on make lived some time and when he died I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, I lived a week in the boat, bearing her my wife shouldProvIdence ever crawled back to where his mistress as we thought We will not marry and southward all the time by means of Dring us to civilization again, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so live together. We will not bury this lay and gave up his life at feet a sail which I improvised from a boat "Had Intended!" exclaimed the worn And therefore I believe thisherman's wretched happening In tho past In thin, my weight was 115. Nowwl weigh 163, and I am night One cloak. was an, under her breath, there but no one no name to be John Revell Charnock any oblivion. I will marry no man, never sick. I ride horsebackfasgood as ever. I am in ticed her words, and the lieutenant that he is an American, and that he although he may have my whole heart, fine health at 52 years." spoke again. came from Virginia. I know him to who is not proud and glad to take me, being the caser some in be a Christian and a gentleman. In who does not realize that I am as pure iiiat IXCOlirOHATBD. formation as to who you are and how all the days that we have been togeth and as innocent of wrong and shame -you came here is the more evidently er on this Island he has done me no as he would fain think his mother, as 8O00H6SOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. CHAPTER XVIII. in order." wrong. He has been gentleness, kind he would absolutely know his wife Wants to sell your tobacco. We have Divided. "I can atoswer that" said the worn ness, docility itself, and despite our must be. I told you that your manhood The best thing on earth for a man an. "When I landed on this island, I selves we have learned to love each must be put to the test I told you that put in additional lights, aud have found this man here. He had been other, until yesterday we did not your love must bo tried by Are. What in the Islander's position would have I loved in you was the assurance that been isolation and a chance to think It plent' of room to shelter your Tobacco. here a long time. I believe he had We have thousands of such letters, and more are been cast away here as a child and know, it Now if is for him to say you- - would survive the test, that you over. The worst thine on earth for a arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who would trlumph.in the trial. It is not I woman in Katharine's position was had grown up alone. He had no what we will do." "Kate, Kate," cried Langford, "you that have been before the great judge isolation and a chance to think it over. have Wed it, surely proves tho great value of this vegetaspeech or language. He had no mem cannot let this. untutored savage' this morning, but you, and you have It the man had been enabled by lack ory of the past His mind was ble, tonic medicine, for women. "Not that." said the woman, "for I failed." of outside interests to give free rein blank. I was glad to find him here, Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak "Kate," said Langford, "he casts you to his thoughts and let them draw him He gave me occupation, companion have taught him all I know and all I women up, to health and strength. If you are a woman off; take me. I a wear to you that whither they would, he might have arship. I nad been well educated. I de believe." give it a trial. It shduld help you, for it has helped a mil"You cannot let him decide this were I in his place, L would not have rived at a different viewpoint, whence termined to teach him. I knew that lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredihe could have enjoyed a sight of the his Ignorance was tho result of hia question," continued the man, passing hesitated a moment" ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organsl "I respect you more than ever," said anair la all Its bearings and could have environment I believed him to be over her Interruption. It is a good tonic Try it 1 Your druggist sells it ies," said the woman, "he must the woman; "but I don't loveyouand adjusted himself to them, but the opnaturally acute. I lound my beliefs decide, but whatever he decides, what I cannot, I will not take you!" portunity he needed" he did not get He warranted. I taught him all that Write to: Ladies' Advisory Deot. Chatlanooa "Charnock," said Whittaker, could of life and letters from memory. ever tho relationship between this tor Special Instructions, and "if was Immediately plunged into an at book. "Home Treatment lor Women." stntlrtt. Incorporated man and this woman Is to be, I can that's your name, permit me to say mosphere of such strangeness to him. JH tor tnree years my sole and only oc EAST MAIN STREET cupatlon has been to teach him what I never be anything on earth to you.1 here saving the lady's presence, that uued with such compelling necessltv RICHMOND. KENTUCKY "Don't say that,". said Whittaker. you are behaving like a damned fool." for attention, that, although he knew. No preceptor ever had npter NEAR L & N. DEPOT "Think, my dear lady, what you do, or more docile pupil, The man looked at him dumbly, un- - loathed the necessity thus imposed -- l Know That I Love Her Now." "No learner ever sat at the feet of what this man offers you, the position comprehendlngly, and made no reply. upon him, he was constrained to take a storm. At the height of it I was such a teacher," cried the man, In which God forgive me! you It was the woman who SDoke. coldlv. part in the life that flowed around impartially. thrown upon this island. The " She had seemingly dis him. His instinct and he was al touched by the recollection. "Think, stand." "Sir," said the woman, addressing missed the whole affair, though at most a woman in his Instinctive ca "1 hoped," saia Langford, taking up men, all that I knew was a childish the tale, "that that might be the case, babble of prayers which had remained the lieutenant commander, "this man wnat a cost to herself ho one could pacitywas to be alone, but it was Impossible, and" In spite of himself and with that end in view I have in my memory, I was ignorant of wronged, me grievously, terribly. He know. have never seen a woman Sir," she said, "is there anyone on what he saw distracted him. The searched the Pacific I have landed everything, even that I myself exist deceived me. He broke my heart He upon many uncharted islands. I have ed; that there was any difference be killed ambition, aspiration and respect your ship empowered to administer an people he met did more. .good sense but w had with wauuueer nustied him below, of oath?" explored others little, if ever, yisited, tween me and the p$lm tree or yon for my own kind within my soul. I have that power," answered the course, as soon as possible and took beauty enougk.to make herpraying to God that she might be der bird; that man was made, in the know him through and through. The alive, that I might find her and make Image of his God; that there was such fact that he failed quickened his pas lieutenant-commande"Why do you him into his own cabin. Fortunately self "highly agreeable. mey were men or much the same you reparation, and now 1 have found her a thing as a woman upon earth. I had sion; the' fact that men say I am ask?" I wish you would brlns some of height and build, although the islander at last when I had given up all hope, no Ideas of honor or honesty, or pur beautiful made him the more eager; wish; to see faces light up with abandoned all expectation. And I ity, or sweetness, or truth, or life, or me ract that he was away and that your officers here wjth paper and ink. was the more graceful, symmetric and strong, and he succeeded in getting ne could not lay his "hands upon me I wish" to make a deposition as to joy and satisfaction just drop stand here confessing my fault before uod, until she taught