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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1911 NUMBER 27 For Best Meanest Man Is He Who Makes No One Happy During the Joyous Christmas-tide- on a larger scale. If you haven't, any Kiddies of your own, just hunt up the kiddies whose fathers. aro deadoraro up against it and invest a dollar or, two in making them happy. Thieving Mouse Has Been Lining His Nest With Bills From The Cash Drawer. The identity of a thief, so smooth in his manipulations that for weeks ho outwitted the entire force in a railway office in Chicago, became known last night, and a trap has been set for him which it is hoped he will walk into today. From the cashier's drawer in the railway ofUco in a Michigan avenue hotel, 31 and $2 bills have been disappearing daily for several weeks. Watch has been kept and accounts checked, but no clew could bo found to the thief or his method of getting the bills. A porter cleaning up the office last night proved to bo the real Sherlock Holmes when he noticed a small round hole in the wall in one corner of the office. His suspicions were aroused, and further investigation disclosed that an artistocratic mouse had been lining his nest with the bills, The Tomato Industry. Kentucky paper makes the suggestion that the people of that section could grow millions of bushels of tomatoes if they were to turn their attentiou to the industry and asks, "Why Not Raise More Tomatoes And Less Tobacco!" The growing of tomatoes is vastly lighter work than the cultivation of tobacco, but it scarcely seems worth whiio to suggest to the average Kentucky farmer that he should raise less tobacco. The tomato industry is one that deserves more attention in Kentucky than it is now receiving. Our soil and climate are adapted to the growing of tomatoes to perfection. The tomato requires comparatively little cultivation and under favorable conditions is an immensely profitable crop. In regions where thero are good facilities f or 'transportation, or where thprn are canning factories in easy reach. tomato growing may be carried on ad vantageously. In places that are not favorably situated in this respect, of course, the Industry can scarcely be expected to attain any great proportions. To make such an industry successful to the highest degree it is necessary that there should be among growers in order that large shipments may bo made and that the cost of packing and transportation may be reduced to a minmum. The canning business in Kentucky, unfortunately, is not as extensive as it should be and, as a rule, ventures of this kind in tho smaller cities and towns have not been success f ul. This is due in some instances to unwise management and In many other instances to inability to interest the farmers in the growing of tomatoes and othor cannery products. The Kentucky farmer is "sot in his ways" and feels powerfully dependent on his tobacco crop Courier-Journa- l. A Korthorn "Kanawha Salt" . s ee L. R. Blantoii Telephone 85 "White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics' Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as wefell sure that we can make Deliver-u- s from the man who is always grumbling or is about to grumble over the fact that he must buy a few ChrUtmas presents. The- - premium mean man is the follow who grumbles because bo has to spend some money along about Christmas time. He'd use a wart on the back of his neck for a collar button if lie could. Hed stop the clock when he went to bed to save wear on the wheels. If ho caught a fly on the sugar ho'd brush off its feet before killing it or driving it out of the house. He's loo utterly mean and sordid to be worthy of trust and confidence. The man who has little children and is unwilling to dig up the ultimate penny ho can sparo from the actual necessities of ilfe in order to mako the little ones happy at Christmas time such a man is fit for treason, strategem and spoils; he is an excrcscnce on society, a wen on progress, a cancer on the body politic. The man who feels a pang of regret when he lets go of a quarter of a dollar k for a little for the baby hasn't got iheart enougli to appreciate the baby's caress and don't deserve to have a baby. And God pity the baby of such a man! Commend us to the father who is willing to pawn his overcoat in order to bring smiles to the faces and laughter in the voices of his children at Christmas time. It costs so little to mako the kiddies happy, and the returns on the investment are so big, that we wonder why more men do not try it, and try it gim-crac- Refreshes Memory of Forgetful Witnesses. Judge L. J). Lowis, of the d Judicial District, went after petty violators of the law at Hazard last week with a sharp stick. When brought before the grand jury many witnesses Thirty-secon- WE STEARNS FOSTER (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU IMPORTANT TO KNOW MATTRESS WHlhSID'EliffON&l -- !ALACED conveniently forgot with whom they had gambled and from whom thoy had bought whisky. Judge Lewis sent a!l such "absent-minds- " to jail for a day or two, and this never failed to refresh their recollection. As a result fifty in- dictmonts havo boon returned already for illicit salo of liquor and the same number for gambling, and more are to come as soon as the Commonwealth's Attorney prepares them. iw Buit.unrAllrt.-CU.UM- t, and IN 6 G U nzkmMkkMm ARANTEt M0u S3 I ft ANDJ OPF&WtXi whatSinsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET THAT IS HEALTHFUL TO INSURE REST ft S "Best on Earth." This is the verdict of It. J. Howell,' Tracy, O., who bought Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for his wife. "Her case was the worst f have "over seen, and looked like a sure case of consumption. Her lungs were soro and she coughed almost incessantly and hor voice was hoarse and weak. Foley's Honey 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 substitute. For salo by Stockton & Son. A Sermon From The Bench. "An article that can" not be purchased, has a merit all it's own." A photograph, a G00P photograph is the ideal Xmas gift. It cannot be duplicated, and as a ma"rk of personal esteem is unrivaled; one gives portraits of oneself- only to - Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come in and see what we have? Itwill cost you nothing and will be appreciated : : : : Thanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call one's friends. Make Your Appointment White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Now. Sfreet, below first McGAUGHEY i. ., Only a week or two ago Judge Ben Hill of Atlanta, presiding judge of the Court of Appeals, said that after five years on tho bench, he could affirm that s or the crimes aro due to Ho made this the use of intoxicants. statement in passing judgment in the case of the young man. Will Livingston, who, while attempting to protect his mother from violence at the bands of his drunken father, had struck the elder man a blow that resulted in bis death, and for which the boy had been convicted of manslaughter. In delivering his opinion Judge Hill gave the following powerful arraignA Lot of Nerve. ment of the liquor evil: What is monumental gall? Well, with"The facts of this case present anout giving the matter much investiga- other of the daily occurring instances showing tho monstrous and tion we should answer that it is when a evil of intoxicating liquors. measurelessd This hydra-headepatron of mail order houses solicits suband remorseless monster, with scriptions of local merchants to help re- ccaseloss and tireless energy, wastes the build a barn destroyed by fire upon substance of the poor, manufactures taxes for the public, monowhich he carried no insurance Also burdensomevaluablo time of courts, fills polizes tho when he requests a card of thanks in jails, penitentiaries and asylums, ruins local papers whicn ho has never patron- homes, destroys manhood, terrorizes helpless women and innocent children, ized. iianvillo Messenger. bailies the church, and mocks at law, Or a party going into a nowspapor and answering its inexorable demands ofllce'that he never patronized in his life "each new morn new widows mourn, now orphans cry, new wrongs strike with a lengthy advertisement looking heaven in the face." for a "free column" in which to havo It "These are the products of a curse published. AVo had an experience of imposed not by the decree of God, but by the voluntary conduct that kind last week, but there was of man, its weak and wicked victim. nothing. Shelbyville Sentinel. Judges of criminal courts, speaking Or a person who, owing three or four from official experience, have grown years subscription, writes you to change weary calling attention to the drink habit as the principal cause of crime, his address and says in his letter that ho and nothing the wntor could say would paper so muoh ho couldn't add to this manifest truth. Hut I can enjoys tho possibly live without it, and when you not refrain from saying that after five observation of tho send a siatoment he roplics ho novor years'before this court, cases that have s of been subscribad for tho paper and can't the crimes aro due directly or indirectly why you should expect him. to the excessive use of intoxicants, and understand to pay for it. We have had instances that if tho church and the state and pubsober, of this kind, but not often, for practic- lic sentiment could mako Georgia chain-gang- s tho prisons would be vacant, the subscribers . aro ally all Enterprise empty, and the oitios, towns and peoplo who believe country would be filled with prosperous honest and happy homes." Lebanon Enterprise, in a hereafter n.n.i.. .Ml three-fourththree-fourthGod-fearin- g ' Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they arc made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattres outef poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses arc made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, landing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedl relaxaone-sixth tion. Just Tell Them 5o. through, And little use complaining. For the darkest night will change to And the blackest cloud Quit raininer. If worth you And in weak mankind, T'wtu do all good to know You saw the thought they nobly wrought. And frankly told them so. Enough will remain of bitter pain With all the aid you lend: Some will be sad and others glad, Down to the journey's end. As in the throng you pass along. vi nn rapta strides or slow. If virtue you see in bond or free, just stop and tell them so. There are many cares in home affairs 1 hat wear the brain and heart. And many a way 'most overy day, in wntcn to Dear a part. If you love your wife as you do your life It will make your heart aglow, And make her feel your love is real, 10 oiten ten her so. Selected. He knows little who will toll his wife all he knows. i There's much to do the whole way "gnt, EXTRA CHARGE. Made in the befl qualities of Satin Finish, duflproof tickings WITHOUT Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Fofter you get the beft Mattres value offowrf. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresie. We'll gla Ay shew them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical fiSatlres t i.vr OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty 8S,TSS."i W. S. O. R. it,L. O. " ! I The HUSTLING CASH STORE cn 04 Lower Friees for December On All Ladies' Suits and Skirts, Ladies' and Misses' X to V, m- i- j I H 1 I . JUS.' and Childrens Cloaks, Men's Suits and Overcoats, Boys' and Youths' Clothing and Overcoats, Also All Other Merchandise at the Right Price 43 H o o in 1 ' HAMILTOf 'Hk. H iH fcH B I Avenue Methodist church of that city. lit. t;rabbe and Dr. button were warm--f. friend when they both lived in AshD&tn Climax: land, Ky., several years ngo. American Tobacco Company purchased On a dismal, rainy October day, I every pound of the pooled crops of the A Desirable Xmas Gift turned my head Westward and left Burley tobacco now on hand. The No man ever left with a price paid was 10 2 cents.and the total There ars many people who have left Richmond. this county and city, and who expect sadder or heavier heart. I was leaving sale wil reach more than 8,000,000 their relatives here to write to them tho home of my youth and my manhood pounds The salo means that some time Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minonce a week, tolling (hem of "all that days, leaving tho friends of a within tho next few weeks more than ute" as we constantly watch the market happens. Tho easiest tray to solve this leaving a business to which I hadPdevot $1,320,000 will be distributed among lor new and worthy goods, and we redifficulty is to send Tho Climax to them ed a life of patient, hard unremitting members of the pool, the farmers and spectfully invite your attention to our while they are away. It will cost but work, to take up a home in tho unknown land owners of this section. little and will keep them fully informed West. Fortunately, however, just as 1 line of. Old OlausWs on display at our as to what Is going on at home. They was approaching Louisville, the rain store aSanta line of dolls and toys of largo will bo pleased, and the relatives will be ceased, the clouds parted and a glorious every description. Be sure to call relieved of the necessity of writing so Kentucky sun bado us farewell. Glori and seo them. t. Sewell & McKisxet. ous Old Kentucky! Long may her flag often. wave, tho emblem of a proud, brave and Claims Expected to Pass at News From Tucumcari. happy peoplo. Present Session. After spending a few days in New Mrs. Chas. Jett spent two months in In the Omnibus War Claims Bill just Tucumcari, J. M., having gone there Orleans, wo proceeded to San Antonio. for health. Mr. Jett went out and spent The rain had followed us; or rather it reported to the House of RepresentaBelts, in Sap tives at Washington, and expected to They have just returned, was raining all along the route. a month. Mrs. Jett being much improved in health. Antonio, muddy and rainy, is about as pass this session. Congress Helm has ' Mr. Jett brings good news from ten or a undesirable a place as a man ever saw. had inserted tho claims of more interwho are making Tho mud is gumy and stioks like wax ested claimants of the E'ghth Kentucky dozen in their homes in that thriving western to your shoes. You can't escape it for District than is in the bill from all the city. He says "tho boys are all doing they do not have concreted sidewalks or other Congressional Districts of Ken for Tailored well, prospering financially and are street crossings. But San Antonio, dry, tucky combined. Several of.thom are amoag Tucumcari s leading citizens. is about as delightful a place as one can for Madison county institutions. The Designs in Silks for Waists The most of the time we have total list in which this district is inter They say Tucumcari is the only place, find. V Madison county, Kentucky, excepted. had fine weather, but the conditions ested is as follows: EIGHTH DISTRICT. New things added daily to tho Bar here have been unusual, like at other places. Oall and see us as we are now ready to Secured by Representative Harvey gain Counter. Keep coming. San Antonio is growing rapidly, hav- Helm: to'al, S31.970. take care of you on all Pall and Winter Rice & " ing gained 82 per cont in the last deAdministrator of W. J. Land ram, Goods Texas Investments. cade. She promises to outdo this in the Boyle county. S5.340; administrator of amy thousand people annually are next decade. In fact it is claimed that Alfred Leathers, Andorson. county, $2, settling in Texas. Iuis an empire. The 1915 will see a city of 205,000. It is now 037; William H. Boswoll. Anderson Canal will be completed in "1913, then 105,000. Whether this is hot air talk or county, $510; executor of Henry P. Bot farm property will treble In value. In predicted on cold facts, I don't know. torn, Boyle county, $1,715; Stophen E. Brown, Boylo county, $400; heir of mis siaie, open pararie I arms are con However, exports employed by the street railway company and other big Harmon Conley, Garrard county, $1,200; verted into cities of 8,000 and 4,000 peo heir of Thomas D. Denny, Mercer ple in a single year. Now is the time business concerns, made this report. Commercially San Antonio is behind. county, $102; administrator of Thomas to invest. You can't make a mistake Or if you don't want to invest, then loan It is awakening 'x its opportunity, It is K. Letcher, Jessamine county, $420; AND your money at from C to 12 per cent- - on the gateway to the southern coast. Tbo Samuel P. Martin, Andorson county, western coasts of Gulf of Mexico will be $330; widow of Jesse S. Munday. Mercer FIRST CLASS real ostato property. retUUES ETERI WEEIESUT IT It is not necessary to LIVE in Texas the ports of first call and this makes county, $501; Belle M. Robards, Boyle to make PROPER INVESTMENTS. San Antonio tho gateway for the canal county, $425; widow of R. M. Robinson, THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Items of Interest Regarding Home- Garrard county, $207, executor of John Buy and let it alone. IT WILL GROW trade. (Incorporated.) folk and Others, There are many old ruins here, evi L. Walker, Boyle county, $324; MethoWHILE YOU SLEEP. While here I will make it my business dences of the Spanish efforts at chris dist Episcopal church, South, Bryants- Pres. asd Mgr. A. D. MWer to make investments or loan money for tianizing and civilizing the Indians. ville; $410; Baptist church, Crab Orch See'y-Trea- s. VTE. Lhiob was in "VYinoliestor last busy people who can't come W. 6. White to make per- They aro called missions. Tho Alamo ard, $1,050, Christian church. Danville, is still standing. My family takes great $725; First Baptist church, Danville, sonal investigation. Mr. IV. T. Griggs is moving to bis interest in the same. Mrs. Lilly and I $700; First Presbyterian church, Dan ASSOCIATION PRESS KENTUCKY NO JUNK HANDLED. ' farm. were wanting on me Alamo riaza ono ville, $610; Methodist Episcopal church, E. Lilly, Investor, Ghaxt Mr. Win. Evans is heme from Panama day when, whom should we meet but South, Danville, J520; Presbyterian EIGHTH EMSTR40T PSBUSCERS LEAGUE. 