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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 20, 1912 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1912 ric1912032001_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 20, 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. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 38th YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1912 A Wasted Life. NUMBER 39 L. R. Blanton : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock Old Dominion Portland Cement and All Kinds of PLASTER MATERIAL. Comer Main and B Streets" Telephone 85 Stampede of Cattle North of Town. It Is Said there was considerable excitement on a well known farm hereabouts when several head of frightened cattle recently undertook to breaic down the fence that kept them of! the roadway. I But the Owner Said that his fence "turned" them in such a "kind, gentle, soothing" way that they changed their mhids in a hurry, but were in no way injured by the shock. That Is One big advantage in a fenco to repel the attacks of animals with just enough "give" to protect them, but still with the strength and that settles the matter that there is no getting through, over or under. stand-up-ability The Fence in Question was the and its record of wear and quality is well worth investigating by any farmer who wants every dollar of his fence money to go the farthest secure the most. American Fences are sold in weights weather-resisting larms," American "the fence ol a million and sizes for every purpose by D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. The other day a man was overheard soliloquizing. He was saying something JiKe tins: ".Not long aco I visited a cemetery and saw a talland costly monu ment glittering in the sunlight. I knsw the man who sleeps beneath. I wonder if in the world beyond the stars he found happiness. Ho certainly did not this side tne mendian. He gave his strength in the chase for gold. His schemes bv day and his dreams by night were of how he could increase his harvest. Ho never saw the sorrowful face of the widow in want nor heard the plaintive hunger. The birds sane cailv in the tree-top- s, innocent flowers wafted their perfumes to him and the sunlight danc ed across his path.butho heard nothing. The only music that ho heard was tho jinglo of tho gold as it dropped into his coffers. In the flush of his conquest and power ne was stnekon down, and now No other aid to the housewife sleeps on tho hill with the poorest. He is so great, no other agent so left behind no legacy of kindly deeds.no cherished wordsjof hope.no aching heart useful and certain in making for a friend who has cone. His cold has delicious, wholesome foods built for him a monument of cold and pulseless granite that defies the moans of tho wind as his heart dolled tho sobs of humanity. In tho democracy of tho grave there is no caste, and I say that made from this man wasted his lifo as much as tho d pauper who sleeps in the potter s field a stone s throw away. You judge a man not by what he promises to do, but by what ho has done. This is tho only true test. ChamNo No berlain's Cough Remedy judged by this W standard has no superior. People everywhere speak of it in the highest terms of praise. For sale by dealers. niC-lDan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclono and livo stock. If Boys Can Do It tf Conference for Education in Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclono the South. Livo farm boys under 18 years of age, and live slock insurance. tf The next Conferenco for Education in in Will county, Illinois, made records of tho South will bo held at Nashville, over 100 bushels of corn per acre the Tenn., April 3, 4, and 5 next. Tho rail past year. Tho highest yield was 117 roads have granted a rate of one and bushels and CO pounds, counting 75 These results one-hafare plus fifty cents. Tickets pounds to the bushel. will be on sale from March 30, to April were accomplished in connection with a boys' contest in which the 5 inclusive, and will be good returning country-wid- e contestants was harto April 20. This will bo ono of tho corn of thirty-fou- r The average yield of all tho greatest cducatiqnal gatherings over vested. Remember that photo she held in this country. Speakers of inter- boys in tho contest was over S2 bushels national reputations will bo on tho pro of grain per aero. Tho acres of all tho gave you at Xmas now gram. A largo delegation should attend contestants were measured and tho harvesting supervised by a committee of t from Kentucky. Will county farmers. All soft and unit is up to you sound grain was sot aside and did not A Religious Hen. enter into tho weight of the yields. This ) 10 --',12 a. m. Open The Millersburg correspondent of tho is a fine record and ono of which any Sundays i 2 - 4 p. m. Paris Kentuckian says: "Millersburg farmer might well be proud, says Farmpossesses a remarkable hen. The fowl's ers' Review. boys in a If thirty-fou- r peculiarity lies in the fact that she does single county can raiso an average of 82 not lay an egg on Sunday. Sho is one of bushel-per-acr- o crop, what ought the the best layers in town and never failed grown-ufarmer to do? AVith tho aver-ag- o to lay an egg on Saturday and Monday. corn yield of tho Stato standing at She seems to know, however, when Sun- 39 bushels per acre and the average of day arrives and comes down from hor the country standing at 27, it would look perch lato on that morning. Sho is the as if more boy farmers were needed. property of a devout Presbyterian lady, and this in itself may account for her Vote for R. B. Terrill for not laying eggs on Sunday." McGAUGHEV a to the office of County Court Clerk. lie Dr. Russell's Corn Remedy does the will apprcciato an endorsement of his 3G-present administration. tf work Wines' Drug Store. CHILDREN INJURED Ordinary Cathartics and Pills and Harsh Physic Cause Distressing Complaints. in the You cannot bo selection of medicine for children. Only tho very gentlest bowel medicine should over bo given, except In emergency cases. Ordinary pills, cathartics and purgatives are apt to do more harm than good. They may cause griping, nausea and other distressing after-effecthat are frequently Wo personally recommend and guarantee Rexall Orderlies as the safest and most dependable remedy, which we know, for constipation and associate bowel disorders. Wo have such absolute faith in the virtues of this remedy that we sell it on our guarantee of money back in every instance where it fails to givo entire satisfaction, and we urge all in need of such medicino to try it at our risk. Rexall Ordorlics are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may bo taken at any time, day or night; do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects. They hevo a very mild but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a regula-tiv- o tonic upon tho relaxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies commonly completely relieve constipation, except of course when of a surgical character. They also tend to overcome the necessity of constantly taking laxatives to keep the bowels in normal condition. Three sizes of packages, 10 cents, 25 cents,and SO cents. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Richmond only at our store The Rexall Store. Perry's Drug Store. over-carefts health-destroyin- IE M AT TRESS (name on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU WHATSTINSIDEOUiD'ON HAVE TO BUYJONFAITtirbCOME IrTANDJ LOOK THR OUG H3ElE-- i LACED DPENIHG a FOSTER ST EARN; IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSlDETHE Absolutely Pttrd Makes Home Baking Easy and ING RZAWxMm'm'ggm GUAWWSHVE TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET mm fees The only Baking Powder rum-soake- Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Alum Lime Phosphates i Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; Hot 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 mattrm out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted mto hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Aanding nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to af tkeir original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to JuSl the proper teiwio. so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it m peifeca relaxaone-sixth tion. Made in the beft qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT lf EXTRA CHARGE. Elected President Our popular circuit judge, J. M. Benton, has been elected president of the Clark County Fish and Game Club. The Judge is tho kind of man we like to see; is in for anything to make a community go. If he cannot sit in a case and listen to arguments from the legal lights of tho country, ho is willing to sit on tho banks of a stream, spit on his bait, and show the fellow next to him how to catch a striped bass or a soft shell turtle. Judge Benton is an aggressive citizen and has proven a valuable acquisition to Winchester. Jessamine News. Four Grades of Anchor. $10.50 ' S uperiority Style A. $22.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 i 30-3- When you buy a Stearns & Fosler you get the bo Mattr valn ficitt' Come in today and ask to see these exceptional MaUroMeau WH tk& them. A positive guarantee on eery Mattress. E- - A Stearns & Fosler is a veiy Comfortable and p The People's Stock Remedy At this season you should not be without a packago of The People's Stock Remedy; 25c and 50c. Cure that old sore, cut or wound by applying The People's Antiseptic Heal ing Powders. Sold by Richmond Drug 30-t- f Company. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone w. s. o. 136 229 R-- i tf PS l hustling Cash Store The All Heavy Merchandise Reduced to Remnants and Odds and Ends Prices Lower Than the Lowest Men s and Boys Clothing and Ladies' Cloaks and Suits Overcoats At Greatly Reduced Prices t , Reduced Prices on All Winter Goods $20.00 and $25.00 Suits and Overcoats for - $15;00 $25.00 and $3000 Suits for -12.50 20.00 Suits and Coats for 10.50 15.00 and $17.50 Suits and Coats for 7.95 10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Coats for 75c to 4.50 Children's Coats, worth from 125 to 8.50, for Ladies' Tailored Skirts lower for the quality than ever known - -. 15.00 and 17.50 Suits and Overcoats for 12.50 Suits and Overcoats for 7.50 10.00 Suits and Overcoats for 6.75 10.00 Corduroy Suits for Boys' Suits and Overcoats at equally low prices Men's Odd Pants from 75c up Big E Nuff every day Shirts for men with more goods in them than you have seen in an everyday shirts, price 50c . $12.50 10.50 8.50 i As our Custom-- we will offer high class merchandise , at?' a price to close out all cds lots and to m to-scr- ready lor Spring Stocks. ve If hot as advertised we wilf not ask you to buy. These. prices continue as Jong as advertised. We are anxious you to the mutual interest of both HAMILTON BROTHERS e si ii - . if..y..'. - ..... '3m Lr Mr. Con Taylor left Thursday for Cornado, Fla., where he will remain until May J. Mr. Taylor has been in Our Story in a Nut Shell " Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the as we constantly watch the market fpr new and worthy goods, and we Respectfully invite your attention to put miu-ute- line of - - Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "5mart5et" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Oa.ll and see us as we are now ready to take care of 3Tou on all Fall and Winter Goods OWEN MgKBB The Richmond Climax. corr of The Supplement, DeLand, Pla., Clarence E. Woods, editor and publisher, has reached The Climax. This is tbe first issue of The Supplement rBtlBlD ETERT WDIB81T IT gotten out under the editorship of Mr. paper has enjoyed a con TDE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Woods, yet the years. tinuous publication of twenty-tw- o (Incorporated.) That Mr. Woods will keep the paper up to its present high standing goes withPres. awl Mgr. out saying, as he is one of the most A. D. Milter versatile writer of Kentucky's many Sec'y-Trea- s. W. G. While brilliant newspaper men. Among his friends here none wish him greater sue ASSOCWTIOI PRESS KENTUCKY cess than The Climax. A EIGHTH MSTMOT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. 11.00 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY. MARCH 38 1915 PERSONAL SOCIAL 1 tenia AND & The Keatooky Legislature adjourned Tuesday Migiit after a sessiea both profitable art toterertg,aBd it oan be said Mrs. D. L. Cobb is visiting in Lexing without itoe least eadiveoaUea that ton. tbe General Madison's rapreseat&tive Miss Gary Rice left yesterday for a AseeMblr. Ilea. L. B. Herrwgtea, did visit to mends in Nicholas vine. hiateelf proud aad served well his Dr Jesse B. Edwards, of Corbin, w Of course, there is sever a ia Richmond Monday on business. seme-bod- y Lagidatre that steels without Millinery display, March 23 and 29 at -fcitsekiog" n tbe results of its Miss K. v. bohmidt s, becond street-su- it labors, and while The Climax believes Miss Henrietta Luxon spent the week mistakes were ad,it ako believes that end with Miss Musttle Veatch in Frank the present socrion will go down is fort. history as Me of tbe best. The greatMrs. Robert Harris and Miss Tommie est Mistake made, as viewed by The Cole Covington spent Sunday in Lexing Cum ax, was tbe defeat of Public Utili- ton. Attorney Clarence Miller, of Irsine. tbe Democratic platties bill, a plank form that bouhi have been redeemed was a visitor in the city several days test week. at all cost. Another, tbe drastic Mrs.ThompsoBK.Hamiltonand daugh wbteb i some of i!s bill, ter will return today from a months' is, ta oar jdgmeat,uBreasoBable. visit in Florida. Ko ae oaa doubt tbe sfeteerKy of TnE Miss Turley has OuxAX regarding hs past aad preseat from a Elizabeth Miss Evelyn returned visit to Clark in option question, but UMOHmati, Ohio. staad b tbe leeal in this iastaaoe we believe tbe LegislaMrs Jack Hutsell, of Winchester, at ture has made a mistake which will re- tended the funeral of Mr. Green Turley, act la a detrimental way ta tbe oase of in mis city, Thursday. We trust, however, tlik temperaaae. lion, liucn Hidden, of Irvine, was in act will prove a paaeeea that will briag Richmond Monday attending to business ana snaking Hands witu mends. about tbe desired results. Miss Emma Hendren. of Richmond, Herrieftou took a decided stand on every question that eame before tbe is the guest of Mrs. J. G. Johnson in Lower House, aad was oae of tbe most Moreland avenue Harrodsburg Leader. Miss Bettie Harris, of Speedwell, who agcrossive members of tbe General Assembly, and is deserving of the en- has been spending the winter in Pla., will return home Thurscomiums that have been heaped upen day. him by his many admiring friends. It Miss Flossie Hostetter, of New Richcan be truthfully said that Mr. Herriag-to- a mond, Ohio, and Misses Mary and Grace is endowed with all tbe attributes of Johnson, of Berea, are visiting Mrs. a model legislator brains, courage, Saat Bush. energy and independence, and on behalf Mr. and Mrs. James R. King, of Covof bis constituents we extend to him a ington, are expected Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. James Blount and Mrs. hearty woloome home aad Join with Alex. N. Warren. eoBgratutotvons. those who would extend Mrs. C. D. Miller is in Lawrenceburg, where she was called last week by the serious illness of her brother-in-laIt is nothing sew to hear of efle violating tbe platform pledges, bat it Rev. P. F. Adams. Mrs. Kate Scrivner, of Richmond, is remained for Auditor Henry M. with her mother, Mrs. to sot only work against the Pub- here who is not expected A. E. Scrivner, to live but a lic Utilities Oommisstoa Bill, promised few days. Estill Herald. tbe people in tbe lost Democratic platMr.B. L. Hubbard, of Berea, will leave form, upon wfaieb he was a candidate, in a few days for Chattanooga, Tenn. He but to actually boast of tbe fact after will spend the summer and most of next its defeat in tbe House. Ko criticism winter in the South. Mr. Bon M. Todd, of this rnnnfv. will oan be made of Governor McGreary, as be did all he eouid to oarry into effect go to Winchester about April 1 to take store recently bought this platform promise. The people, onarge oi a grocerythe hustling departby his brothers, however, should, and we believe wilt, ment store men of that city. remember Mr. Kosworth's attitude in Miss Mayday Logan, of this issue four years from bow, when, and Messrs. Paul Fowen Nxholasville, Wallace we understand, he will again be a can- Jones, of Lexington, came anl to the over hop Thursday eveniig, and wore the didate. ML Storting Advocate. weok-en- d guests of Miss Cary Rice. Mrs. Thomas Jackson Bmith, of FayGovbrnor McGreabt has approved a Dumber of bills, anions the Dumber ette county, well known in tnis city, has many frieuds, together