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THE 38th YEAR "IS m am am m I w m I CLIMAX NUMBER 1 28 RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 1912 THERE A 5ANTA .CLAUS?' Of course not, but that's no proof that 'they wore not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unsoenable in the world. "You may tear apart he baby's rattle and seo what makes the noiso inside, but thero is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man nor even the united strength of all the strongest men that ever lived could tear apart. Only faith, poetry, love, can push asido that curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah, Virginia, in all this world thero is nothing else real and abiding. "No Santa Claus! Thank God! he lives, and he lives forever. A thousand years from now, Virginia, nay ten times ten thousand years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood." co Re-Distric- Farewell, 1911. Is For Best "Kanawha Salt" See The Kindest, Sweetest Answer Ever Given to . the Question. Every year, when Ihe spirit of Christ mas makes even the air tingle with its happenings and its joy of giving, there comes from some questioning little pair of lips the query; "Is there a Santa Claus!" A million times has it been asked, and in a million varied ways has it been answered. But perhaps the kindest, sweetest answer of all was given years ago in tho editorial columna of the New YorK Sun. The writer is dead, but the reply to Virginia will live as long as children ask the old, old question. Here it is: "We take pleasure in answering at once and thus prominently the com municatibn below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of the Sun. "Dear Editor; I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, "If you see it in the Sun it's so." Please tell me tho truth Is there a Santa Claus? L. R. Blanlon Telephone 85 White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Ron . Viuqinia O'Hanlos, 115 West Ninety-fiftstreet." "Virginia, your little friends are h We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Woolen and Silk Dress Goods L nens, Ginghams, all kinds of "Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a czA when wanting anything in our line as we fell that we can make Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Vay not come in and see what we have? c Thanking you for past favors', we will appreciate an early call :st you nothing and will be appreciated It : will : : : White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Sfreet, below First wrong. They have been affected by tho skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except they soe. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehended by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be men's or children's, are little. In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about himt as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole truth and knowledge. "Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. Ha exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to our life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be this world if there were no Santa Claus. It would bp as dreary as if there were no Virginias. faith then, There would be uo child-Jik- e no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. Wo should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished. "Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe fairies. Yon might get your papa to hire men to watch all the chimneys on Christmas eve to catch Santa Claus, but oven if they did not see Santa Claus, coming Sown, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is ro sign that thero is no Santa Claus, The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did J you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? After a week's rest from the monotonous cares and responsibilities of editing au;l managing a paper, we return to our duties wUh the New Year with refreshed nerves and renewed vigor, and our aim will be to givo to The Cliuax readers during tho ensuing year a better, nowsier paper than was issued during the year that has passed into history. With tho new equipment added to the mechanical department of Tiie Cliuax during 1011, we are in a better position than e ver beforo to properly and promptly execute orders for work of the highest class, from a visiting card to the most artistic book work. It would, indeed, bo a revelation to most of our citizens to visit TnE Cliuax and soo for themselves tho quality of printing that comes from our presses. These things have been made possible by our friends and patrons, and we are, indeed, grateful for Bill Tentatively the splendid patronage accorded us durDrafted. ing the year just closed and hope for Tho joint redisricting committee has a continuanco during ths new year. So made a tentative draft of the bill which wishing all our readers a joyous and will bo submitted to the Legislature. prosperous New Year that will bring all tho good things hoped for, we bid fareThe Congressional changes follow: Christian, taken from the second and well to 1911. put into the first district; Ohio, taken Local Option Compromise. from tho fourth and put into the second; A press dispatch from Frankfort says: Butler, taken from the third and put in- "A compromise county unit local option to the fourth, Adair, taken from the measure will bo offered to the" Legislaeleventh and put into the fourth; Hart ture this month, and is believed, it it will and Qreen, taken from the fourth and be acceptable to both sides of the put into the third; Casey, taken from fight. The compromise bill the eleventh and put into tho eighth; will provide that whenever 50 per cant, Clark, taken from the tenth and put into or a majority of the voters of any city in tho eighth; Trimble. Carroll and Galla- the State asks for a vote on the liquor tin, taken from the sixth and put into question a vote shall be taken as to the seventh; Robertson. Mason and Brac- whether or not liquor shall be sold in ken, taken from the ninth and put into that city, the vote to be taken irrespecthe sixth, Montgomery, Menifee, Mor- tive of the fact that tho whole county Elliott, taken from the tenth gan and may have previously voted dry. The and put ia'o tho ninth; Perry, Owsley, present law provides that where 25 per Jackson and Letcher, taken from the of the voters in cont or only Eleventh and put into tho tenth. cities of the first, second, third and Two districts are changed ia the ap- fourth classes sign a petition asking for Wcbstpr and Union pellate districts. a voto on the liquor question the vote-shalcounties aro taken from tho first and bo taken." Clark, put into the second districts. Never a Word. Powell, Estill and Leo counties aro taken from tho seventh and put into tho Not long ago a clergyman was called , fifth. upon to conduct the services at the The changes in tho circuit judicial funeral of a man with whom he had districts contemplated follow: A new had no communication, So, thinking district is composed of Marshall, Lyon, to glean a useful hint or two touching Franklin tho deceased's character when he was Crittenden and Livingston. and Anderson comprise district No. 35. shown into the living room tho divine Ballard and Carlislo counties are taken called a little boy of 8, evidently a memfrom ihe first and put into tho second. ber of (be family, and put to him this Hancock is taken from the sixth and question: put into tho ninth. McLean is taken "Can you tell me what woro tho last from the sixth and put into the fourth. words of your father!" Adair is taken from tho twenty-nint- h "Ho didn't have any," responded the and put into the tenth. lad with the utmost naivete. "Ma was with him to tho last." -ut one-four- th THE PINK LADY To Be 5een in Lexington January 5th and 6th. 9 l The engagement extraordinary of Klaw & Erlanger's musical comedy de Juxe "The Pink Lady" which is to be seen at tho Lexington Opera House Friday and Saturday and Saturday matinee, January 5th and Gth. brings to Lexington the most talked of hit that the American stage has known in a decade. The piece has never failed to arouse interest and already has a chain of records to its credit that would make other things look small in comparison. It has broken all. records in Boston following its sensational engagement in New York City where it ran for a year. Another company played one week in Pittsburg to the enormous receipts of 323,405, which included a special Thanksgiving matinee and yet which is a record that wsll hardly be equalled again in a long time. In Washington which is ordinarily a one week stand the company played two weeks to gross receipts that ran close to $10,000, thereby setting a new mark which will stand for a long time in the capital of the nation. The company to present "The Pink Lady" in Lexington is' the newest and prettiest organization Klaw & Erlanger have identified with this their pet attraction. It numbers one hundred people and includes a cast that was selected as to its individual strength. In ad? dition the ohorus is known as the pink of perfection part of the performance and the famous Pink Lady Orchestra that played Ivan Caryll, a delightful score all through the New York run is traveling with the company and will take over the orchestra pit in Lexington allowing the local musicians a holiday while the big musical is in the opera bouse. This should prove a delightful part of the local presentations, for the muslq requires subtle treatment to bring out its nicoties and though you may be familiar with the leading strains of tho score you will not have experienced its delight until you hear it played by tho orchestr that first made tho music popular in this country. f HE STEARNS a FOSTER (mME SHOWS YOU HAVE TO ON EVERY GENUINE IMPORTANT TO KNOW I . MATTRESS MATTRESS) WHAT$IHS!DETHE look AND m1imETDmHi REABlfi'rP ' r BUYFAWfMgCT WHATSJlNSIDElmON?rMol TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL &COHFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET - i. i i r iit x r ' 1 f imp Jm4 A Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton 05. cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are, made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of Httle webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Standing neatly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ricking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaas to one-sixth tion. Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. 5 i Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show Equal Rights for Women. Such of the members and friends of (he Equal Rights Association of Ken. tucky as have not, up to the present time, made a free-wi- ll offering of money for tho present year to be used for the purpose of obtaining for women' equal protection of our laws with men on tho right of suffrage, and yet desire to do this, will please call upon Mrs. Ed. McConn and leave their offerings of money with her as early as possible. Elleh N. Gibson, Porrespondimr Secretary of tho Madi- l ton County Division of Rights Association of Kentucky. them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. is A Stearns & Fofler a very Comfortable and Ecocomical Iviaitr- - to oar. Returns to Madison Charles Harvey and son, Levi, who sold thoir farm in October and moved to Illinois to resido, have returned to Baldwin, this county, to mako their permanent home. They have purchased a farm, and have erected a substantial residence in tho Baldwin neighborhood, " Secure New Location. Messors J. Tovis Cobb and T. H. Col lins have leased tho new ofHco rooms pyer Southern National Bank and will move thereto thi week. These rooms are heated with steam and are in every way attractive and convenient. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 TV.S.O. R.O. L. i The HUSTLING GREETING The year just-closed has been very satisfactory for us and we thanktRbse whohave realize helped us. - We that our success comes from the. support we receive from , ' - :i thoscuwhafforcd-us. . Therefore, we a;Sqptthis method ::o extend our New Year -- . ' " Greetings to one and all luring, the :V ' - ''- incoming- ycar4welshall endeavor, more 4y ifian ever before, to satisfyraUwith whom it is our good fortune to do business Outmost hearty good wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year , 5--- r Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch the market for ,pew and worthy goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of Miss Margaret Parrish has returned from a visit with Mrs. D. B. sCnox in Finish Georgetown. Dr. Crabbe is expected to address the Ovory, W. S. Commercial club Parke. Mrs. T. H. The better a man knows a thing the day evening next. at the meeting MonRice Doc fewer words he needs with which to toll Sims, Mr. R. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gregory of Louisit. Belts, in Trimble, Miss Minnie ville, spent Xmas with their daughser, Waid. Mr. Tom Mrs. R. E. Million. . Williams. Mr. S. M. Miss Mary O'Rourke left last week for White. Mrs. Emma Bowling Green, where she will take a Yeaton, Mrs. Minnio AND course at the University. in 2014 West Main street. -- Mr. John O'Rourke, Jr., having spent In calling for the above letters, please & for Tailored the holidays at home, has return ed to say "advertised." Wait Until Now his work in Louisville. O. C. Wallace, P. M. Home-fol- k Designs in Item of Interest Reaarcltna for Waists Editor Shotton M. Saufley passed and Others, through RicImond Mondy evening Dissc-lution-. to Stanford from Frankfort. At the close of business Docember 30, Mr. and Mrs. C. Rucker Adams left Mr. Fred Park, of Irvine, was in the Call and see us as we are now ready to 1911, the firm of White & Gibson was yesterday for Knoxville, Tenn., after city Monday. dissolved by mutual consent. N. V. spending the holidays with relatives you on all Fall and Winter take care of Mrs. James Crutcher visited in Lex here. White retiring. The business will hereGoods ington last week. after be conducted by John R. Gibson Mr. W. W. Harris and son, Wm. HarKentuekv Dr. J. G. Crabbe has returned from a ris and family, left yesterday for Law- & Co. All persons indebted to the late business trip to Frankfort. ton, Ukla., where they will reside in tne firm of White & Gibson are requested Miss Ella Asher has returned from an future. to call and settle with 'John R. Gibson extended visit to Corbin relative. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ballard and sons as he alone is authorized to settle up Mrs. Nannie Embry is visiting Mr. Clarence and Willie, spent the ho.idays the business of the old firm. Mr. Gib- with the former son, a. is. tsauara, at and Mrs. T. J. Smith in Frankfort. son invites a continuance of the patron Corbin. William Willard has returned from a "An article that can6 th 8thasbeon so literally extended M. M. Hamilton and family have Visit to his parents in Bristol, Tenn. moved from the Summit to the Z. T lu l"D u,u "" not be purchased, has I Mrs. Mat Hacker, of Nicholasville, Rice place on the Irvine pike, one and a N V White Akotheb move in the fight visited friends in this city last week. quarter miles from town. Turns Caiilo, Hersas, Hogs Is Practical a merit all tt's own." JOHN R. GlllSON. by the Louisville Board of Trade to invilntlnm hnvn honn rrtBivnfl- Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Parrish are visit Mr Sam Parks, of Kansas City, visited secure State regulation of fire insurance Mrs. Edward Taylor Collins In retiring from tho firm of White Mr. and rates was made when the Insurance ing Mrs. T. W. Davis at Campbellsville. last week, his father Mr. Geo. W. Parks request the honor of your presence JGibson I desire to thank my friends for RSlBsa EURT WEEIBUT IX at the marriage of their daughter . their ,iberal patronage and especially to FathecO'Dwyer spent a few days last and his brothers of this county and sis A photograph, a GOOP Committee of the Board of Trade mail THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO ed several hundred copies of a draft of with Father tlillenmeyer in Winchester. terMrs. J no. Wagers. I ask for the new firm of John R. Gibson ,n photograph is the ideal Capt. W. B Jones, one of the oldest Hon. J. A. Sullivan spent several days an act to be introduced in the General (Incorporated.) and best known residents of this county on tho Mr. Ronald Gavot Oldham sev- - & Co. a continuance of the same, last week in Frankfort and Louisville. cannot be Wednesday the Xmas gift. 28-- it afternoon of Assembly at its forthcoming session. N. V. White. is dangerously ill at the home of his . .. . m enteeth of January Mrs. Kate Payton, of Lexington, has son, Richard, at Union, S. C. j. ob copies oi me proposed law were Pres. and Mgr. A. D. Miller duplicated, and as a mark Our enterpirsing poultrymm Mr nineteen hundred and twelve sent to every newspaper.every legislator been visiting her brother, Mr. 3. E.Scott Rev. E. B. Barnes entertained the at three o'clock Sec'y-Trea- s. "Coney" Neff sold to Dr. Sandlin this W.G.White and family. of personal esteem is un physical culture class at his home on and to hundreds of business men who at their home week six White Rock pullets and one Professor and Mrs. C. Rucker Adams. Lancaster avenue Monday evening. XmW ! Crittenden. Kentucky are active in the work of commercial rivaled; one gives por Cockrell for 815. of Chicago, spenfChristmas with Miss delightful time was reported by those At Homo SXITUCKY PSESS ASSOCIATION and civic bodies throughout the State. LUcy Adams. present. Richmond, Kentucky art In a letter accompanying the document traits of oneself only to Thousand Dollars Which No after February 1. 1912 Allen Zaring Miss Graco West left Tuesday visit been visiting his LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT Mr. Oldham is the eldest son of Mr. the Board of Trade Committee members sister, Mrs. John has Allen, and family her aunt, Mrs. Henry Perry, attoRich D. one's friends. One Claims. invite a full and free discussion of the in Carlisle. Dr. D.A. Pennington, of Rich and Mrs. W. D. Oldham, and, having mond been born and reared to young manhood XEAB subject between now and the FBICE PER 1.00 Buy your new (cncc f- -r vcars to come. Get the big, hraw A case on'the docket of the Clark Cir time the Mrs. Wm. Gilkerson. of Quicksand. mond, has been shaking hands with in this city, is well known. He is pos hmge joint, the g'od ralvanirnc th exactly proportiond qa.i, friends here this week. Jessamine ADVANCE Court is unique in that there is $1 bill will be introduced, with a view to Ky., spent the holidays with her sister, sessed or sterling qualities and those cuit that is not too hard nor too sft. News. Make Your Appointment gentlemanly traits of character that will 00Q in a bank for which no owner can be securing any amendment which may be Mrs. tM. uianton. We can show yot th;5 fnre in oar sfork and exp!:c 5f a,. Mr. and. Mrs. Durrett Cobb, who re make him a man among men. He is found. WEDNESDAY, JAN. S - - - 1912 necessary to strengthen the measure. (t is an echo of the famous Mrs. B. M. Lackey has returned from cently moved hero from Cynthiani. not only io the rv.:i but ia iu bcic. Now. .e a ad tj i. associated with his father in business, Marcum damage suit. in which Mrs. our prices xne oiii, as it win De introduced, pro a visit to her mother, Mrs Mollie Powell have taken rooms at Mrs. Henderson's which fact means success, as Mr. OldMMSMSMsaHHSHMSSHMKmsa in Nicholasville. Ma' cum sued Senator and Judge on West Main street. Mr. Cobb will, in ham is one of the merchant princes of Mast people look to the beginning of vides for the creation of a State-InsRev. P. F. Adams and family return the early spring, erect a handsome rest Madison ceunty. Miss Collins is no Hargjs, Ed Caljahan and Fult French & year as the time to make good resoluance Board, with power to investigate McGAUGHEV stranger to Richmond, as she attonded for SJOO.OOO damages for the murder of tions; to do better in many ways than and regulate rates somewhat similar to ed to Lawrenceburg Monday after spend- dence in Burnamwood. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creekmore enter- the Normal school soveral seasons ago, her husband, J. they did the year before; to "swear off" those now vested with the State Rail- ing the holidays here. It was the Mrs. Zeula Oliver spent Sunday of tained a number of friends and relatives and has since visited here. She is a largest single damage suit ever filed in from the continuance of evil doing; to road Commission. The Board under woman and has last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Christmas Day at their home on North most attractive young givo "turn over a new leaf," as they call it. the terms of the act is to be composed of Floyd at Georgetown. her a warm tho State. The day after the trial began Limestone street. Quiet a number from many friends who will For the benefit of those who are engaged in the p and to live more correct lives. There is the State Superintendent of Insurance Richmond were present, also Miss Ethel welcome. The wedding of these two several of tho most important witnesses Report oi the Condition Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nance, of Somer Creekmore of ivouisvillo, and Mr. J. W. young people will be a society eent for the plaintiff left the State, in chargo a big streak of weakness that runs in and two other members appointed bv set, are visiting the latler's parents, Mr. business, which has grown to such enormous proport and many good wishes are being ox- OF THE Bales of bt. Cloud, Minn. the human family, and it is much easier the Governor. For their services the and Mrs. W. E. Meyers. tended from hosts of friends, among of Mose Feltner. as alleged, and remain the past few years, we desire o announce thut we will u Mrs. James Edgar will entertain ed in Ohio and Indiana uutil after tho to make a good promise than to keep it. two appointive members will draw sal Misses Curraleen Smith and Jane luncheon guests Wednesday in honor of whom is tho climax. close of the trial. It is said the defend Frequently the oaths aries of 83,000 per annum each, while Rogers spent the holidays with Mrs. her niece. Miss barah Uoodloe Benton, Brassfield Christmas Items. ants promised Mose Feltner 81.000 to Doinc business nt Klrksvllle. countv of are easily forgot- the Superintendent, who will perform M. Benton in Winchester. made for of Kentucky, and Miss Wallace, of Madison. Stateof Kentucky, at the close of ten, and the new leaves turned over are the duties of secretary will be paid f000 Chrismas has been attended in this take the witnesses beyond the jurisdic business on tlie 5tli day of December. 1911 Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Adams.of Illinois, Maryland, a guest of Mrs. C. Goodloe Miss community by much merry making and tion of the courts. Each side was afraid badly soiled almost as soon as turned. additional to the annual salary he now are visiting the former's brothers and Edga. Detroit (Mich.) News. Benton is a daughter of Judge and Mrs, big dinners, the most notable of which to trust the other, and the money is said sisters on Woodland avenue. don't come of its own ac- receives. RESOUKCES was a rousing big dinner at Mr. Will James Benton, of Winchester. cord. It requires great will power and Miss Musttle Veatch, of Frankfort, $ 51,019 33 I Gabbard. at Cedar Clift. . so say the to have been placed in the hands of Loans and discounts Tht Organ Recital given by Miss JJue from uanks Ux t together with poultry applianses of every description. continued effort to make it effective This issue of The Climax contains an has been spending several days with Benjamin at the First Presbyterian guests who attended. Mr. Nick Todd, Felix Feltner, of Leslie county, a mutual Actual cash on bund . 2.0W1 the well known fox hunter and bird shot, friend, and a cousin of Mose Feltner. mecKs. casn items ana exchange I and lasting. Good intentions are very unusual amount of purely local reading Miss Mary Louise Deatherage. i: church, Wednesday evening last, was 111 ES IOre maKinS a DUrfihnSft flf nn Tnonlmtni. mr.- i r. tl, ., - fordenrinir Editor Jesse Alrerson, of Lawrence enjoyed by many. Miss Benjamin and Mr. John Moberley.who also relates Felix Feltner subsequently swore that a Overdrafts, secured I commendable and ought to be in order matter and it will be the intention of . burg, was a guest last week of his showed in several oi her selections mas tne incident nimseir, and or course, no young man whom he did not know cam at aH seasons, but it would probably be the editors of this paper to continue this mother, Mrs. Mania Alyerson, ver vou are not familiar V ' J tership of the organ, and bad it not body will have any doubts about his Mr. to his hotel and placed the money in his currentexnsesandtaxes'paTdll taw i'S sories, call and g6t my prices. better not to make resolutions for a policy during the entire year. Hereto- acity, were the only guests, except 1 . n anai gee Furniture and'flxtures ZMi 00;total ifXO 00 T Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gantry have ro- - been for a little unfortunate "squeech i I Brown there purer and better life unless they are tofore our outside pages have contained xuuuuunira, can of th.e crescendo pedal, the performance them a Kldwell. who washaving to eive hands and loft without saying what it literature and post yourself on t . xenn., auer turneo. to warm reception, provid was for. He placed the money SC3.079 GO Total baoked by a supreme effort for the cul more or less foreign matter, but having pleasant visit asnviue. in bank to relatives in the countv. vyoulu hayo be.cn a grand success. army musket, ed lor the occasion an old simple way of hatching chickens LIABILITIES , rtvation of a greater courage to carry concluded that our readers prefer to get Mrs. James D. I?ykcs was hostess last but as the gun was loaded with mud no and swore he did not know to whom it x,r anA Mr, Tomnc n nn them out. Life's highway is marked by the home and county news we have de- - ington, spent the holidays with Mrs, Tuesday !at an e)egaijt dinjng.'her guests one was hurt. As this had been a long belonged. Some years later Mose' Felt Capital Stock paid in. in Cash ...$ 13.000 03 Surplus Fund $2JJ0 00 oroKen promises, and when one breaks cided to make The Climax truly a home J- - G. Wount and Mrs. Alex. JS. Warren numbering ab.out twenty of her neer looked for event the above gentlemen ner brought suit for the money, but Undivided Profits,. 137 02: tntnl 2.997 were out early in the morning withf uns Judge Benton threw . . .r . r. . : 5 relatives. six j ine same wuul the case out of Deposits (on which interest is ewu)iiiiiiHuiuis ii. uei1 w 1iubm I . . ucvuung tiispicBs .id tHappenings i Mr. and Mrs. Pearl TiDton snent evening Mrs.aiPykes epftjrtafijed the and dogs, and we are sure with a trood 32.0X3 not paid 13.00U 00 I oi tne town ana county sa one s ana wnen far as in our I unnstmas witu tneir daughter, Mrs. i younger members of her family and keen appetft'e,' 'well sharpened for the court, saying the whole transaction was Hills parable ' Elegant Is lost it makes easy the descent to a power is possible. Most everv house- - J. Johnson, of Richmond Estill Her- relatives, menus were served pccassion. aney reported game pienti corrupt, fraudulent and against public $63,079 60 Total i each time and the day proved a happy jui wnich they bagged in thn earlv policy, and the court would not be fruitless and miserable existence. State of Kentucky hold enjoys the daily paper and from aid. County of Madison Mrs. G. W. Evans and Mr. William one lor an. this source secure the news from the . 1'ariy " At ho eniorcemont. n t. 'inA ' iV. aau I. II. S. Newlon. Cashier of the above These is one thing upon which all world at large, therefore we feel that a Evans took Christmas dinner in Win Miss Stella Phelps, accompanied by el,x eltnor left Kentucky and is in named bank, do solemnly swear that the chester with Judge and Mrs. J. M. Ben her nieces, Margaret and Amy Turjey, which thevliad turkeV.cranberri s.rolls. the Democratic majority service such as we propose the members of is true pgg-pAfter dinner! the West, and Fult French has brought above statementoenei. to the best of my to give our ton. xnowieuce anu of Riohmond, arrived Friday evening to salads, cafes and of the House of Representatives are readers in UH uanjo w.ere qromjnt ,orin SUit aga nst him for the money on II. S. NEWLOX. Cashier. the future will make The the bo the guests of i)r, and Mrs, p. B. Mrs J. R. White, of Irvine, attended Solidly united, and that is a determina- IT. to Mr. and Mrs. W. Emerson dulffe& in dnrin- - thVafWnSm,. Climax even more popular than hereto the funeral and burial of her niece. Knox For o.Subscribed and sworn, ot before me hi-1911 Mr g"Jd that Feltner owes him. Aemon, tne istii aay .December. tion to see that there is a reason back of fore. In this and succeeding issues you nttie tfertha Taylor, who died on Sun Gwjrnne, of Richmond, have arrived for Todd started Jhe ball gojng by giving tneir Part in the spiriting away of these T. T. GOV. Notnrv Ti,ltlle. every dollar that is to be appropriated will find a few days visit with their parents. mem n My commission Expires Feb. 17, 1911, e vow-oreafv-aflwlocal news on every page and day morning. Rev. and Mrs. W, G. Gwynne, at their ed at the poqclusiqn that he ana just witnesses tuu trench and Kelix Folt- M. COY at the coming session of Congress. Lead supplement. felt ner were given the heaviest punishment W. A. ARtmCKLE UeorgdMiss Efflo Brewer, of Richmond, has residence on Uast Alain street Dlrertnra. years old. ers of the party are of the opinion that ever inflicted In Kentucky for contempt CLAY BLAKEMAX been spending the holidays here with town Correspondent Lexington Herald, sixteen tne Hepublican policy of accepting the That J. P. Morgan's grip on the fin- - tier granamother, Mrs. IS. M. Spence. of cqurf. Frencl was fjned $3,000 and Mr. Will Dudley, of Chihuabna. estimates of the various department I ancial situation is becoming more and Berea Citizen. Mexico, after spending the holidays with Feltner was fjned S3,0OQ and sentenced I heads, without question, has been a more absolute, is indicated by the dis- his sister, Mrs. Jonah Wagers, left FriMiss Catherine Scot!, who is teachin to two years in jail. 'Feltner paid his tremendously expensive one to Uncle covery of the Stanley committee that school at Erlanger, spent Christmas day for Jacksonville, Fla., where ho will , . ,v, fl ,. ,. I '" , ijuuhjiiwo was rumiueu io spend the winter. His mother, Mrs M. I? I if Sam, and hereafter, these leaders say, the cash balance of the Steel trust, week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, Dr. Whitehall's iiiye6Uijdiin by Acting Gpv. Cox. Gov. WlllsonreS. Dudley, accompanied him and will naivey ueinii the public purse is not going to be open- - which he dominates.and of the railroads E. Scott. spend the winter in the South visiting Committee Gets the Army nitua the state's portion of French's RHEUMATIC REMEDY! ed until the requisition is endorsed by I and other industrial corporations in Mr. ana Jars, jonn Harris have re Jacksonville, bt. Augustine. Ue Land. RUI Annrnnnoi;nn u, .vcuutuu Iine antJ ne Pala lno Te- - Jleanwhilo For 15 yean a Standard Remedy for facts sufficient to justify it. In line I which be controls heavy interests, turned to Louisville after spending the St. Petersburg and other places In the thousand dollars rflmntn In fent all forms of Rheumatism, lnmbaro, holidays with Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Har Florida. with this policy Chairman Fitzgerald, amounting in all to over half a billion 1 U,UUU,UUU at 4 pour, lore muscles, un or tTroUen Upe WnaCK. with the ownership undecided. Misses Marie Louise Kellogg and of the all important appropriations com dollars, is on deposit in the office of J. ris. joints, ii quickly reiiCTes tne seyero I TTnmn to n nMArtH tUt .III uuro your Dorothy Perry entertained with a wciwwwjr I George A. McRobcrts has returned mittee, has been the busiest man in the P. Morgan & Co., a private banking con pains; rcdnces the fever, and eliminates wiu lovely .New Year's danca and party Retrenchment Already Begun coid. Why waste time and money ox. the poison from the system. 60 cents United States, during the past summer, cern, not subject to the supervision of from Richmond, where he spent Christ at tne Masonic x em &?ssHsisVMk.lS JK Tin swd&'Ei'STaT-- . pie Monday mas wnn Mr. ana Mrs. Lewis JNeale. when can personally investigating the various any constitutional authority. This Danville Advocate. aiternoon. a large numoer oi little by CongreSS as Result Of ponmenting nas wonyou world-wid- get a prepa a box at druggists. Free Mai Sax WrHo far a mat folks were present and enjoyed to the items which later on will call for an money Morgan can lend to whom he Work of Committee of ration by its cures aof this ediseaserepu Dr. Whitehall Megrlmina Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers and Mr. fullest extent the delightful hospitality tation expenditure of Uncle Sam's good money. pleases and refuse to lend to whom he which Kentuckian is Chair uaa niways do aepenaeu uponi itand IBB 9. Lafyrtto St. South Band, Ind. and Mrs. Tevis Huguely were guests of of the fair young hostesses. Miss Sallie is Moreover, the control of this Whkx Congress convened in Decem likes. Mr. ana Mrs. Liewis Bourne at Liogana, Wiggins furnished music on the occa man. known everywhere" as Chamberlain's cash gives him the power to regujatl Jessamine county, Thursday. sion. ber the Democratic majority in the Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of i t c .f tlitc rr.tmt .... i V. New Automobile Laws. House was able to take up legislative thn tmr ,J Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Robinson and Misses Mary and Carrie Allman enter Adterti8ehent real merit. For sale by dealers. j3-l.)....., man the Richmond and Madison county auto dictator of Initio rfn,7htr'7,f Rirhmomi nr vuif. tained delightfully Saturday evening at Oopjrlaht 1310. Iir th BUad.nl i.dr."ST matters with more intelligence than , . L .1! T TT. r ine her rjarenls.Mrltnd Mrs. Humnhrnv their home on the Summit In honor of mobile owners may profit by studying A any preceding Congress has started' its America. 7T. iV" ; " r7 tbeir guests. Misses Hattie Hicks and the Cincinnati Enquirer and Louisville Lsko(1 hv hi mmhnr the new laws for people who run ma- tiuason uanvijie Messenger. whf winter's labor. The reason for this is Oney Smilh.of Frankfort. About twen v- determina-- ! fc.iGrnn District Democrats are boom I Mrs. Thomas Brotherton. of Moborlv. Iv vbudc Deonle fathered at the Allman '"" " church said: "Tho Cross-Kvn.- 1 Rnr chinos on the highway. Here they are that various party leaders, as well as Representative Helm, of Kentucky, Hls mother could not m.,ipr..,n,i ing Jeff J. Bowman, of Boyle county, fori has returned home, after spending the home and li most pleaiant evening was 1 Upon discovering an approaching many of the House committees, have ""-w- w wjia . per sister, spent. Literary contests w'ere'e'njoyed and the Democratic members of the moment but finally made itout as "The toam, the autoist must stop offsido and been conducting investigations this sum the position of Doorkeener of the Hons and delicious refreshments wef-- stfrvfitf'. ol w,n.lcn no ls amiman, are Cross I Bear." of Representatives and expect to land I cover his maohino with a blanket 7T.. Vi mer, both public and private, into al and taken all together it was one of the -: BANK him a winner in this race, which has al Mr-- and Mrs- - 6etn Tudor entertained most pleasant entertainments of the smumg broadly over Wififiin- "first. TRU5T COMPANY painted to correspond with the scenery. ortx of matters with which Congress is 11 is estimated that the loss of hogs I blood'.' In the Vannml nfimorVltin holidays. &esiemay.m aaorIJr- 2 Tho speed limit on country roads fieldrB"onlidates since Joe Embry. ITudor. RICHMOND, KY Got the facts, has been I .concerned. elegant dinner was served on the .monumental exiravagance of the 'T0 c.hoTon ' rt Kedtucky during 1011 this year will be a secret, and the Mr. and Mrs. T.Dunn of Valley View. Republican the slogan of those Democrats, and oi Lincoln county, decided not to be a and all present spent a most enjoyable administration of affairs io win' amount 16 feoro1' than $1,000,000. penalty will .be 510 for e7ery Madison county, accompanieI jjy beir mile the very day they are accumulating in candidate after being given a place in aay. neavy in somo sec oeDn His Committee on Ex- children, Margaret and Ernest, have .Washington. offender Is 6aughp golhg ipf excess bf it. formation which will be submitted to vue oiate Auanor s omce. Bowman is I Mike PMers.of Richmomf ' la ,r thn ,. , . .f . ,T. d0" county, guests of Mr. and Mrs. penditg'res n Jthe War Department has tl0P8 of aT jjeuiocra.uc wnoei uorse I oi relatives ncre miss Annie Uolien. come to be the iu uaau uu iiuiuiiiouiie maKos a the House as soon as Congress begins its in Boyle county, who works earlv and ' Kichmond.is the guest of Miss itula W, C, Biggerstaff of 814 South Mill UKUuuimj uuu UUUSIOIIUUIOUSIV OUSVI If vnnr rhllilron nra nhionl t - team run away, tho penalty will be $50 next session. yr the holidays. Mr. and since last spring digging Jnto the aTai tacks of croup, street untiUif late for oartv success. H is hrL-r-t h. absolving this week. Mt, Sterling Mrs. Dunn's , watch for tho first symp-p- f for the first mile, $100 for the second ifasier Virgil, The House,on December 22, passed un- rraucu o. isougias, uoyie county a ue-the "War Department, and tho result torn, hoarseness. Givo Chamberlain' and $200 for the third, etc.. is already with Mr.and Mrs. Biggerstaff. that the ' ' ' ir" . Mrs. i nf rio5v animously the bill introduced by Con presentative-eicc- t, in w tVtn. TT... v ana wm prove a moved John Parrish and family have beingPah)the city schools. Miss Ann ft wt Wrtli- 'TT'O o nlimn tss. "uua j uouga uemoay as soon as the cbild be- - team runs in audition to the usual irom silver Ureek to this city. May flf Madison county, is alsq the gressman J. Campbell Cantrill, provid- formidable candidate in f,u nu ?iiouiw uy jur. comes noarso and tne attack may be damages. r..v"-?"the and have rented a residence on the guost of Mrs. Lwjs C. Bjggerstaff aj; 314 ing for a semi-annucensus report of ia-lTimes. Summit, where they are comfortably South Mill street, Lexington Herald. H oim fjia. ve.orp ujjj noijuay aujournr wardod off. Sold by dealers.