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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 13, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912031301_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 13, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8 Pages Section 38th YEAR 1 THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912 Primary Bill a Good Thin The machine politician who makes politics a business and thrives at the expense of the had his wings clipped by the passajro ot the Comnul. sory Primary Election bill, which fact is cause for rejoicing on the Dart of every lover of justice and decency in politics. Under this law the machine politician cannot prevent a poor man from exercising bis constitutional right to seek a nomination by fixing an entrance fee he cannot afford to pay. It is the best law passel by the Kentucky Legislature in three decades and every member of the General Assembly that voted for the samo is entitled to the plaudits of the people Mt Sterling tax-paye- 8 Pages Section 1 NUMBER 38 L. R. JBlaiiton : Dentists to Cure Hog Disease. Probably no officer of the government receives more freak letters than does tho Postmaster General. This week Mr. Hitchcock received a letter from a South Omaha citizen who proclaims that he can cure all hog disease through fixing their teo h. Tho Department of Agriculture has been wondering, he says, what has been killing tho hogs and he has the correct answer. Every diseaso known to swine, he says, is due to bad teeth, and his remedy is good for well hogs as well as sick hogs. He gives as reference the Union Stock Yards of Omaha, where he has worked doctoring the swine population before the slaughter. "I am," ho concludes, "the only hog dentist in tho world." t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: TO Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock tearns a FQSTE ATTRESS (4HE on every genuine mattress) IMPORTANT TO KNOW IAKfN6P0WDE! Absolutely Pure To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. The Label will guide you Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Alum No Lime Old Dominion Portland Cement and AH Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. whatSinsidethl TO INSURE REST k SHOWS YOU WHAfSHip2iCf0NH j LACED MATTRESS YOU GET COMFORTABLE Sentinel-Democra- t. Bradley on Roosevelt Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 A Chicken Born With Twelve Legs Senator Bradley has certainly been going after Teddy. Here is a statement that ho made a few days ago: "I did not believe that Mr. Roosevelt had any chance for the Presidential nomination before his Columbus speech. Since then I feel perfectly sure that his candidacy will amount to nothing. His repudiation of his promise, made November 8. 1004. that under no circumstances would he be a candi date for or accept another nomination, followed by his statement of December 11. 1007. that he had not chanced and would not chanco the decision, convicts him of insincerity, for which the American people will hold him responsible." Lancaster Record. Press Returns Complimented. A certain writer has said that no newspaper that took truth for its stand ard would make a success. The press might return the compliment by remarking that no minister who told the truth about his congregation, alive or dead, would occupy tho pulpit much longer than the Sunday following. The press and clergy go hand in hand with the whitewash brash, rosy spectacles magnifying little virtues and kindly throwing little deformities into oblivion. The pulpit, the pen and the gravestone are partners in saintmaking Licking Valley Courier. LOOK THROU.GH3TJ-AND R EADHFBM IN (PaT.APPLO OPENlMxfr f THAT IS HEALTHFUL 6 GUAWMnkzM 9 Phosphates Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler 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 of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to uSt the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in peifea relaxaone-six- th Attend To It Now. For 5ale. A registered Pcrchcron stallion, dapple gray, 11 years old, weight 1800 pounds, sound, broken to harness, good and sure foal getter. If not sold before, will be sold on March court day at Jit. Sterling, Ky. Jonx R. Downing. Mays vine, Ky. zt i'none ifii HAIR QUICKLY STOPS FALLING Itching 5calp Vanishes Over Night and Dandruff Is Aboltshed. There is ono hair tonic that you can put your faith in and that is PARISIAN SAGE. Would be no bigger curiosity than a farmer who svouldn't make more money off his land if he saw t,jo way to do it. Did you ever stop to think, Mr. Farmer, what bet- ter fencing would do in the way of added profits? The best fence strongest, springiest, best resisting around all of your land. The same best material in cross fences making more and smaller fields permitting rotation of crops and change of pasture. American Fence is the fence that meets every requirement, stands every test a final triumph of of the wiremaker's art. It is made of selected materials, mined in the manufacturers own mines, selected, tested, tempered and perfected by special machinery and master-vrrrkein the world's greatest wire mills. There's a style and weight tnat just fits your use and you'll find it. rs Remember that photo she gave you at Xmas it is up to you Open ) now Sundays J 10 2- -- 12 a. m. - 4 p. m. McGAUGHEY a D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. I money back. Drives out dandruff or money back. Stops itching scalp or money back. And Middolton, the druggist you know so well, is the man who sells it. PARISIAN SAGE is a splendid hair dressing; it is so daintily perfumed and refreshing that it makes the scalp feel fine the minute you apply it. It is used daily by thousands of clever women who realize that PARISIAN SAGE keeps their hair lustrous and fascinating. If you have hair troubles get 380,000. On Main street a coral necklace with PARISIAN SAGE tolay at Middelton's Architect's Notice. gold cross attached. Kindly return to and druggists everywhere. Large bot37-I am prepared to draw plans for this office. tle 50c. buildings and remodeling of all kinds. For Rent Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Will also furnish estimates or superinGood dwelling on Orchard street. won its great reputation' and. extensive tend construction of such work. Phonb 37-tMns. Sallie J. Waiid. f on rpt;n f coutrhs. lOK OrrtoTs.lnft fnr mo at The CLIMAX din " Good quality Tobacco Canvas at 2c 37-per yard at A. Dobrowsky's. tf lf 2t tf It stops falling hair or TnE Climax solicits tho horse and jack cards for the season of 1912. We have all varieties of fine cuts and can suit your taste, no matter what you may Onr desiro in this line of printing. Big Land Deal. prices will please you and wo guarantee One of the largest land deals ever satisfactory work in every instance. Come in and leave your order before the consummated in tho mountains of Ken- rush begins. tucky for somo timo was made a few days ago when Mr. Robert L. Thomas One Nomination Cocksure. At any rate Colonel Roosevelt has and the heirs of the late William R. won his nomination for the Presidency Thomas, who, for many years, havo of the Ananias Club, and he will have operated tho Ford Lumber Mills in no opposition whatever for that high Clark county, sold to an Eastern syndi- ofilco. His nomination should be unal. cate 23,000 acres of valuablo coal and nimousFrankfort timber lands in Jackson and adjoining Office for Rent. counties for approximately $479,000. Office equipped with water and heat The syndicate will cut tho timber and develop tho coal fields which aro con- in our building on Second street. Possidered among tho richost of Eastern session given at once. Douglas & Simmons. Kentucky. Mrs. John T. Ireland, of 24-t-f Winchester, and Mrs. Thomas E. Boarders Wanted. Moore, of Paris, two of the heirs of the Good clean rooms and good table. Aplate Captain James M. Thomas, of Miis. Clyde Pollers, Paris, two or thrco years ago sold their ply to 31-331 Moborly avenue. one-hainterest in the lands to W. R. Thomas and Robert L. Thomas for Lost News-Journa- tion. Made in the beit 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 & Fofter you get the besl MaKxee value ofac Come in today and ask to see these exceptional MaUreswa. We M gito&v them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Footer is a very Comfortable and Eco OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. R. 229 O. It. The j i - HLJfj "erlSM. 1 r Store Rcdi Remnants and Od Ladies' Cloak: At Greatly Rec 1 0 leavy Merchandise Reduced to he Lowest m's and Boys Clothing and es on All oods Overcoats . $25.00 and $30.00 Suits for -20.00 Suits and Coats for J 5.00 and $ 7.50 Suits and Coats 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coats; Children's Coats, worth from J.251tj Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower fora $J2.50 $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for 10.50 fiand J 7.50 Suits and Overcoats for 8.50 - .' fSuits and Overcoats for 7.50 ySuits and Overcoats for 6.75 Corduroy Suits for gits and Overcoats at equally low prices ydd Pants from 75c up Spiff every day Shirts for men with more goods in them than have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c wand -- As is our custom, we will bftetaj advertised we will .not ask you' Sspts jgWe and to make ready for Spring Stocks. If not1 kas are anxious to serve you to the mutual interest of both II I HAMID ,knovgir;,mymte&cllentftteltiia cyBlcally. ue. I Hues, you muet start b&ek acroM headquarters for the Eewsl" "Solomon, Setooeoa, sire me credit naeesee. Make it Sunday at ald- gbt that's three daa off." Uncos-- , for oftmmoB sense go farther, asd I give me credit for common decency! Be ioutily his voice saax to a whisper. 'Sunday at midnight," repeated' Don't let us .forget that ever since ire came' here she ha? manifested a ' I fcr Hi light stlft be of ffoughjWas3aIdMahaSy "NoffiBg'"7 Wlll' llkegoteg to MOTHERS " r ? . ----- -- JMJiMa. Ed. styles Mr. W. D. Chambers, of Boston Has. Don't Fail is rfcltiac fate Bother, Mrs. Ann Chambers, ia Fifth avenue. To see our big consignment of snappy up to date silk dresses. Mrs. D. B. Shackelford has returned from-rislt to her daughter, Mrs. JackJonx R. Gibsok & Co. son, of Greenville. Miss. Laundry .Sold. Mrs. R. B. Tarley and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, will leave Friday for a few Mr. John Ballard, of this sity, but days' stay in Cincinnati, Ohio. temporarily residing in Middlesboro, has Mrs. D. JL Willis, of Kirksville, is bought the Richmond Steam Laundry spending a month in Cincinnati, Ohio, and will take possession at anearlyNdar with her daughter, Mrs. Shepherd. Mr. Schafer and family will return to Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minAttorney Murray Smith returnod Sun their home in Louisville. Mr. Schafer's day, after a weeks' stay at Ml Jackson, ute" as we constantly watch the market two little girls have engaged to act in a tto was greatly benenttea Dy me oams. for new and worthy goods, and we removing picture show in Chicago. Mrs. Mrs. Frank Bell, of Lexington, spent spectfully invite your attention to our Schafer will accompany them. Wednesday last with Mrs. T. S. Hagan. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Hagan were school line of Man Who friends. Paralyzed. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Thing Mr. G. B. Turley went to Hot Springs, Pates, of Richmond, will be sorry to learn of the Illness of their little son, when he finds it, always comes to Ricci's Ark., somo weeks ago on account of his for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious health. Encouraging reports had been John R., Jr Woodford Sun. Mr. Embry Spurlin and family left steak. There is no disappointment in from time to time received from him. last week for Parma, Mo'., to make it their the meal that is ordered here. It Monday morning his family was shockhome. Mr. Spurlin will engage in always gives satisfaction and dellgbt ed upon receiving a message that ho farming. The Climax will visit them to our patrons because we buy the had suffered a stroke of paralysis of tho every week. choicest and have it cooked to suit the left side. Two of his sons, Messrs. R. Miss Mary Simpson, of Newcastle a bonviant and tho dainty appetite of the E. and John Turfey left on the next Belts, in student al the Eastern Normal, who train to join him. Mr. P. B. Broaddus has been ill at the Pattie A. Clay In ladies who come to is at Hot Springs and is in constant atfirmary, is convalescent, and will soon be out again. tendance upon the sick man, giving at in Mr. and Mrs. George W. Phelps are 38-TELEPHONE 3 tention to every want and need until enjoying a delightful visit in Los An further assistance arrives. Mr. Turley for Tailored geies, uai. a cara irom Mr. nieip: is one of tne best known and mo t tells in glowing terms of the attrac popular citizens of the county and both tions of the country nearer the sunset, for Waists Designs in he and his family have the sympathy The Misses Nettie Lewis and Lula and best wishes of the entire community. Begley, of Hydcn, who are attending the Richmond state .Normal scnoni, Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field we are now ready to Call and see us as were in town visiting friends from Sat By A. W. MACY. seeds at attractive prices. See us urday until Tuesday. Berea Citizen. take care of you on all Fall and Winter before buying, ANOTHER STRENUOUS Mary Ewing Gatiskill a Misses tf Aiisold & Simmons. Goods ROOSEVELT. Mayme Scrivener and Mr. Bronston Mc- Cord were among those wno attended Ball Fans To Meet To-nig- ht the dance in Richmond last week. Other Roosevelts besides TheWinchester Democrat. A meeting of the Richmond Baseball odore have been noted fcrttren-uousnes- s. Nicholas J. RooseClub has been cailed for Misses Katherine and Margaret Mc- at 7:30 Cord and Mary Ewing Gaitskill have re velt was one of them. He flourp. m., at Masonic Temple, to hear the turned from Kicnmond, wuere tney ished in the early years of the report of the soliciting committeo and were guests at Miss Marianne Collins nineteenth century, and may be either organize or disband for the comweek-en- d bouse party. WinchesterSun steam navicalled the father of ing season. If the amount of money Sentinel. gation In the west. In 1811 he necessary to finance tho ball team has would be politic to mention his usual Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, of made a voyage on a flatboat been secured by the finance committeo Bichmond, are visitinc Mr. and Mrs, silence on the tariff issue. from Pittsburg to New Orleans, Ilumohrev Hudson. Lexington avenue steps will be taken to organize and get to ascertain whether steam Stats Treasubeb Riiea, in explain Mr. Robinson is assisting at the Big in a position to get players and be precould ba used as a motive powrueiBtu eteri wesibmt tr ing why the teachers of the State have Doomed" sale at Center & Co. s for er on the Ohio and Mississippi. pared to begin practice work just as few days. Danville Advocate. on salary Everybody discouraged the Idea, soon as tho weather will permit. If tho TDE CLIMAX PRINTING CO never been1,paid theoccasiondue themthat Mr. and Mrs. Amil LohrUch and to say takes February but on his return, with the aid contributions have not been sufficient Jack Hardin motored to Louisville, (Incorporated.) of Fulton and Stevenson he there has been no transfer from the Friday last, look in the Automobile to insure a successful season tho matter built a steamboat to try It out. school fund to the general expense fund I show on Saturday and, after spending will in all probability bo dropped and The boat was called the "New Pres. and Mgr. during his administration. No doubt a few days pleasantly with friends in A. D. MWer Richmond will retire from the Blue Orleans," and cost about Z8r Sec'y-Trea- s. this is true, but it does not eo far wo city, returned nome me nrsi ui u. W. G. Wbke Grass League It is essential that every 000. With his wife and a small " tnward relievinc the teachers who need I one interested in baseball attond the crew he embarked at Pittsburg Xtmtxr el .. Messrs. James uoy ,ana aiiiierxjacKey, . .,. ... , VUCU U.UUOJ. T amid the plaudits of thousands. meeting A.SSOCMT10H PRESS KENTUCKY People said It was all right goSecbetaby Ubet Woodson, of the urday. Mr. Coy went over to sec his ui Lastern vs. Somerset ing down, but the boat could LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH WSTBICT Democratic National Committee, is in daughter. Miss Hallie Coy, who is at never be made to go up the tending the Camobeimagerman coi The Easte-- n boys went down in defeat favor of postponing the Democratic Na lege. While in Lexington, Mr. Lackey river. At Cincinnati he took Saturday night' when they tackled tho TEAS tional Convention, and also taking it Durchased an automobile, which ho FEB (1.00 FBIOE some people aboard for a little fast quintet from Somerset. The game away from Baltimore, Md , where, he will enjoy grtatly when spring comes IN ADVANCE ride, and scared them nearly to was fast throughout, but was romarK-abl- y are violating says, the death by letting the boat drift Miss Eva Mundayhas gone to Rich clean and free of fouls. Tho first mond. where she will be head trimmer toward the Falls of the Ohio. 1912 their pledges not to raise the rates. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 fur Mrs. Douelas and Miss Marsh half was extremely exciting, both teams Suddenly reversing the engine, playing at top speed, and neither showrvivnm:vi!i fiiVTRiu of Geortro- - Miss Ora L. Adams left for Uicnmond he took the boat up stream h" Wa pMfcfe to this issue of Toe Cm town, has beendeclaredthenominee of three or four miles, to their ing much superiority over tho other. max a speeoh made by Madison county's the Democratic party for Congress in severaj days great relief and delight The Tho period ended with a score of 12 to here. Harrodsburg Her- voyage was a great success, Representative, Hob. L. B. Harrington, the Seventh District, tho Court of Ap-- 1 aid. 7 in favor of Somerset. and the forerunner of many before the Hetise in the investigation of peals having dissolved tne injunction The last half was even moro speedy Mrs James Smith and son, Master more. tfee State Beard of Health, which has granted by Judge Kerr, of Lexington. Harry Chcnault Smith, of Richmond than the first, and for a lime, the EastI who bees vigerottsly preseouted by Mr. Herhave been visiting Airs, bmith erners threatened to tie tho score, but (Copyright. 1311. by Joseph B. Bowles.) Editob Habhv McCabtt, of the Nich- - daughter, Mrs. Julian Proctor Van rtagtea. We also publish in another gradually Somerset drew ahead and the inkle at their says the greatest hu- - Winkle, and Mr. an eetaas tfee repe-r-t of the committee olasville Journal, game ended 2G to 14. Attention. ,v,r ,, ih mn whn I home in Third street; will leave tomorwfctob eeffimeads the State Board of rnu7 fir T.rinolnn fnr a short. KtnV With Broaddus at guard played a groat You are cordially invited to attend game, holding his HeeJtfe. It is the desire of this paper put the word obey in the marriage cere- - Mrs Smith's daughter. Mrs. L Newton man to three goals Combs, and family before returning our Ladies Tailor-mad- e Suit Opening on while getting two himself. at alt times te give both sides of every mony. Simmons home Liouisvme uouner journal, Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 10. worked like liehtning and made some quostton te which out people are interMrs. May Viley Park, wife of Dr.W.B. We will have on display all tho new phenomenal shots. For the visitors ested. The Climax at the outset was S. Park, of LasVegas, Nov., grandson of styles in Suits, Coats, Skirts and one! Converse at guard was the particular freak te express an opinion that an Hon. and Mrs. W. IS. bmiih, spent piece Dresses. They will AND bfeeald be made, not only be made in aW star. Wednesday last with relatives in Rich As a whole the team work and goal oonoorateg the oenduot of the State mond. Mrs. Park's trip to Kentucky the new weaves for this spring English shooting of the Normal boys was fine, was a sad one, coming as she did from and French serges, plain and e Beard ef Health, but that all officers but they were miserable on free throws, ungiy. CaL. to bring the bodyol her sis whipcords, home-spube subjocted to assual examination manish suitings, and should have had eight or ten moro ter, Mrs. Mattingly, whodiedjsuddeely at imported Bedford cords Items of Interest Regarding Home and excellent points. that the oeAstitueacy of those who tbat place, r ebruary 2J. and whose re The officials folk and Others, serve tfee Stale, oeuBty or municipality, mains were buried in the Viley family novelties, desirable fabrics. Every one referee: Coach were Prof. McCorkle, Wilson. lot in Lexington cemetery, Sunday aft of them approved styles, splendid shades, jjJordan; , scorer, and Mr. umniri! Mr bhoirid be mere acquainted with the Abers, timer. ernoon, March 3. both tailored and trimmed effects. Suits service resdered by these public servMrs. T. J. Curran, of Rankin, 111 , is The Memorial Hall parlors at Normal delivered when purchased. ants. The people, whose suffrage places visiting Mrs. T. J. Moynihan. Fitting college were the scene of a pleasant guaranteed. te pewer the various officials, have a Respectfully, Mrs. N. B. Barrow, of Winchester, is little reception given to the Somerset W. D. Oldham & Co. right to demaad a report of their visiting Mrs. Dykes at Red House. Basketball boys on Saturday evening game by tho eastern team after the Miss Stella Hendren is teaching Mako up your mind now that you are The invited goests were young lady Thbhe is every indication that spring term of school at Kirksville. students from Pulaski county. It was a e,uw, iu ior iv. o. xemii ior re- Mr. Sam Bennett, of Lexington, spent happy reunion of sisters and brothers. election. His former Presides i Roosevelt intends to record as anublic servant, several days with relatives here last relations and friends. Ices and cakes dedge the tariff issue. In a recent state-meweek. were served and the brief hour between has never been eclipsed by any former frem his headquarters it was dethe game and the winking of the lights official. if Mrs. Jane Tilford, of Louisville, is clared that he would "rest his case on the guest of Mrs. Sam Black in North passed all too quickly. the issues he raised at Columbus, Ohio." street. A Success. Miss Sarah Cecil was the hostess at a Ia tbat saseoh he ignored the tariff With tho beginning of the fall term! Mr. F. F. Broaddus. of Louisville, is beautifui reception Tuesday afternoon Just how Mr. Roosevelt . from 3 to 5 o'clock, which was given or uicnmond Colored School domestic the guest of his brother, Mr. W. f complimentary to her house guests, te relieve the people from paying Broaddus. Mrs. B. L. Middelton, of Richmond, and science was introduced and has proven? tribute te the tariff trusts oa practically Miss Lollie Evans, of Nicholasville. Mrs, S. B. Bottom, of Lebanon. The to be a great success. At tho suggestion' everything they buy is a mystery for leit yesterday, after a visit to Mrs. W. home was decorated in splendid taste, of Prof. J. D. M. Russell, tho Board ott . Broaddus. wfefoh he so far has offered no explana-tfothe color scheme of yellow being car Education employed an experienced' good effect; jonquils pre Mr. Robert Loner, who has been quite ried out with Heretofore Colonel Roosevelt dominating in the De teacher in this branch of work, and to has beea a staunch Aldrich, Penrose, sick at his home in Kirksville, is some licious refreshments decorations. and day this department wore served, of the colored( what improved. Smeet man on the tariff, and since their those present spent a delightful after school has become Thej Master Edwin PowelL who has been noon. Danville Advocate. viewpetat is not popular just now, Mr. confined pupils are given instruction and taught! to his bed for several days, is Roesevek has evidently decided that ill able to be out again. Every Lady in the County to cook all kinds of food, with the result that the girls who leave this school go Will be interested in the advertisement out into the world of W. F. Higgins. It's a new idea nea to make an prepared and qualihonest living. Many Hunt the ad. up and read it. families aro being supplied from this school with all kinds of bread, cakes, Parcels Post pies. etc.. and orders placed with Prof. !vmct o cd yrBnmmiT All Kentucky farmers can well afford Russell for anything in the culinary line the time and expense of a letter to their will be delivered fresh at your door. Senators and Congressman urging them to exert themselves in favor of a parcels Special Attention, Farmers.. post which must necessarily be of great The Agricultural train, under .the; benefit to that class of farmers living on a rural mail route who at any time auspices or the State Agricultural Demight desire small packages of mer partment, is making a tour, visiting all j chandise delivered to them by the mail tne important towns in Central Ken custom-tailore- d carrier. A letter similar to the copy tucky. It will be in Richmond, Friday.- printed below will do much towards March 29, at 3:15 p. m and remain un- bringing about this greatly desired legis til 5:15 p. m. for price. Professor Turner, of Purdue Univer! lation. Opposition is hard at work to kill the parcels past We must speak aujf, wm oo on me train, lie is an. ac; knowledged authority 6n wheat cultureJ for n hat we want. There will also be other men of high From Richmond, Ky., March 8. 1912. To Senator W. O. Bradley, and Senator authority on the various questions of Thcs. H. Paynter and Congressman interest to farmers, This will bo a fine opportunity for Harvey Helm farmers to gain information and tret Gextlesiex: You are doubtless aware that pending 'pointers" on any subject in which they Merchant Tailors Chicago legislation in Congress regarding a Par- may be especially interested. The dayj cels Post is of great importance and in- has come when it is necessary to runa farm Intelligently and by scientific prin terest to the farmers of Kentucky. first a liberal parcels post system ciples in order to get the most out ofdtJ would be of great benefit to the farming tho best dividend for tho money and in to interests of Kentucky without possi time invested. bility of detriment, you must see that Herrington Entertains, the farmers of the State are much in favor of such legislation when the matRepresentative L. B. Horringtonfof, Madison county, gave a dinner Jpartyi ter is called to their attention. Your constituency is at least soventy- - last Tuesday which brought togetSeri five per cent agricultural and ninety per the Senators and Representativesfromi West Main Street cent of it is directly dep3ndent on the Richmond, Ky farms for a livelihood. It soems, there several congenial friends for a de'lighg fore, to us who have duly considered evening,i The dinner was given the matter that your influence should Frankfort Hotel and as Mr. HpVr'fmSSS be exerted in favor of a liberal parcels understands the art of dining welMfif! post system, a thing much desired by friends, was much enjoyed. Mr;.IIer-rington-'s those who elected you. guests were: Senatorc.wfEl E.B. Moon, Secretary of the American Dowllnir. of Lawrenceburir: It. T.TTBra League of Associations, aptly voiced the ble, Stanford; P. J. Beard, Shelbyvflle' opposition to a parcels post when he said Representatives John Holland, t5h Ta. 4HSBBkSBBBaSBk fSssSFW CsbbbVCs0 I before the Senate Committee on Post viiie: Hugh Mahin, Nicholas ville;"! Offices and Post Roads, "We are oppos Ct.nl.. uiiiuiuiu, . j. ir rarra, ijancas tj aj.. it uuoumi ed to a parcels post of any kind on the ter; David B. Thurman. Taylorsvule broad general ground that the Govern Francis Douglas, Danville; J. RPa: SBBBSBBVSHlsBBBBBBf mem suouiu not lunner engage in en ton, Lawrenceburg: R. D. Hunter,$Yfif terprises in competition with its citi Chester; Stanley Reed. Maysville; jgnff zens. The "citizens" referred toby tor Webster Helm, Newport; Col;rhos! Mr. Moon arr not the farmers or bus! J. Smith, Mr. Sherman Goodpaste'ir&cxj ness men of Kentucky, but the stock Representative Reed of Boyle countr holders of the four big express com and Searcy ofSMauil panies and the railroads that own ex Ion county Frahkfort press company stock. Can you hesitate between your own Automobiles Painted? constituency and the express companies ,. . . t. i iu aij suop on m. imra at. JuamnDn in exerting your influence in so import pared to paint and trim" AutomVb'iief? ant a matter to Kentucky Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles I am respectfully, kinds. I have a paintor of long ex Grexx Clay, Rural Route No. 4 Richmond. Kv. perience and who understands his business. Prices as low as consistent v pfcystes rtMt, Sc,Jir.77 wskn tb with first ola work. Give im a trkl. FrU Sack, bow.wiU bed u okreaic Mtwtifftttea, Horse shoi&w, UlaeksnUtiiae Do ' lfiibU optraU euiljr. 2fc a rtf!rinf in all branch. Our Story in a Nut Shell rsiHiifrsr ! I a II II IK II Tho minister prayed, "God bless my people as they shall stand in their pulpits tomorrow in nursery or kitchen, in shop or store. May thoy preach well. May their sermons bo their pure conversation; their patience and fortitude, their gladness and hopefulness. May the 'amen' to their sermon be the imitation of thoir oxamplo by those with mostcloselyjassociated." whom thoy a-- 'IK) ,S3InHS 'sorl9 'S3IP33N JO sJ3jJnbpMii. aie siuauiUBisui " Aj 'puoiuipi iajOH uopuAjo 8)isoddo V The Tailored and Fancy Waists Good Knows a Rev. McGarvey preached at Kirksville Christian Church last week. Lenten services will be hold at the Episcopal Church, this city, next Wednesday and Friday afternoon, March . 