1800 San Pedrotreet, for the holidays. Marion and Grant going to the Alamo. Theological Seminary of Kentucky, 27 tf San Antonio, Toxas. They had "cut school" to make the trip Danville, $1,150; Baptist church, Har- Don't fail to see the ladies' hand bags YEAB Sl.W - PER FBIOE Wm. Ledford has a fine display of and had walked two miles. They never rodsburg, $075; at ferry s drug store. First Presbyterian IN ADVANCE Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Arthur are visit Christmas good and you will miss many lire of the story of heroism of the Al church, Uarrodsbnrg, 1,100; Methodist tag bis parents in Louisville. bargains if you fail to call at his store. amo, nor looking at the pictures of its Episcopal church, South, Harrodsburg, WBONBSDAY DBC 2 Miss Sarah Kenner will be a holidav hanging on its walls, Crockett, $750; Jessamine Female Institute, Nlch Mr. N. B. Igo, of Texas, who has heroes gnest of Miss Mary Louise Deatheragc. Bowio, of Kentucky, Travis, etc. olasville, $725; town of Nicholasville, been visiting frionds in the county for The oounty newspapers are bow SeedMrs. John W. Ilendrioks, of Lexing 'Tliermopoleo had its messenger of dc $300; Christian church, Nicholasville, eaBHwtettrtons from Press ton, is the guest of Miss. Margaret the past four months, left Tuesday feat; the Alamo hud none " Tho heroic 1940; Sulphur Well Christian church. ed morning for Europe. Bwm ie tbe Merest ef Gev. Xoo& raetps. struggle gave birth to the "Empire or Jessamine county,$300; Ewbg Institute, row Witseft, of 2ew Jersey; Gw. Jn4se Mrs. W. E. Luxon and Miss Henrietta Republic" Texas is one Perryville, $270; Methodist Episcopal of Texas. For Rent Okarap LUXOR spent Wednesday last in Lexing HarsMB, ef OMo: Oegres5e of tho greatest of the great states. Con church, South, Perryville, $425; PresResidence on Broadway with light Clark, of MiesetirL ai others for the ton. taining over 205,000 square miles of byterian church, Perryville, ?325; Madi Mr. F. Domoorotic soaiMtloB for the Presi father, B.who Robinson has gone with his and water fixtures, good stable and territory (105,747,000 acres) it can house son Female Institute, Madison county, is in poor health, to Hot all necessary outbuildings. desey ta 1912. These presidential pro- sprmgs, Ark. all of the people of the U. S. and give to $6,500; Antioch Methodist Episcopal Miss Mauoarbt PAnmsn. moters are dwibUoos paid for tfee ser- eaoh lamily of five, ten acres of land church, South, 'Mercer county, $240. Mrs. B. F. Robinson and daughter Doctor Ytoe reedered: the sewspapers wohWb'I of territory, reach Its win speaa me Holiday m Uarrard For Rent evea get tbaaks for priatteg the Vetera-fawn- s county. Death of Mrs. Lindsey. . ing wonderful extent line and running from the coast Georgetown eoanMiieatis. house for rent. Justas.were going to press last week back to very high altitudes, gives every Mrs. Mary B. Deene, of the Normal Times. You Can Get the Best One faouky, visited relatives tn Nicholas- we heard of the death of Mrs. Lindsey, variety of climate the wet and arid;lhe Mrs. V. II- Hobson, The afferts to prenete the interests of ville last week. 350 Woodland Ave. and barely made mention of tho fact. hot and cold and the temperate. Every 27-l- t. in the World $1.00. the above prospeeiive eaadraates at tiie Mrs. Elizabeth Crow will leave this We knew her twenty and more years industry can bo followed mining, coal Accepted With Thanks. exMBee of the Bewspapers is bat one of weok for a visit to her son, William, in ago as Miss Fannie Newlon, and a more ing, timbering, farming and ''skining' the asy iostaaees whereby free adver-ttsto- g Atom pats, tone. The Climax is in receipt of the fol lovely young woman we have never Northern tourist-You can live in the say: "I Go to B. L. Middclton is seemed. The Climax has reMr. John Hprris left last week for known. Everybody loved Fanny New-Io- open air twelve months of tho year. lowing invitation, which we accepted ceived several eolwaas ef phtte matter Cornado, Fla., where he will spend the with many thanks: "You are cordially- - want a HYOMEI outfit," tako it home A Jellico (Tenu.) paper has this You can work every day. But enough with you, open the box and pour a few f ron a certain tobaoco oorperatioB with remainder ot me winter. to say of hen "Mrs. Fannie Newlon of its geography and history. One of invited to bo present with Normal City High-o-msame as reading ioBtmetieBS to iesert Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scrlvner and Lindsey was born In Midway, Ky 41 my good friends thrilled me just a little Lodge, K. of P., on Thursday night. drops of HYOMEI (pronounce it into tho little hard rubber inhaler. matter, as the eempaay awt have the family will spend Christmas with rela years ago, and was you as our married to Dr. J, P. about my letters- and said that I had December 21. Wo want MNpport of the pres6 in order to assure tives in Estill county. Then breathe pleasant, soothing, healLindsey at Middlesboro, Ky., nineteen written about everything in Texas and guest at the Grand Opera House at 7;30 Miss Suo Scrivner will come home, years ago. soses6 for the sew project. The died at Prudon, Tenn., No- Mexico and had annexed Mexico to the o'clock on that date, when tho story of ing, germ killing HYOMEI over the from Winchester to spend the holidays oWoors of the aforesaid oorperatioB vember 25, 1911, at 11:80 o'clock: Just U. S. but had said nothing about San 'Damon and Pythias' will be given in raw, inflamed, germ ridden membrane wiM) ner fattier and sisters. their salaries; the press ageat is as the sun was reaching the midday, so Antonio, its people, etc. Well, San An- moving pictures, After tho show the for a few minutes and relief is imRev. P. F. Adams, wife and two chilpaid his stipend ad if sch matter is she in the midday of life went to sleep tonio has peoplfe. They came from castle hall of the lodge will be open to mediate. published ia the Utimaz we will also dren, of Lawrenceburg, will spend like a tired child, Stuffed.uphead will vanish. Keep up surely a most fitting everywhere. Tbo lame, tho blind, the ourfguests and a box supper will be unrmnas nere witn relatives. get our dues. The sooner the weekly Committee." the treatment four or five times a day Mrs. Emma P. Bush left Saturday for time for a pure spirit to take its flight halt, the rich, the poor, the wise and served." papers of Kentucky call a halt on free Lancaster, where she will spend the heavenward. Oil that November morn the unwise, lou hnd an exquisite re Buy yourself a pair of the real genuine for a few days and hawking, spitting advertisiBs the better it will be oa their holidays with Mrs. O. P. Bush. ing an invisible hand waved a signal finement, tho eQlte, tho blase, the splen "Witch Elk" boots. They will keep and forming of mucus in' the noso and beak aeooaats'. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Simmons will go and a voice jn softest accent on the did type of individuality, the man of your foot dry. Do you know of any throat will cease. Lbmje C. LiTTBBt.1., editor ef the to Liexingtoo, baturday, to spend the morning breozo announced that tho energy, nerve and iron will, the pusher, others that will? For salo by Rico & HYOMEI is guaranteed to end cat Christmas holidays with relatives. gates wero open and that God's angel the rcformerand tho knocker with a big Arnold, sole agents for Richmond and arrh, coughs, colds, croup, asthma. Oweatoa Deaoerat, is a oaadidate for Mrs. Alex. Olerk of the State Seeate at the oemiag are spending X. Warren and son. Elmer. were waiting to escort her in. After assortment of hammers. Blessed be tbo Madison county. catarrhal deafness or money back. Com this week visiting relatives years of busy and usoful life knocker! A country without its knock pleto outfit 31.00, subsequent bottles if session ef the General Assembly. Mr. ann doing .mas shopping in Cincinnati forty-on- e Woman's Club. she died as she had lived honored, ers would go to sleep. 1 'can't toll you Lfctrell has been oouaty superiateBdeBt needed 50 cents at B. L. Middelton and Mrs. J. A. Duerson, who has been of pabMc seheeis of Owes eeaaty and quite siok for several weeks, continues trusted and loved. She reared her own about its lawyers, I have studiously The following program arranged by druggists everywhere However Mrs. M. C. Kellogg, chairman of the was a oaadidate for the aeaiBatfoa of critically ill at hor home on Breck ave monument, while she was living, in the avoided" tho court house. Don't know what to get? Go to the hearts of all who knew her. Sho had those, whom I havomot.seem men of in- Committee on Music, State Saperiatesdeat of Public Iascrac-Uo- b nue. was rendered Racket store you will find it there. lived here only and"at Pruden about six tellect andcbaracler. Its pulpits aro fillat the wet Democratic primary"- - He Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and cliil at the meeting Monday afternoon of the aise served is the last House of Repre- dren. of Mt. Sterling, will spend the years, but during that time had en ed with able, earnest men. The business Woman's Club in the Elks' Club rooms: sentatives, and has bad the Beoessary holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Ar deared herself lo many frionds. She man, in general, possesses the charac Elergie Nollet Report of the Condition nold. was only sick about two weeks, but Miss Pickels. teristics of business men elsewhere. On experieaoe is public life to make him OF Miss Tee Long, who has been with real collapse came to her Tuesday and the whole there is but liitle difference one of the strongest available candidates in Aria From Carmen her sister, Mrs. T. J. Taylor, for several she sank rapidly until the end Satur humanity tho world over. We lack the Miss Bright. Co for Clerk of the Senate. & months, has returned to her homo in C day. The immediate cause of her death hustle of tho North. We take it more ThfF?atterer Georgetown. was uremia. She sought tho pearl of leisurely, we have more time in which nntnrr 1.1.1(1.,. f Vlfllttinnfl. ff1(1taAn Miss Harriet Parrish. service pension The "dollar-a-day- " Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hendricks and Ky.. Lavillac county, ot at the close of business on theTho Butterfly bill passsd the House last weok by the Mikon ..Young, Jr.,. of Lexington, mo- - great prico early in life and made rellg to take it. stu any Decern ter. mi. s . .1 .i Marie Louiso Kollogg. i On the futureI have nothing to say. auu spent ouuuay wuu Jirs. ion the chier jewel, ot her youlhful vote of 2 to 92. It is estimated that luieu iiver Saint-SaeJ hopes. She joined the Christian church The winter climate is tine but the sum Sketch of Mrs. A R. Burnam. RESOURCES the biH will take $45,000,009 to 876,000,-60- 9 Joe sales. $331 .MASS Loans and Discounts Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Taylor and two wnen out lourteen years of age at mer may not bo so good. Howev. r, 1 Aria From Samson and Delila from the treasury annually ia addiU. S. nnd other Uonds, b toots anu ..Saint-Saen- s sons, oi Vk aco, for a six- . SprttrHtea - 24.103 73 tion to the preset pension appropria- weeks' visit to lelt yesterday the formor Richmond, Ky., and was a faithful shall not climb that hill until I reach it. 2.4ffl 87 Fulton, Mo., Miss Mary Traynor. Due from Banks member to hor daath. She is survived It is a land of sunshine, cactus and the tions. borne of Mrs. Taylor. Song The' Violet Mendelssohn Actunl Cash on nana exenence iiWia Checks, cash items and by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. horned toad, a land of peace, plenty aud Miss Maltie Elder. 370 00 fnrrlpnrlnc Mr. aad Mrs. John Harris and famllv B. J. 12.1S750 Newlon; her devoted husband, Dr. opportunity. Overdrafts Unsecured Current Events of Louisville, are guests of the former's Cecilian Club Notes. p.iia . Current expenses ana taxes34.SS70O o.u& Miss Helen Bennett. . P. Lindsey, and five sweet children-fo- ur Do I intend-t- o staT came, not wjth parents, Professor and Mrs. J. B. Har J Real Estate Oa Wednesday afternoon last the ris, for the holidays. Schumann LFurniture and Fixtures 2,500 00 37.37300 girls and one boy to mourn her any idea of permanency, butjwith the The Two Grenadiers AMeisnQi Prof. Koch. uuier of the abovemcmueu unucr dab met with Mrs. Robert It. Barnam, Mr. and Mrs. Hasbrouck Havnrs, 0 any heads of loss, and a brother, H. 8. Newlon, who intention of returning to my native land. Prof. Koch's generous response to an and a most enjoyable program was ren- Detroit, Jlioh., are with the latter's is cashier of the Farmers Bank Kirks- - Do I prefer to live in Kentucky? Yes. of .M97.007 57 Total ouchoro was greatly enjoyed. dered. Beethoven's Seventh Symphony parents. Mr. and Mrs. M, C. Covington ville, Ky." Why! Because it is my native land and LIABILITIES was played in all its joy and gladness lor i ne uenaays. A nice Xmas present for your friend Capital Stock paid in. in cash $130.000 00 scorn to give aught other reasons why. $17,000 00 by Mrs. M. C Kellogg. Mrs. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. eoll Thorne cave Will I retunt? Not yet. When I look would be an order for ono pair of shoes Surplus profits.9.1SS 90: Total... 2fi,lS8S Giving Not Receiving. Undivided lte&By, Mrs. George Piokels, Mrs. J. dance to a few friedds Friday night at 00 Deposits around and take a survey of the field, or a Stetson hat. Give him the order Dcnoslts on which interest is paid . ... . .. i. on which interest is not J.110 spirit oi Johnson and Miss Waits. Mrs. Robert the borne of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Thorpe more messed lo give and we, myself and family all enjoying on us and he will be pleased. paid.SZr.'.OOS&i; Total Deposits 292.003 SG en vi est Alain street. than to receive seems abroad in the i,un u Barnara read a short sketch of the difuuetouanKs Rice & Arnold. Oflipr ncorta nnt tnrlitilpfl nnrlpr The big Xmai Matinee at Opera land moro than over before. It is state- life, health and strength, happy and ferent movements of the Symphony, any of above heads (trust funds) 21.13160 contended, it urges mo to stay though a p. m. special at wide, ttousc, nation-widand Mrs. Stengaton Fletoher, of Lex- traction baturday at and nowhere it costs me and them many pangs of $197,0S757 the Schaffer Sisters in their more even Totnl. ington, gave a most interesting ard than in tho Sunday Schools of regret to be away- from Kentucky and new act "Sadie Solome and Her Beau I State of Kentucky County of Madison I BS talk on Beethoven's life, his Miss Julia White. .of Richmond, will Richmond. Instead of Christmas trees our fellow Kcntuckians, our friends and hereditary environments and the oir arrive tomorrow to be with Miss Jose and other costly festivities, spending relatives. It is needless to say I. .R. E. Turley. Cashier of the above that we' named bank, do solemnly swear that the cum stan ees under which he developed phine Dunn on East Main street until on ourselves, the idea is almost universal think often of our happy home above statement is true to the best ol my and nuptials. Dan to do something for others and let after the Dunn-Youn- g knowicuce and belief. bis Bine great symphonies. Miss Julia self friends left behind us and while I pen R. E. Turley. Cashier. alone. The members of the Christian these words, there is a little mixture White told of the doings of m&slcal ce- ville Advocate. Subscribed ' and sworn to before mc Mrs. H. J. Strong, formerly of this Sunday School will take gifts lebrities in New York and elsewhere in of all kinds gathering that dims and obscures the by R. E. Turley. this 16th day of December oity, now of Louisville, was elected lan. a olear forceful manner. A most re- auditor ot the Uouncil or Jewish Women catablcs,clotheSr anything useful, to the lines. Nothing More Beautiful We await tho coming of the. My commission expires Jan. 10.1912. freshing lunoh was served and social at the annual meeting of the society in church Saturday morning any lime after home papers with no little impatience L. P. Evans, Notary Public. 9 o clook. A committee will receive all CORRECT Attest: ohat indulged in, after wbioh the club rnitaoeipnia jasi wesK. and when handed us we all read them C OA. adjourned until December 27. R. L. Gentry, Jr.. of Nashville, will donations and dispense them among de eagerly, advertisements and all. And . A. SULLIVAN G.B. TURLEY. JR. Ceoilian Oiub programs are arrive this week to spend the holidays serving needy ones. The of every description at my rooms. Visit now I must bring this to a close. Directors wiin The Baptist School will have a tree for growing in interest and showing clearly D. nis sisters, jviesuames A. u. and U me before making your purchases. A happy, merry Christmas to all. Miller. Mrs. Gentry has been here greater advancement and development for several weeks, and will return to tho small children Saturday night,but by- - May the blessings of peace, happiness Stamping a Specialty Report of the Condition far the greater part of their gifts will be and perfect love always be your lot. in musical taste and expression. Ten Nashville shortly after Christmas of the Prices Reasonable years ago a liacn program would have in the nature of charity work. bincerely, Mrs. Wm. S. Broaddus left Monday The Methodist School wjll have an been but little mere than tolerated. On for Middlesboro, where she will spend Geant E. Lilly: November 22 the club met with Mrs. me Holidays wnn nor parents, Mr. and entertainment at the church Sunday A large decorated lamps, Johnson and gave a most excellent Bach Mrs. Walter Ballard. Mr. Broaddus night. The admission will be an apple toilet sets aisortment ofcan be found and vases will join his wife Saturday at Doinsr business at Waco. Madison countv program. Much of his music is "cast next weeK in me diagic Jitv and spend or potato. In this way several barrel Sewell & McKinney's. 20-First Street Ky, at close of business on the 5th day of Phone 318 jueceinber, J'JU full will bo gathered and given to needy in an ecclesiastical mould," but on Mr. and. Mrs. John H. Bowman garottes, being showered with good wishes are ones. Other charity work will also be this occasion preludes, RESOURCES for and loures were well played by Mcs the little girl Lelia Frances who ar- done. $ 05,33 29 Loans and discounts ana other jjouus. stocics anu u. a. rived on Wednesday at their home in The Christmas work of tho Presby dames Kellogg, Johnson, Denny, 00 securities. . Due from banks 17.027 21 Misses Pickels and White, and Lexingto '. Mr. Bowman is the "ad- terian School will be along the line man" on the Lexington Herald, and was .. 1.010 S3 Actual Cash on hand. interesting talks were .given on poly- former'-- connected with this paper as more blessed to give than to receive Checks, cash items and exchange 32 00 for clenrintr phonic music and Itach, the pioneer, by compositor. 00 Overdrafts (secured) X2 39 Overdrafts (uusecured) Mesdames Piokels, A. R. Burnam and Mr. Lucas Tipton and wife, of RichA Perfect Town, expenses and taxes paid 775 66 Current Xeale Bennett 1.977 is) mond, visited the former's parents, Mr. Real estate Furniture and Flxttues..1.9!Kf S3 3.87(5 23 The "perfect" town has at last been On Wednesday evening, December 27. and Mrs. Pearl Tipton, here this week. If wo are lo have the pleasuro of assisting you. in getting up Other Assecs not included In any Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, of found. It is named Ferndinand, and is 00 . of above heads Miss Hannah Benjamin, of Cincinnati, that Christmas spread, you would be justified in inviting Richmond, visited the latter s parents, It Ohio, will give an organ recital in the Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Tipton, here Thurs located in Dnbois county, Indiana, Total $0279 W Santa .Claus himself. He is a great champion of quality has no divorce, no jail, no graft, no Jus Presbyterian oburefa. This is the fourth day Estill UeraM. LIABILITIES me I'eace, .no arrests in many. tice oi organ recital ever given in Richmond $13,000 00 Capital Stock paid In, in cash Mrs. Rachel Barlow, who hzt been years, no civil suits in memory of the surplus una 3,w uu Miss Benjamin comes to us with fine the guest of her daughtors, Mrs. Frank 4.587 S7 1M1 B7 Undivided Drofltu no tax dodger- sDeposits subject to check, on recommendations. She is a teacher and P. Kiser and Mrs leaoder Smith, has oldest inhabl'ant, in tMSQi which Interest is paid to hor home in Richmond several years ago two .cltizpns let tax chorus director of ability and is well returned Barlow, accompanied by ue posits subject to Check, on Mrs. her 87.SE (9 ' .which interest Is not paid. known. and much sought after in musi- dau&hter. Miss Marr Ashbrook. will day go by, but it was a mistake. There are only two Republicans In the place, ..... JsejTS 48 Total cal oiroles in the oity. leave next week for Florida, where the State of Kentucky The CeoMian, Mary Paltie and Sher- former has accepted a position Bour- the postmaster and his son. Madison Coutr of Rowland-Cashi- er wood dubs bring Miss Benjamin to Rich- bon Xcws. of the alxiv I. JV. M. Good Price for Tobacco. named bank, do solemnly swear that the C. Chenault and Mr. T. C. Judge J. mond and they will see to it that the above statement is true to the best of my ; KBOWicage ana oencr. musical people of the town wDI hare an Taughn will leave tomorrow for Pitts-Asher (Dash) Adkinson, of Garrard burg. Pa., where they will be guests of X. tl, Kowland, cashier. opportunity to enjoy the organ recital the Pittsburg Coal & Coke Company for county, 'sold yesterday, through the 1G or 223, tell us your wants and we'll do the rest Telephone Subscribed and sworn to before nil- - 'this Kthday of December, 1811. LretL Saturday evening a'din-- Fanners Tobacco Warehouse Company, several days. Xy commission expires Jan. K), i&4. uer will be given by the above company this eky. 130 pounds of tobacco at an Wm. Benton. Notary PuWtc, Just try and see what W eon Is will to the traveling salesmen and a few avenure unce per hundred of $15.60 & C L. SKAHCY bay at the Racket Store aad 25 cenu, friends of that corporation. Judge ii oh, my, yon have .to hire a wagon to Dhoaault and Mr. Vaughn will return uftS hroafht 2&c per pound, and! baltbok heflM. itww bought by floor Managoc A brums Director tf Eontaeky the first of next week. life-tim- e, Our Story in a Nut Shell Dr. J G. Crabbe is in Toledo, O., exiled there by a telegram, Monday after noon, announcing the unexpected death of Dr. Sutton, pastor of the Euclid Interesting Letter From Hon Bi& Tobacco Deal. Grant One of the biggest tobacco deals in the history of Kentucky and easily tho larg1809 San Pedro Ave. San Antonio. Texas. est in the Burley district, was consumDec. 12. 1911. mated In Lexington Friday when the . Lilly. Tailored and Fancy Waists 20-2- Latest Novelties Neckwear, "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Newest Etc Santa has arrived and has on display a large assortment of Toys, Dolls, Doll Furniture and Homes, Mechanical Toys of all kinds, Books, Games, Tools, Tool & Chests, Drums, Horns, and many other things Woolen Goods Suits Griffon Suits $12.50 and Dresses Buy yourself a "Griffon" Suit or Overcoat for Christmas and bo sure of ono good present at least. We are specializing Suits and Overcoats at o 5 Ab-ox.