me. I believed thn men, ready to do anything and every- in her as I believed in God, and I loved made him the more insistent; the fact facta that I have learned concerning mm into a civilian suit of clothing for in amdnj? the customers at that I had flaunted him and said him this man which may be of service to which he had no present use. There thing that a man can do to make her as I love sunlight and fresh air and the sweet wind. I loved her, as I nay and struck him down made him him in establishing his Identity and were both loss and gain in his appearamends tor the past" discovering his history when ho re ance. There was no gain In the island. "But you have a wife." said Whitta- learned to love under her teaching. the more determined." er's feelings, at least, he thought not "Kate, Kate, you wrong me. Before turns to the United States."" goouness ana truth and every virtue. ker, coldly. "But are you not colne back with in view of the irksome restraint of "No, she's dead these two years, And to think, to think, to think" God you wrong me!" Interrupted as, Miss Brenton?" asked the officer in clothing, and yet there was a certain thank God. I never loved her. It he threw up his bands in a wild ges- Langford. . satisfaction to his soul in being no 'And indeed, madam, I believe you amazement "We are was a boyish Infatuation for a de ture "that it has come to this." sailinc for Hon. fel signing adventuress who wanted a oiuiu and tnence for San Francisco as longer singled out from amona-.hl- s "And he taught me something Mr. do," commented Whittaker. 1 lows by the strangeness of his apparel . Let her speak on." said the man of directly as we can go."" hold upon my father's money. I am Whittaker," 6ald the woman. "He . I. aT.1L.. me garments .oecame him. Dealing No." said the girl. "I will not leave ABuvueb free, free to make her my wife. I ask gave me back my faith in manhood the island. will "It may be that you are right" con the Island. You can take my friend and it all depended upon your point of her, I beg her to take me, to give which you " she swept Langford ' view; as to whether vou preferred the Telephone OperaJIouse.Buildine- a me a chance to show that I feel what with a bitter glance "had destroyed. tlnued the woman. "It may be that handsome barbarian with a hint ot he is higher, nobler, truer .than I have "The Southern Cross." said Lant. I have done, to devote my life to ex- Ho gave me back, I think, my faith in civilization in his carriage, or the civpiation." God. He taught me many things. And fancied. I should be glad-- to be able ford, "Is at your disposal. Kate . nave had one voyage uDon her.!' ilized gentleman with a suggestion of He stopped, wiped the moisture when two days ago an earthquake bur- to think so. I am wIIUhk to take your i from his forehead, stood for a moment led me within the cave J call view of It. his assertion of ii. but I saip iae woman bitterly. "I want nev- the barbaric in his bearing. Whittaker reasoned rightlF that the sooner he not love him. Should I marry him, er to see her again," in the silence that followed his "words, my home, and be tore trie rocks asun- do his face downcast Then he lifted it der and freed me and caught me in T would bring to him a heart, a soul, "Woman." said the man of the la. became accustomed to th?se things haggard, worn," sad, the humiliation of his arms, I knew that he had taught a nody uiat turns to eome one else. iano suddenly, "If you atav hero r the better, and that the tims to Degin waa immediately. the last few moments having entered me what love was, and as he con' He could never bo anything to me. stay here. Without you I will not-go,We have enlarged our warehouse and-ca- n He had had- - a- - kwsty word or two hanI into his soul. "Not so," said the womaa scornfulfessed before you all that he loyed me,. As myam a Christian woman, a lover with the captain fcefere he took him A T1AININ6 dle all the Tallow, Wool, Hags, Bones, Gin-- , God and a follower of hia Son, ly; "I would .not be unon tfce of SCHO0L FOR TEACMLRS "Kate." he said, softly; "your that he did love me, I will confess the I- caanot aee but that I would be add-i- Island alone with ypu "again. You kwid below, and when he was dressed and seng and Feathers that you bring. Rememsame, and say that I at least baye sot have tt required, assistance one wrong to another to come to from the lieutenachanged In this hour," ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides nt-commander tWa man Sb compliance with any susr- ere the unfamiliar Her voice broke, but she CHAPTER XVII. VKatp Kate?" cried Langford "for ajeation if Rubber and all kindsof metals and scrap iron. Preparatory, State. of the world, fallowing any again instantly and resumed eaiilt CpC her iron cate, Life Diploma, County Bring what you have aictate of society, subservient to any The Woman's Plea. CoatisMtl on next page? Certificate, Ileview, Special A Des Moines mau had an ntta-sI HAVE FOR SALE THE of convention. I cannot see but that 1 '.'Then if one ot us must star." It "Miss Brenton," said Whittaker, would be. dolsg as great or a greater shall be J." with the deepest gravity he could In- muscular rheumatism in hu Fest Braces for fences. Water TanW rV. and' TUITTON FREE TO APPOINTEES fuse In voice and manner, "you have-bee- A friend advised him - to rn In ifnt wroac than I dl4 before In flauat- "No," said the Sprjncs. ThatRepairs ioc all Itkuk of Machinery. lac all. o titaae forces. I haye learned beea la theworld woman, "i havA EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. a most unfortunate, a most unand you have not He sought happy woman. Allow me to assure fl0.00ormoro. way to cure fora quick- what love ks a what marriage should You aay go a& leara what it bntoo Yonr taxesTor the yr- - ttll'iwa bow AETISTIC CATALOGUE FREE it and found be. I will ot.a;ive my hand and yloM fof you. Wye yw ot ay smcerest commiseration, er And cheaper I tried itln Chamberlain's Llnament. Threw tip my in .my hands for. eotketion. ..... ftae wfeerc 1 eaasot ylete my to G. CRAWE, PrcsWet, Richmond, Ky. respect, my most prof ound days jiOattha first application of you Ifaaoas. mr may ia'WiyJttd avefcl th- A4 there ia'ae sxplatlon or putrive la practice." Now.-rata, M Well as HpimUa. You kve BuRred, Suit lia&Buaiitf WM ylL For sale hvlitis t&tm all raquirw it of at, ao that y fAk U voice UI "Tb ialaad fe nUa," mM ft man. savin Im pwalty, by prompt payaant. ii, A. XoCord, Shff. RICHMOND KENTUCKY - How About This? Presents God's sake, think of .what you say and SirJ??!d.. Whittaker.-turaiaman efr the island,, "you: are , g dor to the very Where and Bought Christmas It didnt I Y BlADY: I tffeetj. Ipsjpfr is-th- that can coerce me into it l will not marry you, Valentine Langford. I will accept your expressions as evidenced by your words, by your presence here, as testimony to your regret Indeed, I realize that your confession was itself a great humiliation to a man like you. And perhaps I have spoken harshly of It. But the bare Iact remains, I do not love you, I could not love yov, I don't even want to love you,. My heart, my squl goes to this man," she turned .to her companion of I have the Island, "whom lip toto-damade and fashioned and taught and, trained Mntil these hours when he has - love broken away from me. this man who stands silent, who thinks of me as a" thing spotted,' polluted, damned. Him I love, though he slay me, yet will I love him. Him I trust, though he disobey me, yet will I love him. Him I will serve, though he cast mo off, yet will I love him. And with this in my heart in which I glory and which I confess as openly and with as little hesitation as you confessed your shame, I give you my final, absolute, utterly irrevocable decision. I will not marry you, I will not go back Voice y 0 I I up-to-no- w too-we- Remember: morning at be welcome the -- N I Painting, Paper I I I W. L. LEEDS Street WANTED Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. . Slialt here when you, be "Jfcre when you return, "Via elm II Eu." KhiruJ thf wo-manIooklng boldly at him." The clash, ot wills almost struck fire within the eyes ot the two who thus crossed swords. "Meanwhile,". she turned t Langford, "if you will leave the island and go back to your ship, I shall " be very glad. There la nothing you can do here. You have nothing to gain by remaining." "Kate,' he cried, "one last appeal." "It Is as unavailing asthe first" She, looked at him steadily. He saw that within her face and bearing which convinced him that what she said was true- ."At least," he said, wiQi the dignity of sorrow and disappointment, "if I have played the part ot the fool, I have done my best to play the man." He turned slowly away. In a step the woman was by his side. You have,' ihe said. "Whoever else has failed 'me in this hour, it has not been you. I am sorry that I do not love you, that I never did lore you and that I cannot love you." She reached her hand out" "Good-by.