20 Everybody is exand 22, at 1:30 p. m. tended a cordlalj invitation to attond these services. Tho First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly ovory Sunday in their apartments, 130 Second street. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. LesWednesday son sermon at 11 a. m. ovening testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Free reading room 15, nobson building, open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Sunday.March 17,at lla.m,'Substance.' The public is cordially invited to any and all services. The Missionary Society of the Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon with iMrs. J. B. Harris in Fifth street. Tho wages of sin are always paid. If settlement is not made promptly, compound interest is added. Tho young ladies of tho Presbyterian church will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Dr. Bales to organize a girls guild. 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B aojjj uavq noj ); The Richmond Climax. nojpny "1 noijony Proposals for School Building Sealed proposals will be received at the office c : Superintendent of Madison County Schools until one o Saturday, March 30, 1912. for the erection of two rr?r room school buildings, one to be erected near Kirks: Ky., the other near Waco, Ky., in detail according to f and specifications which can be seen at the County Sir -- 0, IF WOMEN ONLY KNELW What a Heap of Happiness Would Bring to Richmond Homes. 1 hotel-keepe- rs 25&TO A healthy man is a king in his own Hard to do housework with an aching right; an unhealthy man an unhappy back. Brings yon hours of misery at leisure slave. For impute blood and sluggish liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On or at work. If women only knew the cause that the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle, lm Backache pains often come from weok Kidneys, - Announces For Assessor. Mr. P. S. Whitlock, bettor known as "Jolly Pete," announces elsowhero in today's Climax for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Whitlock is a splendid citizen and resides in the wes tern section of tho county and is a Democrat of tho old school. Ho has never held office, but has always been a party He solicits the support of worker. every Democrat in tho county and pledges in the event of his election to discharge the duties of the office with credit to himself and his constituents. tr PERSONAL SOCIAL two-ton- 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kid neys. Read what a Richmond citizen says. Mrs. Leo Todd, 144 Big Hill avenue, Richmond, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills did good work in my case. I could not sloop well, had ruins in mv kidneys and tho kidney action was ir regular. 1 was nervous and dizzy, When Doan's Kidney Pills were recom mended to me, I obtained a box at Mid- clelton's druj store. They acted as a tonic to my entire system." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y sole agents for the United atates. Remember tho name Doan's and 3S-take no other. 3t tendent's omce. For general conditions, bond, etc., see specI2;r. The contracts for the erection of these buildings wV.: by the Madison County Board of Education. Said E reserves the right to reject any and all bids. County Supt. and Chairman of Madison (V Board of Education JOHN NOLAND The Proposed Game Law. An interesting letter camo to The Climax from one of its readers last week mildly criticizing an article in our issue of Wednesday, in which the writer was laboring under the impression that a license would be required in caso the present bill before the Legislature became a law, for those who engage in the pleasant pastime of Ashing. Our friend is laboring under the wrong impression, as tho bill which passed the IIouso last week does not include a license tax only for hunters. A tax of $1 on local hunters and $15 on hunters. The bill also provides that no person may hunt on the land of another without a permit from the owner, whether he has a hunter's license or not. However, a farmer may hunt on his own land without paying the license fee. non-reside- at j com-pfotal- j'. pro-pes- es 'Phon 357 GROCER! FLOUR Gold Medal, 24 lb sack . Zaring's or Mary, 24 lb sack a. and Save Money on g. ' Dan Breck, fire, lightning, and live stock insurance. cyclone tf jfw.t'm See Our Full Page Ad. In This You can say goodbye to constipation with a clear conscience if you use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been permanently cured by thoir use. For sale by all dealers. mC-lm t Week's Saturday Evening Post Certainly. concerning the fine clothes we deliver a reasonable About 500 of the season's most handsome woolens V. Price & Co. I feel I have a right to ask my friends actively to work to prevent bringing me forward for tho 1912 nomination. I should esteem it a calamity if such a movement were undertaken Theodore, August 15, 1910. To all wanting me to bo a candidate, tl answered that I would not bo. To all who asked whether I would accept if nominated, I answered "yes," if I knew them sufficiently well to be sure that they would understand me. Theodore, March 5, 1912. 70c 75c LARD Pure Leaf Lard, per pound 12 U2c are on exhibition at our store. Make your selection early and be one of the men town get the benefit of the newest E. V. ELDER :::::::: se MEAL Per bushel . ' . . 4 $X.OO iat;ttj Thieves There are robber in vnn. na.vaa and they are stealing your profits. II W.'.ybursheep are infested with worms. ryou should stop the loss. Worms ('make poor wool, few lambs, less Vweight of mutton. They starve yonr (fstock, make them sick and finally IdU. H- Sheep c r 5ALVET WMI KM Worm News-JoiifTT- Sold under a cmarantiu tn lilt J expel all free stomach and intestinal . wuiuis. wuipuisnep,ncgsandaH stock In prime condition. Tones up .a ... Lenox Soap, 3 cakes for 10c . . Rolled Oats, 10c package for 7 New England Mincemeat, package 7 Three 5c boxes Matches , .10c Crisco, 25c can for 20c . . . Tomatoes, 15c can for 12c . t Sweet Potatoes, 15c can for 12c . Corn, 3 cans for . ' .. 25c . Pink Salmon, per can . .13c 6 pints Navy Beans 25c ;; . l-- 2c l-- 2c ' - . 1 g ffVUiV, ' (Jhelps to put on fat quickly. Diflereaf oflt s4 ;nuia.u sure and costs little remuis. day cent perhogor sbp. VSJ-Vaa- 4 your sck wit fee th.at.t- vuui-e- worm ,aan, 12 7f R. D. McCollom & Co. "The Little 5 tore With the Little Price" bwtisDitom. W.D.Buckley &Co. Richmond, Ky. ml3-l- n Jaxju A. Uooul Comer Hill and Irvine-st- s Teleohone 357 Pages s 8 Section 2 38th YEAR THE RICHMOND CLIMAX; RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912 Hues slowly. "When you have passed the word into middle Tennessee, turn south and make the best of your way to New Orleans. Don't stop for anything push through as fast as you can. You'll And me there. I've a notion you and I will quit the country together." "Quit the country! Why, captain, who's talking of quitting the "You speak as though you - were fool enough to think tho niggers would accomplish something!" said Murrell coolly. "There will be con fusion at first, but there are enough white men in the southwest to handle a heap better organized insurrection than we'll be able to set going. Our fellows will have to use their heads as well as their hands or they are likely to help the nigger swallow, his medicine. I look for nothing else' than considerable of a shake-ualong the Mississippi . . . what witn lynchers and regulators aman will have to show a clean bill of health to be allowed to live, no matter what his color just being white won't j help him any!" "No, you're right it won't!" and again Hues gave way to easy laughter.! "When you've done your work you strike south as I tell you and Join me. I'm going to keep New Orleans for myself it's my ambition to destroy the city Old Hickory saved!" "And then It's change your name and strike out for Texas with what you've picked up!" "No, it isn't! I'll have my choice of men a river run or snips, look here, there's South America, or some of those islands in the gulf with a population and a few white mongrels holding on to civilizawhat's to tion by their hinder our setting up shop for ourselves? Two or three hundred Americans could walk off with an Island like Hayti, for instance and it's black with niggers. What we'd done here would be just so much capital down there. We'd make it a stamping-ground for the Clan! In the next two years we could bring in a couple of thousand Americans and then we'd be ready to take over their government, whether they liked it or not, and run It at a profit. We'd put tho niggers back in slavery where they belong, and set them at work raising sugar and tobacco for their own bosses. Man, it's the richest land in the world, I tell you and the mountains are full of gold!" Hues had kindled with a ready enthusiasm while Murrell was speaking. "That sounds right, captain we'd have a country and a flag of our own and 1 look at those free niggers as just so much boot!" "I shall take only picked men with me I can't give ship room to any other but I want you. You'll Join me in New Orleans?" said Murrell. "When do you start south?" asked Hues quickly. "Inside of two days. I've got some private business to settle before I leave. I'll hang round here until that's attended to." p black-and-tan eye-teet- Q Pages Section 2 NUMBER 38 $15 is-- SPECIAL THE JUDGE - you the choice of a beautiful range of patterns. They nt rfect in every detail. "We show here one of the most 'ar styles in two button sack suits PRODIGAL lUVSTJlATOHS BrD.MELVJJX SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER L-scene at the opening of the story Is laid In the library of an old worn-osouthern plantation, known as the Barony. The place Is to be sold, and Us history and that of the owners, the Qulntards. Is the subject or discussion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a business stranger known as Bladen, and Bob Taney, a farmer, when Wayne Hazard, a mysterious Hannibal child of the old southern family, makes hix appearance. Yancy tells how he adopted the boy. The ut J BBCXE8. MATES St CO. I ST" CHAPTER Nathaniel Ferris buys the Barony, but the Qulntards deny any Knowledge of the boy. Taney to keep HonnlbaL Captain Murrell, a friend of the Qulntards, appears and asks questions about the Barony. CHAPTER at Scratch Hill. Taney's home, when Is kidnaped by Dave Blount. Hannibal Murrell's Captain apnt. Taney overtakes Blount, gives lilm a thrashing and secures the boy. ncy CHAPTER Is served with a warrant for assaulting Blount. Taney appears before Squire Balaam, and Is discharged with costs for the plaintiff. CHAPTER V. Betty Malroy. a or the Ferrises. has an encounterfriend with Captain Murrell. who forces his attentions on her. and Is rescued by Bruce Carrlngton, who threatens to whip the captain. ., III.-Tro- uble IV.-Ta- It Cbicaco tailoring is equal to any of the higher grade made to :re garments and every suit is absolutely guaranteed "We want you to see these I "t fre leaving our store. - Not necessary to make purchase s just satisfy your- f the merits of our etty CHAPTER sets out for her Tennessee Carrlngton takes the same stage, ancy and Hannibal disappear, with Murrell on their trail. Ho overtakes them In the mountains of Tennessee. Murrell gets Taney drunk and stabs him In a fight that followed. Hannibal escapes In a canoe. VT.-Bho-"- v. $15 Suit Special CHAPTER arrives at the home of Judge Slocum Price. CHAPTER VIII. The Judge recognizes In the boy, the grandson of an old time friend. Murrell arrives at Judge's home. Hannibal hears of the finding of Taney's body. Price arrested as counterfeiter. VII.-Hann- Ibal J. S. STANIFER Home of Good Clothes Cor. 2nd and Main Richmond, Ky raft rescue Taney, who Is apparently dead. Price breaks JalL CHAPTER X. Betty and Carrlngton arrive at Belle Plain. CHAPTER XI. Hannibal's rifle discloses some startling things to the Judge. Hannibal and Betty meet again. rell CHAPTER arrives In Belle Plain. Is playing for big stakes. CHAPTER XIII. Taney awakes from long dreamless sleep on board the raft. CHAPTER XIV. Judge Price makes startling discoveries In looking up land titles. Charley Norton, a young planter, who assists the Judge, is mysteriously asXII.-Mur- CHAPTER IX Cavendish family on saulted. Betsy's Pointers "I CHAPTER XV. Norton Informs Carrlngton that Betty has promised to marry him. Carrlngton bids Betty good-byNorton Is mysteriously shot. CHAPTER XVI. e. joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at have never seen a woman The Judge Offers a Reward. The news of Charley Norton's murw had with good sense but der spread quickly over the county. beauty enough to make her- For two or three days bands of armed men scoured the woods and roads, self highly agreeable. If you and then this activity quite unprotangible wish to see faces light up with ductive of anyallowed toresults ceased, rest with the were matters Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices l and Square Dealing kjukii a. ine 7? li.2 auuac uuiiuiup Notice! Poultry Rafsers CURES C'TiIera. fianes. Umherneck. Roud. Canker. : Uiitztt Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry $ HA xiytoiie. Ileum ML ' " f c" c'patndlimbcnKck without (uL 3repJ oVjwntheMIpfg.pia "One drop Ripe Budrtown. Ky oco. worm aadrtJiera.urccKcliniUnlly. of ltil the prerenure I hTe era uied. the --- Ji the K'fl. asd Guzranttcd by J. Eobt Crane. Birdstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggist. : Bry1. fUritown. Ky.. mtk "I htn bkJ Rw 4-- 1 t or yemn ud libit it the bo bt STOCKTON & SON, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Did You Know That you Ready-to-wear SOLD BY can be fitted in a Suit, or get1 the swellest Silks and Poplins nd have your dress made by jn&king your purchases at JOHN R. GIBSON & CO'S want you to buy Onyx 'ldsiery, which you Mksk to i can find iriiany shade in our stock see our lady's "Man- '.ir constituted authorities, namely Mr. Betts, the sheriff, and his deputies. No private citizen had shown greater zeal than Judge Slocum Price. One morning he found under his door " a folded paper: "You talk too much. Shut up, or you'll go where Norton went." A few moments later he burst In on Mr. Saul. "Glance at that, my friend!" he cried, as he tossed the paper on the clerk's desk. "What do you make of It, sir?" "Well, I'd keep still." The Judge laughed derisively as he bowed himself out He established himself in his of fice. He had scarcely done so wnen Mr. Betts knocked at the door. Ihe sheriff came direct from Mr. Saul and arrived out of breath, but the letter war not mentioned by the judge. He spoke of the crops, the chance of rain, and the Intricacies of county politics. The sheriff withdrew mysti fied, wondering why it was ne nan not felt at liberty to broach the sub ject which was uppermost In his mind. His place was taken by Mr. Pegloe and on the heels of the tavern-keepe- r came Mr. Bowen. Judge Price received them with condescension, but back of the condescension was an air of reserve that did not Invito questions. The Judge discussed the exten sion of the national roads with Mr. Pegloe, and the religion of the Perwith Mr. Bowen; sian he pennlted never a pause and theyretired as the sheriff had done wunout sight of the letter. The Judge's office became a per fect Mecca for the idle and the curi ous, and while he overflowed witn courtesy he had never high-breseemed so unapproachable never so remote from matters of local and contemporary Interest "Why don't you show 'em me let ter?" demanded Mr. Manany, wnen they were alone. "Can't you see they are suffering for a sight of it!" we "All in good time, Solomon. became thoughtful. "Solomon, I am thlnklne of offering a reward ior any Information that will lead to the discovery of my anonymous correspond ent." he at length observed wun flnilv casual air, as If the Idea had Just' occurred to him, and had not been seething in nis Drain au aaj. "There you go. Price " began Ma haffv. -Solomon, this Is no time for me to hang back. I shall offer a reward of five thousand dollars for this information." The Judge's tone was resolute. "Yes, sir, I shall make the figure commensurate with the poignant grief 1 feel. He was my friend and client" The next morning it was discovered the that some time during the nightcomJudge had tacked his anonymous munication on the court house door; paJust helow it was another sheet of per covered with bold script: "To Whom" It May Concern: "Judge Slocum Price assumes that the above was intended for him since k found it under his office door on Inst tk morning of the twenty-fift"Judge Price begs "leave to state It M 1 unqualified conviction that the writer k a coward and a cur, and Cere a reward of five thousand dollars foe any tefonaation that will lead to hla Mentiflcatloo." d h tered the room to say there was a white fellow at the door. "Fetch him along In here," said Ware. The white fellow delivered a penciled note from Murrell. When he was gone, the planter ordered his horse. As Ware rode away from Belle Plain he cursed Murrell under his breath. His own inclination toward evil was never robust; he could have connived over a long period of years to despoil .Betty of her property, but murder and abduction was quite another thing. Three miles from Belle Plain he entered a bridle path that led toward the river. A growth of small timber was standing along the water's edge, but as he drew nearer, those betterments which the resident of that lonely spot had seen fit to make for his own convenience, came under his scrutiny; these consisted of a log cabin and several lesser sheds. Landing, he advanced toward tho cabin. As he did so he saw two women at work heckling flax under an open shed. They were the wife and daughter of George Hicks, his over seer's brother. "Morning, Mrs. Hicks," he said, addressing himself to the mother, a hulking ruffian of a woman. "Any body with the captain?" "Colonel Fentress Is." "Humph!" muttered Ware. He moved to the door of the cabin and entered tho room where Murrell and Fentress were seated facing each other across tho breakfast table. "Well, what the devil do you want of me, anyhow?" demanded the planter. How's your sister, Tom?" inquired Murrell. I reckon she's the way you'd ex- pect her to be." Ware dropped his, voice to a whisper. "John, you'll ruin yourself with your damned crazy infatuation!" It' was Fentress who spoke. "No, I won't colonel, but I'm not going to discuss that All I want is! for Tom to go to Memphis and stay there for a couple of days. When he comes back Belle Plain and its nig gers will be as good as his. I am go-- ; Ing to take the girl away from there; tonight. How soon can you get away from here, Tom?" he asked abruptly-- ! "By God, I can't go too soon!" cried the planter, staggering to his feet. He gave Fentress a hopeless beaten look.! "You're my witness that first and last I've no part in this!" The colonel shrugged his shoulders. Murrell reached out a hand and rested it on Ware's arm. "Keep your wits, Tom, and within a week people win nave iorgouen an. about Norton and your sister. I ami going to give them something else to! worry over." Ware went from the cabin. ' "Look here, how about the boy you ready for him if I can get my are CHAPTER XVII - Tom "War kJ bfoidtred Underwear M tb pal morataff Mgbt crept across Am mot fields that were Uk hie yrtcte and his dwpair what waa tb mm dt trying to sleep when t4eep was nudMiitr! He was about to rnvit the table wtm big Bteve breakfast vh seated alone over Hi W wt w " The Judge Extends His Credit That afternoon Judge Price walked out to Belle Plain. Solomon Mahaffy had known that this was a civility Betty Malroy could by no means es cape. Ho had been conscious of the judge's purpose from tho moment it existed in the germ state, and he had striven to divert him, but his striving had been in vain, for though the Judge valued Mr. Mahaffy because or certain sterling qualities which he professed to discern beneath the hard crust that made up the external man, he was not disposed to accept him as his mentor in nice matters of taste and gentlemanly feeling. He owed it to himself personally to tender his sympathy. Miss Malroy must have heard something of tho honorable part he had played; surely she could not be in ignorance of the fact that the lawless element, dreading his further activities, had threatened him. She must know, too, about that reward of five thousand dollars. Certainly her grief cpuld not blind her to the fact that heNhad met the situation with a largeness of public spirit that was an impressive lesson to the entire community. These were all points over which he and Mahaffy had wrangled, and he felt that his friend, in seeking to keep him away from Belle Plain, was standing squarely in his light. He really could not understand Solomon or his objections. He pointed out that Norton had probably left a will no one knew yet probably his es tate would go to his Intended wife what more likely? He understood Norton had cousins somewhere in "Since You Insist, Ma'am My Best Respects." middle Tennessee there was the attractive possibility of extended litiga- capacity of a friend or professional"And Then It's Change Your Name tion. Miss Malroy needed a strong, ly I trust you will not hesitate to and Strike Out for Texas." clear brain to guide her past those command me " Tho judge backed agile fancy assembled toward the door. difficulties his hands on him! I'll send him either in her path. He beamed on his friend "Did you walk out, Judge Price V up or down the river and place him with a wide sunny smile. asked Betty kindly. In safe keeping where you can get mean she needs a lawyer, "You "Nothing more than a healthful exhim at any time you want" insinuated Mahaffy. ercise but wo will not detain you, "This must be done without vio- Price?" "That slap at mo, Solomon, is un ma'am; the pleasure of seeing you Is lence, John!" stipulated Fentress. Which worthy of you. Just name some one. something we had not reckoned on!" "Certainly, I understand. will you, who has shown an Interest The Judge's speech was thick and shall it be up or down river?" I may say I unctuous with good feeling. He wished "Could you take care of him for comparable to mine? energy to my entlro her Mahaffy might have been there me below, at Natchez?" inquired have devoted affairs, and with disinterestedness. I thatnote the reserve and dignity of Fentress. you men to have made myself felt Will "As well there as anywhere." his deportment have "Good!" said Fentress, and took his tion who else these cutthroats They "But you must let me order lunchtried to browbeat and frighten? leave. my theories and conciu eon for you," said Betty. At least s of an hour slipped know that menace to them! I got this questionable old man was good by, then, piercing the silence, Murrell sions are a 'em In a panic, sir presently some to Hannibal. heard a shrill whistle; it was twice fellow will lose his nerve and light "I couldn't think of It ma'am " repeated; he saw Bess go down to "You'll have a glass of wine, then," for the tall Umber and it will out A half-hou- r the landing again. who's urged Betty hospitably. For the moelapsed and a man issued from the be Just Judge Slocum Price ment she had lost sight of what was scattering growth of bushes that done the trick no ono else!" one to clearly the judge's besetting sin. "Are you looking for some screened the shore. The newcomer Tho Judge paused abruptly. He entake a pot shot at you?" inquired Macrossed tho clearing and entered the haffy, sourly. dured a moment of agonizing Irresocabin. He was a young fellow of "Your remark uncovers my fondest lution. twenty-fou- r or five, whose bronzed "On the advice of my physician 1 hope, Solomon I'd give five years of face wore a reckless expression. my life Just to be shot at that would dare not touch wine gout ma'am, "Well, captain, what's doing?" he round out 'the episode of the letter and liver but this restriction does asked. nicely"; again the Judge beamed on not apply to corn whisky in modera"If anything's to be done, now is Mahaffy with that wide and sunny tion, and as a tonic either berore the time, Hues. What have you to smile of his. meals, Immediately after meals or at report?" "Why don't yoa let the boy go any time between meals always of each "Well, I've seen the council Price?" suggested Mahaffy. He keeping in mind tho Idea of Its tonic Clan division. They are ripe to start alone. e properties " The Judge seemed to lacked that sense of sublime this thing off." In the judge's tact and discre- mellow and ripen. This was much Murrell gave him a moment of tion, on of which tie Judge, himself, en- better than having the dogs sicked bemoody regard. you! His manner toward Betty tertained never a doubt young "Twice already I've named the day "I shall not obtrude myself, Solo- came almost fatherly. Poor and hour, but now I'm going to put mon; shall merely walk gut to Belle thing, so lonely and desolate in the It through!" He set his teeth and Plain Iand leave a civil message. 1 midst of all this splendor he surrepthrust out "his jaw. what's due Miss Malroy In her titiously wiped away a tear, and when "Captain,, you're the greatest fellow know bereaved state she has sustained no little Steve presented himaeir aad In America! Inside of a week men ordinary loss, and In no ordinary was told to bring wnlsky, audibly who have noyer been within Jive hun- fashion. She has been the center of smacked his lips a whole lot better, dred miles of you will be asking of a striking and profoundly moving surely! each other who John Murrell la!" "I am sorry yoa think yea must tragedy I I would give a good deal to Murrell had expected to part with know if my late client left a will" hurry away, Judge Prtee," said Betty. Hues thea and there aad for all time, "You might ask her," said MabaSy She still retained the sasaU browm but Hues possessed qualities which cynically. "Nothing like going to hand Hannlb! had thrust Sato hers. might stilt be of Me. "The eastern sail gets 1b today, headquarter for the sews!" "Hues, you must urt back aeroes gire me credit ma'am, and I hare reason to tatak "Solomon, 8otaMa, Tennessee. Mas tt Sunday at mid for eemmoa sense go further, aid my share of It will be especially niirht that's three days off." Uncon- - give me credit for common decency! .heavy, for It brings, the bulk of my IB ten eciously his vpioe sank to a whisper. Don't let us forget that ever since "we professional eorceapoBdeoce. "Sunday af-- midnight" repeated came here sho has manifested yecrs the Judge had received Just Three-quarterconn-denc- charmingly hospitable spirit where we are concerned!" "Wouldn't charity hit nearer the mark, Price?" "I have never so regarded it, Solomon," said the judge mildly. "I have read a different meaning in the beef and flour and potatoes she's sent here. I expect if the truth could be known to us she is wondering in the midst of her grief why I haven't called, but she'll appreciate the considerate delicacy of a gentleman. I wish it were possible to get cut flowers in this cussed wilderness!" The Judge had been occupied with a simple but Ingenious toilet He had trimmed the frayed skirts of his coat; then, by turning his cuffs inside out and upside down a fresh surface made its first public appearance. Next his shoes had engaged his attention. They might have well discouraged a les3 resolute and resourceful character, but with the contents of his he artfully colored his white yarn socks where they showed through the rifts In the leather. This the judge did gaily, now humming a snatch of song, now listening civilly to Mahaffy, now replying with undisturbed cheerfulness. Last of all he clapped his dingy beaver on his head, giving It an Indescribably Jaunty slant, and stepped to the door. "Well, wish me luck, Solomon, I'm off come, Hannibal!" he said. At heart he cherished small hope of seeing Betty, advantageous as he felt an interview might prove. However, on reaching B'elle Plain, he and Hannibal were shown into the cool parlor by little Steve. It was more years than the judge cared to remember since he had put his foot inside such a house, but with true grandeur of soul he rose to the occasion; a sublimated dignity shone from every battered feature, while he fixed little Steve with so fierce a glance that the grin froze on his lips "You are to say that Judge Slocum j Price presents his compliments and condolences to Miss Malroy have you got that straight you pinch of soot?" he concluded affably. Little Steve, impressed alike by the Judge's air of condescension and his easy flow of words, signified that he had. "You may also say that Judge Price's ward, young Master Hazard, presents his compliments and condolences " What more the judge might have said was Interrupted by the entrance of Betty, herself. "My dear young lady the Judge bowed, then he advanced toward her with the solemnity or carriage and countenance he deemed suitable to the occasion, and her extended hand was engulfed between his two plump palms. He roiled his eyes heavenward. "It's the Lord's to deal with us as his own inscrutable wisdom dictates," he murmured with pious resignation. "We are all poorer, ma'am, that he has died just as we were richer while he lived!" The rich cadence of the judge's speech fell sonorously on the silence, and that look of horror which had never quite left Betty's eyes since they saw Charley Norton fall, rose out of their clear depths again. The judge, instantly stricken with a sense of the inadequacy of bis words, doubled on his spiritual tracks. "In a roundabout way, ma'am, we're bound to believe in the omnipresence of Providence we must think it though a body might be disposed to hold that west Tennessee had got out of the line of divine supervision recently. Let me lead you to a chair, ma'am!" Hannibal had slipped to Betty's side and placed his hand in hers. The Judge regarded the' pair