- and $15 For your mother, sister or friend what would be better than a nice set of Furs for We are showChristmas. ing a large and beautiful assortment of Holiday Furs from OWEN McKB E PERSONAL SOCIAL ji These are regular $18 and $22.50. Other good Suits and Overcoats at $1 I 3750 and $10 Handsome Neckwear If you wish to give a present that will be appreciated, visit our Neckwear department where choosing is a delight and make a selection. Price to $35 The Richmond Climax. o c5 ji 25, 35, 50c Wimderliose Everybody can always use new hoso and Wunderhoso aro just the thing for any member of tho family. Come 4 piir in a box and guaranteed to wear 4 months. tr o o o p cz Buy Now Before Best Gifts are Gone Christmas Handkerchiefs If you don't what else to get for him or her look through our endless variety of Christmas Handkerchiefs in linen and silk, put up in Xmas boxes. Just the thing for Xmas gifts 0Q o o o $1 a box Presents For Everybody E. V. ELDER J You can buy more presents for less money ai me itacKei store than any store in town. t 20-2- Catarrh Six-roo- - Christmas Fires Danger. The season is approaching when scores of lives are annually last and hundreds of fires are started by carelessness in Christmas and holiday decorations. In addition to the fires and panics in crowded stores, due to careless wiring of special or tho catching fire of inflammable decorations, thousands of dangerous risks are run in homes, churcnes and Sunday sdhools. Wherej ever possible, electric lights should be used instead of candles on Christmas trees and the wiring should bo carefully done. If this is not possible, the greatest precaution should be taken to see that the trees are firmly installed and well braced, so that they may not be overturned when presents aro being taken down or by the of tbe children. Under no circumstances should cotton batting be used by amaJm. Jm OopjrUht ISM. b a, SUadd Adr. Co. M. teur Santa Clauses for hair and whiskers, as substitutes can easily be had, and the risk of serious or fatal burning is excessive. If candles are used, children should not be allowed to light them while their BANK TRUST parents are not present, as they often set fire to their clothing. Special care RICHMOND, KY should be taken not to leave matches lying about, as they are specially danFor 5ale. gerous at Christmas timo. The holidays Lost of all periods of the year, should be The assigued stook of goods of Isaac On Sunday, Dec. 10th, on the streets freed from the danger of terrible calof Bichmond a roll of paper money be Harvey, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes. amities, which is always present unless tween 510.00 and ?15 00. Reward If re Groeeries, etc., loclud in the Everett reasonable precautions are taken in the Bwry stand on Hallia Irvine street. to Climax office. matter of holiday decorations and festi-vite- s. turned Stock invoices about $1,000 and is a, Old Santa Claus has left more things new goods, Harvey having been in busiComo and select your goods early. I at the Racket Store than anywhere else ness only a few meatbs. Parties desir tf have everything wanted for the little in Richmond. ing to purchase, apply to tot and theold folk. too. A nice lino of pocket books and Gil Juxk Baxter, Assignee Wm Ledkord, Main street. f. lette Safety razors at Perry's drug store. Telephone Wl for to-da- y. n. " e) - SfWITH STATE & M WE over-entbusi- And well it should; it shows the determina tion to succeed COMPANY -- State Bank Trust 20-2- . J Overcoat and" Suit j L Continued Until Saturday December 23rd let There's bbi -- e, - Xmas Gifts Embroidery Novelties i T 8,11 1 coats no & up in price cutting on Suits and Overt5 j o4 JhiKl-liKSO- Miss Eva Roberts Waco Deposit Bank Your Xmas Suit and Overcoat are Awaiting You at our Store Men, Young Men, Big Boy.s Small Boys all. Remember we have we fit them Mid-deRe- That Xmas Dinner To All Everything Reduced Prices on Every Article Our children. in ladies and StoreHATS, CAPS SHOES for men, and FURNISHINGS all at cut prices. We have a large display of Xmas goods which will make handsome presents, such as Neckwear, Hosiery, Silk Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Combination Sets, GlovesBath Robes, Smoking Jackets, Jewelry, Scarf Pins, Cuff l jjuuuna, it? vki5p5, vuikir rins, nouse oiippers ior men and ladies 1 Fancy 'Groceries, Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Celery, Oysters and Cranberries Don't wait until Saturday, the last shoDDin? dav txfore Xmas. Come early if will make your shop ping, easier for you :::::: ' -- f Sewell MoKinney The Home of Good Clothes, Shoes are! Furnishings Corner Second and Main J. S. STANIFER Richmond, Ky I ; - rUEN your residences ad store buildings need to painted and papered, or decorated in any rs, spe me about it, as I am prepared to doall kinds of but indeed BC could.' Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. vork except such as I invite you to inspect at all limes K'fore being applied to your house, etc Also, I will ippreciate a share of 3Tour patronage, and promise yon in return for same, honest work and materials. will use nothing in the way of materials on your V V ILLUc5TRAVOid 3Y 7aY vAreR IfeVg5 lCOPrtfKHrtNCfCAT&)ITAm" Very respectfulljr yours, W. L. LEEDS fhird 5treet Richmond, Ky WANTED The Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. ISOOBFOBATBD. SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sell your tobacco. "We have put in additional lights, and --have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. GIVE US A TRIAL. PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET -: NEAR L. & RICHMOND. KENTUCKY N. DEPOT -. Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods Notions and-Milliner- y at a great reduction on account of moving January 1 . Call and see us and we will convince you March and Douglas State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL TOR TEACDERS rnnncrc TUITION Preparatory. State cate. Lifo Diploma, County Certificate, Review, Special Certifi-uUUAjL- i) FREE TO APPOINTEES ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Going to Build? IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR Lumber BLANTON UETOi IKE COMPANY I Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 REE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN 'ivy a mother has learned of a Nine times out of ten when a child r of avoiding sickness in her complains and you don't know examong the children, by actly what is the matter with it, it use of a free sample bottle of the heeds a laxative its bowels are con100s laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup stipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct sin. This offer of the doctor's to the trouble, tone up the child and n a free sample bottle has been Te- soon it will be well again wondernded to by thousands of women ful results have been secured with parts of America. Syrup Pepsin over night Jr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a You can buy it of any druggist at y wonderful laxative and cspe-- y fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the adapted to the needs of babies latter being the family size, but you children because it is pleasant to are invited to make a test of it first e and no child will refuse it Then, at the doctor's expense. Send him ' mild and never gripes. It is all youf address today and he will send t a child's remedy sliould be, you a free sample bottle direct to ugh it is a good laxative for the home. Then when satisfied buy le family because it is effective your it of your favorite druggist 'I ages. It is not dynamic like s. pills and powerful For the free sample address him. cathartics, ch should not be given to chil-- a Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell under any circumstances. building. Monticcllo. 111. A Rare Beauty try gem in cur fine collec-- a of jewels is, and their rich or and brilliancy and uni-- J and exquisite setting ke them fit gifts . for a sen. We have everything t is new and novel in pins, gs, ear screws and drops prices that afe remarkable their low;figure P. J. YEAGER he Climax is only $1 ad pride, fell from somehow with amazement and could scarcely like every taken quality, good or bef had other realize or comprehend. He told the that is developed alone. It had lacked story of the two lives up to the sightShe. too, had submitted to ing of the ship upon the island, and exercise. since she had come to the no tests then, his heart failing him. he turned Island. She had surmounted no temp to Whittaker and bade him take up tations. She had fought no battles. the relation. She had not become veteran by con' It was a delicate matter of which to quest. She had not a perfected her ofspeak, but the simplicity with which fensive and defensive weapons, by a the first part of the tale had been pre- series of smaller conflicts which would sented gave the officer his cue. He 'give her confidence and courage to was a man of retentive memory, of 'fight the great and final battle. Like quick apprehensive power, and with a 'Elijah of old, dismayed, disheartened, nice sense of discrimination, a rare broken, she prayed that she might die man, indeed. And he told the rest of there on the sands. the tale with a subtle sympathy for the situation and the actors that en,1r" CHAPTER XIX. abled him so to present It to the interested lltttle group of officers that he The Man's Failure. almost made them see It as it trans- : At five o'clock a boat put oft from pired. the big white cruiser, conveying the "And what" asked the captain, when Islander, the captain, the other officers the final word had been said, "do you and Langford to the shore. The woman propose to do now, Mr. Charnock?" met them on the sand. She had dls It was the first time that he had caraea ner woven tunic and was been so addressed and the man start- dressed In the faded blue blouse and ed. He had heard Mr. Whittaker' .skirt which she had worn when she words as one in a dream. He had been had left the vacht and which nhp had going over that dreadful scene on the j ever since preserved with such scru sands. His begirt was lacerated and pulous care for an emergency like this. . . torn again. He was blind to every ' r ;u n iii . iuer . i . .uie garments iur iuai t thing but the past He saw her face were loose and else she dimly in the present He could see could not have put them on, so splen nothing of happiness in the future. didly had she developed In waist and chest and limb. She wore stockings "I don't know," he answered. "But .surely this has not made-anand shoes, and, save for a certain na tural elegance and freedom in her difference In your feelings?" "I can't tell. The difference Is in bearing, she looked much as any other woman, except that few women were her, not in me." . "She made a frightful mistake," said as beautiful as she. the captain. Impressively, "but she has Her face, always colorless, was paler nobly atoned, and " than ever." Something of the anguish "She's not what I thought she was." that she bad gone through was seen said the man, "and If I love her, I love there by the keen eyes .of Whittaker. her now not because, but In spite, of at least, and even the others could nowhat she is, and there is a difference." tice the strong constraint she put upon "Miss Brenton," Interposed Whitta- herself and the evidences ot self-rker at this Juncture, "ias settled the stralnt were painfully apparent matter herself. She says that she will After a momentary hesitation and a have no man's pity, no man's con- glance at the Islander, who, after his tempt, that no man shall marry her first swift, comprehending survey of on suffrance, and that" the woman, stood with averted head"Right." said the surgeon, who was she, conscious painfully of his every a man of very few words and general- gesture and movement the lieuten ly good ones. ant commander performed the neces "My young friend," broke in the sary introductions. This ceremony chaplain, "if I might advise" over, it was the woman who spoke. "But this." returned the islander, "I sent for you, gentlemen," she bewith fierceness, "Is not a matter for gan, "In order that a necessary deposi advice. I don't know the world or its tion might be made to enable, if possi customs. I must appear strange to ble, my" she paused and bowed for you men. But I take It that a man's mally toward the islander "this genchoice of a wife, a man's settlement tleman, to establish his identity, upon of his future Is not a thing that he .which, as I learn from Mr. Whittaker, brooks counsel over. At any rate, I much seems to depend. I have here " want none of it" "Put could you not do this more con"Com? with me," said the chaplain; veniently later pn the ship. Miss Bren"we will talk it over. I have lived ton?" interposed the captain. He had in the world," he went on, gently. been told that she intended tQ stay pn "Perhaps I can help you. Have we the island, but he could not believe it your permission to withdraw, Capt "We shall be very glad Indeed to offer Ashby?" you passage home. The ship is fitted "Certainly." said the captain. . for a flag and the admiral's quarters "Pardon me a moment, chaplain," are yours to command. We are sailing interposed Whittaker; "but the young direct to the United States, with a stop lady has asked that some of ug go at Honolulu, and will be glad to. you to your friends." ashore to take her deposition as to the matters that have been alleged "Sir," said the woman, "I have no concerning our friend here. Capt friends who care enough about me to Ashby, will you?" 'welcome me or whom I care enough "Certainly, Mr. "Whittaker. I will go. .about to wish to see. My mind is And if you iril) accompany me, doctor; imade up. I shall stay on the island, and you, chaplain, I (shall be glad. Mr. 'at least for the present" Whittaker, you are a notary public "But, my dear young lady," began and can administer the necessary the officer. oaths." "Capt Ashby," said the woman, "Very good, sir," returned Mr. Whit- "you are the commander of that ship T" taker. .The other gentlemen bowed "i am," their acquiescence, "The lady said "To you is committed the ordering she would like to be undisturbed until of her course?" evening." "To me alone. Miss Brenton." "You decide all questions connected "At two bells in the second dog watch then have the cutter called with her on your own responsibility?" away," returned the captain. "I do, certainly; but" "Beg pardon, captain," said the sur"Sir, this Is my ship, this island. If geon, "but do you or any of you know I choose to stay here, I cannot think you will endeavor to take me hence this lady to be Miss Brenton?" "Xo." said the captain, "I don't by force." "By no meaps," know her. Do you, Mr. "Whittaker, or you. chaplain?" "Nor have I any more fondness for "Well, then," said the surgeon, as having my decisions discussed than both the officers shook their heads, "it you would have for hearing your will be necessary to have some one orders argued or questioned." ashore who does know her In order to "It is my island," cried the man, swear to her Identity to make her roughly, "and if you stay, I stay." deposition worth anything." "We lose time," said the woman, "There is Langford," said Whltta-- j shortly. "I am here tp give aiy testi ker, "he knows her." mony; you are prepared to take it?" "Very good," said the captain; "send j "I am," said the lieutenant-commandea boat over to the yacht and present stepping forward, notebook Jn my compliments to Mr. Langford. Ask hand. "Captain, will you conduct the neces-jsar- y him if he will meet us ashore at five o'clock. Say to him also inquiry?" that I should be glad to have him dine j "Certainly." said the captain. "Mr. at seven. Chaplin, Langford, do you identify this lady?" with me will you and Mr. Charnock take lunch- J "I do, sir," answered Langford. "She eon with me later?" Is Miss Katherine Brenton ot San Now, to go back to the island. The Francisco." "You say this of your .own personal woman stood on the strand proudly, resolutely, sternly erect, without a knowledge?" "Yes, sir." sign of unbending until the boats "You will make affidavit to that reached the sides of the two ships. Even then she kept herself in the fact?" "With pleasure." bonds of a control of steeL She turned "I wondered," said the woman, bitslowly, walked up the beach, entered the grove of palms, mechanically found terly, "why you came back." the path and plodded along it, still "It was at my wish, madam," reerect and unbending, until the wind- turned Capt Ashby, formally. ings of the trail and the thickening of He was not greatly prepossessed the grove hid her from any chance with the imperative manner and demeanor of this young woman, but he watchers on the ship. Then came the moment of yielding. did not see exactly how he could reAs if the tension had been suddenly sent Jt, pr force any Improvement in released, she reeled, staggered; her it "Will ypu prpceed now with your heart almost stopped. Her instinct 'story." he continued. "WIN ypu speak was to throw herself prone upon the slowly so that Mr. Whittaker, who! grass, but she recovered herself In does not write shorthand, can take It time and, with the natural inclination down?" of the troubled toward the place, howThereupon the woman told that porever rude and humble it may be, that tion of her tale which related to the is called home, she summoned her evidence which she exhibited, the strength and dragged herself on piece of the boat with the name of the through the trees over the hill-wh-ence ship upon it, the dog collar, the silver a backward glance would have box, the Bible, the two rings. These given her a sight of the ships, but she were marked, set down and sworn to. never took It down the other slope The affidavit to which she subscribed across the beach and to the cave her name, and to which she took oath which had been her haven for these on the very Bible of the island! was brief, though comprehensive, and the three years. Then, and not until then, did she little ceremony was soon over. Mr. give way completely. She threw her- Whittaker assumed charge ot all the self down upon the sand In the cool exhibits. The tale haying, been comshadow of the great rocks In what to pleted and all the little formalities got her had suddenly become a weary through with, the little party stood land, and outstretched her arms as if around in awkward silence wondering to clasp the earth to her breast in de- what was next to come. "Miss Brenton," said the captain at fault of the man she" had dreamed of and trusted, flhe had loved and lived last, breaking the pause, "it seems a for, and lay there a silent, shuddering, shame. For God's sake, reconsider your decision and come off to the wretched figure. Her crushing disappointment at his ship!" "No," returned the woman, quietly; failure to rise to the measure of her Mpa! of him. the total end of her "my mind is made up." "Katharine 1" exclaimed Langfotdr dream of happiness, the breaking of all her hopea, the closing of all her extending his hand In one final apambitions, the tearing asunder of her peal. "Not with you, either," said the heartstrings whelmed her in agony. woman. She had thought that never could hu"My dear manity experience more than the. pain old chaplain, young lady," began the "think what it Is you do. by the horror of her superinduced "the ship, but, that pain to Has any human being with such powupon you possess a right to bury her ithe present was like a caress.' For to ers as all that jold horror vas added a new self in this lonely Island? Is there no callT-- ?" sesse of losa. of disappoinment and "Sir," the woman Interposed, "yimr loyed before; despair. She had not plea might more me if anyth' an-- , how the did. and the sorrow aad guitli were Measured by the depth and jwwer of her passion. Th period on ' A Des Moines man had an attack of the yacht feai been aa apleode. This muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. life, eternal life of tteath, she 1iim to go to Hot ot A friend 'thnfct. Aad It shows the powerand Sprinjrs. advised meant m expense of That H had colored tfc etoode tfct 1150.00 cr more, lie aougnt ror a iukk--r wmiU eotorVftt it darkly? all t and fouad b4 cheaper way to tutor. Uin Chamberlain's Linawwt. Thre That Ckritla philosophy which be days after tb Jirst ippHmtiotf of this fondly fceiiTd b hd acqulrtd, liniment he was well. For sale by all hd dMlers, vA la which O tt&l error TT 11 easy-fittiny e re-ito- re ! . r, quar-teraftht po-siU- w clt !b where she was hidden from the ship. ana went down to the edge of the water. She even sUpped off the garments of civilization and stood forth a primi tive Eve and waded out a little war into tne lagoon. The night had faUen and she was calm la the screen of the darkness. She could easily swim out to the harrier reef, clamber upon It, ana then plunge into the blue Pacific and swim on and on, and fight and Oght until the last vestige ot her strength was gone, and then sink down, leaving him free and settling tne question. And yet the waters lan- ping aDout ner feet held her back. drove her back, retarded her In her advance; Could she do It? Should she do it? At least she would not give up the iaea ror want of trying. She resolute ly set herself to wade into the deep er - sea. That she waded was evi uence of her indecision. Under other circumstances, or had she been clear in her mind as to her course, a quick run, a spring, a snlash. and she would have been In the midst of the lagoon. ane went slowly, and as the water grew deeper, she went more slowly. It was warm and pleasant In the la goon. The slight difference of tem perature between the water and the air ordinarily was only stimulating. And yet the sea bad never seemed so cold to her as it was In that hour. She was young, strong, splendidly dowered with health and bodily vigor. The mere .animal clinging to Ufe was Intense In her. 6he Resolutely Set Herself to Wade her heartbreak It does not minimize or her resolution to Into the Deeper Sea. settle the question that she found it moment have maintained their erect hard to go on. By and by she stopped, position. The woman knew in that the waters nqw up to her breast The wind blew gently toward the land, and moment how such things could be. 