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RICHMOND CLIMAX RIGHrtOND.-.MADISO- f( Pages Today Section One 3Mh YEAR COUNTY KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1912 ' NUMBER 29 i FOR AGED PEOPLE Best -- Old Folks Should Be Careful in Their Selection of Regu lative Medicine. "Kanawha Salt" See ' L. R. Blanton Telephone 85 Like a Stone Wall M Titrne ftsHls Hnrcae Hut Ic PrtUlhr "r-J- - 1 Ail ERICAN FENCE I.jv your new fence for years to come. Get the hig. heavy We have a safe, dependable and altogether ideal remedy that is particularv ly adapted to the requirements of aged people and persons of weak constitutions who Suffer from constipation or other bowel disorders. Wo are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give absolute satisfaction in every particular that we offer it with our personal guar antee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This remedy is called Raiall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, maybe taken at any time, day or night, do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive loose- n oss,-o- r other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but positive action tip-o- n the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a regula tive tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding 'to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Threo sizes, 10c, 25c and 50c. Sold onlyvat our store The.Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. , Work began fpr the Now Year on now Tuesday thorning with twenty-fiv- e students enrolled. - Sullivan Hall has been full' since September. Memorial is filling up and lodging will ' bo st premium when the third term opens-Jan- uary 20.. At JTfief Normal. - . - . r . W. Joe Wagers For Jailer. .j Lecture on Automobiles. Probably never before have the I hereby take this means to announce nomination for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democratic party, that I submit whatever claim' I may havo in this matter to the people for their and I shalr appreciate the support of any and all who may feel that my merit and my service to my party entitle mo to have this nomination, I have been a candidate before for this office, but was defeated, having run second in therace. It has beon generally undorstood ior soma time that I would be a candidate Again in the coming DemopratlfS primary. I havo dolay-e- d announcing, my candidacy Rt)ly because I thought it wise to leave off tho activities of contests' .within the party until after the general t ate elootion in which the Democrats were enabled to win such a splendidvlctory over the Republicans in electing the Governor and all Stato'oiHcers. Ia that contest, as in all preceding contests, did all within my powpr to bring success to the pemo-cratiparty and jfs nominees. I hope to bo able to see pyery voter in the county bafore the primary election, but should I fail to see thorn all, and if there is anyono who does not know my record as a Domoqrat and a worker in the ranks of tho party, ask my neigh bors and those who have fought in the battles of the party with me. W. Job Waobhs. T. . to the Democratic voters of Madison people of this section' had such an county, that I am a. candidate for the opportunity to learn all about automo- Judgo Ben F. Lindsey, of the Denver Juvenile Court, will bo heard, at the Chapel at 8 p. in., Friday. January 12th. He will tallr about the Problem of the Bad Boy The Story of the greatest court of the UnitedStjce. -- Miss Ada J. Barter, our popular Librarian, was married during the holidays to Mr. Murison Dunn, of Richmond. The.wedding camo as a surprise to the friends of tho contracting parties and leaves the office of Librarian unexpectedly vacant. Mrs. Dunn has generously consented to perform tho duties of the position until her successor shall have been secured. Here's the Latest. Tho New York police are searching thrifty couple who have been married at least seventy fivo times, each ceremony costing an unsuspecting clergy man 810. Every minister who smiled over them and bado them good fortune and success is the possessor of a $20-check, for which ho gave 310 in change. Tho checks were bad. for n 1 Famous French 5eeress Pre dicts Dire Things for 1912 Ono long, horrid vista of catastrophes House on the Summit, 21-- tf Tor Rent Apply to C. T. Fox. is all that Mmede Thebes, the famous Paris prophetess, can see in the history of the approaching: year. She states that 1912 is "the Black Year," and predicts for humanity practically every misfortune. War will come at the end of the year, when French armies will go forth. Ther is just a sporting chance that the cataolystn may bo postponed till 1913, but it is absolutely certain to come then. It will bo so great that it will not only turn Europe upside down - but other continents as well, and" particularly Asia. We shall reach the paroxysm of the peril when the earth quakes at home. Thcro is a hard winter in prospect, a muggy spring, a heavy summer and a bitter autumn, and there will be most frightful storms. r j - r ,ir,t, the pood galvaniiing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel n' too hard nor too soft. . f ran show vou this fence in oar stork and explain its merits ami .r.ty, not only to the roll but in the field. Come and see us and gee ices. frirrs, the LEO INCUBATORS The Celebrated Cyphers Incubators, and Brooders are the For the benefit of those who are engaged in the poultry business, which has grown to such enormous proportions'in will handle tae past few years, we desire Two Great Creators of Energy Energy means power power to work, to think, to throw off and keep off disease. Get all the sunshine you can, and take Soft Snaps. The Georgetown Times says United Slates Senators get free shaves and baths; that is they are paid for by the government. These luxuries cost the people (many of whom can't afford a share oftener than once a week) about $25,000 a year, and Senator Konyon, of Iowa, thinks that each Senator should pay for his own shaving and bathing. Senator Kenyon is right about if, but his "potent, gave and reverend" will not willingly surrender the poivtlegcs they have so long en joyed. fellow-members together with poultry applianses of every description- - Before making a purchase of an Incubator or any of the accessories, call and get my prices. If jTou are not familiar with Iceuhators, call and get literature and post yourself on this simple way of hatching chickens Scott's Emulsion regularly. It will, give you strength, flesh and vitality. D. B. SHACKELFORD Telephone 33 "& CO. Be tare to get SCOTT'S it's the Standard and always the best. AU, DRUGGISTS Jt-1- 9 Tho Breeders Gazette contains, the following article on the Parcels Post, which will be interesting to those who have had dealings with tho various express companies and are familiar with the exorbitant charges tho public is The next attraction on the lecture forced to pay on account of laok of comcourse is Judgo Ben F. Lindsey, of petition. The Parcels Post is surp tp Colarado, Normal Chapel, January 12th, come; "The Postal Progress League, with HAIR HINT5 offices at New York and Boston, has been organized to push the campaign for a parcels post. Its bill has been in- Worth the Attention of People troduced into the House by 'William - Who Wish to Preserve Sulzer of New York. It provides fpr a the Hair. general parcels service at 1 cent each two ounces, 6 cents a pound (the old Have your own brush and comb at parcols rate of 1874), and for a local ser- homend at hair dressers. vice on tho rural routes on parcols up to Nover use a brush or comb in public a pound, 1 cent; on large parcols up to places, they are usually covered with JJ pounds, 5 cents; on' parcels over 11 dandruff germs. pounds up to 25 pounds, 0 cents; with Wash your hair brush once a week the insurance of all mall matter. This with soap and warm water to which is bill is pronounced "tho entering wedge pdded a disinfectant. for a lower rate and a greater carrying Shampoo the hair once a week with capacity." It is universally conceded pure soap and water. thattfarmors would profit greatly by a Use PARISIAN SAGE every day, rubparcols post sorvice. They will got it if bing thoroughly into scalp. they ask for it. Personal letters to PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed by senators and congressmen' carry most Perry Drug Store to destroy dandruu germs and abolish dandruff, or money force. back. iPuroc Boars For. Spje, Tos.iophair from falling and scalp I Have for salo nine pure bred Duroc from itching, or money back. To put life and beauty into dull faded Boars. J D. A. McCobd. hair, or money back. Price 50 cents. !7-- Parcels Post biles and gasoline engines as will be presented at the Princess Rink, on Monday, Jan. 15, when there will be. free illustrated lectures delivered on the subject by Mr. Ira S. Barnstt of the Kentucky Automobile Company, Louis yille. There will be two lectures, the first at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon and the second at 7:30 in tho evening. Few men in" Kentucky, if any, are better posted on the subject of automobiles than is Mr. Barnett and his lectures on the subject are devoid of technicalities and prove intensely interesting to all, whether they are mechanically inclined or not. An experienced engineer himself, Mr. Barnett is an authority on all mechanical questions and his ten years of experience in the automobile business have qualified him to speak with knowledge on the subject. In order that every point may be made very clear and easily understood by all, the speaker will have with him yariojjs yital parts of an automobile and to make it stjll cloarpr tp bis hearers, chassis he wl ftaye qi hand a cut-oby means of which the entire assembled machine may be examined and explained to tho greatest advantage. This ohassis has been especially prepared for these Jooluros and is in every way like the cut-oohassis that will be exhibited at the New York, Chicago and other national automobile shows this winter. These lectures are of an educational nat'ire, with the idea ot giving tho pub lic generally a comprehensive knowledge of tho automobile and gasoline engine, but there will bo no admission charge and everything will be free. ut ut MATTRESS (fXME ON EVERY GENUINE a FOSTER MATTRESS) STEARMS IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSIDETHE shows you mmsxmmmm ",K-,tT LOOK THROUGHH;U AND REASSTr?rTl TO INSURE R EST -- MATTRESS YOU GET nil THAT IS HEALTHFUL it Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and 'Sanitary; not,onl because of the way they arc made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foslcr Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to ef their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jus! the proper teniion, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfedt relaxaone-six- th tion, Made in the beA qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly sfe them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. Ivrattr-s ..'. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economics! . OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone vr. s. o. J36 r. o. L. 229 HUSTLING GREETING iThfcyear just -- closedhas-bee- n verya-satisfacto- ry. for- - us and; we; thank those whq.have - mi - o. I help?d;usv We-realizetha- tS our success comes' frorntheysupporf wereceive from those who patronized us. -- - Therefore, we' adopt this method to extend our New Year During all with- whom the-incoming fc 's Greetings to one and all year" we shall endeavor,..mbre - " . - I I r r ' ;; . - ' . nl : thanWcr bcfo'r.c to.satisfy - III..- ... it is 'our;;gopdfoj!tunj5vt6dolfeusincss.. , , . .. . I 111 ' ' I H j i Our most hearty gcK)d;wiste HAlVffliJlOiit BROTHERS, " v r-- ' . I '.' - . " glM T7j 77 vfi. . Pi U - 1 " H. 5i3 ai SBBBBSBB J 1,, Our Story in a Nut Shell " PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ., llama of Xatrreat KrftaraUn folk and Others, Nikt Our Fall Line of "Goods is "up to the min- ute" as we constantly watch the market for new and worthy goods, and we respectfully invjte your attention to our line of Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart 5et" 5ilk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists i and Dresses Call and see us as we are now read 7 to take care of you on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN McKBB The Richmond Climax. nur wuibut n THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO rctuuco (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller "Back of the stars all our doubts will be scattered, All of our tears shine in rainbows of peace; All of our wonderings and questions be answered, Back of the stars all our sorrows shall cease. we shall see why the path wo There deemed rose strewn, "Was wisely closed to our journeying here; Back of the stars we shall know why w faltered. Know why wc suffered, 'twill all be made clear. . We shall know why we have failed in our life's quest. We shall know why some were stopped on the way, We shall see solved all the puzzles which free us. Back of the stars, at the close of tho day. Smile through your tears, be courageous and peaceful, Just do your best and forget every fear; Your prayers are heard, .God Is caring and loving. Back of the stars He is watching you here.. Be not dismayed, never doubt as you journey. Love is the Pilot, lie choseth the way: o All of your 'why's!' will be perfectly answered, Back of tho stars at the close of the -- Kentucky Normal School m Richmond visited Mrs. M. B H.lfner last week. Woodford un. Misses Annie and Carrie Miller, of Lancaster, visited Mrs. Barney Keltey BY last week. Miss Margaret Ella Kindred, who lias for two years held a position in tho of Kttfse Plays offico of the J. W. Zarlng Grain and Mill Company, has resigned her posl FiYNiies. lion. She left yesterday to accept a place with the Cincinnati Commercial Association. Fifth avenue and Vino street, that city. While here Miss Mar COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS garet Ella made many friends who will regret to see her leave. She is a bright young woman, attentive to business and j In Organizing the House For the Busalways met her friends and those with iness of the Session, Speaker Terrell whom she came In contact wi h a smile Displayed a Degree of Impartiality and a cheerful word. The Climax joins That Has Given Even Those Who her friends in wishing her abundant Opposed Him Most Opportunity For success in her new home. Praise. fclern DEALT FAIRLY ' OPPONENTS Sputa r I will pay five dollars dog, wearing $5 Reward. reward for reddish-colored n Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. "To tho vic- day." iln. Marj-- Smoot is visiting her son. Dr. Charles Smoot. Mrs. J. Thomas Parks, of Danville, is visiting Mrs. G. T. Bogard. From Governor McCreary's message Mrs. B. L Banks has returned from a which was trantmitted Tuesday, no one can doubt the sincerity of his inten- short visit to Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss Georgia Powell spent last week tion to carry out every pledge made In the Democratic platform. The mes- with Miss Tommie West at Speedwell. sage occupies several columns, and is Miss Blanche Hamilton, of Nicholos-ville- , has been visiting Miss Hester Covregarded by all as an able official com ington. Minnie B. RatclitTe, of is visiting her aunt, Mrs G. W Crutchfield. Miss Margueretta Smith is visiting her sister. Miss Mary Barrett Smith, in Miss Owensboro. Mr. S. M. Wallace, formerly of this city, now of St. Louis, was visiting in - Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. W.G. White KMTUCKY HmUr l PUSS ASSOCMTIOI ui EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FPICE $1.00 PER TEAS IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. JAN. 10 --- 1912 ibiBks this is going to be nothing' Congress they are badly mistaken," was the answer made "by Champ (Nark to the proposition that the Democrats proposed to devote the pre-esession to efforts to "put the Republicans in & hole," so as to strengthen their own position for next year. . "The Democratic party made the definite promise to give the people relief from conditions whioh have come to be regarded as intolerable," the Speaker continued. "The best way for us to play politics is to carry to a conclusion, insofar as we are able, the excellent record we have already made. The people are looking to us for accomplishment rather than for strategy, and we need have no fear of the future if we go along with our program as we have started." Mr. in Clark has been telling his the House that if the party goes to dillydallying around, trying to to put the president and the standpatters and the insurgents in a deep, dark hole, the result will be more disastrous to the bole diggers than to those whom they might iatend to engulf therein. Mr. Clark, in other words, realizes that the present is bis party's opportunity, and that the best way to take advantage of it is through action, rather than "with attempts to shift the blame to the other fellow a "If anybody Vie at The OzAxax is in receipt of a copy of the biennial report of the Western Ken tueky Normal School, located at Bowling Green. It is a very interesting story of the institution, and shows the influence and the work of the Normal Schools in Kentucky. The report shows that the Normal Schools are doing everything in their power to give the State a service that will merit the confidence of the public. The report shows that the institution is reaching the masses, and that the who attend these .Normal Schools return to their respective com student-teachers munication. Alter making a detailed statement of the State's financial condi tion, including the deficit of $300,000 now existing. Governor McCrearv urees the Legislature to be careful' in making appropriations unless they are sure there will be money available to pay the appropriations. On educatioual matters he says there has been ex pended in the last year by the State and counties 83.323.344 for the common schools. He recommends either the abolishment of the old State Board of Education or to add to the Board enough members to properly look after the school funds. He also recommends that the State University at Leiincton and the Normal Schools be taken care of. He recommends the enactment of a direct primary election law, the election to be conducted at public expense. The passage of the law extending the county unit as to the sale of liquor was recommended. A bipartizan board of four commissioners to succeed the pres ent Prison Commissioners, the four Commissioners to be appointed bv the Governor, was urged. He recommended that the present bipartizan Board of Control for the charitable institions be retained. He recommended the r rpn tion of a Bauking Department, with a commissioner, deputy commissioner and examiners, all to be qualified for their work by actual experience; that the campaign against tuberculosis be encouraged, and the passage of a corrupt practices act which will compel pub licity of campaign contributions in nri. mary and general elections. Governor McCreary seys one of the most important things to be considered hr rtiU Legislature is a tax reform measure, so that sufficient funds may be raised to conduct-th- e State government. He rec ommends the passage of an act creating a. puouc utilities commission which shall regulate exnress. telenhon 1a. graph, street railway, lieht and watnr companies. the city last week. Miss Blanch Crawford, of Mt. Vernon, spent the week end with Miss May James on Broadway. Mrs. R. E. Turley has returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Randa LSron- augh in Nicholasvllle. Tho Cecilian Club will m et with Mrs. M. C. Kellogg this afternoon. Sub ject: "Chopin." Mrs. Bettie Blackburn and children are with Judge Break, Mrs. Blackburn's father, for the winter. Mr. Truman Taggart returned to Saturday after a visit to friends in the city and couuty. Mr. A. K. Francis, ot Bloom ington, Illinois, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Francis, in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGinn and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, of Beattyville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scrivner. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora have returned after a two months' visit to Mr. A. D. Flora and wife at Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Rugg and daughter, of Cincin nati, Ohio, have been with Mrs. Lizzie Miller on Lancaster avenue for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Warford have returned to Lawrenceburg, after a week's visit to her mother, Mrs. James Hicks. Mr. Jesse Doty and daughters, Misses Emma and Lucy, of Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. G. T. Bogard during the holidays. Mr. John Kennedy returned to Paris Friday after spendiug the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Kennedy in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher West and daughter, of Silver Creek, spent lact week at Speedwell the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. IL West. The Cecilian Club will meet this afternoon at the Elks Club rooms instead of with Mrs. Kellogg on Jha Summit, Mrs. Kellogg being ill. Miss Mary Ashbrook and Miss Elizabeth Farley, of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. F. P. Kiser at her home on Hous ton avenue. Bourbon News. Mrs. H. P. Harris, n Miss Lav i id a Brawner, formerly of this city, but now a resident of Paris, was a guest of Mi:s Nettie Hicks during the holidays. Miss Tommie B.West, who teaches at Pineville, returned last Sunday, having spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. West of Speedwell. Mrs. Woodford Corbin, of Richmond, was the guest of her father, H. B. Garrett, a few days last week Miss Sue Black is visiting relatives and friends in Richmond. Estill Herald. Miss Mollie Fife entertained Saturday afternoon with a card party, compli mentary to Mrs D. L. Cobb, who has recently move with her husband from Cynthiana to this city to reside Mr. Marshall Rayburn, eldest son of Tevis Rayburn, and Miss Bessie Hord, daughter of Mr. J. W. Hord of Speed well, thi county, eloped to Jellico, Tenn., Friday, where they were up i tod in marriage. The many friends of Mrs. Jeunie Jones will regret to learn fchat she is dangerously ill al her home in Appalachian Ya. and will be brought at once to the Gibson Infirmary for treatment. Mr. G. Boss George.of Paris.Tex., who spentthe holidays with the family of his Brother, Jar. J, C. George, left Saturday for several days' stay with relatives in Lexington. Miss. Janio George Accom panied, him, and will remain some time. Wilmot Aycrs McKlnney, of Howard, spent the holidays with bis grandmother, Mrs. Marie McKinney, and other relatives in this city. He has returned to Giecncastle, Jnd., to resume his studies at DePaw University Prof. T. J. Ooates and family left Wednesday for Frankfort, where they will reside. Daring their stay in this city they made many friends who will regret to give them up,yet all commend them to the good graces of the citizen of Frankfort. John Rennlck, of Madison county, Is visiting his sbter,Mrs.Hattie Sandusky, Miss Deverell, of the State at Keene Normal School at Richmond, visited Mrs. Mary B. Dean this week.. ..Misses Sallie Hoover and Blanche Hamilton are visiting Mrs. Wm. Luxon In Richmond this week. Jessamine Journal. Miss Laura Taylor returned to her hosae at RIebsaond, after spending the holidays with her,ceuins, Mr. and Mrs. Asm Dezler MrsAMary B. and Mies Xaritv&a DvwH, 'toteher in the nottsl savings banks in the United States, after out one year or operation. This is one in Foubtees million dollars of the novelties of the financial reports of the New Year. This record marks the practical success of an experiment about which there Was never the slight est doubt. There are now 5,185 post- offices with postal banks. When the system Is fully developed and nonnlnrir ed annual deposits of 1200,000,000 are anticipated, aow for a limited parcels post: munities and give the State the advan tage of the training received in the institutions. If these schools receive the encouragement and financial backing that is due them, it will not be long until a trained teacher will be at the door of every child in the Stale, and the illiteracy now existing will be wiped out and Kentucky will stand proudly at the bead of States in matters of educa tion. High protectionists always address Albkadt during this session of Con gress many of the orators among the Standpat Republicans have triid m at-plain the prevailing high prices with me argument that the high price wave is world-widThis is another of the half-trutwhich the Republicans seek to nave the people accept as a whole excuse. . e. tbelr appeals to farmers and working' men. "High tariff," they argue. "means high prices for farm products and hlch wages for the workers." Last year 145,000 American farmers, all of whom were supposed to be enjoying the fruits of a high tariff, left this country and went to Canada. In the same period approximately a million laborers came to this country from abroad, 61 per cent of them coming from the south of Europe, where wages are low, education almost jiothing, and standards of living primitive, and filthy. These laborers crejLaken in by the trusts At wages but Jitlle better than they got at home, And under conditions of employment unthinkable to American workingmen. Thus the high tariff drives .out good American farmers, and brings in what? The 2ew York Times says: "Two things can be set down right now as absolutely certain. One is that Colonel Rposevelt will not ask for the nomina tion ana mat he will constantly mil htr friends and all other Inquirers that he is not a candidate for it. The other is that If-- nevArttiAloc offers tane it the nomination to liim he will .i . v. u wutcuuua .1 ' Social Calendar of Last Week. Mrs. M. C. Kellomr entertained with n bridge luncheon on Thursday. The 'entertained the 'Circle" on Thursday at their home on tilgn street. Miss Mollie Fife entertained with a. bridge luncheon Friday. Her bridge club and many other guests enioved her hospitality. Miis.Emma.1VatU entertained with a beautiful ix o'clock .dinner for Miss Jane D.Stockton's guest, Mise Burke, of Illinois. Mrs. "Waller Bennett entertained In honor of Mrs. Huch Mo ran of San Francisco, with a dinner party. Mrs. Moran is visiting her aunt, Mrsjtebecca Moran-a- t .Thompsons. Utirnam'a and i being sanch entertained while in Rich mond, her old home. Misses-Wilmore The Reciprocity Act passed last mer provided for the removal, in part, of the duty on paper imported from Canada. This provision did not require Canada's endorsement. Since then more than 80 independent paper companies have started business in opposition to the paper trust. Nowithstand-in- g the Reciprocity Act, with the single exception of the paper provision, became dead and defunct when Canada declined He Was Right to accept it. Senator Heyburn has intro "Did you sell your vote!" duced a bill for the repeal of the whole "No, for that feller act. Were this bill to pass unamended 'cause siree. I liked him." it not only would uselessly repeal an in"But I understand he gave you $10." operative act, but would put the duty "Well, when a man gives you 810 There Is a stinger In back an paper. 