with great benevolence of expression. "He would come, and I hadn't the heart to forbid it. If I can be of any service to you, ma'am either in tho ink-we- ll one communication "by mall a "bill which had followed him through four states and seven counties. "I expect my secretary " boldly fixing Solomon Mahaffy's status, "Is already dipping Into it; an excellent assistant, ma'am, but literary rather than legal." Little Steve reappeared bearing a silver tray on whlcx was a decanter and glass. "Since you insist, ma'am," the Judge poured himself a drink, "my best respects " he bowed profoundly. "If you are quite willing. Judge, I think I will keep Hannibal. Miss Bowen, who has been here since " her voice broke suddenly. "I understand, ma'am." said the judge soothingly. He gave her a glance of great concern and turned to Hannibal. "Dear lad, you'll be very quiet and obedient, and do exactly as Miss Malroy says? When shall 1 come for him, ma'am?" "I'll send him to you when he is ready to go home. I am thinking of visiting my friends in North Carolina, and I should like to have him spend as much time as possible with me before I start for the east" It had occurred to Betty that she had done little or nothing for the child; probably this would be her last opportunity. The state of the judge's feelings was such that with elaborate absence of mind he poured himself a second drink of whisky; and that there should be no doubt the act was one of inadvertence, said again, "My best respects, ma'am," and bowed as before. Putting down the glass, he backed toward the door. "I trust you will not hesitate to call upon me If I can be of any use to you, ma'am a message will bring me hero without a moment's delay." He was rather disappointed that no allusion had been made to his recent activities. He reasoned correctly that Betty was as yet in Ignorance of the somewhat dangerous eminence he had achieved as the champion of law and order. However, he reflected with satisfaction that Hannibal, in remaining, would admirably serve his ends. Betty insisted that he should be driven home, and after faintly protesting, the Judge gracefully yielded tne point, and a few moments later rolled away from Belle Plain behind a pair of sleek-coate- d bays, with a negro In livery on the box. He was conscious of a great sense of exaltation. He felt that he should paralyze Mahaffy. He even temporarily forgot the blow his hopes bad sustained when Betty spoke of returning to North Carolina. This was life broad acres and nig gers principally to trot after you; toting liquor and such liquor! he lolled back luxuriantly with hair closed eyes. "Twenty years in the wood if an hour!" he muttered. "I'd like to have Just such a taste in my mouth wnen I come to die and probably she has barrels of it!" he sighed deeply, and searched his soul for words with which adequately to describe that whisky to Mahaffy. But why not do more than paralyze Solomon that would be pleasant but not especially profitable. The judge came back quickly to the vexed problem of his future. He desired to make some striking display of Miss Malroy's courtesy. He knew that his credit was experiencing the pangs of an early mortality; he was not sensitive, yet for some days he had been sensible of the fact that what he called the commercial class was viewing him with open disfavor; but he must hang on In Raleigh a little longer for him It had become the abode of hope. The Judge considered the matter. At least he could let people see something of that decent respect with which Miss Malroy treated him. They were entering Raleigh now, and he ordered the coachman to pull hl3 horses down to a walk. He had decided to make use of the Belle Plain turnout in creating an atmosphere of confidence and trust especially trust To this end he spent the best part of an hour Interviewing his creditors. It amounted almost to g a of the adult male population, for he had no favorites. When he Invaded virgin territory he believed In starting the largest possible number of accounts without delay. The advantage of his system, as he explained Its workings to Mahaffy, was that it bred a noble spirit of emulation. He let It be known In a general way that things were looking up with him; Just In what quarter he did not specify, but there he was, seated In the Belle Plain carriage, and the inference was unavoidable that MIS3 Malroy was to recognize his activities in a substantial manner. Mahaffy, loafing away the afternoon In the county clerk's office, heard cf the judge's return. He heard that Charley Norton bad left a will; that Thicket Point went to Miss Malroy; that the Norton cousln3 In middle Tennessee were going to put up a fight; that Judge Price had been retained as counsel by Miss Malroy; that he was authorized to begin an independent search for Charley Norton's murderer, and was to spare no expense; that Judge Price was going to pay his debts. Mahaffy grinned at this and hurried home. Ho could believe all but the last; that was the crowning touch of unreality. The judge explained the situation. "I wouldn't withhold hope from any man, Solomon; It's the cheapest thing In the world and the one thing we are most miserly about extending to mass-meetin- FEEDING For Production of Eggs This is one very essential point which you should never at any time overlook. Ileus cannot Jay unless they are supplied with the material from which;Kgjrs are made. 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The Double Asbe9los Lined Walls insure a. pereefc Continued oa Xext Page. and secure the greater value from the fceafc cobshmd!. body v'l ' JP'I net be At this season yeu without a package of Tfce Peefte's Stoefe Remedy; ISe mi 4ta Owe thmi old sore. ert or woend by applying The People's Antiseptic Heal ing Powders. Hold by Htebmood Drug 30-Company RICHMOND HEATING AND PLUMBING COMPANY. "I ain't got no clothes that's attea inquired Betty. "'Deed I would! Does she leak to wear, nor no pennies to give, hut (Continued from Page 1) the Judge, he 'lows that as soon as he any. Miss Betty?" "1 don't know about that. Do can make a raise I got to go, and he's these matters until tie told ner ot learning me my letters but we ain't boats usually leak, Hannibal?" them. "Why, you ain't ever been out rowa book. Miss Betty, I reckon lt'd -Why, where would Judge Price stump you some to guess how he's ing her. Miss Betty, have you? and get so much money, Hannibal?" she fixed there ain't no better fun than rowing it for me to learn?" asked, greatly astonished. a boat!" They had started down the "He's drawn the letters for you. Is He won't hare to get it. Miss Betway?" In spite of herself, path. ty; Mr. Mahafiy Bays he don't reckon that the experiencing a certain re"I used to think that, too, HanniBetty was no one Trill ever tell who wrote the vulsion of feeling where the Judge and bal; how do you suppose it is that letter he 'lows the man who done Mahaffy were concerned. They were when people grow up they forget all that will keep pretty mum he Just doubtless bad enough, but they could about the really nice things they dassent tell!" the boy explained. might do?" have been worse. "No, I Buppose not" and Betty "What use Is she If you don't go "No, ma'am; he done eoaked the saw that perhaps, after all, the Judge rowing In her?" persisted HannlbaJ. one ot Mr. Pegloe's whisky Mr. Tom uses had not assumed any very great finan- label off bottles end pasted It on the wall Just it "Oh, but It is used.other side where cial responsibility. In crossing to as high as my chin, bo's I can see it they are clearing the for cotton. It land "He can't be a coward, though, Han- good, and he's learning me nibal!" she added, tor she under Maybe you've seen the kind or saves him a long walk or ride about stood that the risk of personal vio bottle I mean Pegloe's Mississippi the head of the bayou." lence which he ran was genuine. Ehe "Like I should take you out In her. Pilot; Pure Corn Whisky?" But Han- Miss Betty?" demanded Hannibal with had formed her own unsympathetic He was bright little face fell. estimate of him that day at Boggs nibal's to see that the educational sys- palpitating anxiety. quick Mahaffy In his blackest tem devised by the Judge did not imThey had entered the scattering hour could hare added nothing to 1L press Betty at all favorably. She drew timber when Betty paused suddenly Twice since then she had met him In with a startled exclamation, and Hanarms. Raleigh, which had only served to fix him into her fingers close convul"You shall have my books the nibal felt her she bad about that first impression. books I learned to read out of when I sively might his. The sound have been only the rust"Miss Betty, he's Just like my Uncle was a little girl, Hannibal!" heard among branches Bob was he ain't afraid of nothing! like learning from the label pret- ling of the wind shadowythe silence, but He totes them pistols of his loaded ty "I overhead in that well," said Hannibal loyally. placid nerves of If you notice good you can see "But you'll like the books better, Betty's nerves, the where they bulge out his coat!" Han dear, when you see them. I know Just youth and perfect health, were shatnlbal's eyes, very round and big. where they are, ror I happened on tered. looked up Into hers. "Didn't you hear something, Hanon a shelf in the library only "Is he as poor as he seems, Han them nibal?" she whispered fearfully. the other day." nibal?" Inquired Betty. For answer Hannibal pointed mysAfter they had found and examined teriously, and glancing In the direc"He never has no money. Miss Bet grading-lty, but I don't reckon he's what a the books and Hannibal had possess tion he indicated, Betty saw a woman admitted that they might body would call pore." advancing along the path toward over points It might have baffled a far more certainhe and of advantage out forthe them. The look of alarm slowly died a Bety went label, out of his eyes. mature intelligence than Hannibal's walk. It was now late afternoon and to comprehend those peculiar process"I think It's the overseer's niece," the es by which the Judge sustained him- ot sun was sinking behind the wall she told Hannibal, and they kept on the forest that rose along the Ar- toward the boat. self and his Intimate fellowship with coast. Their steps had led adversity that it was his magnifi- kansas to The girl came rapidly up the path, them the terrace where they which closely followed the irregular cence of mind which made the squalor of his dally life seem merely stood looking off Into the west. It line of the shore in its windings. good-bwas here she was seen to stop and glance a passing phase but the boy had to Bruce that Betty had said Carrington it might have Once over managed to point a delicate distincher shoulder, her attitude ago, and it was only back tion, and Betty grasped something of been months thought Intent and listening, then she hurried Charley-Char- ley, the hope and faith which never quite days. She his youth of hope and forward again. Just at the boat the and with met. died out In Slocum Price's indomitahigh courage unwittingly enough she three "Good evening!" said Betty pleasble breast. on to his death! A sob antly. "But you always have enough to had led him rose in her throat. cot, dear?" she questioned anxiously. The girl made no reply to this; she Hannibal looked up into her face merely regarded Betty with a fixed Hannibal promptly reassured her on memory of his own loss war stare. At length she broke the sithis point. "You wouldn't let me The absent from hit lence abruptly. think anything that was not true, Han- never very long Betty had been the mind, and Miss nibal you are quite sure you have "I got something I want to say tc victim of a similarly sinister tragedy you you know who I am, I reckon?" wvor been hungry?" days ol She was a girl of about Betty's own He recalled those first awful "Never, Miss Betty; honest!" Betty gave a sigh of relief. She loneliness through which he had lived, age, with a certain dark, sullen beauty and that physical attraction which had been reproaching herself for her when there was no Uncle Bob smiling and infinitely comneglect of the child; she had meant to do so much for him and had done panionable. "Why, Hannibal, you are crying nothing! Now it was too late for her personally to Interest herself In his what about, dear?' asked Betty sud behalf, yet before she left for the east denly. "No, ma'am; I ain't crying," sale she would provide for him. If she Hannibal stoutly, but his wet lashe: had felt It was possible to trust the Judge she would have made him her gave the lie to his words. "Are you homesick do you wish tc agent, but even In his best aspect he go back to the Judge and Mr. Ma seamed a dubious dependence. Tom, The Prodical Judge house?" "I didn't want to he aeon there." "And yet you knew I was aloaa." "Alone but how do you know who's watching the placer "Do you think there was reason to be afraid ot that?" asked Betty. Again the girl stamped her foot the riveTr A moment later Betty heard the carriage drive away. They went onward In silence for a lltue time, then Slosson spoke over hla shoulder. "Yes. ma'am, I've rizr ten children, but none of 'em was like him 1 trained 'em up to tho minute!" Mr. Slosson seemed to have passed com pletely under the spell of his domes tic recollections, for he conunuea with Just a touch of reminiscent sadness In his tone. "There was ail told four Mrs. Slossons: two of 'em was South Carolinians, one was from Georgia, and the last was a widow lady out of east Tennessee. She'd buried three husbands, and I figured wo could start perfectly even." Tho in trinsic fairness of this Start made its Local and Lon Distance strong appeal. Mr. Slosson dwelt up Telephone 83 "She had on It with satisfaction. three to her credit, I had three to mine; neither could crow none over the other." As they stumbled forward through the thick obscurity he continued his Remember, The Climax Offlce personal revelaUons, the present enprints all kinds of loose leaf work for terprise having roused whatever there was of sentiment slumbering in his the now ledgers and files. Try us with tf soul. At last they came out on a an order. wide bayou; a white mist hung above it. and on the low shore leaf and branch were dripping with the night dews. Keeping close to the water's edge Slosson led the way to a point where a skiff was drawn up on the bank. "Step in, ma'am," he said, when he had "launched it. "I will go no farther!" said Betty She felt an overin desperation. mastering fear, the full horror of the Tho chances are unknown lay hold of her, and she gave The farmer brought him here. a piercing cry for help. Slosson swung And thoso other little pij;s about on his heel and seized her. For That stayed at home a moment she struggled to escape, No doubt will bo brought here, too. but the man's big hand pinioned her. "No more of that!" he warned, then We are headquarters for he recovered himself and laughed. "You could yell till you was black in the face, ma'am, and there'd be no one to hear you." "Where are you taking me?" and Betty's voice faltered between the Quality Groceries Await You sudden sobs that choked her. Here "Just across to George HIcks'B." "For what purpose?" "You'll know in plenty of time." And Slosson leered at her through the darkness. "Hannibal is to go with me?" asked Betty tremulously. "Sure!" agreed Slosson affably. "Your nigger, too quite a party." Betty stepped into the skiff. She felt her hopes quicken she was thinking of Bess; whatever the girl's motives, she had wished her to escape. Telephone 39 5econd-s- t She would wish it now more than ever since the very thing she had striven to prevent had happened. Slosson seated himself and took up j the oars, Bunker followed with Hannibal and they pushed off. No word was spoken until they disembarked on the opposite shore, when Slosson addressed Bunker. "I reckon I can manage that young you go back after Sherrod and the nigger," he said. He conducted his captives up the bank and they entered a clearing. Looking across this Betty saw where a cabin window framed a single square of light. They advanced to ward this and presently the dark out line of the cabinet itself became dls tingulshable. A moment later Slos son paused, a door yielded to his hand, and Betty and the boy were thrust into the room where Murrell had held his conference with Fontress and Ware. The two women were now its only occupants, and the mother, gross and shapeless, turned an expressionless face on the Intruders; Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb In Defense of His Country and home Georgo Washington won fame and honor, as well as by his tru h in the "cherry tree" incident. Our fame has been wen by honor aim truth also in our dealings with those, who have profited by pur unbiased advice in the purohase of farms, homes and buftdtag lets hi Madisri county. Celebrate Washington's Birthday by visttieg sone of the pro- with angry impatience. "You're Just wastin time Just fool-I- n it away and you ain't got none to that-a-wa- "You must tell me what I have to fear I must know more or I shall stay Just where I am!" "Well, then, stay!" The girl turned away, and then as quickly turned back and faced Betty once more. "1 reckon he'd kill me if he knew 1 reckon I've earned that already " "Of whom are you speaking?" "He'll have you away from here to- spare!" ) are the perty we have on sale Two Great Creators of Energy-Energy Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. means power to work, to think, power to throw off and keep off disease. GSSng Richmond, Ky race-trac- k; y y , just baHy?" "No, ma'am " "Thinking about what, dear?" "About my Uncle Bob." The small face was very wistful. "Oh and you still miss him sc much, Hannibal?" "I bet I do I reckon anybody who knew Uncle Bob would never get over missing him; they just couldn't, Miss Betty! The judge Is mighty kind, and so is Mr. Mahaffy they're awful kind. Miss Betty, and It seems like they get kinder all the time but with Uncle Bob, when he liked you, he just laid himself out to let you know it!" "That does make a great difference, doesn't it?" agreed Betty sadly, and two piteous tearful eyes were bent upon him. "Don't you reckon If Uncle Bob Is alive, like the Judge says, and he's ever going to find me, he had ought to be here by now?" continued Hannibal anxiously. "But it hasn't been such a great Why, Mitt Betty, while, Hannibal; it's only that so "Yes, Ma'am They're Lovely Menl" much has happened to you. If he was very badly hurt It may have been for quite different reasons, was equalweeks before he could travel; and ly out of the question. She thought then when he could, perhaps he went of Mr. Mahaffy. back to that tavern to try to learn "What kiad of a man is Mr. Mawhat had become of you. But we haffy, HaBBibal?" may be quite certain he will never "He's an awful nice man, Ml&s Betty, only he never lets on; a body's abandon his search until he has made every possible effort to find you, got to Sad it for his own self dear! That means he will sooner or he ain't like the Judge." later come to west Tennessee, for "Does he drink, too, Hannibal?" there will always be the hope that questioned Betty. you have found your way here." "Oh, yes; when he can get the "Sometimes I get mighty tired waitMcker, he does." It was evident that Hannibal was cheerfully tolerant of ing. Miss Betty," confessed the boy. this weakness on the part of the "Seems Uko I just couldn't wait no austere Mahaffy. By this time Betty longer" He sighed gently, and then was ready to weep over the child., his face cleared. "You reckon he'll with his knowledge of shabby vice, come most any time, don't you, Miss and his fresh young faith in those old Betty?" "Yes, Hannibal; any day or hour!" tatterdemaHoBS. "Whoop!" muttered Hannibal soft"But, no Bwtler what they do, they are very, very kind to you?" she con- ly under his breath. Presently he tinued tremulously. asked: "Where does that branch take "Yes, ma'am why. Miss Betty, you to?" He nodded toward the they're lovely men!" bayou at the foot of the terraced bluff. "And do you ever hear the things "It empties into the river," anspokes of you learned about at Mrs. swered Betty. Hannibal saw a small skiff beached Ferris' Sunday-school?- " "When the judge Is drunk he talks among the cottonwoods that grew a heap about 'em. It's beautiful to along the water's edge and hlsveyes hear him then; you'd love It, Miss lighted up Instantly. He had a juvenile Betty." and Hannibal smiled up sweetpassion for boats. ly into her face. "Why, you got a boat, ain't you, "Does he have you go to Sunday-schoMiss Betty?" This was a charming in Raleigh?" and an Important discovery. The boy shook his head. "Would you like to go down to It?" thinking" It ain't that I wat '' '''''' "You Needn't Be Afraid, I Got thing Important to Say." Some- ot Tom, in spite ot his vexed mood, had taken note of earlier In the day. "You are Bess Hicks," said Betty. "Make the boy go back toward the house a spell I got something I want to say to you." Betty hesitated. She was offended by the girl's manner, which was as rude as her speech. "1 ain't going to hurt you you needn't be afraid of me. I got something important to say send him off, I tell you; there ain't no time to lose!" The girl stamped her foot Impatiently. Betty made a sign to Hannibal and be passed slowly back along the path. He went unwillingly, and he kept his head turned that he might see what was done, even if he were not to hear what was said. 'That will do, Hannibal wait there don't go any farther!" Betty called after him when he had reached a point sufficiently distant to be out or hearing of a conversation carried on in an ordinary tone. "Now, what is it? Speak quickly if you have any- . . . and . . . who "He? what if I refuse to go?" "Did they ask Charley Norton whether he wanted to live or die?" came the sinister question. A shiver passed through Betty. She was seeing it all again Charley as he groped among the graves with the hand of death heavy upon him. A moment later she was alone. The girl had disappeared. There were only the shifting shadows as the wind tossed the branches of the trees, and the bands of golden light that slanted along the empty path. The fear of the unknown leaped up afresh in Betty's soul; In an instant flying feet had borne her to the boy's Bide. "Come come quick, Hannibal!" she gasped out, and seized his hand. "What Is it, Miss Betty? What's the matter?" asked Hannibal as they fled panting up the terraces. "I don't know only we must get away from here just as soon as we can!" Then, seeing the look of alarm on the child's face, she added more quietly, "Don't be frightened, dear, only we must go away from Belle Plain at once." But where they were to go, she had not considered. Reaching the bouse, they stole to purse Betty's room. Her well-tillewas the important thing; that, together with some necessary clothing, went into a small hand-bag- . "You must carry this, Hannibal; if any one sees us leave the house they'll think It something you are taking away," she explained. Hannibal nodded understanding. "Don't you trust your niggers, Miss Betty?" he whispered as they went from the room. "I only trust you, dear!" "What makes you go? Was it something that woman told you? Are they coming after us. Miss Betty? Is it Captain Murrell?" "Captain Murrell?" There was less of mystery now, but more of terror, and her hand stole up to her heart, and, white and slim, rested against the black fabric of her dress. "Don't you be scared, Miss Betty!" said Hannibal. They went silently from the house and again crossed the lawn to the terrace. Under the leafy arch which canopied them there was already the deep purple of twilight "Do you reckon it were Captain Murrell shot Mr. Norton, Miss Betty?" asked Hannibal in a shuddering whisper. "Hush Oh, hush, Hannibal! It is too awful to even speak of " and, sobbing and half hysterical, she covered her face with her hands. "But where are we going, Miss Betty?" asked the boy. "I don't know, dear!" She had an agonizing sense of the night's approach and of her own utter helplessness. "I'll tell you what. Miss Betty, let's go to the judge and Mr. Mahaffy!" said Hannibal. "Judge Price?" She had not thought of him as a possible protector. "Why, Miss Betty, ain't I told you he ain't afraid of nothing? We could walk to Raleigh easy it you don't want your niggers to hook up a team for you." Betty suddenly remembered the car. riage which had taken the judge into town; she was sure it had not yet returned. "We will go to the Judge, Hannibal! George, who drove him into Kaleigh, has not come back; if we hurry we may meet him on the road." Screened by the thick shadows, they passed up tho path that edged the bayou; at the head of the inlet they entered a clearing, and crossing d night!" Get all the sunshine you can, and take Scott's Emulsion regularly. It will give you strength, flesh, and vitality. Building Time Will Be Mare to get SCOTT'S it's the Standard and always the bett. AU, DRUGGISTS 11-- Richmond's Quality Meat Market soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me before letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. All All work guaranteed. orders left at this office will reach me disgorged the Belle Plain team and carriage. "George!"- - cried Betty, a world of relief in her tones. "Whoa, you!" and George reined in his horses with a Jerk. "Who's dar?" he asked, bending forward on the box as he sought to pierce the darkness with his glance. "Oh. it you, Missy?" "Yes, I wish you to drive me into Raleigh," said Betty, and she and Han nibal entered the carriage. ready fo' "All right, Missy. Yo'-ame to go along out o' here?" "Yes drive fast, George!" urged Betty. "It's right dark fo fas' driving', Missy, with the road Jes' almln' fo' to bus' yo' springs with chuckholes!" He had turned his horses' heads in the direction of Raleigh while he was speaking. "It's scandalous black In these heah woods, Missy I 'clar 1 never seen it no blacker!" The carriage swung forward for per haps a hundred years, then suddenly the horses came to a dead stop. "Go along on, dar!" cried George, and struck them with his whip, but the horses only reared and plunged. "Hold on, nigger!" said a rough voice out of the darkness. "What yo' doln'?" the coachman gasped. "Don' yo' know dls de Belle Plain carriage? Take yo' ban's oflen dem hosse3' bits!" Two men stepped to tho side of tho carriage. "Show your light. Bunker," said the same rough voice that had spoken be fore. Instantly a hooded lantern was uncovered, and Hannibal uttered a cry of terror. He was looking Into the face of Slosson, the tavern-keepell r. "George" GhoicePork T. O. :::::: Jeff Stone W. L.and Decorator LEEDS Painter Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OP Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Richmond, kv it j Henry Basch Company's Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York : Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished 5atisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS MB r; CHAPTER XIX. In the face of Betty's Indignant pro test Slosson and the man named Bunker climbed into the carriage. "Don't you be scared, ma'am," said tho tavern-keepewho smelt strongly of whisky. "I wouldn't lift my hand ag'ln no female except in kindness." "How dare you stop my carriage?" cried Betty, with a very genuine an ger which for the moment dominated all her other emotions. She struggled to her feet, but Slosson put out a heavy hand and thrust her back. "There now," he urged soothingly. "Why make a fuss? We ain't going to harm you; we wouldn't for no sum of money. Drive on, Jim drive like hell!" This last was addressed to the man who had taken George's place on the box, where a fourth member ot Slosson's band had forced the coachman down Into the narrow space between the seat and dashboard, and was holding a pistol to his head while he sternly enjoined silence. With a word to tho horses Jim swung about and the carriage rolled off through the night at a breakneck pace. Betty's shaking hands drow Hannibal closer to her side as she felt the surge ot her terrors rise with in her. Who were these men where could they be taking her and for what purpose? The events ot tho past week linked themselves in tragic sequence in her mind. What was It she had to fear? Was it Tom for whom these men were acting? Tom who would profit greatly by her dis appearance or death! They swept past the entrance at Belle Plain, past a break in the wall of the forest where the pale light of stars showed Betty the cornfield she and Hannibal had but lately crossed, and then on into pitchy darkness again. She clung to the desperate hope that they might meet some one on the road, when she could cry out and give the alarm. She held herself In readiness for this, but there was only the steady pounding of the big bays as Jim with voice and whip urged them forward. At last he abruptly checked them, and Bunker and Slosson sprang from their seats. "Get down, ma'am!" said the latr, good-lookin- g Prisoners. You Don't Have To but the daughter shrank into the shadow, her burning glance fixed on still fierce and repellant, and she gave Betty a certain jealous regard out of her black eyes which the latter was at a loss to explain. "Where's Mr. Tom?" she demanded. Tom? Why, about the place, I suppose In his office, perhaps." So It had to do with Tom. . . . Betty felt sudden disgust with the situation. "No, he alnt about the place, elth thing to tell me!" "I got a heap to say," answered the girl with a( scowl. Her manner was ol er! He done struck out for Memphis , two hours after and what's more, he ain't coming back here tonight " There was a moment of sisun-up- Betty. "Here's yo' guests, old lady!" said Mr. Slosson. Mrs. Hicks rose from tho three-legge- d stool on which she was sitting. "Hand mo the candle, Bess," she