'But I loye you still," said the man. tne waves struok her softly and beat her back. She stopped dead still and "Apd i sun want you for ray wife," "jasp pignt," went on the woman. thought and thought, wrestllne with as if In a dream. "I seemed to you her problem, full of passionate disapthe embodiment of every excellence pointment, vain regret, despair, conthat humanity can possess short of scious that life held nothing for her, and yet clinging to It, unknowing what the divine." "Yes," said the man, "I loved you would he the outcome of the Titanic struggle raging in her breast between as " "Do I still possess those qualities primal passions, love of life and love of man! Jn your eyes?" He hesitated. He strove to speak. CHAPTER XX. 'The truth! The truth!" whispered the woman. "Nothing else, so help The Repentance That Came Too Late. you God!" For the first time in his life the man 'No." said the man, "but I love you still, and you ought to marry me, you of the island played the coward. He was afraid to be alone. The others, must. Can't you understand?" "Listen," said the woman, fiercely. the officers of the ship, that is, not "I did npt go tp that man yonder, al- - Lapeford he bad gone back to his tpougn ne offered me everything that awn yacht, declining the captain's inhonor could dictate and that true af vitation to dinner would, have respected the islander's fection could suggest, I do believe, be- left him to himself, mood and have but it was evicause I did not love him, although I dent that he have since come to respect him, after Whittaker and craved their society. the old chaplain susI have thought It over. It is not duty, pected how it would be with him, but but love, which is the compelling mo- they knew that sooner or later he tive in this matter. And I won't take would to retire to rest, and soonyou; I would not take an angel from er or have later he would be alone. heaven unless he thought me in evAnd then his grief was so obvious, ery particular all that a woman should be to g man, unless he IPYed that In accordance with a natural and me with his whole heart and soul ab- commendable tendency they strove to up. They encouraged him cheer solutely, unfelgnedly, completely. You to askhim questions. They told him don't I don't even think that I love you now. You have been tried and many things In reply that the woman could not tested, and you have failed. Gentle half dimlyhave told him; that he had suspected, but had not men, will you take him away?" known. They cleared up to him many 'I stay here," said the man. blunt things which had seemed mysterious ly, drawing apart from the others, Strange to him. "and I will kill with my pwn hands and And on their part they marveled at the man who lays a finger upon me," "Sir," gald the paptaln, "this land, I the things he did know, at the thortake it, Is the United States. As the oughness with which be had been rapking officer present, J represent Jts taught, and at the wonderful acute-nes-s ot perception which he displayed. law. It is under my rule. As to your choice, I have nothing to say, The woman had marveled at it too, but she used but as far as regards other things, you years othad become They to It in three Intimacy. saw it Imwill have to obey me here as any mediately with greater surprise. other citizen of our country." In such engrossing conversation the And I know nothing ot the United States or Its laws," answered the man, long hours passed until the striking" couplets of the bell forward tolled proudly. "I am a law unto myself," and 'The first lesson that the world eightany it was midnight No one desire to sleep in view of will teach you, sir," returned the pap- had taln, pointedly, "is that tbat position the unusual and stimulating expericannot he maintained; that the whole ence which hath parties to the Interfabric or civilization depends upon change of thought in the play of quesconcession by individual? of natural tion and answer were anloylng. But and rights and upon the enforcement of It was the captain, these concessions, by other individuals practical, who gave the signal for re to whom has been delegated that tiring. The men were not accustomed to disregard even the suggestions of power." "I don't wlsh'to learn It and that is the autocrat ot the ship. A spare cabin in the wardroom had why I will not leave this island," perbeen arranged far the islander, and sisted the man. It was the woman who Intervened. there provided with the unwonted lux She stepped close to the man and ury of night wear after a hearty "Qood-nlfht- " from the lieutenant laid her hapd upon his arm, and a fervent "God bless you" "You said that In some fashion you fsom the old chaplain, he was left loved me," she urged. to his own devices. The strangeness "In gome fashion I do," he replied, "It grows late. Captain, can your of bis situation, the soft bed, the ship He by the Island until morning?" saowy Uan, the silk pajamas, the con"If you wish, certainly." returned fining area of the cabin, the sudden touch with luxuries of civilization the captain. Very well. Man. will you then go would la itself have kept him awake aboard the ship with these gentlemen had he been as heart whole and as and leave me alone here for the care free as when the woman had landed upoa the Island. But, indeed, night?" of these things Alone, madam!" excalmed the cap the strangeness aroused nq emotions In his mind at tain. Certainly, sir," returned the wom all, for the moment he was alone bit an, "There is not a harmful thing thoughts, whloh be had beea fighting upon the island. You can come bank desperately to keep upas other things, in the morning and we will dlicuss reverted ta her-- What was she doing then what is best to be done. Iteally, for the first time alone upoa that is gentlemen," she went on, with a pite- laaa?. What waa she thinking? He ous tremble of her Up, for one mo- realised that bo saore thaa he could ment losing her control, "I have been she be sleeping. These were the first ssosaents that tried beyond the strength of woman If I can have a quiet rest, if ka could give to reflection, the first quiet hours that he could spend in in the morning " That is reasonable," said the sur coMlderisg the situation and in get geon. "The lady is in bo state lor tlag hack hl rudely disturbed method la nla this discussion, nor, indeed, ftre yqu, There had sir,"' he continued, looking hard at training, aad he had been taught the value of considering a terlea af events the man. "Very well," said the captain. "Come. lagieally in all their lights aad hear-iagLylag is taa ceatfertaMa berth Mr. Charnock, you cannot refuse that request; gentlemen. Madam, good h miewed at length aad deliberate ly the Watery ot hit life from the day night." He turned away, followed by the. that he had bean ben wha he irst aver her aJaeplag upoa the saad others. Charnock for tht moment hesuntil that great glad har wkaa, the itated. eartkeuake eaHcfetaaiag him, ha tore 'I give you one more chance," whis his pered the woman in his ear. "I thtak the reehe aauadar, 4aid bar myself lit for the wife of aay nan, do ansa aad yreaaad taa feet kiea that you think Do you love Me? Do ha bad aver gives aay oh vstea bar you care f or m aa you aw Mat sight? Its. Uaftiacfitacly aa ravfawad with Can you thlak ot aae as all that is sweet aed lovely aad nofel aad pure, what calmness ha eoaid wmm tea and worthy o aay man' affection?" aad taa day. seeaee of tha macal Ihe bent closer toward, aim la the Ha forced hlmeaH to raaslam- - ta all tetecalty of her feellags. The words Its ttflMa aad baariags tha lasorma-tie- s toai had baaa airaa to aim. Ha rushd from fcr. Th man pMsed his hand oyer hi forehead. dmaeU ay taa aainarata raeailtag af every AataiL aad 1 caa o&ly sy what I said before. aalvartag as tzr wader taa stbna-that I lev you atUL that I will marry you, and that yo ought to Va taaaf mm now apaa a raw wewad. tba That is eMttch," The woman turned "an faced him as unrelenting and as determfned as she had faced the others. ' What could be say? There was but one plea that could move her. Was he about to watte inair "We have loved each other" weni on, brokenly. "It was, my dearest, wish, my most settled determination, to make you my wife. That wish I still entertain, that- - determination has not departed from me. You have reiusea to marry that man " "And would you have me do sor asked the woman. . iuuuiujuj ... "Mn a 11 umes. no. i am sorrier every momenl that t innv t him that I did not kill him. But hav ing reiused him, there Is nothing now that you can do but marry me. And as you have refused him, it makes it the more incumbent upon me to marry you and to take you away. Your honor demands It" "My honor!" flamed out the woman, indignantly. "I have said it," returned the man. uuggeaiy. ucuubuicu, you win rorgive our irankness,' said the woman, turning to the little group who waited, all except Langford, who had walked away out of earshot and who resolutely kept his back toward the party, "but this thing has to be settled. Now," said the woman, "here is no question of honor, but of love. I ask you, Man, do you love me as' you did last night?" he began, falteringly. "You have never told me a He," she continued. "You have never known anything but the truth." "Until I learned from you," cried the man, "what you had concealed." The woman smiled bitterly, waving aside this cruel stab. "Tell roe the truth. Do you love me as you did last night?" "If you will have It no." said the man. rushing to his doom. ' Men have taken a bullet In the breast, a shot In the heart, and for a "ear mine, then," said the man, "uuiujf, even narsaiy. 'tis" useless aa the rt strong in her heart She crossed the island to her CfooOy." She drew iswUatiy apart fro him. "Mr, ChanMek," rase the captain's voice, isftftrattvelx. Slowly the Ulaader turned and made his way te the sea, after the others. The wossan, thus left alone upon the ialaad, was face to face with a crisis which could oaly be met in two waysv Either she must go away with the ZBaa. or they must both remain on the Island. It was possible that the captain might be Induced to use force to take the man away, but that was not likely," and if it were attempted, she believed, with much foundation for her belief, that the man who had never been coerced by a human being except her would fight until he died. She could not go away with him; she could not live with him on the island, A future opened before him. She had learned that afternoon on the sand that if his Identity could be estab lished be would be a man of great wealth, a power, a factor In the world's affairs. She had had her ex perience in life, her taste of power. It did not matter about her. It mattered greatly about him. She had given him a final chance. He did not love her as she would be loved. He could not love her. It was evident to her that he never would. She had nothing to live for, nothing to hope for, nothing to dream about There was one way of cutting the Gordian knot; she could die. And yet, somehow, the instinct of life was wosfasi. side. cament came to him darl and silent hour. He discovered first of all that he loved her; that the check and counter-chee- k and variation and alteration in his emotions had been swept away in a great development of a more transcending feeling. If she should ask him that question on the morrow as to whether be loved her aa he had on that night., he would still answer no. because he loved her more. And then he discovered that he wanted her more than he had ever de sired her before; that she was more necessary to him than ever he had dreamed she would be; that here was no question of honor or duty. Indeed, but of love, overwhelming, obsessing. And then ho admitted that she was purity, even holiness Itself: that he bad behaved to heiv like a cur; that he had been neither grateful, nor kind, nor tender, nor loving. 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She had taught him manhood as she had tried to teach him honor and dignity, and If he had failed once.lt he had derogated from her high standard, he remembered that it was through failure that men achieved. He tried to comfort him self with these thoughts, but with little success. But by and by all these considera tions faded away or merged in a great longing for her. He had never disturbed her in the still watches of the night, although he had often been tempted tp do so. But now the desire to see her. to plead with her. to bee her forgiveness not a low desire or a base one, he thanked God was so great that he could no longer sustain rose it He open to his feet and looked out of the port hole. The dawn was graying the east Attired as he was in the loose shirt and trousers in which he had Iain down, which were not un like the tunic that he habitually wore. save that they were of soft, luxurious silk, he opened the door of the cabin, stepped out through the silent wardroomhe had the natural savage art of treading without a sound ran light ly up the companion ladder and stepped upon the deck. The officer of the watch and his midshipman did not notice him. Their eyes were else where. He ran swiftly across the deck and stopped at the gangway. A mar ine stood there and started forward as he approached. "That's my island," said the man. I'm going to swim off to It, and I don't wish to be followed." 'It's a long swim, sir," ventured the marine, scarcely knowing what to do. He stepped fairly in the gangway as If to bar the exit 'It is nothing to me." said the man. "Stand aside." 'Mr. Hopkins!" called the marine. turning toward the officer of the deck. 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Seakct, Executors of Lucien. T. Grigps. 25-- lt This December 1, 1011. bal-aac- e. tea a. Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin- seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. - Bring what you have "We -- sat W. Bestok. Office For Rent. Office equipped with water and heat I'es-satai- I HAVE FOR SALE THE . " la our building on Seeend street. 34-t- f given January- 1st, 1912. Douauks & Sot moms , Ecst Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., zmi any kinis Rcpairs for all kinds of Machinery. ttrf4 "&uffard day aad niaat tha ferment efHeaiag ptiee. XotMag belyed me until I used Doan's Oiniaxnl. It cured av permanently." Hon. John Ri Garrett, Mayor, Qlrard, Ala. M. RICHMOND WIDES PW363 il: KENTUCKY ii Tfee rOR SHERIFF We are authorized toannouncr ELMER DEATHEKAGE a candidate tor Shcrifl of Madison county, subject to the action of Richmond Climax James & Hunley Dmeocratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN E. BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff oC Mad (Incorporated.) ison county, subject to the action of the democratic party. announce X. B. authorized lwt are candidate fortoSheriff of .Hadhson A. Miller Pres. and Mgr. JONES a county, subject to the action of the Demo W.'G. White Sec'y-Trea- s. cratic party. 'We are authorized to announce II-- IT. Ktattr l COLYBK a. candidate for Sheriff of Mndl-rta- n PHESS ASiOClATIOM KENTUCKY eHtiject to the action of the count-Democratic party. Weareharahr authorized to announce EIGHTH DISTRICT rUSUSIOS LEAGUE. VAN B. BrJNTO.N a candidate for Sheriff ot .Maaion county, subject to the action of the Democratic part'. YEAR PER BI0E $1.00 TVe are authorized to rrdowcc Jacob IK ADVANCE CeWas a candidate Xer Sheriff of S. Madtsen county, sufajeot te the aotion of 1911 WEDNESDAY DBC 20 the ihMBoorattc party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorised to annouDac S. A. D Jobbs as a candidate for CouiHy At- vemey of Madison oounly, subeot to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized fa annewnce R. II. (ContiDued from Next Page) CROOKE a candidate for County Atteraey tmbieet tn the action ef the Democratic right enough now for the waters and We are atHboriied te annouse 0. P. the shore clearly to be seen. The capJaoksea a a oaadldate for to tain stared over the side. He could the ofltee of Ooumy Auorser of Madi-so- a make out the man's head swimming eeuaty, Mttyeot to the aetioB of the through the opening in the barrier. Oeeooraue party. He could see the splash that he made We are authoriaod to aanounce rapid progress through the Thoaas II. Oollias as a oaadidate for in hisseas. Ootmtf Attorney of Madisea eeaBly, sub-je- quiet "Mr. HopTclns," he said, after a mote the actios ef the Democratic ment's thought, "tell Mr. Cady the party. Midshipman of the watch to take the SCHOOL SDPaRINTENDBXo? We are athfized te announee BENT A beat and follow after. If the man gets MEN F. HOWARDS, a anuMutc for Su. safely to the shore, they are not to b ttsriBteadeatef IuM(c Schoats of Madison Mm bet to cose back and report eauBty. eubiect te the acMea ef the Demoto e. If, on the contrary, he needs cratic party. WearelautUoriaed te announce Wm. S. bole, they are to take him aboard and e( bring Ma back to the ship." Brock a candidate er Superintendent Public Sckeete ef Madteon County. nh-ec- t So raeh time was lost in these varite the acMee ef the Democratic party We era authorised to announce Prof. ous maneuvers, however, that when Saper-twidoBareor II. Brecfc a onedidate for the order was carried out the boat of PebWe Schools, subject to had seareely reached the entrance to the actio ef the Democratic party. the barrier when they saw the islander stepping through the shallow waters por:jaii,br We ere etHtioricett tmwHc MORGAN to the beach. There was, therefore, TAYLOR a eandtdete for Jetteref Madison nothing for Mr. Cady to do but come cewot'. eohrect te the acooa of the Demo- back and report the matter to the capcratic party. We are aethertsed te amomoe Cltbe tain. When he reached the deck of Ratbuhx a oae.dtdo.te for Jailer of Med-fe- e the cruiser he found the executive ofoouoty, sebjoet to the action of the seer wita tne cnapiain and tr sur geon who had been summoned from Domecrnuc party. We are authorised te awe pence X? their berths in consultation with the Oottoa, Jr., ae a oandtdate for Jailer of captain. By Mr. Whlttaker's advice, Madisea ooNSjty, subject to the action or he and the chaplain were immediately the Doatoorauc party. seat ashore to see what had happened FOR ASSESSOR and what was to be done. We ate authorized te eeneueoeGEORGE There was considerable anxiety in JJOLAXD a cnniHilatg for Assessor ot Madtsee Ceuety subject te the aetioa ot the minds of the quartet who had the Democratic party. been dealing with the affair heretofore We are authorized te aaaeuace W. F. as te what conditions might be. They IAKjUA a ceedMete for Assessor of tsea county, subject to the actloa ef the did not know the man. They did not Democratic party knew what he might be doing, or to We ae authorised to announce RL'FTJS IBXlvINS a cemiMate for Assessor of what danger the woman, whom they Maetoon ceeaty subject to theacMoa ef the all pUied moot profoundly, might be Democratic party. exposed. Of all with whom he had FOR COUNTY CLERK cose in contact, the lieutenant com LaRueC. We are authorized te County neese acendteate foraaaeuBce Clerk t sander and the chaplain were those Madioen qeewty subject te the action e who would have the most influence over the man of the island, hence they were dispatched to the Island. FOR CITY ATTORNEY Another boat crew was therefore We are authorised to annaeaec MUR RAY SMITH a ceinHdalc for City At ealied away and the two gentlemen torooy of Kiohmeod, subject te the action were rowed ashore. It was not yet ef the DoinoareUc parts'. searise bet still sufficiently light to We are authaihiud te announce D. M. enable them to proceed. They were CHENATJLT a MadMate for Ctty At at a loss at first what to do, for they torney, aebjast teiheaetiaaef we Don-eom- had not yet had opportunity for ex- party. ptoriBg the Island. They had learned FOR POLICE JCDGH that the cave In which the woman We are authorbjod to annouaoc J. D. dwelt was upon the other side and Djfces for Poliee Judge of Riehoed, that biils rose between the landing BMhioot to the actio of the Democratic place and her abode. They knew, of pertr. course, that they could get to it by We are authorised te aoBotwee W. L. following the shores of the island, but Judge of KidiKofid, Leeds for Police subject te the aetioB of the Democratic they had a reasonably accurate idea of Ks size and they knew that that party. woeld take a great deal of time. Time was precious. They were becoming more and more fearful with every mo ment. They deciaed,therefore, to Will buy or sellyour bouse, a direct march over the hill and chance across farm town lots or any thing the island. By great good fortune they jtHiaWed Into was else in the Real Estate line. now sufficiently the pathInwhich grow defined the Any business intrusted to ing light to enable them to follow It climbed as rapidly him will be promptly and They consistent the hillthe strength as was with of carefully attended to. See the chaplain, who was a rather old man, reached the top him if his services are need went and then having side almost at a down the other ed. run. As they broke out from under the "We represent iron bound palm trees, they saw a dark object in Insurance Companies the gray dawn lying upon the sands at the water's edge. It was a human this. being undoubtedly. As they ran to ward it with quickening heart beats they recognized It as the man. He was lying motionless as If he had been Specialist struck dead. In a brief space they reached him. The lieutenant-corn- ' la Jifeeaees of EYE, EAR, NOSE aed THROAT mander knelt down by his side and OHham BbJp. Richmond, Ky tsrned him over upon his back. He was as senseless as if he had been smitten with a thunder bolt "Is he alive?" asked the chaplain. beading over him. Mr. WbUtaker's hand searched his reuua tmi wotouT it TBI CLIMAX PRINTING CO l. The Island of Regeneration rru. us" to" the greater "thiigs "of lifeTave been roaspicuous by their absence in fcjs case and he has not been able to bear up under the sudden shock." "Those clothes, have you examined them?" "No," said the chaplain, "it has been too dark in the first place, and " "I will look at them," said Mr. Whit-taUe"Perhaps wc may find some "cow clew in them." The lieutenant-commande- r stooped over the pathetic little heap of worn garments. There were the blouse, the skirt the stockings, and the worn and torn white shoes. The Bible lay upon Jthem as If to weigh them down, and they had been placed well above the reach of the highest tide. The tide was then Just coming in to the island. The Bible had been opened and laid face downward on the clothes. Mr. Whlttaker lifted It up reverently. He observed as he did so that his own pencil, which he had left he now remembered, with the woman, lay beneath the open book. On the blank leaves between the Old and New testaments something was written. No mention of any writing had been made in the affidavit of the night before. He lifted it turned his back toward the east where' the sun was Just on the verge of rising, and stud-le- d r. ' et "Do you find anything?" asked the chaplain. "There is writing on this page," said the younger man. "1 can Just make it it out out" dis-tar- et - ?a tk Dr. M. Dunn JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Services Reasonabla PHONE. 