'taint no more'n natural to like him, is the Heyburn repealer that will bear It?" watching. Congress resumed Thz its legislative deliberations Wednesday Sixty-secon- d Green Tag Sale. Mr. E. V. Elder announces In this sue of The Climax his semi-annuGreen Tag Sale, an occasion when every article in his store is greatly reduced in price. Since iftauiruratinc these sales Mr. Elder has made a great hit with the public and all are familiar with these e be events. Don'ti-ai-l giwtt price-re- d to read his a4yertSemflt in today's v Climax. !- with a crowded and chaotic program: "We have many things to do," declared Majority Leader Underwood, "and we arejelag to stay right here until they are fese. It will be a long siege." Timm the way things looked bow' said Xiserky Leader Xaaa, (Rap., III.), -- we be ruBhlisg along here uatll at seat OeteW." . Da of a small fmale, leather collar, which disappeared from the Scanlon place last Wcdnesdav. The dog is of the Cur slock and was seen several times latter part of last week cn the Jack's Creek ship In his control end tho power to A. D Mn.LEjt, pike. Richmond, Ky. name the committees resting with him tf. and his friends, Mr. Terrell showed the right spirit and gave good appointSimple and Effective. My little boy. three years old, trou ments to the followers of his opponent, bled m considerably by going to the Harry Schoberth, of Woodford county. homes of neighbors without permis Mr. Terrell wont even further than slon, eo I followed this plan, writes a that and gave good places to the few mother. Whenever I give him per- Republicans in tho house who are on mission to so I pin on him a little the other side of the political fence card on which Is written the word from Mr. Terrell. The appointments ""permission." When the neighbors were not announced until Tuesday, al see the badge they allow blm to stay though It had been expected that they and play with the children. If he ap- would go to the house on Monday. pears without It, they send him home ' The Rules committee, that The card can be used many times, and body, which Is in charge of the the boy enjoys wearing It business of the house during the last days of the session, was announced Prof. Boothe's Father Dead. on Tuesday and this committee went over the list of the other committees, From a nuntington, W. Vn., paper we making few changes. The Rules comliarn of the death, at the ripe old age of mittee is the most sought-fo- r place 82 years, of Squire Bootho, of Chesa- In the house, next to the speakership. peake, Ohio, at his home in that city, In the house in the last few days of the where he was well known and greatly be- session there Is always a rush on the loved. Several years ago he had ati at- part of members to get their bills up tack of paralysis and from it he never for passage. The legislators usually dally along for six or eight weeks and recovered. Squire Bootho, as he was was a man of striking in then crowd into the last few days the known bv all, actual work of the session. To give dividuality and was known as such some semblance, of order and to get Ohio. He the work out, It has been the custom throughout all southern leaves a wife and eight children all of to permit of no measure being report, whom are men and women of strong ed from the committee, from the calencharacter and are filling important and dar or orders of the day, unless called responsible positions in the educational up by the Rules committee. This will and business world. The abovo brief be the program again this year. Tuesday was bill day in the house, sketch will bo of interest to our renders when it is known that Prof. I.U. Booihe and more than two hundred measures, or the Eastern Normal School and one providing for everything under the sun were offered by the members. The of bur most esteemed citizens is one of senate has no bill day, every day being his sons. bill day, but no bills were offered during the first week of the present sesElement ot Malice. sion. The"' sessions were mostly deAt the meeting of Circuit J udges at voted to the routine of orglnlzation and adjournment was taken on WedLouisville the past week. Judge Benton nesday until Tuesday, each house waitwas one of the speakers. The Couri-- r ing for the appointment of the comacJournal says: "That juries should mittees. But the house members had cept the facts in murder cases and not their chance on Tuesday, and they be instructed to look for malice took prompt advantage of it to pour in determining tho motive for into the hopper bills for many things. the crime under their observation, was Every plank In the Democratic platthe opinion of Judge J. M. Benton, ex- form will be carried out If the bills pressed in his paper, which concluded Introduced all pass, for a bill was offthe program. "It should not bo left to ered carrying Into effect every plank in that platform. As there was little tho jury to determine tho degree, but ii difference between the Republican and assumed by tho law that Democratic planks the should be minority, the when a person deliberately or intention- Republicans, will offer much the same another, whether in a passion bills as the Democrats. ally kills or not ,the law should assume ma'ice, Both parties are pledged to prison and a verdict of.murdcr be returned. 1 reform, and "the leaders of the Repubcontend that the meaningless terms un- lican mlnortly have said that they will lawfully and reasonable doubt tend only back up the Democrats in the proposal to confuse a jury, and I believe tho law to take the prisons out of politics. Just should say that a verdict of .mirder how they are to be taken out of politics Is what Is causing the talk. The presshould be returned where no good has ent prison commissioners say that by the crime, or where they are not been served opposed to taking the self defense has not been shown, prisons out of politics, but they do not has shown pas- think It would be carrying out whether the murderer the sion or an intention only to injure, Democratic platform to transfer the patronage of the prisons from the where murder resulted." men who now control It to the opposing faction In the Democratic Bank Directors Elected. party. They say that they are willing Stockholders of the four banks of the to dp what they can to carry out the city met yesterday afternoon and elect- Democratic platform, but they differ ed the following directors for the ensu- with tho other side as to the methods that are to bo employed. , ing year: One side wants prisons- - placed State Bank & Trust Co. James No- - under the control' the of the governor, land, W. D. Oldham, John R. Gibson, giving the governor power to appoint H. B. Hanger, J. A. Sullivan, Jefferson prison commissioners. Instead of havCox, Thomas J. Curtis, Ed. B. Million, ing them elected by the legislature as Ben L. Banks, Marion Coy, G. B. Tur- at present. Eli Brown, chairman of the prison commission, says this ley, Jr., Harvey Chenault. Southern National Bank. A. R. Bur-na- would be turning the patronage, which H. R. Gibson, Geo. W. Pickels, Is taken away from his board, over to J. S. Boggs, J. C. Ordham, Jonah Wag- the other side. The commissioners say that they would be willing to have ers, G. C. Igo. the people elect the commissioners as Madison National Bank. Waller Benthe railroad commissioners electnett, N. B. Deatherage, W. L. Crutcher, ed, by districts. It Is regardedare prob as E. C. Million, A. R. Burnam, W. S. able that the friends of the prison Moberley, Robt. R. Burnam. commissioners will try to get through Citizens National Bank S.S. Parkes, a-- bill making the office of prison comW. C. Bennett, John B. Parkes, W. N. missioner elective by direct vote of Bennett, W. A. Langford, J.W. Crooke, the people. The state would be divid ed Into three districts, probably so arC. C. Wallace. There will be no change in tho work- ranged that no Republican could be elected and an election had every ing force of any of the banks. four years to choose each commis sioner. To-da-y. Ten Pages In the fight over the speakership. Probably the largest sinclo issue of a It was charged that Mr. Schoberth, of paper ever Issued in Richmond goes out Woodford county, was the candidate from The Climax office today. Our of the prison commission, and that he merchants having realized the advan was representing them. It was also tage of this paper as an advertising charged that the "lobbyists" were be hind Mr. Schoberth. This was denied medium have contracted for five full with vigor by Mr. Schoberth and his pages of space In this issue, and in order friends who asserted that he and his to handle this vast amount of business, friends were pledged to carry out the we are compelled to issue ten pages. It planks in the Democratic platform, is no longer an experiment but a proven Mr. Schoberth went down in defeat fact that an advertisement in The with spunk, and showed that he can be Climax brings rich rewards, the space a good loser by the smiling way he occupied in this Issue being sufficient evidence to substantiate this statement. Katydid's New Novel. The gentlemen who take so much extra space In this issue of The Climax are It has been a great pleasure to read, well known business men, and are not placing these largo advertisements and "The Weed By The Wall," a new novel spending this sum of money without by Kate Slaughter McKlnney (Katydid) knowing the rewards that come from that gifted little Kentucky woman, now judicious advertising. Those occupy- living at Montgomery, Alabama. Not ing extra space in 's Climax are: only a Kcntuckian, but a former resiCovington & Banks, E. V. Elder, W. D. dent of Richmond, and it is witli piide we mention this. In novel writing she Oldham & Co., nd J. S. Stanlfer. Is bringing forth her strongest proof of literary genius, although her sweet Common School Graduation verses are very dear to many, and it was Examination. whllo living here that many of her "Tho Weed by An examination upon questions pre- poems were written. pared by the State Board of Examiners the nail" is an exciting story of love will be held for those who have com- and rovenge and is as entertaining as it pleted the State course in the Common Is beautifully written, appealing as it Schools of Madison county on Friday does, to every emotion of the human and Saturday, January 20 and 27, 1012, heart. Lovers of good fiction will find . at the Court House In Richmond. Per- a troat in sons who succeed in passing this examination will receive from the State DeBowmar's Mardi Gras Tour. partment of Education a diploma of graduation Irom the Common Schools Write to Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, signed by tho State Superintendent of Ky., for folders giving details of an ideal Public Instruction, by the County personally conducted Mardi Gius Tour of Madison County Schools leaving Richmond, Wednesday, Feb. 14, and by the Madison County Board of 1912, visiting New Orleans, Mobile. Examiners. Such diplomas of gradu Montgomery, Ala:, "etc. Low inclusive ation will entitle the holders thereof to cost; limited party; everything firstolass. appointment hout further examinay tion to free tuition in the Eastern State Nprmal School, or to free Wanted-Cor- n. tuition in tho High School departments Some good sound corn to make meal. of the Richmond City Schools under Bring us your grinding. Liberal toll. the provisions which the County Board of Education of Madison County has Satlsfackion guaranteed.vPlease specify made for High School privileges for our goods when ordering froravyour mer-can- t. ' coasty pupil- - This examination will begki at 19''o'clock a. m., Tuesday; Macisos'Mn,tiKcr Co;, January M, W12. (Suceecsor to East Erad Mills.) 29--' this-book2S--Ken-luck2 tor belong the spoils" Is a saying in politics that usually Is lived up to, but In the appointment ot the standing committees of the house this session, Claude Terrell, .the speaker, did not follow the precept With the speaker- The sorenewi resultia from the ne has about vanished, and everything Is now peacefuL Of course, there was more or less wild talk following the speakership race and it was said that the grand Jury would make an Investigation; but It Is believed that the matter will be dropped as there seems to be nothing authentic in any of the rumors mat on were circulated about the day after the Democratic caucus. That they will get through theirbill granting school suffrage to women in this state Is the confident belief ot the leaders of the Eltate Federation, of The Women's Clubs of Kentucky. board held a meeting here Thursday, and while here they said they were so confident of getting the bill passed that they had ceased to talk about it. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, who Is president of the State Federation, says she has been told by the leaders of both sides In the present legislature, that the Bchool suffrage bill will certainly become a law. When the women have secured school suffrage, they will come back to the legislature and ask for full, suffrage. Mrs. Smith Is a suffragist although the State Federation has, not gone that far and she says It Is only a question of a short time until the women will have the ballot, with an educational qualification. In Kentucky. The women thus far have contented themselves with asking for limited suffrage. Two years ago when the women appeared before a senate committee asking for school suffrage, Senator Hogg told them that if they would come back to Frankfort In 1912, each with a baby, time being granted to all to marry, if they were unmarried, he would vote for the bill. This challenge is to be answered, and it Is stated that the women will come to Frankfort bringing their babies with them to help plead for school suffrage. The women have turned their challenge Into a weapon, and will use the children as exhibits, claiming the right to have something to say about who shall educate them in the public schools. Of course most of the unmarried women who were here last session have not married elnce, but they will borrow children and members of tho Federation who have children, (the president, by the way has two) will storm the senate committee. Only the preliminary work of the present session has been done and but little has been accomplished toward legislation. Those who are leading the fight for certain bills say that the work will be done early and v not jammed into the closing days. Gov. McCreary Is taking aotlve part In tho business of the present session. He has already let the legislators know that he does not propose to sit back and look on, but will be in the thick of the fighting, trying to carry through the recommendations that he made in his message. The message was a lengthy one and covered many subjects, so many in fact that few of the members have succeeded In grasping all that the governor touched upon In his recommendations. When the governor let It be known that he wanted Mr. Terrell elected speaker of the house and made a determined fight to land him in the chair, the members knew that the governor was not simply a lay figure, but a lively Individual, despite his yearB. The governor has told the legislature what he wants it to do, and he proposes to see to it that they do as they are told, If ho can. In his message, Gov. Willson omitted all reference to the need of a new governor's mansion. The governor knows about the mansion, for he lived years ago. He said there thirty-sithe other day that when he lived in the mansion in 1876 it had to be propped up with boards in the cellar to keep It from falling down, so the condition of the mansion at the present time may be imagined. When Mrs. Willson, wife of the former governor, was In the mansion she did wonders with It, and her taste enabled her to make It appear attractive. The defects were covered up, and the casual visitor would not have noticed that the old building was In need of repair. Kentucky's first governor lived in that old mansion. He did not live there as the first governor, the mansion not having been built until after he went out, but Isaac Shelby was elected governor twice, and during his second term as governor, four years after he went out of office tho first time, he lived In the present mansion. The new mansion Is the pet of Lieut. Gov. Ed McDermott. He says Gov. McCreary feels a hesitancy about asking for a new mansion In which he Is to live, so Gov. McDermott Is doing all the talking about a new mansion. He has referred to this in several addresses which he has made recently, notably the address he delivered In taking his seat as presiding officer of the senate. He says Kentucky, which Is practically out of debt, with a two million dollar building for a capitol, should have a mansion for the governor, that would be in keeping with the reputation of the state. Peter Lee Atherton, probably the one millionaire who has ever been In the Kentucky legislature, certainly the only one In recent years. Is keeping house, by his lonesome, in one of the finest homes in Frankfort, which he rented furnished for the session. Mr. Atherton came to the legislature to look after good roads and school improvement which are his hobbles, but he wanted home life as well. He said he could not stand a hotel for three months, so he scouted about and found the kind of a house he wanted. He brought up from Louisville a good cook and some servants, and now Is living like he live at home. the-capltd, x tookaf4t.' This Large . 4 Comfortable Rocker Beautiful Golden Oak Finish One of our Xmas Bargains Only $2.50 Don't Wait Until Christmas Make 5eIections Now W. F. HIGGIN Opposite Glyndon Hotel Persons troubled with partial paralysis are often, very much benefited by massaging the aftlicted parts thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment also relieved rheumatic jS-lpains. All dealers. Sixty-tw- o small merchants and bakers and one large butter and egg house in New York City were fined last week for having in their possession rotten eggs, The butter and egg bouse was fined tne limit $300. Richmpnd, Kentucky RHEUMATISM m " Dr. Whttehair RHEUMATIC REMEDY " For 15 yearr a 'Sua&rd Rerasdr for all forms of R&tusaatism, lumbago, or twollea gout, sore mnadij, joints. It quicldy rslleres the severe paint; redact the ftvtr, and eliminate the poison from th system. I CO cents a box at dcuggists. 