ordered. At ono side of the room was a steep flight of stairs which gave access to the loft overhead. Mrs. Hicks, by a gesture, signified that Betty and Han nibal were to ascend these stairs; they did so and found themselves on a narrow landing Inclosed by ? par tition of rough planks; this partition was pierced by a low door. Mrs, Hicks, who had followed close at their heels, handed the candlo to Betty. "In yonder!" she said briefly, nodding toward the door. "Walt!" cried Betty in a whisper. "No," said the woman with an almost masculine surliness of tone. "1 got nothing to say." She pushed them into the attic, and, closing tho door, fastened it with a stout wooden bar. Beyond that door, which seemed to have closed on every hope, Betty held the tallow dip aloft, and by its uncer tain and flickering lignt surveyed her prison. The briefest glance sufficed: The room contained two shake-dowbeds and a stool; there was a window in the gable, but a piece of heavy plank was spiked before it "Miss Betty, don't you be scared,' whispered Hannibal. "When the judge hears we're gone, him and Mr. Ma n "Here's Yo' Guests, Old VYomanl" I I H H Both are eliminated by the Remington Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (Wahl Adding Mechanism) The midline which redacts every operSo afwrkifig andadojUting to a meduuMcal I I H Hj jK lence. The girl looked about apprehensively. She continued, fixing her black eyes on Betty: "You're here alone at Belle Plain you know what happened when Mr. Tom started for Memphis last time I reckon you-al- l ain't forgot that!" Betty felt a pallor steal over her face. She rested a hand that shook on the trunk of a tree to steady herself. The girl laughed shortly. "Don't be so scared; I reckon Belle Plain's as good as his If anything happened to you?" By a great effort Betty gained a measure of control over herself. She took a step nearer and looked the girl steadily in the face. "Perhaps you will stop this sort of talk, and tell me what Is going to happen to me If you know?" she said quietly. "Why do you reckon Mr. Norton was shot? I can tell you why it was all along of you that was why!" The girl's furtive glance, which searched and watched the gathering shadows, came back as it always did to Betty's pale face. "You ain't no safer than he was, I tell you!" and she sucked In her breath sharply between her full red Hps. "What do you mean?" faltered Betty. "Do you reckon you're safe here In the big house alone? Why do you reckon Mr. Tom cleared out for Memphis? It was because he couldn't be around and have anything happen to you that was why!" and the girl sank her voice to a whisper. "You tjuit Belle Plain now tonight Just as soon as you can!" "This is absurd you are trying to He Was Looking Into the Face of Slosson, the Tavern-keeper. frighten me!" "Did they stop with trying to frighten Charley Norton?' demand-eBess, with kaVEh Whatever spired this nothinc to instoteace. WRITING! VISIBLE I I I ADDI VISIBLE B WcJ -- J - Scwtfi Fourth Avow. TxntsviUe, Ky W - N g - - - v JL warning, they plainly had do with either liking or symjpathy. Hr demiMtlBg waettoa MBMd to he a sullen sort of re&eet-Bwhich lit up ? glance with a dull fire; yet her fWmyt wr so clMrly and ao knly jwwnal. that Btty undMood Um bmUv ttat bad Drought thsct. Tb explanation, ah tooad, latt fear wondering Just own fate was whn and tear Hakai with that of this poor white. "Ton have boon waiting mm ttao to so aakod. "Brer stoet aJoeg about noon." nearer and nearer, aag the darkness "Ton wtro afraM to come to too the nreaptiags that in- hr hr MrlU road. Following one of tho shock rows they hurried to the mouth or the lane. "Hannibal, I don't want to tell the Judge why I am leaving Belle Plain about the woman, I mean," eald Betty. "You reckon they'd kill her, don't you. Miss Betty, If they knew what she'd done?" speculated the boy. It occurred to him that an adequate explanation of their flight would require preparation, since the judge was at all times singularly alive to the slightest discrepancy of statement. They had issued from the corn-fieland went along the road toward Raleigh. Suddenly Betty paused. "Hark!" she whispered. "It were nothing, Miss Betty," said Hannibal reassuringly, and they hurried forward again. In the utter stillness through which they moved Betty heard the beating of her own heart, and the soft and all but inaudible patter of the boy's bare feet on the warm dust of tho road. Vague forms that resolved themselves into trees and bushes seemed to creep toward them out of the night's black uncertainty. One more Betty paused. nt were nothing, Miss Betty," said Hannibal as beforehand he returned to his consideration of the judge. He sensed something ot that Intellectual Hlmbkaess which his patron's physical make-u- p In nowlee suggested, since his face was a mask that usually left one In doubt as to Just how much of what he heard succeeded la making its impression on him; but the hoy knew that Slocum Price's blind side was a shelterless exposure. "You don't think the- - carriage could have paeeed us while we were eroao-ln- c " tho Mid Betty. "No, I reckon we oonMnt hearing if" answered Hannibal. He had caroiy apofcon whoa they caught the rattle of wheel nail the, boat of hoots. These eoaaaa swept d eon-fteM?- this they came to the which lay between the house and the highcorn-fiel- d haffy will try to find us. They'll go right off to Belle Plain the Judge Is always wanting to do that, only Mr. Mahaffy never lets him but now ho won't be able to stop him." "Oh, Hannibal, Hannibal, what can he do there what can any one do there?" And a dead pallor over spread the girls face. To speak of the blind groping of her friends but served to fix the horror or their situter. "Where are you taking me?" asked ation in her mind. "I doa't know, Miss Betty, but tho Betty, In a voice that shook in spite Judge Is always thinking ot things to of her efforts to control it. "You must hurry, ma'am," urged do; seems like they was mostly things no one else would ever think of." Slosson Impatiently. Betty had placed the candle on the "I won't move until I know where T you Intend taking me!" said Betty. stool and seated herself on one of tho beds. There was tho murmur of CHAPTER XX. "If I am to Mr. Slosson laughed loudly and In- voices in the room below; she wonMurrell Shows His Hand. dulgently. dered If her fate was under considera"You ain't. If you don't want to tion and what that fate was to be. At length points ot light began to walk, I'm man enough fo' to tote you. Hannibal, who had been examining show through chinks In the logs. HanWe ain't far to go, and I've tackled the window, returned to her side. nibal roused and sat up, rubbing his eyes with the backs or his hands. jobs I'd a heap less heart fo' in my time," he concluded gallantly. From Wasn't you able to sleep none?" he Inquired. Betty shook her head. He the opposite side of the carriage Bunker swore nervously. He desired looked at her with an expression or to know if they were to stand there troubled concern. "How soon do you .i talking all night. "Shut your filthy reckon the Judge will know" he mouth, Bunker, and see you keep tight asked. hold of that young said "Very soon now, dear." Hannibal Slosson. "He's a perfect eel I've was greatly consoled by this opinion. had dealings with him afore!" "Miss Betty, he will love to find "You tried to kill my Undo Bob us " at the tavern, you and Captain Mur"Hark! What was that?" ror Betty rell. I heard you, and I seen you drag had caught the distant splash ol oars. him to the river!" cried Hannibal. Hannibal round a chink In the iocs Slosson gave a start of astonishthrough which by dint of much squintment at this. ing he secured a partial view ot the "Why, ain't he hateful?" ' ho exoayou. young claimed aghast "See here, "They're fetching ud a keel boat to feller, that's no kind of a way fo' you tho shore, Miss Betty It's a whoop-er!- " to talk to a man who has rlz his Looking Through. he announced. Betty's heart ten children!" sanit; sue never doubted the purpose Again Bunker swore, while Jim told Our list of mints vnu hn nmnin for which that boat was brought into Sloeeen to make haste. This popular at the many varities for will special uses. the bayou, or that it nearly concerned clamor served to recall the tavern-keepherself. to a sense of duty. There Are Paints For Every Half an hour later Mrs. Hicks ap"Ma'am, like I should tote you, or peared with their breakfast. It was will you walk?" he inquired, and Purpose. reaeateg out hie hand took hold ot From tho usful water paints for collar in vain that Betty attempted to her in conversation. Either she Botty. walls, barns, etc., to tho.finestof varTU walk," ssM the girl quickly, nishes and polishes for the furnituro or cherished some personal reeling ot dislike for her prlaea-er- , or else the shrlakiag iron the cob tact. piano. Toll Us what you want to doand situation la wklefc she herself, was "Keep etoee si say heels. Bunker, wo'll supply tho paint product with placed had little to recommend K. you tuefc atone her with the which to do it ; even to her duU mind, and her tf hoy." action was expreeaed ta her "What about this lgr?" asked toward the girl. the fourth nun. Betty sensed the lone boors of bint atone; with us," saM nwrstac hi dreary specttlnttoa eo- Bloeeon. Thoy tamed from Umi Toad WH Paper and Paiais vraat vas happen- - at fiett white he was speaking had entered a narrow path that led off through jtae Phone ll 306 East Main woods, apparently la the direction of Continued on Nest Page RICHMOND, KY "Miss Betty, ir we could Just get out of this loft we could steal their skiff and row down to the river; 1 reckon they got just the one boat; the only way they could get to us would be to swim out, and if they done that we could pound 'em over the head with the oars the least lit tle thing sinks you when you're in the water." But this murderous fancy of his failed to interest Betty. Presently they heard Sherrod and Bunker come up from the shore with George. Slosson joined them and there was a brief discussion, then an interval of silence, and the sound ot voices again as the three white men moved back across the field in the direction of the bayou. There sue ceeded a period of utter stillness. both in the cabin and in the clearing, a somber hush that plunged Bet ty yet deeper in despair, wild thoughts assailed her, thoughts against which she struggled with all the strength of her will. In that hour of stress Hannibal was sustained by his faith in tho judge. He saw his patron's powerful and picturesque Intelligence applied to solving the mystery of their disap pearance from Belle Plain; it was in conceivable that this could prove otherwise than disastrous to Mr. Slosson, and he endeavored to share the confidence he was feeling with Betty, but there was something so forced and unnatural In the girl's voice and manner when she discussed hla con jectures that he quickly tell into an awed silence. At last, and it must have been some time after midnight, troubled slumbers claimed him. No moment of forgetfulness came to Bet ty. Sho waa waiting for what she did not know! The candle burnt low er and lower and finally went out and she was left in darkness, but again she was conscious of sounds from the room below. At first it was only a word or a sentence, then the guarded speech became a steady monotone that ran deep Into the night. Kven- tually this ceased and Betty fancied she heard sobs. Worry - about impure Seeds if you buy from D. B. 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Steve might rea- - said, speaking with visible effort. in Love Beauty, Loses greater memories of shame and defeat Then y suppose George had driven Everybody knows that HYOMEI a he has seen only once at a 1 Stayed In Memphis until five f and Marriage. o'clock this morning." lost battles few times a day through the little dlrtance than 82 feet If the person from the smoke of these t c Raleigh or to the Bowens emerged the lonely figure of the child hard rubber pocket inhaler will in a Is well known to one. one may recogrnrnn, your early hours!" roared Hair is certainly most aeeessary to she had kept the carriage. tzi , nize him at 300 feet and It It U a woman. WheontiNl leve and marry a as he had seen him that June night ner nope centerea on Judge Murrell. "What are you doing here? short time drive out catarrh. member of one's family, even at SOU would expect Hannibal dur--, I suppose you've been showing that weeaa? What eharms Many people regularly use the vapor feet Scientific American. perhaps l 'e morning; he would when the dead face ot yours about the neighcould one array to offset hhb a disfigtreatment at night in conjunction with borhoodwhy didn't you stay at Belle be temptyCj not arrive urement!. the inhaler, claiming that it hastens rePlain, since you couldn't keep away?" out to Belle Plain to dls-ved to Zemo Makes Astonishing A woman's goal is ttattaUy leve and sults. reason, of his T haven't been near Belle Plain; 1 '.l.e Into a Eczema Cures. marriage. Her twrais? glscy is her This is the vapor treatment: She wondered what theories came here Instead. How am I going hair. The lesa ef her hair mars her to meet people and answer quesfull of . boiling to his 3 bowl 1 offer themselves "WE PROVE IT" v Yet, teaspoonful of HY mind, for she sensed some-- r tions?" His teeth were chattering. water, pour a scant Every day ZEMO gives relief and beauty, happlaess and smw. energy "Is it known she's missing?" he of that indomitable OMEI, cover head and bowl with towe-an- d cbres men, women and ohitdrea in right here m Ittohmeed tilers are the- 1 in the faee of rebuffs and added. breathe for five minutes, the sooth every city and town in America wfcese saads ef wane who are aegieetiag: er r r carried him Into the thick of "Hicks raised the alarm the first ing, healing antiseptic HYOMEI vapor. skins are on fire with lerturto? EC- lajuriag their bur to suwk aa axMBt -j sensation. thing this morning, according to the itTry it when using HYOMEI for any ZEMA, rashes and other itahmg. horn- that it is baly a aaattar of liwa whes it fee utterly routed. r: n Mrs. Hicks, as sullen as In insirucuons rd given him." nose or throat trouble. ing scalp and crusted skin aad scalp will -- 1DS. brought them their dln-z- ixes7 gasped Ware. He was dripMany women dratnjr the beaaty of ilo HYOMEI Is guaranteed by B. L. Mid- - humors. SLe had scarcely quitted the loft ping from every pore and the sickly delton to put an end to catarrh or ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) their hair through ihsaglitliifiiaoin w a thrill whistle pierced the sl-- color came and went on his unshaven money back. A bottle of HYOMEI SOAP,, two refined preparats wlH igaaee of eartata facta. They dm hung above the clearing. cheeks. Murrell dropped a heavy "Try Squeezing It Price," Said Ma- o ut . ar to eacosts 50c. A complete outfit, which In- give you such quick relief that yeu will earltog mra ovorheate-dhaffy. ; --.js :wice repeated, and the two nana on nis shoulder. CHAPTER XXIII. ses, wMefc destroys Utm aaMtal oil of cludes inhaler, SI. go from the - a vwre beard to "You haven't been at Belle Plain, feel like a new person. Terhape half an hour elapsed, jou say, but has any one seen you on the wooden nutmeg, and an eight-daWe give you three reasoas why we the hair, oaastog H to split, tosak and The Judge Finds Allies. clock that has been known to run Chickens!! Chickens! pan their They were interrupted by the open a step became audible on the me roaa this morning?" recommend and endorse ZBMO aad setae out. They d aot ism in as much as four or five hours at a "No one. John," cried Ware, pantJ earth of the dooryard. Some ing of the door,..and big Steve admitWe have a few more Barred Plymouth ZEMO SOAP fer all skin aad sealp hair often wngi or too aftaa. Tbey I am aware the Yankees are use soaps or pvepafatioM wMe eoa-tated Carrlcgton and the two men of Rock Cockerels and Pullets for sale. eruptions. ci. red the room below and be- - jue uenveen eacn wora. There was a stretch. ingenious people; I wonder none -1 iscend the narrow Btalrs, and inomeLt'a pause and Ware spoke an em ever thought or a Jug with a twgrsdionto psaUivelj krtmM to whom the sheriff had spoken. Now is the timo to get your Pullets for of First They are clean, soleaUi prep s fingers closed convulsively again. "What are they doing at Belle glas3 bottom, so 'A shocking condition of affairs, spring eggs. Our Pullets bogin to lay arations that give universal satkfaetioa the hair aad seals. when a body Mr. Carrlngton!" said the Judge by t Hannibal's. This was neither nam 7' he demanded In a whisper. holds It up to the that he can seo at light at five months old. Wo have Thomp and are pleasant aad agreeable to use at As a result of sue tilmol, dan- way ot greeting. LUks nor her daughter, nor Murrell's lips curled. "Poor Little Lad!" He Muttered. AimK is erealed, the hair toasaas, )oao a glance whether It Is empty or not. son strain. all time?. 'Yes," said Carrlngton shortly. vith his clumsy shutHe. There "I understand there is tnift of j. oaaa-- m Do haWaiaiB Pcgioe has sulllclent A. D. AND C D. MlIAER, pause when the landing 'You left these parts some time ago, His ponderous arm stiffened where It Second They are not expericnets. solar, talk xl aed he said. 3 lilol confidence to fill the Jug 'again for eases, antes pwiar and pfoetpt Judge. rested on the desk, he straightened up but it was only momen- -' "Good!" cried Ware. I believe?" continued the but are proven cures fer every term ef t. j are taken in liia. Tfson aMa, "They are dragging the bayou down "The day before Norton was shot In his chair and his face assumed its a hand lifted the bar, the door Many sufferers from rheumatism skin or scalp affections whether ea In- miereees and certain itiiann m briaa; But Mahaffy's expression Indicated digI had started home for Kentucky. 1 customary expression of battered "trovrn open, and its space below the house. It looks as though no great confidence In Mr. Pegloe's surprised and delighted with fants or grown persons. heart heard of his death whan I reached nity, while a smile at once wistful and have been ibe figure of a man. It was you were going to reap the rewards confidence. Third They work on a new prMeipte. ahettt unhealthy sea p and hnlr eandtthe prompt relief afforded by applying "If you let whisky alone, I'll believe Randolph on the second bluff," ex tender hovered about his lips. - '.: .rrell. of the excellent management tiens. ; you Credit" began the Judge, "Is pro you; otherwise what I have said must plained Carrlngton, from whose cheeks "One other question," he said. "Un- Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case They do net glaze over the surface, hot given lmeet any wooraa amy rid herself of f - ' 'g there hod regarded Betty In have trying her estate. They have verbially shy; still it may sometimes stand. bloom had faded, til this man Murrell appeared you of rheumatism in ten requires any in they penetrate to the seat ef the dandruff attl diseased seatn and hnv if deep-seatebeen the weather-beateto find you In Memphis, be increased, like the muscles of the lire glowed lut a and the sheriff Ho rested his hand on the edge of had no trouble with Bladen? Hq was ternal treatment whatever. This lini trouble and draw the germ life freoi The door opened, s.Eken eyes. The sense of pos- - so the sooner you show yourself the body and the mental faculties, by Ju slouched Into the room. He was chew wse the right niiiy. We mO-lunderneath tho skin and destroy it. she will bwt to tho men who content that you should keep the ment is for sale by all dealers. n was raging through him, his better," he concluded significantly. z dicious use. I've always regarded ing a long wheat straw, and his whole the desk and turned have that reatody, and w will po -your right to Hannibal was In this way a complete cure is effected had followed him into the room. "This child ou are sure you have her safe. Pegloe's as a cheap mind. I hope 1 appearance was one cs ihrobbed, a fever stirred his core of troubled weak Is tho centleman you wish to see," he never challenged?" Automobiles Painted. in any case of SKIN OR fSCALP ERUP tiveiy guarantee that it will either : Love, such as It was, he un-- ; John; no chance of discovery? For have done him an Injustice." He put ness. will net dandruff and baldness or "Never, sir. All my troubles began said, and stepped to one of the winGod's sake get her away from here on his hat and tucking the Jug under c ''y felt for her, and even his . At my shop on Third St. I am pre TION. Morning," he said briefly. nvnrlnnlrprl ! Hmi-tho tfiiraefiS about that time." "Vjert, with all its monstrous as soon as you can; it's an awful risk his arm went from the house. Endorsed and sold in Richmood at eest ti.e user anything-1 "St down, sheriff," and the Judge I ner; he had sald g00d-b"Murrell belongs In these parts," pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Betty to That's a pretty brand stamnsnt. but ions, was tost sight of for tho you run!" Ten or fifteen minutes elapsed. Ma- - indicated a meek seat for the official Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles ot all Perry's drug store. said the judge. we win soak it and prove U with our awn She'll be sent down river tonight,' haffy considered this a cood slcn: it in a distant corner. "Have you learned scarcely a week before. She was the inspiration for . tj "I'd admire fo' to meet him," said kinds. I have a painter of lonjr ex The two men had paused by the . inoaey. We will return your mousy if S goal and reward for which1 said Murrell. Childish Beliefs. didn't take long to say no, he rellect- - anything?" he asked. perience and who understands his door. They now advanced. One was Yancy quietly. i Captain," began Slosson, who tioj edt- - Another ten or fifteen elapsed. ggled. Yes, children believe plenty of queer yeu do net Bad that Kuanll "93" Hnir The sheriff shook his head The judge grinned. l disfigured gaunt and haggard, his face business, Prices as low as consistent the single word foil softly' iu una uau laaen no part in tne con Mahaffy lost heart Then there came "What you turning all these neigh "I place my professional services at with first class work. Give me a trial things. I Buppose all ot you have Tonic is an entirely satisfactory rontedy was a "when are you going to a hasty step beyond the door. It was bors out ot doors for?" he questioned. by a great red scar; the other had the pocketbook fever when yov :hat will pmmeto hair growth and s Hps. He stepped into the versation, shock-headeIndividual who moved your disposal," he said. "Yours is a Horse shoeing. Blacksmithing and were little. What do I mean? Why cross to t'other side of the bayou?1 thrown violently open, and the Judge c ing the door as he did so. "We don't want people tracking in with a shambling gait Both carried clear case of felonious assault" : ovoreoeBe scalp and hair troubles; that -c repairing in all branches. Soon," ripping up old pocketbook3 Is the it wiM grown hair eveu on bald hands, is eyes were dilating with a- laughri. replied MurreU. Slosson precipitated hlmseir into tho room. A and out the house, sheriff. Important rifles and both were dressed in coarse "No, It ain't, sir I look at It 1m 12-glance showed Mahaffy that he was evidence may be destroyed. I prdpose firm belief that bank bills to an Jambs A. Moobes. rror, for by some swift, in-it's a clear case of my giving hair roots has been homespun. mense amount were bidden In them unless all life la the recess of the Bind, which I didn't know but you'd clean for laboring under intense excitement examining the slaves first does that Morning, sir," said the man with him the damndest sort of a body beat The People's Stock Remedy So. too, you must all remember some extinguished, the fnllici elated and "Solomon, I bring shocking news. meet with your approval?" logic of events, got the Clan's business. I want to j r aning of the the scar. "Yancy's my name, and ing!" splendid unfulfilled promise of some the scalp is glased and shiny. It gets God knows what the next rew hours only with conclusions, Mur-r-: ask another question but first I want t..-"Oh, I've talked with them; they this gentleman 'lows he'd rather be "Sir." said the Judge, "I'll hold your keeps your stock fat and healthy and body or other,-- , which fed you with us name free the fatt that it jw hair stond revealed as Norton's mur- - to say that no one thinks higher or may reveal!" cried the Judge, mopdon't know nothing," said the sheriff. known now as Mr. Cavendish." free from disease. hat while you are about It!" years, and which in ninety-thre-e - - Perhaps he read her thoughts, more frequent of the ladles than Just ping his brow. "Miss Malroy his disout of Wt annas, wherj "No one don't know nothing. Hicks had taken his time In re An Established Fact The People's hopes perhaps for The Judge started to his feet " me; I'm genuinely fond of 'em, and appeared from Belle Plain, and Hanc had lived In his degenerate sponding to the judge's summons, but Poultry Remedy contains every in left a blank In your life which noth it received a thoraughly hard and prac "Pleaso God, we may yet put our Yancy?" he cried. "Bob Ing has ever filled up. Holmes. until the coamon judg- - I've never lifted my hand ag'ln 'em nibal has gone with her!" fingers on some villain who does, l tea! test "Yes, sir, that's me." The Judge now his step sounded in the hall and gredient necessary for the production of - s or the understanding of them "Where have they gone?" asked Ma- said the Judge. except In kindness." Mr. Slosson throwing open the door he entered eggs. We want you to try Rnaall "3" Hair passed nimbly around the desk and 30-t- f Ricumoxd Drug Co. ct r; "g-- existed for him. That Bet--- 1- looked at Ware with an exceedingly haffy, and his long Jaw dropped. Outside It was noised about that shook the Scratch Hlller warmly by the room. Whether consciously or Tonie at eucrisk. You snreiy ounnol Children are muoh more likely to "Would to God I had an answer Judge Price had taken matters In ' o loved Norton seemed inconsevirtuous expression of countenance. not he had acquired something of that Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst the hand. "Where's my nevvy, sir? the contagious disease wttea they lose aaythhur ky doina; sn, while you -".al even; it was a memory to He continued: "Yo orders are that ready for that question, Solomon!" hand he was the old fellow who had what's all this about him and Miss surly, forbidding manner which was Home Insuranco Co. Write mo or phone have cokls. Whooping cough, dtafctite have eeerytaing to fain. Yen had t away by the force ot his we're to slip out of this a little afore answered the Judge, with a melan- been warned to keep his mouth shut Betty?" Yancy's soft drawl was sudcharacteristic of his employer. A curt 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. ria, scarlet fever and oosumpfe are bettor think this over, and then caanu pass-ion- . So he watched her midnight, but suppose there's a hitch choly shake of the nead. He gazed and who had never stopped talking denly eager. nod of the head was his only greet -down on his friend w'lth an air of since. A crowd collected beyond the diseases that are often coatraeted whea in and see ws about this oafer. Yon will hero's the lady knowing what she civ, but bach of the smile was Please God we'll recover him ing. A FAIR OFFER. the child has a cold. That is why all be well repaid far yuur visit to our store. knows and here's the boy knowing large tolerance. "I am going to Belle library windows and feasted its eyes soon!" said the Judge. Will you sit down?" asked the r nacc of unleashed impulse, Plain, but you are too drunk. Sleep on the back of this hero's bald head. t you find some word of wel-- r what he knows." medical authorities say beware of eoMs. Remember, you enn get Knmll Jtnau- i jl By the window Carrlngton moved judge. Hicks signified by another me it off, me, Betty?" he asked at One by one the house servants were Impatiently. No harm could come to movement of the head that he would Your Money Back If You Are For the quick cure of ooWs yo will dies in this sauna unity anly at our "There can be no hitch," rasped oat your Solomon, and Join your when . legs ushered into the Judge's presence. brain is clear and . t e1I1 softly, still with some-- . Murrell arrogantly. find nothmg better than Chamberlain's store The Reaall Store. Perry's drag-storethe boy, but Betty a shudder went not. "This is a very dreadful busi steady." Not Satisfied entreaty in his tone. First he interrogated little Steve, who through him. ness!" began the judge softly. cf Cough Remedy. It can always be de "I never knew a speculation that Mahaffy Jerked out an oath, and had gone to Miss Betty's door that 7 m it was you not Tom who couldn't go wrong; and by rights we Ain't It?" agreed Hicks. "What We pay for all the medicine used dur pended upon and is pleasant and safe to 'They've stolen him." Yancy spoke lifting himself off his chair, stood morning to rouse her, as was his cus Lan-gshaEggs. She could should have got away last night." 