83, or 481. "It beats feebly," he said. "He seems to have fainted, collapsed in seme strange way. I wish we had brought the surgeon. I wonder what can be the cause of it?" "Look!" said the chaplain. DENTIST He pointed to a little heap ot something dark on the sands a foot or two Lick, away. Orows, Bridge aed May work a "What Is asked the officer. Specialty. The chaplain stepped over to it is teak BaiMteg. "It is the clothes of the woman," he k said in an voice, "and that Bible we were to take away with us TO INSURE YOUR with the other things but which she HOUSE WITH said she would give us In the morning." "Great heaven," exclaimed Mr. Whlttaker. "you don't think" At the same Instant the same thought had come to both men. "It looks like it" said the chaplain AT ONCE with bated breath. "Poor woman, may God help her!" TO WAIT UXTIL IT THAN "That Is what Is the matter with him," returned the lieutenant-commandeBURNS AND WISH "He has sought her In her YOU HAD cave and has not found her. He has discovered these things and he knows that she is gone. The shock has almost killed him." "What Is to be done now?" Here the man of action interposed. SURVEYOR "Do yoa watch by him, chaplain," said the lieutenant-commanderising. seMeage of those its patron seeding "I will go back to the landing upon of a eeopeteet man. Address, the other side and send for the docRICHMOND, ZENTOCKT. tor. Then we will bring a party ashore and search every foot of the island. It Is a bad business. To think ot that woman offering herself to this man in rain. The fool!" "Don't," said the chaplain. "He is ord- not much more than a child In spite Arc the largest that he has learned. er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, of all allowances for him. HeWe must make did lore Iambs, and calves at the Cin- her, evidently. Look to what her loss has brought him. Perhaps stricken by cinnati Union Stock Yards. the hand of God his soul has gone out Consign your stock to them to meet hers." "Well, we must fight for his life and receive the highest market anyway. Do you stay here. I will be back in a short time." prices The lieutenant-commande- r rose to his feet and started back across the island without another word. The chaplain composed the members of the strlcren man, puttla him in a comfortable position on the warm sand, then knelt down and began to pray. It seemed a Ipng time to the waiting priest before his shipmate returned, and yet but a short time had elapsed. He came up panting from I. R. Pennington the "violence ot his exertions. Dentist. '"I have sent the cutter back for the Office next doer to Government .build surgeon. I told the men to row for their lives. I gave the midshipman Sag Richmond, Ky. in charge an account of what we had Jfowid and begged the captain to send Money to Loan on Good Farm partiesofashore to search the Island. What the man?" Lands. ; "He breathes still." said the chap-ilalT should think be was la some The KertkweGfeni Moteal Life OsM wMt loea money at 6 per kind of syncope. His heart evidently iatemt e good iaipreved farm wm affected. He has had e Kept-rattolasde ob Mertfe. for such violent trains. The Apply to J. C. Ciienaak, Atty. tab which are ueual asd erdreary RiciuPoed.Ky. St Jftirhkh. I take it tedorate H. I. PATRICK Paint Kentucky itr 0ee awe-struc- D. R. Fr eeman "Man," he read slowly, studying each word in the dim light, "I loved you. In one sense. In your sense, I was unworthy of you, perhaps, but not in mine. You alone had my heart The past was a frightful mistake for which I should not be blamed, but for which I must suffer. I tried you with the world by your side. The world was kind, but you were not You broke my soul and killed something within me which I had thought dead, but which you had revived. No power could reiive it again. I cannot marry Langford, for I do not love him. I will not marry yot for you do not love me. I will not go back to the world now. I have no desire to do so and I cannot live alono with you upon the Island. You will not go without me, and so I will go first by myself alone. You will tbink of me, I know, in the great wflrld. Perhaps you will Judge yourself harshly, but I do not Judge you at all. Yoa did not know, you did not understand. It came too suddenly upon you. You cannot forget me, but do' not repine over me and remember to the very last that I loved you. Good-by- . May God bless you, and may he pity me!" Underneath she had written the impersonal name which he had loved to call her, "Woman." So characteristic was the letter that that superscription was supererogatory thought Mr. Whlttaker. Only a woman could have written it She had gone out of his life, because with her In It there was no solution of it for .him, because how pitiful It sounded there in the gray of that morning in that lone island to those two men! because he did not love her. And she had gone out of it with excuses for him on her Hps and love for him in her heart No wonder that divining this which he had not seen, realizing only that she was gone, he had been stricken as he was. The doctor arrived presently. lie ordered the man, still unconscious, to be taken back to the ship where he would do what he could toward reviving him and pulling him through this great and terrible crisis that had come upon him. The chaplain went with him, conceiving his duty to be in attendance upon the living rather than searching for the dead. The captain, with the other officers, brought 100 men to the shore. The Island was systematically searched. It was all open. There was no place of concealment but not a foot of it was left unvislted. Again and again the men traversed the island. They found nothing, absolutely nothing. The woman had vanished and left no trace except the grass tunic in her cave, the remains of her toilet articles, her knife, watch and Bible and the little heap of clothing on the sand. All these they carefully gathered up and took back to the cruiser for the man. In the search, and made quite frantic by the necessity of it, Longford Joined. Indeed, he would not be persuaded that the woman be had treated so badly, whom he had hunted so determinedly, whom he had loved so truly, who had i ejected him finally, was dead, but even iie gave up at last Taking with them the evidence to substantiate the woman's affidavit and to establish, if so be it were possible, the man's claim, and taking with them also the bones of his mother, not forgetting what remained of the faithful dog, which the captain caused to be exhumed from the ruined boat as .night fell the Cheyenne steamed away to the northeast followed not long after by the Southern Cross. The two 'vessels went slowly, as if the souis that animated them were reluctant to leave the gemlike Island where they had chanced upon so much that was idyllic, so much that was romantic; and where they had seen so great a tragedy of misfortune and despair. Below in the cabin, under the care of the surgeon and chaplain, lay the islander in the frightful throes of a racking fever of the brain.. He babbled of the woman and knew not whore he was or whither he was being borne. scis-scor- . CHAPTER XXI. . r. H. e. DOTY, The Resurrection. The little island lay quiet and still under the rising sun. No footfall pressed Its bosky glades, beneath the shadows of its spreading palms, no human being sought shelter from the sun's fierce rays, no words were echoed back from its jutting crags, no figures flashed across its shining sands. Soundless It lay save for the ser-vie- es C. C Sale 8c Co, all-around S. Norris. So the Dreary Day Dragged On. x. et e. fK. cry ot the bird and the rustle of the gentle wind across Its hills. For well nigh 30 years it had not been so abandoned. Two days past it had resounded with the cries of men scaling Its heights, crashing through Its coppices, calling a name, beseeching an answer. Two days before great selps bad drifted Idly under its lee. It bad been the center and focus of greet events. Now it lay desolate, alone. On that morning the tide which bad. drawn away from it through the k night had turned and was coatag back. The force of the water itself upon the barrier. WlUtl the lafoou H lay placid, riciac jently inch by iach in nicety ererflpw. A watcher, se.t goon broken by a xippls, a keen eye might have noticed at the base of the cliff where it ran sheer down into the blue, a dark object niovlag beneath the surface. The eye could! .scarcely havo become aware of Its presence before the waters parted. A Kitle splash and a bead rose dark crowned, white faced. There was a sidewlse wave nd shake of the head and a pair ot eyes opened. The blue of the water was lightened by flashes of white arms. As the body rose higher under the Impetus of yet graceSul, it strokes, vigorous could be seen that it was that ot a woman. With ease and grace the figure swam along the base of the cliff until it was Joined by a Jutting spit of sand which widened and widened into a great strip of beach that ran around the island. Upon this rand presently the shallowing of the water gave the swimmer a foothold. Progress ceased. With eyes haggard, yet keenly alert the sea, the shore, the beach, the cliffs, the trees were eagerly searched. The long glances revealed nothing. Then the head was turntd and the ear listened for sounds and beard nothing. The look of apprehension faded into one of dull relief. Walking now, the woman in the water made her way toward the sand. Very white she gleamed in the full warm light streaming from the risen sun against the background of the dark black rock. The water dripping from her exquisitely graceful limbs, she looked a very nymph of the sea as she stepped out at last above the high tide line and stood poised as if for flight upon the hard and solid shore. Again she threw about her that quick, apprehensive look. Again she paused to listen. Reassured in that she heard and saw nothing but the bird's song, the wind's sigh, the wave's splash, she ran swiftly toward a blacker opening in the dark rock. She gleamed whiter still in the entrance for a moment and then disappeared. She came forth presently still unclothed, a look of disappointment on her face. She had many things to do, much to occupy her mind, but the first duty that lay to her hand and the first instinct which she followed was that her nakedness should be covered. Still warily watchful, still keenly alert still fearful apparently of interruption or observation, uhe ran across the beach, her movement as free, as gracefuV as rapid as she had been Atalanta herself, and disappeared under the trees. The whirr of birds disturbed might have marked her passage. After some time sne appeared on the top of the high hare hill that crowned the island. She had improvised for herself a covering out of three or four great fern leaves, soft and pliable, which she fastened with ? - CHAPTER XXII. palm fibers from shoulder to knee on either side, her bare shoulders rising Unavailing Appeal. from the rich greenness like white She slept late the next morning. In corolla from its verdant calyx. She went more assuredly, now, party be- the first place being upon the western cause of the fact that she was clothed side of the Island, there was no floodand partly because her first rapid sur- ing burst of sunlight through the open vey of the horizon revealed tie fact door to disturb her quiet slumber. In that the ships were gene. She was the second place she was so worn out glad that this was so, and yet when and exhausted, she had had so little sleep in the realization came upon her, she perative the past three days that imnature forced her into rest flung herself dowp on the grassy crest and gave way to voiceless agony. She might have slept longer indeed, Sometimes there is nothing so ter- but that she was awakened by a great rible, she realized, as prayer granted, cry, a human voice calling her name. as desire accomplished, as undertak- She opened her eyes and saw within the dimness of the cave a human figing brought to conclusion. Tte ure, vaguely white in the darkness. of success was upon her In that hour. Her ruse had worked. Her For one fleeting .Instant she imagined object had been attained, yet the that it might be he, but that hope was dispelled as quickly as it had achievement gave her no pleasure. been born. She recognized the voice. Her own acts had parted her irrev- It was Langford's. ocably forever from the world and "Kate," he said approaching her the one man In it who was the world nearly and bending over her, for her. He was gone. She who had more you alive then?" made him had sent him forth among "are He reached down and touched her his fellows. She had sacrificed herself, buried herself alive for him. She hand where it lay across the fern felt as a mother might who experi- leaves on her breast His touch sumences birth pangs and knows that moned her bewildered faculties to acwith every throb of tearing anguish tion. Brushing his hand aside,, she sat her own life ebbs away, passes into up. "It is I," she said. the new life which she ushers Into the "You are alive and well?" world and gives to men. "Yes," she answered. She had long hours for thought In "Thank God!" cried the man. "We those two days In that cave whose thought you dead. We searched the mouth the waters - hid. She had schooled herself to face light and life island. Where had you hidden? Why you done it?" without him when she emerged from have She rose slowly to her feet and conher cunning hiding place. She had waited the long period in order to fronted him. "You!" she said bitterly. "Why have make absolutely certain that they would be gone. And yet despite her- you come back?" "I don't know," answered Langford. self, a little gleam of hope, a bare possibility that he might be there still, "I can't tell what moved me. I was had lingered in her soul and leavened here on the Island with the others. I the awfulness of her grief. Now It searched with the rest I know that was gone. It had sunk beneath the no foot of it was left unvislted. Every horizon even as the ships had disap- crag and cranny, every thicket and peared. She had bean bitter against coppice, every tree, every cave and rift him. Her soul had revolted because in the rocks was examined over and be had failed. She had told herself over again. We knew that you were that he was not worthy of her. She gone and 7et I could not believe It forgot these things in that profound Yesterday afternoon I parted from the and desolate moment She knew only cruiser. I did not bear away for this that she loved him. When she could island until It was too dark and they think of other things than he, the were too far away to see what I would mere bodily presence of the man, the be about and then I came back here look of him, the sound of his voice, at full speed." "Why did you come?" the pressure of his lips, the clasp of ETs arms, she began to realize that as "I don't know. I was not satisfied. he grew older, unless she was so ab- It seemed to me that I must come solutely mistaken in hits as to make back and search again. I could not all estimate of him mockery, he would believe It possible that you were dead, realize the falsity ot his view, the lit- really dead. Something tn my heart, tleness of his action, and if he were in at any rate, brought me back once truth the man whom Bhe could rightly more to see the place where you- - had love, his years would be one long re- lived If no more than that We made gret that he had failed. What would the Island early in the morning. The happen when he realized that, when yacht lies yonder. I came ashore a he came to the knowledge that she moment since and some kind Proviwas Indeed all that she had seemed dence led me first of all to this spot and that he had been nothing that he I entered the cave. I saw you lying should? She knew, as she had writ- there in the cool darkness. I thought ten, that the man would never, could you dead at first Then I cried to you never, forget her; that wherever he and you moved. And then I touched went and whatever he did, she would your hand. O Kate, thank God I have be present with him; that she had found you!" stamped herself too indelibly upon his "Where is he!" said the woman. heart for any attrition with humanity, ,"Why didn't he come back?" however close and persistent to erase It was a cruel thing to say, but she the Image. He would come back percould no more have helped it than haps. she could have helped her breathing. "O God!" she knelt down and Not to have said it would have killed stretched out her arms, "bring him her, for if Langford's love could turn back," she prayed a few short brok- him back, what should be said then of en words, lacking the eloquence' of Charnock's. Langford was pale and long and studied petition, the appeal haggard. He, too, had suffered. He of the heart every throb of which Is was paying for his sins. He was a prayer "bring him back to me!" them and feeling it, although She thought that she would have the expiation was not helping her. "What of him?" she asked insist had him back on any terms. She said that she had been mad, a fool, not to ently, "What matters about him?" he said have taken him. not to have gone to him, not to have married him in any bitterly. "He had his chance. He way, with any conditions, under any failed to grasp It He's gone." The man did not tell her. that Char-circumstances. AH her thoughts were nock had been carried away a sensemerged in one great pajsionate longing to be with him. less log, bereft of power to think or, Far the first time in her life the speak, or move, or feel, by the shock pangs of Jealousy tore hir breast She of .her departure. "Once," said the woman, "you had thought ot him in the world with other men, with other women, young, your chance in the cabin of. that very handsome, a perfect godlike form and yacht out yonder and you failed to face of man, rich, the wildest romance grasp It and we separated." "Yes," said the man, "I know that, with ite charm and mystery to attract His story could not be" hid, neither I realize that now, and I came back. could hers. The man would be court I have come back to take my chance . , ed, sought aftert made ajuch over4, b&s again," "And so he may come back," said loved. It would be enouijh to turn the head of a saint How Would he stand the woman. "You sank lower than it? Would the recollection of her he." "And I rose higher the other day make him strong? Wouid that God in whom he and she both.' had trusted' upon the sand." "You dldj but not high enough. I beuntil the crisis came, lead him in the straight path? Would er purity, her lieve la him.. He will realize