'tVrWa far a Fmartaf Bmx IBB ! j Dr. Whitehall Mocrimln . Lafayette St. tteath Bud, c. la. OUR BEST LITTLE OPTIMISTS People of Australia and Mew Zealand Persistent In Trying Otit Plans for Public Good. The people of sunny Australia and of misty New Zealand the working people anyway are persistent opti mists. For 20 yeaip they have been trying out one plant after another for the common good. The eight-hou- r day was an established Institution over there before wo thought of It, and except as an Ideal. State old-ag- e Invalidity pensions have been paid for some years, and the first steps taken toward the establishment of a mini mum wage passed on the Australian standard of living. Postal savings banks, the parcel post and state life insurance have not driven capital out of the country, telegraph and telephone lines and coal mines In New Zealand has not convinced tho capitalists that life fa not worth living. Such paternalism as the furalsblng of free transportation, to men out of work and the loaning of money to en able those without means to take up public land have not only made valu able citizens of many who otherwise might have become wastrels, but have proved good Investments. . They decided to enter politics and to secure by legislation the things most easily obtained In that manner, at the same time pressing forward. Inch by Inch, in the industrial field by means of the collective bargain, backed when needful by the strike and boycott. Thus was born the movement which, for the first time in history, has placed the wage earners In absolute control of the government of a nation. WHEN CAMEL IS" Charles Durham, Lovington, 111., has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting. "My little boy wet the bed every night clear through to the floor. I tried several kinds of Kidney medicine and I "was 'in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley Kidney Pilis. After he had taken them two days we could see a cfiange and when he had taken of a bottle l.e was cured. That is about six weeks ago and he has not wot the bed since." For sale by Stockton & Son. Dr. H. S. Halley, of Scott county, sold to the American Tobacco Co., part of his fancy crop of tobacco at S39 a hundred pounds, by far the highest price paid this season. Other parts of the crop brought S22, 323 and S2J. two-thir- also horses and cart!a always are subject t3 deadly attacks of warms. These ravenous pests multiply by the million, starve your stock, keep them poor, weak and out of condi- uon. 2 Sheen and hces. LVET Kills Worms It is a wonderful, medi- positively cated salt guaranteed to kill and expel all stomach and free intestinal womi Used by leading stock men, not only to km worms, Dait? condition stock; slurp-en- s the appetite, tones v' t, Kgi up tne syarem ana puts nne snape to j teem inmarket prices. get top -Sal -- Vet ta known the coantnr orer a,i the great worm destroyer and conditioner. Costa lesi cent per than head a day for each ibetpor hosrr a trtfie more for other stock. . "That life insurance agent gave me the time of my life." "I don't see how you can say that; he didn't take you anywhere nor spend a penny on you. "No, but he told me how many years I might reasonably expect to live." Remember, It's Guaranteed Lady Wanted To introduce our very complete Spring line of beautiful wool suitings, wash fabrics, fancy waistinsrs. silksetc hand kerchiefs, laces and petlicoats. All up to date N. Y. City Patterns. Finest line On tne market. Dealing direct with the mills you will find our prices low. Pro fits 810.00 to S30.00 weekly. Samples iuiu tun instructions pacxea in a neat sample case shipped express prepaid. No mbney required. Exclusive terri tory. Write for particulars. Be first to apply. STAJiDAUD UK ESS GOODS., Desk C05, Binghamton, New York. 29-3t W. D. Buckley & Co. Richmond, Ky. "An article that can not be purchased, has a tnertt all tt's own." A photograph, a G00D HELPLESS Commissioner's Sale. Mollie Cbawfobd Black! "Ship of the Desert" When Caaslzed Is Under and by virtue ot a judgment In as Hopeless Predicament as and order of sale rendered at the October Any Other Ship. term of the Madison' Circuit Court in the above styled action; the underThe "ship of the desert," like any signed. Master Commissioner of said other ship, may be capsized and in court, will, on that predicament the camel is said to be absolutely helpless under certain conditions. The queer beast's manner of lying 1012, belog county court day, at I down to rest Is to fold his legs beneath o'clock p. m., in front of the court his body. If he happens to roll upon house door in Richmond, Ky., sell to his side he cannot recover his feet the highest and best bidder the followagain. This Infirmity of the animal ing described tract of land; Situated in Madison county, Ky., at was amusingly Illustrated In the ex perience tf a French explorer whose the mouth or Muddy Creek, near the Kentucky river, being part of the land caravan was made up of camels. conveyed to Curtis Jett by S. Parrish The leader had bought some new and wife by deed in the Madiones and had no Idea of taking any son County Court recorded office and beClerk's other animals into a country largely ing the same tract of land, excent the composed of loose sand. Trouble be submerged portion from Lock No. 10 gan at the very outset One camel, in Kentucky river conveyed to Harry as awkwkard as any of the species. Crawford bv deed recorded in Book 48 managed to tumblo into a ditch of at Page 443 in Madison County Court thick mud between the road and a Clerk's office. wheat field. When once fallen a cam of Said land will be s Id for the purpose distribution heirs el can only get up again If he can Crawford, nnd among the sixty-fou- r of Harry contains and arrange his feet conveniently under f acres. him and If the ground Is nearly flat. Terms Said land will be sold on a In this case It was not so. The ani credit of six months time, the purmal lay with all four feet in the air. chaser being required io execute sale perfectly resigned and incapable of a bonds bearing 0 per cent inteiest from single movement to help himself. To day of sale until paid with approved sedraw him out required more than half curity with a lien retained upon the an hour and took the united efforts of land sold until all the purchase money II. C. Rice, many men with cords passed under is paid. M. C. M. C. C. the camel s hack. Pxrmos. Etc, oh Monday, February 5, photograph is the ideal Xmas gift. It cannot be duplicated, and as a mark of personal esteem is unrivaled; one gives portraits of oneself only to one's friends. Make Your Appointment Now. SlefiAUGHEY Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against estato of Sidney Slocker will please pr scnt them to me, verified as required law on or before January 1,1012 or saT will be barred. Persons indebted to the estate, w please call and settle before the abo . date. J. W. Moore, Jr. Newby, K.v s -2C-4- 1. one-hal- 20-4- 1 World-Fame- d Tree. Mrs. A. R. Tabor, Crldpr, Mo., had been troubled with sick headache for about five years, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has taken two bottles of them and they have cured her. Sick headache is caused by a disordered stomach for which theso tab lets are especially intended. Try them, get well and stay well. For sale by j3-lall dealers. m Jones Yes. sir; that boy of mine is a piano player. Why, he ctn play with his toes. Brown How old is he? Jones Fifteen. Brown Pshaw! that's nothing. I've got a boy at home who can play with his toes, and he's only one year old Cath olic News. "Suffered day and night the torment Nothing helped me until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured me permanently." Hon. John B. Gar j3-lrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. of Itching piles. m In the botanical gardens of Calcutta Is the famous banyan tree. It covers 2 acres of ground and fills the visitor with admiration and awe. The utmost care Is taken of this wonderful tree, for every tender young root, as it begins to fall like a stalactite from the branch overhead. Is encased and protected from harm In a bamboo. It Is hoped that this particular tree, nursed and nurtured like a baby, will within the next 50 years, cover at least 15 acres of ground. It Is supposed to have 1,500 aerial roots, a number of which It Is probable that a cypher has been accidentally omitted. The mother trunk is an shapeless mass by this time, and contributes very little to the sustenance of its multitudinous progeny. The banyan tree flourishes In India as In no other part of the world, although ,they do reach an enormous size with hundreds of roots la some other Jands. Geod fer ftuthwM. "Such a perfect gentleman 1 " gohe4 Miss Softwin. "It was so goet et ym. to introduce him to &e Innt Bight, dear. We had a. most dsWghtftd 4 Interesting eiversatioa after Xkt east-ce- rt waa over." "Yes?" calmly queried Tttas. Kbmt, who was cynical esotajii to asww that there was something t bbbm. "And after heariac me bsM Misa Softwin, "he told me toft seriously, you kaow that he weM give anything If he had my refte. Kt sU it was worth a fortune. I'm awe he was perfectly siacere 1b. MyJn K. too." Two of Our Leaders The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs One thing a woman who has nothing to say. bowels, rarer then a day in June Is Harsh physics react, weaken the cause . chronic constination. Doan's Rejnifets operate easily, cure constirjatloM; 25c. Ask your druggist j3-lfor them". m ar The Syracuse 1111 Side Plows and Repairs Even if a woman can't afford a new hat, she can criticise her neighbor's. a, wedoC If your children are subject to attacks of croup, watch for the first symp-toshoarseness. Give Chamberlain's "I'm eertaia h wm," retarfcMl Mas Cough Remedy as soob as the eH4 be Kwmc heoefBtbr. "Feafsaclr smssJ emea hoarse ad the attack, may be Tea see, fear, he's a Sold by dalw.' , Dojiglas, Simmons 4 Deatherage Th5ecood Street Hanhvaie Store Corsets Gomts -- The Kfcfcowid Climax. Malfheid i : : 1 IK CLIMAX PMNIfflC CO (Iueorpoflwsd.) D. Miller W. G. While- Reefing We want-builders OF HISTORY ' By A, W. MACY. RIDING THE.STANG. In wife-beatin- CURIOUS BITS Richmond's Quality Meat Market The clianccs-aro B. Walker "Tandy E& - - - Jee Cc SANTA IS THINKING NOW before he starts on his rounds of what would be the most highly valued pift for his favorites. We would suggest a home or building lot for your family, which would eertainly bring- joy for the Cbriatmostidt?. Consult us and we will help "ou buy the choicest on t a-gift that terms, when yevu want to make will be hailetl with delight. Pros, and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. to see us .M.niler of Gossard Corsets fectly Fitted Per--. fBICL ', " Kentucky "press associatio We want to demonstrate why it is to your advantagtvtOTuof your building with Malthoid do this to Roofing and your complete satisfaction. we-wil- l about roofing:. eighth district a'eusi'ers leauue. formerly the custom ta punish and other frailties Incident to married life, by a peculiar process known as "riding the stang." It .was so called because the leader.; g the north of England It was The farmer brought him here. And those other little pigs That stayed at homo No doubt will bo brought hero, too. We nr?headqu;irlers for Nuxol and Victor Suits 1.0v - -- PER YEAE IN ADVAKCB We will show you beyond any ..... i. . i,i.- - n and Coats Made to "special order" only WEDNESDAY; JAN. 10 - - ?12 Stj'le, fit and material euar anteed. Call and see samples and style books. SUPPER -- PAID FOR ITSELF Ru- - Clever Trick by Which Liszt and blnl Packed House for Their Second Concert. An article In Mrs. 22G J. A. Moores Second Street BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Trv us with an order and you will always be a cus: tomer. : : : : : tains an interesting story of Liszt, Richmond, Ky tho composer, and Rublni, the tenor. Touring together, they visited a town where a great financial success was expected. But they "were disappointed, for "when they entered the hall they found only fifty persons present. Rublni was furious, and said bo would not sing; but Liszt calmed him. "You an Italian review con- - I question that Malthoid is the very highest type of roofing- - perfection and. made so well that it will last as long as the building it covers. We will show you that Malthoid is a better roofing than shingles is more satisfactory than iron is cheaper than tin- -in fact, we can prove that there is no other roofing known to the building trade that is as good as durable , x" as long lasting as water proof: D. B. McKinney Successor to Tate & Son Telephone 35 L. Main 5treet small audience is evidently composed of musical connoisseurs of the town. so we should treat them with respect" Liszt set the example with a grand overture, and Rublni sang to perfec-- l tlon. Liszt save another piece, and then addressed the audience. "Ladles and centlemen." he said, "I think that you have had enough music. Allow me to. ask you to take a little supper with us." Tho Invitation was accepted, and Liszt and Rublni entertained the au dience- - to supper at their hotel, at a cost ot twelve hundred francs. When the guests separated the hosts thought the affair bad been a loke about which nothing more would be heard, but they decided to give their cpneert as advertised on the following night To their astonishment the ball was pack ed; there was no standing room. The whole town had turned out on the chance of an Invitation to supper. -- must Blng," be said; "this Rural Telephones ir rarraen Jiate your nome as modem lor youl lamily an a city rci cence- and place youraali id a position to pet the .latest . market quotations a . ' i:y uuie. rn i can toe accompnsueaiiay means 01r our telephone service, wte ibis and yonr neitrbbor can cet for a sum that is Email Contoured with the ben e5t8 received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special 'Farmers" Liues rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately asteresi you, uor lines cover me ataies 01 ivenmcKy. Tennessee, MlESissipp Louisiana ana me aouinern portion 01 xnaiana ana Illinois. - tu SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated G C Sale & all-around Co. Announcements FOR SHERIFF ordAre the largest Tho Climax is authorized to announce Elmer ot cattle, hogs, sheep, Sheriff Deatherago as a candidate for er buyers of Madison county, subject to Iambs, and calves at the Cin- tne action 01 the .Democratic party. The Climax is authorized to announce cinnati Union Stock Yards. John F. Baldwin as a candidate for Madison county, subjsct to Consign your stock to them Sheriff of of the Democratic party. the action and receive the highest market We nre authorized to onnonnn V. B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison prices. county, subject to'tbe actiotvof the Betno S. Norris, TO INSURE YOUR1 HOUSE "WITH cruuc We nre authorized tn announce IT. IT. COLYER B candidate for Sheriff of Mailt eon countr. subiect to the action of the iari. D, R Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD H. B. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of those its patron needing sor- ices of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist we are hereby authorized to announce VAN B. BENTON a candidate for Sheitff of .Madison (jounty. subject to .the action ot the democratic party. We are Authorized to announce Jacob S. Collins a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Climax is authorized to announce H. C. Rice as a candidate for County Judge of Madison county, subject to the action of tne Democratic party. . FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce S. D Jones as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. II. CROOKE a candidate for County Attorney subiect tn the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce O. P. to Jackson as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madi son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce Wo are authorized Thomas H. Collins as a candidate for County Attorney of Madison coanty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE We ore authorized to announce BENJA MIN K. KDWAKDS. a candidate for bu. and THROAT perintendentof I'ublic schools qt ?iaaison Richmond, Ky county, subject to the action of the Demo01 Jham Bldg. cratic party. Wearelauthorized to announce Wm. S. Brock a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Prof. Harvey IL Brock a candidate for Super Services Reasonable. intendent ot Public Schools, sudjcci to PHONE 83, or 481. the action of tho Democratic party. FOR: JAILER Wnn aiiliinrized toannounceMORG AN TAYLOR n candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. DENTIST We are authorized to announce Clyde Ratbckx a candidate for Jailor of MadLick, ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a We arc authorized to announce N? Specialty. Cotton, Jr., as a candidate for Jailer of Office in Bank BuIWing. Madison county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. We are authorized lo announce W. Joe Wagers for Jailer of Madison county. subject to tne action 01 ine Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR I. R. Pennington We are authorized toannounccGEORGE NOLAND o candidate for Assessor of Dentist. Mm til son County subject to Uie action of f-the Iemocratlc party. Office next door to Government build We are authorized to announceofv. r. a candidate for Assessor MadJ ARMAN ng Richmond, Ky. ison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We nre authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of .v iiaaiKon county buujixi lu iuucu-huDemocratic party. COUNTY-CLERFOR Will buy or sell your bouse, We nre authorized to announce jtoRueC. Clerk candidate for farm town lots or any thing .House a county euujeci County uuuuu lo u i me Madison party else in the Real Estate line. Democratic FOR CITY ATTORNEY Any business intrusted to We are authorized lo announce MUIt him will be promptly and RAY SMITH a candidato for City Atof Kichmond, subject carefully attended to. See tornev Democratic party. to the action of the him if bis services are ".need Wo are authorized to announce D. M. fiHENAULT a candidate for City At ed. . torney, subject totheactlonof the Dem We represent, iron bound ocratic party. FOR POLICE JUDGE re Insurance Companies We arc authorized to announce J. D. member this. Fit Lew for Police Jutfee of IUehmond, subject to the action of the DmocrJitic partv. W. L. Foley Kidney-Pil- ls S-- We are authorized to announce rcuTc for Police Judee of Riohmead, always give satisfaction 'because they StAject to the action of the Democratic always do the work. J. T. Shelnut. party. Bremen. Ga says: "I lave used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and Chickens! ChkkeosH found more relief from their usr than We have a few more Barred Plymouth any other kidney mediclae, and I've !e tried almost all kiads. I can eheerf ally Reck Ceekertk ami PuHets for Pullets for recommend them to aH sufferers far New k the tim te ffet your te orgs. Ow Pnim Hf kidney and bladder trpubfe." F4jfc Kidney Pilli willoBre &By eace of ki Mr&in. ' ney or bladder trouble net beyond reach or medicine. No wcuwojae JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. H. L PATRICK Paint Kentucky James &HunIey - wi(r f do more. Stogswk & So. m H' K-t- A whoop of mingled rage, terror and pain penetrated to the upper re gions and heralded the coming of Roofing Elizabeth. The Paraffine Paint Co. . Elizabeth's mother, for whom tho San Francisco of sound, familiar though It was, has and Chicago never been robbed of its terrors, ran (Copyright, 1911, by Joseph B. Bowloi.) know their business for they out of her bedroom . and half way have been at it down the stairs to meet her waiting for twenty-si- x years and offspring. She sank down upon one MONEY LONG IN USE of the, steps and lnstanUy a pair ot they not only make this roofing 'APER franUc'arms were' locked about hec to sell but they make it to last a Ditch cropped head and Idea That This Particular Medium of knees-anand to please the people who, Currency Is New, Is a huge pink hair ribbon were burled buy it. in her lap. They would, rather have the Elizabeth's mother gathered Into Paper money properly guaranteed good will of the builder than her protecting arms tho head, tho Is now generally recognized through his money and. they eet both pink bows and as much as possible out the world as the most satisfactory of the plump, pathetically heaving by the way they make of currency. It body. and convenient form Malthoid Roofing. is not, however, as is very generally YOUTH HAS BRIGHT FUTURE "What's the matter with mother's w supposed, a comparatively modern baby?" she asked tenderly. If you have roof troubles of any idea. description no kind or of any Woman Customer Is Much Pleased answered wow. wow!" "Wow. The celebrated traveler. Marco Pau Elizabeth. Over Concession She Won From matter what kind of a roof person to lo of Venice, was tho first Young Clerk. you have on your building, see Elizabeth's mother clasped her lit announce to Europe the existence of you us at once and we will help paper money in China under the mo tle daughter closer to her. "Are steps of Miss Ellis, descending tho darling?" she queried, anxious- you out of your difficulty. guls. It was subsequently Introduced hurt, Bennett & Buclrs hardware store, met iy. by the moguls Into Persia, where Mrs. Lane going up. "What they got?" pink bowa "Wow, wow, wow!" Todd-EdwaCo. Umber rds their notes were called djaou, or vibrated violently, but The Mrs. Lane demanded in a tone that indefinitely. djaw, a word evidently derived from guess!" said. "Nothing much, I "Elizabeth, dear," said her mother. th& Chinese word schalo, signifying Richmond, Ky "I didn't look around," replied Miss trying to uncover the hidden face, want of specie." "a Ellis. "I knew what I wanted," hold you must stop crylnjr. and tell me The fact of the moguls having In ing out an ungainly bundle, "and I got what's the matter. Are you hurt?" paper It a hand bellows for my fireplace. Same Reasons Apply Here. China and Persia made use of that The head merely burrowed deeper money has induced the belief my "Why they were I went In, and Mary Baker's" third The Lancaster Record sajs: the. originators of IL But into tho friendly lap. "It's It's to me not Garrard? The following extract no fourth boy came right-uhistory of Tchinghlz-khaand tooth." gasped Elizabeth, finally. and asked what be could show me. from theHarrodsburg Republican tells in the mogul dynasty in China, pub sweetheart?" ex"Your tooth, I told him hand bellowses. jjg or a move to organize mo sporismon 01 of the In the year 1733. the author claimed her mother. "Does it ache?" Ushed brought some .up and said they were guess so." The answer "No, Mercer county for tho protection of (ho speaks of the suppression of the pa came, I don't a dollar. in a tone that was something ner money, which was In use under ' .'Is that the best you can &6V I ask game. This is a good move and the Soung, who reigned between a tfellow and a sniffle. only one by which wo will over see the the dynasty of the to ed him. the moguls, and In China previous "Then what's the matter?" Eliza "The very best,' he says, but I'll Holds and streams of tho Stale get he also mentions a new species of you what I'l do. Miss Ellis,' he enouch protection to prevent their boin; notes which were substituted for the beth's mother was growing slighUy tell says. 'You don't look a very strong devastated before the law oxpires". This old in the year 1261. peevish under the strain. "Elizabeth, ladv. and 111 fill it with wind for move wo advocated several mpntb The original financial speculation of you've got to stop bowling and tell ye.' face since, and, if our neighbors are success the Chinese ministry to provide for me." She raised the "If you want concessions," conclud-- 1 ful in their undertaking, it will bo well tho extraordinary expenditures of the and held It firmly between her; two ed Miss. Ellis. "I recommend ye to for tho people in this county who are state, which were exceeding the reve handa. that boy' Youth's Companion. "Now, tell me," she said, authorinues, was in. the year 119 B. C. At interested lo organize in this county tatively. "If your tooth doesn't ache, this period were Introduced the phi-p- i branch of the Fish and tJamoProtection or value in skins. These were small what are you shrieking about? Taking No Risks. . Association, and, as Mej cer apd Gar pieces of the skin" of deer, which were There was a fresh outburst of tears. "Yesi-xaithe suburbanite, "I am rard join with Dix river as tlie bound jkept In a pen within the palace walls. butVlth the flood came the words fond ot mushrooms and wo often have ary line, perhaps With organization on They wore a Chinese square foot In "It's oh, It's coining out!" them on our .table." Elizabeth's m'ottfer gave a little sigh both sides of the stroam the seining and size and were beautifully ornamented But.'