being the one to increase the pay of where she daughter, Mrs. with her A. K. Denny, General Assembly from left yesterday for a stay at Martinsmembers of tbe ville, Ind. 85 lo 210 per day tern-peraepro-vieiBos-wor- th of In terra t Xleftardiiift Home folk and Others, disposed for the past two months, .and be is making the trip with a viewoi recuperating. Among those from this city who at tended the burial of Rev. G. W Shep herd In Winchester, iV ednesday, were: Judge J. C. Chenault, Mrs. T. T. Cov ington, Mrs. s. tl. Thorpe, sitss Mary Traynor, Mrs. G. W. Evans, Kev. Tay lor, Miss Uoorgia Walton and lioen Lackey. Miss Edith Peel visited Miss Ruby Jenkins, near Forest Hill, Madison county, list week, and attended the weddiug of Miss Lena Rivers Jenkins to Sherman Isaacs last Thursday. Sowers' Galling Gun. Mr. L. B. Weisenburg has been in the city several days. Mr. Weisenburg and family will remove lo Richmond in the early spring, which will be gratifying news to the many friends of this popu lar family. They will occupy a house of Mr. C T. l ot s on the burnout. Mr. Thomas B. Sale, of Sherman, Texas, is a guest in this city of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Vaughn in Broadway. Mr. Sale is a son of Mr. Webber II. Sale, de ceased, formerly of this county. Mr, Sale left Madison county eighteen years ago for Texas. Mr. Neville Moberly returned last week from Hot Springs, Ark., where, with his family, he spent the winter. He reports an unusually cold and dis agreeable winter in that section. His family wilt return to lucnmond a little later in tbe spring. Mrs. R. E. Turley has many friends here and over the State who will be grieved to know she is in a Cincinnati Hospital, where she Has undergono a Mrs. ruriey is one surgical operation. of Richmond s most beloved matrons and best wishes are extended for her speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Broaddus, who have been spending sotno weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., will return homo about April 1. A p"st card from "Cousin" Pleas states that he and his wife arc greatly enjoying their stay at Hot Springs and that both have been greatly bcnehtied by tne trip Miss Helen Bennett, of Richmond, has concluded a visit to her sister, Mrs, Thomas Jefferson Smith, at the Frank Mr. George Hayden. who fort Hotel is attending Normal school at Richmond, came home last week lo wear off that lonesome feeling, but has returned again, looking quite happy and pleased he saw her. Frankfort iews-Jouma- l. Miss Tommie Francis has returned from a visit to her niece, Miss Edna Ballew, of Richmond.... Miss Margaret Shugars, of Richmond, is with the Misses Bertha and Bettie Walker Burn-sid- e Miss Allie Hendren visited rel atives in Kirksville the latter part of Mrs. Martha Terrill, of last week Richmond, is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Leavell. Central Record. Mr. and Mrs. Keats Speed will not make their home in Atlanta, (J a., as at first annonnced, but will re main permanently in New York City. Mr. Speed preferred the position in the East, and so was sent to Atlanta just long enough to install the new stall on the paper there owned by Hearst. He and Mrs. Speed ha. to been in Atlanta for several weeks and will return to Now York from there in a few days. Lex ington Leader. Miss Margaret Lackey, the C year-oldaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanley Nip- pert, is dangerously ill at the homo of her parents in Cincinnati, Ohio. The little one is suffering from an attack of scarlet fever, and the family and friends are very apprehensive concerning the child's illness. Mrs. J. D. Dykes was summoned last week to the bedside of her grandchild, who reports to her hus band in this city an improvement in her condition. Many friends here extend sympathy and hope for a speedy recov ery of little Margaret. Mrs.Thomas Clay Jefferson announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Lillian Lee Jefferson, to Mr. Salem A. Wallace. The marriage will be celeMiss brated the latter part of April. Jefferson is a beautiful girl, the daugh ter of the late Thomas Clay Jefferson, the well known and prominent horse man. She was graduated from Hamil ton College and is well traveled and much admired in many other cities Mr. Wallace and her own homo. holds tbe position of Assistant Secretary and Treasurer of the Trust company He is the son of Mrs. William Wallace of Paint Lick. Kv havincr come from that city to attend the State University and to make his home in Lexington. He is extremely popular here. Lexington Leader. d bo-sid- es Married NOTES. j Justice Char'es J. Haggan on last Wednesday performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Hanly K. Gentry and Miss Lillian Jones, both residing in Madison county. Lexington Leader. CHURCH Do you know how many books are in tbe Bible? Let us tell you one good way to remember.so as never io foriret. First wnto down the word "Old Testament. Now how many letters are in the word "Old?" Three. How many in tuo word "Testament?" Nine. Put three and nine together and you will have 29, the number of books in the Old Testament. Next write down tho words, "New Testament." Tliero are also in "New" and "Testament" threo and nine letters. Now multiply 3 by 9 and you have 27, the number of books in me jsew .testament. Of course, by adding 39 and 27 you have 66. tho number of books in the Bible. Any boy or girl who will read this over twice will never forgot how many books in the Bible. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) holds services regularly every Sunday in their apartments, 130 Second street. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. LesWednesday son sermon at 11 a. m. evening testimonial services at 7:30 p.m. Free reading room 15, Hobson building, open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Subject for next Sunday, March 24, at 11 a. m. "Matter." Tho public is cordially invited to any and all services. Sunday, March 17, was St. Patrick's Tho day was celebrated with day Solemn High Mass in the Catholic Churches throughout the land. delivered tho Festal oration Monday evening at the Catholic church, Mt, Sterling. It was an excellent address. A largo audience welcomed him."1 Rev. T. P. Edwards, of College Hill, preaches at Turner's Chapel Baptist church, one milo from Silver Creek Station, tho third Saturday and Sunday of each month. The second Sunday in each month is Elder Peal's day at the old Corinth church, near Ruthton. Lenten services will ba hold at the Episcopal church, Wednpsday and Friday afternoons of this week. The pub lie is cordially invited. Thero will be a meeting of the ladies of tho Presbyterian church in the Sun day school room at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. This will be a very important meeting and every lady of the church is urged to be present. union meeting was held in tho First Presbyterian church on Sunday night in social tho interest of the Tho pastors work of tho community. of ihe First Presbyterian, Methodist, Episcopal and First Christian churches took part in the meeting, liesidns the regular choir of tbe church, a solo was rendered by Miss Mary Traynor and selections by the male quartett of the Normal School faculty. Supt. Bridges, as president of the Board, discussed the general need and principles of organized charities in towns. Miss Leighty, as field agent,described conditions prevail ing in the poorer homes, and brought out tho need of better housing conditions, instruction in sanitation, voca tional training and social clubs for the young, an employment bureau, a central headquarters, and above all of personal on interest and systematic the part of those in comfortable circum Mr. Grinstead described the stances. machinery of the and stat ed that the budget was $15 a month for salary the year round, aod a maximum of about $20 a month for poor relief dur Mr. Barnes made a ing the winter. final appeal for a hearty support of the work. An offering was taken, amount ing in cash and pledges to A tiest women," "the fastest horses" and aud nftcr "the best bred two or three races, tho ladles will become enthusiastic and will become members of some club. The club will set a day to meet, start out their dogs tor a scent and as soon as tne oia, trained dog picks up a trail the race is royalAn experienced dog follows a ly on. fresh trail as rapidly as if tho fox was in sight. Tho proper way for the bunts-ma- n to do, is to select a very high point that they can hear all the chase. By tho baying of tbe dogs tho hunter can tell what his dogs arc doing. No one ever forcets the melodious music that extends from a pack of well trained hounds, when a race is drawing to a close. "Wo can have chases in Kentucky with all the conveniences of the de votees in the East our land is ideal and foxes are numerous despite the many traps, snares anu ungraieiui men wua their guns. The astutetioss of the reward has been tho hinge upon which its ability to escape destruction by the hounds has hung for ages, though the true knows many tricks of the foxey old fox. Tho1 old Rd Fox is the wisest animal that makes tho forest or cnir its habitation, ana when Mr. Hound follows him to his den, he is willing to creep into his kennel and double up for a day's rest. Tho hunter, at night, will build a fire, tho glow of the light will attract the attention of tho fox and Mr. Fox will frequently dash by the fire in tho woods, after leav ing the wilderness lor the fields ho makes long runs that aro the speed of the best dogs. But he never deviates from its chosen beat. When the hounds press their prey too closely, tho foxery old fox is apt to bo foxy. One of his favorite tricks is to mount a rail or a stone fence and to run on top of the fence for several hundred yards and then perch upon the ground until tho dogs pass, and then, run back on tho ," fox-hou- fence the way he first came an1 then for leap to one side and run at half a mile and then wait to see n one of the old dogs that may be up to his tricks, has detected his shrewdness. If followed closely, he will make his escapo by going into some of the many I dens. I have been a fox hunter for sixty-si- x years and never regretted my "first start" at ten vears of ace. Since then. I havo endeavored to havo tho best bred hounds breeding to the best at any time and cost. Let mo say to my Madison friends, breed for endurance, speed, tongue upd color and you have it. J. H. BOGGS. top-spee- d Auction Auction LadiesQreat Opportunity To Get a High Grade Sewing Machine at Your Own Price Next Monday morning, March 8th, we will place in our show window a Paragon 5ewing Machine, made in the same factory as 1 Special "Zemo" Offer. No doubt you've heard or know of ZfSMO, tho popular and thorough skin and scalp euro its fame has spread from ocean, to ocean, and It has many friends in theso parts The makers ap preciating that there are many who would like to test tho curativo qualities of ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP, havo prepared a special trial package, which we offer at only 25a. It contains a generous bottle of ZEMO, a small cake of ZEMO booklot, "How to SGAP. and a Preservo the Skin." The purpose of this trial package is to win thousands, yes hundreds of thousands of new users of ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP. If you aro troubled with Eczema, Pimples, Itching Skill, Dandruff, or any other skin or scalp ailment, do not fail to avail yourself of this opportunity to test ZEMO. Get tho 25c. trial package today at Perry's Drug Store. Free trial package of Conkey's Lice Poultry Bool Powder and big sixty-pag- e for one week only at Stockton's drug ' 39-- lt storo. The World's Best Sewing Machine THE STANDARD ROTARY "e Exactly like cut, upon which we will receive bids for 12 days only. have selected this machine because it has the best record and the manufacturers are proud to stamp it with their own name and guarantee of 4,oUU,UUU. ALL tuu riAVL iu uu is to register your name, address and price you bid at our store any time before APRIL st, when we select the best bid, and this excelled machine worth $45.00 will be delivered to the successful bidder at once We extend a cordial invitation to every reader of this announcement to come and bring interested friends. The "5tandard Rotary" will surprise and delight you. Be sure to register you may be the lucky one. ALL ARE WELCOME 1 OPERA. HOUSE TONIGHT I Father John O'Dwyer. of this city, Leslie & Day Singing and Talking Two Good Pictures Name W. R Higgins Opposite Glyndon Hotel Cash Installments An Indian Vestal The Great Martelle Clay Modeler A Gambler's Influence Address Bid 3 1 Bid 8 Richmond, Ky Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights Mpna Lisa as Wanda Pictures in tho Western Playlet We are headquarters for Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, Oil, Belts, Etc, for all makes of Machines I "Morning 5tar" Thursday How Algy Captured a Wild Man The Indian's Fluto Friday Tho Mystery of the Maino Saturday Vanity Fair (in Threo Parts) YOUR OLD MACHINE REPAIRED FOR SJL.OO Lottie Gardner (The Little Girl with tho Big Voice) Character Change Comedienne Proposals for School Buildings Sealed proposals will be received at the office of t Superintendent of Madison County Schools until one o'clu: L and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinking water Saturday, March 30, 1912. for the erection of two new f. ::: room school buildings, one to be erected near Kirksvl" , CURES and PREVENTS GAPES Ky., the other near Waco, Ky., in detail according to plcirs white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and specifications which can be seen at the County Superinand other chick diseases. tendent's office. One 50c Bottle of BourbonPoultryCiire The For general conditions, bond, etc., see specifications. t contracts for the erection of these buildings will bo I; Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. by the Madison County Board of Education. Said Boc;: . Every poultry ral'er should keep a bottle ol thli medicine on hand. Write for free sample reserves the right to reject any and all bids and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. down tho throat of a "capey" chicken destroys the worms B3UBB0K ADMISSION IO CENTS TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I havo in stock tho best line of material in the city and can givo you the best work when it comes to putting on rubber tiring. I also do all kinds of repairing on carriages, buggies, wagons, etc Let mo make you prices on wagon bods and frames. This work will be done at very close figures, as I believe in live and let livo prices. Lot me paint your wagon or buggy and mako samo good as. new 1 make a specialty of repairing all kinds of farm machinery, such as mowers, binders, eto. Will givoyou the best work and will do it quickly, and guarantee all s. Call and see me boforo going work to be Shop on Main street, opposito L. & N. Depot. first-clasolse-wher- e. BEUEQf COUPIST, Liilagtaa, Ij. Sold by Perry's Drug Store, Richmond W-- T. Mansfield & Co. - Kentucky. TO BREAK UP COLD Some Advice That Will Save Time and Money. County Supt. and Chairman of Madison County Board of Education JOHN NOLAND Automobiles Painted. Big Reduction Sale 1st, the McGaughoy Studio will be located in the Clay building. As I shall be compelled to destroy On and Note the Change. after April many negatives, those patrons desiring additional copies are requested to order at once. 39-l- t. McGauohet. At my shop on Third bt. 1 am pre. pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I have a painter of long ex perience and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give me a trial. Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branches. 12-James A. Moores. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic constipation Doan s ltcguiets operate easily. 25c a ml3-lbox at all stores. tf Wall Paper,. BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1912, AND CONTINUING FOR TEN DAY5. of Wall Paper and to make room for later shipments we are going to make a cut of 25 To reduce our large stock IF WOMEN Kentucky's Neglected Sport per cent on all Patterns in stock." Fox hunting, the pastime of Kings, Princess and their fairdauchtere.sbould be revived in Kentucky as it has been resumed in the East. The gentle zephyrs of spring will soon be upon us, and let tho sweet, mellow notes of tho fox hound come with the spring time, as it is the most amusing sport of tho age. This is the season of the year which brings to every hunter a pleasant thrill. In Maino and Massachusetts the horns are calling the dogs together. But this is not truo in Kentucky, only in part. In the State the hound is the only champion of this popular pastime, for the champion of every pack or their ancestry, was bred in Old Kentucky, Madison being the banner county. Every pedigree runs back to some of Madison's breeders, and over hills and through glens his clear voice is dolefully protecting the decadence of the great sport of kings. Devotees of outdoor pastimes in tho East have revived fox hunting in recent years, why not Kentucky? It is becoming the fad among the athletic women. A hunt along Long Island, the lady members of the hunting club, the dogs and fox riding over hedgo and speed. Women fences at a break-nec- k thero are as enthusiastic as the male club members and several own packs of d hounds. Here in Kentucky, wo have tho "pret- well-traine- ONLY KNLW What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Richmond Homes. Hard to do housework with an aching back. Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew tho cause that Backache pains often come from weak kidneys, 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Read what a Richmond citizen says. Mrs. Lee Todd, 144 Big Hill avenue, Richmond, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills did good work in my case. I could not sleep well, bad pins in my kidneys and the kidney action was irregular. I was nervous and dizzy. When Doan's Kidney Pills were recommended to me, I obtained a box at dru? 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 states. Remember tbe name Doan's and 3S-take no other. Mid-delto- Stronu drink and quinino may relieve a cold, but it usually does more harm than cood. To break up a hard cold in either head or chest thousands aro using this sonsiblo treatment. First of all look after your bowels; if they need any attention uso any reli able cathartic. Then pour a scant tea- spoonful of IIYOMEI into a bowl of boiling water, cover neau anu dowi with a towel and breathe for five or ten minutes the pleasant, soothing, healing vapor. Do this just before going to bed; your head will feel line and clear an you 11 awake from a refreshing sleep minus a cold in the mornimr. For colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma and coup IIYOMEI is guaranteed. A 50c bottle is all vou need to break up a 's cold and this can be obtained ai in Richmond and druggists everywhere. ilid-delton- Fresh Canine Goods Now is your chance to 5o 8c 10c 12 l-- 15c 20c 25c Patterns at Patterns at Patterns at Patterns at Patterns at Patterns at Patterns at 3 C c 7 9 11 c c c c 15 18 Our prices for hanging is 10c per Single Roll for laped work. Butted work and special decoAs administrator of the estate of Ear rations at higher prices accord- dol L. Todd, I will olfer at Public Sale ing to style and class. All work on guaranteed to give satisfaction. Administrator's Sale. Thursday, March 28, lf Cut prices will prevail generally in our store during this sale. Remember, we carry si line of Queensware, Glassware, Enamel ware, Tinware, Pictures, Picture Frames Mouldings. Racket and Novelty Goods. Also, remember the date and come early aud get the bargains. B. JUETT & SON, Opera House Building, -:- - RICHMOND, KY Classy Easter Clotles ReadyTailored Clothes There's no disputing the fact that at the present time there are more men wearing ready tailored clothes than ever before. In Spend Less Time in the Kitchen Let the "Caloric" Do Tour Cooktng absolutely no need of you spending so mnch kitchen preparing the three daily.moals. You can just as well have more time for other things, more important things. By tho ordinary method of cooking you spend of tho Day in the kitchen. This is entirely unfully necessary if you will use a THERE'S two-thir- 1912, at 10 o'clock, on the promises of the farm known as tne "n. iN. wells miles from farm." ono and one-haUnion City, Madison county, the follow ing property: old mare in foal by Tom One mare by Linn Covington, ono maro by Verdict in Uoyd, one mare by foal by jack, ono Hockaday in foal by jack, one 3 year-ol- d horse by Tom Covington, ono yearling horse, two cows and calves one old stripper cow, two yearling steers, two yearling heifers, two shoats, wagons, one new; one rub: two bor-tir- o buggy, good as now; one runabout, good; two sets buegy harness, wagon gear and bridles, plow gear, two men's saddles and bridles, two side saddles, ono A harrow, one cultivator, one mowing machine, ono turning plow, one now cutting two double-shovelbox, mowing blades and cradle, stitchers pitch forks, three log and double-treechains, anvil, grind stone, maul and wedges, some carpenter tools, thirty or forty barrels of corn, 100 shocks fodder, one slack hay, 100 chickens, hens; four turkey hens and one torn, one cooking stove, ono iron stove boiler, ono large kettlo, some household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention. At tho same time I will rent the farm, acres, about which contains 150 thirty acres for corn, balance In grass; g wator. has good house and never-failinTerms made known on day of sale. B. M. Todd, Administrator. Loxa Toil CnENAOi.T, Auctioneer. ar s, s, 1- -4 save money as all lines of Canned Goods are advancing every day Tomatoes, 3 pound can : Sweet Potatoes, 3 pound can : Our Country Brand Corn, per can Pride of Naomi Brand Corn, per can 5oaked Peas, per can : : Orchard Farm Brand Peas, per can Lye Hominy, 3 pound can : 5trin Beans, 3 pound can : Alaska Salmon, per can : : Pie Pumpkin (Van Camps) : Table Peaches, 3 pound can : 2 pound can Pie Peaches, 3 pound can : : Pears, 3 pound can : : : New Rolled Oats, 10c package New Mincemeat, 10c package 10c 10c 7 l-- 2c 8 8 12 l-- 3c l-- 3c l-- 2c 8 l-- 3c : : 12c 13c 10c 18c 13c 10c 39-- Bargains in Second-Han- d 10c Caloric Fireless Cookstove It cooks bettor, with absolutely no attention, cooks more thoroughly more appotizingly; rotains all Ihe goodness all the tissue and strength building qualities of tho foods. Nono is lost by evaporation in boiling away. No unpleasant cooking odor, no burning or scorchLig. The less expensive and toughest meats are cooked far better and more tender by tho "Caloric" method. The "Caloric" not only boils and stows but it bakes and roasts, oven better than can bo accomplished by any ordinary stove and costs less to operate. Como to tho "Caloric" dtnontration on the date mentioned below aad bring your friends. Collegian Clothes WAjgmBaajnBBBl 7 7 l-- 2c l-- 2c the great improvement in style, fit and finish is particularly marked and there are comparatively few men ho can afford to disdain the between Adler's Gollegian and equivalent qualities in Clothes garments. Our Spring aad Summer showiag far exceeds our best efforts of all past seasons. price-differen- ce made-to-measure bbhI I I HmaKmBtamW f i JaaVaBBB CARS FOR RENT I have everything in the way of Supplies. I have a Steam Vulcanizing Flant and can do any kind of repairs on Casings or Tubes. I have one of the nicest locations in tho city and am prepared to make-ankind of repairs on an Autonobile. I do Painting and Varnishing. All work guaranteed. I carry a complete toek of Diamond Tires and Tabes. If you are interested In an Automobile, It will pay you to make my Garage a visit Rear of the Grand Opera House. Auto-mobilo New Dried Fruits New Prunes, 70-8- 0 size, per pound New Cooking Figs, per pound : New Country Dried Apples, per pound : : 1 Oc 8 - 1 -1 3c 2c SsukjillaHuw Prices Kuge Itm $15 to $30 letvUy, April I, Continues One Week R. D. McCollom & Co. "The Little 5tore With the Little Price" J. S. STANIFER now, mwi Cortvw B Wtr HOY MONTGOMERY, RICHMOND. ad Strwte, KENTUCKY M 3Mf 302 Irvinet, comer Hitt Telephone 357 See Our Full Page Ad. In This Week's Saturday Evening Post concerning the fine custom-tailore- d clothes we deliver for a reasonable price. About 500 of the season's most handsome woolens From Murrell looked into Hues' face. "You you " and the words thickened on his tongue, becoming an inarticulate murmur. "It's all up, John." said Hues. "No!" said Murrell, recovering himMerchant Tailors Chicago self. "You may as well turn mo loose you can't arrest me!" carries within itself every ingredient aeceesary tor "I've done It," answered Hues."rvo the Production of Pure, Rich aod Wholooomo Egg. been on your track for six months." It is not only aa Egg Producer, but a TONIC wfceak "How about this fellow?" asked the first acts quickly upon every vital part, keeaeag the man whose pistol still covered Ware. CHICKENS HEALTHY aad free freta all dlse to toward the planter and in and producing a rapid growth of the fowl. The Planter's Knees Knocked To-shook his head. gether. : "Where are you going to take me?" : : : : : : : TJGr asked Murrell quickly. Again Hues proved to be from Fentres3, JJJ Ware I laughed. read and tossed it aside. "You'll find that out In plenty or "If he wants to see me why don't CHAPTER of D.l.l. TTTIt time, and then your friends can pass he come here?" he growled. anCV S home, irhpn TTnnnlhnt I. ,A I the word around If they like; now naped by Dave Blount, Captain Murreira "I reckon that old fellow they call sent, Taney overtakes Blount, gives you'll come with me." Judge Price has sprung something West Main Street Richmond, Ky him & thrashing and secures the boy Ware neither moved nor spoke as sudden on the colonel," said Hicks. ty, CHAPTER IV. Yanrv Is sorvrWI Hues and his prisoner passed back "He was out here the first thing this warrant for assaulting "Blount. Yancy along the path, Hues with his hand morning; you'd appears before Squire VAlaam. and Is have thought he on Murrell's shouler, and one of his owned Belle Plain. dlscharced with costs for the plaintiff. There was a companions close at his heels, while couple of strangers with CHAPTER V TXfttv nral.-n- r him, he the third man led off the outlaw's had me in and fired questions and me of the Ferrlses. has an encounter with at Captain Mnrrell, who forces his attenhorse. tions on her. and Is rescued by Bruce for half an hour; he hiked off Presently tho distant clatter ot up to The Oaks." then Carrlngton, who threatens to whip the captain. hoofs was borne to Ware's ears only "Murrell's been arrested." said Ware v.- that; the miracle of courage and dar- in a dull level voice. Hicks gave him CHAPTER VT. TtoHui,f Tennessee hone. Carrinpton takes tho ing he had half expected had not hap- a glance ot unmixed astonishment same stage. ;ancy Hannibal disappened. Murrell, for all his wild boastpear, with Murrell and their trail. Ho "I Had Flattered Myself That You on "No!" overtakes them In the mountains of Tening, was llko other men, like himself. Must Have Heard of Me," Said the "Yes, by God!" nessee. Murrell gets Yancy drunk and His bloodshot eyes slid around in Judge. stabs him In a fight that followed. Han"Who'd risk it?" nibal escapes In a canoe. their sockets. There across the sun"Risk It? Man, be almost be in the main scholarly and Intellit stretch of water was Betty the dead away a damned coward. fainted CHAPTER VTT TT nnnll.nl an.,u. at lectual. Hell!" the home of Judge Slocum Price. thought of her brought him to quick "How do you "How long have you lived here?" choking terrors. The whole fabric of Hicks, appalled. know this?" asked " .JuAe-CHAPTER VTIT ThA in the boy. the grandson of an old time asked the Judge abruptly. Fentress crime by which he had been benefited "I was with him when he was takinena. uurrell arrives at Judge's home. seemed to hesitate; but the Judge's In the past or had expected to profit en it was Hues Hannibal hears of the finrllnr- - nf vnou1. glance, compelling and Insistent, deman he trusted "Want to show every farmer in Madison county body. Price arrested as counterfeiter. In the future seemed toppling In upon more than any the other!" Ware gave manded an answer. him, but his mind clutched one lm the overseer a ghastly grin the Best Chilled Plow oa Earth CHAPTER IX. Cavendish family on and was "Ten years." portant fact Hues, If he knew ot raft rescue Yancy. who is apparently "You have known many men of all dead. Price breaks Jail. Betty's disappearance, did not con- sUent, nut in that silence he heard The Wm. Oliver Improved Chilled Plow nect Murrell with CHAPTER X. Hettv and Carrlngton classes as a lawyer and a planter?" Ware sucked In the drumming of his own heart He said the Judge. Fentress Inclined his He Tossed the Glass and Contents In comfort between It twitching Hps. went on. "I tell you, to save himarrive at Belle Plain. his head. The Judge took a step nearer Fentress' Face. Also Disc Harrow-"Th- e Stealing niggers! No one would be- self, John Murrell will Implicate the CHAPTER XL Hftnnlhnl'K Htlo closes some startling things to the Judge. him. "People have a great trick of lieve that he, a planter, had a hand in rest of us; we've got to get him free, "We Carry a Complete Line of xiuHuivtLi uiiu meet again. coming and going in these western the next meal or the next drink; he and for a brief Instant he con- and then, by hell we ought to knock believed states all sorts of damned riffraff had had alwaysthat as he knew him so that signaling Bess to return. Slos-so- n him In the head; he lsnt fit to live!" CHAPTER XII. Murrell nrriroa In been, lax and loose of sidered Model Belle Plain. Is playing for big stakes. drift In and out of these new lands." he "The Jail ain't built that'll hold Builders Hardware, Regal must be told of Murrell's arrest; tongue and deed, a noisy tavern hero, A deadly earnestness lifted the Judge's CHAPTER XITT. Vnnrv ntrnlrix but he was sick with apprehension, him!" muttered Hicks. but now be saw that be was filling n Novelty long dreamless sleep on board the raft. Fenwords above mere rudeness. "Of course, he can't bo held," some trap might have been prepared Three-Butto- n Straight Sack, No. 77" tress, cold and distant, made no reply. what must have been the measure of for him, he could not know; and the agreed Ware. "And hell never be CHAPTER XIV. Judee Price mnJcP his manhood. startling discoveries in looking up land "For the past twenty years I have Front Sack, No. 78S SUntist UmtT Pocket brought to trial; no lawyer will dare titles. Charley Norton, a young planter, been looking for a man by the name "I tell you I had no hand in carry- Impulse to act forsook him. who assists the Judge, is mysteriously asHe smote his hands together In a appear against him, no Jury will dare ing off the boy," said Fentress with saulted. of Gatewood David Gatewood." Dishopeless, beaten gesture. And Mur- to find him guilty; but there's Hues, a sardonic smile. CHAPTER XV. Vortnn Inform rar. ciplined as he was, the colonel startyou to return him. Stir rell had gone weak with his own what about him?" He paused. The "I look to rington that Betty has promised to marry ed violently. "Ever heard of him, eyes he had seen It Murrell whom two men looked at each other for a him. Carrlngton bids Betty good-byFentress?" demanded the Judge with yourself, Gatewood, or by God, I'll he believed without fear! He felt that long moment Norton is mysteriously shot. hold so fierce a reckoning with you AWAIT YOU a savage scowl. "Where did they carry tho cap The sentence remained unfinished, he bad been grievously betrayed In CHAPTER XVI. More lleht on Mur- "What's all this to me?" The words bis trust and a hot rage poured tain?" rell's plots. He plans uprising of necame with a gasp from Fentress' for Fentress felt his overwrought through him. At last he climbed ingroes. "I don't know." We want all Farmers In tbls community have never seen a woman CHAPTER XVIL The Judce Hps. The Judge looked at nerves snap, and, giving way to a to the saddle, and, swaying like a twitching "It looks like the Clan was in a and Han sudden blind fury, struck at the Judge. him moody and frowning. to make Our Store Their Headquarters. hell-firenibal visit Betty. hole but shucks! What galloped off. with good sense but w had "We are too old for rough and tum- drunken man, "I have reason to think this man When he reached the river road will be easier than to fix Hues? and Is told whv CHAPTER XVHL-Bet- tV disble," 1 was leaves Initiative beauty enough to make her- Norton taking killed and with her. Belle Gatewood camo to west Tennessee," playedsaid the Judge, who In had Are at your disposal. The astonishing agility avoiding he paused and scanned Its dusty sur- while they're fixing folks they'd bet Plain, The he said. Hannibal face. Hues and his party had turned ter not overlook that old fellow Price. l demand for OUR GOODS the blow. "Furthermore we were once you carriage is held up in the woods. self highly agreeable. "If so, I have never heard of him." south when they Issued from the wood He's got some notion about Fentress 1 CHAPTER XIX. Betty and Hannibal is established and growing. "Perhaps not under that name at gentlemen. At present I am what 1 path. No doubt Murrell was being and the boy." Mr. Hicks did not con wish to see faces light up with are made prisoners in a lonely cabin. any rate, you are going to hear of him am, while you are a hound and a taken to Memphis. Ware laughed