It, too," sweetness stop! would!e think her eke went oa, all the confidence of her thus, dowered, and potefised? Not hopes sprlnginc into., life again and now, certainly, but evtry hour that' . TO BE CONTINUED took! him farther from iter would add to his knowledge and would Ml hhrt With the Coming of Middle the truth and these-woulhelp him. . , Aaotfaer thought cairn ' fates her- There is a Uuiog down in tho physimind. His story would e fcowa aid herjt as well. The w!W wu fitted cal forces often efeown In annoying and wltb, adventuroua men.1 We4ld aet painful kidney and bladder some of them come in Foley Kid of' her4d urinary irraf aJeritiee. islud? The officer of tijoae two MMr aeyPJlktare splendid regulating and cwtljf determine accural iely the etoMMrenKtbtohnr medieint at tuch a time. tied, of that Ulend. It! would tg m Try them. For sale by Stockton db Sen. ss at eunrise the still water of the had there been one, would save seen la- easy for a navigator to find it as for a denizen of a city to go to any given street corner. People would come back to that Island, not to seek her, for tho world would believe her dead, but simply to see the place. Idle yachtsmen might find that an object for long cruising and she would have to bide and hide. But would she hide? Would she go back to that world? Never, she said, unless he came to fetch her. And then her thoughts turned again. Why had he gone away? Had Bhe been he they could"as soon have uprooted the Island Itself as torn her from it under similar circumstances. Had he been gone, she would have lingered and died on the spots that were sacred where he had walked. If she had known that at that moment her lover lay fighting lor life and reason in the cabin of the swift moving ship, she would have understood better his absence. That- he should be stricken never occurred to her. She pictured him, not happy away from her, overwhelmed by her death surely, saddened beyond present comfort it must be, yet so occupied that Insensibly his grief would be lightened by the only thing after all that makes life bearable in certain- contingencies, and that Is work. Work! She, too, had work to do. She rose to her feet doggedly as she thought ot that and considered what she could do. Her eyes fell upon the ashes of the signal fire. She contem plated It as the specter of some Hindu woman whose body had been burned upon such an affair might look upon her pyre. It was she who had lighted the beacon. Her hand had called the world to her side. She thought how he had begged her not to do so, how he had declared himself content and happy to live with her alone the world forgetting, by the world forgot! For the first time she broke down completely. She burled her face in her hands, her body reeled and shook with sobs, the tears trickled through her fingers. She must make another beacon, she thought And then It came to her that they had taken away the flint and steel.' She had no means of lighting it That realization developed other thoughts. Her Bible was gone; her clothes were gone; her toilet articles, her scissors, her watch, her knife. They had taken everything. They had left her nothing, absolutely nothing. What did It matter? She could dress herself with fern leaves and make shifts to bind them about her with cords that she could plait of the grass which should tear with her sweet strong hands. And what did it matter what she wore? There was no one there to see. But for the long habit of modesty, she would have torn away and thrown aside the make-shift- s that fell from her shoulders. We wish to call your attention lo the fact that most infectious diseases such et as whooping cough, diphtheria and scar-Jfever are contracted when the child has a cold, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly euro a cold and greatly lessen the danger of contracting1 these diseases. This remedy is famous for its cures of colds. It contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given to a child with implicit confidence. Sold by all dealers. B. Walker Taady Eak Jesse Cobp SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on his rounds of what would be t jp most highly valued gift for his favorites. We Wuu d t a home or building lot for your family, wa. i wolild certainly bring joy for the Christmastide. us and we will help 3ou buy the choicest or. f av terms; when you want to make a Christmas gift t'ut, will be hailed with delight. suo-pjes- Con-sui- t Stenographer. Miss Estella DIcknell offers her services as stenographer and typewriter to all who may need work in that line, 21-Office with Judge ShacUolford. ti PUBLIC SALE. Having decided to go West, I will offer at public sale on the premises, seven miles from Richmond, on tho JaEk's Creek pike, known as the John Biggerstaff place, on Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Local and Lon Distance Telephone 83 Gibson Main Sng Richmond, Ky Thursday, December 2 19llrat 10 o'clock a. m., a 1 , Farm of -- Fifty Acres more or less, all in grass. Good fencing and never-failin- g water. At the same time and place I will sell tho following stock and fanning Implements and household goods: One brown harness mare, 7 years .old; one combined bay mare, 1 years Old; one weanling colt, one Shorthorn cow, good milker; one cow and calf, one Jersey cow, fresh this month; two steercalves, six shoats, sow and pigs, one wagon, two culti vators, two double-shovplows, one set wagon harness, one buckboard, one set buggy harness, lot of Sorghum in shock, some household and kitchen furniture. 25-W. W. Hahbis. 3t New Tailoring Shop J. B. Stouffer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits made, Oer to order rrade at home by experiened Tailors. J ,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter f ... t A.i J.. J rxisu large mie ui rcctuy nictuc r"1! -- auLimi -- .: L. & Ne Time Table No. 31. No. No. Hats, and Furnishing Goods at redueedf price No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. South Bound. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:05 a. m. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Departs 0:45 a. m. 1. Louisville to Beattyville Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Arrives 1 1:10 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Doparts 11:31 a. m. 27. Richmond to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. 3. Louisvillo to Beattyville Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stanford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 7:25 p. m. North Bound 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:10 a. m. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. 2. Beatty villo to Louisville Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Departs 7:20 a- - m 23. Louisville to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Arrives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive Mid-nigh- t. J. B. STOUFFER! 222 West Man Street. NO SMOKE NO SOOT NO DIRT EVERYTHING ONSUMED At the end of a season use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF S TOVE PERFECTION air-tig- ht 3:00 p. m. Beattyville to Louisvillo Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4:54 p. m. No's 31," 37, 33, 27, 34, 28, 33. 32 ar Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e daily Except Sunday, No. 4. The only jointless leg bottom and base with f'.l radiation and large ash pan that is on the market cr Lzs evei been made in the historj of the stove industry. j .! ml i xne juinbiess teg iuonom auu tcase manes tne st. Te below the grate, which is the only true -- 1 a. 1 Crc-keepi- principle. a fire keeper twenty years hcrrc as it is today. The Hot Blast Florence will heat tw,. e the space that can be heated by any other stove c: f the cost. earth at The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever one-hal- It will be as good been made. All f rvo f ii rrc turer, dealer or user can copy or use1 same for 17 years from date of patent without incurring liability for a: action for damages. If is Looking Through. Our list of nainb: Vflll will bo nmnva at the many varities for special uses. The No. 21 will heat 1 i rk nnf Anf a1 - v HA. A ing to directions 3-- 4 the Florence is operated accord- small room all winter with two tons of steak or There Are Paints For Every Purpose. From the usful watnr natnts fnr pn walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varnishes and polishes for the furni turn nr niano. Tell us whnt we'll supply tho paint product with Tho No. 49 er No. 24 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal. Tho No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons "of slack or lump coal. The No. 53 or No. 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter With 4 tons ot slack or lump The No. 55 will heat a large'store or school room with C tons of slack 5r lump coal For a church, less coal will be required. "Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner of the same size and heat twice the space. FOR SALE BY B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paint's Phone 449 203 East Ms In RICHMOND. KY DOUGLAS, 5IMMONS & DEATHERAGE The 2nd Street Hardware Store iui Do Your Shopping Early and Buy Useful Presents Best Gift for Men Gentleman Friends brother, father, son, cousin or uncle, each one of them would not refuse an extra nice umbrella for spocial occasions. In our store you'll find a large selection of reliable mer cerized. and silk umbrellas, with plain or fancy handles; There's surely one here to please every taste and purse. If you want to make brother, father, sweetheart, son or frieud happy and proud of his present and see him dressed to suit you, one of our handsome woolens and Fine Dress Gloves Christmas and the so. cial season suggest dress gloves as an appropriate gift for any gentleman. Good tas'.e is expressed in such a, handsome and. valuabie gift. All the desirabb shades of smooth ar.J undressed gloves, Si.k lined or unlined, are tor be found in our glove department. Prices from ranger a se-le- ct Have us take his3 measure for clothes tailored to corraMHTI pa.r it m order by 50c to $2.00 . Ed. V. Price & Co, ChicagoIll. - Three-Butto- n Doable-Breaste- d Sacfc, No. 749 This is the sure way to secure clothes that are right.' The style and fit are guaranteed absolutely correct and the workmanship unsurpassed, but the price is m,uch less M have to than ' to pay for ordinary tailoring. Ju . Reserve Your Pattern Today ' See our line today. ulfc cases lises. as we sell will last-for ' For Friends G0inC TraVlinP'- P the giver will long be remembered. aa trunkof reliable quality such Chrislmas in vearsito come, mrl J1 sussests a numb of useM articles for Christmas giving. There is something de. sirable here for nearly every pnee that you would ant to pay. Silk initial and linen handkerchiefs? Bo fine Sox. Garters and arm bands. Collars and cuffs. Collar aad cuff buttons. Stick pins. Panov hosiery Fancy suspenders and every article of men's furnishings. - Acceptable Furnishings for Men . ;eah Uets E. 11 c V, VVtiert at one time You , AH something each year that will make your :ime more comfortable. Jt Is difficult for most , us to buy large .quantifies of house furnishings V u will be surprised, though, how rapidly your aome boeomas attractive with "new thitigs, if you fallow this plan of adding something new every spring. Try It A Suit and Overcoat (Jan Be Bought To Best Advantage Now Now is the busy season in this clothing store; every man wants his new outfit before Christmas; suits and overcoats are moving rapidly, and every dayrs delay makes it harder to find just what you want. Therefore, we cannot, too strongly urge the importance of making your selection before the final holiday rush, Your Xmas What To Buy For A Man's Christmas Gift their fancy. help you solve this vexatious problem; for we have spent most of our lives learning what men like what best appeals to We can Drop in before the holiday rush, and examine at your leisure our unusual showing of appropriate gifts for men and boys. We mention a few of them below: Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Fine Neckwear No man ever had as many ties, as he wanted, and nothing makes a more suitable holiday gift. Splendid line of the newest styles just in from New York, some in beautiful Christmas boxes Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. Hosiery No man ever had too many pairs. We have them in fine dbtton, lisle or silk; some in beautiful Christmas boxes, and some with tie or handkerchief to match. Unusual values at ' Prices 25, 50, 75 and $ 1 25 and 50 cents Mufflers Splendid variety of beautiful colors, silk, wool and fine mercerized cotton, both knitted and woven patterns "nothing more suitable for man or boj--, at BENNPTT and HiGGINS UN . Suit Cases You couldn't please him better. We show the kind that last a lifetime a long time to remember the giver Kenton Suits I I D ER w. AKING f I tuki ' . oath tfcat hr t teBint F. J Ckrmer It j at Titn. Cvaatr ud ! tlipt nM ttm wlH DOUGHS for r 1'iUnt Mat ihm( W f HaU'a nitanb FRAXK J. CHENEY. ( f Tfli4. - Um Cmtr. r. tr LOCAL AND & OTHERWISE, Ilradlras llrmi l'rrparrd for the Ilnrrlrd Header. The Kenton label is your safeguard in suit buying. It stands for honest' fabrics and superior workmanship. You may trust it as you would "5tudebaker" on a wagon, or "Oliver" on a plow. Our stock of Kenton Suits is completea great range of the newest shades of browns, tans, grays and blues, in sizes and special models to fit every man and don't torget that a Kenton 5uit fits as no other does. 25, 50, 75, .00, 1 1 .50, 2.00, 2.50 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 750, 8, 0.00 1 Gloves Few gifts are more popular than gloves, and we show the greatest variety to select from. Gloves for all kinds of wear evening dress, day dress, driving and autoino-bilin- g fine kid and cape and reindeer leathers, fur lined, silk lined or unlined, at ' Umbrellas Suitable gifts for any man, and here is the best place to find the styles men like; extra quality at. reasonable prices KENTON SUITS $1.00 to $5.00 A. B.. 1SS6. A. rVT - 5K. PaMle. $15.00, 16,50, 17,00, 18.00, 20.00, 2Z50, and $25 Other Suits $10.00 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, comfortable, durable, and not high priced t Brat far & awl u. II lull TaictW. Mt, o. ' 'tif'fisu, He. j l:Er C.. -- uiUy Mfc far aaBsttpaUen. Pigg's Pure Apple Vinegar at Allman &Pigg's. All the latest "books at Perry's drug 12-- lf 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. Good taste approves handkei chiefs as holiday gifts, and we show the best styles in cotton, linen or silk, with initials or without, at store. $250 to $4.00 Suspenders, Canes, Pajamas, Cuff Buttons, Collars, 5hirts, Raincoats, Hats all make desirable gifts come-while Be sore and see our line of Christmas stationery in fanoy boxes. Foresee heater, Ne. 80, geed as new. Pekrt'8 Dbbg Stoub. bargain. Call at this efltee. 27tf Dan Breok, fire,' lightning, cyclone For Rent and live stock insurance. tf A "J business heme em First street Santa 2aus headquarters at Win. mp Apply to A. Debrow I Ledford's. Everything for the grown 2C-tfolks as well as the children. For 5ale. 5, 10, . f. best are here. 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 15,25,50,75, Bath Robes 1.00 Very appropriate for father, husband, son or brother useful and beautiful at r Lost Watch. - "ice silver watoh; Elgte bcral reward. Come mevc- - Ky. for to Owen McKcc, Richmond Jons A. Todd. Duroc Boars For 5ale. for an appropriation of 8225,000. 1 l;vc for sale nine pure bred Duroc dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. tf A report is current that tlio State Fair tnanagers,-wil- l ask the Legislature 4.00, 5.00, 6.00, Let us say again : Come before the rush assortments are the best come while we can give yon our best attention but come when you will, we'll do our best for you Silk Socks and Tie to match in fancy D. A. McGobd. Xmas box, 50 cents to $1.50. Commissioner of Agriculture J. "V. V.zzzzs furnished or unfurnished. Newman announces that immediately to Mrs. Lizzie Henderson, West after taking office he will revoke the 27-tcall for the Farmers Institute in January, f. Rooms For Rent Rick & Auxold. Covington and Banks '" CHANGE A Christmas present to this paper W. W. Broaddus & Co. have all sizes OF NAME. will be to tell the merchants when you sewer -pipe. A fc- -r cylinder, 18 horae power, five purchase your Christmas gifts that you End Mills" to server, air cooled FraBkHn aotesio-i- n cad his advertisement in TnE Climax. Don't miss seeing the Great Selig, From "East good running oowditfofl, tires Milling Co." at "Madison Master Piece, Damoni and Pythias .1 A close calculation shows that 30,- - Opera House, Thursday night. Hri I it 1. For a Christmas gift, what 27 Ot 000,000 apple eaters in this country have Box 625, Winchester, Ky. Thn East End Flour Mill, sold some would be more suitable for an Have you arranged for who shall got time ago to Messrs. T. S. Hagan, W. W. 30,000,000 barrels of apples to eat this WEDNESDAY NIGHT absent friend than a year's For 5ale. year, and every man is expected to do the benefit of your bounty in the matter Burnsido and B. F. Robinson, possession subscription to Tfee Richof Christmas gifts! Remember the to be given January 1st, is now in pro w Oliver Typewriter, good ooadltion, a his duty. mond Climax? It lasts a poor especially the little children of The bridegroom who had his wedding the poor to whom Christmas often cess of transfer. The new firm is now whole year. What would bo 350 Woodland Ave. trousers filched on his way to the nup It weighing up some 8,000 or 10,000 bushels more appropriate for a lady g means nothing more than of wheat which Messrs. Sanders & O tials can console himself with the and bitter disappointment. than a packago of engraved Lost A Convenient Burglar Divided Interests Schooler have left from their purchase and thought that the wife is now prevented calling cards. We have the New buggy robe, Saturday night, befrom local farmers last summer and fall. Births. latest styles. mun tnr himo and IWt Rat ill Wnn'L from wearing them. When ths is completed an inventory of . I. , FRIDAY NIGHT r low .LiiaL i. evening to Mr. and Mrs. the property and stock will be taken and meeting of a Cynthiana n ie At a recent Born Friday iohhu ii wwse dtiiht ii Climax Printing Co. Club, it is said, one of tho women Edward Birdwell a fine daughter. The Lord will bless you. final transfer made. The mill is being wanted to make a motion, but couldn't Db. C. H. Yacght. Mrs. Maggie Shearer's Sale. looked over and thoroughly cleaned and because her dress was too tight The greatest Mjnd Reading Act playing Vaudeville will be in first class condition when the Holiday Fares. Owinc to heavy rain and consequent new firm begins business tho first of the Democrat. 2- High Priced Chickens. advertised by Mrs. high water, the sale Lew round trip rates via Queen & year. Tne lirtn name nas oceii cnangea Growers who were anxious for a sea The Winchester News saysi "Thurs rcsient route. Excursion tiokets win son of wot weather in order to get their Maggie Shearer to have taken place on from East End Mills to Madison Milling day Mr. J. Coleman Ncff, the prominent H s zz'A December 20. 21. 