- " "Good-by,- " he said, "if you think ot me, remember that I did my best to make amends and v if you ever change " "I shall, not change," said the woman. "Good-by.- " He moved off down the strand. L called his sailors to him, got into bis boat, 'shoved, off and was rowed oven the blue lagoon and through the opening in tho barrier toward the yacht tossing slowly upon the long swells of the Pacific. "As for you, sir," said the woman, after she had watched Langford a little while in silence, "will you go back and bring some officers ashore to hear my story?" "At your wish, Miss Brenton," said the lieutenant-commande- r gravely. The woman turned to her companion. "Will you go with them?" "And leave you here alone?" cried the man. I snail be here when you come back, I give you my word upon it I do not break my word. You know whatever else you. may have against me, I have always told you the truth. If you will remember, I said but yesterday that I was not worthy of you." She smiled bitterly. "And In that, madam," said Whltta ker, give me leave to say that you broke your record for veracity." " Tis good ot you to say so," she returned. "Believe me I have taken more conjfort from your words and actions in this dreadful hour than I had dreamed it possible for men to give. Now, if you will all go away and leave me and not come back until evening I shall be so glad and thankful." . "Come, sir," said tho lieutenant-commandenot unkindly, touching the man upon the shoulder. "As a gentleman you cannot do less than accede to the lady's request" Suffering himself thus to be persuaded, the man followed the officer into the boat, in which the whole party embarked and was rowed away from the island. His first touch with the world had separated him from the woman he loved and who loved him. Nay, his own frightful folly, his own blindness, his own criminal and heartless decision had done that. And the world upon which humanity loves to load the blame ot Its transgressions, and with which it would fain share the consequences of its own follies, had nothing whatever to do with it In fact, It was because he was so Ignorant of the world, so utterly unable to see things In their relative values and in relation we ascertain truth that ho had taken the tone that he had used and entered upon the course which he had fol lowed. He could only see one thing, that this woman who ho supposed belonged so completely and entirely and abso lutely to him, who was as fresh and unspotted from the world as he was, who had been his own as he had be longed entirely and utterly and abso lutely to her, was different! That the difference was more irf his own. Imagination than anywhere else brought him no comfort He still loved her, he still wanted to marry her, but he loved her In spite of her shame. A greater, a wiser man would have loved her because of it And some day this fact which he himself was inherently large enough to realize, pr would be after a time, would cause him a grief so great that the anguish that he suffered now would be noth ing. Whittaker was a man of great tact and shrewdness and one with a wide knowledge of the world. He realized something of what was In the man's mind. 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IUI1 Catarrh Care It taken Internally and upon the Mood and raucous If r't directthe ayatwn. rVnd for teiTlmonltla, a of l Harried Header. for the $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, and $25 Other Suits $J0.00 to $12.50 25, 50, 75, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.50,5.00 Fur Caps There are many times when a man needs a fur cap. Ours are elegant, corn- fortable, durable, and not high priced F J. CHEXEr & CO.. Toledo, 0. SkU by all Dmtflita, 75c Ttte Haifa Family TOla (or coEitlpitlea, W. W. Broaddus &Co & store. Be-eur- Pigg's Pure Applo Vinegar at Allman , Pigg's. All the latest books at Perry's drug 12-tf Fine Handkerchiefs Tried by every test, 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. 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 styles, $250 to $4.00 Suspenders, Canes, Pajamas, Cuff Buttons, Collars, Shirts, Raincoats, Hats all make desirable gifts Let us say again : Come before the rush come while assortments are the best-co- me while we can give yon our best attention but come when you will, we'll do our best for you and see our line of Christmas have excellent stationery in fancy boxes. facilities for storage. Bring in your Pkbbt's Duuo Store. 2-wheat. tf SeeW. W. Broaddus & Co. for all Holly, in wreaths or loose, for Christ- kinds of storage. lf resimas decoration. Call at cemetery Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone 25-2-t Jxmks Sitaav. dence. tf and live stock insurance. For Rent Your money's worth at the Bazar, Saturday, Qlyndon Hotel. A good business bouse on First street Apply to A. Dobrow Woman has one treat advantage. She Rj.oiniBg me. 2C-tis born with a will that no count can si? break. 2-f. 5, 10, best are here. 15,25,50,75, Bath Robes 1.00 . Kenton Coats at $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50, and $25 Other Coats $8, $8.50, $10, $12.50 - son or brother Very appropriate for father, husband, useful and beautiful at 4.00, 5.00, 6.00, If you are going to use holly for Christ silver watch; Elgin move-Ken- t; mas decoration, telephone your order 25-2- 1 to James Shaw at cemetery. liberal reward. " 25-:Jons A. Todd. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others For Rent tf do and why not you. Mrs. Ida Haggard's residence of 7 or French Mission Circle is doing a good 5 rooms on Broadway. Apply to work. Go to the Bazar, Snturday afternoon and help a good cause. J. B. H ASBIS. 