sider it necessary to explain that he We'll this as beCHAPTER XX Murrell joy and satisfaction just drop cabin and shows his hand. aDDears at the now. This man Gatewood, who be- blackguard!breeding." settle poured him- harshly. The outlaw would be free was himself largely responsible for We have a few mere bags ef Extra Good BLUKBRA36 He tween ourselves was a damned scoun- comes our A this. SEED, whteh we will ekwe eat a 3a. 58 ei self a second glass of liquor from before another dawn broke. in among the customers at CHAPTER XXI. The Judge hears ol drel" the colonel winced "this man "How do you know that?" demandHe had halted near where Jim had the mysterious disappearance of Betty Gatewood had a friend who threw Fentress decanter. "I wonder If It and Hannibal. Is possible to Insult you," and he turned his team the previous night ed Ware. money nnd business In his way a "He as good as said so." Hicks CHAPTER XXIt Tho Judce takes tossed glass and contents In Fentress' after Betty and Hannibal had left the charge of the situation, and search for planter he was, same as Gatewood. A face. The colonel's thin features were carriage; the marks of the wheels looked uneasily at the planter. He sort of partnership existed between the missing ones is insuiuiea. convulsed. The Judge watched him were as plainly distinguishable as the knew himself to be compromised. The & CTTAPTER XXin. Carrineton visits the pair. It proved an expensive en- with a scornful curling of tho lips. "1 more recent trail left by the four men, stranger named Cavendish had forced discovered. terprise for Gatewood's friend, since the Judge and allies are and as he grasped the significance of an admission from him that Murrell he came to trust the damned scoun- am treating you better than you de that wide half circle his sense of would not condone if it came to his CHAPTER XXIV. serve," he taunted. Foods drel more and more as time passed overwhelmed him again. He knowledge. He had also acquired a Dealing Low morning at sun-u"Tomorrow at hoped to live see even large sums of his money were very proper and wholesome fear "of to Murrell hanged! Colonel Fentress. Boggs cried Fentress. Telephones 16 and 223 He was so completely lost In his Judge Slocum Price. He stepped close his in Gatewood's hands ' Fentress' The Tho Judge had Opera House Building ghost, the ghost benot forgotten Mr. countenance was like stone, as expres tesy. Judge bowed with splendid cour bitter reflections that he had been un- to Ware's side. "What'll come of the Telephone 62 had seen in you figure that out?" Saul's office that day he went to the sionless and as rigid. "Nothing could please me half so aware of a mounted man who was girl, Tom? Can By court house on business for Charley Yancy tho door stood Mahaffy with well," he declared. He turned to the coming toward him at a swift gallop, ne questioned, sinking his voice al Hi and Cavendish; they undernow he heard the steady pounding most to a whisper. But Ware wa3 in Norton. Working or idling principalW . others. "Gentlemen, this Is a private but Notice! ly the latter drunk or sober prin stood that what was obscure and matter. When I have met Colonel of hoofs and, startled by the sound, capable ot speech, again his terrors meaningless to them held a tragic "1 looked up. A moment later the horse- completely overwhelmed him. cipally the former the ghost, othersignificance to these two men. The Fentress I shall make a public an- man drew rein at his side. reckon you'll have to find another 4-11wise Colonel Fentress, had preserved Judge's heavy face, ordinarily nouncement of why this appeared -44 battered overseer. I'm going to strike out for "Ware!" ho cried. Dlace In his thoughts, and now as necessary to me; until then I trust and debauched, but infinitely bo moved stolidly up the drive toward you, Carrlngton7" said Texas," said Hicks "How are bore now the markings of thl3 matter will not be given pub CURES Ware's eyes met his for an instant Fentress' big white house on the hill deep passion, and the voice that rum- licity. May I ask your silence?" He the planter. had thought ot flight, too; was Yancy with Mahaffy, Cavendish and bowed again, and abruptly passed "You are wanted at Belle Plain," be- He thinking of Cholera. Gaoes. LimbernecK, Roup, Canker,, bled from his capacious chest It but greed was as trailing In bis wake, memories ot what came forth gan Carrlngton, and seemed to hesi- still room. to their ears like distant thun- from the much a part ot his nature as fear; Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry bad once been living and vital crowd- der. His three friends followed In his tate. was a prize not to be light for yew tad llinlit lie bat ed in upon blm. Some sense of the Mm Kix Bryant. lUr&town, JC- r- utc "I hare uied Rrafw 1 "Yes yes, I am going there at once Belle Plain "This friend of Gatewood's had a steps, leaving Fentress standing by was almost his pr i'tt rmedjr made. I taffngapfiud I urjbemeck without fail. long years, and wreck that littered the now " stammered Ware, and gath- ly cast aside, and it dropped down iKe WW a tapwj " The Judge's voice broke, emo- the table, the ghost of a smile on his drop of Recipe . uri: "One wife UiUCocran.Bankown.Kr to cWkcn U the worm and relieves the dock i uuntlr. I ti f the bat preventive I have ever used. the shame ot the open shame that had tion shook him like a leaf; he was thin Hps. up his reins with a shaking hand. He lurched across the room act, the ered the window. If he were going to swept away pride and Mfg. acd Guarantied by J. Robi. Crume, Birdrtown. Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. "You've heard, I take it?" said CarAs if the very place were evil, the tearing open his wounds. He reached sooner he did so tho better, and gain came back to him out of the past SOLO BY over and poured himself a drink, suck- Judge hurried down the drive toward rlngton slowly. The road He only paused when he stood on ing it down with greedy Hps. "Yes," answered Ware, in a hoarse a resnlte from his fears. the road. At the gate he paused and Man-Tailor- ed the portico before Fentress open was a wife" he whirled about "There turned on bis companions, but his whisper. "My God, Carrlngton, I'm down the coast sUd away before his on his door. He glanced about blm at tho heel and faced Fentress again. "There features wore a look of dignity that heart sick; she has been Uke a daugh heavy eyes; he marked each, turn. Made-toMeasu- re then a palsy of fear shook: him, his wide fields, bounded by the distant was a wife, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. ter Fentress" he fixed Fen- forbade comment or question. He ping tobisme I " he fell sUent, mop- heart beat ajralnst his ribs, and he timber lands that hid gloomy bottoms, tress with his blazing eyes. "A wife held out his hand to Yancy. face. gnawing his Hps while he gazed at the great log barns in the hollow to and child. Well, one day Gatewood I think I understand your feellnc." stood "Sir," ho said, "If I could command his rleht: at the huddle of white and the wife were missing. Under the the riches of the Indies, It would tax said Carrlngton, giving him a level up at tho sun, "Do you get what I say, Tom? i washed cabins beyond; then with his circumstances Gatewood's friend was my resources to meet the fractional glance. parts," said big fist he reached in and pounded on well rid of the pair he should "Then you'll excuse me," and the am going to quit these part of my obligations to you." Sasaetes sbawa aad ateeearea have slowly from tne the door. The blows echoed loudly been grateful, but he wasn't, for his planted clapped spurs to his horse. Hicks. War turned "Think of that!" said Yancy, as tekea by window. through the silent house, and an In wife took his child, a daughter; and much overwhelmed by the Judge's Once he looked back over bis shoul 'All right Hicks. You mean you tall, spare figure Gatewood a trifle of thirty stant later Fentress' der; he saw that Carrlngton had not want me to settle with you, is that thousand manner as by his words. was seen advancing from tne iar cna dollars his friend had "Intrusted to "His Uncle Bob shall keep his place moved from the spot where they had it?" he asked. ot the hall. In my grandson's life! We'll watch met him!" Tea Tm rolne to leave while I At Belie Plain, Ware found his Who Is it?" he asked. him grow Into manhood together." There was another silence. 226 Second St. can: maybe I cant jater on, saiu "Judge Price Colonel Fentress," "At a later day I met this man who The Judge was visibly affected. A neighbors In possession ot the place. Hicks stoUdly. He added: "I am e said the Judge. had been betrayed by bis wife and smile of deep content parted Mr. They greeted him quietly and spoke to start down the coast as soon :: "Judge Price," uncertainly, and still robbed by his friend. He had fallen Yancy's Hps as his muscular fingers In subdued tones ot their sympathy. as it turns dark, and before its aay Ready-to-we- ar advancing. i out of the race drink had done for closed about the Judge's hand with The planter listened with an air ot again I'll have put the good miles be Also beautiful line ot Suilines, Serges such abject misery that those who had 1 "I bad flattered myself that you him there was Just one thing he crushing force. parts. . neither Uked nor respected him, were tween me and these "Whoop!" cried Cavendish, delightaad Mohairs by toe yard. Phone 110. must have beard of me," sam tne seemed to care about, and that was going down the coasts "You're Judge. the fate of his child, but maybe he ed at this recognition of Yancy's love roused to a sudden generous feeling and Ware was again conscious of the "I think I have," paid Fentress, was only curious there. He wondered for the boy, and he gleefully smote Where he was concerned; they could quickened beating ot his heart Hicks If she had lived, and married " Once the austere Mahaffy on the shoulder. not question but that he wa3 deeply nodded. "See you don't meet up with pausing now. But Mahaffy was dumb in the pres affected. After all the man might "He thinks he has!" mutterea wo more the Judge paused. John Murrell," said Ware. "What's all this to me?" asked Fen- ence ot the decencies; he quite lacked have a side to his nature with which Judge under his breath. "in take that chance. It seems a an Interpreter. The Judge looked they had never come in contact "Will you come ln7" it was more a tress. heap better to me than staying here. When he could he shut himself in "Are you sure It's nothing to you?" back at the house. question than an Invitation. Ware looked from the window, me "Mine!" he muttered. "The clothe8 his room. He had experienced a day shadows were lengthening across the "If you are at liberty." rne coionei demanded the Judge hoarsely. "Unmaddening anxiety; he had not conof derstand this, Fentress, Gatewood's he stands in the food ho eats bowed. "Allow me," the Judge slept at all the previous night; in lawn. treachery brought ruin to at least two mine! Mine!" tinued. "Colonel Fentress Mr. "Better start now. Hicks," ho ad mind and body ho was worn out; and Yancy and Mr. Cavendish." lives. It caused the woman's father Mr. now he was plunged IntoJe thick ot vised. CHAPTER XXV. in Again the colonel bowed. to bide his face from the world; It A Big TU wait until It turns dark." this sensation. He must keep control wasn't enough Tor him that his "Will you step Into tho llbraryz "Youll need a horse." ot himself, for every word he said Fuel The Bubble Bursts. "Very good," and the Judge followed friends believed blB daughter dead; be "I was going to help myself to one. At about the same hour that the would be remembered. In the pres This ain't no time to stand on cere knew differently, and the shame ot the colonel briskly down the ball. Because of the scientific con- When they entered tho library Fen- that knowledge ate Into his soul. It Judge was hurling threats and insults ent there was sympathy for him, but mony," said Hicks shortly. m the gtmction of the heat circula- tress turned and took stock of his cost the husband his place In the at Colonel Fentress,- threa men were sooner or later people would return siosson ahouida't be left guests. Mahaffy ho had seen beTore; world, too In the end It made of him waiting ten miles away at the head of to their sordid unemotional Judg lurch nice una or your cromers ments. course a vagabond and a penniless wanUUU Yancy and Cavendish were of " uiauiiu au cicu uia- He sought to forecast the happen Iolks the bayou which served to isolate strangers to him, but their appear derer." "TheyU have to flguro it out for tribution The Jewel Steel Murrell's 'This is nothing to me," said Fen- Hicks' cabin. New no one of these lngs of the next few hours him, ance explained them; last ot an nis themselves, same as me," rejoinea Ranges cook "and bake that better than any other kind. The three had ever heard of Judge Slocum friends would break Jail for glance shifted to the Judge. He had tress. Hicks. by tho breath of his fame had was a foregone conclusion; but the heard something of those activities "Walt!" cried the Judge. "About six Pric9: "You can stop there as you go by. lanrelfire boxes, the drop oven doors, the pouch feed (which was at -means of which Slocum Price had years ago the woman was seen at her never blown, however gently, In their insurrection he had planned fchft kirwe ash f,10l Tvirtiniit Tomrwino- No" said Hicks. "I never did be- - ma 1 an end. Hues had dealt; Its death were striven to distinguish Himself, and ho father's home In North Carolina, I direction, yet they upon preparing to blow. Moreover, though the law him. To this go near Oeorge'B pit, and the oven themometer insure easier cooking greater had a certain curiosity respecting the reckon Gatewood baa cast her on. thrust opportunity Impotent to deal with Mur the girl, and i won't man. It was immediately satisfied. She didn't go back empty-hande" . .. She end they were lounging about the might be convenience. escape . The Judge had reached a degree of had run away from her husband with onenlng In tho woods where the rell, he could not hope to class the "I coni ass you T he Walls insiirV. a nerfeot 1 -0 stiabbiness seldom equaled, and but a child a girl; after a lapse of twen horses belonging to Ware and Murrell vengeance of the powerful srlv BlKn&i truui mo tfiem tne MB had plotted to destroy; he would have effulgent personality ty years she returned to her father were tied. la ror for his mellow, head or the bayou, aii I want and secure the greater value from the, heat' consumed. D0v At length the dip of oars became to quit the country. Ware gloated in TOa tO BLOU OiiU lifeUb might well have passed for a common with a boy of two or three. There v vagabond; and It his dress advertised are two questions that must bo an- audible In tho silence and one oi tne this idea of craven flight Thank shore. They'll know what that means, had seen the state ot bis finances, his face ex- swered when I find Gatewood: what trio stole down the path, a matter ot God, heas always, the last of him!came m sdve you a horse and fllty dol his thoughts But, plained his habits. No misconception became of the woman, and what be fifty yards, to a point that overiooKea lars for the Job." bayou. He was gone but a mo back to Betty. Slossoa would wait at was possible about either. came of the child; are they living or the Hlcka eyes sparkled, but ho only Hicks' place for the man Murrell had "May I oSer you a glass of liquor?" dead; did the daughter grow up and ment said: "It's Murrell ail right!" he said in promised him, aad. falling the asked Fentress, breaking the silence. marry and have a son? When I get "Make It twice that aad. maybe we Emfor the slgaal fire, but there an eairer whisper. "Him and another stepped to the walnut center-tabl- e my answer it will be tliae enough to He caa deal." fMlow tho Hicks girl Js rowing would be neither; aaa Slossoa would npVad and tortured. Ware hesi think, ot Gatewood's punishment! own course ot where there was a decanter and The Judgo leaned .forward acroee the them." He glanced from one to tbji be left to dctermjae hie the sua was slipping Into action. Ware felt certain that he tated; but hie windows blazed with glasses. By a gesture the Judge de- table, bringing his face close to Fen' other of his companions, who seemedthrough the sight, hut aa thn west: uawould wait cline the invitation. Whereat the tress' face. "Look at aa-do y&a to take firmer hold of themselves the hot lihU ao looked surprised, but not so know me now?" der his eye. "It'll be all rignt" ne sure as tie sBoraiag broke. Ifaeaaword "You swear you'll do your partr oa "He's as good as had reached hlai, he would urprii M Mahaffy. There was But Fentress' expreseton sever al pfotested lightly. said thickly. He took ale purse hie asea acroee tk aayou. who raaet he worn of aad you'll Stul them keepisg thee ml ours. Walt till 1 give you me eat tfie sttetce. pocket aad tered. The Judge felt back a step arreet, eeeape, light froea his daa Hleki. counted the seeend. They are Uke all ear And he led the way Into aa adjaceat leant of Murrell's He Baaed the amount "Fentress, I want the boy," h 't tklak we erer met before?" "I tor ia Ware': asiaa theee three total, aad paaeed lrreeolately. jeweky reliable-- . Aad they are also thicket quietly. There was afeaenF ' Meantime Ware and Murrell had events were tadiawotabir mho eta tod. Harry M Blanton, like ear "What boy?" "Doa't you want the are Uaatedr la the xe stare hie vleltor wa together. Bloater's teeth iadfl and were comiaK along the The was haftag a kaoekea aeauaiat- asked Hfca. He was faatfHar with. found "My grandee!" TfttatMac wye htaa that he Specialist DENTIST ad' Be terrible "You are raad! What ao I haew Bath, the outlaw a step or two la hi ematorer'a vaclllaUns atoede. why, he com 14 ot have -In Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE vanee of his friend. They reached the aace with fear, lta very depths had oC him or your' Featreee im galft Yea," aaewered Ware, ale Upe WOHce Id Benartt Bcliuior. aad otfcer-- ' ot new oats Is feeiag ae atd-erateU. i and THROAT untyia them whea swallowed hint up; it wae a black pK oulvertita; aad slowly, wltfc.eaeaftMr, courage from the KMtad ot ale hersee aad were juoscb isc BfK tUt HIM mT m. iaarte ae gaad (BaHly will er disgorged the ia which he- sank from horror to horRlchmeod, Ky Oldham BWg. the thicket stttdealy ae added to the pW ef Nile not own voice. ooertteoed. No. the ma h ah. Whea yoa WW JUmSUL Y aa ror. He had lost ail faith ia the Ciaa fiaaere. , ' "Yon kaowwho be ic aad where he three men: each held a eoeked pistol; certain.