22, 28, 24, 2. Thursday, December 14, two miles Company. This office has issued for tobacco stripped had their hopes realiz north of Bed House, was postponed, it them a handsome lot of office stationery. poultry man from Richmond. Ky., sold sihi Jtnnsrr i. iuiz. riHm i. The Batile of Traflaggar Forgotten and ed last Tuesdav when a steady rain to Mr. Chas A. Hess, of Louisville.Ky., n".i to return January S. 1912. Ask wilktake place "Friday, December 22, at The Madison Milling Company will do a a pair of White Rocks for $50 cash, and began and continued almost uninterrupt 10 o'clock a. m. y;r t.cket agent for particulars. strictly wholesale business. Mr. Itobin-so- n Mr. Hess considers his birds a bargain. ed until Friday evening. t will travel for the firm, while Messrs. Mr. J. Coleman Neff is ono of the foreSubscription Due? Hair What about a nice pair of high top Is Your Rest for the Merchant. Hagan and Burnside will havo charge of most poultry breeders in the state and a Mr. Chenault and Friend Kill If she What business cares are pressing tan shoes for your daughter! Bear. the local management. Those gentle gentleman of high rank, being presiThe following notico has been circuhasn't them sho wants them. There And your nerves show signs of wreck, That's Why a Thankful men already have a large business ac- dent of the Madison County Poultry AsThe following sensational notice in lated and signed by merchants whose tan shoes will No sweeter tonic is there, than will never be a ttmo.that quaintance in Madison and adjoining sociation. Mr. Neff was winner Thurs- which one of our Madison county boys names are Certainly appended. Woman Recommends be more popular now is tho time to Enclosed find check." we bespeak your subscription to tho Climax is counties, and being hustlers day of several large silver cups offered figured, appeared in Sunday's Enquirer, all fair minded people will concede that new things. If wear thorn. We have the Parisian Sage. for them a largo and prosperous business. by some of the foremost business men sent out from Lexington by that paper's this is not unreasonable. The merchant past due, come and pay it. Rice & Aksolu. The and his clerks who aro on duty from 7 Drue Store will sell yea a fifty Pern s Santa Claus made his headquarters of Winchester. Mr. Neff has one of the correspondent at that place. G Kentucky was given September Banks Will Be Open. c i', Dott'.e ol FAHibiAXS &avjc ana this year- - at Ledford's store and .you largest poultry plants in 'Kentucky. It Climax called Mr. Chenault over the or 8 o'clock in the morning until annual State date to banish dandruff, stop t- Lairitand itching scalp, or money as the Stateannual for lis of the Ameri Monday, January 1, 1012, will be a should see his stock before buying your was the writer's pleasure to visit his telephone Monday morning and he o'clock In the evening are entitled to session Fair at the holiday. No business in court ouched for the accuracy of the state their evenings for rost and social enjoyplant not long ago." tvL It is a delightful hair dressing- can Association of Fair and Exposition legal be transacted on that day, but, it Christmas supplies. will ment, and stated that in order to verify ment". Bear this in mind and do your t r. rrtikea hair lustrous" and fascinatThis officials at Chicago last week. Presbyterian Church Notes. the report, which has been questioned shopping before G o'clock in the eveCable Visits Madison. beini: regular county court dayj many " Zz the SDrinc I was recovering from date is a week earlier than last year. neode will be in town, and for their Geo. W. Cable, tho novelist and pub Rev. James W. Rayne, of Berea col by some of his friends, he would bring ning. On Saturday nights tho stores a tcrcre case of erysipelas, wnton leu will be open licist, formerly of New Orleans, now of lege, supplied the pulpit of the First to The Climax office a Christmas steak will bo open later, probably until 9 or 10 my v.rt-ai- lv has more mules than any accommedation the banks 3 Oklahoma bald on the front of Northampton, visited Madison county Presbyterian church the last two Sab- for every member pf the force. The o'clock. 1 my "J c- -a next torapidlyears. The hair State in the Union except Missouri. It for business as usual. and gave two addresses at Berea College baths. The preaching was of high Enquirer says: nothing I soncE to the run Lie. and , k:rl ccaimir out Pennsylvania, New Attention Sir Knights. :c J E'rpped my getting entirely bald. has more than Ohio, We, the undersigned, do hereby agree last Monday and Tuesday. . local turf Will Woodard.well-know- n order and greatly enjoyed by all who I used two bottles of PARISIAN Xork and Illinois combined, and more We have tho largest from Estill that on and after January 1, 1012, we Richmond Commandery No. 19 will man, upon his return y hair iC"--E, This tome made myme a start horses than Kentucky has ' horses and hold their annual Christmas observance and haviland china inline of cut glassd heard him. town. county, where he had been hunting for will close our places of business good cattle combined. . t in and in fact grew On next Sabbath morning Dr. Scanlon salad bowls, odd plates, etc., an r acunt ot hair, and it has entirely week, displayed the pelt of a black promptly at G o'clock instead ot 7 as on Christmas Day a'. 11 o'clock in tneir ideal Xmas cut. will resume his pulpit ministrations, says: "He who makes A.rinm s my hair falling out. Ad exchange All Sir KniKhtf and their fc MCbJSXETfv bear which he declared he had killed heretofore. We agree that we will SEWELL but will not preach at nigh until the It with nleasuro that I rive a nublic two blades of crass crow where only one With Joptha neither sell, exchange or in any way acwith brass knuckles. families aro requested to attend without rr rncendto PARISIAN SAGE, which first Sabbath of the New Year. an agricul- further notice. Sir Knight are requestCard pf Thanks. Gil- - grew before is somewhat of Chenault of Madison county, I went to commodate a customer after that hour :wis a wonder." Mrs. Ella The offering received next Sabba',h c turist, but still he looks like 30 cents to ed to be in full dress. The public and We desiro to express our deep appre W Pitt St.. Bedford. Pa. Witt Springs as the guest of Gip Witt and that door shades shall be drawn thirty-on- e will bo for the widows and orphans of for week's run after the foxes," said and all appearance of business stopped, oil John, D. who has made Sir Knights are cordially in ciation to our friends, neighbors ana a. all visitine Ccsc and see us before purchasing companies out of one. Committee. physicians for the attention and sympa- deceased minis tors and missionaries in Woodard. In the wild country along this applying to each night In the week vited to attend. . . . I l the Fredricksburg (Va.) Home and j r v urmmas presents, tt e uare iuc thy shown us during our recent be the Kentucky River in Estill county, with the exception of Saturday niglit. wishes to May Lose His Eye. W. D. Oldoau & Co. ;"is that will please you as well as the The Climax the fact thatImpress upon reavement, when death claimed our two School. the hounds hit a strange trail. Arter you want if wto will bo the reoiplent of the Its customers Tho French Mission circle was much crossing and recrossing Drowning Creek Covisotos & Basks. Dickerson, who bad an eye In children. Wo shall always cherish in Luther engraved work for Christmas, you must Wikes & WnnnxoTOX. 'i J. E. Sextox. jured at the recent meeting oi tne our memorv the fondest recollections of gratified at the liberal patronage pf several times the dogs brought a black end in vour orders at once. The en Rice & Arsold. Hunters Association at those who administered in any way to their Bazar on baturday last at Hotel bear to bay, and he was giving them a graving houses are very busy at this National Fox J. B. Stouffer. battle when we came up.-- Unprepared Crab Orchard, by a flying stone kicked tho alleviation of our sorrows, which Qlyndon nnn fltiH sit order must await Its one of the horses in the chase, it is would have been most unbearable but E. V. Eldbr. such a hunt, we had no guns or by Now is the time to do your Xmas for turn: J. S. Stan iter. knives. We threw stones at the bear believed, will lose tho injured memben for the kindness ot those who came to shopping como selections bet White & Gibson. to think of a pair of In looking around for something to Mr. Dickerson went to Cincinnati to our relief in this fad hour of distress. tor and you can be better served in until I happened Owejt McKee. Dr. evenings, don't have a specialist treat the eye. but little , Mb. and Mks. James Axdeksox, every way than later. We have many brass knuckles I had in my coat pocket. read thes long winter Hamtltox Bros. your home paper. We havo club- Improvement has been iioted and no Urging the dogs to greater tantalization RHEUMATIC REMEDY forget ar icles at the usofuj articles suitable for Xmas that all the daily papers and encouragement given by physicians of RacKet storo you can't think or until of the bear, I waited until he began to Before buying your Xmas gifts, you For 15 ytart a Standard Rftatdr for bing rates with can bo used all this year round. 2C-show fatigue and then rushed upon him. want to see our line ot cut glass, hand- vou see them. til forms of Rheumatism, lombago, magazines, and can supply you with saving It Jessamine Journal. Rics & Abnold. struck him several rapid blows, upon painted and haviland china. rout, ton mtuclet, ttifi or twollen any of the periodicals published at re Will Rest Next Week. J1CKINNET. SEWELL Found Dead. foicti. It quickly rtlieret the tevere duced rates, the head, quickly stunning him. Anpaint; rtducct the frrer, and eliminate to give our working force a In order d blow with other deliberate, Harry T. Traynor, aged 45 years, Wins Damage 5uit. Our Barcain unler is still in full tit potion froai the system. 50 ceau Tub Climax will few davs holiday. the knuckles and I had brained him. a box at drucgltt. Men's and children shoes fnrmerlv of NicholasvlDe, was found Must Ladies. Attorneys W. B. and Murray Smith appear on next Wednesday morning. I am going to Ho weighed 237 pounds. in Sjattle, Wash not Write far a FrM Mat Bmx at 3 the original price and in many dead near his home found in a hole near To get out Climax next week our entire have a rug made of that p?lt, and will were in Lancaster, Friday and SaturDr. Whitehall Msrlmln Co. cases even less. Rice fc Arnold. last week. He was necessarily havo to work on 168 . Lafayette St. outh m, IbA. have a Christmas feast on somo of his day, where they obtained a judgment in the seacoast, and it is believed he was force wouldDay, Only last week were we called upon meat." the Circuit Court for 85,500 with inter and as we have observ slay Christmas murdered and placed there by his est from March 13 in favor ot R. D. holiday only once in sixteen to chronicle tho sad death of Pearl, the er, Mr. Traynor leaves a, wife, who was ed this a party have Campbell against the United Slates Acthirteen-year-ol- d daughter of Mr. and If you are going to havecream brothers years, we feel confident o"ur readers and your brick in that aeattle woman, and several won ins our Ricci make u cident Insurance Company of New York, delicious manner. He was natrons will cheerfully forego the plea- Mrs. James Anderson, thejsecond . and sisters in Nicbolasvillo. Mr. Campbell got a cinder in bis left visit write of family of sure of The Cmmax on this oocasion, in painful task to closely related to the Traynor IC Marshall Commits eye whilo riding on an L. & N. train tho makers of the paper, of the Grim Reaper to the same home. Rev. order that this city. from which ho lost the sight of the ere. Suicide from devil to editors, may have this this time claiming their bright young We have a Let us help you in your Xmas Selections. He sued for 95,500, Tho insurance com' labor. We desiro to ex son, Louis Bertram, aged eleven years, little rest from Normal Notes. The following special telegram from press to our friends and patrons our The circumstances connected with the Paducah appeared in the daily papers. pany made a bard tight in resisting wide variety in carefully chosen goods in Prof. Robert Clark, f the chair of heartiest appreciation for tho favors and illness and death of these two young payment, but the jury, after a short dePsychology in the Stale Normal at hiini accorded The Climax during people is fresh in the minds ot all and of last Friday. Rev. Marshall is a son liberation, reported a verdict for the pastor '"W " Dillion, Mont., paid State .Normal ncre tho year Wll.and to wish for all a merry indeed the awful bcreavemrnt ot tno of Uev. C. K. Marshall, formerly amount asked. ot the Christian church of this city, and a visit Thursday. Prolesso Olaric is Christmas parents has touched tho hearts of tho a brother of Mrs. J. S. Collins: Wines JcWhlttington have everything on leave for a tour of inspection and in entiro community. The taking of one "The Rev. Chas. K. Marshall, former in the jewelry line for Christmas. It Mr. Wallace vestieation into the mtithods of, other one from a home is well nigh un loved you fail to tLem before ly pastor of the Christian church at Ful your selectionsee presents it willmaking crlinnls. and Eastern is wio of tho be the for bearable. What must be Ihe anguish Postmaster. ton, committed suicide in a hotel at mistaice ot your mo." schools, on ois list! twenty-thre- e two A telegram Monday afternoon convoy of tho parent's heart in giving- up Metropolis, IIL, by driaking two ounces of in so brief a space. Indeed our pen fal Classes were lield on Monday in order ed'the news of the Mr. Luxon Wins-5uit- . chloroform. He left a note asking. Appropriate things for Men, Women and places remote utr. O. C. Wallace as nostmaster oi tors when wo would attempt to expreea of that students living in that hi relatives, at Bowling 6rea be Mr, vy . E. Luxon, of this city, was Children. Early shopping means the pick from here might leave? on Friday and Richmond for the next four years. Hr, what our heart feels. The little fellow, notified of fela dttfc, and that his body awarded a judgment in the Clark Cir day, sister in the reach home before Christmas ol the stock. You Are Invited Wallace has served as postmaster of this who so soon joined his to Bwllaf Green for burial cuit Court at Winchester last week PrI4ay at boob city for twelve eonsecutlve years and I bright and nappy land, was a bright be taken School will bi HeleavMawifa and child in Faltoa agaiaet the Louisville Tobwo Ware- Tuday, the news of his retention In this cpa- - boy and the eldest of three sons. Si Marshall had and. woric "will b in Metropolis for home company in the amount of January 3, it citv will be gratifying to bis hoot ot death come as a severe shock as be wm vnl days aad Meated depre id. 1,3.25. Mr. Lux en was awarded of j ust Mi frieodt hereaad elewker. ..Duriu Jfe eooMdered much iwproved and out jadgmeat for the failure oa the part e" at Sm th display of CfcritmM goodc Hte funeral was eoodttet-tof iiU ieumbncy Mr. W$U ilanfr ht him m other fcildftw Why notDmni Sif a ot th Bif Watch Wore mkiog JW f- - warehouse hom eeapaay tb residence at 4:30 o'clock Friday "Saata" bring thm7 We hve crop f tafcftcoo, whioh H (Laxoa) so Efrrtttiaff fw efeiMrw 1 ftwDooa, followed by sAciai mod fa amMiicti ih owMB 5 Main of t tfee la t Rta&mond cemetery. man Mr wtinly ptoMiaf toaB. ' Bibs k For 5a!e. rHRKTMA; SUGGESTION. A Nights at 4 BiO 2 Big Vaudeville Acts Opera House THURSDAY NIGHT A AND SATURDAY MATINEE AT 3 P. M. 2 SeKg Masterpiece heart-longin- Two New Picttres 5 Damon and Pythias AND REGULAR VAUDEVILLE ACT Under Auspices Normal City Lodge. No. 162. ft Everyoae should m lM AND 1 SATURDAY MATINEE NIGHT Gyn-thia- na The Great Franciscos Jim Grayson, Comedian Two Good Photo Plays 0 ft Sadie Salome and Her Beau Three 5pedal Pictures and Regular Vaudeville making one of the best bills ever shown for 10 cents The Schaffer Sisters in act their new entitled Her Grew 9-- Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of the candidates for the nomination for County Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition ! I- to-da- -- Hand-painte- w rrJ 2G-2- t. It . "TT 1 c- -3 r RHEUMATISM Whltahall's y strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE BLST?j If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it J. J. GREENLEAF. Deaths well-aime- j ffXmas SHggesilen ii Goods Xmas Drug Store At Perry's Consisting of Fancy Boxes of Stationery Ladies' Shopping Bags and Card Cases GentlemenTs Pocket Wallets Combs and Brushes French Ivory and Ebony Pocket Knives Toilet Articles and Fine Perfumes Delicious Candies in Fancy Boxes All the Latest Books o Fiction Illustrated Books Kodak and Post Card Albums " Gillette Safety Razors Icy-Hot A Big Line f C Gold, Silver, Cut Glass and Novelties s 1 . Re-appoint- . - Bottles L. E. LANE Street if. dild rend Christmas Cards and a lot of other things Call and see what we have before buying. bn H. L. PERRY THS REXALL STORE 20 Richmond Sn d Aau. iotrMt UM'i a4 f rem West Main Phone mm t) ThisfLarge Comfortable Don't Opposite Glyndon Hotel What Does Good Plumbing Mean? BEAR IN MIND That our grocery one of the most complete be found anywhece, and our service unsurpassed. phone your order. Our stock of seeds the best the county. We guarantee them, us an order and you always be a tomer. Telephone 35 If You Don't Get A Diamond - Ring - Free your Christmas Stocking don't you won't have to be forever of a The aivixo struct; a trail leading to the An Alarm At NihL front door of the house of John 1). That strikes terror to the entire house. Rockefeller, and other trails ending at 1 hold is the loud, hoarse and metallic the doorsteps of other millionaire trust cough of croup. No mistaking it, and magnates, the Sleet lrUst investigating fortunate then the lucky parents who committee of the House of Representa keep Foley's Honey and Tai Compound tives has been commanded II. W. Casselman. Canton ou hand. by Wall street to bring its probe to a N. Y., says: "It is worth its weight in halt The Stanley committee is in posis the highest type of It is longer lasting--" gold. Our little children are troubled session of evidence sufllclent to convict more fire resisting with croup and hoarseness, and all we womanhood. obtaining rebates, or the Steel Trust of more water and weather proof give them is Foley's Honey and Tar preferential divisions of rates which than any other known rotJEne. Compound. I always have a bottle' of it amount to rebates, from the railroads in the house." amounting to millions of dollars. The Malthoid is made right evidence has not become publio for the in every detail If you are troubled with chronic con reason that the committee has not bad i stipation, the mild and gentle effect of mt and for that reason Chamberlain's Tablets make's them time to reach, in public hearings, this makes a most perfect especially suited to your caso. For sale feature of the trust's wrongdoings. roof covering. by all dealers. 'This investigation must be '"stopped," the highest type of is No matter under what is the command that went out of Wall curative food. For Sale. conditions it is used street several weeks ago. "Set up the what climate it is used in Finish The nourishing and Pure-breBeautiful plea that the investiga ion ought not Bourbon Red Turkeys: No the character of the ' vember delivery. proceed because Mr. YYickersbam has curative elements in You want the best when starting in the new home. Above building used on A. V, is o. I). Miller, Xmas Bargains already started a suit against the cor Scott's Emulsion are so Richmond, Ky. all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. Malthoid is the best roofine that poration." The Steel Trust attornoys perfectly combined that it is possible to make and we You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Ricci's ico croam is delicious. Every carried the ultimatum to the committee all (babies, children and one talks about it. Any flavor mado in Washington. But Chairman Stanley can prove it by Heater. Smokeless adults) are equally beneto order and delivered promptly. the record of the makers stands firm for a continuation of the in tf The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. fitted and built up. vestigation. The Paraffine Paint Co. "If," says Mr. Stanley, Old corn $4.25 per bbl. by the load. of San Francisco It is a sort of portable fireplace. "the Steel Corporation has not violated Scud your order to " and Chicago the law, then it will welcome this op Be sure to get SCOTT'S It is ready night and day. Just strike a match and light Arnold & Simmons. tf covering many years portunity to domonstrate its obedience k' the Standard and alwayt the wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minute. Make Now i to the law in advance, of a litigation of roofing experience. Wait Until the best. A healthy man Is a klnir in his own The Perfection Oil Heater does not smell nor smoke a patent i which will take years to determino, and right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy ALL DRUGGISTS Todd-EdwaCo. automatic device prevents that It can be carried easuy from rccato slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up has violated the law it will use all rds if it sound health keeps you well. room and is equally suitable for any room in the house. Haadsccely its power and all its immense wealth to cnaad finished, with nickel trimmings; drums of either turquoise-blu- e i silenco a committee which can neither Richmond, Ky Automobiles Painted. or plain steeL be cajoled, deceived nor corruptod." i"GKT together and stay together.'' FV;- At my shop on Third St. I am preAil row df iter to lUiw t SmUtniOUHcaicr.orme This is the advice Speaker Champ pared to paint and trim Automobiles, c:w circular direct lo any aseacr ol Desiockatic leaders in the Houso of Clark said he would give to tho Demo- Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all Representatives are planning to give crats of every oommunity in the land if kinds. I have a painter of long ex Oil Company Standard(.Incorporated a great deal of attention during this ses- he had the opportunity. He added thai perience and who understands his sion of Congress to tho appropriation it was .the only Oldham Building It is by demonstrating their be necessary instructions that it would business, Trices as low as consistent bills. for tho rank and file of the with first class work. Give mo a trial. ability to spend Uncle Sam's money Democracy to follow to insure a great uorso shoeing, Blacksmithing and wisely that tho Democrats hope national victory in 1012. "Of course," repairing in all branches. establish their claim for greater recogni said Mr. Clark, "I am taking GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N it for 12-James A Moorcs lion in 1912, and if there is ono thing granted that the'tariff is to bo a the chief upon which there is no division Lawyers Ihos. A. Shollon, agent for Hurst issue. No donbt the enemy would like opinion among the House majority lead to sidetrack that issue, but wo Turns Cattlt, Horses, Hogs Is Practically Indestructihla Office in Douglas & Simmons' new must not Home Insurance Co. "Write me or phone ers, it is the determination to make the permit it for an 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Building on Second Street Mr. Clark had instant," coming suasion memorable for its busi just arrived opp. Court House at tho Capitol City prepara -I I 1 I Harsh I I I I I ness-lik- e administration of tho vast tory to opening the first regular session .bowels, physics react, weaken the It means that all work which must be causo Chronic constinatlnn. governmnnt maohinery. That the Re of the d Congress, and dis Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the covered up Is so well constructed that repairs and publican cabinet mombers realize that cussed tho political situation optimis siomacn, cure constipation. 