24-Phone 520 The more extensive a man's know ledge of what has been done, the greater will be his power of knowing what to Timber For Sale. Open-fac- e T tf Lost Watch. I The C,v,n8l.n ana Bante 5UDDEN 5UMMON5 Called From Life An Lsti- - 1 do. The first sicn of approaching age in 300,000 feet good timber. Oak, Pine, Are vour liens layers or loafers? Con- - women is when she begins to say, we Linn, Buckeye, nearBerea,Ky. Address . key's Laying Tonic will make layers girls." C. W. Daws, out of them. For sale by Stockton's "Horses for big money. sayinc r: J & THRISTMAS ' I 1 li a"aa A Ptomaine Poisoning Claims A Beautiful Little Life. City Council. The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in the council chamber, Thursday evening; Dec. 7, at 7:30 p.m. Mayor Rice was in the chair. n Clerk c ans at bis desk and every present except T. T. Covington, This being'the he being out of town. last meeting of the outgoing council. the business was entirely of routine coun-cilme- S. S. Pabkes, President v Bessett. ue President CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE The inscrutable word of Him who RICHMOND, KENTUCKY guides the destinies of all has decreed death bas caused such a No recent that the flesh must perish in order to At the Ctefre of Bsmess, December 5, Mil gain the life everlasting promised from shock to our community as did the the beginning of time. It is difficult, deatti oi Jiirs. j. opeoa omnu, tnusv LIABILITIES RESOURCES however, to understand the seeming last. Her death came suddenly and All officers of the city filed their writ 15 Capital Stock )NfN 9 mysteries that are presented to us from ten reports. The Finance Committee Loans aad I)ls&Bts without warning, it occurring at tlie 8.16 40 Surplws FtHl- day to day. We understand why those reported that within tho past year $4,000 Overdrafts home of her danghter, Mrs. Georgo mfKttM 37.000 00 Phelps, near Foxtown. Complaining ot who have lived the allotted span of life besides about $500.00 interest had been U. S. Bonds 3, UK 9,000 00 Uftikil PreNta Banking House, eta well, Mrs. Smith, who was should be called hence, but when the paid on an old debt of 33,500.00 which not feeling W CireHtatk- mCasta and Due from servant to tolephono bright and beautiful life bf an innocent had been running for nearly twenty-fiv- e alone, asked the 95,130 19 Deposits 321.4S2 95- Banks child is laid cold by death's cruel grasp, years. Mayor itice, oacged up oy nis for Dr. Hutledge, ot tne neignoorno a. death becomes indeed an unfathomed council, undertook to pay oil tnis old On arriving, the doctor found Mrs. $502,236 74 $50296 74 Total mystery. The suggestion of these lines debt and as above stated have paid near- Total Smith in a serious condition, death Climax Printing Co $265,930 W could render any brought vividly to our ly half of it. Mayor Rice confidently coming before he and thoughts are Deposits December 5. 1909 295,902 17 mind when wo recall the death last expects to pay off the balance of the medical aid. No woman of our city Deposits Decembor 5, 1910 3ftl,40e 96 She was the widow Wednesday afternoon of Pearl Ander- debt within the next year. was better known. Deposits December 5, 1911 son, the bright and boautiful little of J. Speed Smith, who passed away Bills as approved by the Auditing We respectfully solieit and invite a share of yeur patronage, nfominiwg ha retire IC p several years ago, and who, during his SM1I F S" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ander Committee, were orderod paid. nromnt and eflieleat service and ceurteeas and hBraWe troatamrt 1L. son, who had just passed her thirteenth life was one of the most prominent f Mr. Hugh Dargavil, driver of tne hre was a aiason d'eath was due to engine, offered his resignation, which anniversary. Her men in menmona. lie Skwell & Turkeys Wanted. of high standing in tho State. Deceased At Richmond Opera House, ptomaine poisoning, caused from eating was accepted, and Wm. Maupin elected g Berry Citizen, has 00 years of age, and a was about canned blackberries on the day before. in his place. The council then Th editor of the w e will receive turkeys at our pens Thursday. December 14. Her brother, Bertram Anderson, aged and devoted member of tho Bap per lb. been reading Scripture with this remark: until Thursday, Dec. 14, at 12c tist church. She was boloved by a The "Isle of Smiles," the newest 11 years, also ate of the fruit .and bas Versf. 2. thapter 7. ot Ezra, uas an we Mayor Rice then called a meeting of After Thursday we have to ship by ex letters of the alphabet except J. Just wide circle of friends who mourn her musical production, is to be the attract been hovering between life and death, the new counci'men composed ef T. T. un- - brush the dust oil your Bible and see if physician gives Covington. T. S. Todd. Jeff Stone, Ed. by the following press and price will belle delivered his loss. She is survived but as tion at the Richmond Opera house. De- out thewe eo to cress news that he will encouraging children; Mcsdamei George Pholps, of cember 14, and tho theater-goorPhone 08 or 45 this is not true. Bybee, Kobert uoidcn and w. x. Vau t.l Saturday, Dec. 10. of county; and David Te vis, of Seattle, Madison county are very fortunate in probably recover. this ghn. 23 It A. L. Gott & Co. recent severe and continued Margaretta and Mary securing this big musical success for The Wash.; Misses This little girl, the Idol of the home, Election oi uity omcers was nrsi in have been hard on tne youn; Barrett Smith, of this city, and J. their entertainment. &acn year in tne was taken ill while at school, and on go- - order resulting as follows: W. E. Blaa Administrator's Notice. Trhfiat and rve and it is looking bad. Seattle, Wash. She Speed Smith, of theatrical world there are just so many Insr home at noon grew rapidly worse ton. City Clork; L. T. Wilson, City Col roots are all right yet, but it has leaves two brothers: William Barrett, successrul shows that grip the public until death's icy fingers touched the lector; J. T. Berry. Assessor John W. A'.l persons having claims against the The Mason Barrett, of and is in bad shape to start not crown of Owensboro, and cause them to'slt up and take no- frail form and claimed as its own a Crooke. Treasurer. Dr. J. , Harris, If 1'te of Sidney Stocker will please pre- - into tne winter. Louisville, and one sister, Mrs. Lizzie and and applaud and enjoy tho artists beautiful life, just within sight of young City Physician; Jesse Dykes and Claude -t them to me, verified as required by Kas. The lato tice aeMinler. of Hichland. Ballard Million, efforts. Out of all these successes womanhood, and at an ace when every Devore, Policemen; The reading advertised for Monday Hon. John Barrett, of Louisville, was a there is usually one that stands out pre- pulsation of the little heart was one of Street Commissioner: Ben Daugherty, Ihw on or before January 1,1912 or same eteninc at the Normal school by Miss a daughter of Wil- eminent and such is the "Isle of joy and pleasure. brother. She was Her teachers and Chief of Fire Derartment; Wm. Mau- rw.'l be barred. McMillan was indefinitely postponed. liam F. Barrett, deceased, and a grand Smiles." Tho success has best most pupil friends and a large circle oi ad- nln and Huston Stone. Drivers of Fire Persons indebted to the estate, will This has been a great disappointment s side oi judge gratifying and amply verified by thou- mirers were deeply affected by her death Department; daughter on her mother ninKisr, Jlrs. bianey iss .Mc p'.tase call and settle before the above to many in Richmond, wnero William Goodloe. The funeral services sands who have applauded it to suc- and the sympathy of the eatire com-- 1 Keeper of Pest House. You Millan is well rcmemberea Dy many at lu cess. Local theatre-coer- s were conducted Sunday morning Mayor Rice then announced his stand will suerly munity goes out to the bereaved parents ;'.o. J. W. Moore, Jr. friends. clock at the residence or Ueorge avail themselves of tho opportunity of in this sad hour of affliction. unerai ing committees as follows the first nam it is to Ky, you? Newby, Phelps, by Rev. C. 0. Marshall, of the seeing this, the best of musical come services were conducted at the Baptist ed on each committee being chairman: Public Sale. The automobile plow has arrived. which her re- dienne, Prices, $1, 75c, 50o and 25c. Baptist church, after Todd. Vaughn: church Friday morning by Rev. C. o. Flnaneelovinirton. Officers. It is You sit on a cushion witn a steering For Sale. At 10 o'clock a. m. Saturday, Dec. 10, mains were brought to Richmond cemeMarshall, after which tho remains were Grievance Bybee, Golden, Stone: Fire I ironr in vnur hands, and down under Gil- taken to Richmond cemetery, there to Department 235 Summit. I will sella tery and laid to rest beneath a mound my home A nice line of pocket books and Todd. Covington, Vaughn: which to Tl.e aisimed stock of coods of Isaac neath the machine the blades or a plow at of Kimueu of flowers, tokens of the love and es- - lette Safety razors at Perry's drug store. sleep until death shall be no more water ana ijigni auenn, uviuiuu. this device twelve acres lot housenoia anuaAiXIls n.i.TJiuua. larrey, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes, are fixed. By niowed in a day. and life was held by all. MBS. tnnm in which she Caldwell High School was dismissed and. Golden; Building and Repairs Todd, for r ir..i ran hn for Mason Barrett, Mrs. W. F. Barrett Big Turkey. 