-'- - asked the city man, "dont dynamiting can be at least checked, if with painting and embroidery. The of relief. She kissed the top of the you Incur spmo risk of eating a toad anguished head. "That's nothing to not stopped altogether: A Mercer price of those skins was fixed at stool now and then?" cry about, precious, Bhe said, com sum equal to about ?65. Game Protoctiv "Not If the person who picks them branch of the Fish and fortingly-- "You'll soon have a nice Invariably Association will bo formed oy sports Oil Capital. Standard understands his business. new one in Its- place." I exercise the utmost care. So does men of this community. Something of. Earnings of the. Standard Oil Cora "Oh. I don'tmind the tooth." wail a certain neighbor of mine. We are the sort is badly needed to enforce the pany are understood to be at a ratr ed Elizabeth, "but Torn said oh, not on very ccod terms with him. Slate laws in regard to game, which are between ?80,0Q0,000 and $85,000,000 a dear! Oh. dear me! We was all out of disbursements Imagine my surprise the other even held very lightly by many people in the year as against " playin' ing when his small daughter brought county. Whiio numbers condemn such roundly $40,000,000 a year to share"We were out playing," corrected over a mess of mushrooms, saying her lawlessness, they find it is not thoir holders. .While no definite action has Elizabeth's mother, gently. ,been taken by the company to in papa wanted us to try them for sup "Yessum. We was all out playin1 theracts per. Well, they were all right, wo place to 'kick up a row,' unlessproperty crease Its capital, it is known that and Tom be come along " of depredations are on thoir certain inside interests favor larger ate them and they were enjoyed. La "Tom came along. baDy," Elizabeth's tho ter I met an acquaintance of my kind but an organization such aslook abov capital and consequently smaller dlvi mother said, paUently. to the dends. The company is engaged in would make it a business to neighbor. "Yessum. And Tom he come 'along "'Did you eat those mushrooms?' protection of all tho fish and. gamo'in litigation with the government, and It and he said " The remainder of the any en story is not thought there will be this county." be asked. was lost in another whoop of largement of the capital until after woe. ."'Sure,' said L Foley's Honey and Tar Com the company shall have disposed of Elizabeth's mother rose and led her No bad effects?' the. litigation. I has been suggested small daughter to the bathroom and "None whatever. Why do you pound "Cures in Every several times that the stock be inask?' bathed her face thoroughly. creased to $600,000,000, Chicago Trib was In doubt Case." "Well, Mr. Blank After that she took tho very woe une. no about them, so he Redded to take begone- - infant Into the mother's own Mr. James McCaffery, manager of tli chances. That's why ho tried them Schlitz Hotel Omaha. Ineb., recom room, and sat down in the. big rocking Progression In Language. .f' 1.n on you first.' " .V. ' l . mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com It is possible to tell almost exactly oound because it cures in every case, when the more 'elegant "perspire rOcBdfnMuntiLtteTBobi'Iiad ceased. "I have used it mysen anu l nave result vulgar "sweat." Accord Wherithe. out "A Perfect Saw." recommended it to many others wh droveto a the shewent to her Ing writer In the Gentleman's had Ueen saw wood' have since told mo of its great curativ "To say nothing and past dres8er?"andtookrout.aiaper bag of seems to be one of the most sagacious power in diseases of the throat and Magazine in 1791, "for some time man, woman nor child in soft molasses candy."EilzaDeui' eyes neither toiey phrases passed down by our hard lunes. says Air. aicuattery. glistened. any uonev working, forebears. Like most sayings family and Tar (Jompouna is a ronaoi Great Britain and Ireland, of to rank "Now," said Elizabeth's mother, "we your chil or fashion, has been subject Give it to the medicine. which have emanated from manual dren. and tako it yourself when you feol gross form of exudation which was are going to haye a perfecUy beautiful labor, "this Is blunt, homely, and, to a cold coming on. it checus anu cures formerly known as 'sweat' Now ev treat, just us two. the loquaciously Inclined, painfully couzhs. and croupand proents bronlii ery mortal, except carters, coal hea Fairly radlaUng Joy, Elizabeth bur me a mah bent jack-knif- e tis and pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. accurate. Show ied her more or less uncertain little vers and charmen, merely 'perspire. & Son. lm fashion over a sawhorse, with For sale by Stockton For these 20 years past the word tooth in the piece of candy. Then a short log under his buck, and I will 'sweat' has been gradually becoming she removed the candy hasUly, gave Will Attend School. noint out a man who Is minding bis It one look and Immediately set up a more and more odious." Before 177 nwn business with admirable zeal. If As an evidence of the increase of pro or so "perspiration" commonly meant shriek that made tho plaster nearly ho speaks, be ceases to saw. While fessional spirit among the teachers of an Insensible process, "sweating" the start from the walls. he saws he is necessarily mute. Hence Clark county, we learn that fully one- - crosser variety thereof." In ono of his this shrewd phrase, which is, punning "Wow, wow, wow!" sne toofc up Wesley remarked that "dur aside, a perfect saw. Atlantic Month half of the teachers will take a course sermons try where she had dropped it at the Richmond Normal School us soon ing a night's sleep a healthy man pers the time before. "Wow, wow, wow! ly. plres one part in four less when he short as their terms of school expire. Wo arc My tooth's gone, and Tom said" glad to see this manifestation of pro sweatB than when he does not." That The shriek ceased as. suddenly as It would be meaningless Bees as a Weather Bureau. fessional spirit and they will be bad begun. Two large tear drops were studied the boes In much benefited by their attendance- Those who have arrested midway down her fat cheeks the mountains say their combs al Winchester Democrat. and a smlfe, beginning In a very email ways foretell the length of tho com way, grew and grew until It threating seasons to a nicety. As they al Prospective Candidate. ened to bisect hec face. She ran to ways build their combs first, if the the mirror and regarded intenuy the Judge Joro A. Sullivan, of Richmond theSDrine Is to bo early and warm gap left by the departed tooth. vice chairman of the Democratic Stale combs at the top of the hive are built 'Why, mother Tom thald, he thald long, but If the first season of the Campaign Committee, spent Saturday that when my tooth came out he combs In Lexington. Mr. bullivan is a pros rear is to be cold and short the tbald that he knew a girl who looked are made small. It la tho same with pective candidato for Congressman from like me, with little poppy eyes Because dollar for dollar we do lust pink halrtrflSfebnth, and when her the summer and fall season. Moun tho Eighth Kentucky Congressional Disand taineers who have cleared lands in the trict, but he had no news in regard to wnea. my tooth not bolievo there is anything else tooth came :t valley say they can predict scant or his prospects for the office when seen came out that when her tooth watb on earth that brings tho s; bountiful crops merely by opening and ai the i'lioentx Hotel, wliertf ho was gone that I wouldn't know how to do examining the combs In a beehive. slopping. Lexington Herald. pleasure as a homo. And again, anything but Just whlthle! He thald New York Press. that when that girl's tooth that look by invosting rigtt-ho- re in your ed like me wath gone she couldn't Tho people who abuse our kindness A Prayer For The New home community you are dealing ever talk again. And, mother, it "Eternal God, in whom is tho ho toVf arelhosowbo ask for the use of our kind o' hltheth when in values you understand and with wathn't thot It space, which is money to us, and then all our years, remember us in Tby '1 do it, but I can talk! I can talk people you know; hence tha risk lutbt atb much ath ever!" when they have a little printing to do mercy also in this now year of our Lord carry it somewhere else. There Is no Reveal Thy glory in the experience of Elizabeth's mother fled hastily Into of loss is completely eliminated, this, Elizabothtown its joys and sorrows. Forestall its" tears reciprocity in the next room and buried her bead What you dont know about lum in a thick. bath robe which waa hangNews. with the abiding comfort of Thy ber wo are hero," to tell you and ing In the corner of the cloet. presence. Make us strojng rightly to "The eternal feminine!'' she chok NEATEST MEDiCME 01 EMTK measure all our gams and to endure we may bp ablo to holp you avoid ed. "How ber father would eajoy it with patienco every loss Thy low many of tho mistakes that are freIf I should tell htm! Bat I doa't be allows. Show us Thy meaning in the quently made in tho selection of ll ve. I'll tell him. .1 thick thk .H prominent citizen of Evaaville, A gifts and opportunities of each new day. lunjbor unsuited for different pur Ind, writes: "I was 111 for ve The recent warm wet spell has badly months with a pulmonary trouble, and Assure us of Thy help in labor; Thy poses. Some lumber is- O. K. for rotted all fodder that was not well stt bad the beet of doctors. I bad besor-rhage- e delight in our joys. Qtitcken our minds a cent up. A much larger proportion of the outstdo uses and and was in a very bad way. to clear vision and ourhearts to 'chep.r- Through the advice of a friend I tried ful contont. . Provide- - for our bodies for Interior finish, and vice versa. corn crop than usual is still in the field. It was In poor conditio to start with Viaal, and I feel that it saved say life. such vigor as shall be needful for our We kdow just what is best foe and ia- and now tho proportion It t all you Tecpraraead it to 1m. I allotted work. We leave to Theo th most purposes and have it in fctock ferior corn U larger than ever before Wteve It te ike greatest medlelM oa wyrtery of "the year's events, assured 1 to show you. Drop In and letf known. The wther has been of great eMtk. I bav advised others is try MRl.... ...1. Wl.t. have bad the Mae hold froM us all gifts which would Iftaak and benefit to growing grab tht had began talk it over l wwrtta." (Name furHtetoed m re-- ynt Thy. purpose for our growth itt jo fel the effect of Ike ewl y freezes and It i agam growing nicely. in this vktulty w4osi and in service. Only deny m t We mat mry-on"Tkre's KrNacc Life with eferoaje eolde, not Thyself Thy Spirit to itutruei our The Burley Tobco Seeiety ttsbeen wao to ordered to produa all H books in the Maja, or paknonary trouble, to hearts, Thy word to bre,(-Thype- e to still our reeltesMs, Thy prrtwiao to omm awl tA.betUe of YlaoL U. S. Circuit Court t Oi&clanati in tfae resolve enc doubts. In tfev. lifting of Todd-EdwarIf it does pet o to tiM Mftt of by the B." 0. suit brought ds bU, kal tbe faafemmatkm and ste tempt &1 ioa mat that our faith fail not Babelby Company, whMt to trial a.eMorfuriy retrm mi wftta our ers r taded brmf u UH.ecMgh, w JiDMry 3.-im of Itii tbe alt mrmr Mat tHMm tar it Tfcla skews to Thymit, Jmus Chrit, our ew. ftftitfc, MCjwii tbat jom Lerd. Am. ".. yt- - , iter!? aMtojr. ' as fire resisting and as cheap as : Malthoid Roofing. , , It has got every other brand of ready roofing markingtime while it is progressingr-ther- c is more of it sold on the Pacific Coast than all other brands combined and speaks well for the intelligence of builders that this is so. if The makers of north country word for a chair- fastened on tv,o poles. In southern England the process Is called "rough music." The offender was called upon by a company of men, women and Children and treated to a loud and boisterous serenade, the 'Instruments being cows' horns, fire shovels, tongs, frying pans, pot lids used as cymbals, tin palls, and other Implements and utensils capable of producing loud and discordant noises. Along with the din the serenaders would keep up a constant hooting and yelling, and make many Jeering remarks to the culprit. If one application was not sufficient, the performance would be repeated; sometimes, In flagrant cases, every evening for a week. This form of punishment Is known to have as been meted out to late as 1862, and there Is some ground for believing that the custom still survives among the lower classes In some parts of England. In this country newly wedded couples are sometimes treated to a serenade somewhat resembling the above ceremony, but It is always arid does not carry the Idea of punishment.. We call it "chariv" ari," pronounced wlfe-beate- rs good-nature- d "shlv-a-ree.- choice Pork Quality Groceries Await You Here Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. I Local and Long Distance Telephone 83 Gte5ing Richmond, Ky T. elephone 39 o. Meat 5econd-s- Broaddus. Sanitary t rw t Mlorin Shop 1VT y Elizabeth's Peril J, B. Stotilfer nas reopened a first class shop. Suits'nude.j Oer- - . to order made at home by experiened Tailors. 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by i! Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter Also large line of ready made Clothing "Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. .1 J. B. STOUFFER. 222 West Man Street. 5. Erro-roneou- s. J. T. FEKRIELL Real Estate. Agent Oldham Building Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Airs. AL D. AlcPherson, from Chad-bouN. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me .to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." rn, Richmond, Ky GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON p Lawyers Oflice in Douglas & Simmons new n Building on Second Street opp. Court IIousq Attobnbyat-L- a , op- HlOHMOND, - KENTUCKY. tear-staine- d r&ce over Slate Bank & Trust Co., posite Conrt House, on Main Street. r .take , UAKUU m The I Woman's Tonic 4arryM Blanton, ce d taly lt Bennatt Bati.iu. fEiJiPnONB DENTIST 184 R. Emmett Million Successor to Uunrin Over DENTIST SUte Banc Trust TELEPHONE & S08 Denny For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well During this time, thousands of women have written, like Airs. AkPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Cuttiaoon Medicine Ca. Qattznooca. Teaa., for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment tor Women." seat tree. J Company Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Oflice Telephonj267 in Oldham Building Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone tf and live stock insurance. L. & N. Time Table No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. BLACK POWDER Mi mt i v ll muchHo-be-deslre- d No. No. No. No. No. to-da- Tudiciously No. South Bound. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives t. and Departs 12:05 a. m. De 71. Richmond to Stanford. parts 6:15 a. m. 1. Louisville to Beattyvillo Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar rives ll:40a.m'. Departs 12:12 a. m 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. 27. Hicbmonu to Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m 9. Cincinnati & Maysvillo to Stanford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs 7:2o p. m. North Bound 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4;1G a. m. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m Departs G:25 a. m. 2. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives 7:15 a. m. Departs 7:20 2S. Louisville to Richmond v Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. 70. Stanford to Richmond. "Arrivo Mid-nigha-- v SHOTGUN SHELLS To get good results in shotgun shooting, it is necessary to have a load that makes an. even pattern, gives good penetrations and' is reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun-Shellare just such a load. The next time you buy, insist upon having themi i THE RED W BRAND . s - J 1 statements, balance 7X)U can write your bills, sheets, etc., in the usual way with the Spent Money That Put Into Home . to Louisville , Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:10 p.m No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs 4:54 p. m. iio'S 31. 37, 33, 27. 34, 28, 33. 32 ar Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3 9, 10, 2, 7e dally Kxcept bunday. 3:00 p. m. No. 4. Ucattyvillo Remington Adding and Subtracting Typewriter! (Wahl Adding Mechanism) and when you come to the end you. will find the correct totals of each column whether one or more actually staring you in the face. Writes and adds or subtracts as the' operator goes along, without any extra worK on nis Looking Through. - - part. Thus the not-wort- Our list of paints you will bo amaze at theany varities for special uses. jrork There Are Paints For Every cut in half and is Purpose. From the usful water paints for cell walls, barns, eta, to the finest of var. nhes mm polishes for the furniture or pifte. Tell us what ytm want lo do and we'll su$ly tho paint product with whici te a it absolute accuracy is assured. f 131 tiy e teM4 tp: aainH BLJuctt &Son Wall Paper &4 th d. wt faints VisiWe Lumber Co. and Adding Writing $Mtfe LwHtvHKlCy Fftk WE TAKE STOCK FEBRUARY 1 and that the good people of Richmond and surrounding terriTherefore we determined that such prices should be named on our stock as will insure a record Breaking sale before stock-takin- g reputation at a mere fraction of their true tory shall enjoy the greatest offer of values ever put on sale in the heart of the buying season, We have slaughtered standard goods of world-wid- e worth. This is not a sale of shop wornn trash, but a merciless sacrifice of the Choicest Wares Gathered Together from the Metropolitan Markets The imost daring disregard a bona fide cut. of cost or value in a huge outburst of sensational bargains that must lay our counters bare within a short period We have cut deep to move our winter stock and add prestige to our store for value giving. STRICTLY CAbH TO ALL A Determination Sale Means Special Reducfibns LE BEGINS THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, AT 8 A. M. .Vs. Suits and Overcoats at Less Than Cost of Raw Materi Service Suits Built with and idea of strength. All f, colors and sizes at the but the won't last. So be here early if you want one. Regular price 8.00 and 10.00 go-of- Boys' Suits and Overcoats Big assortment in all sizes from 6 to 17 years, most of them are known by the label, "Woolly Boy." Well tailored, perfect fitting. Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction at double the price. We are offering in this sale Suits and Overcoats worth up to $5 Dress Suits and Overcoats Hand Tailored Suits and Overcoats Determination Price Choice exponents of the tailors' art for Suitable for best wear. Firm front cut' Choice of many novel the particular fellow who wants the custom in the newest style. fabrics well tailored. The usual 15.0ft and made appearance. Brown, black, gray, blue and many combination of colors. $20.00 to up to 18.00 kind Determination Price $22.00 . Determination Price Determination Price Fancy Cheviot Suits and Overcoats Good staunch woolen materia!, choice of oi many patterns and styles of dark and light $350 Suits and Overcoats, regular 6:00 and 7.00 values $1 0-9- 0 $13 50 and Overcoats Values up to $25 00 1 Men's Trousers Collegian Suits' All new shades and styles. Corduroys includedall must go $2.00 values now. .$1.45 . 1.95 2.50 and 3.00 values now 3.50 and 4.00 values now . 2.95 5.00 and 6.00 values now . 3.95 materials. We thought them great values at 12.00 and 13.50, but this is a sacrifice at Determination Price $850 Boys5 $450 Regular 8.00 and up to 10.00 values Determination Price $ 6.50 The finest and best of all values up to $30 Determination Price Extra Pants Men's Determination Price $6.50 Regular 12.00 Suits and Overcoats Determination Price Boys' Knickerbocker Pants values now .50 values now 2.00 values now 1.00 . G5 $18.00 Cut Prices on Everything Large assortment, all made up in the Knickerbocker style. AH go in this Great Determination Sale $750 95 1.35 Clueut Shirts AH fancy colors, white pleats excluded Underwear Wool.Ribbed and Fleece in Coopers and Wright's Health Men's Shoes 100 Men's Hats 4.75 pairs Ba3Tden's 6.00 Shoes now.. The Just Wright Shees 300 pairs to pick from 5.00 values now 4.00 values now " Soft and stiff; black, gray and brown, also "rough" soft styles .-- 5 50 Shirts now 1 : 2.00 Shirts now 2.50 Shirts now : : : : : $1.15 1.45 1.85 Royal Special and Monarchs The best AH $1-00 $ 35 $2.00 values per garment .85 .00 and 50 per garment 50 and .75 per garment .40 1 3.95 3.45 2.00 and 2.50 values for 3.00 and 3.50 values for 1.35 2.15 1 1 Big Assortment of Other Brands Winter Caps With Fur Flaps tc pull down 1.00 Caps for .50 Caps for .25 Caps for ... . 35e Shirts made : : Munsing Union Suits 80c fancy colors : $ 1.00 Shirts now $2.00 and 250 now 1 $1.65 Ladies9 Shoes Sil-Kic- 300 pairs or more to select from 3.50 values noV 2.95 3.00 values now X . . 2.45 2.50 values now 1.95 (c isc 50 Shirts-no- w 4: 40c $1.35 .85 .50 values now 1..00 values now 1.15 Flannel Work Shirts $2.00 values now 1 : : .00 and 1 50 values now Gloves 1 L 300 pairs This famous make is widely known to our customers for its good style and .80 perfect fit. They Fit the Arch : : : $3,95 $5.00 values for t Boys' Shoes 3.00 values now 2.50 values now 2.00 values now 2.35 1.95 1.50 Men's and Boys' Heavy Sweaters and Jerseys 75 values nowl : 1 .00 and 1 .25 values now $ 50 and 2.0o and 3.00 and 250 values now 350 values now The Great Western make, can't rip, lined and unlined :. $3.75 $5.00 values now : 235 35 3.50 values now values now .75 2.50 and 3.00 75 1.15 50 and 2.00 values now $ 1 .65 : : .75 .00 values now 235 1 1 4.00 values for 3.50 values for - : : : : . 3.35 2;85 ' Suspenders 1 1 Lace Boots 8. 00 : : ROYAL SPB&mL 400 pairs strong $3 .00 values for ' Police and Firemen's Brands, noted for strength; the kind always considered 1 I f guou1 vuiucs au r zoo. sale price ' n 6.50 5.00 3.50 3.00 values values values values values now now . now now 5,50 4.75 3.(55 now, , m o.75 d.45 . 2.50 values for :: : $45 v i:95 -- Our Neckwear sale will be the evenf" DC of the year. Choice of house Silk Mufflers at One-hal- f Off Neckwear See oiir Bargain Counters surprise you to find such great values it will Don't Get This Sale Confused With Other Sales Look for the Big Yellow Banner g TU..P UjpUMl WlilW) X. HOME OF COUJEGIAN CLOTHES a - 11V X. WWIW "u w-wv- 10 Pages Today Sectiot Twi THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1912 United. How awful bad been those two ffi 1U Pages Today Section Two 38th YEAR NUMBER 29 WANTED The Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. rhCOErOBATED. y t2E s.-ifcv.Tv" -- ifeal3ksa si OCES60U TO IlIOIIXIOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sell your tobacco. We have put in additional lights, and have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. PHONE 251. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated I r T MAIN STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY NEAR L. & N. DEPOT Removal Sale We are now selling our stock of goods Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account all and of moving January . see us and we will convince you 1 M arch and Doudas A ate Normal rPENSES VERY LOW. TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS f ATTDCITC TUITION Preparatory. State cate. Lite Diploma. County Certificate, Review, Special Certifi-LUUilJ- FREE TO APPOINTEES ASK ABOUT IT. ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Going to Build? Lumber Bunn Near IF SO, LET U5 FIGURE YOUR mm HE con Incorporated L & A. Depot Telephone 425 A Rare Beauty r- Bothing with which to reproach yourself? I ruined her life; yes, I grant it, but yoo drove her to suicide. Why hare I sot the right to fault you even as you seem to claim the right to fault me? We have both sinned against that woman, but at least in those final hours I did my best for her. Did your' Charnock hesitated. No one had erer spoken to him like that He had said these things to himself many times, but no one else had ever as sumed or presumed to do so, and had anyone but this man ventured upon such words, he would have met with short shrift Indeed. But there was eo much justice and so much truth in what Langford said that, resentful though he was, hating the man as he did, he could not be blind to It. "You are right," he admitted at last but with great reluctance. "There is more guilt on my soul than yours, but no other man under heaven should have told me so." "Nor should I have told it to any other man," returned Langford.. "But that doesn't explain why you come h"er,e." "Why!" exclaimed the other. "1 don't really know." In that instant the tension under which he held himself gave way. He reeled "slightly, put his hand to his heart. For the first time Charnock noticed how white he was, how sick and wretched he looked. Although he could pot bear to touch the man, there was unconscious appeal in his weakness which the stronger man could not resist. He sprung instantly to his side. He caught him by the arm. "What's the matter?" he asked almost rpughjy. "Ypu look ill, weak, suf fering." Jt is nothing." answered Langford, struggling manfully tq control himself and to fight back "the ever tightening pain about his heart "My time's about up. If I pould sit down " "Here," cried Charnock. He half led, Jialf carried the man, supporting him with his ppwerful arms, (o a seat on the terrace across which the shadow pf the house fell in the niornlhg. "Thank yon," said Langford. "Now," he fumbled in his pocket and pulled put a little phial with shaking fin gers, "If ypu will be kind enough to open that and give me one of these," he gasped, "I am hardly up to It" Quickly, deftly, Charnock took the phial, opened it placed one pf the tablets in the pther s hand and waited anxiously. Above on the porch a servant appeared and him Charnock bade bring water, wine, restoratives. Presently Langford recovered himself, the powerful medicine acted, the tearing pain at his heart abated. If left him fearfully weak and broken but his own master. Well," he said with cynical bitter ness, "you see." "Yes," answered Charnock gravely. "I see." "I am going in one pf those some day and mighty soon now, and it is because of that that I came to see vou. I wanted to talk to you about her." "No man speaks to me about her." "But you can't refuse the dying, yqu know. You can't go away and leave me here. You can't stop me by force, When I am weak, I am strong,' " he quoted almost sardonically, "I shall not leave you," said Char nock. "You are paying for what you did. My Qod, I could envy you ypur going. Do you think life is sweet and pleasant to me with the memory 01 what I did rankling?" "No, I suppose not," said Langford, but I didn't really come so much to talk about her as to talk about you." I can't conceive that I am a proper subject for your conversation." He said it firmly but not unkindly. Langford was too pitiable a spectacle for that. "It's about your project,'.! went on the.' pther. "will you elj mo about IU'1 about his breast as If b9 would Iain tear it off. He was white once more, the sudden flush had gone, but bis lips were set determinedly. "Listen well to what I tell you," he saTd slowly. '4,1 break my word to do It I am false to my oath in what I say. Nevertheless I say it Go back to the Island!" "What?" cried Charnock. "Don't you hear me?" asked the" man, intense bitterness in bis voice. Now that he had made the plunge, he realized more keenly than ever what it meant to him even in the very ar ticles of death to think pf Charnock and the woman. "Do I have toaay it again?" he went on. "Go back to the island." His voice rose until he almost cried the five words in Charnock's face. The Virginian stood absolutely appalled. Langford looked at him a moment, laughed bitterly, turned, and went slowly down the steps, Mpre than ever he bated him. In pne bound Charnock was by his side. "You have said too much or top little," he cried, laying his hand upon the other. "What do you mean? Why should I go back to the Island? Is she In his agitation, he even shook the frailer, slighter, feebler form of the man who bad Just .uttered Jhose words. "Unless," paid Langford coolly,-"yo-u want me to die on your threshold, you would better take off your hand. The doctors told me that the least physical Violence or exertion wpuld be fatal to me." Releasing hlra, Gharnock sppke again. "Put won't you tell me what you piean? Great God, maq, think what ypur wprds convey?" "I will tell you nothing, nothing further. This is my last will and testament to you. Though I die here, I have nothing further to say to you than this: Go back to the island. Damn you!" He turned away again and went dpwn the steps leaving Cbarnpck standing staring after him. He reeled slightly as he went but ho caught himself and marched op with as great a resolution as ever any soldier manifested in the point of danger. He had displayed weakness pnee in the presence pf his enemy. He would not do t again. And while Charnock stared at him, he stepped out through the gate from under the trees, entered the big car and was whirled away. Left tp himself Charnock sat down upon the bench and pressed his head In his hands, hs thoughts In a wild whirl. Go back to the island! Why had he said that? Whq was there? DidiBomp. fantastic spirit of revenge send him half way rpund the world on spme fpol's errand? Hatred sppke in the man's voice. He had coupled his injunction with a curse which wa? sufficient attest tq the bitterness of hl3 feelings. And yet truth sppke there, too. Go back tp the Island What could it mean? A long time he sat resolving. lp his mnd his course, although he knew what it would be from the very moment that the words bad fallen from Langford's Hps- He must go back, if 1 - there?" cry gem iu cur fine collec-of jewels is, and their rich c )l r and brilliancy ana uni-iuand exquisite setting lake them lit gifts for a 'i aeen. We have everything m p -- . t prices that are remarkable r r tlieir low fjgure :at is new and novel in pins, :ngs, ear screws and cfrPs own lips what you propose to do. I am a business man accustomed to large affairs. I want to hear with my own'eara all about if' Charnock hesitated. After all, why not Standing before the other, he outlined all tla plans. 'Rapidly, dra matically, 'concisely, lie builded before the other's1 eyes the' castle of his M dVeams. c UA (i to be (or her, "Haven't you read the papers?" "Yes, but I want to hear from your a memorial to. her.1 'Tbu'E'ee, ad "that iier name shall 'called 'down WP9'n fce he aa b unborn.?. genepUfpn "'Otis a practicable 'scheme.'.' said Langford"And a great one. Wl8 has. H iu turnkey 'Men you Know," answerea ynar gpek; rapidly yarning hem, 'They can mate. . u go u uajuwij .. T iv. can. l congratulate you upoa J. iv is a great idea. As usual," be laughed bitterly, "you have got ahead of me. While you have been worlung ana living these two years, I have been Idling and dying. But I can make some ame&ds at least You will see presently. Now I must go." He rose unsteadily to his feet "Walt!" said CharrfOck. "I never thought lb do tfali I ever thought tQ speako you0 agate, But tou cas't go ngSs '' ' F. J. YEAQER Betsys Pointers have never seen a woman; had w5t.li frnod sense but w .0 beauty enough to make her self highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at je rememuereu Jt.o yt "I fhe Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Tdeohone 62 Laky ! & TqcW Opera House Building bow.k trocar W W come to tfce hV6 yourself, get ret payslclai. I 4't meaa far mi there a caa be Irle&ds&ip Between that us. i to'tfivt untU ?W rovef over Bight let me Bis Prices For Hides O 3 We have enlarged Our warepouse. uu4 . " jfeigs. d'leall'the Tallow, W&f,Yrn'H j w Bones, n.'--a Uf hrincr. 1nn- Gin- Kemem- - R rincr whnt vou have to ' . T- f HAVE FOR SALE THE -- ... sues ia. .i . . i uie tee There 6s apart I have sever be that keeM Kla4 that I iiB't break you fore be when I held you ia my arms upo tfie could o to wUo it She forgave me, V8u.'I fcaa'4o It Maybe by l&ai I caa vi iiVm 'tome forgiveBess myseu. fri libtli fool aa ypu were ka V K'l t wasn'.t but J on were aaaa at laet MattWa. 1 woa't dleturb you." ush "Br heave!" M Laagford, won aow. No, I 1st. "toh are ut s4ay, I OumMc you I0T I Tm Tff bt at fs ?c. Repairs for all kinds of nr? rft craces ior tientcr wv Tafdr. tc. aai -, t fl kitWs Macher Ffcoai "Jeverth3iee,Jy.a jkalf k1 teMeted tk cTfa"aewai4. M, RICHMOND WIDES 363 'i will ttve 10 a wp Ma KENTUCKY hMrt acaia. cleached kU ale aa4 the cloth lag he tell yqu I was here?" hp told me to go hack tq. the island, that was al." "Nothing more?'1 "Ie gave me a letter which I was tq open when I set foot upon It." Killed Rabbit at Expense of "Open it npw," said, the woman. His Own Lite. She had risen tp a. sitting position.. He knelt beside her, bis arm around, John, W- - Cook of Lawrcncoburg, Ind , her supporting her. He carried, the, saw a rabbit run into a hollow log. letter in his pocket l?e bad slipped, it Cook set his rifle mmale at one. end of e nere as no atartea iCjT tu snore, the log, attached a string to the trigger pak U p,ut aafl handed H to, her. stooped over the other end of the log, "You may ppen It," hp salfl, With trembllpg finders she tore the and pulled a string. He received the envelope, Inside tfiere was nothing bullet full In his breast, but as tho he caught it for him, but a smaller envelop ad- rabbit ran from the log dressed, to hert The chaplain held with his hands, and then staggered plpse to enable them to see. bleeding tq his home carrying th& the Is for me," she said, "not for rah,htt, In his home ho fell dead. you." "Yes," said Charnpck. gravely, sti- Away Goes Pimples. fling a, spas.m, $1 jealousy in his heart Blackheads. fLczema, "Ypu "ifbjiy open it" ''Not I," returned the man touched Dandruff and other by this confidence. "It U for J0U.u Skin Affections sh tore ta Without more. en,Ye.lPje. A little of papCr fell frem it, 111 message was Vfeea Zemq aad Zcmo Soap Are Whlle Charnock reso- u Ief Used. utcly averted his head, she read these The Perry Drug Store says, "We are words: confident that ZEMO and ZEMO "I broke my word once to your sor row; I break It again to your joy. SOAP used together will rid the skin vaicnea tno diuq name develop and you try to remember now that or scalp of infant or grown person of swell out in the still air, paused for a Won't amends PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD, ECZEMA, moment hesitant, touched the light tg I am gone that I tried to make and that I gave him back to you?" DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any the inflammable mass of dead, wood at She glanced at the paper and then tho base of the pile. Ia one instant form of itching, irritated, disfiguring simple words aloud. the flames were roaring amid the she read the understood vaguely that skin or scalp trouble, that we do not ' Charnock larger timbers as they had roared on way Langford had known that hesitate to recommend; thse clean re that morning nearly two years ago. in some the woman was alive how he could fined remedies to every person who do- For one Instant she would have torn that she had sjres quick relief and a cure from any down tho pyre and scattered the ascertain later andnot to tha,t form of aggravated sKin or scaip aueu- Same, but It was not within her pow- made him promisepromise tll; and djed., tion. Oftentimes one doiiib nnu ou Nothing could stop that raging he had broken his er. "I don't understand $he!as wprtis," cake of soap will cure "a minor caso of blase now. , As the flames crackled up through, nald the wojma.&. "They are $is, last words, j lane u, skin trouble. tho wood, roaring, and, catching.' the ZEMO and ZEMOSOAP produce sure Morning and Evening with Unvarying nnswered. the man. "He looked like a Routine 8he Had Scanned the Ho- sun sank and the darkness, fell- - Her-las- t dead, man, when he came to me at my and swift results. You will not suffer rizon. act ere the curtain p ni&b,t shut house la Virginia and told me to go to another day after you commence to use her in had. been to, fix. h?r glass upoa. the bland." them. You will feel like a new person. for no other reason than to settle the (he faint hlur pf smoke. ?fow sheCQuld. "Poar Langford," said the woman. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob- question, to, sat- see nothing. doubt to answer the It was a mopnless-slgh- t "May Cod have mercy on html" fntnori fmm one leading druggist in isfy the wild clamor of his soul, kill but brighf vfith star. She moved added the chaplain, solemnly. He in America and in the' hope that flashed into "his breast away aa frm tUe flje and sat down the knew the story, too. "Do you forgive every city or town Drug Store. ' at the other'B words. Richmond atPerry's before, sheltered by aay child?" asked the old man as She had His reverie was Interrupted by the peak, tft watch, the sea. Now that she him, too, turned away to leave these he, During the year just closed 25,000 arrival of a strange negro. Langfqrd bad done iprha.t she had sworn not to two alone. corporations failed to file their returns had stopped at a village tavern, it ap do, she was eager for the success of "With all my heart" answered the peared, where, he had procured writon or before the 1st day of March, thus attempt Indeed, she thought that woman, Sl.tXX) to ing materials. He had patd the boy her U ya ship did not see that fire and vou forgive me!" asked incurring the penalty of from "And do liberally to bring tho note tQ Char 910,000, as provided by act of 1U0U. to the Island and take Charnock sofUy. did not come nock. The envelope was sealed. Be her off, this time she would really die; "With all my heart," again an Every new corporation should inform neath his name v?as written thesa she could not stand another disap- swered the woman, but with a change the Collector of Internal Revenue, hum Wprds: pointment. la the Intonation that made all the dif nut the blanks provided. Blanks will "As yqu are a gentleman and re the two be mailed on application. And so she waited wondering spect the request of a dead man, you through long hours while the flames ference la tha world betweea statements will not open the envelope until you exhausted themselves and by and by She turaed her face toward him. v stand upon tho Island." FOR IT. fell to a heap of glowing ashes. re.chBi her arma up ta his neck, for- Never was there such a prohibition. here leaDed out through the tatties? the aala in her foot la tne Never was there such a consuming darkness a distant twinkle of igh H 4eac, kit he pressed upon her up desire in the man's heart to defy was too low for a staje. Fueling for turned, lip while ae aeia aer ciose You Are Shown the Way and "w,Ul there 1 that still and starry night on it and disregard it Yet that vague, the telescope, she Out intangible thing we call honor, backed difficulty fpcuspd, on th$ tlai spark. that aesMka island of regeneration ia by a flimsy bit of paper and paste, light, h light oj' ship! tha no just reason why any There can be t was a red Pacific sea. held Charnock with fetters of steel. The vessel had sen, the signal W was THE END. reader of this will continue to suffer Thd envelope decided hlffl. Hq rpsOj nearer, mucn'iiearer 8h kaew the tortures of aa aohing back, the anto pis feet entered tne HQuse, seat tor about how far auch a Hght could be Automobiles Painted. noyance of urinary disorders, the danstory and bade his uncle, tqld him tho seen. Tho ahla was comlnf toward At my shop on Third St. I am pre cers of serious kidney ills when relief is him uet ready to start ror Ba& Tan. hey. She almost fainted from the Cisco that night Whlttakox and th to cer- pared to paint and trim Automobiles,. possible and proof given that these ills Cf feeling from hope Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all can ha cured. The following is con chaplain, summoned temporarily-- from tainty, from anxiety ta assurance. the great undertaking, joined them at close at hand now. She must kinds. I have. A painter of long ex- vincing proof, It was John W. Forman, 8 Montgomery Washlneton. and the little party went rr, Hnwn to the beach to meet It She perience, and who. understands his I j rose to her feet and started dowa the think rushing westward In a private car on Prices as low as consistent street Mt Sterling, Ky., says: business. at IS 1th first class work. Give me a trial. mv kidnev trouble was the result of a special train as fast as steam and MIL She went slowly, cautious a steel could take them. And yet to first, but finally she bp Horse shoeing. BJaoksmlthing and heavy work. I was compelled to give the heart of the man their progress rrViMw run. She itrTe tram the repairing in all branches. up all work that required stooping on foojt bewas so slow that every hour he excHfrsaeat, her path la l(a-t- f account of a weak and lame back. Jamba A. Mooaas. ficra-(laum- c L projectla root X saara, came more frantic with impatience. had been laid up for several days at a pain shot through her. Sep Back In the little .village inn, by the Baa Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone time, and some time ago began to look e break ia. roadway Langford., alone, lay pylng. thlag seemed ta tf Had live stoak testuanee. w around for a cure. Until I began using pitched, forward oft A strange lawyer fyrpt? a tew letters not find any. Doaa's Kidney Pills I r him yjgOrmlng a will made in San lav stilt The Danger erf La Grippe thlng'that would provodid bewail me, ' of Whe aa asa ta her imw ncweo leaving ever aouar ne pos k ft Jlaal teaeaey topaeussonia. To I was soon well and strong, and now I sessed to Charnock's great undertak was salalaa la her eyes. Mea fcnUrM, cure vor la grippe soughs take Foley's am. entirely free IJku klUney troublt. Mp ing on condition that his nam; bp aot about her holdlhc aa jaeaey aad Tar uompowmu k.. kl in a ae heat over mentioned in it Rd that hoee who I was i am pWe4 to give Doaa's Kidney waahtafcveo, Kac, says: " cared for It 1m might regard It as the had hat W Vivabfea with a severe attack of la grip-- Vum my endorsement o tha sa4. m aad nothMa I uaed did. see any good wkaft aha lay end of a great expiation. And so for sate by all dealers. Price 50c, unto by a strange cleiBin, A vote she kMW. ealM t bar; am iind I was thraataoed with pseusaoabu Foater-mifcu- n C&.. Buffalo. X. Y., sole aha thrttM gather Foley's he passes out of sight, having 'made ia whoaa A friaad advkad me to aaawtc x tka United States. what' amendment he couli. He, laved her us she fK a heart heat asiast Honev and Tar Compouna and I muck Ijia the- - ekd surely. the end kar ewa. Ha aaa come aaea. am wm wMn at ooee. I was rail ved tteta, tha B aMiter the name Doan's and vary first tax j3-lW m una I ljBUch Tjfoula" be forgiven Wt Poor ihert. take ho othar. Womb." aaM Um skta. "X aava tare boHwa my h fW waa goaa. Tar Co haliave Falsv's Baaar saaa we ever knew used hack f tml" I ever The smaet PMAl to ha tha haat aadW the dark CHAPTER XXV. uaad aad arwava keen a battle wiUi ate. ta faaa Msbersa saw datt la 1m o the &c reI tsiak it wm bran. aM hr ekteB 4 Saa,T MDid "Sec-enaston-UhtnglT upon that island! They would have been completely Insupportable had it not been for the forethought and kindness of Langford. The books were not such as she would have chosen, but they were books, at any rate, and she knew them by heart Of the cloth that he had left, she had fashioned for herself such simple garments as were suitable to her situation, rejoicing1 that she was no longer compelled to wear tha rough, coarse, chafing grass tunics of the past The greatest blessing, however, of all that had been left to her was the writing paper, tho note books and pencils. They had given her occupation after all other things had failed her, for she had written down the story of her life. Not imagining that they wpuld ever be seen by human eyes, she had poured her whole soul out on the page's. Every Incident had been gone over. Not Rousseau himself had been franker in his "Confessions," but here was only sweetness and light She had restricted her ffFUinjr to a certain number of momenta daily n order to prolong the occupation as much gg ppsslble, and she had carefully considered everything ere she put It down. Twicu dally she had gone to the heaven-kissinhill high in the center of the island where she had laboriously builded another pyre for another beacon. Morning and evening with unvarying routine she bad scanned the horizon, this time with an excellent glass that Langford bad left her. Not once had she sighted a ship. He never came; no one ever came. Hope gradually died away in her heart One eyenlng she climbed wearily to the top of the hill and listlessly swept the horizon, the bare, vacant, unbroken horizon, which she had surveyed morning and evening all these years. She expected nothing, ftut suddenly there sprang Intp the object glass pf the telescope a dark blur which? she had never seen jsefqre. Her hand trembled so that she almost dropped the glass. She strove to pick up that object again and could not do It In her nervor.3 agitation. Finally she lay down upon the hill and rested her arms upon a little rise pf ground, and thus steadying the glass, managed to find It once more. It could be nothing but the smoke of a ship! The sky was without a cloud; she could not be deceived, It was miles away, of course, yet If the ship was visible to her, the land would be more visible on account of its bulk comparatively to those aboard of her. Yet the ship, it It were bound on some trading voyage, would probably pass by. What should she do? She had sworn that she would stay oq that island, live and die there, unless he came to fetch her, but the longing tp sec him, to hear about him, to know what had become of him, had grown so great that her resolution was trembling In the balance, and in the smpke of that passing ship It vanished into, thin air. She had means of striking a light which Langford had left her, which methodically and mechanically she always brought with her when she climbed up tho crest of the hill tq seek for a salL She lifted th.e matches and approached the beacon. She remem bered how once before she had lighted that beacon; she remembered hqw he naa pteaaea witn ner not tp do so, haw In doing it she had jiroUght the world upon her with such terrible con sequences to her. Should she do it again? What would happen (f she did? She laid the matches down and. lifted the glass once more. Yes, the ship was still there. She was sq far away Indeed that the short time, which had, elapsed would have made no. change In, her apparent position She looked back to. the westward.. The sun was setting. There would be no twilight. Darkness would come swiftly. It she did not light that beacon the ship would pass in the night, If she did light it, the darkness would, lend 'force and efficiency to it No ship would disregard such a. light in. such & quarter. Should she do it? In one swift moment her Tesqlutlqi was taken. She dropped the glass, tnrnort fr Ihn ho til mtrh purcnf she had borded(w thi- g m yean single ing tne lights, to wuuiu sne gave no thought Indeed they were those who knew her well "Man," she asked, true to her resolution, "do you love me as much as on that night?" "More, a thousand times!" "And do you think me worthy ?" "Do not ask! It Is I who am un worthy of ybu." I can die aow" said the woman eofUyT lasping Into unconsciousness again. "Great God!" cried the man, strain ing her to his breast again, "have I only to lose her!" found "Let me look," said the surgeon, whom by good chance they had picked up at San Francisco. "She didn't look like a dying woman a moment ilnce. Lay her down, man, and stapd back." Whlttaker and the chaplain pulled Charnock aside. The surgeon took his place by the prostrate figure. "Lights here!" he cried. He made lueb rapid examination as he equld, teeing la a moment one foot lying in: crt out of place, and helpless. "She's only fainted." he said. "It's her ankle. She's broken it In the darkness com ing to meet us. We will take her to the ship." "No." said the man. "she must come of her own free will. Send tp tfoe ship tor bandages and whatever you Thinking of Plu mbing or Heating Our Department of Plumbing and Designing can render you valuable assistance in planning, suggesting, and working your own. ideas into practical shape. hr This Service Is Free. And further, it places you uuder no obligations whatever. There are many homes in and around Richmond which have been heated by the American Radiator Company and the C. A. Burton "Water Supply Company and we believe that fh each and everj one you will find a satisfied customer. . Very well," said the surgeon, rising and conferring hastily with Mr. Whlt"Meanwhile, your handker taker. chiefs, gentlemen, and some cold. water," "There Is a spring hereabouts," said the man, "on the other side of the hill." I will fetch the water," said the chaplain. He was wearing a tightly woven straw hat In which he could easily carry It Mr. Whlttaker turned and ran to the beach whence he sent the boat oft to the ship. The surgeon meanwhile had bound up' the woman's ankle, and bathed it with water and whisky, and had forced some of the spirits down the woman's throat hut the man's touch, his presence, would have sufficed to call her back to life. Do you suffer?" he asked tenderly as consciousness returned tq her. Npt since ypu are here," she said, "I ran to meet the ship and fell apd hurt my ankle." "The doctor has fixed It up for you. We have sent to the ship for "Man." she said, "whose ship is it?" "Mine." "Did you see my signal?" "Yes, and we were glad becapse It told us that you were alive, but we yere poming directly ere." 