- 4 On approaching a corner where he the amount of manufactured leaf tobacaomicuea. cannot command a view of the road a ma gftbp Jr The Woman's Club of Central Ken about the millions of annual waste" hi if djnner in his co in the hands of dealers and manufacAt a meeting of the Kentucky Con C. P. Cunningham nassed through tucky nnterlalned with a luncheon ahead, Iho automobile must stop not at turers, above a certain grade, and which gressional Delegation that took pl&c I Kicnmona last week enrontn to his the Phoonix Hotel at Lexington in honor the War Department made tho mem- - h"se ho,fyes over out camping his loss than 100 yards from tho turn, toot in wuo woulu nv0 " 6 homo to her will enable tobacco growers to have! Washington Tuesday, Hon. Ben John-- homp m Middlesboro. Mr. Cunningham of Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, of bers. and fisnerlallv thn mnmhor. nt .h 1 his horn, ring a boll, fire a revolver, erprice-fixin- g information. Senator Brad- - son was chosen as a member of tha Richmond, president of run !.-- ; tion of Women's Clubs.the State Federa- Military Affairs Committee, literally hallo and send up three bombs at InterUhn i,ii.itiLl Mrs. James 'sit up and take notice." He told them Jey has declared himself in favor of the Charles Durham, Lovington, 111., has vals of five minuses. eech, of Louisville, former president says he will do all be can to Committee from this State. This dm and is a 5 Automobilists running on country was also guest that for years tho wool had been pulled succeeded in finding a positive cure for Miss Aubrey has push it through the Senate. Congress most important position and one that I been spending Burgin.of Lexington, her cf bon.br. "Mord thun J.OOgubsts, a of t th roads at night,, must send up a red includ over the eyes of the Military Affairs bed wettlnir. "Jlv litttnhnv the holidays with man Cantrill says the bill will be of un- requires much work and labor as it de- aunt, Mrs. J. A. Stevens, on the Red ing prominent women fronValr narts- - of Committeo, which has annually recom-Jbe- d every night clear through to the rocket for each mile and wa't ten min told benefit to the tobacco growers. A volves on this committee to wage the! House road. Mr, Stevens entertained Kontucky, and a' number" 'from othef fended' and had Congress- appropriate I floor. I tried several kinds of Kidney honor last Fri States, were In attendance. every year.' :from teh:to- thirtv mlllinn I medlninn nnil - m.'in ihn ,1... .1... utes ior ine roau to clear, xney must T similar measure will be offered in the fight for the election of another Demo with a lovely party in .v.,uu,.u aiuiu then proceed carefully,, y j day- night. anci Daily Kentucky Legislature. $4.00 The Gllmax has received a very plea dollars pjpro .than was. necessary for an I looking for something different to help horns and shooting Romanblowing their cratic Congress. iJ candles. Mr. Shelby Tribble. brother of Mr. sant Utter from our former townsman, . . t; :. A economical, ousmess-Hlisupport of the! mm wnen i heard? or Foley Kidney C In case'u horse wil nofpass an auJeff Tribblfi. Of this fill V. whn hue hpnn Mr. o. J. pplin, who now resides in Ukdek the Taft policy of "cut to the Army. Pills. After h'e had "taken them" twh tomobile; the autoist will The Commissioner of Corporations I connected with a paper at Harriman Bloomi.ngton, Illinois Mj Jbplin take the maquick" economy, which was much talk- has It is announced here today, that the I days we'could '"setf clisngo arid when chihe'apart, as rapidly as possible, been delving Into the history of therTeftn; feM kono to Gwcnsboro, whore friends in Richmond ana Madison Daily with. Hand.. and . .. .t . . : ed about when Mr. Taft first went into . !.. IT.' no mil ue tuuuecieii wtui u, county who will 5e gratified Jo finow of iMlll.M. njuuH umuuuee, .m wnicn i L.Iuuu taxon I : "u ' ot a uottie he conceal ujfiiaij t6o grass. sif that flit it ultp tiIlnftA. -- r, jn office, the government overspent its the contjhaeo. gpqd health, and"pros-perit- y one ox Mr. Hem's speeches referred, 1 was cured. That is about Cafcn:Har six weeks , 7 In case - an' automobile approaches of himself a.rjd family. Mr.. Jop-- ; revenues during the first thirty days of trust, the Duke Sons' Company, was! iiaa now aooinea to repoft Ap-- i ago ana ne has not wet the bed since." a Army worth $250,000. By the mere process of lin was recently .elected of .the; farm hrfuse when the roads are dusty, October by U,648,697. ." 3 ' 111 An v... fn Thus far this joining the trust It swelled to 87,600,000 --1 .' . vr .b i -ley, of RIodmond, have Wn here since Business hsu ? Association, oi It will slow down to one mile an hour. fiscal year, which began July 1, the ex !llt which " $ iescyed compli- tnr. "?Tia" ana later, wsa treated to a further dose Saturday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry uou,jaai, Year. 3 T ff .i and the chaffeur will Jay the dust In arid Daily penditures of the government have ex ment to his ability as a. business iifen. Herald - uutsell. " and DC"Yne.r "la Mr-- Ma Cftnt Of tf?o house with, a since he was unanimuslyselecd oyer oldceeded the receipts by more than t20,- - of t22.000.000 la "securrties nemocrat. .. ... , Ifaat. And la wll jbo Driri ippy in the behind' with his Work. ..i.i. earns" lOper cent auuBjoero PPWrUts. worxcu over me aa3iigaar(ij 000,000, which is $8,000,000 heavier than Daily -5.10 Uli&m Uenny. of Madison iurs-auanonjneni qi many 01 tns useless 23 vears the Duke rmveriv. a 4250.000 the deficit on the corresponding date Mr. and Mrs, B, . rs. A. K. Tabor, Crldor, Mo., had 'Soffered day and nlcht the torment E)aiiy LQMislle'Herald--- proposition, has "earned" $39,000,flQOJ SL" House, anaoun.ee the (syswemevoi of VPyUjnore concentration of the of ijohing piles. Nothing 3.40 Mt fiscal year. The mad money-spen- d been troubled with sick' headaohe for helped jo 41741,(1 Ats.agrninistrativeaualrs, Kr. until I used Doaa'a ing campaign which is responsible for pria,owper cent! iiow long will the 1 Madison county, is visiting his grand- - their daugbwr, Miss Alza&k Ointnienf. ft qured about five years, when aha began taking iW extravagant waste r, ueorge mison, on Jackson Walter P. Ouine. of UlaoKierten. iff 125 this stale of affairs was a feature of the American public stand for the game ofl latnor, wwcossier The wedding will be me permanently.; lion, jotiu 11. Gar Chamberlain's Tablets. She has...iakea legislative program of the last Republi watered stock. Industrial mnnnnriv at the home of th bride's pweitfj fis rfitt, Mgyor, Oirard, Ala.. have Mrs. Charles Taggart and sons, Tru -im two bottles of them a8d'-he151 ing cost of living and commercialized latter part of this mocrffe. ' Mr. &uino a can Congress. cured' her. Sick lifeadacWis caused- bV nnM.l.. A. . S ine ' Transylvania' Bnlversit is&a una lyewu, oi uaroourviiie, are well known in this eity aad cointy, niMaiinn t"t'mtr!-ey- i politics? ffgB vjsiilog frpsfids ia .this city. This U where be has frequently visited, beirur stpiaach'Icr 'which fhosS tat. Drepared few. Re wtyiKK m 9vpra ball team defeated Ji& "f PawiBEXT Taft's allusion to the de Mrs, fifit visit to Richmond The year 1912 will be leap year, the sine Taggarf 3 ber tyro years ago. and .nephew of W. H. "and W. F. Park, of otner uirectiona la the Uepartment, gntl mal school tam hy a ifiFe gf (o . leaving ?Q fect of hi party next year, was not at IMQ With J8 Newsrvaoer tne county, ifle jbrlde-to-b- e Mad.a7lnA nub- is one ot well n4 stky welf. FoF-lfty all pi slag to Republican pftrtyleaders. first to come around in eight years she Is being warmly wejeoastd by h,er Madlsou's AojtVattncuvaVoung fedJos. he is naturally gratified that his Com Harsh pbyslcareaet, iti-iweaken the all doalers. Hshed B Xathfabg sUeeouragec a party so much as a Here snouia nave seen a leap year gnu is a graduate oj jsadtspn .fattejj H.V.. V T " before Bjt four years ago, except that 1907 was not ear coacrte r9ults bowels, cause enronic constipation, . rs. Kill us ij .'mgui?r oi Six million persons make their living Him Mary Louise Ryold. who is oi Met, aaa lor a year divisible Doan's Regulets one rate easily, cure Cord, .and Kss psyde many Vrlends si'ripf rwuiw mat by four, and that disqualified atteediag school at Ricbnosd, is spinn mB - " ptst tfc JUfHiblieaa party h bees bo " Jrefryanntty- mimcu ayedtatr CoaalD.t,oihIs caunfy tffpsg.' fl gtiB5Vlon; 25c. Ask your druggist under ground, working in mines and ing taw wee with Hies uiadys ss mn jagBoatleatloaa of lecatg the it. quarries. That number is abqpt twlae Jamas J. R&ymoad returned Sunday for lliem. Mrs. Henry Pickels eo.tertaln4 with tn Melra .M sect minsitittoo Ommi ay party In Txs Cert ef Appeals decided hem Rtelitod. wlm 1m had bawi al hq ajeearit six o'clock dinner lw't' Thufs wiarW'-'wt,h pewr received. Tlw aCeet is tht ly ttwt tb County Board of E&mmtim wore for Bowman ioc.. (VxUraWw 4my siplia bpaoro Urn) T.'i..C5oUS, iiro iiwriuiuin oi Aricutture re decided !to cut la way from EnflaEwl ted way muuw mmnmr rotar rtiarrti ia ports 788,090 acre of Wheat niaftted 1H go it alone. Those six miMbci woritW ItteBotaaiBdetMnt- - WtiQSV for Mr. Tribtsk of that cite I Frankfort. n iuliia nAvmr, llL i the oroDoaed radtintWui In tda i'im t AW I Kentuekjr"this fall, as compared with! di four jbmI to work. billions of Wealth a rMr i body aaBUfcrsue orbe MMLi " I ' ' .w ' . in.n M mnrt m.mm wrumn was va stu st. uruuriuion mil. i oit,vw mem iviu. of the bowels ol the: earth. 4? .4 Tailored and Fancy Waists Samuel Parkes Burnara left for New i middle west and tar West ara at the York, Tuesday. Miss Jane Goodloe has returned to head of the anti-Tamovement, says the Philadelphia North American. (Re- Baltimore, Md. Mr. Pulnam and sister., of Ashland, publican.) These are the men who understand that the fight against special are visiting Miss Jane D. Stockton. Mr. John Kennedy, now of Paris, was privilege and control of business and ina visitor to his parents this week. findustry by the Mrs. J. W. Caperton and Miss Jamie ancial combtnatii n of Wall street is a fight for the independence of legitimate will leave for Washington City this week. business. Miss Mayday Logan, of Nicholasville, Six Western States have granted equal was the guest of Miss Cary Rice last I suffrage to men and women, so that in week. Mrs. Joe Chenault and children visitthe presidential election of 1912 about 1,000,000 women will be allowed to vote. ed Mrs. Jack Hntsell in Winchester last States in question are- - California. week. ITbe Ralph Rowlette, of Canton, Ohio, is Idaho, Utah, Washington and visiting friends and relatives in the Wyoming. county. of the ft Morgan-Rockefell- Ikdkfsxdekt business men So long as the trusts are unable to con trol the one great essential to success I brains life will be worth living. Latest Novelties Neckwear, "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Newest Etc Woolen Goods Suits Silks and Dresses PERSONAL SOCIAL te OWEN McKEB qulsite oowl of narcissus and the table J. no was lovely in cut glass and silver. menu consisted of all the delicacies of the seasons ahd was beautifully serve! in course. The affair was a pretty compliment to Mrs Coates who was one of Broadway's most popular matrons and her neighbors particularly regret to see her leave The best wishes of many friends will follow this splendid family to their new home. The. marriage of Dr. Murison Dunn and Miss Ida J. Barter, on December 23, came as a complete surprise to their legion ot mends in this city, witnout any intimation of their intentions Dr. Dunn and Miss Barter repaired to the Presbyterian parsonage, where thgy were united in marriage by Uev. i). a. bcan- lon. After the ceremony the happy couple left for a short wedding trip, and since their return have been domiciled at Hotel Glyndon. Dr. Dunn is one of our best known physicians, and since coming to this city a number of years ago has built up a lucrative practice in his profession. The bride is a nativo of Walcott, Ind., and has been librarian at the Normal school since Its location here, and has become one of the most popular ladies of the city. Dr. and Mrs. Dunn have many friends who ex tend hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy life. The. Cotillion given, on Friday eve ning last at the Masonic hall, was one of the most delightful or the season. Miss Emma Watts and Robert R. Burnam, Jr., led the dance, introducing many new and beautiful figures. The ball was artistically decorated with red poinsettias, white carnations and green plants. The young ladies were gowned most becomingly and the young men never looked handsomer. The dancers had caught the Christmas spirit of making merry and gay, and everybody seemed full of cheer. The favor table was presided over by Mrs. Nannie Em bry, Mrs. Robert R. Burnam and Misses Helen Bennett and Elizabeth Burnam. Guests of the evening were: Major and Mrs. W W. Watts, Mrs. R. C. Stockton. Miss Martha Burke, of Il linois; Mr. and Mrs. Haupt, of Ver sailles; Mr. and Miss Pulnam. of Ash land; Misses Margaret Miller, Elizabeth v, mnore ana margaroi Yiimoro ana Will Denny, Stanford; Eagle Doty and Samuel Parkes Burnam, ot .New York. Advertised Lettres. mond, Ky., po3tolhce for ing December 30: List ot letters remaining in the Rich the week endBalllnger, Miss Jennie hantley, Mr. L. T. Bosley, Miss Dollie , This Large Comfortable .Burger, Mr. Walter . Dennis, Mr. Chester Dowees, Mr. W. H. Freeman, Jan Fosher, Miss Mary Gentry, Mr. Smih Hamilton. Miss Angelino Harlan, Mr. Bedy Hughes, Rev. J. .E. Hughes, Mrs. Con Jackson. Miss Kizzle Jenkjns, Mr. Tolbert Jones, Mrs. Mary Jonos, Mr. John II. Johnson, Miss Carrie Johnson, Miss Sallie King, Mr. J. M. . Morris, Mr..Joby McQueen, Mrs. Sarah 4 Rocker Beautiful Golden Oak One of our Xmas Bargains Only $2.50 Christmas Don't Make 5elections W. F HIGGINS Richmond, Opposite Glyndon Hotel The Richmond Climax. j It a III . C-u- Ab-rel- ia ur INCUBATORS Farmers Bank self-benef- it Self-refor- The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators and Brooders rf .... If P. - 1 sen-respe- seii-respe- : D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Telephone 33 I oia-tim- n, 1 Earning Their Salaries RHEUMATISM r o.upuuuu,, D. .A ' -- ,.,', .t-- 1 -- 1 fi,; WnmemMff 5TATL & 'iW And well it should; it shows the tion to succeed T. - 1 . flt nt. .1... ... rt oth.er-fibilfl- 1 i--t caucus.-Louisvill- al c limax Urx Journal courier journal Courier - n,,.. hr - Special Clubbing Rates jou " - - 1 . P . - A 1 two-tnir- "'tTitsls ' tha-part- s icrary nm-nrltlr- - fj yom-inglo- n. JT-r.- tester hand-sprinkl- . - OT',. Bun-aentin- Mrf, gd ,!s.sei uieifefiu W'I'W.'i' y jeu - gt minium toQ Knd. eaMts4. a4 menj te V&Jf J'!' r" Cincinnati Post, "! Climax apdaily fouisvijle Pos.t Climax Lexington Orrjax and Lexington Leader Climax and Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer r" Climax and Weekly Commoner are only a We are anv nr jn this country. Get our prices ordering elsewhere, Uimax ""i qm Climax and some r- 350 535 1 ot Climax Printing Co. Tke Richmond Climax, rWLISoCB E1EST WEE8EJMT ST mr. c. k. oldham The "Coming Back" McCreary of The following notice from tho Cincin. v nati Post, sent from Frankfort on inauguration day, will be read with interest before he starts on his rounds of what would be the Mr. Charles K. Oldham, brother of by the "Home People" of the Gover(Incorporated.) most highly valued gift for his favorites. We would Mr. W. D. Oldham, of this city, who Is nor's town and county: now a resident of Mt. Storting, has been suggest a home or building; lot for your family, which The chances aro "When James B. McCreary was. inauA.. D. Miller Pros, and Mgr. offered the nomination for Sheriff of gurated yesterday as GoVern r of Kenwould certainly bring joy for the Cbristmaatide. ConThe farmer brought him here. Scc'y-TrcaW.G.White Montgomery county, but on account of tucky he gave And those other little pigs sult us and we will help 3011 buy the choicest on easy the most conspicuous exhis great business interests in that city, ample of "coming back" in tho history ol Ktmlcr That stayed at homo terms, when you want to make a Christmas gift tb.it KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ' has declined to tnako the race. The of American politics. iC so happens No doubt will bo brought bore, too. will be hailed with delight. Sentinel-Democrhas the following to that, for the first timo in tho annuals of "We are headquarters for say concerning Mr. Oldham's refusal to States,a Governor PUBUSI'ERS LEAGUE. rested from his labors Opticians agree that the light from a good oil lamp is accept this lucrativo ofllce: for rt whole generation, concluded to' go than any other artificial light PTJICE. easier on the eyes "For some time it has been thebellef back into . the Governor's chair, and 1.00 PER YEAR INCORPORATED. that Charles K. OldKam would win the duly turuod the trick. "Way back in IN ADVANCE The Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made. nomination for Sheriff without serious 1875 McCreary defeated John M. Har- Quality Groceries Await You It gives a strong, yet soft, white light; and it never flickers. It preLocal and Long Distance - 1912 opposition, but Mr. Oldham has decided lan, late of the Uuitcd States Supremo WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3 Here serves the eyesight of the young; it helps and quickens that of the old. all Telephone 83 not to make the race. Mr. Oldham said Court, and the ablest man Kentucky You can pay $5, $10, or $20 for other lamps, but you cannot get us that be would like to bo Sheriff Republicanism ever produced. This Rayo gives. ARE. MICROBL5 better light than the and deeply appreciate! the proffered year ho defeated another jurist, E. C, Easily lighted, without removMade of solid brass, nickel-plateIN YOUR 5CALP? support of leading Democrats in. every d'Rear.who onlv this week resiened precinct in tho county, and that he felt from the State's highest court. When ing shade or chimney. Easy to dean and rewick. vast Polcn cicxywljere ; or write for daaipim drcskr direct to ur gax7 ef & It Has Been Proved That Mi sure he could win, but that hispossi McCreary was inaugurated in 1875 tho business interests precluded the I State Capitol was a little crobes Cause Baldness. bility of his making the race and that stono structure, rolic of a (Incorporated) era. Professor Unna, of Hamburg, Ger he bad notified his friends to this When ho was inaugurated yesterday, it was in a magnificent, modern million-dollmany, and Dr. Sabourand, the leading effect.' Second-s- t elephone 39 Few building. the French dermatologist, discovered that a Guarantees Parisian 5age for were there. Tho menof who old boys cheered microbe causes baldness. - Their theory , ... , ee themselvos hoarse for the Governor of has time and again been amply verified railing naif anq uanaruil. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclono The and live stock insurance. Wo want you to know that the girl 1875 were mostly under the sod. through research experiments carried tf I d is on every bottls men who were present at on uudcr tho observation of eminent with the Auburn-hai- r J, B. Stouffer nas reopzned a first class shop. Suits made yesterday's function wore mostly boys scientists. Tho microbe lodges in the and carton of PARISIAN SAGE. ' Wo want you to know this for your in 1875. And tho bulk of those who Sebnm, which is the natural hair oil, to order made at home by experieced Tailors. Oer and when permitted to flourish it dc-- 1 own protection, for there are many iml- - rushed up to grasp the hand of Ken stroys tho hair follicles and in timo the tations, and it is an easy matter to get tucky's Governor yesterday were not 000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by even born when McCreary last hold a pores enliroly close, and the scalp grad-- 1 tho spurious article. Tailors. "You can always get the genuine PAR- - gubernatorial reception. Since his last nally takes on a shiny appcaranco. When this hanoens there is no hono of ISIAN SAGE at Perry's drug store for trial at governing the State, McCreary George Marischen, Cutter I United States a revived. x Per- - tho growth ofa hair being which wi'J, we only 50c a bottle and he will not deceive has beenandCongressman, of Tho Haguo a member Senator Wo havo you. remedy The dependability of fectly Fitted line honestly believe, remove dandruff, ex-- 1 And at that he s 71 PARISIAN SAGE is rigidly guaran- - Peace Conference Malthoid Roofing has been dandruff, falling hair and scalp years young and having the time of his terminate the microbe, promote good teed for life!" itch. proven by Nuxol Victor fculation in .th0 scalp and , tighten and revitalize the , It is a most delightful and invigorat special tests covering Foley Kidney Pills anQ VX)atS ' hair aoots, and overcome baldness so ing hair dressing that puts life and a period of Made to "special order" Only l,onS M there is any lire left in tho brillianco into tho hair and causes it to always give satisfaction bocause they many years. always do the work. J. T. Shelnut, grow if tho hair root be not dead. i nair roots, you will use always if Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Wo back It's the tonic Made in the largest factory in Style, fit and material guar- own personalup this statement with our you use it once. Kidney Eills with great satisfaction and guarantee that this remedy the world it is absolutely anteed. Call and see samples called Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will bo found more relief from their uso than Robertson county last year only paid right in every detail. and style books. any other kidney medicine, ana i ve supplied free of all cost to the user if out 50c in jail fees, there is not a almost all kinds. 1 can cheerfully tried it fails to do state. It resists fire prisoner in the county jail and the to all sufferers for It will frequently help to restore gray grand jury-ha- s is acid proof nothing to do when it recommend them A. Moores Mrs. and faded hair to its original color, pro- meets and hardly ever returns an in kidney and bladder trouble." Foley water and weather proof-K- eeps Richmond, Ky viding loss of color has been caused by dictment. The people are prosperous Kidney Pills will euro any case of kid 220 Second Street disease; yet it is in no sense a. dye. and happy and only need a railroad to ney or bladder trouble not beyond the heat in the building in reach of medicino. No medicino can Rexall "93" Hair Tonic accomplishes finish their development. winter. Stockton & Sox. do more. these results by aiding in making every Keeps it out in summer. 4 YOU RISK NO MONLY. hair root, follicle and pigment gland Birds, Fish and Game. I strong Malthoid will last as long as the and active, and bv stimulating a. flow of coloring pigment Our Reputation and noney natural I " tI building it covers. K In an editorial articlo on fish and gamo throughout thchsir cells. protection, thn Lexington lierald urges A rp, Rari, nf Tkis Offer. It is inexpensive NO SOOT NO DIRT NO SMOKE We exact no obligations or promises EVERYTHING ONSU MED that sportsmen, "all men, in fact, who we iimnlv ask vou to cive- - Rexall " 0 Pay for all the medicino usod are interested in the propagation of fish easy to lay and your roof troubles At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue fails 93" nair Tonic a thorough trial and if I during tho. -trial, if our remedy .1 are over when Malthoid is laid. and game," ought to join either tho . . to completely relieve you oi cosnp.i- - Kentucky Fish and Game Protectivo not satlsf5ifl Inll us. and wn will rnfnn.l If you doubt ask tha monev vou naid us for it. Two I tion. We take Association or tho Audubon Society, or obligated to us in any way whatever, if both. Giving some reasons therefor tho General Bradstrect to give s:zes. prices 50c and SI. Remember, Uou can obtain ft, in Richmond only at yu accept our offer. Could anything Herald says: you a line on Malthoid Make: our store Tho Rexall Store Perry's bo more fair for you! Is there any rea"Kentucky needs a thorough rovision The Paraffine Paint Co. I The only jointlees leg bottom and base with full son why you should hesitate to put our of the laws for tho protection and pre drug store. of San Francisco claims to a nractical test? radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has oazation of fish and game. The fields No Morel and G)hicago No MoreM Ot rellagra. A most scientific, common sense treat- ever been made in the history of the stove industry. and woodlands of Kentucky should "s Thr health antlioritios of Tennessee ment is Rexall lOrderlies. which aro abound with gamo and the streams loii-Eta- is Co. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove are planning to establish tho ollico of eaten like candy. They are very pro- - shnnlil tnnm with fish. there But a; air-tigfira-keepibelow the grate, which is the means of nounccd, gentle and pleasant in action, practically no game or fish in tire State, inspector of corn meals as a Richmond, Ky fighting tho Pellagra, tho malady that and particularly agreeable in every due to the ruthless destruction by somo principle. has already to its credit 2.500 sufferers way. They do not cause diarrhoea, who call themselves sportsmen, and will be as good a fire keeper twenty years henee in that Slate. This official will co- - nausea, flatulence, griping, or other Jn- many who do not even resent being as it is today. operate and work under tho pure food convenience. Rexall Orderlies are par- - termed insDector. Tho State health authorities ticularlv cood for children, aged and The Hot Blast Air-TigFlorence will heat tvrtee "Tho man who dynamites a stream hao reached tho conclusion, after an delicate persons. ought to be sent to the penitentiary; the space that can be heated by any other stove the We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies man who kills birds out of season, exhaustive examination, that meal Oldham Building earth at one-ha- lf the cost. is directly re- at our risk. Three sizes, 10c, 25c and who made from impure corn kills song birds at any season, Ky sponsible for the outbreak of Pellagra. 50c. Remember, you can get llexall ought to be put in stocks. The only perfect floor beater that is or has Public Remedies in this community only at public opinion alone, been made. IT. our store Tho Rexall Store. Perry's opinion, and the enforcement of even can GREENLEAF S HERRINGTON NO FOR the bring about All features are patented aad so sfeova manufacdrug store. inadequate laws now on the statuto Lawyers You Are Shown the Way turer, dealer or user can copy or use same books. Tho Kentucky Fish and Gam Organized. Wilson Club Office in Douglas & Simmons' new Protective Association can bo of great from date of patent without incurring liability for am Out A Woodrow Wilson club has been or Building on Second Street service in crystalizing public opinion. ' (Wahl Adding Mechanism) ganized by the college students and citiaetion for damages. opp. Court House There can be no just reason why any Working hand in hand with the Audu reader of this will continue to suffer zens ot Berea. Charles Flanory, of bon Society, supported, as il will be, by tho tortures of an aching back, the an- Owsloy county, was chosen president, the great majority of the intelligent The machine which reduces every operation If is noyance of urinary disorders, tho dan and C. C. Rhodus vice president. The nowspapers of the State, it ought to of writing and calculating to a mechanical gers of serious kidney ills when relief is membership has already reached tho secure at the coming session of tho legisbasis. is labor saving accord, Attorney at-L- a possible and proof given that thoso ills 100 mark. Stump speeches and must lature the enactment of better laws and I ing to directions: cal talent will bo employed from the can be cured. Tho following is con Kentucky. Richmond, accelerate the growth of public opinion club s membership to canvass sur Illustrated vincing proof, for thoir enforcement." Tho No. 21 will heat 1 small room all winter with two Urns e slack or torn- ffice over State Bank & Trust (Jo., op booklet John W. Forman, 8 Montgomery rounding mountain territory, where a sent on coal. posite Court House, on Main Street. is 'being found. street, Mt. Sterling, Ky., sa3s: "I think strong sentiment request Cantrill Tobacco Bill Passed. Tho No. 49 er No. 2 1 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all wtator with 2 1 tons my kidney trouble was tho result of The Danger of La Grippe The Houso of Representatives unani slack or lump coal. Blanton, heavy work. I was compelled to give The No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter wMh S leas V stock 'to- tendency to pneumonia. To mously passed tho Cantrill Tobacco bill. -up all work that, required stooping on is its final s DENTIST lump coal. cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's The bill provides for a account of a weak and lame back. I lo Benmtt BalUine. Tho No. 53 or No. 27 will heat 5 rooms aH winter with 4 tees ef staak r tamp Honey and Tar Compound. R. E. census report of the amount of manu unly f E1.ZPHONK IK had been laid up for several days at a soal. Fisher, Washington, Ksa., says: "I was factured leaf tobacco in the hands of time, and some timo ago began to look Tho No. 55 will heat a large store or school room with C tens f slaek w lump with a severe attack of la dealers and manufacturers above a cer 134 South Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky around for a cure. Until I began using troubled coaL For a church, less coal will be required. grippo and nothing I used did mo any tain grade, and will enable tobacco Doan's Kidney Pills I did not find any- Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner f the informa with pneu growers to have price-fixin- g South Bound.. thing'that Would prove of benefit-t- o me. good, and I was threatened me to use tlon. Senator Bradley favors the bill sizo and heat twico the spaco. monia. A friend advised I was soon well a'nd strong, and now I Foley's Honoy and Tar Compound and and will try to push it through the No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives FOR SALE BY t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. am entirely frco fiom dcidney trouble. I got some at once.- - I was relieved from Senate', No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De I am pleased to give Doan's Kidney DOUGLAS, 5IMMONS parts 0:45 a. m. the very first. By the time I had taken Pills my endorsement." Mo., girls have formed a No. 1. Louisville to Bcnttyvillo St. Louis, three bottles my la grippe was gone. I For sale by all dealers. Prico 50c. The 2nd Street Haroware Store Arrives 12:10 p. ml Departs 12:15 Foley's Honey und Tar Com- - club whose Purpose is to break up the Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole believe pound to be the best medicine I ever habit of kissing men who wear mus No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar agents for the United States. rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12a. m always keep a bottle with taches, their idea doubtless being that Remember the namo Doan's and used and if they mdst tackle the microbe, they No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Stocktos & Son. me. j3-ltako no other. arrives ana departs n:3i a. m. prefer to meet him in the open in hon is No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via SELL OUR WINDOWS Roads and Rural Delivery. orable combat and not be WINDOWS Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m and-ou- r Turkey Trade. The Postofllce Department is notify No. 3. Louisville to Bcattyville It is reported in many parts of the ing the various postmasters of the coun p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m Arrives Teleis State that comparatively few turkeys try that tho roads must bo put in good No. 0. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan sell market. order along rural free delivery routes. all , were sold for the Christmas field ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs tJaccusor to Burgm & Denny Growers woro unwilling to tako the Citizens of the rural districts who apv:2a p. m. in is price offered and hold them for more preciate the advantages of having a all. North Bound majy sell , Over State Bane & Trust Company money. This slate of affairs will prob- postofQco at their doors should be suffi TELEPHONE 298 with Try No. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives ably result in more being kept over for ciontly patriotic to tako an interest in and Departs 4:10 a. m. all sell cusbreeding purposes and a larger crop the roads over which Uncle bam s car- - T"v will "Q No. 10. Stanford to- - Cincinnati and JCvODU VJ - LJtnext year. riers must travel in the daily performMaysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m : : : : : Departs 0:25 a. m. ance of their duty. A good road lightens all I immeasurably ' the carrier's burden and 1 r, No. 2. Beatty ville to Louisville K O- rr. , V. i tin ueparis i :u a m iirnves i.iot a. ui. t Telephon-- j 267 If you really mean that you want to keeps him in better humor with his No, 23. Louisvillo to Richmond via drive every bit of catarrh from your patrons and his job. tie can deliver his Office in Oldham Buildine Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m nose and tbroat why not try a sensible niail much more promptly and most No. 39. Knoxville to Cincinnati Ar remedy that is guaranteed to banish satisfactorily to all persons ooncerned if rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00p. m ho has a smooth highway to travel and Tudiciously-SpenSuccessor to Tate & Son catarrh or money back! t No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive If you already own a little hand rub- - is not compelled to lose timo and tem L. Main 3:00 p. m. . ber IIYOMEI inhaler vou can buy a per dodging obstructions or uoundcring No. 4. Beattyvillo to Louisville, bottle of HYOMEOI (pronounco it in and out of mud holes on the way. Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m High-o-mtv tt n Tin for only 50c. If you do not w:ni...,... -- i.i No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Arown an inhaler ask for complete Iiyo- - physician, died lait week in his 80th JTUt LltO rives and Doparts 4:51 p. m. meloutfit which contains an inhaler year from infirmities of old age. No's 31. 37, 33, 27. 34. 23, 33. 32 ar this will cost you $1. Because dollar for dollar wo do Dally trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 7e Then breathe HYOMEI and got rid of not beliove there is anything else daily Except Sunday. catarrh. Relief comes in five minutes. A day's treatment will make you happy, on earth that brings the rr i a week's treatment and snuffles, mucus pleasure as a homo. And again, and hawking go, another week and by investing right hero in your good-by- e lo catarrh. Try it today on m.oney back plan. Sold at B. L. Jlid- home community you are" dealing U3 dolton's and druggists everywhere. in valucs ou understand and with X pcoplo you know; hence th3 risk A curious fellow about town recently Young and old have of loss is completely eliminated. To get good results in shotgun shooting, asked a well known Richmond man them. Some abuse them. What you dont .know about lum . it is necessary to have a load that makes an why his nose was so red. The man re j j They get tired, starved. plied: "Jly nose is simply blushing ber we are here to toll you and even pattern, gives good penetrations "and is with pride over tho fact that it has SYMPTOMS: L-o- of we may be able to help you avoid , reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester never been poked into anybody's busij sleep and appetite, inmany of the mistakes that aro fre ness." all- this, Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. digestion, irritability, quently made in tho selection of eventually wrecked conlumber unsuited for different pur- The next time you buy, insist upon having tbera. Foley's Honey and Tar ComLooking Through. j in stitution. pound "Cures Doses. Some lumbor is O. K. for THE RED W Our list of paints vou will be amaze Every Case." outside uses and not worth a cent Alcoholic remedies at the many varities for Special uses. for interior finish, and vice versa. stimulate only. James, McCaffery, manager of the Mr. We know just what is best for There Are Paints For Every SchliU Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recomz t t -- t W Foley's Honoy and Tar Commends most purposes and have it in stock Purpose. pound because it cures in every case. and let's to show you. Drop-IFrom tho usful water paints for cell -"I have U5d Jt myself and I havo recwalls, barns, etc., to the finest of var soothe and ixjurishes, talk it over ommended it to many others who have nishes and polishes for the furniture or feeds the nerjfet. A piano. Tell us what you want to do and since told mo of its great curative Mr Farmer 3IakoTour Lome as modem for jour family as a city ret power in diseases of the throat and natural nerve-focr- J, con" we'll supply tho paint product with Nt Place L'i4e "Tfere's dence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a wbioh to da it taining die salts ol Hypo-phosphitny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, who lungs," says Mr. McCaffery. Foley's yon and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben Honey and Tar Compound is a reliab'o Iodine and efits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters family medicine. Give it to your chil Glycerine. Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Far merev Lines dren, and tako it yourself whonyotf feel Todd-Edwar- ds Paints , Wall Paper rate If at present you are aot enjoying telephone service, we can immediately Mi cures If nes cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississipo a cold coming ou. It checks and anterestyon, Onr 208 East Main Phoae.449 coughs, colds and croup and prevents portion of Indiana and Illinois. Liouisianaand the Southern "n-RICHMOND, KY bronchitis and pneumonia. Refuse subStocktoh & Son. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Iacoriorawd stitutes, Declines To Make Race For Sheriff. TIE CLIMAX POINTING CO Richmond's Quality B. Walker Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb SANTA IS THINKING NOW Meat Market s. Reading Lamp f1 at T Choice Pork T. O. Bluegrass Real Estate Company, GS!.rSnS Richmond, Ky low-pric- ed d. Standard Oil Company by-go- Broaddus. Sanitary Meat 4 ar Gorgets Coats ... New Tailoring Shop gray-haire- Suits Corsets and 1 Malthoid Gossard Beefing J, Also large price. of ready made Clothing, Suits Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced k J. B. STOUFFER. 222 West Man Street. as-v- rc J. urn IT.-- THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION ht Se Hand Writing Qalculaiim Wsr oly tre ng J. Both are eliminated by the T. FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Richmond, It ht Remington REASON evr Adding and Subtracting Typewriter fori? operated the Florence WRITING VISIBLE VISIBLE ADDIN'G 3-- 4arryM 0-OQ- semi-annu- L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- BEAR IN MIND one of the most That our grocery complete to be found anywhece, unsurpassed. service phone your order. Our stock of seeds the best the county. We an us guarantee them, always be a order and you tomer. & DLATHLRAGL to .er m bush-whack- 5EL OUR. to an ars .R. Emmett Million C:-1- DENTIST Lt , - IjpggS To To To To whom whom whom whom we we we shall o. we UNDERSELL D. B. McKinney ' A 1 . Telephone 35 Street Mon'ey is i hat HottieS To One and All We Wish You A Happy New Year We are liappy ttf announce the past year -- BLACK POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS as the best in our commercial history, for which we thanfe our loyal friends and -- patrons IRANI the bonds' of precedent and for your;, daily inspection the finest array of ihe world's best merchandise is offered you year we expect to break - For Rural Telephones Scott's Emulsion ky. n es, Se. B, Juctt & Son W. D. Oldham & Company no alcohol; sti m - Lumber . RICHMOND'S GREATEST ea Co. i if tmift ,,Ymmrt TrrimTn m an mm .. - Tir- - - .a.....-- . ,j - - .... -. -- J . - - .mi h ilM-rmiMllllril- n 'ill. in Tn'-'- -" "- " - il lMMlfcl MFWir : 1 WHEN painted your residences a "d store buildings need nnd papered, or decorated in any way, see me about it, as I am prepared to do all kinds of Painting, Decorating and Paper flanging'. will work axoept such as I invite 3Tou to inspect at all times before being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate a share of year patronage, and promise yon in return for same honest work and materials. .use-nothing I in the way of materials on your Very respectfully yours, W. L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky WANTED The Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. IMOOKPOBATBD. SUOCCSEC TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sail your tobacco. We have put ia additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter yourTpbacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. MVI US A TRIAL, PHONE, 251. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET XEAR L. RICHMOND. N. DEPOT KENTUCKY I Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January . Call and 1 see us and we will convince you March and Douglas State Normal KXPENSRS VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Preparatory, State f fiTlRCFC cate. Life Diploma, TUITION Certifi-LlUl3L- iJ County Certificate, Review, Special TO APPOINTEES FREE giving force and power to lor voice and bearing. "And you condemn me fori that one mistake?" said the man. "No," returned the woman, "neither will I condemn him for that one mistake." "But he's gone, I tell you." r "And he will come back, I Snow." "He thinks you dead." V "So did you." "But I came back, not he." "You were your own .master," said the woman swiftly. "You could go where you pleased. He was subject to the decision of othersT I trust him still." "And you don't trust me?" "I trust you enough, but I don't love you." "O Kate, think! There must be something in what I feel for you to move you. I did not know what it was. I did not realize It I came back in the first place as much because I had been a blackguard and a coward and wanted to set myself right in your eyes as because I cared for you, but every hour of search made me know my own heart and since I have seen you, since I see you now, there is nothing I would not do for you. There Isn't any expiation or amendment or anything now, but because I am a man, and love you, I want you. I want to make you happy. And I am the one man in the world that ought to want you and want to make you happy. It Is for that I have come back to you." "How terrible are the arrangements of blind fate," said the woman. "I must believe what you say. You awaken my pity, my tenderness, my consideration, but these are all. He Is not by to hear and therefore I will say, for you deserve the truth, that Just as you say you love me, nay, thon, Just as you do and more a thousand times, I love that man. It would be a crime, a sin, a bodily profanation, a mental and spiritual degradation to which the other" be knew to what she alluded as she paused "were nothing, if I should come to you with my whole heart and soul given to the man," she threw her hand out in a great sweeping gesture, "yonder out at sea." "But he doesn't love you." "O yes, he does. Not as I would be loved, I admit not as, please God. I shall be loved by him. He doesn't Wisknow; he doesn't understand. dom will come to him and he will come back." "It might be so," said the man. "I But he believes you came back. dead." "And didn't you when you searched for me during those three years?" "No," answered Langford, "I had a confident hope that somewhere you were alive." "And will he not have that "hope, too?" "I cannot believe It There was a long, frightful pause. The woman sighed deeply. "It may be as you say. It may be that we are separated forever. It may be that I shall never look upon him again, nor he upon me, but that makes no difference. I do not love you. I cannot lore you. If he Is dead, I shall lore his memory until I meet him, if so be I may be found worthy of that and I will keep myself for him. No other man shall have what belongs to him." They had stepped nearer the entrance of the care, which was a spacious one, as they spoke. The beauty of the woman in that soft light was so intense that It cast orer Langford a spelL He heard the sound of her voice, but did not heed what she said. Suddenly he caught her in his arms. "Kate," he cried, "we are alone here and I am master. That Is my ship like. You shall be on the yacht to me as my sister." "It can't be," Eaid the woman.. "Don't 'you see that I can accept rib favors from you?" ' "But no one need ever know; I will discharge the crew of the yacht in some - South American port They ' will scatter " "God would know and I would know and when I see him again, I would have to tell him. It would make it harder for me. And I don't want vto go back. I will wait here for him." "Kate," said the man impulsively, "It was ungenerous of me not to have told you before. They took him away from the Islands senseless, raving with brain fever. He collapsed stricken as if dead on the sand by that little heap of clothes and the Bible which bore your message. He thought you dead. He left the ship in the early morning to seek you. The shock was too much for him." "He loved me, then," said the woman. "Yes," said Langford, wringing the admission from his lips, "he loved you enough almost to die for you." "But he is not dead. He was not when you left the cruiser?" "No, they signaled me at noontime in answer to my Inquiry that the doctor thought he would finally pull through, although it would be a long, terrible siege; but If he dies, Kate, If I got back and found that he. Is dead and come here " "Don't come back," said the woman. "Don't tell anyone that I am here. Let no one ever come back unless the promptings of his heart and the leading of God should bring him to me." "Is this your final, absolute decision?" "My final and absolute decision. Nothing can alter it, nothing, absolutely nothing." "O Kate!" "Don't" said the woman. "It is useless and only breaks your heart and wrings mine. Now, you must go. No one has seen you from the yacht ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOOUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. This cave is sheltered from where she lies. No one need know that you have found me. Indeed I want you to give me your word of honor, to swear It by all that you hold sacred that you will never tell anyone, much less him, that you came back and found me alive." "You set me a hard task," faltered the man. "But I am sure," continued the woman, "it Js not too hard for you to accomplish. Come, you have said you wanted to make amends. That is all past now, forgotten" and forgiven, but if you really would make mo happy, you will promise what I say." "And what is that again?" "On your word of honor as a by all that you bold sacred, you will never mention to a human soul that you found me here alive." "On my word, by all that I do hold sacred, by my' love for you, Kate, I will not speak Unless In some way you . give me leaye." "So help you God!" said the woman solemnly. "So help me God!" replied the man with equal gravity. ' "And now you must go." "I have one request to- - make, of you, Kate, before I go," said Langford. "If I can grant it, .you .may be assured I will." "It Is very easy. Will you stay In this cave for two hours?" "I have no "watch," said the woman, "but I will guess the time as best I can." "Then," said the man, "go down to tho beach. The yacht will be gone." "Valentine," said the woman, "you don't mean to stay here on- the Island?" "I would stay gladly," returned, the other, "if I thought that I were welcome, but I know that cannot be." "I will wait," said the woman, gen-Uema- "Good-bye!- " 'Goin g to Build? Lumber BLANTON-COa&LETOn IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR "Kate!" Said the Man, Impulsively. UhdUUl GQHPjlT Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 yonder. J can have you bound hand and foot and take you aboard of her. I will say that you are mad, that I am taking you back to the United States to your friends. You must come back with me, I can't let you go." "ValenUne," said the woman, quietly, "if you do not instantly release me, I will kill you where you stand. You don't realize how strong I am. See!" 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YEAGER The Climax is drily $1 With a quick, sudden morement she caught his arms with her free hands and literally tore them apart To her lithe nnd vigorous body she added spirit and determination which made her Indeed more than a match for the slender, somewhat broken man before her. "You see," she cried. She stood between him and the doorway, one hand outstretched, the fingers open. "I could kill you before you left this care. You told me that you had sent your men back to the ship and that you were alone upon the Island, and I could hide where "I hid before and they would find your dedd body here upon the sands. That would be all." "Kill me If you wish," said the man recklessly. "I don't care. Perhaps that would.be the better way." "No," said the woman, "I respect you too much for that" "Respect "Yes. You hare shown ms what you are by what you have done, all but this mad action of a moment since, ana; I can understand that my friend, lor I too lore, and it seems to me that I would brook anything, everything, for one moment like that you fain would hare enjoyed. But we are not children, neither are we savages to act like beasts of prey. I for give you. j trust you." She came close to him and laid her hand tsjwc his arm. "1 respect you, I admire you!" ".Everything." said the man, "but love me." t "Everything but that" assented the woman quietly. "I shan't .offend again," returned the man. "Neither by force nor per suasion can I effect anything. Kate." ue saia aiier another pause, ' come back-Y- o the United States or to some civilized land. The world Is before you. I will land you where you please a a give you or leal you scoaey wmanAo Wtfble you to get where you mr She extended her hand to him. He seized it In his own trembling grasp and kissed it He remained a mo ment with his lips pressed to her hand and she laid her other. hand upon his bended head. He heard her Hps murmuring words of prayer. He released her hand, stooped Jower, laid something at herifeet, turned and resolutely marched out Into the sunlight The woman lifted her hand, the hand he had kissed. It was wet with tears. The man had left her with a breaking heart. She sat down upon the sand to think her thoughts during her two hours wait Her bare foot touched something metallic She bent over and picked It up. It was his watch. He had claced It there. The simple kindness, the spontaneous generosity of the little action moved her aa had not all his pleas, and she mm gled her own tears with his upon her hand. She looked at the watch after a while and found that more than two hours had elapsed, nearly three. The latter part of ihe Ume had fled swiftly in thoughts of him. She was hungry nnd thirsty, too. It was noon. She went out on the sands.- - The yacnt was nowhere to bo seen. She could not have gotten below the hori zon,. She divined that he had sailed around the Island and away in that direction. There was a pile of boxes and things on the sand above the high water mark. She stepped toward It and opened one" of the sea chests. It wnn filled with books and papers, a strange collection. He had ransacked the yacht for her. Another chest con tained provisions with which she had long been unfamiliar. There were toi let articles, pieces of cloth, writing paper, pencils, a heaping profusion of all that he fancied she might need, that might afford solace and compan lonshlp to her and alleylate the lonell ness of those hours. In her heart she thanked him, nnd lifting up ber hands, she blessed him again. He bad made life possible and tolerable to her. She could write, she could read, she could sew. And air this while she could hope and dream. I Bficholy had settled. Not the melancholy of InepUtude and Indifference, not the melancholy that made him do nothing, unmindful of the large Issues of life In which he had been suddenly plunged, not the melancholy that paralyzed his acUvities, but the melancholy that comes from the presence In the heart of an unplucked sorrow that neither ume nor chance nor occupation could uproot; a melancholy tnat came from the sense of bereavement ever growing more "keen and more poig nant as the period or Bereavement lengthened and which sprang from a and consciousness of Imperfections failures for which no after achieve ment could atono. It had not been difficult to establish his rights. Whlttaker and the chaplain, armed with the depositions, had taken the man across the continent when, the ship had been put out of commission at San Francisco, and presented him to his uncle, the Charnock In residence in that great house on the Nansemond shore overlooking that estuary of the James by Hampton Roads. The old man, childless and alone,, had welcomed him gladly. The newcomer was of the Charnock blood. It was a strange moment for the Islander when they took him Into the and showed him great drawing-roothe pictures of his father and of his mother. He was the living image of the man, tempered with some of the mother's sweetness. This remarkable likeness Indeed he was not unlike his uncle as well coupled with the material proofs, the ring, the Bible, the evidence of the ship, together with what was known, removed every lin gering doubt from the minds ot those most concerned. The family was reduced to those two, the uncle and the nephew. The old man 'formally and legally recog nized the relationship and offered to transfer the property rightfully his. which since the discovery ot coal had Increased enormously In value, to the newcomer, but Charnock would have none of It then. He recognized his unfitness to deal with such things. If the older man would retain It, be could give It to him at his death. Meanwhile be could teach and train him how to use it Bereft ot his one guide, his one inspiration In life, he would need wise counsel and careful leading indeed. In addition to the formal recogni tion, the elder man legally adopted the younger and constituted him the heir to his own property which was almost as extensive and as valuable as that which rightly belonged to the nephew. And then these formalities being com pleted, the lieutenant-commande- r and the chaplain summoned elsewhere by their duties, bade the two farewell and left them. Charnock could not have fallen Into better hands. Education was his first requirement and he applied himself to it with a fierce energy and a grim determination which presently, from the splendid foundation which bad been laid enabled him to progress sufficiently to take his place and hold bis own with men and women. It was Impossible to keep secret forever the details of such a story as his, especially when It was linked with a name so famous and still remembered as that of Katharine Brenton, and It had been decided byCaptAshby and Whlttaker and the man himself tbat such portions of it as would suffice to explain his own presence and her fate should be' given to the world. Upon the foundation thus afforded romance builded. Charnock immediately became a marked man. He would have been a marked man. in any event from the financial power that he possessed. His uncle's management had been wise and prudent he bad spent little and bad saved much, so that Charnock found himself the possessor of vast riches In the form of available capital. Among the first things he learned was the power of money. Had be not been steadied by the memory of the woman, be would probably have learned It to his sorrow. As It was, be was almost miserly. He" spent little upon himself. His wants were astonishingly few and contact with the world did not develop extravagant Ideas, Those were things which he was too old to learn, against which he had been anchored. He was sarins what he had and what he could get tor some great purpose, a purpose ot help, of assistance in which be could commemorate her name, for which future generations should rise up and call her blessed. He had 'long talks with his uncle about it The old man would 'fain hare had his nephew marry and carry on the ancient