3cerles. etc.. located in the Everett is made easy for tne tanner the faculty and student attended the Stone, Bybee; Sewerago and banitary nu Santa Claus has left more things of Louisvl'le; Mrs. and Lizzie Minler, of Golden. Bvbee. Stone: Streets Coving for a body. will erry stand on Hallie Irvine street. anywhere else Highland, Kas., and John Uralg, uncie Mammoth Bronzo tur- lunerai and burial in The of Cleveland, says at the Racket Store than ton. Vaughn,Todd: Judiciary Attorney 11 2ik invoices about $1,000 and is all . Tlr. Hutchinson, "an assimilable poiy in Richmond. Danville, and Judge key attracted a great deal of attention Don't fail to see the ladies' hand bag T. H. Collins and Mayor Rice; Charity- of Mrs. Smith, of minrn nin is Daid him. It is new goods, Harvey having been in busi and Mrs. Benton, ot wincnesier, were at the Poultry Show last week. He is at Perry's drug store. Mayor Rice and Mrs. Lucy Lackey of hichly caloric ..M,eiH probably the largest turkey in the state tho burial. Victorious. Drys among the attendants at Bess only a few months. Moore. Parties deslr .mriK!v:" and there is said to be -. and is a product of Madison county. Look Up On This Page. a I Mavor Kice in a lew wen cnoson re small amount of Scotch terrier also mixt"2 to purchase, apply to In the local option election held in Onen your heart and loosen your You ed in at convenient intervals. uexmg Tevis precinct, this county, Saturday, nnrsA strintrs and rro to the Bazar, Sat It has marks thanked the retiringtocouncllmen I You will find a little slip. JusE Baiter, Assignee. No Overdrafts. himself as for their uniform courtesy . rinc won dv a. majority Ul cikh.j- - urday next, Glyndon. Hotel. and date : 'J, Telephone 641 ton Herald. The Lexington banks have adopted a priuted on it your name timeawhen after their presiding ofilcer and tor tne ei- your two. The election passed off quietly rri, TnTflQ men who shot twenty-fou- r next it. The date shows the resolution that after tho first of ficient manner that each one had and missed UUU ihrwa nnmsed to whiskey in tnat Slaughter House Destroyed. March no overdrafts, of any kind or subscription expires. ' If the date is C;sae and see us before purchasing r hr nmther'in-la.uwww T I the duties of his office and ad- .1. is In cranting prior to December 1st, 1911, your sub- riressinsr the , new council he especially rival for the poor shot precinct are very mucn eiatca over tuo amount will bo allowed. fzzi Christmas presents. We have the every shot has a where a manshotAt spienam Triciory Theslauffbter house of Allman & Pigg credit, it shall be done in the form oi scription to the paper has expired. If mounted that" every member at all I Is cDds that will please you as well as the hit.5n,nidahoma Which vnotr rnn r times and missed. .:. in East End, was destroyed by fire last direct loans or discounts instead of by you find such is the case please give the times keep in mind the idea of economy. who will be the recipient of the matter your very prompt attention. 'Knn within vour income saiu inei him arrested for dis Bazar, Saturday, December If) Wednesday morning, xne origin oi me allowing overdrafts. Then his wifeliad Either come to The Climax office and Mavor. "and don't spend money until The loss is configuration Is unknown. If rl't. "Wises & WnnnxaTOX. turbing the peace uousion i osi The Bazar to be given by the French two nogs ana one Deei, Old Santa Claus has on display at our pay a year in advance or if you aro not von have it." 'This." said the Mayor. 1 M!.5r,n Hircla of the Presbyterian consisted of for fnr him If min is hfist the evening be utnrA a lanre line of dolls and toys or coming to town soon send us a check. "has been the policy ot the old council "I've iust written a scathing letter parlors of which Be sure to call We must have all of our subscriptions and 1 sincerely trust It will be of the everv description. HAnnuncinrr that newspaper, calling it church will be held In the 1 o eloclc fore. No Insurance. Hotel Glyndon. Doors open a. paid up in advance and if you are be new council." it. will warrflv and spineless," said the in see them. Tne meeting men au- nhnr-nintand sandwiches will articles at the and name hind we know mat you simpiy over journed. Sewell & aiCKJXNEY, citizen. "Did you sign your No I hi m cnant A lame variety of useful Racitet store you can t tnins ot until .nrvnrl. looked the matter. to HT aSKiea tue auaugw- 20-I didn' you see them. Dies of Burns. it 'One who knows. wrote it.' and ornamental articles will be sold Special Attraction At The Or. WMtahall'a Operated On. want the editor to know who Before buying your Xma gifts, you Mrs. Mary F. Peel dtod Friday in Opera House. Corrected. Mistake Mr. Nat Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. RHEUMATIC REMEDY he repiiea. uetruit want to see our line of cut glass, nana rwinhnlasville Thursday morning as a g Club, of painted and haviiana enma. we result of burns sustained tne day oeiore. Hilw&rd Brown, and until bis health In the last issue of the Climax tor IS ymn a ifaWrtt Jjtmtir fer : n. gave way, Station agent at Million, Ky , , Sbwkli. & McKruNET. r.n kv hnld their exhibit last c all farsM of Wiwitlig, IbmWo, stated that Hon. Ben B. LIncsay would She was engaged in rendering lard when was onarated on rlday at a new iwk boys seventy-fiv- e f appear at the Normal chapel on th in some way her clothes ignited and she hospital. The latest Information- - is that ar swollen Saturday. There were first prize was sect, mm seaacaes, The was fatally burned oeiore neip coma tfee severe Judge O'Rear Resigned. evening oi uscemiwr w ju In the contest JoU. It quickly reU ' Deceased leaves a sister, he is doing well. given to Roy Haraigan. who raised 103 paia: resaeet tfce frrar, aad eliminate series of entertainments given by that reach her. On Saturday last Judge O'Rear placedn school. We should have said January 13. Mrs. Annie Broaddus, wno resides in 4aaaa8aaaaBaaaHak 60 easts bushels to the acre; the second to Owen tie mImb froaBi . tae if How about your Xmas shopping! . olghty.nlne in tho hands of Gov. Willsonhlsreslgna-AnnAliatibox m raggfav. Attwood, who produced this city. Why Bet come now and avoid tho rush Judce. Gov. illson Lon fa mutagbushels, and the third to Nothing &s get the first choice? Mx far at Wmm has not appointed his successor but it Is Imitation Stamps Won't Go. Sheriff McCord Loses Case. as wellto our prices on account of Xmas. en, whose record was lghty-fiv- e added Br. tUkUakatl MaaaTTbstlfM .....tii.silir certain that he will, before bushels to the acre. &XUIAJ. 