-lyia Hfcka' aaae. f Until hn had growm-olde- r ate gee people to--i two of these p'siola covered Murrell which had terroriaea hast a "Well, take ear of jooreeB." bad not come wrMful-lr- ; U. Tear twetaeea relattoaa with tala aaa d bt. ataiee, which had robbed aac was leveled at Ware. the third Hleks, whea the oooat Ware have aut yoa oa the track aaac Im became the sloeey broedck with apparent hapaattr. which He throat the roil of "Httce!" cried Murrell in aatoniab- etaete. lane te wee of VocceMor to BunciB & IteHf a evotieee liaea he wow. Her good Youthe Quiotardnee the boy tala gatter Bitot for the man con frooting him. bad marketed tte hundreds ot to d pocket and moved to tfco Intend to the m Tama who could con-Banlaves. He had . utterly eoHapeetl at Totoafeoen 87 was the Clan's messenger who should MAIS' STREET them in." Continued on Kaxt Paae Over Met Baa tallica of Ufe, tula them with a Tmi1 anemdine across the atate. the first blow dealt the organisation. Offioe in Oldham Building "You're naal" repeated Pastroaa. . ?KUtraOKB temperance. The room Itself said but aWas ittU aaata Morrell, paitta "Toss up your hands, MorreU." "Unleee job bring hija to Bo melda wae p hanBoay wtta at character; Ed. shies V. Price & Co. are on exhibition at our store. Make your selection early and be one of the men get the benefit of the newest town E. V. ELDER IggjS of twenty-fou- r hours 111 smash youp roared the Judge. "Your namo isn't Fentress, It's Gatewood; you've stolen the name of Fentress, Just as you have stolen other things. What's come of Turbervllle's money? Damn your soul! 1 want my grandson! ill pull you down and leavo you stripped and bare! I'll tell the world the falso friend you've been the thier you are! I'll strip you and turn you out of these doors as naked as when you entered the world!" The Judge seemed to tower above Fentress; the man had shot up out of his deep debasement "Choose! Choose!" he thundered, his shaggy brows bent In a menacing frown. "I know nothing about tho boy," IJUisriiATos ByD.Meivijx said Fentress slowly. "By God, you He!" stormed the Judge. "I know nothing the it was plain but rich In Its appoint-ments- , and Fentress took a about towardboy," step tho 8YN0P3IS. at once his library and his door. while the cases ranged "Stay where you are!" commanded CHAPTER T Th urtn. r tho ..1.. or the story is laid In the library of an about the walls showed his tastes to the Judge. "It you attempt to leave old worn-osouthern plantation, known this room to call your niggers I'll kill as the Barony. The place Is to be sold. you on Its threshold!" f,?d i1". wtory and that of the owners, tho Qulntard3. Is the subject of discusBut Yancy and Cavendish had sion by Jonathan Crenshaw, a business stepped to the door with an Intention ua.u,a. stranger Known as Bladen, and Bpb Yancy, a farmer, when Hannibal that was evident and Fentress thin Wayne Hazard, a mysterious child of the old southern family, makes his apface cast itself in haggard lines. He pearance. Yancy tells how he adopted was feeling the Judge's terrible cathe boy. pacity, his unexpected ability to deal CHAPTER TT JotV,o.,ll TV, r i with a supreme situation. Even Mathe Barony, but the Qulntards deny any haffy gazed at his friend In wonder. knowledge of the boy. Yancy to keep Hannibal. Captain Murrell. a friend of He had only seen him spend himself the Qulntards, appears and asks queson trifles, with no further object than tions about the Barony. HaeTaSUy; "Arrest!" "You are wanted for said the man. Still Murrell did not seem to comprehend. He looked nigger-stealing." " One of the other tees spoke. "You are uaaer arrest!" ' PRODIGAL at Hues JUDGE well-Ailed asked. "Waiting to arrest you ain't that plain?" said Hues, with a grim smile. The outlaw's hands dropped at his side, limp and helpless. With some Idea that he might attempt to draw a weapon one of the men took hold of him, but Murrell was nerveless to his touch; his face had gone a ghastly white and was streaked with the markings of terror. "Well, by thunder!" cried the man "What are you doing here?" he In dull wonder. and shakes. A step seuaded la th hall and aai instant later Hicks estered the room I without the formality of knocking. Ware recognized his presence with a glance of Indifference, but did not! speak. Hicks slouched to his employ er's side and handed him a note which I FJEDING For Producion of Eggs is one very essential point, which yoa should never at any time overlook. Heas eaaaet lay Bales they are supplied with the material from whiehSpjgs are made. 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GIBSON & CO'S in any shade in our stock We want you to buy Onyx tAn onror. hosiery, which you can find ..... 1 -- twuIa AqW in,! Ask to see our lady's "Mannish Shirt" and Hand broidered Underwear r, RICHMOND HEATING AND PLUMBING COMPANY. Watch Our Watches e eool an-eth- Dr. M. Dunn Itrw. soa-e-tfcta- dls-jvJ- ri, Jt Rings, Brooches - R. Emmett Million Dr. Robt, GBoggs aaar-dere- DENTIST tal w F. J. MM The tictaM CUmx. ma: years' wes-eea- t, TKCLIIAX rtTNIDK iil llpe In an ecstacy of enjoys and dropping down before the tabta CO which served him as a desk, seised pen. (Incorporated.) "It's good enough to think about Price," admitted Mahaffy grudgingly. "It's better to do; and if anything A. D. MUler Pres. and Mgr. happens to me the papers I am going Sec'y-Trea- s. VT. Q. White to leave will tell you how it's to be done. Man, there's a million of money In sight, and we've got to get uirucKr mess assocution it and spend It and enjoy it! None or your swinish thrift for me, but life oa D6HTH HSTHCT PUBUSHE8S tXAGUL a big scale company, and feasting. and refined surroundings!" "And you are going to meet Feu $1-0- 0 YEAB tress in the morning?" asked Mahaffy. PER ruicE IK XDVJLKCK "I suppose there's no way of avoiding WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20 1912 judge. M4 tMrt ufcer mr ktier Pit feed and ad 4riak MM a gefitlesiaB yet!" Tbc judge smcM The Practical Judge (Continued fiom Page 1) Alone again, the planter collapsed Into his chair, breathing heavily, bat nls terrors swept over him and left him with a savage sense of triumph. This passed; he sprang up. Intending to recall Hicks and unmake nls bargain. What bad be been thinking of safety lay only in night! Before he reached the door his greed was in the ascendant. He dropped down on the edge of his bed, his eyes fixed on the window. The sun sank lower. From where he sat he saw it through the and upper half of the sash, blood-relivid In a mist of fleecy clouds. , It was in the tops of the old oaks now, which sent their shadows into bis room. Again maddened by his terrors, he started and backed toward the door; but again his greed, the d one dominating Influence of his life. vanquished him. He watched the sun sink. He watched the red splendor fade over the river; he saw the first stars ap pear. He told himself that Hicks CHAPTER XXVII. would soon be gone II the fire was net to be lighted he must act at Bess Leads to Betty. once! He stole to the window. It Just where he had parted from was dusk now, yet he could distinguish the distant wooded boundaries Ware, Carrlngton sat his horse, his of the great fields framed by the dark- brows knit and his eyes turned in the ening sky. Then in the silence he direction of the path. He was on his way to a plantation below Blrard, the heard the thud of hoofs. owner of which had recently import ed a pack of bloodhounds; but this CHAPTER XXVI. unexpected encounter with Ware bad affected him strangely. He still heard The Judge Names Hit Second. "Price " began Mahaffy. They wero Tom's stammering speech, he was back in Raleigh in the room the judge still seeing his ghastly face, and he had come upon him with startling 's called his office, and this was opportunity to ease his suddenness. He had chanced to look first mind on the subject of the duel, as back over his shoulder and when he they had only just parted from Yancy faced about there had been the plant and Cavendish, who had stopped at er within a hundred yards of him. Presently Carrington's glance ceas one of the stores to make certain ed to follow the windings of the path. purchases for the raft. '"Not a word, Solomon It had to He stared down at the gray dust and come. I am going to Mil him. 1 saw the trail left by Hues and his party. For a moment he hesitated; shall feel better then." "What if he kills your demanded If the dogs were to be used with any hope of success he bad no time to spare, and this was the merest suspicion. Illogical conjecture, based on nothing beyond his distrust of Ware. In the end he sprang from the saddle, and leading his horse Into the woods. tied it to a sapling. A hurried investigation told him that five men had ridden in and out of that path. Of the five, all coming from the south, four had turned south again, but the fifth man Ware, in other words had gone north. He weighed the possible significance of "Avoiding It?" almost shouted the "For what have I been living? I shall meet him, let the consequences be what they may. Tonight when have reduced certain facts to writing I shall join you at Belle Plain. The strange and melancholy history of my life I shall place In your hands tor safe keeping. In the morning I can be driven back to BoggsV "And you will go there without second?" "If necessary; yes." "I declare. Price, you are hardly fitted to be at large! Why, you act as If you were tired of life! There's Yancy there's Cavendish!" The judge gave him an Indulgent but superior smile. "Two very worthy men, but I go to Boggs' attended by a gentleman or go there alone. I am aware of your Solomon; otherwise prejudices, might ask this favor of you." Mr. Mahaffy snorted loudly and turned to the door, for Yancy and Cavendish were now approaching the house, the latter with a meal sack slung over his shoulder. "Here, Solomon, take one of my pistols," urged the Judge hastily. "You may need it at Belle Plain. Good by, and God bless you!" that?" quickened curiously. "Betty!" The word leaped from his lips. That small foot had left but the "It Will Be Quite Informal, the Code It one impress. There were other signs. Scarcely Applicable." however, that claimed his attention; Mahaffy harshly. The judge shrugged namely, the s of Slosson bis shoulders. and his men; and he made the In"That is as it may be." evitable discovery that these tracks "Have you forgotten your grand- were all confined to the one spot son?" Mahaffy'a voice was still harsh They began suddenly and as sudden and rasping. ly ceased, yet there was no mystery "I regard my meeting with Fentress about these; he had the marks of the as nothing less than a sacred duty wheels to help him to a sure conclu to him." sion. A carriage had turned JuBt "We know no more than we did here, several men had alighted; they this morning," said Mahaffy. "Vou' had with them a child, or a woman. are mixing up all sorts of side issues iJtner tney naa the car with what should be your real pur- riage and driven back as they had pose." come, or they had gone toward the "Not at all, Solomon not at all! 1 river. He felt the soul within him look upon my grandson's speedy re- turn sick. covery as an assured tact. Fentress He stole along the path; thefterror dare sot hold him. He knows he is of the river was ever in his thoughts, run to earth at last" and the specter of his fear seemed to "Price" flit before him and lure him on. Pres"No, Solomon no, my friend, we ently he caught his first glimpse of wia not speak of it again. You will the bayou and his legs shook under go back to Belle Plain with Yancy and him; but the path wound deeper still Cavendish; you must represent me into what appeared to be an unthere. We have as good as found touched solitude, wound on between Hannibal, but we must be active In the crowding tree forms, a little back Miss Malroys behalf. For us that has from the shore, "with an Intervening an Important bearing on the future, tangle of vines and bushes. He and since I cannot, you must be at scanned this closely as be hurried Belle Plain when Carrlngton arrives forward, scarcely conscious that he with his pack of dogs. Give him the was searching for some trampled advantage of your sound and mature space at the water's edge; but the judgment, Solomon; don't let any verdant wall preserved its unbroken false modesty keep you in the back continuity, and twenty minutes later ground. he came within sight of Hicks' clearWhos going to second you!" ing and the keel boat, where it rested snapped Mahaffy. against the bank. The judge was a picture of Indif A little farther on he found the ference. spot where Slosson had launched the "It will be quite informal, the code skiff the night before. The keel of his la scarcely applicable; I merely to boat had cut deep into the slippery tend to remove him because he Is not clay; more than this, tho impress of fit to live." the small shoe was repeated here, and " Just beside it was the print of a child's "At muttered Mahaffy. I intend to start one day Tight bare foot. He no longer doubted that Betty even If I never live to begin another," said the judge, a sudden fierce light and Hannibal had been taken across flashing from his eyes. "I feel that the bayou to the cabin, and he ran this la the turning point In my ca back up the path the distance of a reer, Solomon!" he went on. "The mile and plunged Into the woods on beginning of great things! But I his right, his purpose being to pass shall take no chances with the fu- around the head of the expanse of ture; I shall prepare for every pos sluggish water to a point from which sible contingency. I am coins: to he could later approach the cabin. make you and Yancy my grandson's But the cabin proved to be better guardians. There's a hundred thou- defended than he had foreseen; and sand acres of land hereabout that as he advanced, the difficulties of the must come to htm, I shall outline In task be had set himself became alwriting the legal steps to be taken to most insurmountable; yet sustained substantiate his claims. Also he will as he was by his Imperative need, he Inherit largely from me at my death." tore his way through the labyrinth of Something very like laughter es trailing vines, or floundered across acre-wid- e caped from Mahaffys 11ns. patches of green slime and There you go, Solomon, with your black mud, which at each step threat-- ; inopportune mirth I What In God's name have I if I haven't hope? Take AFTER HHP that from me and what would I be? Why, the very fate I have been fight ing off with tooth and nail would Look Out for Trouble overwhelm me. Pd sink Into unimThe after-effect-s of the Grip are t portance my unparalleled misfor to be serious, but a noraa! feeaKhy tunes 'would degrade me to a level condition may bo restored In a with the commonest! No, sir, I've prislngly short time by "VlaoL never been without hope, and though watertowH, Wis. "After a I ve fallen I ve always got up. What attack of the Grip say system was la Fentress has Is based on money he a very weakeaed, nervosa aad rum-stele from me. By God, the days of down conditio. I began taklae Ylol his proflt4aking are at an end! I am with the very best reeuHs, tmi r a geiag to strip his. And even If I short tlae I began to fei Hfc aa en don't live to enjoy what's mine, nay tirely different person. better grasfeea eh all! He shall wear vel- - and stronger tfc&a I have aa for aeea vei and a lace collar and ride his son? years." AdlMe Gam. (We yet, toy God, m a leoU-maa'tnujd- - toe tfeta teetiseaM to "be geawtee.) en Meaid!" we save sever aeM ta oar atore "It Mi4e well. Price, tot wfeere' aaea a ralaaUe atreuta creator aae tlae MMf eeeatac from to puafc law-- feeaMt reeterer for ta tina nliMiit, the weak ami. m 1M, aa4 TTm we aek Moete la mi vteaufcy to try wwt tMc III. "Mm wH to Jeaa. a MtUe of TtaoL wtta tM wfar mum. Our hartee U Hfttac I that their ateaer w ae MR MR! K K aees mot ae aH atoka of mm! WT1 ft. B. L MIDOKLTOX, Druggate C row Mrt taportAd brandy iMrrrtvMtr JUcaxoxD, Kt ' boot-printd sun-up!