1 i me brought here!" with conviction. "I reckon they'vo you got to say to me?' he added ing the trial, if our remedy fails to com take. For sale by all dealers. saH-l-erect He snatched up hl3 hat tom. Next he examined Betty's maid; started back to No'th Carolina with petulantly. c tlanked God had it been Tom, constipation. We you didn't? t nletelv relieve vou of "Well, whose fault is it Pure Wad White Lnngimm eggs for "Stuff your pistols Into your pock- then the cook, and various house servHave you started to drag the r o hate was aot to be feared as demanded Murrell. only that don't explain what's Ginseng. aatoMngs 34.M far Is. Orders booked ets, and come on, Price!" he said, ants, who had nothing especial to tell, him of Miss Betty, does it?" and he bayou?" asked the Judge. Hicks take all tho risk. You are not obli - cared this man's love. come The light yellow root of ginseng Is "In a manner it were mine, but the and stalked toward the door. gated to us in any way whatever, if you Pamc Smuuom. r. but told it at considerable length; and dropped rather helplessly into a chair. nodded. "That was your Idea?" sug accept our offer. That's a mighty highly esteemed by the Chiaese as ""cm no!" aad Murrell laughed. ark got on a sandbank as we were 33-3-h He flitted up the street, and the lastly big Steve, Usna UUy, Ky. Bob arc Just getting off a sick bed. gested the Judge. j didn't think I'd give you up? 1 fetching It In and It took us the whole It Is used, however, for stimulant Judge puffed and panted in his wake. - landing with a halter about my damn night to get clear." "No, it wa'n't," objected Hicks broad statement, but we mean every almost every domestic and medicinal "Stop a bit" the Judge suddenly In He's been powerful porely In conseFor Rent They gained the edge of the village terrupted the butler In the midst of quence of having his head laid open quickly. "But I said she had been word of it. Could anything be more purpose, and specimens resembling and all for year sake who'd r "Well?" prompted MurreU, with without speech. , tho human body often command their his narrative. "Does the overseer al- and Cottaoe an Tales Creak avenue, ooo-being throwed Into the Elk actln' like she was plumb distracted fair for you? sullen frown. ' "There Is mystery and rascality ways come up to the house the first river,then A most scientific, common-sens- e weight In gold because of supposed oc Minuw; tour roams and soon euinuim-ine- s. where I fished him out," ex ever since Charley Norton got shot "Suppose they get shut of that no- here!" said the Judge. "How?" inquired the judge, arching treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which are cult virtues thing in tho morning?" plained Cavendish, who still continChina furnishes almost Apply to Mrs. Calliu Keen, la tion of theirs that the lady's done "What do you know. Price, and "Why, not exactly, sah, but he come ued to regard the Judge with unmixed his eyebrows. Hicks was plainly dis eaten like candy. Their active princi- the sole market for glaseng. f Creak Ave. Tales drowned herself; suppose they take to where did you hear this?" Mahaffy up this mo'nlng, sah. He was talking astonishment, first cocking his shaggy turbed by the question. ple is a recent scientific discovery that watching the river? Or suppose the shot the question back over his shoulSort of out of her head. Mr. Ware is odorless, colorless and tasteless; very to me at the back of the house, when head on one side and then on the Home Made Maple Syrup. whole damn bottom drops out of this der. NINETY-SEVE- N the women run out with the word that other, his bleached eyes narrowed to a seen It, too " pleasant in The lady, good deal? What then? pronounced, yet gentle and We have fee sale aunnim "At Pegloe's; tho Belle Plain over"He spoke of It?" slit Now and then he favored tho looking as she Is. knows enough to seer had Just fetched tho news Into Missy was done gone away." maple syrup, absolutely pure. Call en "Yes, sir; him and me discussed it action, and particularly agreeable in "He Joined in the search?' austere Mahaffy with a fleeting make west Tennessee mighty on- town." every way. They do not cause diar"Yes, sah." glance. Ho seemed Intuitively to un- together." healthy for some of us. I say, sup Again they were silent, all their SU--tf A. D AC. O XiLLaa. The judge regarded Hicks long and rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping or any "When was Miss Malroy seen last?' comradeship of their derstand the pose It's a flash in the pan and you energies being absorbed by the physiintently and in silence. His magnlfi inconvenience whatever. Rexall Order- An Unusual Record for a Pile asked the Judge. degradation. have to crowd the distance In be cal exertion they were making. The "She and the young gemman you Mr. Cavendish fetched me here on cent mind was at work. If Betty had lies are particularly eood for children, Boarders Wanted. tween you and this part of the world, road danced before their burning fotched heah'were seen In Remedy. the gyar- his raft Wo tied up to the sho' this been distraught he had not observed aged and delicate persons. you can't tell me you'll have any use eyes, it seemed to be uncoiling itself den along my hauM, SM North Senead street. At about sundown. I seen them morning. It was there we met Mr. any sign of it the previous day. If When Dr. 3. S. Leeahartlt, of Lin If you suffer from chronic or habitual for her then." Slosson paused Im serpent-wis- e with hideous undulations. myself." Carrlngton I'd knowed him slightly Ware were better informed as to her constipation, or the associate or de- ooln, Neb., located the oause of pttes I am prepared to accommodate boarder pressively. "And here's Mr. Ware Mr. Mahaffy was conscious that the heard and lodging- ar daj hoard only. "They had had supper?" back yonder in No'th Carolina," con true mental state why had he chosen pendent chronic ailments, we urge you and found a successful iaward remedy feeling bad, feeling like hell," he re- Judge, of whom he caught a blurred Mug. I 'LAMA XHAVUtn. "Yes, sah." tinued Yancy. "He said I'd find Han this time to go to Memphis? Refor piles, he had it put on sale under a sumed. "Him and me don't want to vision now at his right side, now at 'I suppose Mr. Ware asked you to to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. "Who sleeps here?" Phone ToS. nibal with you. I was counting a heap In trap with you gone God his left was laboring painfully In the be left In no keep an eye on Miss Malroy while he member, you can get them in Rich- strict guaranty of satisfaction. "Just little Steve and three of the on seeing my newy." HBM-BOIonly knows where." heat and dust the breath whistling women; they sleeps at the back of Tobacco Land For Rent. Carrlngton, no longer able to con was away from home?" said the Judge. mond only at our store; twelve tablets years only 3 per cent ef T11 send a man to take charge of from between his parched Hps. tablets 25c, eighty tab users have asked for their money back, the house, sah.' trol himself, swung about on his heel, Hicks, suspicious of the drift of his 10c, thirty-si- x llause of three nsun and six acre fee "You're Just ripe for apoplexy. the keel boat I can't risk any more "No sounds were heard during tho "What's been done?" he asked, with questioning, made no answer. "I sup- lets 50c Sold only at our store The and it speaks well for this seieatMie toirocoo and same far nam. A Price!" he snarled, moderating his night?" of your bungling, Joe." pose you told the house servants to Rexall Store. Perry's drug store. Get a guaranteed SI modern remedy. fierce repression. "What's going to bo and nine auras for That's all right but you don't an pace. "No. sah." done? Don't you know that every keep her under observation?" continpackage from Middelloa or any drug- of six Tioma &fia4jl S&4uw s9Yfea swer my question," persisted Slosson, ued the judge. "Go on," said the Judge, with stolid "I'll seo tho overseer what's his second is precious?" Dr. Leon Hard t. Station gist, or write to For Sale Privately. Mm. Luviwha Cmw 37 tf with admirable tenacity of purpose. I don't talk to no niggers," replied name? Hicks? Suppose you go for about to conclude my invesresolution. "I am Y., for free HEM-BOIDwelling of nine rooms with two B. Buffalo. N. What Is your question, Joe?" Two miles out of the village they him!" said the Judge, addressing the tigations, sir," said the Judge with Hicks, "except to give 'em my or A lot can happen between this and came to a roadside spring; here thev sheriff. acres oi crounu; goou orcnaru, vme-yar- d, booklet. ders." dignity. "Then it Was You Not Tom Who Perry does nut orator up his virtue midnight" Well, did you give them that or The sheriff was gone from the room stable, chicken house, coal house, paused for an Instant Mahaffy Carrlngton stepped to the door. Me Brought Here!" Original "Yeggman.1 Had You m preseriatfen MUng with MmIb first- things go wrong with us there'll scooped up handfuls of the clear wa- only a few moments, and returned After all, what was there to expect of der?" If smoke house, cabin, etc,; all in The word yeggman Is said to have pay sued money and yan gut good ser- as much for love of you?" He be a blaze at the head of the bayou; ter and sucked It greedily. The Judge with the Information that Hicks was these men? Whatever their Interest, "No. I didn't" class repair. My family being small, I originated from the criminal exploits ced to expand with savage pride Does that satisfy you?" The sudden and hurried entrance of desire to sell my home and buy a of John Yecc. who. according to viee. dropped on his stomach and burled down at the bayou, which was to be It was plainly centered In the boy. He a step d this was so, and took big Steve brought the judge's exam passed out Into the hall. his face In the tiny pool, gulping dragged. "And what then?" When in need al rilaateutitMus: m smaller one. Terms easy. Apply to criminal tradition, was a Swedish her. up great thirsty swallows. After o "Why?" inquired the Judge, desperado who operated In the Pa aay ef its araaehes, riming ImpleAs tie door closed on him the judge ination of Mr. Hicks to a standstill. Murrell hesitated. 33-t- f Don't come near me!" cried Betty, you know dat 'ar coachman William Devore. stood erect, Mas'r, "Hicks says Miss Malroy's been act turned again to the Scratch Hiiler. cific coast states in the late seventies "What about the girl?" Insisted long breathless Instant he ments. Buggies, Carriages. Wagons. eyes biased, and she looked at Slosson, dragging him back to the with drops of moisture clinging to hU ing mighty queer ever since Charley "Mr. Yancy, Mr. Mahaffy and I hold George the big black fellow dat took When you know of any marriages, Rabeer tires Ac, get prices from K. K. i.sa with loathing. point at Issue between them. "As a nose and eyebrows. Manany was a Norton was shot distracted like! He your nephew In the tenderest regard; yon Into town las' evenln'? I Jes been births, deaths, accidents, sales of land, ' You'll learn to be kinder," he extf Miller, Union City. Ky. Taxes Due. my hand ag'ln no dozen paces down the road, hurrying says he noticed It, and that Tom Ware he has been our constant companion down at Shanty Hill whar MUly. his man I wouldn't lift -lodgo You wouldn't see me at Belle good looking woman except, like 1 forward again with relentless vigor. noticed It' ever since you were lost to him. In wife, Is carryln' on something scan crop or stock, church news or and narrjaspondentB Our contributors Your taxes for the year 1011 are now i in; what was left for me but to said. In kindness; but she can't he The Judge shuffled after him. The "How does he explain the boy's dis this crisis you may rely upon us; we dalous 'cause George ain't never come news, please teiepnone or write hie Come will please remember to whits ok omb you brought here?" are committed to his recovery, no home!" Steve was laboring under In- Climax, so that we can inform people in in- - my hands for collection. loose; she knows too much. tracks they left in the dust crossed appearance?" turned papsk only, as it causes V.hile Murrell was speaking the slg- - What's the word. Captain you say and the road, but present "He reckons she throwed herself In, matter what It involves." The judge's tense excitement, but he Ignored the other parts of the country. Wo want in early and avoid the rush, as well as side or the his own presence It!" he urged. He made a gesture of ly the slanting lines of their advanct and the boy tried to drag her out, like tone was one of unalterable resolu presence of the overseer and ad- clean news of every kind from every saving the penalty, by prompt payment the compositor to "speak out z A that had toM of tf written on both sides of the paper. D. A. McCobd. Sheriff. straightened, the Judge gained and he naturally would, and got drawed tion c3 the opposite shore of the bayou appeal to Ware. tf tf locality. dressed himself to Slocum Price. 3 heard again. This served to have been mighty "I reckon you-al- l held a fixed place at Mahaffy's right, In." Well, what of that?" cried Hicks "Look for the light; better still, his attention. A look of' uncer- look for the man I'U send." And with a step or so in the rear. His opulenf "Humph! I'll trouble Mr. Hicks to good and kind to him," said Yancy quickly. face, then he the situa- step here," said the Judge quietly. huskily. "Jz.tr passed over his away, fancy began to deal with Thar warn't no George, mind you. - .do an impatient gesture as if he this Murrell would have turned "We have endeavored to be, Mr. Mas'r, but dar was his team in de tion. 'There 8 Mr. Carrlngton and a but Slosson detained him. Eissed some thought that had "If anything happens to the child, couple of strangers outside who've Yancy Indeed I had formed the reso stable this mo'nlng and lookln' mighty "Who'll he be?" itself unon him. and turned the man responsible for It would bet been asking about Miss Malroy and lution legally to adopt him should you nigh done up with hard driving." "Some fellow who knows the river. I'll pursue him Yes," Interrupted Hicks uneasily; "And If it's the light?" asked the ter never been bornenergy from thir the boy; seems like the strangers not come to claim him. I should have You (don't ask what my purpose Is tavern-keepe- r O CO. knowed her and him back yonder In given him my name, and made him put a pair of lines in a niggers lO.WFHI undertone, with undiminished KUSOWBt in a hoarse SpTWl;', pug -ie.e you are concerned; you have Again he looked toward Ware, who. moment forth!," he panted. Price?" No'th Carolina," said the sheriff as he my heir. His education has already hands and he'll run any team off Us begun under my supervision," and the 1pctb!" mriositv on that scorer bhe en "What could happen to him. turned away, d and ashen, was regaramg ,ored to meot his glance with "III see them." The sheriff went judge, remembering the high use to met glance, asked Mahaffy. An' the kerrlage all scratched up' him steadfastly. Glance E. -- nee as resolute, then her eyes for a brief Instant they looked Into "God knows, poor little lad!" from the room and the Judge dismissed which he had dedicated one of Peg- from beln thrashed through the loe's trade labels, fairly glowed with bushes,'' added Steve. "Will you shut up!" cried Mahaffy the servants. rCwPht the boy's upturned face. "1 each other's eyes and then the hand philanthropic fervor. , "Well, what do you think, Price? - going to send you down river, There's a nigger for you!" said had rested on Murrell's savagely. slosson "Solomon!" Think of that! murmured Yancy Hicks. "She took the rascal out of asked Mahaffy anxiously when they I shall Join you in New Or-- shoulder dropped at his side. softly. He was deeply moved. So was the field, dressed him like he was a : us. and when I leave the country "Why do you go building on that were alone Idea? Why should any one nam uuu shall go with me " "Rubbish! Tr.ko my word for it Mr. Cavendish, who was gifted with gentleman and pampered him up, and CHAPTER XXI. He now first chance he gets he runs off!" what earthly purpose" Never!" gaapod Betty. Solomon, this blow Is leveled at me. a wealth of ready sympathy. "I tell you, Solomon, we are the I have been too forward In my at- thrust out a hardened hand to the "As my wife, or however you choose Ah!" said the Judge softly. "Then The Judoe Meets the Situation. point in a vast circle of crime. tempts to suppress the carnival of judge. i 3 call it I'll teach you what a man s you knew this?" The Judge'B and Mr. Mahaffy's cele- nlvotal it's tell Shake!" he said. "You're a heap ye is like," he boasted, and extend- - bration of the former's rehabilitated This is a blow at me this is revenge crime that is raging through west Of course I knew waTi't it my They have d Lis hand. Betty shrank from mm, TemfcMee you.n observe tnat Mlss better than you look." A thin ripple business to know? I reckon he was occupied the shank of the sir, neither more nor less! had w hand fell at his side. He credit the small hours of the night struck at me tnrougn mu uuj, t Malroy disappeared at a moment of laughter escaped Mahaffy, but the off skylarking, and when he'd seen - evening, day." . -- ed at her steadily out of his deepwhen the public Is disposed to think Judge accepted Chills and Fever's the mess he'd made, the trifling fool and that part of the succeeding day plain as did the overseer say? eves, in which blazed the nres oi which the southwest described as soon "What original, she has retained me as her legal ad- nroffered hand. He understood that took to the woods. Well, he catches telling "Just that they found Miss Malroy viser; probably she will be set at lib- here was a simple genuine soul. 3 passion,, and as he looked, her as the stone Jug, It when I lay hands on him!" In the morning; and morning, "Price, isn't it important for us to erty when she agrees to drop the mat- e paled and flushed by turns. "You In which were garnered the spoils of gone from Belle Plain this "Do you know when and under i learn to be kind to me, iieiiy. the highly confidential but entirely and the boy with her." ter of Norton's murder. As for .the know why Mr. Yancy thinks the boy what circumstances the team was Price! How do be has been taken back to North Caro stabled, Mr. Hicks?" inquired the ,ic said. "You may find it will no misleading conversation which the "This Is like-yofrom lina?" said Mahaffy, Betty made you know they haven't spent the night v. rih your while." judge. held with Mr. Pegloe after "Just what kin is Hannibal to you. must answer; she only gathered Hannibal Judge had from Belle Plain, iosi iu At ROTTIA nelehbor's?" No, I don't, but I reckon It Mr. Yancy?" asked the Judge resum have been long after dark," said Hicks "The nearest neighbor is nve or u .er to her side. "Why not accept his return might have been observed Miss Malroy ana tian-nlbAgain weight it ing his seat Three-Butto- n v.Lj.t I have to offer, Betty V miles distant Frock, unwillingly. "I seen to the feeding Tkree-Batto- n Straight that he and Mr. Mahaffy seemed to "Strictly speaking, he ain't none. Just after sundown llko I always do. were seen along about dusk in Lc vent nearer her. and again she No. 793 Merchant Tailors, Chicago Sack, No. 78S In that nice sense of equity which the grounds at Belle nam; uo juu Front That ho come to live with me is all then I went to supper. Hicks voucn- rank from him, but the madness of caln form the basis of all human reowing to Mr. Crenshaw, who's a good safed to explain. Y o nuvui to tell me you consider it likely urns in the ascendant, lie should will Mr. Ma- meanthey set out on foot at that hour, original - ized her and drew her to him. She lations. The Judge watched man when left to himself, but he's that "And no one saw or heard the team haffy, and Mr. Mahaffy watched the and without a word to any one, to a body may say ho never drive In?" got a wife, so ruggled to free herself, but his Judge, each trustfully placing the reg- make a visit?" Inquired the Judge; but in Is left to himself," began Yancy; and by about her. "Not as I know of," said Hicks. private conduct in the Mahaffy did not contend for this of his then briefly he told the story of the "Mas'r Ca'ington's done gone off to "Let me go!" she panted. He ulation of his friend, as the one most hands It Siughed his cool laugh of trinmph. woman and tho child much as ae had; get a pack of dawgs he 'lows hit's likely to be affected by the rectitude "What are you going to do first, Let you go ask me anything but told It to Bladen at the Barony the might' Important to find what's come acta. his .in-.f n.niral. Onlntard'ft funeral. . of George," said Steve.. 'h2t, Betty! Have you no reward for of Probably so extensive a consump- Price?" jv w UOJ grounds, and "Have look over whole naBnKnfll NNtlf MF .iJnV Hicks started violently at this piece The Judge, his back to the light and t alienee such as mine? A I saw sum- tion of Mr. Pegloe's corn whisky had talk witha the slaves."the . .. 1 1 1. n In,. Al Mis Me: ' YBrK MI you mer has passed since ot news. niS lace in suaauw, resieu uib iciv wasn't he at never been accomplished wjth great"Where's the brother reckon hell have to travel a on the desk and with his chin I bow Cm" They honorably hlghinlndedness. Belle Plain last night? There was the noisy shuffling of er sunk In his palm, followed the Scratch right smart distance to find a pack of tailoring split the last glass, the Judge scorning Betseems he went to Memphis yes"It feet on the stairs, and releasing Killer's narrative with the closest at dogs." he muttered. "I don't know of up any technical claim to it as terday." none this side ot Colonel Bates" dawn ty, Murrell swung about on his heel to set tention. exclusive property; then he stared Thpv nlodded forward In silence; and faced the door. It was pushed his Mahaffy, while MahaSy, d "And General Qulntard never saw below GIrard." now and again they were passed by by a not too at open an Inch at a time The judge was lost la thought He him never manifested any Interest back and forblddlBft some man on horseback: wnose own, confident hand and Mr. Slosson thus ot htm. In hlra?" the words came slowly from nermltted an interval of silence to urn the same as their guardedly presented himself to the the Judge's Hps; he seemed to gulp elapse la which Hicks glance slid took The Judge sighed deeply. He stray aad then at last they cauht sight of eye of his chief, whom he beckoned down somethlne that rose In his Inverted it A wees. n th lu and Plain in its grove oi from the room. throat. "Poor little lad!" he mut (Continued on Next Page) hi g Isa Belle or so fell languidly Into I nansW M$" anaLnaV "Well?" said Murrell. when they. drop tered, and again, "Poor little ladUL -- Try equeezing Ma XXII. it Price," ActCHAPTER UuirV. Sav MIm Malroy's ctnnri tnpother nn the landing. "Never once, sir. He told, the haffr. A Difference. ir. sine Chr!y Nerten slaves to keep him out of his sight "Just come across to the keel t save The Judge Bheek the Tke Chre. aau I Was Shat." The ft f claimed that there are as many We-aboat!" and Slosson led the way own' fnrth an eaataty sound, aad M wondered, fo' you fcaow hew the nlantatlOB it ..rir n na a deliar MB aa M a ly. stairs and from the house. - nkrxers will talk. We thought maybe! .wo ve again; he attempted to peer tato It afcoemd aad the hundreds of slaves j hoy, they'll use him to compel my you. Joe. you miest Qomtarda,' But the dollar WU does not make sueh "Damn some kin to tike H watery von en and child res we-r- gth I lence and inaction." The Judg e toe he waa couldn't figure the hew. The desperate asd continuous nseru waited?" nfcserved the outlaw. SlOS-- i .infill oh Ucht. oat we They toward the aheut the hoase. Amoa tnese a long breath, "Yet there remains one but general never bad hat M ehUd aUght en you. red son gave him a hardened gri- m "T waitf ma YaakM kM twr HuMlwrg erf the 4olnant point where the boy ia. cooeeroed that old th-we years. Th crossed the clearing and boarded the wowi have attache completely feaSes me. If we knew and ahe had been dead fo' raec. The Jud lMnLM-Mw- , with a keel boat which rested aala&t to Lowe. tboucht to taTMt a child couldn't have grwt, hut Jm just a little more of hi 1m htauwif to th hanV An tbev did SO the CaM Tato-OatJfeeaay feottem," h efenryd. patau thU land to a woaa- XftBer patiMd. statUtes-anOf an f it might can k to make a feMTd a wtetapwed imUm, Mahaffy. the stem nave bp a shattered nftty'i "What forr-Mfctthe The judge drammed Mir an. radical move." shape of Tom War. Mrence to tortrti tbm. Solomon." ex "To aad Iteteher. Mahaffy was elearirjaot faapr II "XiM Malroy's lawyer." rteteatly "I tboucht y rel! start claimed Uu Judc- - "OMBtav a you Ctearly it was not for him to Mix were haactac oat tat Memphis, Toi?i do frotn t&at Mcttoa which tareated , The Prodicxl Judge ..aunued from Pago 2) nW ad ctoeer to Ma brow 4arkMd forbWdtoc. h.pp' Ware W t as ji " j-- cr non-appear- ln-.-- j " a c- t-- y i - ;j t.t sul-cidt,- .ypu-Tecko- td, with theso outsiders, these curiosity seekers. He crossed tho lawn to the hnnso. and mounted the steps. In the doorway was big Steve, while groups of men stood about In the hall, the hum of busy purposeless talk pervading the place. The Judge frowned. This was all wrong. "Has Mr. Ware returned from Memphis?" he asked of Steve. "No, Bah; not yet" "Then show me Into the library," said the Judge with bland authority, surrendering his hat to tho butler. "Come along, Mahaffy!" he added. They entered the library, and the Judgo motioned Steve to close the door. "Now, boy, you'll kindly ask those people to withdraw you may say It is Judge Price's orders. Allow no one to enter the house unless they have business with me, or as I send for them you understand? After you have cleared the house, you may brlns me a decanter of corn whhikystop a bit you may ask the sheriff to step here." "Yes, sah." And Steve withdrew, up to The Judge drew an easy-chadesk that stood In the the center of the room, and seated himself. "Are you going to make this the excuse for another drunk, Price? if so, I feel the greatest contempt for you," said Mahaffy sternly. The Judge winced at this, "You have made a regrettable choice of words, Solomon," he urged gently. "Where's your feeling for "Here!" said the Judge, with an elo quent gesture, resting his hand on his ir flat-toppthe-boy- ?' by the vague generalities la wllch the Judge was dealing. "There you go, Price, as usual, try ing to convince yourself that you are-tncenter of everything!" he said. In a tone of much' exasperation. "Let's get down to business! What does this man Hicks mean by hinting at suicide? You saw Miss Malroy yester day?" "You have, put your finger on a point of some significance," said the Judge. "She bore evidence of the shock and loss she had sustained; aside from that she was quite as she has always been." "Well, what do you want to see Hicks for? What do you expect to learn from him?" "I don't like his Insistence on the Idea that Miss Malroy Is mentally unbalanced. It's a question of some delicacy the law, sir, fully recog nizes that It seems to me he Is over anxious to account for her disappear ance in a manner that can compromise no one." "What IsaplaeaMs hate what lroa pride!" he muraared, and swept his VAPOR TREATMENT A bald-head- three-quarte- rs m n m - o y d -- : thls-a-way- s; tf -- lt ooa-tra- T.-p- yr fr n e- u-t- PER CENT PERFECT - aaveX" D to-'-- - i.