1UCK Pnstoffieo Department has issued Judgment of the Madison Circuit tM B. I ttm Hti tM. aUarth tho Olimax goes to press, appoint either TT Winn, of Mt. Sterling, or A. an order prohibiting the affixing of ad court in the case ot tne waaison r isc Sheriff, Leading Citizen of Richmond r iTirir. of Inez, with chances in. favor hesive stamps oi any lorm or ueaigu, court against D. A. McCord. whatever, other tnan lawiui postage was reversed Dy tne voHitoi ot Winn. Passes Away. stamps, on the address side of. doraestio- Thnrsriav. and remanded fot a judg n.ti m ii or. All domestic matter bear- ment for appellant. Thotoquestion was While his death wm aet unexpected, Who? Consisting of Fancy Boxes of Stationery Postmaster which the nn the address side, adhesivo as to the commission EE LadiesT Shopping Bags and Card Cases tmps;orimitationofsUmps,otherthan sheriff was entitled for collecting a au C. 0. Wallace is in Washington M Mr. stamps, will be returned special tar levied to pay a ra Iroad Wednay as post .tnairinir Gentlemen's Pocket-Wallet- s oaw to the wntw. ii .imair. Mr.Tribblo BBBBBBBBBBBBBVtvaaBBaaBBBBBlBBBBHS& ' iBMter of tnis city. Combs and Brushes French Ivory and Ebony n. un . also wants , lue pusitiuu auu , po health ... bWia th nast moatntot severalWe have a Let us help you in your Xmas Selections. -nn in wasninffum uremic T ..,. k conAS unristiuaa ,;r.w..o. was nrt fnr j Pocket Knives ' Rnth aVe clever irentlemen and wno uavu I U.T,.. . imu va. mua. j u: wide variety in carefully chosen goods in sUmps of Seated assart of the revenue of he ned u The appomt- - bTnaccustomed to Toilet Articles and Fine Perfumes abundantly coaipctent. i "V-Y-.mau mane, w reuuu- - county, -- nd during j. -f .nt nr either one would do saiumtiui 1. Delicious Candies in Fancy Boxes vuw- . ..t " Sheriff. t xue toouroeopl. ni univerwii r A1F the Latest Books of Fiction . . riilalius iu fH II .7 T. both can't get it. Hi CM I t...4!M 'Wraiv; that they , necsary mpucauo. Do your Xmas shopping early. At repealed by ; Misa Martha Russell, tho petite and Illustrated Books ... : mm. am eiyoi! in .n.iiiH4 i .ttArtiai 1t i rvactAn in iius? tut tin wurr r.i tzi will . 10 in.t inandV what and centscents, and f lhS Kodak and Post Card Albums A? 25 "i buy at th Racket Store ... ivuvto aririitiAn tn n&vinaT DHaNnr i .1 --iha (liura Hnuss. aaiuruar. amuut" to new good, and the. prices will please cal court is well taken. in GilUtte Safety Razors v nn. mv. you Kick & abhold. The tf you, none. in tU dty Mr. Tribbk ewned several and nhjht, as a special attraction. Icy-H- ot haul Bottles Xmas Box for Methodist netvr patrons of the theatre had the nevel blue grM hu4rd Mres ofwas a. gallantlad aember perlenoe of being able to see the Kssanay Orphans' Home. He Christmas Cardi and a lot. of other thiaf s ,rmr a fact at which rnu(nv Pir.tnrava In which Miss IlUSsell .v. Appropriate thinf s foe Men, Women Tho nemban of the Methodist chords, were, then pns what w have fcxfowWyii-- r aCbmtBKS boa be 3Mi proud to his but day. Mr. Trib- i piayd the Win K.ueH and hovr H10V- who will contribute for rvf tKa ChrUtUtn omj-- aftaa tell jOKaos the pick t Children. Early Home, rereqTWtd for our Orphans' nletttra r m4Mi. It te with plea k and ft mtkmu of the hlfhest oi the stock. You Are Invited to send their donktloM to Jlrs. S. K. rrl-.- i. Hi wifp waaaaUa to aWHHVrVCe than TMrA street, not later... cntt Opera House uvv,. r nn v v in very poor besOtb, nd three njs Rm1! mo w. Monday evening, m a Blgnt THE KRXALL STORE fewU, ound .hUiaaonWa Thov ana. Miuas ill C.t.nrdsv aftaWWtM WBA leCtttK, la packed Tuesday, dreseed and nd . I n V Hi ...it Ttaaiai. Trihhln Ttut Mftv JtDlwUaiurt of OaWUrM aaaiaaaAaf ki. irorxis, caxes, uuiwr, " J Heaie. Tne iunerai tmmem ebouW ot mis moving picture lofers Afewltttle sood thin? for Chritmm ibis rare treat. rinila for the small ch.MiWl wouVd not ducted t rtdaT aBominc Barnes, voriat followed B. aSfcn oi the k nut of nlace. Mi Loey Adams is ,harh bv Rv.E. fUshmood A "choice line of mens, fur rloves. In the chairman of Ihe commUtee. Cell her by interment new. No taotb. Hick Aaiot-"- . : tor information, telephone 06. -- t, . . maaar " u 4, money. 26-2- Red House, Ky. drug store. Plan your Christmas shopping early. Lost Have some mercy on the clerks at our various stores who will necessaiily be On Sunday, Dec. 10th, on the streets rushed to the limit during the holidays. cf BIchmond a roll of paper money beWines & Whittington have everything Beward if retween 810.00 and fl5.00. in the jewelry line for Christmas. If turned to Climar office. you fail to see tuem, before making your selection for presents it will be the BIG SALE. mist&Ke oi vour me. Hats at cost and below .cost in Bar A Louisville report says that so far gain Basement. Now is the time to 173 hogsheads of new Burley tooacco have been sold at an average price or buy. $5.85. Tobacco growers do not nna RlCHMOXD MlLlDCERY COMFAHT, much encouragement in that. 23-McKeo Block. We have the largest line of cut glass Mufflers, handkerchiefs, neckwear. and haviland china in town. Hand- Rice & Abxold. painted salad bowls, odd plates, etc., an ideal .vmas gui. I: cattle for sure money and hogs or quick is 26-2- Mch-ISSE- Hogs aro soonest 10 market. artDointincTom Smith as secretary, ln Gov. McCreary proved his loyalty to a friend, in tnese aays oi uecen mu fishnfiss. nast favors are too soon forgot has become so tenin fact ingratitudeone true to his common that to see friends is a treat, indeed uanvme Messenger, TVm't know what to cet? Go to the Racket store you will find it there. Union of Garrard The Farmers county have organized a stock company for the purpose or operating a store at ijancaster. Ariicics o. mw- poration were filed last ween. J. no capital stock is 83,000. They have leased a storeroom near tne aepoi aim ucKtm operations December 1. W. P. Ander son is tne manager oi mo u prise. T)iED Monday morning, December 4, about 7:20 o'clock at bis nome. near xurner. Kirksville, this county, U. (To hurl hpart disease, ana nis aeaiu was least came instantaneously when it onorforl Mr .Turner was on years ui aee. and was a member of the Baptist church at" Kirksville and a aiason oi Kirksville lodge; was a man oi exuui-lemoral habits and a good and userul TT -- itwor, loaves a wife and seven also. flVn irirls and two ,DOVS . . . Vllltu. TI e" ana rnii. clctor and two oromers. funeral was preached Tuesday of last uy Bev. A. J. ironfc at Gilead church f Tirnririflari after which he was Dii buried with Masonic honors in the Gilead church graveyard. mable Woman. SUGGESTION. For a Christmas gift, what would be more suitable for an absent friend than a year's subscription to Tbc Richmond Climax? It lasts a whole year. What would be more appropriate for a lady than a package of engraved We have the calling cards. latest styles. - bw' Tun OF lire-lon- J. W. CROOKE. Cashier. d nt Democrats iu""". -- w 1 i.. d w want Good County Government, don't elect Good The only way to get your duty to yourselves as one of taxpayers know positively County the nomination the candidates the give the best service Attorney a business proposition monev strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship want a lawyer or close acquaintance. that has had the proper training and experi ence and who honest and energetic. THE BL5T: Candidate's Record that of any other better than mine vote vote me and iHEUMATISM . appreciate J. J. GRLLNLLAF. 20-2- 1. - Corn-crowin- r C. n.rt Goods Xmas Drug Store At Perry's A Big Line of w .i.':. """ 71,"0 uwr5 Vr?; Mng e,eniig Jgg . Uk -- Gold, Silver, Gut sbofl; aoi 1 disorder. vfJfav" T. ru. Glass and Novelties SS"ui' tnn rH!ln kte te eem v CaHd .tv nlwlJihat E. LANE' BlTatch wira H L. FERRY w 1 "r in Phone 75 210MakiStieet Rfchmond . lU A j!V .'