- these facts. "I am only wasting time!" iio con fessed reluctantly, and was on the point of turning away, when, on the very edge of the road and just where the dust yielded to the hard clay of the path, his glance lighted on the print of a small and daintily shod foot. The throbbing of his heart ened to engulf him in their treacherous depths, until at the end of an hour he gained the southern side of the clearing and a firmer footing within the shelter of the woods. Here be paused and took stock of his surroundings. The two or three buildings Mr. Hicks had erected stood midway of the clearing and were very modest Improvements adapted to their owner's somewhat flippant pursuit of agriculture. While Carrlngton was still staring about him, the cabin door swung open and a woman stepped forth. It was the girl Beas. She went to a comer of the building and called loudly: "Joe! Oh, Joe!" Carrlngton glanced in the direction of the keel boat and an instant later saw Slosson clamber over its side. crossed to the cabThe tavern-keepe- r in, where he was met by Bess, who placed In his hands what seemed to be a wooden bowl. With this be slouched oft to one of the outbuildings, which he entered. Ten or fifteen minutes slipped by, then he came from the shed and after securing the dopr, returned to the cabin. He was again met by Bess, who relieved him of the bowl; they exchanged a few words and Slosson walked away and afterward disappeared over the side of the keel boat. This much was clear to the food had been taken to some one in the shed to Betty and the boy! more likely to George. He waited now for the night to come, and to him the sun seemed fixed In the heavens. At Belle Plain Tom Ware was watching it with a shuddering sense of the swiftness of its flight But at last the tops of the tall trees obscured it; it sank quickly then and blazed a ball of fire beyond the Arkansas coast, while its dying glory spread aslant the heavens, turn ing the flanks of the gray clouds to violet and purple and gold. With the first approach of darkness Carrlngton made his way to the shed. Hidden in the shadow he paused to listen, and fancied he heard difficult breathing from within. The door creaked hideously on its wooden hinges when be pushed it open, but as it swung back the last remnant of the day's light showed him some dark object lying prone on the dirt floor. He reached down and his hand rested on a man's booted foot. "George " Carrlngton spoke softly. but the man on the floor gave no sign that he heard, and Carrington's ques tioning touch stealing higher he found that George If It were George was lying on his side with his arms and legs securely bound. Thinking he slept, the Kentucklan shook him gently to arouse aim. "George?" he repeated, still bend ing above him. This time an inarticulate murmur answered him. At the same Instant the woolly head of the negro came under his Angers and he discovered the reason of his silence. He was aa securely gagged as he was bound. "Listen, George It's Carrlngton I am going to take off this gag, but don't speak above a whisper they may hear us I" And he cut the cords that .held the gag In place. "How yo' get here, Mas'r Ca'ing- Ken-tuckia- n: added. Carrlactea gave Mr aa: to credulous glaaee. "Yoa aea't better me? That would fetch our aaea up katfe from the keel beat No wouldn't stop me!" "Don't be toe sre ef that" Carrlngtoa sternly. The girl met the menace of hie worse with soft, full throated laughter. "Why, yo" hand's shaMa' bow, Mr. Carrlngton!" "You know me?" "Yes. I seen you once at Boggs.' She made an impatient movement. "You can't do nothing against them fo men unless I help you. Miss .Mai roy's to go down river tonight they're only waiting fo a pilot you all's got to act quick!" Carrlngton hesitated. "Why do you want Miss Malroy to escape?" he said. The girl's mood changed abruptly. She scowled at him. "I reckon that's a private matter. to know Ain't it enough fo you-al- l that I do? I'm showing how It can be done. Them four men on the keel boat are strangers in these parts, they're waiting fo a pilot, but they don't know who he'll be. I've heard you-a- ll was a river-mawhat's to hinder yo taking the pilot's place Looks like yo' was willing to risk yo1 life fo Miss Malroy or you wouldn' be here." "I'm ready" said Carrlngton, his hand on the door. "No, you ain't jest yet" Interposed the girl hastily. "Listen to me first They's a dugout tied up 'bout a hun dred yards abovo the keel boat; you must get that to cross In to the other side of the bayou, then when yo're ready to como back yo're to whistle three times it's the signal we're exr pectlng and I'll row across fo' you In one of the skiffs." "Can you see Miss Malroy in the meantime?" "If I want to, they's nothln to Bin der me," responded Bess 6ullenly. "Tell her then " began Carrlng ton, but Bess interrupted him. "I know what yo' want She aln' to cry out or nothln' when she sees you-alI got sense enough for that' Carrlngton looked at her curiously. "This may be a serious business for your people," be said significantly, and watched her narrowly. may get killed. I reck- "And you-ain if yo' want to do anything bad enough you don't mind much what comes after," she answered with hard little laugh, as she went from. the shed. "Come!" said Carrlngton to the ne gro, when he had seen the cabin door close on Bess and her lantern; and they stole across the clearing. Reach ing the bayou s'lde they began a noise less search for the dugout, which they quickly found, and Carrlngton turned to George. "Can you swim?" he ye-att- 'a l. ll bui not 6a me. HI kelp faV Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Raws, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber arid all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE TTTE J. B. Walker Tandy Ead at 'Jesse Cobb In Defense of H&Country and home George "Washington won fame and honor, as well as by his tra'd in the "cheri7 tree" incident. Our fame has been won by honor ana truth also In our dealings with those who have profited by our unbiased advice in the purchaso of farms, homes and building lots in Madison county. Celebrate Washington's Birthday by visiting some of the property we have on sale Best Braces for fences, Water TariKs, etc.and any kind Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. -- KENTUCKY ocal and Long Distance TeIepiKne83 'feff Richmond, Ky Building Time Will Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. Richmond's Quality Meat Market The chances are The farmer brought him hore. And those other little pigs That stayed at home Ho doubt will be brought here, too. Ye are headquarters for soon be here and it will be to your advantage to consult me letting contracts for constructing or repairing buildings. All work guaranteed. All orders left at this office will reach me be-fp- re Cardui Woman'sTomc Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut The ChoicePork Quality Groceries Await You Here T.C Broaddus. Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 Second-s- :::::: t Jeff Stone L. LEEDS Painter and Decorator Residence 352 Woodland Avenue DISTRIBUTOR OF Write to: Ladies Advisory Dent.. for Special Instructions, and -- pae book, -Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. J 56 WAN TEDS The 1 Richmond, Ky Henry Basch Company's RSked. "Yea, Mas'r' "Then go down into the water and drag the canoe farther along the shore and for God's sake, no sound!" he cautioned. They placed a second hundred yards betwen themselves and the keel boat In this manner, then he had George bring the dug-oto the bank, and they embarked. Keeping within the shadow of the trees that fringed the shore, Carrlngton paddled silent ly about the head of the bayou. "George," ho at length said, bend ing toward the negro; "my horse is tied in the woods on the right-hanside of the road just where you were taken from the carriage last night you can be at Belle Plain inside of an hour." "Look here, Mas'r Ca'lngton, those fplks yonder is kin to Boss Hicks. If he gets his hand on me first don't ypu reckon he'll stop my mouth? been here heaps of times fotchin' let ters fo' Mas'r Tom," added George. "Who "were the letters for?" asked the Kentucklan, greatly surprised. "They was fo' that Captain Murrell; seems like him and Mas'r Tom "was mixed up in a sight of business." "When was this recently?" In quired Carrlngton. He was turning over this astonishing statement of the slave over in his mind. "Well, no, Mas'r; seems like they d Farmers' Tobacco Warehouise Co. IXCOJtrOBATED. Looking Through. Our list of paints you will be amaz e at the many rarities for special uses. Superb Wall Papers Chicago Samples Submitted to Your Own Home New York : Novel Colorings Moderate Prices Estimates Furnished 5atisfaction Guaranteed A POSTAL CARD BRINGS ME There Are Paints For Every Purpose. From tho usful water paints for cellar walls, barns, etc., to the finest of var nishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Toll us what you want to do and we'll supply tho paint product with which to do it SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Wants to sell your tobacco. "We have put in additional lights, aud have plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. BJuett & Phone Son East Main US A TRIAL 3 PHONL 251. Wall Paper and Paints m You Don't Have To 203 RICHMOND, KY Worry about impure Seeds if you buy from Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Company, Incorporated EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND. KENTUCKY NEAR L. & N. DEPOT D. B. McKinney E. Main Street "I reckon you'd better keep away from the big house yet a while," said Carrlngton. "Instead of going there, stop at the Belle Plain landing. You'll find a raft tied up to the shore; it be longs to a man named Cavendish. Tell him what you know that I've found Miss Malroy and the boy; tell him to cast off and drift down here. I'll run the keel boat aground the first chance I get so tell him to keep a sharp ain't bo thick here recently." State Normal EXPENSES VERY LOW. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Successor to Tate & Son rnilDrrO TUITION Telephone 35 Preparatory, State Certifi- cato. Life Diploma, County Certificate, Reviow, Special TO APPOINTEES FREE The Man Who Knows a Good Thing whon ho finds it, always comes to Ricci's for a thick, juicy, tender and luscious steak. There is no disappointment in tho meal that is ordered here. It always gives satisfaction and delight to our patrons because we buy the choicest and have it cooked to suit the bonviant and tho dainty appetite of tho ladies who como to ASK ABOUT IT. I will make it to your interest it you see me before buying ARTISTIC CATALOGUE FREE Address J. G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. lookout' TO BE CONTINUED Two of Our Leaders A Texas Explanation, Texas is a land of many surprises Some of the events that happen there would stapgeriumanity. For Instance, a few weeks ago a stranger was travel ing through the Slate, and was somo what puzzled to see what (he took to be a tall chimney rising upon the monolon ous surfaco of tho prairio, without the trimmings that usually accompany such smoke removers. "And may I ask what's that chimney fori" ho queried, turning to a native .'Surely no one is going to build a fac tory in this desolate ho!e?" Tho man of Texas looked glum "wan, stranger, came nls reply, "you see we git some cute weather here That's old Joe Miller's well. A cyclone turned her upside down and insido out as well." I Going to Build? I I I FIGURE YOUR 33-- lt RICCI'S STJT iT 1 TELEPHONE 3 f 'r & 1. Attobnsyat-La.'- w , Richmond, - Kentucky. op-os- ite over State Bank & Trust Co., Court House, on Main Street. A Gentle Knock. He Was. as Securely Gagged as He Was Bound. ton?" asked the negro guardedly, as the gag fell away. "Around the head of the bayou." "Lawd!" exclaimed George, in a tone of wonder. "Where's Miss Betty?" "She's in the cabin yonder fo' the love of God, cut these here other ropes with yo knife, Mas'r Ca'lngton I'm perlshln with 'em!" Carrlnsr- ton did as he asked, and groaning. George sat erect. "I'm like I was gone to sleep all over," he said. 'You'll feel better la a moment. Tell me about Tlllsa Malroy?" "They done fetched us here last night I was trivia Missy into Ral eigh her aad young Mas'r Hazard when fo si en atop us in the road." "Who were they, do you know?" asked Carrlngton. "Lawd what's that?" Carrlngton, knife In hand, swung about on his aeel. A last arm's light flashed suddenly in his face and Bess Hicks, with a low startled cry breaking from her Hps, paused In the doorway. Springing forward, Carriagton seized her by the wrist "Hush!" he grimly warned. "What ve you doin here?" aeeiaad-edth- e girl, as ke ee4eavored to saake ff hi3 aai, Vut Carriagtea drew her toto aaed, as the aeor, t his1 back agatoet There was a brief sileace ewrtag wUea Beae regarded the Xeatoehtea wHk a Ma of A story of extraordinary deafness was recently untolded at a meeting of i medical society in Philadelphia, Pa An elderly lady, exceedingly hard of hearing, lived near the river. One eve ning a warship fired a salute of ten guns. The woman, alono in her little house, waited until the booming ceased. Then she smoothed her dress, brushed back her hair and said sweetly: "Come I BIWQ&Ba H IL Near & A. Depot IHB COMPANY Incorporated RHEUMATISM Ir H Telephone 425 I a " Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY For 15 j it a Staa&rd Rwdr lor all forms of XlHrutln, kattro, til tore The Genuine Vulcan Chilled Plows and Genuine Vulcan Repairs or nroUM muclt, Joint. It quickly rdkvM tlx mm pain; reduce the ftm, aad JImlatM a box at dniggitta. MWto for m Frtta the poiton from the pat, tytMs. M ceeM J. T. FERR1ELL H. L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridgo and Inlay Avork Dr. WwHMfl MscrlmhM IN LMtyMM St. MM Ux C. The Syracuse Hill Side Real Estate Oldham Building Aent Why We Shake Hands. In." Richmond, Ky GREBfLEAF & HRRINGT0N Specialty. . Ofllco in Bank Building. Agricultural Train., What will no doubt prove to be the greatest agricultural train ever run in the South in tho interest of the farmers, live stock breeders and rural homes will be inaugurated March 25. They will be run under the auspices or the Kentucky Experiment Station, Agricultural De partment and railways, and will traverse seventy countioj of the State, carrying a handsome equipment and prominent speakers. Lawyers Office in Douglas & Simmons' new JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. services Reasonable. PHONE 83, or 481. Building on Second Street opp. Court House c C Sale & Co. H. G. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of those its patron needing services of a competent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Cin-ctaM- Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining in the Richmond, Ky., postoftlco for the week ending March 1C: Barney, My. Ed. Bolue, Vrs. Fannie Uronston, Mr. James Chenault, Mrs, Harriett Crislw-- j Agnes CojHbe, Mat K HaaiNtou, Mr. Georgo Lurns McCeaite, Mr. John Now by,- Mrs. Luey Oldhaw, T. R. Pearson. Mr. John 'PottsMr. Louie ;Rallln, Mr. Janes Reynold. H, If. f RouaM, Mrs. Aitelm SUa,.sHM Pawl SMMa.'MlMjfeafe . Are the largest all-a- r ootid ord er buyers of cattle, bogs, sheep, Iamb, and calves at the ti Union Stock Yards. Coeaafn your stock to them ad receive the hiffcest market pnect. " H. G JAMES farm Will buy or sellyour house, town- - lots iun te eM it W. S. Morris. or any thing )4e raa-dow- Iwrlumii. she to speak. "I reeaoa yea-aafter XEm Matter," atoUd wu tae aave ' art - ' mm DMtrw w "Taea yeu reokoa rieC carrtactoa. The girl 9om aer tore! Tarawa. mAb4 you-a- tt taaik yea Mr away treat aere" aha 1 aia't afraid of y& tralfa ma ill eaeaiti oa was, eeteuT. Juntas ay Stake, Wil.y Wyrtofc, Mr. aae Ma, like la camag lor tM above letter, 'adrerilafe." C. 0. VTaijucm, P. JL Jng Rieluwmd, OOo else in the Real Estate line. Any business intrusted to him will be prompt and attended, t,o. See bim if his services are' needed. 