line, Delicately, tenderly, be broached the subjeat after a time, but the suggestion met with ab solute refusal. Women Interested Charnock as men did. Indeed his interest in bis kind was Intense. The. Intellectual stimulus of conversations with bright, Intelligent people was the most entrancing result ot his contact with the world. But none of them touched his heart That was burled on that gemlike Island In the far off sea. He was a man of unustfal force of character, prompt and unyielding decision. His uncle had not lived his long life without being able to estimate men. He recognized very early a fiagaiicent beginkla and by devoting to It the whole revenue of his estate, and the estate itself after he died, gradually the enterprise would be achieved. There was no necessity for secrecy about it Indeed with that simplicity and candor so unusual- - and so unconventional, which touch with the world had never been able to alter, he had spoken of his plana without reserve and he had declared with equal frankness that what he was doing was in memory of the noblest and the truest of women, to whom he owed it that he was a human being and not an animal. Whlttaker, ot whose judgment he thought highly and with desert was called from the naval service to be the executive head of the great undertaking. The spiritual work was to be placed in the hands of the chaplain who had so endeared himself to the promoter and deviser of It all. Charnock realized that these men who bad known Katharine Brenton would enter more sympathetically into his views and could be depended upon to carry them out In case anything happened to him. He and his uncle and one or two others of excellent judgment whom he had met, were associated with the two mentioned to carry out all the founder's plans. Now, this thing was not done In a corner. The news ot it was carried over the United States and spread even to foreign lands. The world read It and marveled again, A newspaper carrying an account of It fell under the eye of a lonely man in San Francisco, who had just returned from a long royage In northern seas. The name "Charnock" caught "his eye first; and then Langford saw the name of the woman he lored. He read with aridity, appreciating as none could better do than he from his trained business acumen the scope and yet the feasibility of the undertaking. He had wondered cynically what would be the career ot the man In the United States. He knew the value, as did every business man, especially every man with large transportation interests like his, of the Charnock estate. He would have wagered that Charnock would lose his head as ninety-ninmen out of a hundred would have done, and that intoxicated by the sudden touch of the material world which was at his feet, he would have gone the usual pace; and he would have won bis wager had It not been for the Immortal memory they ot woman the both loved, he felt bitterly enough He sat alone In his office In the great building and pondered over the account In the paper. He had been mistaken In the man. He was really worth while. He was worthy of the woman. If he had not sworn an oath, given his word He hesitated, smiling bitterly. The woman alone could release him. Should he sail down to the Island with that paper and tell that story. He had waited too long. The army surgeons of Alaska had told him the brutal truth; that he had but a few months to live and tbat If he had anything to do before he went out into the beyond, he had better do it quickly. No, he could not go down there and tell her and get released from his promise. Yet how Charnock would revel In such news as he, and he alone, could give him. He loved the woman and he hated the man. He could not bear to think tbat the man should have what was denied him. He could not bear to think of the woman he lored In another's arms. And yet he loved the woman. As he pictured Charnock happy, tor he pictured Kate sad, fret ting out her life on that Island as he had fretted out his on the ship. And be could make her happy by a word It be brake his oath and was false to the plighted word he had given her. Should he do It for her sake? Would she- - forgive him? He would be past forgiveness when she knew. Which was the stronger, his lore for the woman or his hatred for the man? If he spoke at all, it would be tor her sake, naught else. Would the man understand that would she? Whatever happened, he had possessed her; she had been his for brief hours. Did he hare the strength now to give her to someone else even though he were dead? Being dead, would he know? The struggle racked and tore him in his heart He could come to no de cision, at least not then. What he would do later would depend upon cir cumstances. One thing he could do and that was to go and find the man. Attending to such matters as were most pressing and taking the precaution to make his will, a strange will, at which his attorney ventured to remonstrate unavalllngly, at last he started on that journey across the continent In his private car. He left the car at Suffolk, Virginia, and with a motor which had been transported with blm he ran up the west side ot the inlet until he came to the manor house which a local guide, picked up by the way, pointed out to him. e . i : The spirit of the season promptss; .tp epjess to you our appreciation for the business entrusted to us during -- the past; year, arid we wish ou ajHappy andPrbspe;rous year to come Z. ,V. 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There was more than one woman who would have been glad to accept the man's suit; whom, if he had wooed ever so slightly be could have won, but be was friendly with everyone and In love with none. At the end of two years society gave him up as confirmed In his Isolation and loneliness. He was not' the less welcome, but he was Hp longer a matrimonial possibility, nor was he any more the wonder that he had been. New things engrossed public attention,- - The world presently took Charnock as, he would fain hare k take him. as a matter f course. He did things slowly, sot because that was bis nature, but from as ta vincible determination to' do thine right He made his plats deliberately' and had formulated aa enterprise "so comprehensive In its scope, so vast la its outlay and with, such Infinite posei bilities of help to the poor, the n wretched, the classes e society, that when the fcreahadowiaga of It were announced, people tod amazed. As uBefcrtaklBg m great vh not within the' power eves of Char nock. His reeetircee were utterly u equal to it but he had eaojich to mk -e-down-trodde- CHAPTER XXIII, A Great Purpose. Late springtime In old Virginia. The climate was not unlike tbat ot the is land during the cooler portions of the year, thought the man, standing on the old brlqk porch of the house set "upon a hill overlooking the pale green waters of" Hampton Roads, which Btretched far eastward past Newport News and Old Point Com fort to the blue ot the Chesapeake and far beyond that to the deeper blue of the ocean. Back ot him a tbousaBd leagues of land and more than a thousand leacues of sea Intervened- be tween him and- - the - object of his thoughts. Not for a day, sot for an hour, scarcely for a moment even was that Island out of his mind. There was pleasure and pain In the recollec tion of it Vxsm the mat's face a stern mel high-pillare- d porch overlooking the pale waters of Hampton Roads past Newport News and Old Point Comfort and the blue waters cf the Chesapeake and the bluer ocean beyond. The motor car was stopped outside the great gate at the end ot the long avenue of trees which led to the river road. It could have been driven' In, but as be approached the house more nearly with his mind still In a state of Indecision, In order further to collect his thoughts and because he was tired from the long ride and because he would not trespass on Charnock more than was absolutely necessary, Langford decided to walk. Now the sight of a motor car was not unusual and Charnock glanced at It Indifferently enough Until it stopped at the gate. That was out of the common, for most of those who came to visit him in such fashion turned In the drive and Btopped before the long flight of steps that led down from the porch to the terrace and from the terrace to the lower level of the lawn. He did not recognize the tall, slender figure which came' slowly up the path by the side of the drive under the great arch of trees. Still as the man drew nearer, he arose and with true Virginia hospitality, a hospitality he had easily learned since It was In his blood, he descended the steps- - to the terrace andwould have descended far- Uher to the roadway but that he sud denly recognised the visitor. "He stopped dead still, surprised, amazed. Langford ratarte'd, hesitated, threw back his head' and came resolutely oa. He Mewted the trit flight of steps and as he did so, Chaaaock turned, drew heck a little 'to make' way" for hiss the. two men" "faced "each' other upon the terrace. "Grea-Ded!cried the Virginian', at last, "yen el all aenV What 'are you doing here?" Hit - brew was dark; kia haaaa ctakfcad. "Why not I?" answered Langford coolly, a MHer smile e its llpei" " "To say that U ate after all that you hajre sMt" Man," aaM Um other, "didn't I k everything heaven that coul4 4 t tMAo-i- t She forgave me; It was that same late spring morning when John Charnock sat on the. A Promise Broken. ARDUI The Woman's Tonic JCl DANDRUFF AND ITCHING o m i Betsy's Pointers a woman "with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up witi joy and satisfaction just dro in amon the customers at Scalp Yield to Zemo Treat ment "Why . ui "- should you continue to experi ment with salves, greasy lotions and fancy hair dressings trying to rid your scalp of germ life? They can't do it, because they cannot penetrate to tho seat of the trouble and draw the germ life to the surface of the scalp and de stroy it. 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Give me a trial. can't and Horse shoeing,- - Blacksmithlng "Ne! aaawered. Charnock, movia repairing in all branches. tMrard htaa! James A. Moors. erM IjMcfari "Is your' 12-- tt fiiwt m asearl Have yo Dan Brack, fire, lightning,' cyeJea tf and live stack kMuraaee., TO BS COXTUTOED --- have enlarged our warehouse and en handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring.. Remember we pay the highest prices. T7e buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE yer iu Pest Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all kinds of Mcrvk"ty. "!" M. RICHMOND WIDES P-- 313 KENTUCKY n jPjflBpJ I L Whcn.You Add something each year home more.cpmfortable. zzrzL - V Moved To Richmond. moved from the county to Richmond to reams. jar. uiDSon nas purchased an Interest in the grocery and jneat busk ness of Wearen Kennedy, near the L. & if. depot. Mr. Jofen H. Gibson and family have ... ? A Wise Lad A mall Kiehatosd bey, asked by his Mother to aufgest a Mean for Christ- hbm dtaaer, wrste the following: First eoMrse Miaee pie: Second eourse Pumpkin pie and tur key and cranberries. Third course Custard pie, apple pie, chocolate cake and plum pudding. Desert Pie. . a - f - OPPORTUNITY! The fallowing poem by Judge Walter Malone, one.of the great, poets of tho South, ought to be pasted up in every young Hian'i room'.- .There - -- is inspiration. - la it. P lives THE ROYAL : - ; cf us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will surprised, though, how rapidly your aume baeomSts attraotire with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something hew every, I spring. that will make your it is difficult for most Stray Shoats. Two Shoats, one about 40 pounds and the other,aboui 75 pounds, eamo to my j place about six weeks ago. Owner can have same by paying expenso and prov ing property. Hades. Tukpijt. . One mile from Richmond on Four Mile pike, 03 2u ' Opportunity. , Splendid Attraction. is jr Try It A Splendid Stock of New' Up-to-Da- te Tho Harvey Stock Company is at the Opera House this week and those who haw attended pronounce it one of the best attractions that has been here this season Matinee performances will be giventhis afternoon and Saturday. Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Keady for yourselection now. Stockholders Meeting. There will be a meeting of the stock holders of tho Madison National Bank at their banking Jhouse in this city on Tuesday, January 9, 1912, between the hours of 9 a, m. and 3 p. m. for the pur pose of electing a Board of Directors for the year. " . They do mo wrong who say I come no more faU to find you in; For every day I stand without your door " And bid you work, and rise o fight and win. Wail not for precious chances passed away, - Weop not for goldeu ages on the wane! Each night I burn thorecorjs of the day At sunrise overy soul is born again! Laugh like a boy at splendors that have fled To vanished joys be blind and deaf and dumb; :My judgments seal the dead past with its dead, But nover bind a moment yet to come. Though deep In mire, wring not your hands and weep; llend my arm to all who say "I can." outcast over sank so deep , No shame-face- d But he might rise and bo again a manl Dost thou behold thy lost youth all aghast! Dost reel from righteous retribution's blow! Then turn from blotted archives of tho past. And find tho future's pages white as show. Art thou a monrnor? Rouse thee from thy spell; Sins may be forgiven; Art thou Each morning gives thee wings to flee from hell, Each night a star to guide thy feet to heaven. " When once I knock and . Cause of Divorce. At St. Louis. Mo., John T, Boone, a descendant of Daniel Bonne, secured a divorce from his wife, Ethel Boone, a descendant of Thomas Jefferson. The principal cause of the trouble is that Mrs. Boone harped on the superiority of Thomas Jefferson over Daniel Boono, and the husband would not stand for it, Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year. We have just closed a joyous and successful old year, so now lets have hope in ninteen hundred and twelve. Let us feel like we are looking forward to the best,, mm f - ft brighest and most prospective twelve months of our 1 The Lamb Crop. .By the beginning of the new year we usually find some speculative soul who nas bought Iambs of the next crop, but so far, we have not heard of a single lamb sale for next year. It is said the crop or ewes is about the size of the usual crop, as they do not require much caro and have not been sold off so clean If the ravages of vagrant dogs were not so sovere sheep raising would be a pro- ntaoie industry. j. i; IS We take this method of thanking our many friends and customers for their liberal patronage in the past, BENN ETT and UN DER k-wa- Special Notice. . Off for Florida. E. P. Miller and family, Edward Ross and family, O. W. Rose and family and Perry Roes, all of this county, left Wednesday to mako their homes in Florida. They are all good cltizons, and, while wo regret to see them leave Kentucky, yet the Climax wishes each and overy one of thorn abundant suc cess in their new home. Meeting of Stockholders. The annual meeting of the stockholders ct the State Bank and Trust Com pany 'will be held at their banking house in this city on Tuesday, January v, vjiz, between tbe hours of 10 a. m and 3 p. m. for the purpose of electing a roam or Directors for the year. Corn Stalk Disease Dr. Henry Lewis Casey was called to Shelbyvillo last week to enter into con sultation with Dr. Elseman, the State veterinarian and other prominent ts and hope to have the pleasure of waiting om. you in the future : : : : : : : HiGG ' 1 N S AKIflG of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury r " t c "- . sjsusj the Mw ef saeU rase the wtwtr mtai ttbru smith, wfDM. Bach ss except as pmertp-i-.lil- s phrXriint, m the dsrasge ''ii faU to the seed jreu can pos-- m then HalT CsUrrii Oirc. I J. Cbrmf k oa.. Tsieda. o.. cry. sat U taken hrtersaHr, the Mssi reueow sur-IB hsriw UsH's Catirrh i rrt the iwwmic. It hljkeo ir-lj ut. i te LOCAL AND j6 j OTHERWISE Headless Items Prepared lor the Hurried Header. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock. tf nl -. T,srtSaBlOlsGj The world's biggest apple orchard is in Kansas. It contains 64,000 trees. Old corn $4.25 per bbL by the load. For Rent Send your order to zz n the Summit. Apply to Arnold.& Simmons. tf ! O. T. Fox. "Start right. Keep right. Don't go Duroc Boars For Sala too fast, but keojj going. Work hard, z; c for sal atee pure bred Duroc never givo up." Don't assume to know it all, someD. A. ED thing may have happenpd since you started to talk. Rooms For Rent . . -- .l'eUu. ?(. per bettie. ruBllr riH 1st esBstlpaUen. rre, fSWtts 3 ' furnished Mrs. i Liuk crt T Come to Owen McKee, Richmond or unfurnished. Henderson, Westl Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others doand why not you. tf 27-- Tho regular monthly meeting of the Oity Council will be held aj, the City " use oa North Street with stable Hall tomorrow evening. c" outbuildings. The vineyards of Prance arp wtth T Mas. A. T. Million. $240 to $400 an acre and the flower and Blacksmith Shop for Rent vegetable lands $400 to SS00 an acre. 1 shop, equiped with all necessary Thos. A. Shellon," agent for Hurst z, : None but reliable man need ap-- J. Homo Insurance Co. Write me or phone W. Wilsox, 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. White Hall, Ky. Rioci's ice cream is delicious. Every one talks about it. Any flavor made Strayed or Stolen. to ordor and delivered promptly. tf : .'.op, weighs about 300 pounds, - - cars, tip end ef tail steak. Reward green Christmas makes a fat If "a " graveyard" the undertakers ought to t. lo Susan Campbell, 2S-- lt enter the new year full of encouragement. For Rent t -- -- Syca--ofree- r T "Doc" Quigley, famous dancer with with water and beat Al G, Field's minstrels, died at the building oa Second street. Pos-z- '- homo of his sister, Tuesday, in Columbus, Ohio. i fiven January 1st, 1912. Dooolas & Simmons. Office For Rent The B. P. O. E. Christmas tree was a featnre of the holidays, and many a For Sale. poor child of the town wa made happy urolinder. 18 herse power, five by this generous spirit of the Elks. jer, air cooled Franklin automo--n Don't pretend to bo better than you good running condition, tires Ad-- s are, because no matter how good you ; Doi as new. WiH sell cheap. 