'And did you come lor r ".Far ypu only." "Hqw did ypu know that I was here?" "I didn't know Jt "Why ld ypu come theny--' "J was sent here." VWho sent you." RICHMOND HEATING AjNO PLUMBING COMPANY Get Your Money Back If This Medicine Does Not Satisfactorily Benefit You, Practising physicians making a specialty of stomach troubles are really responsible for the formula from which e Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are made. havo simply profited by tho experience of experts. Our experience with Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets leads us to believo them to be an excellent remedy for the relief of acuto indigestion and chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients are soothing and healing to the inflamed membranes of the stomach. They are rich in pepsin, one of the greatest digestiveiwds known to medicine. The relief they afford is alTheir us? with permost immediate. sistency and regularity for a short time helps, to bring about a cessation of the pains caused by stomach disorders. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablefs aid, to insures healthy appetite, aid'digestion, and As ovidence of our promote nutrition. sincere faith, ia Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask you to try them at our risk. If they do not give you entire satisfaction, we will return you. the inoney you paid us for them, without question or formality. They come in threo sizes, prices 25 cents, 50 cents and 31.00. Remember, you can obtain them only at our store the Rexall Sloro. H. L. Perry's Drug Store. CI max 5 Special Clubbing Rates Climax and Daily Courier Journal $4.00 1.50 Climax and Weekly Courier Journal limax and Daily Cincinnati Post, with Hand2.50 some Calendar Climax and Daily Louisville Post 350 Climax and Daily Lexington Herald 535 Climax and Daily Lexington Leader 5.10 Climax and Daily Louisville Herald 3.40 .25 Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer Climax and Weekly Commoner 50 The above are only a few. We are preparer to Club with any Newspaper or Magazine published in this country. Get our prices before ordering elsewhere. 1 1 '.angfprd."- - Climax Printing Co. Where Cleanliness Reigns A Happy and Prosperous New Year 5tart in right. Place your first Grocery order for 1912 with the home ot quality groceries and stick to all your good resolutions st Sewell McKinney 223 & Telephones 1 6 and Sud-donl- NO REASON 5 jBRMawt fr Essential to Comfort ;rfectioi Warmth Is essential to comfort As you grow older, it Is hardly less essential to health. 03 Get a Perfection Sooleles t. r. ca-Hc- kr hf aa-Sh- 8ce Heater, and you keep warm asd cmb- that wi&oMt. hotne,na Ratter wkat the fortaUe ia your widespread kaat. aad it Tha Perfection, gives a stroa. w by mia-Instcr- me! wr It U always ready for use aad barasaia hears o a ffliag ao. more trouble than a lamp- - It caa be carried aaywlwrt; m pipes, ao wires,, no flaes; bo hboIc, adec oc oXrt. qwckly. complete itliifirlimt ac taa at m Wiir tAj cietfj. Tka yWtP.rfccaoa ufiaWiakW Ut dd ; Ws Mid or aefl yrt Amob aawl mjLm . limd I te ifi-- Jir y fc j sa SUaaarl Oil Company dris. W.D.Oldhani&Co Richmond, Ky mm Our New Year's Gift to our many friends and ' customers will be a cash saving of dollars and cents to all of them who attend our Great Loom Lnd 5ale which begins n vnuii STORE W. D. Oldham & Go Richmond, Ky MJIfVf IJFSE ASON SALE Don't miss reading a single line of this sheetevery word means much to you. The Red Tickets all mark bargains. Doors open at 8 o'clock first morning of sale Saturday, Jan. at 830 A. M. and closes Saturday, uary 27, at 030 P. M. 1 13 Jan- :::::::::::: Our store will be closed all day Fri- day, January 2t to mark down and arrange stock for the big sale Money saved is money made. You can make money by attending our Bi Loom End Sale : : : : : : : : proposition which is well worth your consideration. You need the goods it's up to you to come to this big sale and save money Help us to help you Come to this big sale where low prices are on everything and bargains smile from every counter We were fortunate in securing a number of lare cases of Loom Ends of choice Dry Goods that will enable us to offer the buying public greater bargains than ever before offered in this' community. If you believe in effecting a saving in your purchases we are in a position to interest you. Prices quoted in this circular are only an inkling of the money saving opportunities offered in this great sale This sale will go down in the history of our city as being the biggest sale ever pulled off. In its economy it oversteps any sale ever held under our roof. Its a great chance its your chance, and . Our Loom Lnd Sales are a business . The Truth of the Matter The man who writes advertisements for clothing is often apt to Fact is we would rather tell the tell a lie without, intending to do so. all the time, but the habit of talking about 20 DOLLAR SUIT truth for TEN and describing CHEaP CLOTHES as the finest ever, when every one knows they are not, grows upon one till the polite lie slips away from the pen and are printed, too, almost before a person knows it. So when you find us saying (as you do in this circular) that our entire stock of fall and winter clothing will be sold during this CUR GREATEST LOOM END SALE at half price, or as nearly half price as possible, don't think we are LYING. Belie ee us, we are telling you the plain truth. Our clothes are good, durable, well made and full of style. The name on our clothes, the makers name "Schloss Bros." is your guarantee of quality Gash to All BY THis SGN your proof of wisdom is in taking vantage of it the Great Loom End Sale. ad- Our Word for Price CO boys cassimoro knee pant Suits, V9o regular $1.50 sellers. Sale price. 75 boys' knee pant Suits, regular $2.50 $1.39 sellers. Sale prjee 05 boys' kneo pant Suits, regular $3.50 $1.95 sellers. Sale price . . 85.boys kneo pant Suits, regular $7.50 $3.95 sellers. Sale prico YOU WILL KNOW SOHLOSS BALTIMORE CLOTHES Copyright 191 1 WE By -- SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Fine Gothes Maker C BrJtireore and New York 300 pair boys' black kneo Pants, regular 50 and 75c sellers. Sale prico 25c Our Pants for meD, in fancy worsted and cheviot, big assortment of patterns regular 82.50 scllors. Sale price..?. Men 's fancy worsted and cheviot pants our $3.50 value. Loom End price Men's fancy worsjed and cheviot pants elegant stylos, our $1.50 to $0.50 values Men's $5.00 Suits, wonderful values for $2.95 Men's 7.50 Suits 3.95 Men's 10.00 Suits 5.95" Men's 12.50 Suits 7.25 Men's 15.00 Suits 8.50 You can make no mistake in buying will appeal to you. Prices that Values you will appreciate at a glance. You'll haye to hurry at New Loom ends will be put on sale daily. You will be able to secure great bargains every day Not a single market, not a single mill or factory that had merchandise to feci that our buyers have covered themselves with glory in their campaign against competition for good merchandise at low prices for this, our crowning event, in sales-givinoffer at a price far below the cost of manufacture that was not visited by our buyers. They were like bloodhounds on the trail and every thing that would add to our already big stock of seasonable goods and gladden the hearts of our customers was gobbled up by them for cash down when goods were boed up. We've got them for you this time. You can come expecting to buy goods at the lowest prices ever quoted you for the best brands and latest ityles in all kinds of merchandise. Nor only do we offer you LOOM ENDS of every conceiable kind, but we oifer in addition our entire stock in every department hi Loom End Prices. You know when we make this assertion we mean ir. You have either attended our sales or heard of them Make no mistake. Everything will be just as advertised in price and quality. Come and get your share. Read every price quotation we name, we can't name but a few as space won't allow. But visit us during- this big sale and see the price- tags in every department telling you how to save money on every purchase. Notify your neighbors to meet you at our big store g. - SALE BEGINS JANUARY I3 AND CLOSES JANUARY 27 Table Linens, Napkins, Towels f Positively the greatest Table Linen, Napkin ind Towel sale ever offeed in our city. We. really have enough for two stores. It will be a chance if you ever get this offer again. Beautiful satin finish and linen Damask, 60 in. wide, regular 39c value. This sale price 22c Genuine mercerized bleached Damask, in and other designs, 64 inches wide, reg 39c ular 60c quality. Sale price. . , 75c all linen Table Damask, 72 inches wide. .. 55c 1.25 all linen, extra fine, 75 inch Damash 89c Napkins tc match all our table linens at greatly reduced prices. One lot of red and white, blue and white, gold and white, Table Damask, in beautiful patterns. 19c Regular 35e value for , 50 dozen long size Turkish Bath Towels, regu 9c . lar 15c value. This sale price 50 dozen Huck Towels, Targe size, red borders and plain white, regular 2 for 25c values 8c 50 dozen Linen Damask Towels, natted fringe and hemstitched, red, blue, yellow, pink and plain 1,9c white. Regular 35c values for 50 dozen extra long bleached Turkish Batti Towels, good value for 35c each. Our sale price. ; 19c - urn 20,000 yards best brands of uglify? imiousr It.- - Calicoes All colors, navy blue, china blue,shirting prints black and white, silver gr.ay,etc. Not remnants whole bolts if you want them 31c the new patterns, chec's stripes, plaids all the very best brands and regular 121 and 15c sellers. Apron Gingham, right off the bolt 5c yd Our entire big stock of Dress Ginghams, in all . Ribbon Bargains We are offering during this sale some special bargains in Ribbons. The entire stock has been marked down for this sale. We especially call your attention to one lot of all Silk Messaline Ribbon, in widths from 22 to 100, in all colors, regular 15, 20 and 25c; value. Our sale price for any width 2500 yards best brands 10c yd Don't You Like to Buy Good Shoes ? Undersko&and 5ilk Petticoats 100 ladies-black taun Petticoats, regular 75 to 65c values 49c 89c $1.37 Our 11.25 andf'L&j?s3Sduring this sale for Our 12 TOjuea&jblach Heatherbloom Skirts for. jTt TVe have'jttsrcceived and will put on sale during tbis'Bi ''Loom End Sale 2SfrSUk Petticoats, in all tne new colon and black. Sgukrf4,50 aed (5 values. Loom End Sale price S2.C9 And finally when yon do you are. happy. Then buy your shoes at W. D. 01dham"& Co.'s. All leather shoes that look well and wear well and the price is Curtain Bargains in Qomestics Nets, plain and fancy Sale price 81c realty too low during this sale. A jolly crowd will sure Swiss, fine Madras in beautiful .2500 yards Hope Bleached Cotton 7c be in our $10,000.00 Shoe Department during our Big colorings for drapery. Portiers One lot of Percales, Loom 1500 yards Farmer's Choice, regular 10c value . . 6c End Sale. Join tliem. Shoes for you, shoes for ipt all kinds, and Dotted Swiss. . Si.iA full width, best brands, mesagoous ana noie lu&'gco .i 2500 yds "Best, of All" full yard wide, blh Cotton 5ic in dark and light colors, the family and all at Loom End prices. the 500 yards Lonsdale Cambric 91c regular 10 to 121e values Ona of DraYou can see form our cuts that we handlp. Ompati peries, lot oftremnants Swisses, 500 3rards bleached Pepperell Sheeting 20c This sale Nets, Sains, 81c Quality shoes for ladies and Wm. Kneeland's Shoes etc.. have been aaarked at half 500 yards 30-- bleached Pepperell Sheeting. 23c One lot Galetea Cloth, for men. There is no better shoes 10-2000 yards good unbleached sbeeting made arid verv few - price to close out. Look them 16Jc in fancy and solid colors. over The best goods made for as good. We will save you from 50c to 1,50 on every 250 bleached Sheets, hemmed seam centers . . 39c childreus lompers and pair you buy. during the Big Loom End Sale. This 500 Mohawk bleach Sheets torn and hem Loom Sad Prkt on ladies dresses. Regular same proposition goes on all childrens. misses and bovs med, the best sheet made 65c 20d sellers 141c shoes. Sure a w eood- place to buv shoes for vrni family J . 9-- In our Lace Curtain Department we cut prices so low that you win feel like it Is a "shame to take the money. The stock is chuck full of the newest and best things in Lace Curtains, 4 4 4 81-9- 0, - - - APleasure Awaits You You Know the Placie January 13 th to 27th W. O. Oldtiam & RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 4 - Right GSods Etoit Pricfef BUSY : BEE CASH STORE W.D.Ulanam &Co's oomSeason and End Close of Mi BUSY : BEE CASH STORE Get Busy Everybody. The big Money Saving Time Has Come The Great Loom End Sale begins Saturday Morning . Don't Wait Don't delay Everything you read in this circular you will see when you come to our big store and attend our big sale Not a single item nor the big lots of merchandise will be misrepresented nor overrated You will find them all just as advertised tg January al 13th at 8 o'clock and closes Saturday evening at 10:30 o'clock This sale is our semi-annutreat to our loyal customers and friends. We want you to get bargains. We intend to see to it that every customer gets a bargain that makes a purchase, for it is our treat Don't wait thinking we will continue this sale longer than day set to close. This will positively be a 13 days bargain giving event and the sale will close Everybody must be satisfied or money refunded for each and every article purchased during ' this sale Saturday night, January 27, at J0:30 o'clock Bring Your Goin everything cash during this sale Bring your pocket book for this will be a strictly Cash Sale It would be too much of a monotony if we continued to have the same kind of sale and the same things to offer you each time. We feel that it is our duty to our customers Our sales get larger and larger. at all times the. BL5T THE, LAND AFFORD5 and this time our buyers have surpassed any previous efforts to this end. When we tell you that we have had the largest arid most satisand friends to have factory season's business this fall of our entire business career, we want to stop and thank you for your generous patronage, we know we can't succeed without your help, and with our efforts combined with your help we are enabled to cull the markets and do great things in the mercantile line. We will be able, to show you this time the most attractive array of merchandise at the most phenominal low prices for first class stuff ever before seen in this good old city. There will be a rush for this merchandise, and there ought to be, for.when gold dollars are offered at 75 cents each we all try to get them first. But our big store will ijukjy uuwu emu wine cany aCCOmmOdate yOU, ODlIgmg CierKS Will auiiuiuaiei iu yuui wamo, for-them BEG N JANUARY I3 CLOSES JANUARY 27 .Hosiery and Underwear Bargains The American Lady Corset Company has agreed to help us bear the loss on their Corsets daring this sale. So come on get your size and the style best suited to your figure before it is gone. You can buy them now at, Boom End prices. You'll have to hurryjfjregfget the one you want . We have securcdffo'rKnis sale one let of Corsets in tho very best makes, worth up to 31.50 each, in all sizes. Your choice during this sale & Tailor-mad- e Suits Skirts and Cloaks Bargains Loom End Prices Oloak and Suit Department that will make this department look as boar of stock as a ship's spars when stripped for a storm. Although we have had the largest and best Suit and Cloak sale this season we have over had.ourSuit Parlor is still full of all the best styles in kdies You can buy any Cloaks and Wraps. garment in our Coat and "Suit Department "during this sale at just halt price. Our loss will be your cam- - Nothing reserved they all go. Blanket and Comfort Bargains ' One lot of about 75 pair 104 size Blankets in white, gray and tan, with beautiful borders . A good value at 75c a pair. . American Lady Corsets In our ;JDurSalo price One lot of about 00 pair extra heavy and full 114 size Blankets, in white, gray'andtan, regular S1.25 value as. 48c 79o . One lot Blankets, about 50 in all, in all colors and plaids, . made up from our $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 sellers, all of them ' 08c full lf4 size. Sale price for choico 25 all wool 10$ size Blankets, in white, gray and plaids with beautiful borders, all nice and clean and worth up to $5 $2.05 per pair. Your choico during this sale for...... You can't afford to miss tho bargains wo are giving in Bed Comforts of all kinds. Xo old trashy stuff, but as good as you would mako. yourself. Get our Loom End prices on them This fall's stvles. will be sold in this sale at from 3L25 to $10.00, ani' not a one of them out wnai win do a bargain at double the price. All nnw Ladies J)rcss Skills 39c Carpets, Rugs, Mattings 50 dozen children's black ribbed Hose, full regular made, an extra heavy quality, regular 15c 8c value, full sizes from 5 to 10. Sale price 50 dozen children's black Hose, "Bear" brand for boys or girls. A regular 2oc seller. Sizes ti 55c to 10. .. Sale price 50 dozen ladies' black Hose; the kind you .pay 20c for, extra long length, ribbed tops and extra 8c heavy. Sale price 50 dozen men's Socks, an endless variety of colors, a full gauge and a regular 3 for 50c seller Sc ... . r in all sizes for this sale . Our Hosiery stock is chuck full of nice quality hosiery of every kind. Loom End Sale. prices on all of them. Ask to see them ' children's gray and cream' colored H TJnion Suits in sizes to lit cdildren from 2 to 14 19c years old, good heavy fleeced lined, anv size 26 dozen ladies' bleach Union Suits, the regu . 39c lar 75c kind, for this sale you pay 40 dozen ladies bleached Vest and Pants in all 39c ... sizes, heavy weight. Sale price 40 dozen ladies' bleached Vests and Pants in " 19c sizes-- heavy weight. Per garment all .Regular 25c Gloves at 15c per pair warm gloves, Jersey andjrolf, for ladies and children. 15c a pair is about half price for them. 25.Cbildron's Bear Skin Caps in : ....15c ell colors Stocking Leg Caps forgirls 25c "and boys, nice bright patterns the good kind .'-Combs for ladles J '25c Barets and Sale price A purchase of 50 dozen pairs of good Every Hat and Cap in the Big Store for men, boys and .children has been reduced ..price for this sale and prices at Loom End Prices Ona lot of Asminster Rues 2780 size; a nice line and worth in a. regular way 32. Sale price One lot 012 room size Brussels 9Sc ' marked in plain figures. You know we carry the most up to date fine of Hats andXaps in Ihis city. Come and get them at Loom End Prices Men's Underwear Bargains' Rugs, in beautiful assortment of patterns, full seamless and a regu39.75 lar 315 seller. Our Sale price Onn One lnt nneial Valvat Ruis 912 size, new snrinff styles. 813. This .310.93 315 50 rug is.sold at Our Sale price designs, 912 size, are lot otO Smith's Axminster Rugs, in floral and oriental a. bargain at 322.50. Our Sale price " Get our Loom End prices on all kinds of CarpeUand Mattings. Now is the time to buy them. Spring will soon be here. You can save big money by buying now. A Fiver infKren's Bleached tfSuslin Drawers' 25 dozen "boys' extra heavy Shirts and Drawors, a regular ..1.., 85c value. Safe' price' 1 . ... - 40-doze- -- 19C i One lot men's Underwear, about 100 dozon Shirts and Drawers," in ribbed, and heavy fleeced, lined, ecru, .cream", gray,, r - Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags at . " Loom End Pricesper pair - - - chlld- We wero fortunate in securing for this sale 100 dozen 5 t ninfllir mnilfi. milled and r..i; j rens unuieacnou. muum stitched, in s'zos to fit children from 2 to 14 years old JQ b" w Regular 25c value, as long as iuey uw nnn light blue, salmon and bleached. C5o per garment. All sizes and worth up to Our sale price for choice . -- 39o 10c Beauty Pins, 25c . ..5c 10c . Hat Pins for ladies, a big lot of patterns, at. the tabic; ' Every raiment marked in plain figures For Muslta Underwear Bargains for Ladies sec Don't forget out Small Wares Everything Reduced , Bring your Cash for this is Strictly Cash Sale The Reason of This Big Sale Never before in the history of our store, have we been so well prepared to furnish the needs of the people of Richmond and Madison county as we are now. Our buyers bought more extensively than ever before for our fall and winter business, and while our business has been good, it has fell short by far of our expectations,due to the fact of the inclemency of the weather unsettled business conditions. We bit off more than we could chew. We must unload, therefore this Great Bargain Event It will pay you to come miles to attend this sale. We will be well piopaicvi wj ii vc yju cvciy at- Sr Ko nn hanrl tonfinn opening day as early as possible and take advantage of the ripest plums SHIP WMm, ieoaao p mBmPS lMZl W n Dress Goods I fl-iQw ! ! 11111 a a ji JKs'S B8 1 fflft BBS m:&''B S plF9 This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a life time. In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to get linings, trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone would actually cost you. Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains i Ginghams 5,00 yards nice ginghams, 2i to 3 yard lenghts, usually sells ' for- 7 4 and 10c per.yard. Help yourself at 1-- 5c -- yard J i Cash to One and All SATURDAY January 13 to 27 The sale that draws the people for miles around. Don't Forget the Date In Every Department. This sale lasts two weeks and introduces al the newest and best lines at aJbie saving in (cash. Look tor the Green Price Tags V The real loud noise all big sales. LOOK. hunters. However we wish to say that in our efforts to secure merchandise for this our store to overflowing with before, and that our prices will be found a little lower than in our previous sales. That's why we feel safe in telling you to come ex- sale we have succed in securing a greater range of styles and Patterns than ever pecung bigger and better values for your money man you ever received Deiore. we never nave uisdppunutiu uui menus, we me nut sums iu uegm now For this reason we are sure the simple announcement of the dates of sale will OU all know what it means when we announce one of our Bargain Events. We have told many of these sales in the past and never in and have wp Hisannointed the pubHc. Every promise has been carried out to the letter, and in most instances we have done more. eager bargain fill READ Our Shoe Department For Women and Children This year its greater and grander than ever before STUDY EVERY IT in-st- nr Tailored Dress Skirts In the new weaves and nicely tailored, excellent quality and great bargains. Black, blue, brown and some colors. Shirts during this sale at $5 Panama White Goods We are offering you white goods in 2 and 3 yard lengths at less than one half the former price. Just the thing for ladies waists and ehildrens dresses. India Linen that usually 1- -2 sells at 12Jc, during this sale at .. Is full of the newest and best Winter styles for men women and children. It will be cheaper to buy new shoes than to have the old ones repaired 7 $2.98 7.00, 8.00 and 10.00 Voille Skirts during this sale pJV T QQ FURS Best possible prices. We are making a deep cut in price on every Fur we carry $1.25 1.50 2.00 3.00 5.00 6.00 KeOH Patterns Not. 4215 Met, 15 ccnti each 98c up $1.24 up For Men Store closed Friday, January 12th, to mark down prices overalls "We have one lot good all wool Suits, all in small sizes and a little out of date. A suit out of this lot if you can find your size will be as cheap as Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats $-- Boys' Clothing "We have given you bargains before,. but .never anything like these. These suits are made to give the best wear of selected materials Boys' 10.00 Suits now 6.48 Boys' 8.00 Suits now 5.98 Boys' ft.OQ Suits nqw 3.48 Boys' 3.5Q Suits now 2.48 Boys' 2 sQ Suits now ............. ... 