-- re 8-- ar-rc- - r , dry-lippe- -- Bet-Lat- er April 7 is Easter Sunday c-- time to order you that When we 5pring and Summer Clothes, we aren't but when you anything you let us show you the new woolens and fashions al Ed. V. Price & Co. 1 1 1 that you'll see everything the best dressed men be worn doesn't cost as the entire country. much as you might expect, to have us"takeyour measure and deliver the obtainable finest custom dark-visage- I J, JK auF Bn ll Haye Your Measure Taken Today For Your Eaater Suit "niTt . a e X tat ateti hn , fe te tt ELDER ItfcrM yrc. & Sosn't tM ms fcew fe tie, 'aeseeiatioa.' Whea in control of pie's money. The report covered only ! arrived at the hsean $4,977 or th ex- the aseoe-ietloand its money and maga- a, short period of time and certified only peases of $8,577. He certainly bar a' zine be can control the Slate Board of to tbe fact that the checks as drawn good memory, as all records were corresponded with the accounts as renHealth. "Will juy or sellyour bouse, burned. Twenty-fou- r hundred dollars dered. The report did not undertake to COKTKOIi OP ASSOCIATION. farm town lots or any thing strikes me as "round numbers. I would r say whether or not the accounts were "In order to control the association he proper, and it really has no value really like to know how much of the The else in the Real Estate line. njust control the 'house of delegates' of $2,577 of 'expenses' went to tho doctor's "It has also developed that all the association, for that is the sovoroign vouchers and books wero not filed; that Any business intrusted to the. private and official family. Whatever body of the association. If tho 'house else is true, these admitted facts show in spilo of the doctor's pretense that he him will be promptly and Hemn&ton Dr. that there is nothing in the doctor's of delegates' are Dr. McCormack's ap was perfectly willing to file everything, carefully attended to. See pointees on tho various county boards of claim that he was working for the 'piteverything has not yet been filed. I him if his services are-neede- d. health we have tho circle- completed McCormack. tance' of $1,200 per annum, even at that think he should bo calied the 'great preThe different county medical societies tender;' 'pretense' is distant date. tho banner under INCORPORATED. elect these delegates. "We represent iron bound "Although a motion was made before which ho marches. "If we find Dr. McCormack's appoin File two weeks this committee more than "I hand you tho health laws of Ohio, Insurance Companies SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ro retees to be the active members of the ago and although the committee several ASnAMEIOFNERFACE Virginia and West Virginia. My promember this. various county societies we increase tho "Wants to sell your tobacco. We havs days later issued a rule to compel Dr. posed law is in lino with the laws of "I was ashamed of my face." writes in Medical MoCormack to file his checks and MUs Plckard of North Carolina. "It circumference of the circle theso progressive States. Hero is anscars, but gut in additional lights, and have "The minutes show that at the Padu- other copy ot the substitute for my bill. of vouchers covering expenditures, also was alt full D. pimples and ITASBiSBBBl Prescription for D. after using BfBfBfBfBfeWBVAtfafJ Is cah meeting of the 'bouse of delegates' If you don't do anything else, move the now there books showing the income in detail, un Eczema I can say that and that was plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. no sign of that Eczema tho following appointees were men who BtVsiBB"v. m w av .v.vti der his registration act from the time of three years ago." hcadquartors of the ooard to Frankfort. cases controlled that body: L. E. Taylor, J. one of thousands his fire in 1895 until 1900, Dr. McCor InThis Is but D. D. has simply of There is no reason for it to be a Bowling washed which D. away the skin troubled D. D. D. E. Wilson, J. L. Atkinson, A. D. mack has failed and refused to file Green, except that Dr. McCormack ro W. W. Richmond, E. A. Frazior. cleanses the skin of the germs of EcI. R. Pennington other serious in a statement tiled In t rank fort wiin mend in its report the State Roard of same. In a misleading and artfully zema, Psoriasis and Itch instantly, skin O. E. Poole, J. S. Lock, It. C. McUord , sides there. Wo can't locale tho head and diseases: stops the Dentist. the House Committee that has been Health, with its subordinate depart prepared statement, which he suc when used with D. D. D. soap the cures O. G. Dougherty, P. A. Stone, M. M. Mc quarters of great department of goveem probing into the affairs ol tne btate ment$nd pronounce it proficient and ceeded in having published in the daily D. D. to be permanent. Nothing like Dowell. J. W. Pryor, C. Z. Aud, D. O ernment merely to suit tho convenience Office next door to Government build complexion. D. for the was issued, he of tho chief official. Moreover, tho Nor Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to satisfactory in the matter of its health papers just after the rule prove the merit of this wonderfu' rem- - Hancock, W. B. McCluro, J. G. Carpen mal School needs the spaco the board ng Richmond, Ky. pretended to file the si papers and insin Herrington, of Richmond, instigator of work I. A. Shirley, A. T. McCormack, E also give you a full sixe ter, the investigation, alleges the inquiry "Fourth The committee will recom uated he had been unfairly treated "We can 11.00 on our absolute guar- Ran, B. W. 8mock, andY. E. Rodman bottle for about the issuance of the rule. This antee that if this very first bottle falls an appropriation and explaining it is I I ,f has developed the fact that moneys mend that the State Examiner and In lH JL HT16 JL 3.D16 Almost without exception these men aro you nothneed of more room. have been improperly applied, and asksspcctor hereafter make examination of committee will resent his published to give you relief It will cost ing. South Bound. Dr. McCormack's appointees. "I thank you, gentlemen of tho com No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Incorporated uwcuHraiuw w rciKi mu uiwj iu t jue stole Hoard or Health and its iinan statement, as well as I do. You all know "On pago 19 of the November 1, 1911, STOCKTOtf & SON mittee, for tho timo and attention you the Attorney General for any action he cial conditions as examinations of other that he has failed to file what ho prom t. RICHMOND. KENT! Ki EAST MAIN STREET and Departs 12:05 a. m. issue oj tne ueuicai journal is given .a may deem proper. lie also recom- departments of State government and ised to tile and what your rulo demanded tied to $150. The law required this sum list of the secretaries the various county havo given this matter, and hope you NEAR L. & N. DEPOT No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. Dewill give my bill an early and favorablo that he should file. You all know mends that the Governor be called upon the State institutions are made. parts 0:45 a. m. of tbtso to be paid out of tho fees paid by theso medical societies. Fifty-on- e to direct the State Examiner and In"The report will conclude with certain we have treated him with the utmost applicants. Of course other legitimate secretaries aro appointees ofJ. N. Mc report. No- 1. Louisville to Beattyvillo Respectfully, spector to ooftttaue the "probe." recommendations as to the expenses of fairness and consideration; and that he and necessary expenses were to be paid Cormack on the County Boards of Health Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 L. B. Herrington." 100G the the investigation." has been given a wide range and every He charges that prior to forty-fiv- e A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS are not. Horo again he No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar advantage in presenting his case to this out of tho applicants fees also. The and people's money and that of Dr. J. X. jierbinqton's statement. Attorney General can doubtless recover has a majority. rives 11:40 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m committee. Not once have I been heard MeCorsaaek, seoretary of the board, The statement in part follows: No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. APPOINTEES AT WORK. object to anything he Has said or same by proper proceedings, and we were oae and the same, both being deArrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. "The books and records filed with this to the (Continued fiom Pago 3) "When this legislation was proposed done, although many of his statements should amend the law so that in posited to his individual credit, aud committee cover a period of thirty-thre- e Or rfllTDCFC Preparatory. State ('.,.. No. 27. Richmond to .Louisville via future the surplus from these fees can Dr. McCormack put his appointees to LUUAJJLJ oate. Life Diploma. checks for persosai expenses and Board years and many thousands of dollars. and much of bis conduct has been open Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. round in a furtive circle. not be used as 'dividends.' Certificate, Review, Spec work against it. His son spent over $700 of Health expea&es being drawn from All the facts and records have been in to objection. I hnve always tried to "When did Mr. Ware set out for No. 3. Louisville to Beattyvillo fund,' I have "As to the the same bask aoeouBt. He charges Dr.McCormack's possession for all these show him more than the respect he was never been able 'studentwhat it amounts for stamps and postal cards and practi Memphis?" asked the judge at length. Arrives 0:45 p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m to find TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES cally every doctor in the State was com that over SIS, COO was drawn from the years. I am not an expert accountant. entitled to. "Early yesterday. Ho goes there No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan to. Here aro some vouchers dated TEOri-E'- s MONET. municated with immediately. EXPENSES VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. The pretty often on business." "appropriattea fund" that should be We have no special counsel or accountford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs showing that Dr. 'works were The truth is, he could filo these 1911 and sot in' at tho people's ex 7:2a p. m. "You talked with Mr. Ware before reoovered, and asserts that Dr. JlcCor- - ants employed. I have many ARTISTIC CATALOG IE FEIT, other mat- vouchers, Krerick, who, I understand, examined pense. It seems but he didn't want to. Prior maok received 39 per cent of "fees from ters of importance on my that Dr. McCormack he left?" Hicks shook his head. rfDid North Bound bands, and Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. 35, was tho students and received the nas a sort ot endless chain working in ho speak of Miss Malroy?" Hicks No. 34. appttoaate' and ether sources for his you, gentlemen, will appreciate the dif to 190G the people's money and Dr. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives money were one and .the paid a salary of 825 per month, and also connection with his 'machine.' Ho uses shook his head. "Did you see her durindividual use, while each of the other ficulties I have experienced and Departs 4:10 a. m. under such same thing to the doctor. Both were that his' ofitce rent of $15 per month, ing the afternoon?" 10 what ho has to keep you from taking members of the board received but circumstances. We ought not be called "No maybe you think theso nig No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and mingled and commingled indiscrimi was paid, not out of the 'student fees,' away from him anything he has and to gers Maysville. Arrives G:20 a. m. per cent. upon to go searching through the ain't enough to keep a man stir 830,000appropriated by the compel you to givo Departs 0:25 a. m. nately. Both were deposited to his in- but out of the Dr. McCormaok, he alleges, has built him moro. ring?" said Hicks uneasily and with a 'stacks of straw to find the grain of dividual credit in bank and checks were Legislature for other and specific pur up a powerful machine, and uses it for "Why are the headquarters of tho scowl. The judge noUced both the No. 2. Beattyvillo to Louisvillo wheat,' but such has been the case with Arrives 7:15 a. m. Departs 7:20 ht6 own personal ends. He deolares drawn for his personal expenses and his poses. State Board of Health located at Bowl uneasiness and the scowl. us. "From 18S3 cto 1900 this fund ing Green? Why Board of Health's expenses from the are tho headquarters that all this was bronght out in the tes"I should Imagine they would ab No. 2S. Louisville to Richmond via "This investigation has brought out Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. same bank account. The checks which amounted to $2,500 annually. J. N. Mo of the State Medical Association at Bowl sorb every moment of your time, Mr. timony before the committee, given the fact that Dr. J. N. McCormack has I No. 33. Knoxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar hand you show you that this is true. Cormack's salary, from said fund, was ing Green? Why is tho 'medical maga Hicks," he agreed affably. from time to time. been running the affairs of the State "A man's got to be a hog for work rives Ij30 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m. Here are a number of checks signed by then 81,200 annually, and his wife's zine' published at Bowling Green? STATEMENT FOB UK. ll'CORVACK. Board of Health for over thirty years. to hold a job like mine," said Hicks No. 70. Stanford to J. N. McCormack individually drawn salary wos $150 annually. In 1900 the "I have proven that Dr. Arthur Richmond. Arrive IF SO, LET US Judge Lewis McQuowb, counsel for As the executive officer of the board he sourly. 3:00 p. m. on Matlock-Potte- r Trust Company, appropriation was increased to $5,000, partner, Dr. Lillian South, tho Dr. McCormack, in reply to the state' has handled or is accountable for five "But it came to your noUce that Dr. McCormack 'then increased his FIGURE YOUR meat lot Mr. liemsgton. wbioh was distinct and separate funds as follows: Bowling Green, to pay tbe Board of salary to 83,000 per year, and his wife's present State Bacteriologist, was first ap Miss Malroy has been in a disturbed No. 1. Beattyvillo to Louisville Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p.m read, before the committee, stated that Registration fees paid by doctors; ex- Health's 'expenses. Later I will show salary was increased in January, 1902, pointed for four years at a salary of $100 mental state ever since Mr. Norton's you more of these checks and what they per month; that one year aflcr she ac- murder? I am interested in this point, No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar the investigation had been a very irreg amination fees paid by applicants to 10 SJixJ per year, mamng j auo out ot a rives and Departs 4:54 p. m. were drawn for. cepted this at that salary the sa'ary was Mr. Hicks, because your experience is ular one, not authorized by a resolution practice medicine; reciprocity fees paid total of 85,000, exclusive of expenses. SHORN OF SOME rOWERS. increased to $200 per month; that when so entirely at variance with my own. No's 31. 37, 33, 27. 34, 23, 33. 32 ar of the Legislature, bat conducted under by doctors moving into this State from APPOINTS niS SON. "Under tho act of 1904, Dr. McCor she was appointed State Bacteriologist it It was my privilege to see and speak Daily trains. No's 71. 1. 3. 9. 10. 2. 7o a proteose of support to a bill to ohaage other States; students' fees paid by stu- mack was shorn of some of his powers. "In May, 1907, Dr. J. N. McCormack was recognizcUthat she was not qualified with her yesterday afternoon ; I was daily Except Sunday. tie manner of appointing members of dents entering medical colleges in Ken- One homeopath, one eclectic and one turned over his position as Sanitary In to holp profoundly impressed by the position; that Dr. McCor- - ness and composure." her natural the State Board of Health. Dr. tucky; appropriations made by tho Leg- osteopath were given places on tbe spector to his son, Arthur, at a salary of The judge mak sent her away on a 'qualifying trip however, he said, had in islature for the State Board of Health. Announcemcns board. A new regime commenced. $150 per month. Tho minutes show and that the people paid her expenses; smiled, then he leaned forward across n sisted that bo objection be made to the the desk. "What were you doing up was not appointed State m'coemack fees. Accounts had to be kept differently. that Arthur that she has never refunded said ex here early this morning hasn't a hog FOR SHERIFF broadest possible soope of the investiga"Many people did not know that every New friends had to be made Supposed Sanitary Inspector until August 23, 1907. penses. for work like you got any business ot tion, and had produced every record of Incorporated The Climax Is authorized to announce doctor in Kentucky had to pay Dr. Mc- enemies had to be placarded. No longer And Dr. Keller testified that Arthur has "In 189S, Dr. Smock was located in his own at that hour?" The Judge's hlmer Deatherase as a candidate for his office, aBd filed it with the commit Cormack a fee before he could register could Dr. McCormack claim all the not performed any services as Sanitary Near & A. Depot Sheriff of Madison county, subject to arren county. He was a member of tone was suddenly offensive. Telephone 425 ffl tee, and bad offered day after day to go and practice medicine under the old 'fees.' A division was inevitable. To the Inspector since he (Keller) had been on the Warren County Board of Health. He ".look here, what right have you tne action oi the Democratic party. over it with Mr. Harrington and give law; that every student who enters a discredit of Dr. Mayer, be it said, thai the board, and he was appointed in 1903; moved to Jefferson county and was im got to try and pump me?" cried Hicks. The Climax is authorized to announce him every possible assistance in getting For no discernible reason Mr. Cav John F. Baldwin as a candidate for medical college in Kentucky has to pay Dr. McCormack must have induced him that no report has over been made to mediately placed on the Board of 'Health at the very bottom of the facts. endish spat on his palms. Sheritr of Madison county, subjsct to to Dr. McCormack.or his representative, to present to the board on August 10, tho board by Arthur and that, aside of that county. He is the son of the Mr. Herriegton, he said, had neither "Mr. Hicks," said the judge, urbane tho action of the Democratic party. from assisting his father, he knew of a fee of $5 (formerly 82) before he can 1900, the following resolution: foster sister ot Dr. J. N. McCormack. and gracious, "I believe In frankness.' accepted that preposition nor had he We nre authorized to announce X. B "That the sum now on hand arising no service Arthur had rendered. Thus the machine works. gone over the record in such a way him- enter college; that when these students "Sure," agreed Hicks, mollified by JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison "Out of last year's appropriation county, subject to the action of the Demo--1 are graduated, each of them has to pay from fees of applicants, $100 shall be the judge's altered tone. self as (would give him the facts, and IN POWEll THIRTY TEARS. cratlc party. fund I find that the following money DENTIST "Therefore I do not hesitate to say IT Tl I We nre authorized in bad oome before the committee with a to Dr. McCormack, in addition, $10 be paid to each member as compensation ur. j. iicuormacK lias been in that I consider you a damned scoun COLYER a candidate for nnnnimr.of Madifore he can practice; that every doctor for examining and grading papers; that has been wrongfully used: Sheriff mass of groundless assertions, many of son county, subject to the action of the Lick, Dr. who comes into Kentucky from another the remainder, not exceeding 8500, shall "March 7, 1911, voucher in favor of power for over thirty years. Ho has at drel!" concluded the judge. Democratic party. which wore untrue. He said the treasCrown, Bridge ami Inlay work a expenses Mr. Cavendish, accepting the Judge's State has to pay Dr. McCormack a fee be paid to the secretary, Dr. J. N. Mc Arthur McCormack's in tended every session of tho Kentucky w eare liereov authorized to nnnminrp RHEUMATIC REMEDY urer's boks aBd vouohers, covering a SpeoMty. Bunco trial, six days, Louisville (J. N Legislature since before I was b rn, and ultimatum as something which must VAX li. UENTOX a candidate for SheiirT years, were prob- of S25 before he can practice in this CormacK, for services rendered. That ot Mauison uounty. subieet to .the action period of thirty-thre-e For 15 yean a Standard Remedy for Office in Bank Building. Stale. If I had time to ascertain ac of the funds accruing hereafter from claims to pay such rrosecutions out of nearly always at tho people's expense. debar Hicks from all further consld oi i iic uciiiocruiic parry. all formi of Rheumatism, lombaro, ably the most complete that had ever In 1903 I find vouchors for $237.80 cover- eratlon, and being, as he was, exceed 'practice act fund'l $47.80. We are authorized to goat, tore mutclet, ttiff or tirollen bees kept by an official, and with the curately what these fees alone have ag registrations, examinations and recipro ingly active and energetic by nature, S. Collins a candidate announce Jacob joints. It quietly relieres the severe All the for Sheriff of 'April 1, 1911, voucher in favor of J ing his expenses at Frankfort. resolution tiled as to minor matters and gregated since Dr. McCormack has been cal relations, after all expenses in ad if one passed over the various forms Madison county, subject lo the action of pains; reduces the fever, and eliminates details of theso expenses are not stated the poison from the system. 50 cents detaik accounted in the fullest possible in control, I believe it would be a sum ministering the laws have been paid, 10 N. McCormack, stenographer Bunce There are many similar vouchers for r of gainful industry, uttered a loud tno Democratic party. sufficient size to stamp out all the per cent shall be paid each member and trial, $70. a box at druggists. whoop and threw himself on the over way for every dollar that had oome into FOR COUNTY JUDGE "April 1, 1911, voucher in favor of J. number of other years when the legisla seer. Thero was a brief struggle and WrHe far a Free Mai Box the remaining 90 per eent shall be paid the hands of the State Board of Health hookworms" in Kentucky. Services Reasonable. Tho Climax is authorized to announce ture was in session; likewise hero is .' Hicks went down with the Earl of N. McCormack for Dr. Smock, 81.50. "The Legislature appropriates 830.000 to the secretary. Dr. Whitehall Megrlmlno Co. in all these years. II. C. Rice as a candidate for Countv 188 8. Lafayetf St. South Bend, Ind. voucher for 330 to pay Dr.LillianSoulh's PHONE. 83, or 481. 'Ap-- il 1, 1911, voucher in favor of de Lambeth astride of him; then from annually for the State Board of Health "This is the first dividend Dr. McHAD SUMMONED WITNESSES. expenses in Frankfort during tho 1910 his boot leg that knightly soul flashed Judge of Madison county, subject to tho and also provides that the public printer Cormack ever declared. He had been tective agency, S40. action of the Democratia nnrtv. Judge MeQuowa said that Mr. Uckler of formidable) 'April 1, 1011, voucher in favor of session of the legislature, although she a shall supply the board with all neces getting all the fees. Under the division Tho Climax is authorized to announce I x-- r I had summoned a large number sary printing, books, etc. All of this is process be was able to hold on to 30 per Bradley and Cureton, $150. swore she paid all ot her own expenses dimensions. UC V-- i4 (B. The judge, Yancy and Mahaffy, Judge W. ,R. Shackelford as a candi- of witnesses to prove the existence of a in addition to the 'fees' which tho board cent of them. He is still getting his 30 Shall we uphold a person who is willing "May 1, 1911, voucher in favor of to tho olllce of sprang from their chairs. Mr. Ma- date for machine controlled by Dr. McCormack, receives Since the last Legislature met per cent, although the resolution went Bradley and Cureton, $350. County Judge of Madison county, sub- - Ar iho 1srccr oll.-.n.,- n to swear like that? haffy was plainly shocked at the spec- ect "t- but was set supported by any of them the 'public printer' has expended over through many years ago, when few, if SURVEYOR 'June 1, 1911, vouchor In favor of "Here is a voucher dated March 17, tacle of Mr. Cavendish's lawless vio- Party- to tho action of the Dfimoeriitin er buy2rs ot cattle, hofs. sheen. except Dr. J. C. Mitchell and Dr. C. H. 812,000 for the State Board 1910. drawn in favor of J. N. McCormack any, of the present members composed Dr. Keller, Bunce matter, S9. of Health. lence. Yancy was disturbed, too, but county attorney Vaught, who had not furnished a single Iambs, and calves at the Cin solicago aof those its patron needing s "July 15, 1911, voucher in favor of for 813, covering railroad faro aud sloop- - not by the moral aspects of tho cage; the Board of Health. What splendid EXPENSES OF EOABD. vices of competent man. Address, fact to bear out assertions of the same we are authorized to announce judge Dr. Mitchell, three days' examination, er, when he swore ho was using a rail he was doubtful as to how his friend's in addition to the moneys which evidence of the altruistic spirit that ani $30. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. character that formed the framework of roaa anu alt eper pass in order to save act would appeal to the judge. He j. j. oitEE.NLEAF a candidate for County cinnati Union Stock Yards. mates the doctor. Mr. Herriagtea's brief. On the other come directly into the hands of Dr. Mc Consign your stock to them "July 15, 1911, voucher in favor of the people money. I also find vouchers FIRST DIVIDEND. hand, he said, men like Dr. L. S. Cormack as secretary of the board, there Blanton, for 'sleeper' in August and December of score, since the judge's one Idea was authorized to announce s. a. and receive the highest market "I hand you, gentlemen, the checks Keller, grading papejs, $20. to profit With his hands on his D We are as McMurtry, W. H. Wathen, W. E. Grant, are many expenses which the peopl Jones July 15, 1911, South, examinations, the same year, also January and Febru knees he by it. now bending a candidate for County Ps DENTIST was above the torney or Jiauisoti county, subject At prices. D. M. Griffith and others had testified nave to pay on account of this board showing the first dividend the doctor ary, 1911. Here are vouchers showing to SVOace id Kenn jti ui. , . two men. Last year it must have tost the people declared under the 'Mayer resolution. $30. that the charge that such a machine tne action ot tne ucmocratio party. inly favLtfME 19 August 1, 1911, Dr. Aul, examina that the people of Kentucky havo paid "What do you want to Snow, W e arc authorized to existed was not only groundless, but ot Kentucky at least 850,000, in addition You will see these checks are drawn by tions. $10. nnnminre T? TT Dr. McCormack's expenses to Cuba, Judge?" cried Cavendish, panting from CROOKE a candidate for Countv A ttomev that Dr. McCormack had framed the lo the $30,000 appropriation and the J. N. McCormack, individually. Each October 1. 1911, Kerrick, official ex Denver, Chicago, New Orleans, Wash hio exertions. "I ll learn this parrot subject tn the action of the Democratic pnny. ptea of organization upon such broad si.4,uw printing bill, to put the vital check is for $100. It is needless to say ington, Atlantic City and other distant to talk up!" aminer, $150. Wo are authorized to announce O. P. This ag that it was unnecessary for a check to lines as to make political methods im- statistics law in operation. points. "Hicks," said the judge, "it is in Jackson as a candidate for ttaeeesftor to HBnnn & Uennr "October 1, 1911, Berry and Graham to possible, and was supported by the pro- gregates $92,000 during the year 1911, be drawn in Dr. McCormack's favor. your power to tell us a few things we the ofllce of County Attorney of Madi Dr. Roe Blair, of Russell county, was Specialist fession so unanimously on account of the ana does not include the 'fees.' All of The money was already deposited in his Orer Stt Ban & Trot Company December 1, 1911, Kerrick, students' not given a license to practice until after are here to And out." Hicks looked son county, subject to the action of the up into the judge's face and closed Democratic party. years of effective work that he had given the 850,000 above mentioned was paid name. All lie had to do was to pay the TBLHPHONB J8S In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE the last session of tho legislature. Those examinations, $100. o aro in securing better health and pure food by the fiscal courts of the various coun other fellows. The money that re and THROAT of you gentlemen who were members of his Hps grimly. "Mr. Cavendish, Thomas II. autnorizeu a to announce August I, 1911, Kerrick, five months' Collins as candidate for kindly legislation and la freeing the State from ties,and not out of the Board of Health's mained on hand was claimed as his own Richmond, Ky the last House will remember Dr. Blair large let him have the poiut of that County Attorney of Madison coantv. sub Oldham Bldg. rent, $75. knife where he'll feel it most! quacks and vampires who had so in- money. If there is an epidemic in any and there was nobody to deny his claim 'i ject to tho action of the Democratic and. what he did to qualify himself ordered the judge. "Total, $1,003.30. "What 4became of Dr. Mayer, the fested it before he took charge. He locality the local officers handle the party. "All of the above amounts, if duo at while here. "Talk quick!" said Cavendish, with Attohsbyat-La- i said the testimony showed beyond con- situation and pay all bills. The Board man who introduced the 'dividend reso, SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE a ferocious scowl. "Talk or what's all, should have been paid from 'the FATHER AND SON. troversy that Dr. McCormack not only of Health does not spend its money that lution?' When his term expired h was Dentist We are authorized to announce TiKXIA to hinder me slicing open your wooz- - ..... v. iUOHMOND, practice act fund' and 'student fund,' KENTUCKY MTV I have been amused at some of the appointed Assistant Sanitary Inspector cniAtrc U UUIUIUULC IUI QU. stood in the front rank of his profession, way. Telephona 267 Derintendent of Public Schools nf Mmllnn and not from the 'appropriation fund.' sworn statements that have been filed en?" and he pressed tbe blade of his county, cilice over State Bank & Trust Co., a; subject to the action of the Demo but was recognized as one of the fore; "I want to show you where the money at a salary of $100 per month and ex The appropriation fund knife against the overseer's throat. Office in Oldham Buiidins: was not in- with you. Dr. J N. McCormack would party, cratic .josite Court House, on Main Street. oi tne board has gone, so far as I have penses. ur. thenar, ins successor on most heakh of&eials in the entire coun"I don't know anything about Miss GI enre the board, testified that he performed cluded in any 'dividend resolution.' It como in and testify to son Arthur's vir- Betty," said Hicks in a sullen wals Hrock a nflthnrlz.