27 Ct may be there is always a little bit of the Box 025. Winchester, Ky. bad that is going to show up sometimes. i A:' Jenis will happen, but the best . A healthy man is a king in his own families keep Dr. Thomas! ;od : : icOil for seh emergencies. It right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up aes the pain and heats hurls. j8-lsound health keeps you well. J3 lm s, :! William F. Schooler, known as "Unare now do Bill" to tho craft, formerly of this Oome city, hands for oqilectkm. has accepted the, position of asc , aj id avoid the rush, as well as sistant editor qf the Experiment and, lie penalty, by prompt payment. Xows, of Norwalk, Ohio. ,f D. A. McCord. Sheriff. lacksmithing in, When in need pi BOOKKEEPING any of its branches, Farming ImpleRutfnec Phnnnnrsehv ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, TYPEWRITING and Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E, TELEGRAPHY Millor, UuionQity. Ky. f. WILBUR R.SH1TK BUSINESS COLLEGE Tho Maysville Bulletin says a quart .j Ffcidm; bu roars of experience In mercantile czl Lkm bailDwia. alo 33 yKAri edootinir Wo of whisky was accidentally broken at a r mrt Aifl oD fr taeeeft. JS4"Bnler daw. livery stable in that city, and a girl had IU SIX mi. Xxlnptoix. Aresi to hurry up town to get another, saying Chickens! Chickens!! she could not face her father without it. IVe Lave a few more Barred Plymouth Persons troubled with partial paral".3: oekerels and Pullets for sale ysis are often Very much benefited by N iv ,s 'he time to get your Pullets for massaging the afflicted parts thoroughly .. r ereggs. Our Pullets begin to lay when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. e months oW. We have Thomp- This liniment also relieves rheumatic ".strain. j3-lpains. All dealers. t-It : Taxes Due. ,r .ttcs for the year 1811 tt. ::! A. D. A KB C. D. MlLLBR, RIohmond, Ky Lexington yostcrday, and will, continue A splendid i persons havlBg claims against tbe until Saturday evening. te of Sidney Sleeker win please pre-s- r program has been prepared and. an Int Uiem to aae, rerlflod as required by teresting meeting is now -r. --i is -- ri or same w on or before January Why can-- woman travel around the .!i ne barred. streets or sail out In the country all day Persons indebted to the estate, will under the blazing hoi sun" bareheaded i'.ease call aftd settle beforo the above in an auto, out wpen sqg goes to cuurca J. W. Mpduc, Jn. j:.u she must wear a' quarter section hat ' Newly, Ky. it oj wljeaj. trimmed wjth n" aprcs qf corn? and eight Notice tp Greditors. a aH-apre' Administrator's Notica The annual meeting of the Kentucky State Horticultural society convened in Mi arsons having olalms of any Odd Fellows rtlecTbfn--- character against the estate of Lucien Ma1 '"n Lodge, Ko. 14, I. O. O. F., T Griggs are hereby notified to present ihem, proved as reo.fl;"by aw to lbe met at their lodge room Monday evening liudersigned erecutors atsihe Waco De- - and elected tne following officers for tbe Welter Wttburn, N. G.: I' 'Sit Bank. Wlall. Tvnnllir.trv on nr hn. ensuing year. fore February 1. 1912, or uok qlalmsW barley Shepherd,' V.' G:j N. B. Turpih; ccretaYy"; W. S. Stewart, Treasurer. C. L. Seauct, Removal Wm.-Bbxtox- , Executors of Lucien T. Griggs. 25-1- 1 This Decembor 1, 1911.'; Plenty of Oats and all kfnds of field eeds at aUraetiVe prices. 5e0 us Arnold & Simmons. TIRED RU Mr. Hugh TeWs, Manager of the Normal City Laundry, ha m,ov3 his office and also $ harbor shop from Sirst street to'the" new Gibson building on West Main, nearly ppposlte Hotel Glyndon. tf Real folate Ideals. Congleton & "liiw sold last week heir residence oa Broadway to Miss MarPossession for $1500. A North Carolina Man Suggests garet Parrish once. to be given at ""a Remedy property, one mile (rom The Greensboro, N. C. "For a long this city, on Irvine pike, belonging- to Ume I was so run down and debiliMr. tated that I could hardly drag around. G. E. Lilly, was sold last weesi to qodld. TfQt. Durham for $950,possession given Jan.l. My appetite was poor and Bleep nteots. J Ta3 t'ri4 different County Court" toniw without benefit I traa your cod liver and dvi8ed to try Notwithstanding thjQ extremely cold Iron tonic. TlnoL and I am so glad I weather JJanday'a fairly did, for it gave me a hearty appetite eame to town to attend county I soon commenced to $mv, ipflfc orowd JaoVe ac- court. The number of oattleatMadlson vgg aii was far beloyv the avers, tive thaJl I tare "for years. Every'run-dow- Stook Yards a aeoth' bet's? tf or debilitated person Bhould but prices were sold eeats frcua 2 Allebrook. pre'ws, OhH! Just tfve Vlnol a trial." K. lo 514 cents, with unuul deeaaad. What Vlnol did for tt AVwW g U V4)l 4o far vey week fMwfer Mule market was quiet, very lew eha-iBtfelfl violaRy. Te below hjafee deblUUted ersoa la haads and prices tfce show oar laRh we will farak prevailing at xnediclBefftwe if it jtee not de m ir lew sale. weJe Mpected wWi prieee claim. CMM- la. aM get & betUf ? PEOPLE Toll-gat- e - good-size- d n 1- -2 OKm. - disease which has attacked the cattle of Shelby county. The malady Is known as corn stalk disease, and probably re. Arrests Madfeon Man. suits from cattle eating corn stalks. Tuesday morning last Deputy Sheriff The report does not indicate the extent Bowmar's Mardi Gras Tour. - This Year Leap Year. and! best; of the disease. anowden arrested John Durham. W rile lo Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, The year 1912 is leap year. This will young Mhito man wanted,, in Richmond Ky., for folders giving details of an ideal qualitA, Terrill Elected Speaker. with prices : : : : unmar on the alleged charge of stealing a shotpersonally conducted Mardi Gras Tour be cheering nows to some of our After one of the hardest fought con ried girls who are nearing the age when gun from Reuben M. Hill, of near Whlt-lockleaving Richmond, Wednesday, Feb. 14, If Durham was placed in jail to tests Tor Speaker of the House on record 1912, visiting New Orleans, Mobile, thov will ba termed "old maids." the history of the Kentucky Legislathore are any such In the community, await the coming of a deputy sheriff in Montgomery, Ala., etc. Low inclusive Mr. from Madison county, who came over ture, Claude B. Terrill, of Trimble coun cost; limited party; everything firstclasr, wo suggest Mr. yesterday and took him back to Rich- ty, was elected over Harry Schobert, of , Mr 28-Yoodforq county, by a vote 43 to 29 on to "tucklo" mond Sowers' Gatling Gun. and others as good subjects the fifth ballot. The name of Wallace Receives Insurance. early in the season. Eaoh of them has Brown, of Nelson county, also went be Field Seeds. ashamed Mr. Trim Deatherage, representing lived single.long enough to be Whalesale cash prices to consumers. fore the Democratic cauous, which was for The Home of Good Clothes, Shoes and Furnishings the Modern Woodmen of America,.pald of'it, for their friends are ashamed bo so de Choice Red Clover $12.50. Pine Tree called to order ar 2;30 o'clock Monday to Mrs. Creed Gott Tuesday two thou- them, and we hope they will Timothy S7.40 and all other farm seeds. afternoon in the House chamber of the to Corner Second and Main sand dollars, representing the insurance luged with oilers they will be forced Capitol building. Richmond, Ky The editor of the Climax Wire for Fencing. Roadytmade Roofcarried by her late husband In that capitulate. ing. Nelson's Yictory Flour. Dairy will fiii'in the above blanks if applied Firm Changes, order. The Modern Woodmen have al Feed. Write for samples aqd prices. ways be,en very prompt jn settling their to confidentially. John R. Gibson purchased Saturday You can save $5 to $25 oq winter and her marriage, Mrs. Paal NeMe,ef Uaiea Loud in Thejr Praise. Madisonian Suicides. death claims, and this instance has not last the interest of N. Y. White in the Horse Breeders to Meet spring purchases. Rqth phones. City. The remaies were takes te Kaes goqds business of White 4 Gibson, an exception. dry The following press dispatch from been Judge John Chenault, who is presi W. Rpsn Nelsox. The horse 'breeders of Kentucky will county, his former heme, for bttrial. Lexington, Ky- - possession beiqg given oq that date. dent of the Allnito Coal aad Lumber Omaha, Neb., appeared in the Lexingmeet m Lexington. Saturday next to Mr. Gormerley to Move. ton Leader last week: "J. E. DaKon, Mr.Gihson will continue the business at Company, and T. O. Vaughn, who is Mr. William WkMaker, ese ef the The Mt. Sterling Gazette has the fol discuss the advisability of presenting to tho same stand in the MoKoo block, their representative and salesman for hanged himself in a barn at the rear of most respected farmers ef Tates Creek, the Legislature for passage a bill fixing Residence Destroyedby Fire, lowing concerning one of our well and. the name will hereafter be Kentucky, returned homo Sunday of his boarding house Sunday afternoon died at his home, Nve miles hem this stallions. The residenco of y. H. Hardin, on kqowq firm l(nown citizens: "Friends hero have an eligibility standard for as J. R. Gibson & Co, Mr. Gib College of Red House pike, was destroyed last week from Pittsburg, Pa., where because he could not buy Christmas city. Monday, of tuberealeeis, aged by fire son, who has been oonneoted with received nows that Vf. C. Gormerley Prof. J. J. Hooper, of the the they attended the annual banquet given presents for his family. The body was about sLxty-elgyears. While he was Agriculture at State University; Oom Friday afterqoqn. The cause pf the dry goods business in RIohmond for the the widely known trotting horse driver by tbe Pittsburg Buffalo Company, of found today by a hostler. Daltoo left a suffering with the terrible aad deadly missioner of Agriculture J. W. New- conflagration is unKnqwq. Mr. IJardin past seventeen years, will have of Richmond, is contemplating coming letter which was written in the form ef disease, the While Plague, his eleath, Pittsburg, to its employes. The to Mt. Sterling and opening a training man, Matt Cohen, of Lexington, and had just bought tlje propprty from John a will in which he left his mother aad came as a surprise te his family and with him J. B. Walker, Misses of Mt. Sterling, wll Company three times "avis. Mr. Uavis waa moving out Hart and Margaret Phelps. Mr. White, stable at .the Montgomery county fair Thomas J. Bigstaff, overy breeder and Mr. Hardin was moving iq. every year calls in its working force, other relatives in Richmond, Ky., his friends. Senday he was eat afceex the For- who has been In grounds. Mr-- Gormerley has been very discuss the subject, and ill health for several consisting of tho presidents of the dif small estate and named an executor. farm and was apparently ta m in attendance who desires to do so will tunately but littlo furniture was in the successful in handling trotters." years, will take a position with a well to danger of death. Mr. WMtak-e- r bo privileged to speak. ferent companies controlled by it, su Dalton was an electriolan, and his letter house at the time as it was all destroy, known Cincinnati firm as traveling rep perintendents, was one of Madison eeuaty's substansuperintendents of revealed his financial distress as the Spent Their Money At Home. ed. Loss about $1,000 with no insurance. resentative. Commercial Club. and salesmen, cause of his taking his life.' Dalton tial citizens and had many friends who mines, Money that was spent in other towns formerly lived at Speedwell aHd Berea, wiH regret to demise. He There will be a meeting of tho Com Scabies Disappearing. Rice Announces For comprising in all a force of about 250 and is well known in these sections. He leaves several leara ef hismeera Ms'law, is being put iiito circulation in Rich ehiklrea te men. These men meet in the ofllces of mercial Club in thoir apartments In the mond this winter, by reason of the two The quarantine against the sheep in County Judge. his wife havisg preceded him te she Company in the left hero some time ago for tho West. building Monday the Pittsburg-Buffal- o tobacco warehouses which are located Douglas & Simmons Kentucky because of tho scabies will be great beyoad several years age. Berial Elsewhere in Climax appears Frick building at 7:30 a. m. and are evening, January 8, at 7:30 p.m. Every raised March in this city. Richmond merchants have next by the National Govtook place Tuesday afteraeoa in RIohcard from Judge H.C. Rice announcing called to order by lhe presl- profited during the past few weeks to a member of tho olub Is urged to bo pre ernment if the plans of Dr. A. J. Payne, mond cemetery. his candidacy for Judge of Madison dent of the Pittsburg-Buffal- o sent and all citizens interested in the who is in large extent, for the growers have been i charge of this work, are con Court, subject to the action of pany, John H. Jones, who presides ever welfare of our city aro cordially invited. paid thousands of dollars for tobacco Death of Estimable Woman. summatod. An Inspection of the in- the Democratic party. Judge Rice Is on. If not fected the meeting. The supprhitendents. sold. This money has helped business Come and seo what is going counties is in progress now, and too well and favorably known to need I A telegram Monday meraiag from Hj. " Help and salesmen each rein all lines and made Christmas a mer- a mcmber.put in your application. a reinspection of the counties will be an introduction to the voters of Madison I Newry Of tuberculosis, on Tuesday, Mrs. Sallie Coraeilsea, who waa eaKed your city and in doing this, help yourself. nort the conditions of the mines and rier one in this section. begun this week. The conditions are county by The Climax. His, years of trade in the respective territories over December ID, at the homo of bis father, to the bedside ef her sister in Kansas Tho club needs your counsel and advice. so much improved, according to the official conduct as Police Judge of City, aaaouBead the death ef Mrs. Mel-li-e this. I which they have control, and the pros.-- W. D. Newby. at Newby. Nelson New-bMarried. It needs your influence. There is much report received by Dr. Payne, that he oity, placed him before the people in as peot aged about 37 years. He was never Grider, who has bees, te doollnlng for future business. E.a,Qh man is George L. McKinney and Miss Clevie to be done and it can bo accomplished believes that the national quarantine conspicuous manner as is possible, and called on by the president, and, after married. Besides his father aad rjealth for many mestfcs. Mrs. G rider's only by a united effort. Every man Dunn, both of Union Oity, this county, may be raised by March. his record in that canaoity is too well relating the conditions in regard, to how mothorihe leaves two brothers aad three death was eaused from a eaaeeraus were united in marriage Monday after- can lift a little. known to all our people. Ho made an the m.iu.es. handle bis orders, whether sisters. Mr. Newby was a most excel- growth from which she has been a great If you can't lift, you can push. If noon of last week at the home of the Winkler Arrested Again. Every effort known t the effleint officer and, retired from the prompt or not, and if there has. been lent man and a splendid citizen. His sufferer. bride's parents. Mr. McKinney is one you can't push, you can pull. If you Tho Winchester Democrat says:"Some duties involved witb, crpd.lt to, himself any complaints registered, against the funeral was proached by Elder Peel, of medidal science was resorted te in aa can't pull, then get out of the way. of the best known young farmers in f selected, to re class of coal shipped- - This "school- the Christian church, of which Mr. effort to prolong tbe life that was so, The club needs "lifters," "pullers". time ago RUssell Wmklerj of Richmond and his constituents, Madison county, while his bride, who is Newby was a member. His remains dear to her loved ones, but the fatal and "pushers." No "knockers" 'need passed a cdupl'o of checks' in 'this city, present the people, of Madison as county ing," as it ij called by Mr. Jones, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.m- - Dunn, '' Udge. he. will certainly be as faithful to with the forged, signature of S. Q. the whole of the day. When it were buried in the family burylBg disease claimed as its vietim this wo; is a very attractive and accomplished apply. man whose life was an example James, of tha$ ci," i(ter consider- the trust imposed, as that which, charac- Is finished, the "school" retires to the ground at Newby: young woman. They both have a host Masonic Lodges Elect Officers able trouble, Chief' of police McCord terized his administration, as police banquet ball, where, T--. P. Jones, the Tatlob Bertha, the of emulation. Deceased was aioul 5& of friends' who extend' heartiest con' The various Masonic lodges in the located him at Clyde, Ohio, "and had judge of thjis. cjy. Ho, solicits the in- vice president of the Pittsburg-Buffal- o daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Tay- years of age and was fermetijca resideat gratulations. ot this county.. Funeral servieea were county met at their respective lodge him arrested. Governor Willson re-- . fluence, an,d support of every Democrat Company, and brother of the president, lor, died Sunday morning, after a linroo'ins' on December 27 and Installed fused to Issuo requisition papers, be in the county. Great Sale, presides as, toastinaster, and the air of gering illness with a complioatiea of condueted Tuesday moig, followed by interment, in Kansas City cemetery. diseases. Funeral services were "s.chool" Is. exchanged, for one of Covington & Banks have a page ad officers for the ensuing year. Below is cause the amount of the forgeries was ThmkUQver, published a list of oilicers who will pre- only $5 each, and Wlckler was released. by Elder A. J. Trlbble, ifter Deceased leaves a husband, Hartford jollity. Songs and speeches take vertisement in this issue of The Climax When th wojlfl is dark and dreary the place of report! and questions and which the remains were liid to resl ia Grider, two children, two brothers aad. in which hey are making great reduc- side over tho different Masonic bodies Since that time the grand jury has Intwo sisters to mourn her departure. Her during 19,12; vestigated the matter and,' ru'rn.e.d one While thp sun, 59, bight a.qd. cherry the spirit of the Yuletide takes hold of Richmond cemetery. tions in clothing, shoes, hats and children are Harry and Amos Grider. ot' RICHMOND LODOE, NO. 25. Iides lm happy self tWi or more hndiptm.eqts. agini b,im,, chargall. Every member comes away from furnishing for men and bqy. The Mr. J. T. Hubbard, who has been so Kansas City; and Don't fee fold, by Horry's, fetter A. M. Davison, master: W. Neale Ben: ing forgery. Chief McCord, foun,d th her brothers and sisthese meetings feeling that he is a seriously reputation of this woll known firm has ill 4ust remember ere you sigh, several weeks past, died ters are: Messrs. N. B. Deatherage. at working part of one of the greatest at long since, been established and you can nett, senior warden: J. Q. Bosley, junior he had left Clyde aqd h.a.d lqcatpd. a.v If you bad no, rainy weather-I- t his. home on Big Hill avenuo Monday this city; G. Sam Deatherage, of Wintreasurer;' J. A. Oak na.rhor, a ciiy on t.ak.p Erie, about Swoqld be exceedingly dryl companies in the world today, and al- Lmorning, mako no mistake by rpading their ad- warden; S. - Park.es, aged about seventy years. His chester: Mrs. Sallie Comelisoo. of this Higgins, secretary; James McCroary forty mles fqoqi' his former location, So. 1( i though one ot a great many parts he with light and laughter vertisement and takjng advantage of the aeatn was due to stottaph trouble. Mr. oity: and Mrs. Nannie Glover, of Kansas Wrq. 0. Smith, He was a.t work Jn a canning factory. Iq the hurried lives of men, realizes to the fullest that b,is work is Hubbard many bargains that await yqu on the Simmons, seqior d.eacon; leaves a wife, who was before City. junior deacon, E.. p. Ballard., spntinol The necessary pipen have hepq sent to For tho tears that follow after being watched with as Uiuoh Interest as days of sale. Fill the and tyler, Governor McGreary, and when returned Till, with streams of joy again. though he wore one of a very few-Thnew born vigor springing, YAILET VIEW, HO. 793. Pittsburg-Buffal- o Narrow ELscape, Winkler will be sent for and brought Company fc oae They shall have a bounteous flow, S. R, Ballard, master; James Hop back." Latkr "Rusty" eluded his For a man shall know them, singing. of the largest coal land own.3j5 in KenContractor Jeff Stone had a narrotf Fairer for the passing woe. escape from death last week while at kins, senior warden; Orus White, junior pursuers once more by sawing out of tucky today, and. rj.n'is second in size warden; Robort Daugherty, secretary; the rlckoty jail In the little Ohio town. Let our life attain tho measure with th coal spmpanies of the world, work on a building in this city. Of completeness that Is best; of heavy timber fell from the Joseph Perkins, treasuror, Sam Jones, moat toff their mines being, iq PennsylJoy and sorrow, pain and pleasure. vania. Their mine. b,e "jfarlanna," building, strikiug him on the head, and senior deacon; Cash Howard, junior Mirth and woe and the rest, ' For 'tis change that tolls' nl" whether for a while it was feared he was seri deacon; A. J. Young, sentinel and tylor. situated at Marianna, Pa., is copsidered We have llvod beforte'W'dlfi-- . ' ELKIN LODGE, KO. 090. the 'best ebulbed mine in. the world, and ously Injured. Ho is rapidly recover wlth'ouVsome'rainy weather And A. A. Sharp, master; W. S. Brook- I was isiteq in 1910. by a.coBua.Utee (rom ing from tho injury, and will soon be It would'be exceedingly' dry!, ' able to be about his business. Mr. Stone shire, senior warden; Ben Dykos, junior News. vongress sen ox op purpose, pj waivwarden; J. R. Lisle, secretary; J. T. is a member of tho city couzcil, and one ing rJaas. Jor. a mod.el mine comu-'Ji- m Mr. Frank W. Thomas," of Clark py-th- ' to, he.