1. R. Peatr-fafta- a Ve rpresat oti bound re Btxt door to f7nTmmwi tail Insurance Companies ear-efully Ky. 1 member this. Did you ever ask yourself the question why yon shako hands with a person whom you know! Here is the reason, says the hew York Sun: "In the old days, when every man who had anv pretensions to being a gentleman carried a sword, it was,the custom of men when they mot to show that they had no in tention of treachery, to ofTer each ovher their woapon hands that is. tho hand that would ba used to draw the sword, and to withhold tho hand was usually the signal for a fight. So fixed did this habit become that long after men ceased to wear swords they still offered the weapon hand to a frjend and declined to offer it to an enemy. To this day wheivyou refuse to shako hands with a person it signifies you are at war. Among savages who never carried Mr Farmerr ifato swords, tho practico of shaking hands yoarsell in a positidtt to get the latest market quotations a iL is unknown and it affords them amuse By ttae. This can be accomplished by mem of onr telephone service, whe ment to see the white men do it. yo mci yoar Betzhbor can rat for a ham thu i v,. unii .nn,nIrA.t itk J"res8 our uairewomce or write direct to headquarter Indisputable. TeBBwfQr information rega-rdiour special "FaimeHf Line 't pree yoa art not eejoyin telephoae service, we can Immediate "If you stand with your back to the yo. 0rlieeovert)H State cteetackr. Tenneseeo, Mls8i(ajrr south, Yfhat have ypu 6n your left band!' LeMM aad tk 8ttfara pet Km cf Iadiaaa ad Illinois. asked the techec during the raptoy lesson. The small Uoy thought, eon SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporate sklered his taatk, and gave Dm right answer. "Fiwtew. sir." b mbU1. To produce en ktml of flour mwirta 4 buAbok al 2,'i pouod of wkMt l. Of No. 3, 4 bttshk and 4 youods r (quired. Of 8 bushels ad 10 pomwk eaftiMTCd. ThVer fe pnee of mu per barrel as, reported rPpf-Town- ? THE. CLIMAX by cram dwlera and aillra, for the Gtftte was tt.80. ONLY FIRST-CLAS- S WORKMEM Plows and Repairs Douglas, Simmons & Deathera The Second Street Hardware Store Rural Telephones 1 " fo 9. v DO Your JOB PRINTING 2EleJ? employs 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 New Spring Suits We announce 4Ready,f 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 v 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 KENTON JUNIOR" Kenton IVIaRe Suits for Boys Our Kenton Junior Suits are tailored with g all the care that marks our Kenpains-takin- spring. Try It A ton Suits for men Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te 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 Kenton Juniors range in price ETT and HIGGINS UNDER AKING HANTED-ACHVEMAN Kenton Suits are high in quality, yet reasonable in price $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 IN EACH LOGAuTi , 1 Sick, accident. Introduce our Hen. jershlps. All or spare time. $o0 t3 f "00 a month. ETery Member seer-: 1 gives you a steady monthly In-- c re, Experience not needed. Write - ans. Box Covington, Ky. Zo oin this bocieiy. Ccz'li benefits. And JI-29- 8, I LULAL AINU & OTHERWISE i lleadleaii Hems Prepared for the 'Hurried Reader. . A 22.50 and $25.00 Other Suits $10.00, $12.50, $14.00 SPEEDWELL SHOES Speedwell Shoes have given better satisfaction than any other shoes we have ever soldmore 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 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 M. M. Hamilton-Ph- one calves, cows and up. . 1 484. fat cattle. 30-t- f Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others do and why not you. tf Boarders Wanted. 1c ic.n rooms mmI geod table. 3Ct( Ap- - XML CIjYDK PULI.HNS, Meberly avosue. oc- -. T For Rent. 'valence on Susinlt reeeatty I oo i ric ISS--lf i apt. Short, for remainder of Homo Insurance 151 light, water, stables, otc. JUNE BaXTHIU hurt! Dr. Russell's Try it. Wines Drug Stork. Tho Farm Special train will arrive at Richmond at 3:15 on March 29,1912, and will arrive at Berea at 7:30 p. m. Thos. A. Shellon. airent for Hurst Corn Remedy. SG-t- f Do your corns Co. Write me or phone ring 2. Union City, Ky. New Spring Styles in Hanan, Beacon and Si $3.50 and $4.00 Walk-Ov-er Shoes. Largest Everything for the boy. Lost Pockelbook. Baiilow & Dozier, ack pocket book containing 30-307 East Main street. s nnd silver. Gall at Climax One cause of the high cost of living is r n will be MemtiAed ami re- ss-ahow the men folk have to rent houses t tf Wo will furnish you tho best awnings and put them up at loewst prices. 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 Fjggs . i For Sale. 6. big enough to hold the women folk's hand-boxes. mowUt Rook Regs Setting outs. Pbone 161-Xhc T. M. Oldham. you are for servant former Trunk Key Lost if. Trunk key with small piece of ribbon. You can say goodbye to constipation attached. Keturn to Mrs. Clara TrayJ lome Made Maple 5yrup. with a clear conscience if you use Cham lor, C19 2f. Second street. berlain's Tablets. Many have been per jcamiiae home-mad- e have for tale Call on manently cured by their use. For sale Wild Geese Going North e s rup, absolutely pure. mC-lby all dealers. lress Largo flocks of wild geose havo been ; A. D. fc C. D Mili.hr. When in need ol Blacksmithing in passing over this section ffoing norm any of its branches, Farming imple during the past week, which, according Office for Rent ments. Huggies, Carriages, Wagons, to knowing ones, is said to be a never equipped witk water arnl heat Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. failing harbmgpr of spring. Pos-- i Miller, Union (Jity, Ky. " building on Sood street. tr given at onoe. Still Destroyed. The Duke and Duchess of Portland Douolas & Simmons. Deputy Collector W. T. Short and in have consented to preside at a dinner aid of the funds of the Queen Victoria's Deputy U. S. Marshal Mays returned Board and Lodging Jubilee Institute for Nurses, which, it last week from a moonshine raid in - or six. Also two large rooms was announced last week, will be held Owsley county, where they destroyed wo small mc adjoining, poroh on July 3. two large distilleries and several hunMlur accoeameetelloos with the dred gallons of beer, and arrested tho A Kentucky liquor firm is sending out operators, Isaac Bowlin and Walter Mrs. Claka. Traylor. 618 X. Seooftd St. an advertisement in which it offers to Coombs. give "free" a pistol or a hunting knife TriV.erlaiB's Oaegh Remedy lms with every order lor liquor, a spienuiu He's Right. s great repvtaUofl and extensive combination, "knife, whiskey, pistol. A young man of Pulaski county, who y its remarkable euros of coughs, Carlisle Mercury. is a student at tho Normal school, this It cm be depended and croup. carvisited mO-lLet us give yom a bid on your house city, recentlywith himhis parents, Trv it AH dealers. somo valuable Only best rying homo painting, outside 01 inside. scanning tho pages, ho Langshan Eggs. material used. Workmanship guaran- books. After "These books are filled remarked: & Dozier, Barlow teed. bred White Langefean oggs for 80-t- f with rich food for thought, but for 307 East Main street. everything give me TnE Kicumosd ..s $1.00 for 15. Orders booked Park Shw.to.v. from rheumatism Climax." Manv sufferers Untoa Chy, Ky. have beon surprised and delighted with Big Sale March 28. tho prompt relief afforded by applying For Rent Elsewhere will bo found tho sale ad one case Chamberlain s L.lnimcnu ssoi ' c'oonTate Creek avenue, of rheumatism in ten requires any in vertisement of B. M. Todd. Admmu and good outbuild-Ai.ul- v ternal treatment whatever. J. his lini trator of Haroid Todd. Land will bo mC-lrented. Horses, cattle, hogs, farming to Mrs. Gallic Keen, ISC ment is for sale by all dealers. SG-. fvC reek Ave. imnlements and a big lot of other things If von want to spend a pleasant eve too numerous to mention will bo sold. Long Tom ning in clean fun and first class enter- The veteran auctioneer. Tobacco Land For Rent tainment, come to the chapel at Eastern Clionault. will bo on hand. Read tho 1 j se of three rooms and sis sores for Marcn zzna, ai eigm r and some for oera. Also house Friday evening, Bingham will bo there ad. o'clock. Ralph : r.xims and nine aerbs for tobacco Tobacco Sewing Late. with his violin and songs. He will keep tuc for corn. you in a good humor while you are The tobacco growers of Madison Mite. Luchktia Cotton. f tnere.ana give you someiumg to remem- county are somewhat discouraged by the It. D. l. ber after he is gone. Admission fifty continued moist weather as they havo 1 ds for sow been unable Remedy cents. Tickets at Middleton's and so farproduction ofto plantsany However, The People's Stock Perry's. the our stock fat and healthy and manv beds have been made and are ready Dwelling and Land For Sale. for the plow and a few days of sunshine m disease. " Established Pact The People's Dwelling with about five acres of land, will give the farmers an apportunity to I 'rv Reinedv contains every in- - four milnn from Korea, well fenced. plant their seed. iit necessary for the prod notion of abundance of fruit trees, good well of Paris Defeats Caldwell. f Kkhmoku drug uo. water at the door ana in signi 01 cnurcu The Paris High School basket ball and school. Apply to M. M. Hamilton, Notice to Fox Runners. Riohmond, Ky., or Howard Maupm, team came to Richmond Fridav and de11 39--feated Caldwell High school girls by acres of Blue Lick. Ky. hundred and fifty-si- x score of 24 to 13. The game was vry r property, see. Keep your hounds and a large interesting throughout Points of View. so premies or may win uaniage crowd was present to witness the con A iia a a. a. The Brother "She's got lovable eyes, test, as there lias Deen great rivalry BeRnaaioHO Jack Boswbll. kissable llps.a nugganie snape ana uoiu tween tho two teams. Following the Old Stand. OMoe hours, one to nKla VinnHc game the young people were permitted r ) four; full face of the watch. His Sister "Yes.and she's got remov to dance until 11:30 and a most enjoyable hair, adiustable hips, colorawe able evening was spent by those present. transferable complaxion. T ?, ire of Ointments for Catarrh brows and a Have your furniture put in good order before spring cleaning. To Slaughter Dogs. .ir-ol- d Gelding For 5ale. r wegoei or Xo trouble, to give Conkey's Roup Remedy. Just a pinch in drinking water. Tho fowls take their own mediIttehmood, Ky. cine. For sale at Stocktons drug 39-store. Make up your mind now that gaMta. eod shape, big going to vote for R. B. Terrili aay kiwi of farm His record as a public has never been eclipsed by any M. X. Hamilton', oiucial. ItMmomi, Ky. cov INGYON ? 'T! and BANKS BIRTH5. Dr. Clifton Fowler, aged years, one of Lincoln county's most substantial and respected citizens, passed away about noon Thursday, at his homo on Main street. Ho had been ill but a few days with pneumonia, having contracted tho malady, as a result of becoming overheated while shoveling Dr. Fowler is snow otf tho pavement. survived by his wife. Mrs.Bettio Fowler and one child, Mrs. Preston Beck. He was born in Madison county, but came to Lincoln in early life, resided on his arm on the Knob Lick pike for many years before coming to town. A host of loved ones will extend heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved wife and family in this, thoir hour of grief interior Journal. 79 y 1 Agricultural Train Will Arrive in MATINLL AND NIGHT Opera House, Friday, March 22. of tho Maine," moving pictures of quality. A subject of na- Richmond, March 29. Tho announcement that tho Kentucky Experiment Station and tho State Department ol Agncuituro win sonu oui an agricultural train on aiarcu a, io traverse seventy counties should be of great interest to the farming communities that aro to bo visited. The special train will arrivo in Richmond on Fri day, March 29. at :i:15 p. m., and wo trust tho farmors and citizens generally will turn out and give those aboard a Demonstrations of warm reception. this kind should prove of great value to the agricultural, live stock, dairying and othor interests in tho State. The Farm Special will consist, of eight cars. One will bo devoted to dairying, one to horticulture, one to livestock and poultry, one to field crops, one Hat car for exhibition of ho live stock, ono to home economics (women's work), and two living roaches for tho lecturors. Various topics under tho above heads will bo discussed by tho best authorities The train will ailord rare available. Literaturo educational opportunities. on various farm topic will be given away. No money or labor has been spared to mako this train literally a "uninvcrsity on whoels." m "The Mystery C tf . t . :tO-t- L - Tiiat Contain Mercury " 1U )...! tn ha the scene of a .fViniscnin Kinnf hter. as 303 docs mon t Aermutr rtrf Im wsulr whfiln and hound and u umxrtp '.''l i 'iir la- - ated cxcrvi be sacrificed iiuubtc iicUBa. u tk daug cua ,n the alter of the law. feheriff tin ii u to tu - i. Iron, tarsi. Hall' CaUrrt Core, High -- 1 l.j F. J. Oan & Co.. Tuleto. O.. Edmund D. Smithnilis to bo "Lord rnmn about throueh It ntrrarr. a4 M takes latmtalir. . tly nrtem tkr Mnaa aa4 mui 11. sitr-the Fiscal Court that r.tL la barbie Hall' UCatarrb an order issued bylicense had not been cu " roa a4 Hh r.wliw It UUa every dog whoso ' inn. T 11 .. Ohio, hj F. i. riii must iro. and ro they will. lext T.tlailU trre. Monday is to be the day their death war 'rnffrl-- t. Pli. nr. VT tiottl. rants will be signed. xBtlit ITUla fur cuiutipatiea. mrrtr (fee 1.. mar at utMi mH r!...tnicri i i l- i t- NEW DECORATIVE WALL PAPERS ur new spring goods are all in stock, and include all the new creations, including Cut Out Borders and Decorations with Cretoones o match, Panel Effects, permanent Imported Oat Meal Md Grass Cloth Papers, and a large assortment of the cheaper grades from 4c Single li mprke. they matoh. Wo will hang Only first-class Roll8 Yards Remember we sell you Borders Suae Price as Pipers your paper and do your painting at the lowest price. workmen employed mm mmm mm Paper Hanging and Painting ftik - luncsiJBaiB street ilatx. CaBaMaaaaTaaT mm iiiiiiiiii ,mduirfn beautiful souvenir edition of a book let entitled "Cocoa, Fla., the Gem City of the Indian River," sent to us by Queen & Crescent Route. Millinery display, March 23 and 29 at Elder J. G. Parsons, late of Irvine, now and reReduced fares to Cincinnati located at Cocoa. turn, account "World in Cincinnati," a Miss K. V. Schmidt's, Second street.302t to all. Missionary Exposition of interest Millinery Opening. Play Ball. Tickets on sale March 11 to 13,inclusivo; Our spring millinery opening will bo to 27, inclusive, 18 to 20. inclusive: 25 Thero is great rejoicing among the hold Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 3, inclusive, good returnand April that including date of fans of Richmond over the fct Blue-gra- Marcli 2S, 23 and 30. Tho many beauing, within four days, city will bo represented in tho sale. Apply to nearest Ticket Agent. this Baseball League during the pres tiful creations that will be on display will bo worth coming miles to see. Queon &, Crescent Route, for full inent season, somo months ago doubt Everybody in the county is cordially in38-tformation. Tubley: Death has invaded many regarding the certainty of Rich vited. 