1.98 ' We ljaye a lot of Boys' straight Pants, all sijses. WQrth f TOm 5Qc to l.ijO. Your choice of is lot fop - Furs Furs Furs Furs Furs Furs now now now now now now 79 i 98 1.24 1.98 2.98 3.98 This will be the greatest sale in the history of Richmond and will prove conclusively our underselling powers. Cloaks for ladies', misses and children, the most attractive styles ever shown in Richmond, nothing but the fjnest materials in all the popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest detail. Look around first and then compare our prices with those of others. You will appreciate the values ail the mpre. Tp' unload (his stock of coats we have cut the price to make then) go 0.03 20 00 and 18.00 Ladies' Coats reduced to 7.48 1500 and 12.50 Lad ice' Coats reduced to :.4.93 10.00 and fradies' Coafs reduced to 0 ' 4231 LADIES' COAT SUIT No Rebate Stamps Given During Sale Great Mill and Factory End Sale Staple and Domestic Gottons All previous records for underselling has been outdone on this occasion never in the history of modern retailing has there been an event so laden with vital economies. It will go down in history as the most sensational sale of staple merchandise ever launched in Richmond Hope Bleached PepperreH Bleached Outing Flannels Amoskeag Hcking - Muslin Sheeting Finest quality feather tickReal Amoskeag, all solid colors and white, worth 15c a yard in a regular way, Mill and Factory Ends up to 10 yards 71 Sale price ing, A O A brand, absolute- Ladies' Black Sateen Petticoats, made with deep fiounpp and ruffles, with hemstitching on flounco, bought especially HA n TV for this sale; regular 1.25 values . Ladies fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, deep flounco and ruffles, would be dheap at 1.50 Sale price Ladies' black fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats our regular 2.00 values 5.00 RIack Silk Petticoats for 3.24 Petticoats Me&fs Fine 98c $J.24 Blankets and Comforts Almost at our Own Price At Gaeen Tag Prices, iot a man b,ut whaf, wjl want one or more pair at these prices Trousers worth 5,00 for . , , .f ... 3.4S. Trousers worth 4.00 for .,. , .2.98 Trousers worth 2.50 for J..4$ Trousers worth 2.00 for , , r ,1,24 Fnt Jn January we receive ou Spring neecj all th.e space fp th,is CLOTHING and. Men's Furnishings Ujiderwear Men's heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, Qc vnlue Ladies' heavy fleece Vests and Pants, now T Ladies' Red Flannel Vestsand Pnts 1.60 values Men's Gray Wool Shirts and Drawers, 1.50yalues Men's Red Flannel Shirts and Drawers, 1,50 values 39c ?r ly guaranteed, all the staple blue stripes, sold the world orerat20cyard, Mill Ends 1 Op from 3 to 0 yards .. Sale price Thousands of yards of this famous Bleached Muslin in Mill Ends, fronv 3 to 10 yard lengths Hn Sale price per yard " You all know the grade, to Mill Ends from 2 2 7 2 yard lengths. During 1.,.. IJJSo '.,.98c 9Sc T.::i is Art Linens, Dress Accessories, Etc , One lot of i-- 2c tidies' elts, worth 25c, sale price 10 In this department we offer some unmatchable values. "We know men's needs, also how to buy Men's Fine AH Season Suits furnishings and offer the resultof both,' and this 18.00 and 20.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced toannouncement of price reductions will be in15.00 Suits and Overcoats reduced-tstantly accepted as facts for it is a well known 10.00 Suits and Oyercoats reduced to ijbrulh thaj, we keep all our promises 7.50 Suits and Overcoats reduced to ffai-- wgrth 1.25 to 1.50 now 98e pdd sige flats wqrrii jfrom 5Q to 75c. 25c ' mdcfhosp SWrts, Me&w$f, tc.. iU gedjiced f o but at present this is, cnuqk full of the newest and most up to d.ate style?. "We bought them: we haven't sod them we need th.e space we have to tjayo the money. We challenge any competition in Kentucky qn values; "We show everything new 12.4S that we have in our Clothing Summer Clothing. IS ALE "We De-partnnt, 993 493 I- - cash to one and all 5c 3c 2 5c 8c 13, 10c 5, 8, 10c Prepare for Spring by Buying Lace Curtain Draperies, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Qil Cloth Now p EVlR?THii Ifr g!98 $1.00 jggQycEy NOTIONS Sifety Pins, all sizes, 2 cards.. Allen's Bo rated Talcum Powder w King's 200 yard spool thread 12 dozen agate buttons Men's Hose . 8. Ladies' Hose lllll Infanu' "Hose RICHMOND di Long Cloth gjQ Extra fine quality English LonRCiolhstaji-darwidthj, all lengths from 3 actually worth 15, 13 an 1 20c yal3ftj, to3f3 - HC 2i li and Facfory'Ends, sale pric- ? W" 0 WASH CLOTHS-Repuk- tion faafr 8tie. jfiadp of gesg quality turHish Ter o,uii.u 4bu juc, sale prjcu..., All $1.50 R & G and American Beauty Corsets $1.24 All $1.00 R Ac G and American Beauty Corsets 89c KENTUCKY When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings: ." at one time You will be surprised, though, how "rapj'dly your, home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding somethinghew every 1 Wanted-Whe- at Something fchg. . Startling Offer. C'otnicr Journal, If you have a little good wheat left over, bring it la us. Will buy or ex change Jiour for it. . vPles specify our goods when order. ing from your merchant. MlLUKO COMPANY, (Successor to East' End Mills) ilADISOX 20-2- t Fine Art Exhibition. There- - will be on exhibition at the Normal School on Thursday afternoon to 0 p m. h collection of beautiful Something doing at Joe Jenifer's: If you don't believe it, read h pauo ad vertisement in this issue of TheTJUnva. He is offering great bargain in gents' ; This" i furnishings, ladies' shoesel-ca great opportunity to sopuro the best Read goods at greatly reducelipricesv his advertisement elsewhere. t . -- Sy .special arrangements with ih? Kentucky s leading 0 metropolitan daily, the Climax Will oifer'botli this paper and the LoulsvJUo 1 spring. ' v Try It . - paintings done by Kentucky artists. This collection is owned by the federat ed clubs or the state and will ba exhibited in many places during the your. Tne paintings are worth seeing. Everybody is invited and urged to see the exhibit. Admission 10 cents. A Horrible Death. Up-to-Date in Madison Institute, had just returned from her Christmas vacation, when sho was called to Cincinnati by a telegram announcing the death of hpr father, Mr. CUT-OU- T Wm. VL. Perry, of Uushville. New York. Ready for your selection now. Mr. Perry and his wife were stopping in Cincinnati for a few days, visiting relatives, and were en route to California. Mr. Perry was about 70 years orage and ictivo man tor ona 01 111s years. Overestimating his activity, he attempt"Yes-- ' Tho following wedding notico in Wed- ed to jump off the roar end of a street officer. "W ell, I ve only got 11 children, and nesday's Lexington Herald will bo of in- car while it was backing into position. Ricoi's ice cream is delicious. Evory if 11 children aren't under 13 I'm beat." trest in this county, 8the home of the G He slipped on the step and fell under Jir. uaxter passed tne wnoie tamiiyi groom one talks about it. Any flavor mado ilm rnnr truck, the wheel of the car to tf in free of charge. order and delivered promptly. Mr. Talton E. Turner, of Whltlock. over his stomach, almost cut- passing Within ix Madison county, and Lexington, and tine the body in two. D Miss Alho Humphrey, a sister of Am minutes after the accident the flying squadron was on the sceno and asisted brose Humphrey, and Mrs. S.O.Stovens, who lives on the Georgetown pike at the in jacking up the car and extricating city limits, wore married at 11 o'olock the bodv. The remains were taken to 1 II m It H I mm, I 11 I the home of relatives and afterwards re Tuesday morning by Rev. I. J. Spencer, pastor of the Central Christian church. I moved to the family home for burial. ! AND That Contain Mercury The ceremony was witnessed by only a Lindsey talk about the Hear Judge few intimate friends of the bride and ncmrr irUl rarclr deitrox the aense of nmell I Bad Bov. at Jormal Uhapei January bridegroom, the attendants being Mr. nB? a 12th. Claude Hill of Valley View, and Miss Headlma Items Prepared for the ao la ten ioia to toe cooa too can coa After the ?t acme Mamie Toes, of Lexington. A Feast for the Poor. llnrrted Reader. ly irom utu. uau uum i.on, bj F J. ceremony the happy couple left on the :fctnred mercury, Cbr&ej A Co.. Toledo, O., a feast call the But when thou makest taaen internally. and ilaa do .. 1 1 In n n nnrl f Yl n 1 Chesapeake & Ohio train for Ashland, ig irctlx upon tne blood and. mucous anr-- 1 poor, tne maimeu, wm uaio ct the cxatem. In bujlnc HaH'a Catarrh Dan BrecV, fire, lightning, cyclone Ky., where they will be the guests of ret the cennine. It is taken bo blessed, for he Bsre too blind. And thou shalt oteroa!!? and made in Toledo. Onto, by F. J. and live stock. Dr. Patrlok Humphrey, brothor of tho tf they cannot recompense thee, but thou bride, for a day or so. They will later resurrec J.d lr Drottuta. Price, 73c. per bottle. Ice houses have been filled with five shiltbo recompensed at tho lake Han't Family Pill for constipation. s,a visit Madison county friends and return and six inches ice. tion of the just," And So wo wou d to Lexington to live. their Messed are the Elks. As has been No man over abuses an enemy Rooms For Rent One ot tho pretty January weddings custum for several years, the poor of the much as he does nis stomach. city wore given a good- bountifnl dinner took place Thursday in Cincinnati, or unfurnished. Rooms furnished .. Ainnaf . i A euro for old age would sell readily; on unnsimas uay, - uuiu nf fiA llflTTI.. when Miss Sara B. Wagers and Mr. J. 3 to Mrs. Lizzie Henderson, West people are always ready to try experi turkey, cranberries, beaten bHcuiis Morgan Evans were united in marriage 27-t- f. aaaaaaaaaS.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBEIBK0r srreet. ments. cakes, fruits ana nui. sandwiches, at the home of the bride s uncle, Mr. were eighty-seve- n For Rent and Mrs. A. B. Wagers on Florida avenOld corn $4.25 per bbl. by the load One hundred and fed, while gifts of clothing and useful uo. Tho bride was returning from a with stable Send your order to My house on North Street glad tho hearts of 183. Western trip, where she had been visit INCORPORATED - 1 nt her outbuildings. Arnold & Simmons. tf articles made prepared by Mrs. S. P. .m. . The dinner was ing her brother, Mj. Willoughby Wagers Single tickets for the Lindsey lecture Deatherage, who. together with icveral 146 LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON Main at Canon City, Colorado, and was met 591 are on sale at Middleton's and Perry's For Sale. other women, serv?d it ai me in the Queen City by Mr. Evans, whore bePrice seventy-fiv-e cents. r Club rooms. It would be hard to the nuptial knot was tied. Tho cereFresh Jersey cow. Apply 132 Tatcs on you Our an praise on tho Elks, who mony was said by Rov. H- - W. Cordell, Come to Owen McKee, Richmond stow too much ree& avenue. possiwe announce We Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others each year make such an occasion Northsido Christian church, after of the W. N. Wheeler. real worK Hew York which a delightful lunohoon was served do and why not you. from tf ble and on those who do the w a noble and . Turkeys For Sale. of such an undertaking. It and the happy couple let t for Lexington, 1913. We a Thos. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst house-keepiglad the hearts of those make thenoe to this city and aro now Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Cockerels Home Insuranco Co. Write me or phone thing to any The STYLES and SUBJECTS who otherwise would go unfed, un two miles from this city on the can "be nrt nniitx Annlv to G. w. Deather- 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. and a wide "branches without any suomo clothed and 29-t- f Ford pike. The bride is a daughter of embrace cta Phone 209-meet Former State Senator George Farris, knowledge of tho happv Christmas "buyers. Our Wagers and possesses those The PRICES, Mr. Boyd P. e Office For Rent. Just to be present at sucn a of Lancaster, has been appointed Cap! that-o- f traits of character which will insure for Re-electiYou for Square policeman by Governor Mo gathering, see gratitude beam out from the man other choice a helpmate in all we you Office equipped with water and beat tol goods amd so many needy facos would causo any U ono of Rich Pos- - Creary. 3 our building on Second street. you anij Citizens of honestly and intelligently all the funds tho word applies. She goods no "best we to say blessed are the Elks and their To tiib Democuats r T. 1... into mond's, most attractive young ladies and How many rumors are true? I once one we have at our disposal for that purpose. Maoisos Coustt: be good and we Txrraly sl largo circle of kept count, and fouud that only one coworkers. county road fund is not sufficient to is very popular with a I announce myself as a candidate for The friends.. Tho groom is one of Madison's rumor in twenty had any actual foun It Now. Do It takes to the ofllbe of County Judge do all this in ono year or two. every way For Sale. dation. A system of permanent public most popular farmers and is TEXAS INVESTMENTS. of Madison county, subject to the action time. worthy the young lady he has won. The WAXED PAST3BQAKQ WAUR IBQOT power, five We A four cylinder, 18 horse 1 bae on hand some splendid barPlenty of Oats and all kinds of field tho Democratic party. For two years I improvement has been inauguarated and best wishes of a host of friends is ex -: t will be continued with greater efficiency, SIGHS, sun and " seeds at attractive prices, bee us gULU ' have given to the faithful dischargo of "" I tended them. if I have any inflluence in the matter. you money, t Lo, in cood running condition, tires before buying, money at good interest rates. We can the difficult duties of this office tho best The following account of the wedding, I have as gooa as new. ti 111 sen uucajj. INVEST. DO IT NOW. tf Arnold & Siuuoxs. that I had of patience, industry and having endeavored to treat everybody nf a Richmond cirl was taken from a Our 2 ot business with my offico with dress Box 025, Winchester, Ky. Gkaxt E. Lilly, Ixvestok, talent. I have endeavored to the best of nm "bring s&laswan Sunday morning was the coldest cf A courtesy and patienco and havo com San Diego, Cal., newspaper, and will ba Street, 1809 San Pedro my ability as I saw tho right, to adminTaxes Due. tho present whiter, the thermometer 29-tinterest here: Sim- you plied with their requests whenever tHey read with much San Antonio, xexas. f ister justice impartially and to enforce Your taxes for the year 1911 are now registering! 3 degrees below zero at wcro not adverso to the interests of the ple, pretty and filled with the cheer tho law without fear or favor, to know p my hands for collection. Come o'clock a. m. county, nor inconsistent with the duties and bounty of rare old Southern hospi- Co. . Climax no difference between tho weak and the iUir r!i thn Christmas wodding of n early and avoid the rush, as well as A healthy man is a king in his own strong, tho great and tho small, deeming of the Judge of the County and QuarterRichmond, Ky. May Alverson to Faulke E. penalty, by prompt payment. right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy 5 ly Court. Believing that public office Miss Mattie kv.ine the jiyvCTgJu.uii ao every man equal before the law. p. A. McCord. Sheriff. f at the handsonyj home of I slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up I have insisted, and will continue to is a public trust, have tried to mako Lundblake Alyerson, ?5p5 this office a business office. So long as the bride's fathor, V(. sound-healt- h j3 lm keeps you well. Leap Year. upon the taxpayers of the county Lost-Rewa- rd. Change in Tax Laws. William Taylor, one of the oldest and insist Now Going On. street'.' Qn the am, pf her father having a strictly business administra I am County Judge, whether two years I Brant Beware, oh, oareless man, beware: Why, in case of a revolution, do the best known citizens of the Waco local-w- r panor, where Madison or six years, my policy will not bo the bride, catered the Oa Friday last between Clearance Sale of Cov this is the year of woman's right. New, It is saM there win be )gls The mammoth ' aged 74 tion of o'ur fiscal atfairs. 1 believe in the stand to loso more than the " to.i I Key. "Wm. E. Crahtreo, minister of the vaonal Bank and B. street a small ocoole Besause the king loses only fvt "" nt his home Monday, ; ington & Banks is now in progress, ana every frou frou means a snare, your biUea as to the tax laws mya tbe county paying a fair compensation 'for chanced. king? years. green bag containing about $14.00 or It yqu think, thsM have done my best Central Christian church, performed is a rare opportunity to secure greai bonded state to expedite. Aad every Demeorat. One et tbe beat servico rendered, vhpn ft is honestly loses a sovereign, ceremony. 9h.o was attended by reductions in winter garments, such as Mrs. W. T. Short, wife of Deputy Reward if returned to J. W. crown, but the peqplo rr.rre. and the cpunty receiving a to make a good public official and my the quest to gain a mate ssggestks made to remedy tbe present woman starts her rendered, 29-- lt When in need ol iljacksmilhing in United States Cqllectpr Y. T-- Short, dollars worth for every dollar oxppndpd labors justify an indqrs.em.enti J Tin her mQther. MJsscs Florence and Irene overcoats, suits, ouu irouors, Dc'.aney at Tevis' barber shop. by force on gull: so yeu must bak at tax laws is to aeneed tbe eonntfrution - died at the Battie A. Clay Infirmary appreciate anythimr you will do Alverson, the bride's sisters, acted as gloves, underwear, flannol shirts, shoes any 01 its branches, panning jmpjeMy polipy Has been, and willxpntinuo ereallv her request and faee the danger of her absHshing the etHe of county aad s4Sy Boarders Wanted. ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Saturday morning, after soyeral weeks to be, an pppnoinical expenditure of the to assist me in obtaining tho npmination bridesmaids, A hrief reception fol bootees, etc., both for men and boys. smite. No man so yeung, so old, bat assessor. In the pfaoe et these sWsoflr, Deceased was befqre her mar publip funds, ponsifjtent with thp neccs- - for a second term.. It has been custom lowed to the many guests who tilled It will be your loss if you fail to lake he must take his chances ia the fray. have an assesslne board, osyrifflim At my home, 019 North Second street. Rubber tires &!, get prices from R. E, illness. t.f. I aai prepared to accommodate boarders Miller, Union City, Ky. " ' sary demands of good public service, 1 ary to roward faithful oiUQials with a tho spacious rooms, and then the happy advantage of this occasion to seouro the tho female ot the species, she exempts threejnembers, to sit ia esa ooart, tea riage, urn anH, of this oity for county. I hope' I pair loft In an automobile "on their best goods at a sacrifice. board and lodging or day board only. no male she may inveigh. Be deaf, oh, days in each prectaet,io make tbe assessmay never and has been a rosldent Money sent out of the city am in favor of the building and improv second term in this Mrs. Clara Tkaylob, ments, and require every property hardabout six years, coming to Richmond ing the public roads and bridges of tho will not prove an oxception to the rulo. honeymoon trip of a week. The desti bachelor, be dumb, when sba return, but money spent in Richmond 29-tappointment as r:.rr,e 70S. nation has been kopt a seeret. Mean- Something of Interest to the W. K. Shackelford. . men, with her husband on his with her snare; aad answer er to come before the beard, snake Ms rapidly as possiblo, and using county as will remain with our business Her death was due to while the guests passed into the sun not, or you'll succumb. Beware, oh, assessment in the epeii and take tits-oatFarmer Boys of Madison Therefore it will be to the advantage deputy collector. Stray Shoats. diseases, and while parlor, whero covers ha been Vd for that his property has bee properly careless man, beware! to a complication of of all to give your order for Calendars County. all, and sparkling winoi sop.n, huhhled in Two Shoats, one about 40 pounds and It is said tM given in and assessd. her illness was not of an alarming Commercial Club. Death of Kiah Oldham. The Climax. " received long rows of glassw. A. the da.rn.ties 3 ether about 75 pounds, came to my nature until the past week.she has been The man who is ooenpelled to tee the suggestion wiK be embodied iato a bUl The following letter has been The Commercial Club met in regular of the seajs&n era included in the elab- by Superintendent Kolanu irom m mark may develop into a ehrseic kieker. aad submitted to tbe General AssessMy. A telegram, received Saturday morn- She was forty-si- x We are sending to our subscribers a ereat sufferer. about six weeks ago. Owner can prov- - WHOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE BXMlutu vears of axe and is survived by'her has- - ing, announced tho death, Friday, Janu- - session Monday evening, January 8, orate courses, of the wedding feast. Not State Department of Education;0 same by paying expense and m its rooms in Douglas & Simmons tuyild- - oqly e ujt, but the children of tffe rroperty. Hades Ttmi-ix,- . to those in abbeabs, statements band and the following oromer anu sis- - ary a, ai xucsuu, iiriiumu, ui and .t Mr. Oldham was born and ing. uespito tne severs eajnar, "ore gueat8 o mile from Richmond on Four Mile of their accounts which, we trust, will ters. Jesse Mahaffey, of St. Pauh Ark., Oldham. Frankfort. Ky.. Jan. C, 1012. wo remembored. A great 28 2t. Superintendent: ;.s meet with a ready response. N e shall Mrs. C. D. Powell, of Lancaster, and reared in this county, being a brother of wa a, goqd attendance, i'resident It. K. I Christmas treo arose as by magic where .. , I ana rs. .onn uoiy, nurnam. was. in thq ohair. Secretary .i ..!.tA .H)i .Mr,u, ur beforo the briae stood a charm I am irmt a rollahlft medicine I creauy apuretuw ouu Mcnnnca and Mrs. Emily Anderson, State of Wash- Mrs. W. U. JlUler oe yoling suit M ingtgn- S,hpft' funeral splices were and of the lata lrs. J. P. Eagle, wife of Alien taring, being unaoie to to furnish a high grade of ing figuro in a wnit0 sorge f:r a-- couch or celd take Chamberlain s- I it will help us m, qi no iiweu m on account of illness, naa roquesteu flir. with whlte hat and s,Qe3 ta mat0hj and seed corn to members of the Buys Corn a Remedy, it can always uo ueof Barbour- - enductedat the grave Suniiay alter- uov. agie Aransas, Judge James D. Black, upon and is pleasant and safe to : Carlisle Maupln to act in his stead. ., ; .. .joy iiov. O CIOCK the little guests romped about it with mH. to be distributed through your " i huhb jo-iville, has been appointed First Assist- noon at IWO s sold by all aeaiers. In was about 10 years old and a lawyer of President Burnam stated that the Richmond, Ky d toys which came nue a followed by interment Residence 352 oodIand Avenue ant Attorney General. He was the Crutchfield. ouc prominence, was a member ot ArKansas election 'of officers for next six months shower from, the green, silver-drape- d vrh is expected to crow Inr. lllOft BOOKKEEPING Democratic nominee for Congress in his the Richmond cemetery. , " DISTRIBUTOR OF . State Senate irora whicli bouy lie resign- - was in order. The president, being, un and candle-lighe- d branches, while of corn. Spccinc ruies gum. BusneM,PboBography district in lb'JO, ana in tsnw ne ran Preachmg. e; on account of poor health and had dcr tho Ineligible to succeed parents looked oi or joined In the play. TYPEWRITING ini bo furnished througn Henry Basch Company's clubs will Beckham fof the Democratic Rev. E. H. Burnam will preach at the spent most 0f njs time for several years himself, Mr. C. F. Higgins was exalted Such heaps of wedding presents were fice from the Commissioner oi iigr-".