.!. .'aa'&' ..aajaSalSLltwgaaaaaal .. kLu -- 10 Days Overcoat and Suit Sale. Deep Gut Prices for 10 Day Only. j Dec. 8th to Dec. 20th Men's Suits and Overcoats made ito sell at $13.50, $15 REMEMBER THE and $16.50. Sale Price $10.90. s of ST AN IFER n DATE-DECEMB- ER 10 days Overcoat and Deep Suit Sale. Cut Prices for 10 Days Only. December the 8 th to December 20th Hundreds of Men will be interested in this GREAT OVERCOAT AND SUIT SALE. We have the stock of Clothing that has ever been offered'lo the people in this part of the country. This stock has been carefully selected from the leading Clothing makers of America, in large quantities direct from the Manufacturors (WE GUARANTEE EVERY GARMENT and we get them fresh from the hands of the tailors-buy- ing TO FIT PERFECT AND GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION.) These'Garments are made of splendid Fabrics, tailored to the highest point of perfection by the best tailors in the country. It is a greatsale,an unusual sale, and the garments will meet with your approval. EverySuil and Overcoat will lit perfectly. TO 8 largest 20- j SHOES FOR i Men, Women & Children. "We of Shoes in , have one of the best selected stocks the City. Shoes that fit the foot. THE JUST WRIGHT SIOE FOR MEN SILK KID SHOE FOR WOMEN. They are crowded full' of Snap and Style yet they are camfortable and wear to your yntire satisfaction. We have them in all leathers and fabrics. Gun Met als, Light et and Dark Tans, Vclores, VicI Kids, Patent Kid, Suede, Velvets, Cravi-n- To Encourage Early Xmas and Satire. Alen's ShopOff Range in Price from $2.50 to $6.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats made to sell at $22.50, $25 and $28. Sale Price $19.50. BOYS IGfcCl SUITS AND OVERCOATS Ladies ! " pers Wa Are Giving On AI! Holiday 10 $2.00 ta $5.00 IKMIII If ft CO IW1L mi.. Quite AXIC (ItEltl MW CO soft-tone- at these prlces are mmle Winter all the latest models. Excellent garments of merit and quality, well TAILORED and TRIMMED. A large THE MATERIALS are Ine worsted, stylish oasslmers, and cheviots assortment of beautiful patterns. We can St every man perfectly, no matter what his build may be. splendid models among man O O cons4t JL 1LC V V CI UUfl l& ihem the popular convertible collar and presto, 60 and 52 indies long. Standard overcoats with velvet collars, 46 Inches long, new, nobby, heavy and medium welguts. Every garment a bargain. The greatest valuer shown this season. rpt. Qnifo JLUC dlllliS at this price Include all the new and desirable shades for, Thf fT&Tn n f fabrics that are exceptionally d effects are much in evibcautifnl and dence. Soft worsted, cheviots, vclonis and stylish Scotches. Every Suit is hand tailored, and shows workmanship. the distinction and tone of high-clas- s at this price, con- sistsof a showing of the very Unest makes. Cox's form lilting button through or ply fronts with convertible collars and vaglons. Excellent values. A Coat that connot be duplicated at much highf r figures. Tin ATmiAofc VVWWUW J-llfc Men's Suits and Overcoats made to sell at $18 and $20 Sale Price $14.75. rpr. Qnifo at this price aro splendidly JLXIC Stylish browns, new grays, fancy blues pencil stripes, broad water shadow stripes and two tone effects. offer choice of over 500 of these splen did Suits. A high gradi Suit at a very low price at 14.75 are de "We Convertible collars, Button through, handsomely tidlored, all of the new colors are shown in this line: Brown, Blues and Greys; sizes from 7 to 17 years.v Juvenile suits and' top coats; sizes from 3 to 8 years, s Great Cut Price Sale. Come early and all go bring your boys and have trem fitted upjorthe Winter. The prices in this sale are lower than ever before at this season of the year. in-lhi- Now is ily. 10 days. This is a big saving on Shoes, just at the time you need them. JfHfThe Sale Is On Don't Forget the Date from December the Sth to Dec. 20th, 10 Sale Days. Slrickly. Cash to One and AH. See our. Bargain Counters for broken lots in Shoes, High Top Lace Boots at Deep Out prices to Close Out. the time to Shoes by the whole fam"We give youj 10 oil in all shoes for Fur nishing Goods. We have a nice line of Gloves, Xeekware, Scarf Pins Buttons, Links, Mufflers, Handkerchief, Hats, Caps. Fancj Hces, Silk How, Supenders, Shirts, Sweaters, Jerseys, Underwear, Union Suits, Bath Robes, Smok ing Jackets, etc., ALL ON SALE AT CUT FJIICES. OUllo made of all desirable fabrics: J. S. STANIFER, Richmond's Greatest Clothing Store, Corner Second and Main Streets, Richmond, Ky. Colds Vanish Sales Begins Dec. 8, and Lasting 10 Days. Poultry Show (Continued from First Page) S. O. Buff Loghoras S. Smithcrs. Pen. ddedly attractive and smart. Well tallojed, perfectly draped. Come in all the desirable shades, new models, convcrllbl collars. Shapely Overcoats that button through, a nd conservative Overcoats with velvet collars Tlia ATTAiAotf. XJLIC VVClVUatO Where Cleanliness Reigns There Is a Place, a 5eason and a Reason for Everything. For every seasonable thing in the First, Joe Grocery Line And there's a reason why we sell them-Tli- e Black Cochin Bantams Cockerel. First, Spencor Baker Mathews. Black Cochin Bantams Hen. First, Sponcer Bakor Mathews. Buff Cochin Bantam Cookorel. "First, J. W. Crooko: second, George T. Death oragc. Bulf Cochin Bantam Hen. First, J. Hunter Malthews,Jr; second, J. W. Crooke: third, George T. Dcather ago. Buff Cochin Banlam Cockerel. First, J. Hunter Matthews, Jr. Buff Cochin Bantam Pullet. Quality Bring Your Jug ami Have It Filled WMi Pure Old Lstill County Sorghum Try TheseThey'll Please First. J. W. Crooke. SEWELL & McKINNEY ff. B. Walker Silver Duoking Game Bantams-Cockor- el First, J. W. Crooke. Silvor Ducking Game Bantam Hon. First, J. V. Crooko; second, Robert "Walker. Silver Ducking Game Bantam Pullet. Tandv Eads Jesse Lobb SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on bis rounds of what would be the most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, winch would certainly bring joy for the Cbristmastide. Conbuy the choicest on easy sult us and we will help terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift that u will be hailed with delight. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Long Distance Telephone 83 GSwg Richmond, Ky New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stoutfer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made, Oer to .order made at home by experiencd Tailors. 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning; and Pressing by Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter x V Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. Garfield Hoskins of Leo county, will He Quick, Sensible Method That get the benefit of a technicality. Having sold my farm, I will, on a man and was given four years, killed Doesn't Upset the5tomach but tho Appellate Court holds that the 14, omission of tho word, "felonious" from Have you heard of tho overnight cold 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m.. offer at public tho indictment of IIosTiins is fatal to his cure that is putting colds in tho head conviction under Kentucky's laws. Tho and chest out of business between sun- auction at my homo on east fork of Em-brIF SO, LET US Otter Creek, two miles north of Red judgment of tho Leo Circuit Courtis re- set and daybreak. Here it is. Cut it out and savo it if House, tho following property: FIGURE YOUR versed with instructions that will result you Pit Game Hen. don't need it now. If you have a Four cows, all fresh in Hoskins' dismissal. and good stock First, C. E. Kelson; second, Hailey cold, cough, throat soreness or acute catarrh,-b- e sure and try It just and splendid milkers; two of them with Stafford; third and fourth, Joo Embry. To No beforo going to bed. Pour a scant tea- - calves by their sido. Indian Kunncr Duck Cockerel. spoonful of HYOMEI (pronouaco it Ono No. I Shorthorn bull, First, D. B. Shackelford; second, High-o-minto a bowl of boiling water. Facts Backed cover head and bowl with a towel and oligiblo for registration. A Statement of Geoffrey Morgan. Ono home-raise- d yearling steer. breathe for several minuses tho vapor Indian Runner Ducks Pullet; by a Strong Guarantee. Sevonteen shoals, averaging about that arises, then go to sleep and awako First and second, D. B. Shackelford. with a clear head free from mucus.' sevonty-fiv- e to eighty pounds each. Mammoth Bronze Turkoy Cockerel. HYOMEI is guaranteed for catarrh, MMDAIV "We cuaranteo immcdiato and positive Also, a lot of farming impjomcnts. BLANTON First, Clark Rice; second, G. W. reliof to all sufferers from constipation. colds, coughs, croup, asthma, sore WW UvItU All 1 Mrs. Maggie F. Siieaber. Deatherago. In every caso where our remedy fails to throat and bronchitis, or monoyL. back. Mid do this we will return the monoy paid Bottle of Ilyomei 50 cents at B. Mammoth Bronze Turkoy Pullet. Incorporated statement of delton and druggists everywhere. it. That's Como and select your goods early. I First, Clark Rice; second, G. W. us for and we want a frank substantiate to facts, jou Near & A. Depot Telephone 425 Deatherago. If you aro going to have a party have have everything wanted for tho littlo them at our risk. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like Ricci make your brick cream in that tot and the old folk. too. Turkoy Cock. Bourbon Red Wji Ledfohd, Main street. tf candy, aro particularly prompt and delicious manner. First, Wallace Gilbert. agrccaoio in action, may oo inicen ai any Turkey Cockerel Bourbon Red time, day or night; do not causo diarr First, C. D. and A. D. Miller. hoea, nausea, griping, excessive loose ness, or other undestrabio oirccts. xney Bourbon Red Turkoy Pullet. have a very mild but positive action upFirst, C. D. and A. D. Miller. on tho organs with which they come in poulOne of the big attractions of the contact, apparently acting as a regulatry ishow was the display ot pigeons. tive tonic upon the relaxed muscular More than two hundred were entered. coat of the bowel, thus overcoming most of the premiums being awarded to weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and hoalthyl Isaac J. Englc, of Lexington, son of Mr. activity. R. J. Engle, of this city, who secured a Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable E. M. Sponcer and ideal for tho use of children, old ties. total of fifty-si- x cannot and Frank Merritt, both of Lexington, folks and dolJcato persons. "We all suf too highly recommend them to If you want to make W. K. Cummings & Co., of Win ferers from any form of constipation and chester, also secured a number of pre and its attendant evils. That's why we brother, father, sweetback our faith in them With ourpromise miums on pigeons. of money back if they do not givo entire heart, son or f rieud With the Coming of Middle satisfaction. Three sizes: 12 tablets 10 brothor, father, son, conts, 30 tablotsa cents and 80 tablets Christmas and lite Age. happy and proud of his cousin or uncle, each 50 cents. Remember, you can obtain cial season sugj" jono of hem would not There is a lotting down in tho pliysl Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at present and see-hidress gloves as an sr cal forces often shown in annoying and our store The Rexall Storo. II. L. refuse an extra nice painful kidney and bladder ailments Perry's Drug Store. propritate gift for sz umbrolla for special Foley Kidand urinary irregularities. dressed to suit you, segentleman. Good 'as" 3 occasions. In our store ney Pills are splendid regulating and Cure Your Own Breakfast is expressed in sucJ strengthening medicine at such a time. you'll find a largo seleclect one of our handBacon. handsome and valua Try them. For salo by Stockton & Son. . tion of roliable mcr gift. All the desira some woolens and For 203 pounds, take thrco quarts cerized and silk umStenographer. shades of smooth ar brellas, with plain or salt, one pound brown sugar, four ounces undressed gloves, s iliss Estolla Bicknell offers her ser black pepper, three ounces salt peter, fancy handles. There's vices as stenographer and typewriter to mix in warm water until thick paste', or unlmed, ar surely one horo to his all who may need work in that Una rub well on meat, pack in a box fifteen to be found in or please every ta:to and 2l-t- f OlBco with Judge Shackelford, glove department. purso. days,' then hang up and to twenty-tw- o for" We wish to call your attention to the smoke. Do not bo afraid that it is not Prices range, a pa fact that most infectious diseases such salted enough. from as whooping cough, diphtheria and scar"Suffered day and night tho torment I tailored let fever are contracted when the child Nothing helped me has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- of itcbing piles. edy will quickly cure a cold and greatly until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured lessen the dancer of contracting these me permanently."" Hon. John R. Gar diseasos. This remedy Is famous for its rett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. corrwCKTI cures of colds. It contains no opium or co.Y.rwcica other narcotic and may be given to a child with implicit confidence. Sold by all dealers. Thret-Batto- n Having decidbd to go "West, I will Doable-Breaste- d Sack Just Supposa No. 749 If you have nothing else to givo offer at public salo on tho premises, I seven miles from Richmond, on tho thanks for, remember that you aro still is tM,su're to secure clothes tnat are- - right. and fit-- are guaranteed !i i Just sup Jack's Greek pike, known as the John alivo and in God's country. unsurpassed, but the price is much' less :than Biggerstaff place, on pose you lived in Kansas, Danvillo Ad vocate. First, J, W. Crooke. Pekin Ducks Cockerel. First, Sirs. .William Jloynaban. Pek ip Ducks Hon. First, Mrs. William Moynhan. Pekin Ducks--Pull- et. First, Mrs. William Moynahan. Pit Game Cockerel. First, C. E. Nelson; second, Joo An Absurdity. PUBLIC SALE. Thursday, December Going to Build? y. Cause Doubt Lumber L Do Your Shopping Early and Buy Useful Presents Gentleman Friends Best Gift for Men Fine Dress Gloves Have us take measure ' clothes to order by III. 50c to $2.00 PUBLIC SALE. Ed; V; Price & Co., Chicago, Ths W J. B. STGUFFER, -- 222 West Man Street Dandruff means that down near the roots of your hair there is. a vast army of little invisible germsor microbes. And this army never sleeps; it wages a war of destruction night and day. It destroys the nourishment that tho hair must have in order to f row vigorously and abundantly PARISIAN SAGE now sold all over America will destroy these germs and at the same time furnish the hair roots with just tho proper nourishment to make hair grow lustrous and luxurant. PARISIAN SAGE I jruranteed by Perry's Drug Store to banish dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp or It is a delightful hair Bioney back. dressing that wins instant favor with refined women. Sold for only SO cents a j targe oouie oy J. erry s urug ovore ami druggists everywhere. Girl with Auburn hair on every carton and bottle. . Easy To Get Rid of Dandruff. Thursday, December 21, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m., a Farm of Fifty Acres more or less, all in grass. Good fencing water. At tho samo and uaver-failln- g time and place I will sell tho following stock and farming implements and household goods: Ono brown harness mare, V years oldr one combined bay! marc, 7 years old; ono weanling colt, ono btiormom cow. goou muuer: ono I cow and calf, ono Jersey cow, frcsli this j month; two steer calves, six shoats, sow j and pigs, one wagon, two cult! vators, two doublo-sliovplows, one set wagon btroe&s, ono buckboard, one sot I buggy hara8s, lot el Sorghum in shock, some household and kitchen furniture. -- Reserve Your Pattern 'Today and trunks jff(eriabl& quality such aa we aell will last for Christmas fa veaTs to come, and i lonjr 'i remembered. the giver ba nm frm truW Tbis lisfc; suests a iunber of useful articles for Christmas giving. There is de sirable here for nearly every pr.ee that you would want to pay. Silk initial and linen handkerchiefs? Box fine Sox. Garters and arm bands. Collars and cuts. Collar and cuff buttons. Stickpins. Pam-- hosier v. Fancy suspenders and, every article of raens furnishings. For 'Friends GotnO TVavftnO' yCmip t5i f Suifc cases,-valise- s Acceptable Furnishings for Men y 25-a-t' W. W. Harbis, E. V. ELDER