23o. Ask consequent damage and annoyance will never be there will be no chance for unmerited tically and at considerable longth your druggist for them. necessary. expenditures is indicated by tho fact "Looking , AttobnbYat-L- a back at tho recent elections, Plenty Oats and kinds that greatest care, is being given to th said Mr. Clark, "they demonstrated two seeds atof attractive allprices, of field And the plumbing in view must be just as bee us Kentucky. Richmond, preparation of estimates. Tho Interior things; one, that the peoplo endorse our before buying, safely constructed as the hidden parts and be Arnold & Simmons. Department will ask for a million and fflco over htate iJanfc & Trust Co., op- tf tariff record without doubt; two, that attractive as well. half less than was called lor last year wnerevcr we are united, we can win. Accidents will happen, but the best- - oeite Court House, on Main Street. The Navy Department, it is announced After the Domocrats in Congress have reguiated families keop Dr. Thomas To be certain of obtaining these qualities ftioctic Oil will ask for two millions less, and similar gotten together It and mado such a splen subdues tho for suoh emergencies. in your plumbing work let us give you a pain and heals tho hurts. savings will be of eotod in other depart did record for solidarity it would bo written estimate with full details, specifyBuy your new fence for vears to come. Get the big. hoa-- , , merits. This reduction is in the estim shame and a calamity to lose For Rent in 191 hinge joint, the good galvanir'ng, the exactly proportioned q . ing 'Standard" guaranteed fixtures, ates alone, and by the tlmo tho Appro by reason of petty, factional fights of Dwelling on the Summit; also, three that is not too bard nor ton soft. priations Committee gots through with local nature. which will insure a permanent and r We can show von this fence in otir stock ami rxr;a:n i' "I bolievo as firmly nice rooms over store on Second street. its prunmng work the probabilities are mat must uio someday that we can superiority, not only in the roll but ia the neid. Co.dc satisfactory job. ..e "$vnir4r "Occident" Bath l 21-- tf Apply to C. T. Fox. our prices. that the saving will be still further win in 1912, but to do so there must bo When you have bilious attack give creased, while tho efficiency of the no factional fighting anywhore among namoeriam's Tablets a trial. They The chances aro s'overnmcnt business will not bo de Democrats. Consequently, I hope that are excellent. rorsaieDyau dealers. The farmer brought him here. creased in tho slightest degree. The Democrats will forget their local difDan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone And those other little pigs Democrats, in short, are out to make ferences, and present a united front and live stock. tf That stayed at home record as business men. Now is the time for them to get together ... n . . . . . T No doubt will bo brought here, too, louwiunna mat druggists everyThat Morgan, Rockefeller and other and stay together. Tho moral of the where speak well of Chamberlain's . We are headquarters for " . . U.nA L. tfet'Q DUCU-C- U . IT., MrtV T -trust magnates consider themselves too bundle of sticks is as forcible today Caugh Remedy. They know from long "v- hnMAHt n WUWO 111 Lilt J iiU u.uwiiu i. , sacred' lobe prosecuted for violating the when Aesop first wrote it, "in unity experience in the sale of it that in cases ; i v. i law has been known for some timo. But there is strength," and in this case, vie oi coughs and colds it can always be depended upon, and that it is pleasant and that they considered themselves too tory. the D.TSfc fewvears. we riPsirft to nnnnnnfot.riatw wriT saie to iaKo. cor sale by all dealers. sacred to bo even investigated was not Maxih has invented a gunpowder Quality Groceries Await You known until the Stanley Investigating that explodes without noise. Wonder if Cured in His Own Home Here Committee was politely asked by the he would not invent a soft pedal for Town. steel trust at'orneys to please abandon people who eat soup out loud Eliza AH Wrong. Lexington, Ky. T. P. Knight, con its inquiry because of the Wickersham bethtown News. nected with the Central Fire Station, suit to dissolve the trust. Should this The Mistake is Made by Many request be gratified it would mean thai Andrew Carnegie declares "monov living at 235 E. Cth St. tolls the ways together with poultry applianses of evorj description. Richmond Citizens. the Wickersham suit is a God-sento is a bother." Wo aro from Missouri for his fellow townsmen to be cured of fore making a purchase of an Incubator or any of the a the trust, inasmuch as it sidetracks an The only bother with us is doing with kidney and.bladder ailments as he him self was cured. "For two or three years out it. honest and searching investigation of Don't mistake the cause of backache sories, call and get my prices. you are not familiar wi I had kidney trouble. I had a severe To be ourcd you must know the cause. monopoly that Attorney General Wicker The Supreme Court of Georgia has pain across my batk, and .the action of illegal. That If the pain comes irom sick Kiuneys, sham himself c'aims to be Incuhators, call and get literature and post yourself on thl tho trust fears a continuation of the in decided that a baseball player has no my kidneys seemed at times to sIod. I Telephone 39 lou must holp the kidneys. 5econd-s- t you vestigation by committee A resident of this vicinity shows heard of Foley Kidney Pills and got is simple way of hatching chickens a that is not right to shoot an umpire. somo and took them and in a few days how. St., Stan packed with special interest servers, John T. Barnett, Rowland tho action of my kidneys was freo and to New Hog Disease. ford, Ky., says: "I have used a great more than it does a "suit to dissolve' normal, the pain left ray back, and to kidney remedies within the conducted by an attorney general who Tho Henderson Herald reports that day I am cured of all my kidney trounumber of is Telelast three years and can say that Doan's was a former trust attorney, has been hundreds of hogs bavo died in that ble, and gladly recommend Foley Kid- Mattie O. Seal, Etc., . - Plaintiffs, ever Kidney Pills are the first that vs. county and hundreds of others are ney Pills to all who have kidney or bladfield t Thanks to brought me lasting reliof. My work as known for somo time. der trouble" Sold by Stockton & Son. Lizzie Hugiies, Etc., - Defendants. ' affected from a new diseaso which has i ires me to do heavy lifta camanter obi Democratic majority on the Stanley is Under and by virtue of a iudirmcnt in inc at times, also much stooping. This the investigation will pro so far baffled medical skill. Farmers and order of sale rendered at the OctoChickens! Chickens!! finally weakened my kidneys and caus and veterinary surgeons who have in ber term of the Madison Circuit Court Try with across me smaii 01 ceed. But wishing to be entirely fair Wo have a fowmoro Barred Plymouth in uio aoove styled case, ed attacks or nam the under so in to all concerned, (he committee hasdis vosngaiea say tney nave never seen These nains became mv back. will Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale signed, aiaster Commissioner of said custense that I was unable to work. I was continued public hearings until a full anything like it, and tho only solution Now court, will, on is tho timo to get your Pullots for feeling misorablo when I had the pood committeo can pass on the proposition offered is that feoding rotten and wormy : : : : : : fortune to learn of Doan s Kidney Pills It is already kDown that the committee corn has caused it. The loss to swine winter eggs. Our Pullets begin to lay Wednesday,, December 27, and they wero recommended so higl y breeders in Henderson county from tho at five months old. Wo have Thompthat I procured a supply. They gavo favors a continuation of the probe. 1911, on tho premises in Berea, Ky at son strain. new diseaso amounts to thousands of me almost instant relief and I am still 11 o'clock a. m.. sell to the h!rhpst A. D. and C. D. Miller, Toe retailers and not the trusts, nor dollars already, and new cases aro being taking them, feeling cortain that a comand best bidder at public auction, the 22 tf plete cure will result." Richmond. ' Kv luuowing tho tariff, are responsible for tho over reported almost daily. Hogs aro said to y uescrioeu tract or land: For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 cents. increasing cost of living in tho United Beginning at a stono on the smith siiln die almost instantly when they contract I'm awfully sorry it happened!" Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo. Now York, Sttoc6S5r to Tate & Sen of Prospect street in Berea, Ky., corner States. At least, if tho the diseise, not living long enough for apologized the abject young man, after solo agents for tho United States. io j. u. uaser, menco eastward Remember tho name Doan's and statements as to tho work of tho tariff remedy to bo tested. As overyono the stolen kiss. "Happened!" she ex tho south side of Prospect streetalong fL Main take no othor. board are to bolioved, this is tho kind of knows who has examined his corn, there claimed. "Happened! That is worse feet to land owned by Simpson 1110 Mc a report that Is to emanate from that is a very large percentage of rotten corn than the kissl It you mean to say to Guire, thence with lino of samo southFire, Life, Accident and Health Insur body. ' Up with the tariff rates! Down west S25 feet to a stone corner to Mc in the country this year. Storms blew me that you didn't havo it in mind when Guiro and in line to Jason Williams' ance. Tho very best old line Companie with the dry goods merchant and the Pe down much of the corn in the early fall you asked mo to stroll away back hero thence with his lino westward si f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Act. corner grocer!" will likely the protec and this rotted beforo gathering timo, in this quiet corner of the conservatory, feet to a point near center of nmnV fectly Fitted tionist cry from now hanceforward until Tho drouth also caused much corn to I shall be offended, aftor all." Judge. thence with line of P. B. Amhrn nn.i J. L. Baker 1010 feet to the beginning. November 1912. Tho tariff board, com only partly mature and this is very A series of revival services were boing uuuuwmuK nvemy-iw- o acres, more or c posed of protectionists and Nuxol faulty. There was also much late corn Victor Sui less. tionists, started out with tho obvious on account of farmers failing to got out held recently in a Missouri city, and tract of land has been subdi said placards giving notice of the services vided inro twenty-thre- e determination of finding the tariff not a full caop of tobacco, and this was in splendid buildMade to "special order' onj guilty, andthoy intend to return such a fected with worms. So it is easily to were posted in conspicuous places. One ing lots with streets fronting them and saiu tots wni bo sold in single and coin verdict, even though the political see that u this diseaso is caused by day the following notice was posted: oinattons or to suit purchasers; lots "Hell, Its Location and Absolute Cer heavens fall. Stvle.J fit IlTlfl mntorml min faulty corn, it will not bo diflL-ul-t for tainty. Thomos Jones, baratone solo tnen offered as a whole and tho bid or J Dias producing the most money will bo hogs all over tho country to become in anteed. Call and see sampli Legislation helpful to the cause of ist, will sing 'Tell Mother I'll Bo accepted. Said plat is on file in the and style books. Commissioner's office and can be snpn the workingman will be passed by the fected. Horses and other live stock are There.' " ai any timo and on the grounds tho day d Congress. The labor load also in danger, as they succumb much Men are April when they woo, Deo of the sale. ers have assurances that the Democratic moro easily to bad feed than hogs. So Terms far no hog diseaso has been reported in ember when they wed; maids are May credit of six aid land will bo sold on u Mrs. A. Moores majority in thu Houso will take up the or six and twol when thoy are maids, but tho sky time with In option of purchasers paying subjects of employers' liability, exten- Madison county. worry. It's cinch 220 Second Street changes when they are wives. KltflT vub pureuase money ai any timo beforo sion of the eight hour day in govern When in need ol illacksmithing in afraid losing it un me isinmus oi ranama mere are maturity. If sold on time the purment work, restriction of the power of any of its branches, Farming Imple chasers will be required to execute bond 780 bachelors and only 187 splnstors. payable to the injunction, strengthening of the safety ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Commissioner, with approved security, bearing C per cent inappliances law, and prohibition of the Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. Go south, young woman go south! old spirit terest from day of sale until paid with Taylor system in government Miller, Union City, Ky. f. t There is something about a wedding a lien retained on tno land to secure is work. W. B. "Wilson, of Pennslvania, gown prettier than any other in tho tho payment of tho purchase money to Champion Tramp of the chairman of the Labor Committee of ma tun lurce ana enect or a ludg. world. well gift is ment. H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. tho House, is Himself an active member World in Richmond Thore aro 798 species of roses known of tho miners' union, which is an assur folks things for "A No. 1," tho champion tramp of the and 1 IS of chrysanthemums. ance that labor problems will receive a wortd, who Is known by no other name somey left is prices, fair hearing boforo his committeo. Man's best possession is a sympathetic than this queer combination of letters for wife. uwiso to tne tact that nearly every and numerals, and who travols thouSpenfe timo the Interstate Commerce Commis- sands of miles each year to accomplish Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone his one mission in tho world, "to keep and live stock insurance. sion decides a caso favorable to the tf shippers, the Taft Commerce Court re the boya from becoming tramps," camo into Richmond last wock, riding the Fine R. I: Reds for Sale. verses the decision to tho benefit of the railroads, there is a movement among rods of a passenger train; spent a few liccauso dollar for dollar wo do Having decided to discontinue house Democratic and progressive Republican hours and left before midnight on' keeping during tho wlntor, I have for not beliovo there is anything else to Congressmen, to legislate the Commerce freight tram on a continuation of his sale at'a bargain several dozen Rhode on earth that brings the sai Court out of existence. Judge Thetus wandering life and his mission to the Island lied chickens. Address line Mufflers, W. Sims of Tennessee, already has a bill young boys of tho country. Geo. G. Corzellus, pleasure as a home. And again, A No. 1" is the most widely known prepared for the abolition of the court, in gift 25-Hotel Glyndon. : ii 1... t gentleman tramp In tho world, and "jr investing rigni ncro in your and ho will ask his Democratic col through his kindness.honesty and good home community you aro dealing Administrator's Notice. leagues in me Mouse to pass the mea ness he has earnedthe good will of prat sure. All persons having claims against the in values you understand and with tically every railway official in .the estato of Sidney Stocker will please pre people you know; hence tin risk Is tho year 1900 there were 9.350 mur United States, which has enabled him, sent them to mo, verified as required bv of loss is completely eliminated ders committed in these United States. since he first became a tramp in 1885, to law on or before January 1,1012 or same hat'you dont now about lum Three of these were committed in the travel on foot, rail and water a distance will be barred. In this delightful state of Maine, when according to the of 938,000 miles at a total expenditure ber we arelhere to tell you and Forsons indebted to the estate, will population of that stato there should of transportation of only $7.01. As is picas; call and settle boforo we may be able to holp yo'u avoid the above havebecn85to,havekoptup with the usual with him, upon entering a town, dateX TY. Moore, Jb. many of tho mistakes that are fre pace set by tho rest of the nation, Don't ho lea his peculiarly shaped mark 2MU in Nowbv. Kv. plaeod in prominent places in the city, quently mado in tho solcction of overlook the fact that Maine Is a pro "least, hibition state, which undoubtedly ac auovuug mai ne naupaia J.ncnmonT a lumber tmsultcd for different, pur counts for-thsmall number of murders visit, and under each mark he chalked poses, bome lumber is O. K. for " an arrow pointing north, tho direction -committed in that Commonwealth. world outside uses and not worth a cent (Successor to ttumn & Denny ho took in leaving hero. ;:. Tim cost of conducting the rural de for interior finish, and vice versa. To Raise Clean Timothy. livery system In the United States OTer State Bint & Trust Company Yo know just what Is best for TKLEPHONB Sat amounts' to S3?000,000 annually, and It Iu talking with a successful farmer. most purposes and have It in stock Remember that we guarantee estimated Shat by 1915 the annual oae who made a success In raising tim to show you. Drop In and let's cost lor. this servlco will reach your satisfaction. . You othy hay without whltetop and other talk It over 7 WW weeds in his hay, Tie gave the following "Whonthc Tnsnu is a Russian pJoverb; "If you very simple remedy, are going to war, pray once; if you ar timothy had grown to two feet in height "Tkrt's Telephone 367 Ptoxtfa KiMiiiftiN TyymrriUr CamjMMy going to sea pray twle;if y are going he turned his sheep on the meadow. Office in Oldham Gliding The sheep, he clalmsT will cat thn to get married, pray thrc limes." "The Store of The Christmas Spirit" . 1W 8. 4th Ave j-r- TWaisvHle. ry whitetop, every weed and other forehra Todd-Edwar- ds Tkult adversity is the fiml MtIysir MiiMfeMCtft, but will sot touch the tja-ok- HwryM Bkntoo, To Jjts through whKEi lriudskip Mtist mm H cktoM tlifcte th way he before Us trubu&lliy can U daUrnln- raieev th oUnet and bwt Urn- DENTIST s l Bmnatt Bnttaias. 3. othy oa this market. c Malthoid Rocker Scott's Emulsion hi mm Tur - Golden Oak d' In the New Home 02 One of our Only $2.50 Christmas l Selections . W. F. HIGGINS 11-- luk Richmond, Kentucky J.T. FERRIELX Perfection j Real Estate Aent Richmond, Ky tf Sfsndi Like a Sioni M Sixty-secon- j! Richmond's AMERICAN F sjf Quality -- Meat Market u Richmond Heating and Plumbing Comp any h INCUBATORS t- 1 1 Choice Pork d Broaddus. Sanitary Meat t. o. The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators and Brooders" If Commissioner's Sale, 25-3- D. B. SHACKELFORD & CCl Telephone 33 D. B. McKinney Corsem Coats semi-offici- al 5treet Suits and and Coats t-- Gossard Corsets near-prote- Sixty-secon- J. Get the good Christmas and make these four more shopping days good ones. Our stock up and a so easily selected where you have to help you. They suggest you and money saved on our so you have yourself t-- uu One Visible Model 10 ' Tudiciously Money is Remiegto Typewriter of taste, and accompany, we are showing a new and attractive of Gloves, Hats, 5hoes. Neckwear packed boxes free at your request Clothing for Ready-to-wea- r IVIen That Put Into Homes in use in your office, .... Ladies' you department we have had a season and we extend to our patrons our thanks "It's a good thing to have one day the year, at when you are :x welcome wherever you go and the, whole seems thrown open to ' V - o R. Emmett Million prove to you. the enduring leadership of the Remington. And every additional one simply, piles up the proof. will "absolutely DENTIST -- are ever welcome at Dr. Robt. C Busy Bo! : Bee : Cash Store to-w- , WishingXhristmas Joys Patrons y. rt-w- ti Lumber Co