(I in nnnnnnr. been able to trace it. When possible try. candidate for Superintendent of I will be remembered, and there are tures. Arthur would then testify to his per. UU11C aCUOOIS or Nfllllltnn t:mintv anli. win give you the date of the voucher practically no duties and that the board I rOBE POOD ENEMIES. Then his part "Maybe you don't, but what do you ject to the action of the Democratic party and its number and amount. Some of let him slide at some indefinite time; many reasons wny tne iuna which sup father's many virtues. e are authorized to announce Prof He said k was evident that back of the puea tne diviaenus snouid be pre ner, Dr. Lillian South, would testify to moneys have know about the boy 7" Hicks waa Harvoy II. Brock a candidate for SuDor- - that he was dropped from the payroll, . this investigation there was some kind yuvu .1 r am - been Improperly ap- he knew not when nor where. . served as far as possible. Dr. J. N. Mc. the wonderful qualifications of silent, but he was grateful for the intondent of Public Schools, subject to auU going to asK you to re of "mubilical-cer- d connection with the port the facts to the Attorney The following provisions will te Cormack was not entitled to hold the father and son. I was touched by Ar Judge's question. From Tom Ware he mo action oi me Democratic party. General UBpeniteatiarcd scoundrels" who had for any FOR JAILER action that he may deem proper. found in Section 2320 of the Kentucky two positions which he hold from 1900 thur's pathetic tribute to his father's had learned of Fentress' Interest in "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. opposed the pure food and drug legisla Secretary of the board work when he referred to the work dur- the boy. Why should he shelter the We are authorized toonnminwmnAV i C shall to 1907. iou should also recommend that the Statutes: The questions I was in a very low state of health, and won i ur. vwiey lor so many years, for Jallerof Madison colonel was not able to State Examiner and Inspector should be be prepared by a committee of the board at $1,200 per annum and State Sanitary ing the yellow fever outbreak in Bowl- please, at risk of himself? "If you TAYLOR n candidate action of the Demo-- 1 county, subject to the Mr. Cavendish!" said the era tic pany. and that certain papers filed by Mr. Her-- required by be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon to consist of five members The mem Inspector at $1,800 per annum. One or ing Green in 1878. I havo here tho rethe Governor lo riagton were the same pipers that had and thorough investigation make a full bers of the board shall be entitled to re tho other of these salaries should be re- port of Dr. R. C. Thomas, or the Stato Judge, nodding toward the knife, We are authorized to announce Ci.vnE began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my of all the you didn't ask me about him," said KATBUiiN a candidate for Jailer of Mad been used in that unholy crusade and accounts. housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I Previous investigations have ceive 810 per day and traveling ex- funded to the State. Since he claimed Board of Health, made in 1873)" regard- Hicks quickly. ison county, subject to the action of the wbiob had followed Dr. McCormack in been panses for each day devoted to such ex he was working for the 'pittance of ing that outbreak of yellow fever in too superficial. Democratic party. I do now," said the Judge. am able to do my housework and to care for my his lecture tour from ocean to ocean, children, amlnations. uThe examination book. $1,200 annually, he should be required Bowling Green, and I find no mention of Wo are authorized to announce N?l He was here yesterday. m'COHMCACK "l'lTTASCE." and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough In closing. Judge McQuown said that which I hand you, shows that the fol to refund the 81,000 salary for the entire the valiant, patriotic service of Dr. J. "Mr. Cavendish" again the judge c.ot,n J as a candidate for Jailer of ur. j. McCormack stated under lowing number of examinations have seven years, that is 312,000. This makes N; McCormack. What a precocious boy glanced toward for the benefits I have received." it was never the purpose of those back Jiauison county, subject lo the action or the knife. of the probe movement that the Her- oath, at the beginning of this investiga been held since the Mayer dividend over $13,000 from tho appropriation fund Arthur was. 1 can see him now, a youth Wait!" cried Hicks. "You go to l"u "Braocra"c P"?. ragton bill would be passed by the tion that he had been working for the resolution: In 1900 four examinations. that should bo recovered, besides the of tender years, pecking on a typewriter Colonel Fentress." Wo aro authorized to announco W. 'Let hlm im Mr nnvomiieh. ti..ts I Joe Wagers.1 for Jailer ot Madison countv. Legislature, but that it was only de- "pittance" of 81,200 per year ever since 117 examined; 1907, two examinations, dividends" and other illegal expendi away back in the 'eighties,' when type.. a VUUldU tuu suoject to tne action or the Democratic signed to give opportunity to besmirch he became secretary of the board. He 85 examined; 1903, three examinations, tures that have been mentioned hereto writers were practically unknown, and all we want to know." Rni th i,, party. I find the 187 examined; 1900, two examinations, fore." the character of Dr. McCormack, and became secretary in 1883. when there not moro than two typewriFOR ASSESSOR to reflect upon him the intelligence and following minutes dated June 13, 1895: 150 examined; 1910, two examinations, TO BR CONTINUED ters at the Capitol in Frankfort. CHAEQES MACHINE. I can We nre authorized tn 'Upon motion tbe secretary was authoriz 21G manhood of the 3,400 physicians of all rUL,ArD n candidate for Assessor of I examined; 1911, two examinations. To prove the existence of a machine see mm assisting his father "villi all Madison Countv Ruliipf-- t tn tlt nHtn Cardui is successful, because it is made especially schools in Kentucky. He said that Mr. ed to use the fees for issuing certificates 123 examined. those diplomas, tho opening of which Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone me jjemocrnuc party. is often a difficult thing to do. The 'ma for Harrington had made several promises to physicians from and after January 1, women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. We are authorized tn nnnnitrc. W I? family 'two dollars per diplo- and live stock. HINTS AT SUIT. chine' usually possesses all the proof netted tbe tf IARMAN a candidate for Assessor of MadCardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains to give him an opportunity to see bis 1895, as his compensations for issuing The testimony, as well as tbe ex and it is difficult to obtain. The proof ma,' less tho deteo ive and lawyers' fee. ison county, subject to the action of the Dr. J. u McCormack wrote pense accounts, shows the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, brief in advanc, but that he had not same. lor education in Democratic party that each exami in this investigation has been secured in I can see him saving the people $1,000 a We nre ntitliorlzcMl in nn seen it until he came before the com- these minutes. At that time there was nation required three days. All five in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to the 5outh. very larce degree Irom tho McCor- - year with his railroad passes, when one a candidate for Assessor of ibiVKllSb a health and happiness. mittee, and consequently would make a large sum on hand that bad accrued members of tho examining board, at laaison county subject to the action of the The nest Conforenco for Education in uciuin;ruii; puny. macks themselves. It, therefore, must the best members of the Board, Dr. KelDr. McCormack ad each examination, were bo further attempt to follow in- from these fees. feeI tired dul, Md ler, who has been serving several years. tho South will be held at Nashvillo, JfHU-a-- f therefore enti bo conclusive. nervous, FOR COUNTY CLERK m sinuations and inuendos which had no mits that this sum had beea placed to because you need a tonic. Why not testified that if he did anything besides Tenn., April 3, 4, and 5 next. Tho rail om j.no unmax is authorized, toannounco Thoro is a wide difference between the credit of his individual account in foundation in the records or proof beCardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts an 'organization' and a 'machine.' One assist his father with tho clerlcaj work roads havo granted a rate of one and r.:b. 'i err ill as a candidate for the ofllce bank. LIFE NOT WORTH LMN6 in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test fore the committee. at Bowling Green he did not know of it one-hafare plus fifty cents. Tickets 01 CuntY Clerk of Madison county, sub-wi- ll is operated for public purposes and the These minutes did not provide that it for yourself. Your druggist sells CarduL Ask him. FINAL ARGUMENT. be nn sain fmm MnrMi nn t a.:i ject to the action of the Democralio other for private or selfish purposes. Dr. I have concluded that Arthur McCorthe fund which bad at that time acmack is a sort of 'standing army' for 5 inclusive, and will bo good returninz dies AdTisory Dept. Cnananoo, t Medida Co.. Chattanooga. Following an executive session of the cumulated be turned over to Dr. Mc- Is the way Miss Alt Abel . - WW'' f are authorized in nnnnunr. Ttna, of West McCormack has perfected a selfish 'ma urcuau mnoMi, ana DOOK. rioseTreataeat lor Women," stattree. J 55 "probe" committee Representative It Cormack. but that 'future' fees should Baden, Ind.. summed Bp her existence chine' out of tho State Board of Health. the great public health. Thus the 'ma to April 20. This will bo ono of the House a candidate fnr Pntinlv n..l. tn iuuiun county suoiect to tne action ol chine' works. S. Wilson, of Rowan county, chairman, be turned over to him. gicaiusu cuucauonai gatnenngs ever tfcmuciaiic parxv However, he after having sought in Tain for health- - It is moreover an old machine. No old held In this country- - Speakers of inter said; A "FHKTENDKB." had already deposited same to his in She writes: "I was a complete wreck machine Is a good machine. always tired, worn out and servous. auuonai reputations win ne on the pro FOR CITY ATTORNEY "The proceedings before the Ken dividual credit in bank. Later, on FebDr. J. N. McCormack appoints 357 'There is oue thing a Kentuckian gram. d A largo delegation should attend of say tucky Statuets Committee investigating ruary 22, 189C, the following minutes had to spend about We are authorized to announce MIITt. members of tbe County Boards of Health do"s not like and that is a 'protense ' from Kentucky. 30 3t RAY SMITH a candidate for Citv At. the State Board of Health was confined appear "Ordered that the unexpended time la bed. "VlnoL your delicious cod liver &B& Ho does not consult .tho members of the Dr. McCormack pretended to be working torney of Richmond, subieet to the action hearing lo the final argument fund arising from the certificate fees Iron tonic, was recommended, Fertilizer for tobacco beds at D. B. oi me Democratic party. and I State Board ot Hoalth in making these for the 'pittance' of $1,200 a year, when, for both sides and to blocking out the collected under the medical law be paid can truly say 37-it has dose me more appointments, although the law says in fact, he was receiving much moro bliackelford & Co.'s. We are authorized to announce T). M propositions to be incorporated In the j to J. X, McCormack as compensation good than all the medlelse I ever teee: they shall be appointed by the State than that, and was using his position We have enlarged our warehouse and can hana candidate for City At in ttaal report of the committee. The torney, subject to the action of the Dem for services, etc. Dr. McCormack te my life. That aerrous ami tired Board. The doctor, however, does con- Kmtucky as & stopping-ston- e dle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginto a na will file written report involving wrote tbeie minutes. ocratic party. He already had feellac Is all cose. I hare mtimei m sult the 'referees' in making these ap tional position, which required him to seng and Feathers that you bring. . RememFERRIELL the following propositions: streacth, mH I fori pointments. Tho. 'referees' are not State be away from Kentucky a considerable the 'unexpended funds' deposited in bis Beattk. flesa a FOR POLtCE JUDGE ber we pay the highest prices. "We buy Hides "First It will report House bill 74, own name in bank. The doctor says like aaetker person." CWe suaraatee officers, but are attaches of the State portion of his time. On the first niglit We are authorized to aimaunm J n Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Real this ts4isMaial to be Beautae.) Dykes for Polie. Juic of Rtehraoml. known as tho Herrington bill, adversely Medical Association. The said associa- of the investigation he pretended to file What YhMi did for M its Abel, we Bring what you have Oldham Building subjeet;to.th and will commend the present law ss to these fees from 1893 to 1690 amounted etiu of the Democratic tion has the power, under the preseat all th hooks aad vouchers, showing all party. , I HAVE FOR SALE THE the appointment of members of the to $4,977; that he expended in lawyers' knew K wilt do for everr a rous. law, to noaaiaate a majority of the State the money the beard had Ky handled since fees, detectives' fees, postage, etc , raa-epfaverwctlM4, tfrei, tarn bb4 We m authorized te Mnomra W T. Best Braces lot fcncs. Water Tmlr State Board of Health by the Governor. Hea-Hhkind InekleBtally this as he hd seeeBSeet weeaaa la tate vwiaHy. Board of with it He also conRe-.I "SeooBd It will submit in a qualified $2,577; that $2,400 was tbe net amount Utptkt Sor U kkvk of Madkfecry. . .. ' T l)lti!nn ... 1. Try a bottle of Yhtet with the m- - sociation publishes a 'magazine' and elim4 that an expert aecowntwt had GHOiNLEAT & tfERMNGTON reooBmendatlon the question of remov- he received. He files bo books or vouchparty. tlMt TOOT BMMMT wilt W handles a lot of the moaey. invMiIgi-j- and certified to the eerrect-tMt- s ing mm Health DertBMt frosa Bow ers. He says same have fees burasd. X K ee MX Ma tssl Lawyers The association is a geeVt thine fee the of all tb funds. It bow develops The C31mx k nuthoriMd u MOOSDS BCBXBB. lioc OtM to FnskforL At promt the deetor te eesfcrol. Ib fact, if he waats that the 'expvrt aveonntMt' waa a bank M. L. MIDDtXTOJT, Droffisi iSMpwimwmil John Jtefead m m mi CHKce in Douglas & Simmons' is Ofpami tko Mfe ruMwl "We nsMtBeecst bis shsnugst loiwtM rer mm ono of rolixn JbcIm of to 'oofctrol' his position on the State in Bowline Qnm BHilding on Second Strert for many years "TUaa Tb owHl um uny or KMiinaod, mbjrt to the acwill ay sis wm vry Richkobib, Kr (torn Beard of Health he bad better oontro Dr. MoCormack kept oa deposit the poo-4nnf opp. Court Houae tion of the Democratic party. RICHM NO CHARGES MISUSE OF H. C; JAMES JTATE FUNDS WANTED Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. i Makes Serious Reflections on Says Health Secretary Refuses to Alleges "Machine" Lxists Statement Associatton. t. M'CORMACK'S COUNSEL TALKS Wil-mut- h, STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. OIE OS A TRIAL PHONE 251. o Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, -: :--: Mid-nigh- The Prodical Judge State Normal 8-- 4- a-- I Goin g to Build? I ij I g I 1 I I H I Lumber ium L Whitehall's BLin-co- company S j. RHEUMATI " R L PATRICK Paint Kentucky JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Her-risgt- horn-handle- d lr H, DQTY, " 4arryM W. S. Norris. R. Emmett Million Dr. M. Dunn DENTIST Dr. Robt. C. Boggs 1 - W-- m I lth My Doctor Said t: c-- - L, ... ! Cardui wrdt fe-l- The Woman'sTonic lf 1 I I se one-thir- Big Prices For Hides at uut-jMAUii- com-raiU- ee J. T. Estate Agent . bn Richmond, f 1 1 pfcys-ieiaa- rwHtu hry few, ht, M. WIDES Phoa33 KENTUCKY . ?ji 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 rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new- - every NewSpring Suits Tlie Kenton Make We announce "Ready" with a most unusual collection of new Spring Suits. Of course they are the Kenton make; for we have yet to find its equal for all that go to make up desirable clothing, namely, Fit and Style and Quality. A Kenton Suit is tailored to fit when you buy it, and to keep its shape when you wear it; the colors retain there fresh new appearance; the fabrics stand up under the hardest service a Kenton Suit satisfies Spring fashions are shown in every attractive shade of Tan and Brown and Blue and Gray solid colors or mixed, in styles and models to suit men of every age and taste. Special designs for the stout, the slim, the tall, the short we fit men of every build "THE KENTON JUNIOR" Suits for Boys Our Kenton Junior Suits are tailored with g all the care that marks our Kenpains-takin- spring. It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. the same regard for Style and Fit and enduring Quality A splendid collection of the newest spring styles in the most attractive colors is ready for your inspection; and, we respectfully suggest early buying for best selection ton Suits for men Kenton Juniors range in price BENNETT and H I GG I N S Kenton Suits are high in quality, yet reasonable in price DNDER AKING WASTID-AGT- $5, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00,7.50, 8.00, 8.50, 9.00, $10.00 Other Suits $3.50 and $4.00 $15.00, 16.50, 17.00, 18.00, 20.00 i I i IYE MAN IN EACH LOCAUTY To Join this Society. Sick, accident, death benefits. And introduce our Memberships. All or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. Every Member secured gives you a steady monthly income. Experience not needed. Write Covington, Ky. for plans. Box JI-29- 3, LOCAL AND j OTHERWISE Headless Items Prepared lor tlie Hurried Header. 22.50 and $25.00 Other Suits $10.00, $12.50, $14.00 SPEEDWELL SHOES tf Black Cat Stockings Stand Up Where Others Fail Made for strong, healthy, hustling boys. Tripple heels, toes and knees. They are the best made. Try them once We are authorized to announce P. S Tobacco Land For Rent WHITLOCK, a candidate for the office Tor. acres lotmooo land for rent. Ap of Assessor of Madison county, subject , to J. W. Zartee Grain & Mill Co. 10 me action oi tne Democratic party. Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy does the 30-work Wines' Drug Store. For Rent. Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone The rcsideoe ea Summit recently, oo-- r. and live stock insurance. tf tod by Cap. Sfeert for remainder of Stacy Adams shoes best made 35.50 .car Electric light, water, stables, etc. Jose Baxter. and $0.00. Rice & Arnold. Hi'' 10 Speedwell Shoes have given better satisfaction than any other shoes we have ever sold more praise and less complaint from those who have worn them We show them in Tans, Gun Metals, Vici Kids and Patents, both low cuts and high shoes, in shapes to suit all men, young and old We strongly recommend them. Price Eggs For 5ale. T 3f New Spring Styles in Hanan, Beacon and $3.50 and $4.00 Walk-Over Shoes Largest Everything for the boy. Reck Eggs. Setting Perry's Malt Extsact builds up your Pbetie 151-system and tones up your stomach. Mhs. T. M. Oldham. - J" Richmond, Ky. If you are interested in baseball, at tend the meeting at Masonic Temple to Lost Pocketbook. night. lack peoket book containing Sc You can get the best Tobacco Fertil .' :. t is and silver. Call at Climax izer for your beds at D. B. Shackelford c''c where ii will be identified and 37-& Co.'s. 8S-J. .rred Plymouth 13 fur 75 cents. 5. j 132 Dressmaking Mrs. W. N. Wheeler Tales Creek Ave. Phone C81. tf and most complete stock of men's and boys' shoes in Richmond Hats, Underwear Shirts, Collars, Ties, Caps, Shoes, largest and completest stock to select from The girls basket ball team, of Paris. will play Caldwell High School, Friday Tin-- . Clixax sHoU$ tho horse and evening in this city. i. r. cards for the of 1912. Wo Old corn 84.25 per bbL by the load. e all varieties of fine cuts and can .' your taste, ho matter what you may send your order to Arnold & Simmons. Our tf u'sire in this line of printing. jces will please you and we guarantee Come to Owen McKee, Richmond itisfactory work ia every instance. Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others ( ume in and leave your order before the do and why not you. tf 'j-.1- i begins. The ideal tonic to straighten you out is a bottle of Syrup of Hypophosphites Commercial Club. from Perry's. The regular meeting of the Club, due Vote for R. B. Terrill for have been heta last Monday night, to the office of County Court Clerk. He v. as postponed on account of Dr. King's dure at the Normal chapel. Mr. will appreciate an endorsement of bis tf Hunter, of Versailles, who was to have present administration. . en present ami addressed the Accidents will happen, but tho best ( ul on "BuiMing and Loan Assooia- - regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' .as." will oome at some time in the Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. Two r future, the exaot date to be an sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. lm . 'Unced later. D. A. McCord's residence to be Sheriff in Burnamwood will soon be Route. erectedheadway. The contract has been Queen & Crescent under Reduced fares to Cincinnati and re let to Messrs. Bowman Bros, who will .rn. account "World ia Cincinnati," a begin work as soon as the weather will " osionary Exposition of interrst to all. admit: T cWcts on sale March 11 to lS.inclusive; You judge a man not by what he s to 20, inclusive: 25 to 27, inclusive, promises to do, but by what he has arij April 1 to 3, inclusive, good roturn- done. This is the only true test Cham . 7 within four days, inolnding date of berlain's Cough remedy judged by this Agent, ? ' Apply to nearest Ticket standard has no superior. People every 'i.rcn & Crescent Rente, for full where speak of it in the highest terms . . of praise. For sale by dealers. mG-l- Attend To It Now. COVINGTON and BANKS Caldwell nigh Schools girls defeated Dr. C. E. Smoot has moved his office the fast aggregation of basket ball playfrom the Collins building to the hand of Friday night at Cald- Commends 5 late Board some new front rooms in the Clay build ers from Corbin Health. game was excitwell gymnasium. Tho ing on West Main street. ing from beginning to the end and reJenkins-Isaa- cs Osborne: Mrs. Tommie L. Osborne The marringe ef Charged With Bootlegging. sulted in a score of 8 to 5 in favor of The following is a copy of tho report Miss Lena Rivers Jenkins to Mr. Sher died suddenly in Cincinnati Tuesday of which was'filcd by tho committee: man F. Isaacs was celebrated Thurs- last week, while on way home from Hot John Singleton and sister were brought Caldwell "Wo, tho committee on Kentucky day morning at 10 o'clock at the home Springs. She was the widow of the late W-r,ruu to this city Thursday from Berea by .n- ijcimiu ! Statutes, by whom an investigation of of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Oscar Osborne, of this city, ner re Deputy Sheriff William Johnson, Farm work is somewhat behind fori tho State Board of Health of Kentucky . Jenkins, on the Jack's Creek pike. It mains wero brought to this city Wed charged with bootlegging whisky. They this tcason in Madison county, but thero were placed in jail but were later re is nothing to be discouraged about from has been conducted and completed, beg was a beautiful home wedding, the Rev. nesday, and were interred in tho Rich to report that we have hold numerous W. I. Peel, of Nicholasville, officiating. mond Cemetery Thursday morning. leased on bond. this fact, if tho farmers are prepared to ittings and have heard testimony offer and only relatives and intimate friends good weather Green-leaf- : take full advantage of tho The death of Mrs. J. E. Husband and Wife. ed by and for both sides of said investi being present. As the bridal party which may reasonably be expected this gation, and have heard the able argn Greenleaf caused daep sorrow among a Husband What fine biscuit you have passed dotvn the stairway and entered month. mcnts which wero presented in the sum- the parlor Miss Fairy Ballard played host of friends. For a week previous been having for ho last few days, have ming up of the great mass of testimony the wedding march, and during the to her death she had suffered untold you changed cooksT Have You Noticed agonies from burns which she received not Xo, indeed. I have Wife how many men in town are wearing adduced to your committee, and tho marriage services there was low sweet changed cooks. Don't you remember clothes tailored to order by E. V. Elder's conclusions reached by your committee music. The bride is a charming girl, while standing in front of her gralo It telling me to order "Mary" flour next Chicago tailors, Ed. V. Price and' Co? in said investigation are as follows, pretty, attractive and a favorite with all was at first thought she would recover. everything 37-who kno.v her, while the groom is a but complications arose and time? Well, I did. Can so many well dressed men all be done was in vain. Deceased was Miss "First We beg to report that it is the prosperous young farmer and is in every mistaken? If you are one of the few Ida Jennings, before her man iage. and 5tore Robbed. who has not caught on to their reason conclusion and finding of your commit way worthy of the young lady ho has was fifty-si- x years old. She was a woof 74 in connection won for his wife. Mr. Homer Jenkins, Burglars entered the grocery store for weiring these clothes it's time for tee that House Bill No. with whice this investigation has been brother of the bride, and Mhs Hazel Az- - man of noble character and Christian Sewell & McKinney last Tuesday night you to investigate. held, should bo and the samo is hereby bill were the attendants. Immediately graces and was much beloved for her and succeeded in getting away with New line of Manhattan shirts for eported with tho expression of opinion after the ceremony and congratulations gentleness of manner and many other several dollars in small change, which lovely traits that endeared her to her that samo ought not to pass. was extracted from the cash register. spring wear SI 50 and the happy couple left in an auto for Rice & Abnold. "Second We commend tho present Berea, where an elegant dinner was friends. Besides her husband, who is Entrance to the store room was effected citiNo clue law rclativo to tho appointment of tho served at the home of the groom's sis- one of Richmond's most honored by picking lock on front door. Something New. zens, she is survived by one son. Judge has bsen obtained to the guilty parties. Mr. Gilbert Grinstead, the Cabinet members of tho Board of Health by the ter, Mrs. J. R. Baker. On their return, . J. Greonleaf, and one daughter, Miss Man, will have on exhibition at Hurst s Governor as being effective to the end of they will go to housekeeping in their Van Greenleaf. To these threo the BIRTH5. securing efficient, capablo and reliable new homo near Million, which the grocery, on Main street, Thursday and extended. is sympathy tenderest continue for two weeks a lino of suc officials for the Board of Health of the eroom lately purchased. A host of Funeral services were conducted Fri State of Kentucky. us in extending best wishes friends join Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Evans, cess Cabinets, which every housekeeper day afternoon at tho residence by Dr. for a long and happy married life. COllilESDS BOARD. of Empire, Canal Zone, Panama, a nino Madison county should call and in D. H. Scanlon, of the First Presbyterian pound son Ho has been named for his spect. These cabinets are rat ana Third We endorse and commend Church, of which deceased was a devout The Woman's Club. I he mouse proof and aro very essential in the Kentucky State Boradof U salt hand uncle, Overton Chenault Evans. g member, after which her and proud father is a son of Dr. G.W. Evans every home. tho officials comprising same, as being The Club met Monday afternoon with remains were laid to rest in tho Rich of this city, and has many friends here conscientious, capable and vigiliant in about twenty-fiv- e members present. The mond Cemetery. Farmers, Attention who extend hearty congratulations. the execution of their important duties, program was a most interesting one, bo- Mr. J. T. Ackers, representing Pitts and wo recognize the inestimable credit ins a continuation of the study of Rev. George W. Shepherd, former Raid Moonshine 5 till. burg Steel Co., will give a demonstra to which they are entitled for their well French history. Miss Jennie Parkes pastor of the Baptist church, this city, Deputy Marshall W. O. Mays and tion of the strength, quality and dura- directed and judicious work in saving cave in a pleasing manner uurreni died Monday afternoon at tho home of Capt. W. T. Short returned Wednesday bility of the Pittsburg perfect farm and the lives of the citizens of the State of Events." Mrs. Geo. W. Pickels told in M. D. Royce, in Winchester. Mr. Shepfrom a moonshine raid in Estill county, garden fence at R.K. & R.O. Moberley's Kentucky. clear forceful style much that was herd recently underwent an operation at copper still. store. Mcberley, Ky., Friday afternoon, n We find that it ew and entertaining about tho Louvre the Gibson Hospital for fatty tumor and bringing back a Section Third. Everybody interested in would not bo expedient under present and tho Tuilleries. Dr. D. H. Scanlon returned to his home in Winchester apThe officers also destroyed more than a March 15. Tho plant fencing is cordially invited to be present. conditions to removo the Department of gave an excellent talk on Victor Hugo parently restored to health. Later he thousand gallons of beer. was in full operation, but the offenders Health from Bowling Green to Frank as a man, making him great in goodness was taken ill and again returned to this Attracting Attention city.where creeping paralysis developed becoming aware of the presence of the fort; but your committee recommends as well as great in novel writing. Mr. D. B. Shackelford will place in and the end gradually came. Realizing escape. officers made good their that such removal bo effected at such Stacy Adams shoes, Manhattan shirts, that death was approaching this splen his show window today or tomorrow a future timo as will not impair tho effi Stetson's hats. Three of a kind. Can did man, requested that he be taken to brooder filled with young chickens, Buys Fine Mare. ciency of tho board In its work, or im Rice & Arnold. you beat it? which have been batched in his store his homo in Winchester to spend his Judge George C. Moore was in Frank pose unnecessary cost in such removal last moments, and gratifying his wishes week on room. Tlireo weoks ago Mr. Shackol and the rcestab'.ishmcnt of tho Depart fort and Richmond during the A Surprise Party. ford set two incubators, in which he he was taken to that city Monday morn business. While in Richmond Judge ment at tho Capitol. Mr. Burton Faris, of this city, has ing. Many admiring friends in this bought tho nlaced about three hundred eggs, and Moore sold two horses and 'Fourth Owing to tne Increased ap hatch a large number of chick by his brother, Dr. Chris city, will grieved to learn of his death, heautiful sorrel saddle mare. Daisy, of secured a propriation recently made to the State been advised This is a very novel sight to most Faris, of Denver, Col., of the arrival at as during his pastorate here he won the W. W. Watts, for which ho paid $250. Board of Health, nnd the great propor of a son. The youngster has hearts of overyone with whom he of our citizens as tho young chicks in of his homo This mare is one of tho finest in Madi a great deal tion which the Department of Health been named John Michael, in honor of came in contact. He is survived by a of several tho window are attracting son county and the winner this Stato is rapidly assuming we would Several weeks wifo and six children, four boys and two of attention. his two grandfathers. blue ribbons at Blue Grass county fairs. recommend that tha Stale Inspector and meeting of the Rich Examiner examine and inspect said De- ago Dr. Faris decided to give his mother, girls. At the time of going to press the Don't forgot the London Echo. Mrs. Alice Faris, of Klrksville, a sur funeral arrangements had not been mond Baseball Club at tho Masonic partment, and that samo be horeafter Damprise. He wrote urging her to come to made. Winchester Democrat Tcmplo tonight. regularly examined and inspected in tho make him a visit, Insinuating that it was samo manner that other State depart aged By Fire. City Council. necessary for him to be away from home Cooking Demonstration. ments and institutions of tho Common The Winchester Democrat was almost for a time and wanting her to be with Regular meeting of the City Council to attend a cooking wealth aro examined and inspected You are invited completely destroyed by firo Saturday demonstrstion to be given at our storo Mrs. Fans went at once family. "Fifth Your committee files here his a few days after arriving, Master was held in me uouncu unamoer. conflagramorning. The origin of tho and Thursday evening, March 7, vith Mayor 14. 