- - macla a. KQMlW-;- nt of the best known contractors in the Bush, treasurer; A. J. Brookshiro, county, afid Miss Etta E:' Ross, "of ' C6U by ,aw. J&cera,-be- r A Happy Hew senior deacon; Ealer Dykes, junior deaP, 'he evening, of T.hu.rjdy city. Messrs, "and Vaughn aro loud tonburg, w'e're married "jis' Wednesday the con; U. M. Hall and' W. M. Fisher, ftf Jftrthias, enjer. in, tue' noon at tSe hoine of Pof. J. d. praise of the treatment ac Injured in Wreck. stewards; W. J. Lisle; tylor. in'fnist'er. ThV , corded them by the Pittsburg-Butral- o BalffwinY-owas JIAblSON LODGE, fjKIR.IVrLLE) NO. 183. WoodsoniS. in right. A the opera ftou first .vn" Company and its officers, and say that brought to Richmond .Wednesday from "A. j. noss, master; u. t. cotton, happy couple drove to ta of the beauty they will look forward with a great deal W u-company of Snyder ' Station, nBar ' "Williamsburg," senior 'warden; Sim 'Ross, junior war- - company wnn. with for of iverof friendship as told in the of pleasure to the same trip in 1912. and after thcif marriw where he Was injured in a railroad acci fled: Uufus Blakeman. secretary 'It B. story of Damon and Pythias, were exhib went on to Clark county. " derit."' His injury 6orisisted of a' sprained Cpyl treasurer; Jj. &' Long,' senior, deaall ited in a strong and impressive manner. Louisville and Covington May b- n- count.es a'nkle and a general bniisuuf condition. con, John Cofl?'y, 3tnio (leacan., gMHril.to The Knights invitod their guests to Mr. Baldwin wasj rot by be railro3.d. TOHQ1 ins D, IWSIiLTQS $1)0 aX in wishes for a long and prosper Enter Blue Grass League. witness this, after which they were company' surgeon at thtt place, and ous wedded life. invited to the lodge room over the to givo taken to tho homo of his sister. Mrs. A A. G,. Rorry. & T w 0im ' Mr. Jerry Parrish, of Silver Creok, and opera house where, after a short ad- ville movement is on foot BluegiassLouis Leamembership in the " une Baxter, on he. Smpity, whgre be sente- , Mc- Miss Lulu Wheeler, C. . Heim s dmn. qicajy. b. " warden; waruuu; jou xiuimuuu, junior united in marriage of Kirksville, atwere dress ofonwelcomeofby Prof. E. and a gue in 1912. The scheme is to expand the Dougle Wednesday behalf tbe Knights, L R. Dunbar, secretary; T. A onS-1 nepr, who was kill- - ' the circuit to eight clubs, and take in ,. in the wreck, 'was Shelton, treasurer; Dennis Wells, stew-a- rt residence oi Rev. E. B. Barnes, this city. response by Judge Shackleford, large Louisville and Covington, possibly also or Mrs. John Sexton, . -- lOtuer and tyler; J! M. Risk, senior deacon; The groom, who ib familiarly known as boxes filled with all sorts of good things Newport. "Pud" Parrish, is a son of Mrs. John to eat, which had been donated by the of this city. W. It. Harris, junior deacon. In order to do this, permission has to Parrish, of this oity, and for a season Knights, were sold at auction, Hon. KINGSTON' LODGE, KO. 315. received from at least two organiza K. of P. Qfficers.. played first hasp on the Pioneer ball Jesse Cobb being salesman in bis hap be R. L. Pottst master; L. C. Adams, tlons, and perhaps three. To place a At their regular December election, senior warden; liuther Todd, junior team- - He is a farmer and has many piest vein. The Knights were court team in Louisville, the American Asso Normal'City Lodg, No. 1? Knights ot warden: Joe C. Gilbert, secretary) Jake. friends in every section of the county. eous enough to buy all the lunch boxes, ciation at its annual meeting in Chicago Pythias, elected the following officers W. Herndon, treasqrer; Jam.es Hock- - His bride is a daughter of Henderson scarcely allowing any guest to make a next week must vote to allow this entry aday, senior deacon; A. B. Ellis, junior Wheoler and is a very attractive and ac bid. After the sale, the refreshments of its territory. for the ensuing term; The matter will be young lady. The happy were spread upon tables and all invited Chancellor mmanderB WUHs eacon; Wn. Flinchum, Stewart and complished will broached by President Grayson, who, In couplo, who Peytontown, to participate. No second invitation reside at tyler. Kennedy. case the league so votes, will own and have the best wishes of a host of friends was necessary and what was done to WACO, Sp. 835. Vice Chancellor Frank L. Ru,sselL the slub, and It is likely that the was, in the finance long and prosperous life. the contents on the tables N., C. Bonny, master; A. W. Williams, for a Prelate W. J. N.ewsptq. veteran Claude Ritchey will be manager Lorn Tudor and Miss Maggie Turpin language of the small boy, "a plenty, senior ward.em Clark Rico, junior war- Master of Works J. B. Mann. of the Louisville team. to play at Eclipse donj J. M. Lykins, treasurer, W. T. were married Friday afternoon at the After an hour of handshaking, well Park during the absence of the Colonels. Mster-akArn- s You J Tandy Eads. Fielder secretary;-J- . W. Butler, senti- residence of Rev. B. O. Beck, of Waco, wishing and social enjoyment all went Keeper Records and Soa! O, P. The Sunday games alone should be you? it is nel and tyler, T. J. Smith, junior dea- that gentleman performing the cere home feeling it was good to have been big revenue producers, while it is figur mony that united the life of theee thore. con; Thomas Edwards, senior deacon. Master of FInancoO. P. Willoughby. ed that the Falls City Is big enough to is Officers. young poople. The annoucoment of the Master of Exchequer W.S.Broaddus. Texas Investments. support continuous baseball. To The Democrats of Madison wedding came as a complete surprise to Sixty thousand people annually are Inside Guard W. L. Howe. Capt. William Neal, the enterprising County, their many friends, as no intimation settling in Texas. It is an empire. The president of the Bluegrass League, will Outside Guard R. E. Mlion. for for Installation I am a candidate for the Democratic had been given that they contemplated Canal will be completed in 1913, then go t6 Cincinnati this week to present the oiQcors will take place' for will at Castle Hall In Odd Fellows building, nomination for the office of Judge of the such steps. The bride is a daughter of farm property will treble In value. In petition of his organization, asking for Thursday night, January 4. Madison County Court. I will appre- Daniel Turpin, of Moberly, and i3 a very thle&tate, opeapararie rams are con- permission to place a team in Covington paid him. It is ciate very much your help in obtaininj attractive young lady. The groom le verted late cities ot 3,000 and 4,000 peo-D- le it being put up to tho NationaFCommis-slo- n . Beautiful Exercises, the youngest son of Silas Tudor, aad U year. Now ie the time I have Jeen a Demoia a Steele the nomination. and the Cincinnati Club, and necesstrictly According to ther custom, Richmond crat all my life, and have always been very popular with a large circle f ao to invest. You can't make a mistake sarily, the National League. Non-coCommandpry, No. 10, Knights Tomplar, ope of tho hardest workers In the Demo quaintances. Congratulations aael beet Or if you don't want to iaveet, then loan flicting dates are promised. In case eent on Newport also comes in, one of the pre held their annual Christmas services in cratio party. I was Police Judge ofr wishes are extended tne couple by a year mottey at from 6 to 12 arid experiFIRST CLA86 real estate property. their Asylum at eleven o'clock on Christ- Richmond for a number of years, and host of friends. sent franchises will be transferred. is mas Day. A large crowd was present endeavored to treat everyone having circuit will It is act neoeesary to L1YE in Texas The proposed eight-clu- b In Memory. and enjoyed the exercises. Tho invoca- business with my court, courteously and te make FBUPSK in VEsXAKATa. consist of Louisville, Covington, Lex- BEST? Is Which In measfory of Stephen W. Boltee who BttTaadtetitaleae. IT WILL GROW lagton, Frankfort, Richmond, Winches tion 'watiy. Rev, G. YP. Crutchfield and kindly, ilnd always, tempered justice died December, 31st, 1910: YOU SLEEP. WHILK an able address of welcome was deliver with mersyand at the same tine en ter, Maysville and Paris. Its population If is While hm I will make it my bwelaeeB will cause the league to advance to Class ed by Sir Knight Rob R Burnam. Revv forced the laws and kept peace aad good One year has passed, hew we mles him, city. I will be usde? 9any Friend may think the wound is healed. te make faveatmeate ec lea wmtf tor II C. Marshall, of tbe Baptist church, order in the is for for him. If bemy peifli who eM'taeeaeteaeakeper' delivered the aaaual address. The music and lasting obligations to you for any Lilttie do tney icnowiue sorrow, Tfeatsliee wltM oar hearts coaeealed will When you want a reliable medicine was undtr the direction of the Cecillan thing you saay do for me, and if nominHe is sot forgotten, for a oeagh or eeM take Chamberlaia's JIO Hunt HANDLED. aad Jllss Jamie Caperton s song ated aad elected will never give you any Mever km, but ssemory facky shall kU Ceajh Remedy. It eem always be eW- wee a feature oi tne occasion. cauj$ t.regret having supported at, Swseint.thewfthts shall eyerKaiger, netMsea avyea k jiimnt aad safe te I Very truly, liMataPmbA Beligfclfal refreehBea-- were Served foK fteuod the grave where He k Wd. Tsaalasss mf Jui iUaalnU jS leal liil take. feU by all IT fAlsst Mother- - Brnthsc sjmI &ssie. .MtH rrtf VrV HOTWVHi Anpe1 fiirHkv We call attention to "Climax Special Clubbing Rates" in another column. We have succeeded in making arrangements whereby we can offer our friends extremely low prices. We can. save you money on any magazine or paper you want. Get our prices before placing your order elsewhere tf. regarding a strange OUR MOTTO Prompt attention, courteous treatment together the lowest the ". ej. S STANIFER lo asso-cias- ed ia sales-manage- rs ude 's 1 Corn-Coun- ty Deaths sales-manage- rs y, gen-pra- .1 eon-duct- ed i e ' ' ' Where Cleanliness Reigns and Prosperous Place your Year to ;er to an ars Enertairen,t m i, Kht this-clty- f ' fttm V-H-V- ive 5tart nt 1912 and stick to Grocery order quality groceries the home your good resolutions o. ... R r' r Sewejl McKinney Telephones 6 and 223 in-la- Democrats - want Good County Government, don't to elect Good The only way to get your duty to yourselves as It taxpayers to know positively which one of County the nomination the candidates the give the best service Attorney money -- a business proposition e-- n pr a t Cb f T not a matter of sentiment, friendship or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training ence and who honest and energetic THL Candidate's Record that of any other better than mine vote me and mine best vote appreciate it J. GRLENLEAf. fear .. ad !. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings cfrvrtr rffpr4 ic rmsmfl11v zt&? 7 tVif values extrantdinarv..This is an absolute . ww y oj oalt Ul Lilt. lU.LVOL. uiaiutuMV. mm wtywi. Prices are cut below reasonable clearance sale of all winter merchandise, and with the exception of a few minor articles, includes our entire stock. the greater loss of limits, profits entirely wiped out, cost or value utterly disregarded, in our determination to sell this surplus stock, rather than-suffe- r carrying it over to another season The people Jmow this is a strictly One Price Store no juggling of figures, no marking high for the purpose of "jewing"; they know our cut prices are genuine reductions just as advertised No man can invest his money more profitably than in supplying his clothing needs at this sale Read our prices, then figure it out for yourself Come as early as possible and get first choice. Bring your pocket book; for Nothing Will Be Charged. WC X1111UU11L.C a. for rVIen and Boys Ill LCLII uay O Unlimited choice of ail our finest suits, about eight hundred in number,, every one new and up . to date in style, all the popular shades and colors-m- ost of them the Kenton make, the best fitting clothing in the world. Sizes and special models toiit.all men stouts, chunks, slims, longs, regulars; IVIen 's $20.00 Fine Suits mm for fmM at these sensational reductions: $22.50 25.00 for $1 7.75; More than seven Hundred to' choose from. Nothing but the latest styles all old ones have been taken out and put on the bargain counter. browns, and grays as well as fine blacks, in weights and lengths to suit every fancy, at prices you cannot afford to miss: - Fine Overcoats $13.75; $J67:S for $1 4.75; $12,50 J4.00 for $9.75; $13.75; for $7.75 $ J 6.50 17.00 for $1 1 .75; . Newest shades p tans and IS 'for $17.75; ?2ao for $14.75; ?J8-0- 0 for $11.75; g for $9.75; $iao for $7.75; for $6.75 Boys' Hats Young Men's Suits Wc arc badly overstocked, and prices are cut extremely low to sell them. Look! Boy's Overcoats Rm- J0W-xpop . -at these sensational prices r 15.00 for 9.75; J2.50 for 8.75; T for 10.00.7 6.75; 8.00 tor 5.75 b.UU; O.DU and? rl 8 0f 50 for 5.00; 5.00 for 3.75 iz 1 Boys' Knee Suits very large assortment of new styles tc .select C g m Shirts and Underwear Union suits and separate shirts and toerf lined and t-'T;,.0in cotton weaves not a garment excepted, all reduced 1' mu, Sweaters or U -- "5J 1-- f. Z.OU .., 0.00 for 6.95; 9.00 for 5.95; 7.50 for 4.95; 5.00 for 3.95; 4.00 for 2.95 '"f' 50for- J-5; 0 tor J.OD; for 79; tor I.OU; 2. tor 50 for 39c 1.25; 1.50 for 1; Jt for 75c TIaqw tlit Vr JLJL C& VJF JblJL DEEP CUT ON tt a B- Is. Tn - Speedwell, Walk-Uv- er rY V Hanan, t. and I LOWEST PRICES EVER MADE ON U "Tl . Vil Our farmer's heavy high top lace shoes are lamed tor turning water as well as any leather made, and for quality that stands the hardest service. Special cut prices on High Tops Jjgfa Beacon Shoes Substantial Saving CHI every pair. Laek of space forbids quo,a,ions on a" shoes' but not a pair has been spared .an go in this big sale , We have made up our minds to reduce our hat stock to the proper level, no matter what the loss in doing so. Consequently we name the lowest prices ever made on fine stylish shapes. More than One Thousand Hats to. choose from, including such makes as Dunlop, Roelols, Mundheim, etc., at these prices 5.00 for 3.95; 4.00 for 3. 1 0; '3.50 for 2.95 Bootees: 4.50 and 5.00 grades 3.95 " VP Sl CAn., ' oCA ac:nf 1.5U tor J.15; Nothing 0h on Ti Tcnr J.00 tor 79c sw Ha,s i nC ' LMJ f M'W Lvfll J -- fWk Pffi0' 4r JwS vraEi djttS. S Bigger than you have ever dreamed of not simply one counter but a lot of them; all loaded with the greatest bargains we have ever known. Here is the story: "We have gone through department and taken our every piece of merchandise in any way soiled or shop worn or out of style, also odds and ends and broken lots; and placed all on separate tables, and market them at a small fraction of first cost at any price to sell them. Look over the list, come see the merchandise, and you are sure to find something you want Bargain Counter BIG BARGAIN COUNTER SALE Boys' Men's Bargain Counter Overcoats One hundred and fifty Overcoats forMen and the larger sized Boys. Some soiled and shop worn, some out of style. All great bargains for Men who do not care for fashion. Former prices ranged from $5 to $20. We have divided them into three lots, and priced them lower than we ever known Overcoats to selL Don't fail to see them. Sizes 1G Overcoats to $15. Lot 1 and 17 years. Former prices $5 Divided into three lots as follows: Lot 3 Lot 2 Pants About one hundred pairs Pants for Men and bigBoys. Sizes .29 to 34 waist. Former price $2.50 to $6.00. Choice now for All straight bottoms. The famous Keystone Corduroys. Former prices $1.00 to $1.50. Now Boys' Cassimere and Worsted Pants. Sizes 3 to 8 years. Were 50c to $1. Choice for Sizes 9 to 15 years. $1.50. Choice now Boy s ivnee r j ranis Bargain Counter 5T Bargain Counter Bargain Counter Shirts Odds and ends, soiled and out of style Shirts. Original prices 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Given away now for 15c - Raincoats Small and medium sizes only. Some sold as high as $12.50. Choice now $2.50 $3.50 . $5.00 $1 Bargain Counter Coats arid Vests Sizes for Big Boys and up to medium sized men. Former value from $5.00 to $12t50. Choice for 50c Bargain Counter Hats Boys' Overcoats Divided into two lots and priced at give away figures. Lot 2 Lotl Sizes 3 to 10 years Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Former values up to' $2.50 $5.00 $7.50 $1.50 $2.50 $1.75 50C About the biggest bargains in the store. A hundred and fifty Hats, most of them desirable shapes, but odds . apd ends and broken lots that must be sold. First prices were 51.50 to 3.50. Choice now Out of style Hanan and Walkover Shoes, You know the quality. Formerly sold at $3.50 to $6.00. Given away now for SHOES SI 95c Don't wait till the sale is over, don't wait till the best is solddon't wait at all, but come today COVINGTON M A II D II BAKES a - it