- TELEGRAPHY against nomination for Governor. aunuay. in Arizona in search of health, tie was to lhat position. The other officers were reoeived that many of them had to be LBU ft R.SMITH IUSINESS COLLEGE Second Presbyterian Uhurcn, ture a little later on. CtU IT. 1.. VW ti., ,.- - .r f for tho .jnsutng s,i months, sent to the future homo of Mr. and Mrs We guarantee our line of Calendar 14th inst.. at 11 a. m. Cordial invitation a consumptive and finally lite nau 10 all I am writing to advise you 10 mm.,, .. " Ki PaiDttpilpl, 1m Srcar Ktacitlnir 10.UB samples to be equal, if not superior, tol to all. Mr. Cornolison rooresontlng The Red Lundblake on Inspiration Heights to lie was vinlii tr, that dread disease. VUD W".""- ,rnn n nOSSlOlO. .i.. nnmmtinnAr of fys rj-- path' Chautauqua System was present make room, for m.ore. Lace from Nor A.im,Unr. how many boys will join but4 had. no children mi WJCupft I SMITH, lyrxlntton, air send traveling men into any firms who married, Chicago ' Lost New York mams win no piurreu u iia uimo and upon invitation addressed the meet way and Switzerland- - was presented by th this territory for your business, uei in vour couniy. Special Notice. Oblong black Onyx locket and chftin. Rock cemetory tomorrow, tlis sister, ing, setting forth a plan foy a Chautau- - M, and Mrs. Everett Jensen and Miss tho Cominlssionerlmay know the amount prices and examine quality of goods Samples Submitted to Y6ur Own Home Special I d o call attention to "Glima by Tip CLIM4? befqre placing One side pj locket has a pear, qther sido Mrs. W. II. Miller left yesterday to be Hls city auring the com- - Viola apd respectively. San Diego of seed corn necessary to provmo retirned present at thq internment. : .;.r.g Rates" in another oolumn. ne your order f0I anything in this (me. w e place for Picture! Reward if 2Q-nig summer. eerai u scussion oi ma fiends sent furniture in mahogany, a olub, it is nccessafy for the club to be to C.iinax offlce. proposition, was had and qpon motion complete kitchen outfit, chairs, silver organized as soon as possioie. Z"3 C. cceeded in making arrangements i save you money , sixty president arAPqlnted a committoo to ware QUl wcrcby we can offer our friends an(j a profusion of other City Councif. V.verv bov crowing as touch as Updsey, Several tbpusand rural free delivery low prices. '"We can save you spsgion lafce Un the matter wth somo other presents. A handsome silver set came bushels of. corn. to. the acre during this City Council mot In regidur carriers are barrod from active The man who has done sq much in r.r-e- y on any magazine or paper you letter Mayor uicq rganiiiatlonsof the city and to devise from th Westfield PhUo Company, of yenr, Vcill he prcsentea a nice diploma A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME Dolitics by an executive order, signea thn Juvenile Court of Denver, Co!., to January 4 t 7i30 p. n xvi Get our prices before placing bv President Taft, January 1, 1012, solve the problem of the "Bad Boy" will presided, and ovefy member was pros-on- t Avays and means of carrying out the pro- - Thompsonvlllo, Conn., whose traveling signed bv the Uovurnor, the Com inu tf. I ' order elsewhere. renresontativethe bride's father has sioner of Agriculturo, tile State buper Minutes as road byClork Edgar eot. .v The order forbids tne rural letter car- - K o thn TsTnrmal Chanel Friday ovo- It was tho sense ot tho meeting that been for many years, his. seven, heavy I, of and the County Superinten Acc.dents will happen, but the best from oernicious activity In poli- nine. Jan 12. a fine speaker. Blanton wero approved. The bonds He is trunks, each conspicuously dent. Tho. Commissioner of Agriculturo v, newly-olectc- d city officers- - were tne plan proposea was leasaoie ana lsilver-ladc- n created families keep Dr. Thomas i irri .11111 E ill -IJJ n niril Service You can't afford to miss it. -the .mnu I ai t.jeruc uu lor sucn emergencies, Tall . tb0rized me to say that all matters offered and approvod written reports could bo carried lo a successful close. labeled '9an Dieco 1915' beinc familiar Coram isaion to dismiss any found to be the pain and heals hurts. j3-lme tM issnn of The Climax will be of city officers wero filed.- - Former City Details of the affair will bo announced Jt0 be merchants, of the twenty-si- x in your county pertaining to .". so engagea. later and our people will bo made fuliy states in which bfi. travels, Dxesdon Club will come througn vne uiuu of Judge found the announcement Clerk Farris read and filed an extonded Dissolution. Messrs, James Leeds, ot this city, and w RharVnlforil for to the report of the finances of the city for tho acquainted with the plan as H progresses china,linen gow.ns, and other things were State Superintendent of fuono instruc the close of business December 30, James Butner. of Silver Creek, nave ac er towaru completion. i sent from Now Orleans, La., Kentucky Judge of Madison County Court. year 1011. This report will bo pu tion, but please adviso tne whop.--can, the firm of "White & Gibson was cepted positions with Covington & Banks offlce ofSVi you Dr. Crabbe, who had accepted a.n, places where the other far-of- f, t.,Aa w anient ford's card reach this lished in a complete form and yet some of Agriculture as soon as . UMW A ved by mutual consent, N. V. and assumed their duties on January V nmnn n wo were eoinff to press and the what condensed as soon as it can be ar,-- vitationto address bp ciulv w.is un I bride's relatives and friends reside. The ,now juouj v,,. will bo in vourcom club j" - le retiring- - The business will here- are both well known These gentlemen,.,.., t could not bo made lit radgod. A number of matters of minor. xpectedly called out of town. He had, wedding ceremony, vchich took place at 1 rat nt this as a snlondid feature of he conducted by John ii. umsoni them uouo with Vrr Aicuougie i jo a. m., presented a preity picture correlation between the Departments of time for this issue, hence editorial men importance were brpugbt up- and dis- however, requestca fro:. .V r.? 4U persons indebted to the late iHoraWBhusiness . totbe popular firm Tm.o having The solid black of the bridegroom and Education and Agriculture, .ana i ear., : i assigned to proper committ to fiilhis appointment. bo made next week. cussed and tion will fina tf White & Gibson are requested TvWnh thev have become associat- render hearty sup business loesAl the request at the Humane beep con.su,mhou,r In aisousslng Prof. Mo- - tbe bride's father were in graceful con estly hope you will tne greaves 3 ca.l and settle with John JL Gibson Gqld Medal. You Won was lata yet ed. tra?it to her spotless whito traveling port In making this two ordinances were passed, natterx the Society, as he alone is authorized to settle up a tiin Winnini? of the school term Dougle delivered ,a short but exeilent s mother wore a hand U nlnnir these lines. he bride cure your to it is you? lie business of the old firm. Mr. Gib- - Here Is a remedy that will money ex last fall at Million, ft gold medal was of looking lq thq more properly carrying address. Ho was listenod to, with mark-- 1 SOmo cream liberty eown with crystal Thanking you in aavance ior a out iho good work undertaken by that of the patron cold. "Why waste time ana sta writes a continuance .n in tbU and other matters, I ed attention and spoke as one who trim.niirur and fringe. Miss Irene- was Officers. It is prepa- fered to the pupil whose namo appeared IUylvvJ age that has been sp liberally extended perimenting when you can get a Very truly yours. knows, his leading thought being "Pro- - g0wnod in crepe do cheno over silk, and am, world-wid- e on inc ron ui iiuuv. v ration that has won a to the eld firm. Master San- gross.." A vote of thinks vas extended jiiss Florence in brocade silk trimmed term. lUrksdale llamieu. aupv re You Interested.' its cures of this disease and of times during the N. V. Wnrra. him and. the club, adjourned c.o,tntpndnt Noland staler that he for uponT It is tnrA nnrrv won tlia medal with highest with crystAl lace," can always be depended Jpipy R. Gibsos, This was Master Curry's first If you are. interested in embossodor in h Ud to roceive applications from . r u'Mt .(.linm evervwhere as Ohatnceriaia s honors. t for will give t ni., .rihhnns wnroalsoleneraviiig work The Climax will be Mr. Morancy to Be Associ . i f,.mnr hovs of the county who desire to It' nil iu auuwi Loom End Sale, with 'j.bson I dnsira to thank my friends ror I Cough ttemeay, auu I " I best work accomplished at pleased to svbmU samples together of the Madison County t. J offered for ated With Mr 3uIJivan. become members . paid him. It is . a ..nlnllv to al merit. COr 581B HJ "wki t , ,ni,xf.i nn,t the followinir secured prices ipr anyming uereu in uu i.uo. I Elsewhere in this issue of The Climax 0 and requests mat tnese Louis M. Moraney, of Torsailles, has appears tho two page advertisement ot Boys two weeks a representa fts for the new firm of John B. uibson .k., .nv.rt hadtres: Misses Etta Cox. Withlnf the next Youtsey Petifions. applications be filed as soonas possible. one oi mo largest. sivi uuu arrived, and vfil.1 suocped SM. "Wallace W. D. Oldham Co., announcing their 4 Co a continuance of ihesame. secure Fannie Jenkins. Harriett Million, Je.se tivo irom You Another movement is afoot to ,X. V- - "Whitb. plate engraving . Urns in tho in tho law office of Hon. 4. A. Sullivan. 4t End Sale. The pub A Valuable Man. Youtsey Currv. Sanford Uuarry, aaaa urry, copper ... urace T - United States will ho In ichnjond ana "Mr, Vallace recently moved to St, semi annual Loom . th pardon or parole of Henry foliiewlic Is familiar with these sales and experiFrankfort, Lydia Curry, Jennie Smitn, The Jessamine News contains the from the penitentiary at will cal! on the busines. wen of this Louis, Mo., to, practice his profession. eagerly watch The Climax for the a-lowing concerning a former Hichmona chargtd wun com- by, Preston Jjewby, ljessie vnnes. energetic- where be is confined, is city with a oomplete line of stallonwy Speaking of, "Mr. Morancy's departure nouncements of these sammoth events, Goebel. son of Mrs Louis Schlegel, of plicity in the murder of "VVilliam Adnvrtratoi, Notke, on which prices will bo submitted. This the Woodford Sua says; "Louis M. which always draw large, crowds. This bov. a BEST? i among the u. jensesot,Is Which A petition Is blag elrcukted Is sending a man here at tho request Morancy Is leaving tomorrow for Rich sale, Oldham & Co., declare will eclipse this city: "Uarry wm- All persons having claims against the firm a M ee'S will mond to enter the law office ot Hon. in every reaped any ot their previous snth. the, Sinclair & Valentine itUens of Stwpect uecetoou, i of Tho Climax and all orders taken W. 1?. If is p,ny, of. New York City, leu ior uiav .oublfeas ana t imocrv.. esUte ot to flle xaiem..properly, proyen be sent to thlsofflceand. delivered by us, Jere- - Sullivan, Since his graduation ones. by Koth an-a. r saiqe requested Cty Tuesday morning to attend the Uratt. a school teacser ui . stationery we from the Law Department of the UniII Mie is - IT him. If. . ' firm, of ' mad. ucum T V. & reouired by law, pn or before March Tf von tiso this olass of you consult us versity of Virglaia, Mr. Morancy 'has 'Dea't sead yauf ofdwc for C&ladrs. ' banaet given by o lhat salesmen. a NORMAL 1 mi) At umA will ba barred. Those will he irratified to have twenty-twLEAF. whisk there are it. will V Arthur.of Daytofl, i indebted to the before ploln yosr order. The Climax been in Ih offlce of W. O. Davis and. ou.Vfif Hichmoad..- Tap Clixa is aew of their most valud I is in a poltkm -- t Tb petltlea, which to Supply engraving or. by his striet attention to business a,nd, prepared t kndl-- Vhk lM 4 viat Mr. Schlegel is one m tl and settle sne H you have rooms for rent, wits for POUBty'x d as aa apyfwiaUaft ot hh met ..... . uJ hnndred of embcW work as cheap as anfirm in uniform, eourtecy, he hu won sainy ioc, aad will Kavf. a KjmiiiUtiva to able men services, tfcsy yrsseat him . spisadM Housekeeping or win 5Ul- - W m iith-s-j )gMt , '. ' friends w v itev AdmiiiWtrator. I the Unltedtates ana guarantee sti- - MM.'' whe fity h.iM unbod-- jsuq- - jI Ml) on yo wkkin a start aMortKWt mmW y sc witk a chwk h r- by mnu board, please ." wlj? this a tiw. nit y. faettoa in every imbcb. eennorJftM Silver Ulephonlng the facts lo KOK Ah ) Xarch 1, 191?. FIOE. Phone 766. A Splendid Stock of New ' 'i Miss Louise Perry, toacher of music Furniture, Mattings ncfRiigs 84. If the daily for oner yeat-.fo- r Weokly Cotirier Journal is preferred, both papers can be secured for $1.50. Thisisthc best offer in years, and, as this is presidential year, no one should Joe Wagers Announces,' t be without them. Send your.subscrip-lio- n to the Climax office, not to the In this issue will be foundflhe" an Courier Journal, in order to receive nouncement ot W. Joe Wagers as a can this g eat offer. didate for the Tiomination for Jailer of Mr. Wagers needs no Madison county. A Good One On Baxter. introduction to the Democrats of Madi Ono evening last week whilo Mr. Wilk son county. Iiisr wiuo personal acquain Baxter was.keeping door at the Opera tance, the splendid service which he has House, a man with a wifo and 1 1 chil rendered to his party and the active indren, somo of them grown, appeared at terest which ho has manifested in DemoOpora House.bought cratic supremacy in tho past causes tho entrance to the demanded lhat tho enhim to be well known by his party two tickets and be admitted. and by the people generally. The night tire family should Mr. Baxtor declined to admit tho has never bcenloo dark, nor the roads tickots only. . too rough for him lo como 1p the aid of family with two "But all these are my cliAldrcn," said his party and his friends. The strength which ho developed m a former race in the man. 'Of course," said Mr. Baxtor, "but which he was a closo second, is evidence some 61 them are too old lo be admitted of the fact that ho will begin his raco with numerous supporters and lhat freo." "Too old? What's that to do with it! there is a strong probability that ho will be a winner. Should he be nominated Don't it say on your bills that children and clocted, we do nqt hesitate to ex under 12 are admitted free with press our bolief that he will make a good parents?" , Miss Georgia Wagers,- - of this city, and Mr. Kepler G. Boyd, ot Greenfield, Ind., wore united in marriage last Wednesday morning, Rev. D. II. Scanlon officiating. The brida is a dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wagers and is a very attractive and popular young lady. The room is - EDUCATIONAL TALKS ON THE advance agent for the Harvey Stock Company, which held the boards at the opera house in this city last week. of friends will be sur prised to learn of tho marriage last night of Jeff Siqne and Mrs. Ella Farley, , P' .t f. me ceremony Deing, periormeur toy itev. "E. B. Barnes at- - his residence on Lan ' caster avenuo. The bride is one of Richmond's most popular women, and until recently was connected with the millinery firm of Farley & March. Tho bridegroom is one ot our most substan tial citizens and, in addition to being a leading contractor, is a member of the City Council, now serving his second term. He has always been one of Richmond's most progressive citizens. This happy couple have the kindest wishes of a host" of friends for. a long and happy ' married life. legion " Their AUTOMOBILE care of it to avoid repair bills. rationhow to get the best results how to take proper SHOWN BY MEANS OF A CHASSIS. How an Automobile runsvvhat makes it go its ope- The Inner Work; BENNETT and UN ER H GE NS This is the same kind of chassis, lighted and driven by electricity, exhibited at the New York, Chicago and other big Automobile shows. It shows all the working parts- - anybody can un- AKING LOCAL j. OTHERWISE -- ri derstand the machinery. Every Automobile owner and driver and everybody interested in Automobiles cordially invited. It is a liberal Automobile education. Talks at 2:00 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. There is no charge for admission. , -- Princess Rink, Richmond JAN. 15th, West - .Y im MONDAY Third Street, 92 KENTUCKY AUTOMOBILE COMPANY Street, nj 2. Judge Shackelford Announces on 1 a large Importer Manufacturer have as complete a line as of Calendars for for line other market seen in this or range are adpated .to all of "business. too, will the views of the closest our competitors. get tli selling expense is less than ask is that All look at our "benefit of that. like our competitors nave the prices, then if in this teritory are gratified to Calendar salesman will call ,that have secured the agency at early date. 1 f- L C? " will friands. It is fault to find matter of "business. Kindly hold us your order until our salesman calls. are also prepaired to furnish weather proof. postal caw addressed to us will promptly. very rruxy. save salesman sill will see you, -- our to Printing g-- Har-redsbar- g " f. -! r O-- ... m .. -- - LEEDS W. L.and Decorator Painter new-foun- ' w s, 1 .r.l Superb Wall Papers Moderate Prices Novel Colorings Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed -- on-ere- qua-neen- Jdge te :r -- saes m w in-ja- ml Democrats - 5. - 1 repu-.ofinn- 1 -v TT1 ' . 1 Corn-Club- RoomsWanted FOR . r-.- l. . ul STUDENTS. th..ivn - want Good County Government, don't to elect Good The only way get your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of the nomination for ounty the candidates the the best service Attorney money a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship want a lawyer or close acquaintance. that has had the proper training and ence and who honest and THE Candidate's Record that of any other better than mine vote mine best vote for me and for J. J. GREEN appreciate . t - 1 " -- r tim, 0bm ai, Covi ngton & Banks9 Great Clearance Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings f the stock offered is unusually large, the values extraordinary This is an absolute clearance sale of all winter merchandise, and with the exception of a few minor articles, includes our entire stock. Prices are cut Below reasonable limits, profits entirely wiped out, cost or value utterly disregarded, in our determination to sell this surplus stock, rather than suffer the greater loss of carrying it over to another season. The people know 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 hislmoney 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. We announce a fifteen clay's sale of the greatest magnitude or rVIen and Boys BC1 i at these sensational reductions: $22.50 25.00 hundred in number, every one new and up to date in style, all the popular shades and colors-m- ost Unlimited choice of all our finest suits, of them the Kenton make, the best fitting clothing in the world. Sizes and special models' to fit all men stouts, chunks, slims, longs, regulars; about-eig- ht rVlen's $20.00 1 Suits $16.50 17.00 for $17.75; $22.50 25.00 1U1 tl? tpif.fts, 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: $16.50 11 $18.00 (fcn (tlyj $10.00. j 7C, $20.00 C $12.50 On Fine Overcoats vlv. 75. i u, J7.00 for $14.75; 1,800 for $13.75; $12.50 for $9.75; ,,00 for $7.75 J4.00 for $11.75; Newest shades of tans and iui 7C 1 yu. 7 v, wi 1 u.00 iVil V7.iO, nr. nr. lUf Ql.iQ $G0 8.50 lUL $0.i5 frs nr Young Men's Suits Sizes 1 6 to 18 years Boy's Overcoats the new styles in sizes 8's to 1 6's. Roueh erays and tans and browns, very jaf QWat these sensational prices AH Boys' Knee Suits Our Boys' Suits are known far and wide for stylish fit and unusual wearing quality .A very large assortment d new styles to select Shirts and . We are badly overstocked, and prices are cut extremely low to sell them. Look I J IJ llilCl W CCLl 9??L J0.00 7 8.00 for 5.75 jQ ' 00 for 7 00 8 and 8 50 for aTs'oId and 6'00 I0'00 beffe thc beSt 7'5'fr 5.00; 5.00 for 3.75 7'50 for 4.95; 5.00 for 3.95; 4.00 for2.95 9'00 for not a garment excepted, all reduced S&tA j - Union suits and separate shirts and ri Sweaters All the new est colors and styles . Roys' Hats Fine lot to choose from Our farmer's heavy high top lace shoes are famed lor turning water as well as any leather made, and for quality that stands . Special cut prices on High Tops the hardest service. DEEP CUT ON w JJ -- Speedwell, Hanan, . MM. rvrtln . LOWEST PRICES EVER MADE ON " 3.50 for 2.50; 2.50 for 1.65; fo' U5 lM 50 for 39c 2.50 for 1.50; 2. for USD ' f- -l; J, for 75c OATC ITT.. 1 lltf f M 1 JBIL Mf WW I'Sl jf 1 V k fitk " f 5.00 for 3.95; 400 for 3J0; 3.50 for 2.95 i oootees: 4.50 and 5.00 grades 3.95 iCi VK 1 lf$M " -w ggfii Of D 13eaC0n OnOeS Snhqfanflal saving on every pair. Lack of space forbids . . We havc 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 evcr made on ime stylish shapes. More than One Thousand Hats to choose from, including such makes as Dunlop, Roelois, Mundheim, etc., at these prices quotations on ail shoes, but not a Pair has been spared a 6n in this big sale . -A tot' 3.50; 3.50 for 2.25; 2.50 for 1.75; L5U tor 1.15; 1.00 for 79c ' ; Nothing off on Stetson Hats "pil " JJtS jMfflS i 5 Bigger than you havc ever dreamed ofnot simply one counter but a lot of them; all loaded with the greatest bargains we have ever known. Here is the story: We have partment and taken our every piece of merchandise m any way soiled or shop worn or out of style, also odds and ends and broken lots: and placed all on seoarate tafeU nr( fraction of first cost at anv orice to sell them. Look over the list,I come see the U JIX 1, LXUll TWW MAVMW y J Li WCtllL i ..mvumtvwvi Bargain Counter BIG BARGAIN COUNTER SAT.F Boys' Bargain Counter Bargain Counter LT!u thmU ?tty g a it Overcoats; One hundred and fifty Overcoats forMen and the larger sized Boys. Some soiled and shop worn, some out of style. All great bargains. 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. -- Overcoats Sizes 10 and 17 years. Boys'Knee Pants Lot 3 About one hundred pairs fPants for Men-tin- d All straight bottoms. The big Boys. Sizes 29 to 34 waist. Former stone Corduroys. Former famous Keyprices $1.00 to price $2.50 to $6.00. Choice now for $1.50. iTow Bargain Counter to $15. Former prices $5 Divided into three lots as follows: Lot 2 Shirts Shirts. Original prices 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Given away now for 15c Odds and ends, soiled and out of style Raincoats Small and medium sizes only. Some sold as high as $12.50. Choice now Lotl $2.50 ' $3.50 $5.00 ' $1 ' . Boys' Overcoats Sizes 3 to 10 years Divided into two lots and priced at give away figures. Lot 2 Lotl Bargain Counter Coats and Vests Sizes for Big Boys and up to medium sized men. .Former value from $p.0O"to $12.50. Choice for Jtoys' Cassimere and Worsted Pants. Sizes 3 to 8 years. "Were 50c to . Choice for Sizes 9 to 15 years. $1.50. Choice now-- . 50C . Bargain Counter Hats , Lotl Lot 2 Lot 3 Former values up to $2.50 $1.75 Don't wait till the sale is over, don't wait till the best is sold $1.50 $5.00 $7.50 $250 About the biggest bargains in the store. A hundred and fifty Hats, most of them desirable shanes. hufc rulA broken lots that must be sold. First prices were 51.50 to $3.50. Choice now Out of style Hanan and Walkover Shoes. You knows the quality. Formerly sold,ab$3.50 to $6.00. Given away now for SHOES SI. 95c SI don't wait atiall, but come today COVINCTOII AND BANES