15 and 10. and see how the March as part hereof, an itemized state tion is supposed to have boon caused by Jewell Stoves and Ranges cook satis with John Michael Faris put in his appear Rico in the chair and all councilmen expenses incident to tho defective electric wiring. Tho stock in factory with so little fuel. "To cook ment of tho ance, announcing ho was dolighted to present. The city officers made their by it in the connec job printing department was totally with a Detroit Jewell will save you mon investigation made meet his grandmother and had come to monthly reports. the County Attorney and recommends that an destroyed, as was also the typesetting ey", and mako your cooking a pleasure tion aforesaid, locate if they would treat him right and Jackson was present and called attention appropriation bo made for tho purpose machine, typo and other equipment in instead of a drudgery. he liked the climate. to the condition of the streets and side of discharging the indebtedness indicat the office. The loss is estimated at walks in the East End. The Street an expert in charge of ed by said statement of account Thero will be 83,000, which is covered by Insuranre. this demostration that will show you A Compliment To Committee was Instructed to take the re"All of which is most respectfully Sir. Steve Vaucht. formerly of Tiie many interesting things about how to matter up and make the necessary re Woods. nortcd. Frankfort. Ky., February 28, Climax, is editor of The Democrat, and onarato. and care for your Ranees, also pairs. As sooo as weather conditions 1912. Two members of the city council of will admit all streets in the city will be his friends here hone he will soon have how to save fuel. "You will bo woll B. S. Wilson, Acting Chairman; John Shelbyville came to Richmond last week his 'plant in running order. looked after. It was explained that paid for the time and trouble of coming1 A. Polin. W. A. Price. S. F. Reod W, to investigate our system of city book during the long severe winter the streets stovo Ten-Ye- ar Success. The first five parties buyingwill get tho V. Perry, W. S. Smith, M. O. Kirk." Pool a keeping, saying they had heard it high could not receive the proper attention. during this demonstration ly spoken of. Mayor Rice and other Street Committee reported that a con With thirty counties represented out up and connected free, also set Carpediem Entertains. iho District Board stove city officials extended them every court- tract had been made with Mr. P. H. of a total of forty-sir-, will bo given the first months gas free, goln? over Moynahan to supply rock, for the next of tho Burley Tobacco Society met in On Friday evening, March 8, at 7:30, esy and after carefully will give free with also tho demonstrator Lexington last week and canvassed the Carpedlm Literary Sooiety of Nor the system by which our accounts are two years at $7.50 per rod and that rock aeh stove or ranso sold during this tho pooling camkept, expressed themselves as much was. on hand ready to spread. sociereturns from the ten-yeThe demonstration, an elegant kitcLon set. mal School entertained tho oth paign, showing a total of 105,283 acres nonsistinc of of tho Institution. Quite an inter nleased. in fact they pronounced our Police Commltteo was authorized to l articles. You ties pooled. The acreago pooled by twentyesting program had been prepared hy system perfect and will at once recom purchase a new police wagon at 3193 00. can see one of tho set in our window. This Two arc lights were' ordered, one" at So mend Its adoption in Shelbyville nine counties was reported as follows: Don't forgot, the time and place, Mrs. Dean. Faculty AdIser of the Woods for Anderson 3,930, Bracken 9,920,. Bour Lunch served freo from 8 a. m. to 5 p, ciety. The program was varied and in' is a compliment to Third and Water and one at Oak and bon 8.000. Carroll 200, Casey 1,020, m. You are urged to attend. teresting, and the evening was a pro- it will be remembered that he Inau High. Building permits were granted gurated th syttem and it has been in Mr. Lee Uongleton to erect tnree r AlFranklin 10,060, Fayette 18.101, Flem Will cook a barrel of flour or 1,800 nounced success. It is noticeable that line 7.015. Grant 3.090, Green 200, biscuits with a scuttlo of coal, and will Under the competent supervision of Prof. ue here siace that time with perfect ienees costing about $1,000 eacti'oa satisfaction. I Garrard 427,Harrison 15,42C.Henry 1,500, lowwr Walnut street. Permit was grantbake a pan of biscuits "with a mornin; Roscoe Gilmore Stott there is a decided I Hardin 7.003, Jessamine 0,302, Lewis improvement in the Forensics work at "Suffered day and night the. torment ed the Xadisoa Milling Co. to wt in a paper. programs of Itahlnr 10,363, Mason 11,517, Mercer 0,402, n railroad switch at Its place of bwlnss."!. Nothing Richmond Hkatiso and Pmjkbino Co, Eastern and some excollent Montgomery 0,900, Meade 652, Metcalfe raay be expected in the future. until I wd Don'i OintaMt. Tin r- - A Bumbr of mvttfs of miaec iMpettDr. Russell' Do your corn hurt? 238. Owen 5,000, Scott 8,000, Shelby Gm- - mm wr talkad vr aad Ho A of. John B. Stetson's stiff aad soft bU sult wm laitm." Hon. John R. 13-1.M0. Trimble 6,323, Woodford 8,792, Cora Remedy. Try it. w 1 an I On motion the council adjourn!. & Aimi. rtt. Mayor. GirartJ. Ate. Kick $8.90 awl (4.00. Washington 740. Tot, 165,288. - In New Quarters. Basket Ball. HOU5EL COMMITTEE. - aririedl Deaths j ru:,i Democrats a munam P-i.- U You want Good County Government, don't! you? The only way to et it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of 2t the nomination for ounty Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition strictly not a matter of sentiment, friendship t he candidates for $2-0- i 38-td- m Tiie show this week lias boon way in Madison county to give a second term duty aV.vc the average, and will be for the to those officials who perform their wellduring the first term of office, and you st. half even better. The acts for the f half are Harley Morton, the Merry can mako no mistake by deciding to cast Minstrel, and Grey and Travis in the r ,mdy sketch, "Wanted A Cook." A excellent program of pictures com-- r cie the program for the week, which vid give us a guod show for every r iit, this week. Wc are also able to z nounce for the near future some spe- ,ai pictures, among them the inaugu-- r ion of oar fellow townsman, Gov-c-nMcCreary, "The Mystery of the -or re-el- Opera House. It has long been a Democratic custom or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experi ence and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THL BE5T? If that of any other is better than mine vote for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. J. J. GREENLEAF. your vote for R. B. Terrill for tion to the office of County Court Clerk. His record is open for the closest inspec tf ticn. Those who have heard Ralph Bing ham are looking forward with pleasure to his coming on March 22. Mr. Bing ham is probably the most versatile en tertainer on the American platform; he plays the violin and piano, sings ballad Va.ne-- ' and "Vanity Fair." poetry and recites dramatic, pathetic or humorous sketches in the most delightNotice. ful manner. To the Richmond people To the Superintendent and Teaohers of ho needs no introduction, as he has been here before, and all who have heard hm jladison County. jii are cordially invited to attend will want to hear him again. e meeting of the Eighth Congrcs Should Be Removed. ' ial Teachers' Association which will A number of citizens have called at Lawrenceburg; March 22 and acid at tention of The Climax to tho obstruc 'l 19:2. Tho good people of have hospitably opened tion of sidewalks in the business section ' .rUoors to you. A speoial program of tho city and other packages which been prepared for your entertain' are permitted to stand in front of bust In some cases the pave r,.t Friday evening at the Opera ness houses. use Oome and help make it one of ments have been almost completely 'I i, est meetings In the history of the closed and the public would experience considerable difficulty in passing. Not association. only is this condition unsightly, but J. W. Ibelakd, President. there are cases where dresses have been Stanford. Mas C. W. Kavanauou, Secretory, almost completely destroyed by coming in contact with this obstruction. renceburg. Law-r-ccbu- rg life-lon- Heal That Cut Trifling with cuts, scratches, bruises and burns is a dangerous occupation. Any one of them may develop into something very threatening to your general health. A few applications of Healing1 Salve is about the best and most sensible iking you could do. An applica tion of healing salve prevents infection, affords protection, stops the stinging and helps the skin to recover quiekly from such injuries ' Perry's Drug Store Telephone 75 n NEW DECORATIVE OPERA HOUSE Thursday, Friday and 5aturday Nights Tonight Picture The Wrong Glove Mary Gray Singing: Character Monologue WALL PAPERS Our new spring goods are all in slock, and include all the new creations, including Cut Out Borders and Decorations with Cretooce t Meal w to match, Panel Effects, permanent Imperte4 a large assortment of the cheaper Grass Cloth Papers, and grades from Acts for Last Half of Ex-May- or Week Harley Menea Tho Merry Mtasiret Gray aad Travfa s ia the comedy sketch "Wanted, A Cook" -- up in price. k Single RtU- -8 Yards Mangel and Gallan ComedyIIbop and DotII. Stick Experts A" Coming Soon The Mystery of the Matao Remember we sell you Piclurot A. Tragedy, Borders they match. Ste Price as Papers eiuht-usefu- at Sea Pictures Thursday McRankln, '49 A Branded Shoulder - H rss We will hang your paper and do your painting at the lowest price. Only first-claworkmen employed Paper Hanging and Painting Friday Sfceepsiaa's Triumph The Stuff Heroes Are Made Of alircr,raiits WilioioG nCtttXS, Ttwmm Mi MdMirnrs 10 cents Satsctfey Yhde tfet S Wet Out Bitty' LMtSpra BP-- Why Not Build a Home This Year And let mark the beginning of your fortune and a new life? Nothing on earth gives a family standing in a community like the ownership of a nice, comfortable home. . The winter is a good time to perfect all the little details and we've a good warm office, with experience in planning homes, also lots of lime at your disposal to help you 19 J 2 Taking After Stock AND get up a suitable plan and talk over the lumber you will need. Come in and let's figure it out together, and see the various kinds of lumber 'j . that go into a building j Shingles, Etc Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Corner Orchard and Todd Edwards Lumber Co. -Main-s- t Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky Month End Sale BUSY BEE CASH STORE This will beat any Month End Sale you ever attended. Not only will you find Remnants of all kinds of goods put out to close at a price from our inventory, but you will find the largest, freshest and neatest stock of Spring and Summer Goods ever seen in Richmond, and Low Cash Prices will be named on them during this sale SAVE THEIR WAGES AT THE w. I Medical Book Free a plain lancuiffe, this wonder1 onhappj weddi Thrifty Convicts of Minnesota Prison Hoarding Earnings. Some of the Long Term Prisoners at Stillwater Have Balances Ranging From $1,000 to $1,500 to Their Credit. St Paul, Minn. While tho capitalists of tho country have patronizingly Illustrabrings healt and happiness. !00 pages, "IX I only knew the secrets of advised young persons to "save their tions, c&rar else. Written by master specialists. life betore." pennies and be rich some day," the Seat Iras la plain wrapper, tecorelj staled. Write lor it toCajt prisoners at Stillwater penitentiary HEIDELBERG MEDICAL INSTITUTE "W will spare yon the penalties of your ignorance and I oily." have been biding their time, hoarding 11 .ait 5th Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio The Leading Speciallsta. fiTiftTrrg their small earnings until many of Keil Iwtltut. tm Clrwtnn.U wUcwMw Omir them have sums ranging from $1,000 to $1,500 to their individual credit according to the report of a visit to the Real Aristocrat. Ship's Adventurous Career. institution made by J. R. Swann, a Some seed store windows display member, and J. C. Matchltt, secretary The old Teseel "The Seal," In which the Norwegian skipper Relnersten re- cars of corn that would arouse a gen- of the stato board of visitors. The re cently sailed from Blddeford, Devon- ealogist's envy. It would take the re- port was submitted to Governor Eber- shire, for Durban, Natal, has an Inter- search of a lifetime to unearth a pedi- hart esting history. Originally known as gree of as many generations as that The report does not say how long "The Parreyor." she was built at corn can boast "Seed com raised 43 these particular prisoners have been Southampton in 1810 to carry provis- years in succession by Mr. Thompson confined in the penitentiary, but some of Brown county. 12 years before that light Is thrown on their saving ability lying at ions to the Made of good English oak and by Mr. Thompson's father, and 14 by the following paragraph from the lined wKh copper, the vessel was sold years by his grandfather," says the report: later to Captain Thomas Masters, who accompanying history. There you "In December, 1911, the 66 men stripped off the copper and put her are 69 generations of one corn family employed in the farm machinery diviin the coasting trade. During a great without a break. The comparative- sion received an average pay of $4.85 storm in 1E23 the Purveyor was driv- ly few generations of the human fam- a man; the 205 men In the shoe factory arisen from hor moorings at Poole, with, a ily that make the received an average for the month of man and boy on board, and landed tocrats seems plebeian by the side of $4.03 a man; the 114 men in the supthose ears of corn. port division (cooks, waiters, barbers, high and dry in a turnip field at etc.) received an average of $4.63 owner was compelled to The employ a number of navvies to dig each." Temperamental Husbands. Taking up the suggestion of Governa channel from the ship to the sea William Dean Howells, the new uni- or In order to float her off. Eberhart that some means be proworks is so well vided form edition of whose for state aid to families left in moddriving home his leadership in need by prisoners committed to work ern letters, was talking at a tea in houses and tho state prison, the re Dickens Was a Tidy Man. temperAuthors, as a rule, are not famed New York about the artistic tempera- port, referring only to the latter, says was an ex- ament "But the artistic per cent of the men Sot tidiness, bat Dickens its de- that "but five ception. "There never existed, I ment" he said, "has with all famous in state prison have families they charm. fects a think, in all the world, a more thor- novelist wayward wife were A lunching have left in need of 6tate aid." and his oughly tidy or methodical creature "This Is because the prisoners as a upset day The than was my father," wrote his daugh- one glass at Sherry's. as lady fluid whole are men of roving characters, of wine and ter, "Mamie." "He was tidy in every the toward him over the the red cloth who have no settled home and who, white way in his mind, in bis handsome and ran accordingly, have no one dependent graceful person, in his work, in keep- the novelist drew hastily back and upon them. mining his writing-table drawers. In his cried: How like you!' But five "In this connection," the report con large correspondence, in fact, in his utes later, he upset a glass of wine tinues, "a law enacted in 1909 is of he himself. 'How unlike myself!' whole life." Bat he could be a fidget special interest It provides for state also, as, for example, in regard to the then cried!" aid for dependent families of men in furniture in a room in a hotel. He the state prison. Families are now be might he staying only a single night, ing paid as high as $15 a month under Seemingly Not In Rejoicing Mood. hat If it did not please him he would "What shall we do, John," said the this human 1909 law." rearrange it all, always turning the farmer's wife, who had retained much Commenting on the recently estab bed north and soHth to meet his views of her sentiment through twenty-fiv-e lished prison for the. criminal insane of the electrical currents of the earth! years of married life, "what shall we at St Peter, the report says there are do to celebrate our silver wedding?" ten prisoners at Stillwater so ad' "Reckon up where all the silver's gone vanced in Insanity they are unable to Encouraging Matrimony. to la bringing up our family," grum- do work, while there are thirty others A Kansas CKy clergyman is be who are able to work part of the time. a matrimonial class, made up bled he. "Oh, no, John, it must the Then It adds: something real good and out of of sheet SO ooeples. He is very frank ordinary. "It is doubtless true that there are a I tell you what! Let us in tatktag about it, saying that his give a ban- sufficient number of criminal Insane object is to marry the yoeng people of kill tho fattest pig and the husband at Stillwater and other state InstitU' his congregation. He called them to- quet" "Maria," said how the unfor tlons to fill completely another such solemnly, "I don't see gether about a month ago, and said building as now houses this class of blame for that any man. of 23 or 24 who was tunate animal ise to years ago." what unfortunates at St Peter." twenty-fivmaking $66 a BOath ought to get mar- happened Conditions, from a sanitary and ried, a&d that any girl of 18 to 19 cleanly standpoint are excellent at BfeoeM take a husband. He formed Stone Soles for Boots. the Institution, the report says, add the society then and there and is An Inventor has hit upon a method ing: now delivering weekly lectures in of putting "In spite of the fact that the build what are practlcaly stone Butriaoay, od buying furniture, soles on boots and shoes. He mixes ings and general plant are old and out saviBg aoaey, rearing children. a waterproof glue with a suitable of date, the best is made of every disA MUle later the clergyman hopes to quantity of clean quartz sand, and advantage a fact that has given Warmany matrimonial knots. be tying spreads It over the leather sole used den Wolfer for many years the repuas a foundation. These quartz soles tation of being unexcelled." are said to be very flexible and prac Did as He Was Told. Jim was a new porter in the hotel tically indestructible, and to give the ROBBER AS CANDIDATE'S AID and he was putting In bis first night foot a firm hold on the most slippery surface. men-of-wa- 4SFrcPruciptlettS.lsecreltroU90tInuriace. rjont I Band weaxnesa down to your children. Uet uus book while it Is free and read it. Know yourself Ignorance berets misery, knowledge many I 200 Pages. . blood D varicocele, fcjdro- cele. stricture, elect, vox charges, nrtoarj troubles and rupture. It ;oa are married too should know the aecreu told In this book. It sot married yon ought to know before marriage. You Can't Afford To Waste An Opportunity Like This This sale will include all winter goods, all left over goods from our January Loom End and Clearance Sale, also the biggest lot of seasonable Shoes ever put out and offered at the low prices we are naming on them r Spit-hea- d. bluest-bloode- d 03 Park-ston- e. 0 b CO tt b m We Have 4 Large Tables Chuck Full of Shoes to Fit Everybody These are not old style narrow stuff that you can't use, but they are goods from the very best lots we handle. When we only have two or three pair of a kind we throw them out while stock taking and they were marked at half price and in many Come in and look these tables over. You are sure to find sizes and kinds to fit any member of cases less than half price your family at a ridiculously low price get your size before they are gone X a fx I & o ) 0 a z 0 s E g 0 to Mountains of New White GoodsEmbroideries, Laces, Muslin Underwear, New Ginghams, New Dress Goods New Silks, New Notions, Etc. will be included in this sale. dise 2 Of 01 We were favored with hundreds of underpriced lots of merchanby the manufacturers and importers who were anxious to make this sale a success. We go them one better by selling C these goods practically without profit to make new friends and give spring business a whirlwind send off cook-Sa- 01 EE D Ladies9 Our buyer for the Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar One-piec1 Ready-to-Wea- p c 0 05 two-tone- H Jim bad done all he was told and was getting on splendidly. "Call seventeen and Imr," commanded the night clerk as he looked over his call sheet. Jim obeyed. After he had been gone for a considerable time the clerk went up to seo II he had called the rooms deslg-aatet"Well," sighed the new porter, whom he found on the third floor. "I've got seventeen of 'em up, but I haven't started on the other four yet," at bis new and responsible position. It was five In the morning, and so far Z 01 Kansas Horsethlef Distributes Cards on Man Seeking Sheriffs Office. Where Superstition Stops. David Belasco, at a reception in New York, was discussing stage supersti tions. "An actor," he said, "will i.ever In rehearsal speak the last lines of a new play. His superstition won't let him. Superstition is a very powerful thing in all of us," he added, "but I have never heard of its preventing anybody from accepting thirteen lor a dozen." . Department has just returned from the Last and this department is overflowing with all the latest Tailor-mad- e e Dresses, comprising all the new weaves, Lnglish and French serges, plain and Suits, 5kirts, things in d whip cords, homespuns, manish suitings, imported Bedford cords, and excellent novelties, desirable fabrics. Lvery one of them approved styles, splendid shades, both tailored and trimmed effects. Any of these suits may be had Zl I Tf during our sale at from $ 0 to $25. One piece 5erge Dresses from $7.98 to $ 5. Tailored 5kirts from 1 U vlf Watch Repairing: defective or damaged wo take policeman who is running for sheriff, particular pride in doing tho work so the timepiece will bo as good WASH COAL TO ADD HEAT or better than when new. We do jewelry repairing and remodeling Kansas University Proves Laundering in the same way. Test us with Process Is Profitable Leaves No Clinkers. some piece you cannot use. over in Douglas county, so you could vote for Joe Dalley. He's a good friend of mine and is running for sher Iff," said a stranger who had just sold a horse to a buyer in Ottawa. With the verbal Indorsement he offered bunch of "Vote for Dalley" cards. It developed the other day that the horse had been stolen and that when the thief drove out of tho livery barn at Lawrence, where the animal was own ed, Joe Dalley, a police officer, offered the stranger his campaign card. "Sure, I know you," replied the man. "You're a good officer. Give me a Is a specialty to which we give bunch of cards and 111 distribute them speoial attention. No matter how through the county." much or bow little the watch is And the thief remained true to the Ottawa, Kan. "I wish you lived -- 0 EL DatnamfiAi VillVlllUWJl JL Wp TT V i 11 YY A 1 wave O fiA VlVl TIia 111V Nmir iVYT TViirtvc X IJLXIIgO CJit 1 11 O Hi 0 Jt I z 1 Children's Ready Made Dresses We have just received a very large shipment of Children's Ready Made Dresses, made out of ginghams, percales, galetea cloth, etc. They are well made and beautifully trimmed, sizes range from 2 to 14 years. These dresses are very much cheaper than you can make them and save lots of work and worry. Don't fail to see them MAIN STREET F. J. YEAGER FALLS LIQHTI THOSrjffl I Lawrence, Kan. Wash your coal if you want to get more heat from it That is the advice instructors and stu RICHMOND, KV dents of Kansas university give for keeping down the family fuel bill. The advisers have Just finished a job of washing a ton of coal. One hundred and sixty pounds of refuse was taken from the lot by the washing process and the remainder produced almost twice as much heat as a ton of un washed coaL Besides, the washed fuel left no clinkers, which form on grates, shutting off the draft and causing much of the efficiency of fuel to be One lot of ladies' percal home dresses regular $ .50 value, sale price . . . 98c One lot of ladies' muslin gowns, plain and trimmed, regular 75c value, sale price 39c One lot ladies' muslin pants, plain and trimmed, regular price 35c, sale price . . 9c One lot. about 50 ' dozen, children's 1 1 r,We have some splendid bargains to show Clothing you in our HAT DLPARTMLNT. While taking stock we found some broken lots of the most up to date hats in the store and these have all been put out on tables at less than half price.Don't fail to see them :: Clothing J lost Strikes Rich Ore. Cripple Creek, Colo. After working his claim for seven years and spend ing $10,000 in its development, Fred Johnson, a lessee on the Pride of Cripple Creek mine on Ironclad hill, has struck It rich. He has uncovered gold ore running $500 to the ton. "Kindest" Sheriff Dead. XJsbon, O. W. C. Davidson, 65, known as the "kindest sheriff in. Ohio," is dead. wear, skirts, gowns, match suits, combination suits, slipovers, etc., will be sold during this sale at greatly reduced prices Remnants of all kinds of mattings, price up to 35c yard, in lengths up to 6 yards, during this sale price for choice . 0c yd Mens', boys' and ladies' underwear at sale prices 1 muslin pants, nicely ruffled and.well made One lot muslin corset covers, all sizes, ranging in price up to 50c, sale price . . Our entire line of fine muslin under- 1 0c Our Large Basement Is full to overflowing; with all the best things in Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Lace Curtains. These are all new purchases tor our spring business. We will name very low prices on them during this Month End Sale. Come and see the biggest and best line of Carpets in Richmond. Don't be satisfied until you give us a look. You will get the new things and save money 1 9c have just opened the most complete assortment of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothing ever shown in Richmond. They are beauties. You can't keep from buying them if you see them. Prices during the sale will help you to make up your mind to buy. Come and see them We carry the very best clothing that is shown in this market. Our clothing is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. We Now here is where you can save money. Sale Now Going On and will continue for TWO WELKS. Don't wait come now while you can get pick and choke of all the new stuff Lndless Bargains in Notions and Hosiery Jsvrrie at, ISli, kf Iht su&ius Aarsrtiatac Beware of Ointments for Catarrk Mercury That Coat Co- - iterance the entering it throncb mucous sarraecs. 8ocn casts Ltrk shadows ahead for him who fails to articles sbanld nerer tfee ssed whole iitem when except on prescribe ption from the dams) provide fcr the future. By not doing so he violates tier win dorepatafcte trlciss, M you can Is ten foM to the food derlre Cstanfe Core, a natural, and mut pay the cost--th- e man without a bank suDatactnred fromF. teem. HslPs Co.. Toledo, 0 by J. Cbeney contains no mercery, sad is Uses Internally, accooet has dread ahead actios" directly opon tbe Mood u3 mucosa pos-sl- rw IME ss aerarr win sorely sad completely 3tror U seas of smell 22 Bank & Trust 0. of the irstcSB. In bajtec Hall's Catarrh Cere be sw jot get ta malar. It is taken Internally and made In Tofeso, OWo, by K. J. Cieney ft Co. Testis! free. Sold by DruasHtc Price, 75c per bottle. Tate Hall's Family Puis for eoatttysttes. sar-fac- W Richmond, Kentucky. If you are not a suWribor to Tax Climax, have your name plaood upon iU b gravis; list. " tf RICHMOND. KENTUCKY Oldham & Co