39-existed Maiicii & Douglas. homes in Richmond and Madison county mond being represented when the timo during the past few weoks and brought Jolly Time Anticipated. to call ball arrived, but this feoling has Attend To It Now. sorrow and mourning, whero pjace and Now that we havo a primary election disappeared and has been replaced by TnE Climax solicits tho horse and happiness had reigned only a short whilo law that will permit both rich and less great hilarity among tne lovers ot the jack cards for the season of 1912. We before, and tho chronicling oi merecoru fortunate creatures to comminglo in the national sport. At a meeting of the have all varieties of tine cuts and can of the Grim Reaper has cause no greater frav for nublic favors, let every man baseball enthusiasts, hold in this city your taste, no matter what you may sorrow than the death or Mr. ureen . who has the longing for oilico get bufy sevoral weeks ago, it was decided to suit Our Turley, who, on last Saturday night, a member of tho Blue-gra- desiro in this line of printing. witli the voters and announce for the discontinue as League unless a guaran- - prices will please you and we guarantee joined the innumerable and eternal car Baseball otllco to which he thinks ho is best Mr. Turley left several weeks satisfactory work in every instance. avan fitted to servo his constituents and we eo of the necessary funds to linanco the Coma in and leave your order before the ago for Hot Springs, Ark., to be treated will havo ono grand jolly time at tho team could be secured. This aroused for rheumatism, from which he has suf tho fans to such an extent that a com rush begins. expense of tho masses. taimouturen fered many years. Ilis condition seem mittee was appointed to securo the nec dleionian. ed to improve, but after a short stay in Killing Sheep. essary amount needed to place tho team city, a message to his lamny anon a hrm lounuaiion, wnicn was esti Within tho past ten days and nights that by those in a position to know to dogs havo played havoc with the sheep nounced that ho was suffering from par mated His sons, Messrs. Edgar and Noticebo 32.000, nnd tboso selected to manage and lambs in Montgomery county, got- - alysis. tho Pioneers during the coming season ling into tho flocks and killing and John, leit lmmeuiaioiy lor wie oeusiue refused to take charge and attempt to maiming over 100, causing heavy loss to of the stricken parent and found his T- oCreeping alarming. carry to a successful completion the sheep men. The curs travel in packs condition to be deadly grip, had seiz oaralvsis with its managemont ot mo ciuo unless tins and make their attack at night. Tho ed the form of this popular and beloved amount was subscribed. Saturday every loss sustained from tho curs in that citizen and tho end earner at ten o clock dollar had been pledged, and toe man county will reach over 81,000, Saturday night. Deceased was perhaps will please sign agors aro now busily engaged in making Correspondents, JSARLOW K UOZIHIC cm preparations for the opening game A healthy man is a king in his own ono of tho best known oi tno oiuer many 39-t- f 307 East Main, street. t":eir names to evory news letter tor Many new players nave been signeu ana right; an unhealthy man an unhappy zens of Madison connty. sent in, also givo their postotllce will report here for trial during the next slave. For impure blood and sluggish years he conducted a livery stable in Birthday and Doll wedding address. When requesting more On this city and was known ov almost few weeks. Tho captain of the Pio liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. and child in the everv The following invitations havo ben neers has not been secured, but the fans tho market 35 years. $1.00 a bottlo. lm county. man. woman nil write samo on stationery, please He was at times a lovable (Jxtended to their many friends: of this city may rest assured that a good soparato sheet of paper. possessing a and affable gentleman, Charles Jewell and t annie Leo v ai- From Texas. man will bo selected for this important Letter sunnv disposition rarely seen in a man position, and every assurance Is made laco will celebrate their Hth anu uin A business letter from Mr. G. E. Lilly, birthdays on March 20, that Richmond will have in tho field of San Antonio, Tex., to The Cliuax of his years and business oxperience,and THE CLIMAX CO. great sorrow even Also a Uoll weuaing wm ue ueiu. this season a ball team that will equal closes by saying: "The Kentucky his death will cause of bis home county1 beyond tho convines We Invite you. any in the circuit. coionv hero is doing pretty well, corn Mr. Turley leaves to mourn nis ueaui a A Home. Paint Lick. Ky. has been planted, the wild ilowcrs are wife and soven children, who aro Mes Both of these little folks wcro born in Cecilian Club Notes. coming in prolusion, me grass is nign srs. R. Edgar. G. B. Jr., John and Wil Division Board to Meet month of March, there being nine the trees are in bloom anu bear liam Turley, Mrs. Sam Deatherage,Mrs, Some unavoidable circumstanco pre and green,may Midlines oi the Division Boards will days difference in their ages, so they v ing. ait oe home soon. Chas. Higgins and Miss Bessie Turley, bo held Saturday. March 23, in tho Edu- vented Mrs. Burton Faris from having holding a joint celebration. are Tho last sentence is ot unusual inter to all of whom tiie climax joins wun a cational Divisions ofMadision county to tho Cocilian Club meet with her on est. "Wo may all be home soon, umit greatest Wpdnesdav and fill Madisonian Now Manages ML nut vacansies in itemized needs ofmake March 13. afternoon of last week.- tho word 'may" and say "will" instead host of friends in expressing noble and. svmoatbv . in this .loss of their T. Georgo W. Picktho Mrs their annual your friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lilly, Jackson Sanitarium. county schols for tho scholastic year els kindly offered her homo and and rejoice ana exiena you a nearty generous nusoanu ana tamer, r unerai services were conducted yesterday after Mr nhiulps Cliff and wife. Mrs. Mao beginning J uiy i. Miss Julia Iliggins was tho leader ot i will noon at tho home of tho deceased on TWiil Cliff, until recently of this Tho County Board of Education will most eniovablo program, "Natoma;' welcome home. names, n.mnir hs va taken charge of Mt. Jack bo in session March 3", to awaru con Victor Herbert's new opera was the sub- Parks' Heirs Win Damage Suit. Big Hill pike by Kev. B. a.of which nastor of the Christian church, Mrs. Warfiold Bennett having son Sanitarium, Indianapolis. Ind., and tracts for tho orection of two new scuooi ject. The following item from tho Jessa Mr. Turley was a devout member. His ihn management of that popular insti h.,n.i;nTc onn at Kiiksvillo and the heard tno opera several wgcks agu m to tution will in tho future be under their nhor nr. Waco. Tho Board will also Cincinnati gavo a pleasing account of it mine Journal will be of interest hero romains vero laidtho rest In tho Rich burial services beMr. Parks was born and reared. mond Cemetery, snnarvision. Ms. Cliff was. for many m,u nut. thnir annual budget for re nmi rnd both favorable and untavor- vears. a creat sufferer from rheuma nuirnmnnts nf the COUntV Schools for nhlo nowsnaner clippings aa to the Ho was an uncle of Mrs. liettte rarks, ing conducted by Riohmond Lodge Free and Accented Mason, a the cast of char tism, and about ft vear ago moved to la year 1012. mriu of the oneranndme accompnsueu of this city, whose daughter. Miss Mary ber of which Mr. Turleyconsistent mem had been for Pnrks. married xnos. rarics, jr. xne dimiapolis In order to be accessablo to acters, illss uaar, many years the sanitarium, wnere. alter a snori Now is the time to havo your, screen voice and piano teacaorat Madison in Journal says: period, he was restored to perfect work donn. Don t wait until tno mes etttutn mva three charming numoers, The damage suit of the heirs of Thos. A Good Man. health. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff havo many get in. Wo do all kinds or ny screen MnstnrJna Giunchigilanl played wun Parks. Sr.. against the L. & N. Railroad ., . jjuAii-unrt intie touch and much tendorness the On. has been settled In. tho Woodford friends in Richmond and ilaatson work. uAKLuw As we go to press Mr. J. Ed. Cosby, of in 39-tvinitn nhi trnto to Mrs. tiangor s oeauii court. county who wish them much success 307 East Main street Tho plaintiff sued tho railroad Red House, lies at point of death from f ful song. After the program delightful company for 8X1.690, and was given pneumonia, with scarcely a possibility their undertaking. were MS nso. Mr. rarks. ooiora nis aeam of living through tho day. Changes At Keely Institute, rhnnnlato. sandwich and candies Prof. Smith Will Be With lived on the Troy pike, about a mile from Tho Central Record says: "Dr. Dick ssrved. Keene, on what is known as tne u. vr, kllngfc &i Agricultural Train. hns resiirnod as DhvsicKn in chargo of Sketch of the Opera "Natoma. upening. Mosley place. On the morning of Tues Mrs. Johnson. Normal the Keely Instituted Crab Orchard and Friday and Saturday, Prof. O. D. Smith, of tho Thursday. Herbert day, J una 20, he was onrouto from hom (Natoma) Minuet School, will havo charge of the Horti Dr. R. L. Willis. lormeny supennicu of his son. Samuel, riding in a covered March 21, 22 and 23. Spring's newest Miss Julia viniie. In Asvlum cultural car of the Agricultural train .lnnt of tho Easturn has been for tho Herbert wagon, and was struok by a west boun and daintiest stylo conceptions sun appointed YnieoBewaro of tho Hawk orr sano at Lexington, which starts out from Frankfort train while attempting t itted by the leading millinery artists in Miss mar. the Tuesday next under the auspices of tho to succoed him. 'Dr. Willis is ono of and Review of th6 Opera cross tho railroad track at Lyne's cross the world win oe on exhibition, iou Agricultural Department for a fnrnmost nhvsicians in the Stato Rutin Mrs. Warfield Bennett. lug between Keene and rinkaru. in are cordially invited. month's tour of the Statu; Practically will add much to the already successfula Panuelo hnr was instantly killed and wagon uo is iMrs. Mlddolton. nvp.rv Imnortant town in Kentucky will institute at Crab Orchard. For 5aJe Privately. completely demolished. Mr. Park was tin visited, nnd demonstrations in scien brother of Mr. Joe Willis tho clever Rfireeluso fJocelTn) r.Godard so badly injurea tnat uo uieu a id at thn SDrings. A new electric Dwelling of nino rooms with two 1 tifio farming methods will be given from Violin Obligato Joo Giunctiigllani hours later in tho hospital at Versailles, acres of ground: good orchard, vine- aro being and lighting I the train, rrouomito wm uavo tunrgo installed plant many ico plant Mrs. H. B. Hanger. without regainiug consciousness." mora improvements va.rd. stable, chicken house, coal house. and will givo of tho Horticultural car. and Schubert placed In Impromptu B fiat. cabin, etc.; all in first- In the latest and most madoandthoSprlr!Ewiillw Hflmonstratlons "Suffered day and night the torment moke houso. My family beinjf swan, Miss Mary D. Pickels. repair. growing and car- first class conditten.by the time ut the Nothing helped mm nnrnvl methods of of Heals plte." 0OiB4T sohsiju. Dr.Dick Current Events to sell ray noma am suy int. fnr fruit trees, including planting, nnonl-K- T of the lyarm&nenll until I uewl Down's Oiatmeat. The reVn. Neale Bennett. v located, but one. Terms easy. Apply to smudging. His ho nntas vet hiuMtnr. rnftinar and GottschaVk sult wm lasting." Hoc. John R. Gar- smaller . 33-t- f a Keely Institute Tremolo William Devore. classes at school will bo veil provided will doublloss establish rett, Mayor, Girerd, Ala. Miss Burn for durinf his absence. o ss 2t ss -- tional intorest which describes, in detail, one of tho most horrible crimes of American history and one of the most foremost events of modern history the raising of the Maine which was blown up in Havana Harbor, Cuba, on the memorable night of February IS, jb'Js. Theso pictures wore taken by special permission granted by the Department War of tho United States govern ment and shows the interesting stages and incidents of this stupendous under lien taking from its commencement. you stop to realize that this iwork year started December 1, lull, over a o, you may bo able to judge the ex- penso and patienco that theso pictures avo cost, as it was necessary to have a carriers operator stationed at Havana during the entiro tim.o Tho intense interest in theso wonder pictures can be ful and calculated when wo recall that tho most famous slogan of American history was Remember the Maine. Can you inl ine any subject that will appeal to every human being in the Stato as "Tho Mystory of the Maine?" awo-inspiri- Friends here have received news of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James Dunlop, of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Dunlop was prior to her marriage. Miss Elizabeth Embry of this city. Nows has been received Jiero of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Gardner, of Jacksonville, Flu. Tho proud parents, who formerly resid ed in Irvine, have many friends in Richmond who extend hearty Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Marion Kid- ell, of Speedwell neighborhood, Wed nesday, March 13, twin girls. One of the liitle ones is living and doing nicely, the other one having died soon after birth. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford, of Speedwell neighborhood, Saturday, March 10, a hne thirteen pound i Deaths Fowler: Democrats You want Good County Government, don't you? The only way to get it is to elect Good Officers. It is your duty to yourselves as taxpayers to know positively which one of t he candidates for the nomination for ounty Attorney will give the best service for the money paid him. It is a business proposition Court Day Dinner. The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church will serve a Court Day Dinner, Monday. 39-April 1, at the Masonic Temple. 2t Brock At her home at Collego Hill, on Wednesdsy March, 13, Mrs. William Brock, of heart trouble, agcu aooui strictlynot a matter of sentiment, friendship Thanks. The Climax acknowledges receipt of seventy years. Deceased had been HI only a short time, uosiues nea nusoanu she leaves four children, three sons, Charles, William and Oliver and one daughter. Miss Annie and two brothers. Richard and Ira Scudder and one sister. Miss Charity. All of her sons, daughter brothers and sistor live in this county and this was tho ffrst death that ever occured in hor immediate family. Her funeral services wore held in College Hill Methodist church of which she was a devout and consitont member, Thursday afternoon last by her pastor. Rev. Mr. Wyatt, burial tamng piaco in me College Hill cemetery. or close acquaintance. You want a lawyer that has had the proper training and experience and who is honest and energetic. Which Candidate's Record Is THE. BLST? If that of any other is better than mine votel for him. If mine is best vote for me and I will appreciate it. J. J. GREENLEAF. J Toilet Papers Our Toilet Paper is actual count and of guaranteed quality. If you want a 5c Roll or Package, a 1 Oc Roll or Package, a 5c Roll or Package or a 25c Roll we have it and it is THE BEST: 1 Gorrespondenls! sf 1 REX SILVER TISSUE Hand Wound Roll; measures five inches in diameter and contains 3.C00 shflots. Price, 2uc & roll. WHITK BIR-OOne tboseaad sfceeas actual count, six 8 5x7 REX CARTON PACKAGES quality as Rex Sane Ti-stt- 10c Flat Package Fifteen lawoeaftd 5-- sheets actual eotuM. siw l 3 4x6 1. PriMr 15e package. ts -- .... Perry's Drug Store Telephone 75 'Keen your hoes free from worms. These deadly pests will rob you of tout profits starve your stock males them thin, scrawny and finally Jail. II you 1 louow Use advice ot tne Dest stoacmen, you wiu nave -' . NO MORE LOSSES FROM WORMS E. C. Stone, Sec. of the American Hampshire Swum Record Assn. says I know of nothing so goocv re liable and cheap to expel worms and put hogs in condition to digest loot! as Sal-Ve- t." co.s 1UK NMK i.'.-ilerb- 1 la a medicated aalt different fron S other worm remedies. Safe, anre to kill worm, VMM ap .your etack.aelc turn food into tat and oeaa nnaai. puts animals in prima cooaiuoa xo . market orlees. Commence- rvttloz ri ( kiosser worms toaar- - per ummmii- -j eoats out u cent ear. per - miv. aocorteeejk - W. D. Buckley & Comjiany 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 experi19 12 ence in planning homes, also lots of time at your disposal to help you 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 .3 that go into a building Doors, Sash, Siding, Finish, Moulding, Shingles, Etc After Stock Taking AND Ccrner Orchard and Main- - .t Todd Edwards Lumber Co. -- Phone 100 Richmond, Kentucky ABOUT POTATOES HOW TO MAKE THEM MORE PROFITABLE A CROP. Northern Ohio, Indiana and Miohlgan raise 240 bushels of potatoes per acre. Massachusetts raises 22fi bushels per acre. KeatHOky raises SS bushels per aore. J oversea oeavy raises 161 bushels per acre first orep. Shelby MttBtj raises 107 bushels per sere There is a rsases: Ohio, iBdi&aa ami MioWgan are very potatoes, liberal users ot fertilizers using from SO0 to 1GO0 peuads per annum per aore. Jefferson county uses 09 pousds per aore a first crop, and frequently makes a second application and produces a seoosd crop. If the average Shelby county farmer wcmVd induce his teaaat to raise two or three acres of potatoes, this crop will not iuterefere with the tobacco crop, Sell it in July or August and the tenant will have eeough ready money to carry him until his tobaoco is ready for market. The average price in July and August for four years past has been 84c per bushel. For every 100 pounds of good potato fertiliser used up to 1.000 pounds per acre he will get an increase of 16 bushels of potatoes per aore. Let us see bow this works: One acre of potatoes, not fertilized, average for years 107 bushels,at84 cents per bushel, July and August 8 80 88 One acre fertilized, j.tXKJ lbs. per 173 88 acre. 307 bu. at S4c 1.000 lbs. potato fertilizer at . $1.75 per cwt 17 SO One acre fertilized, less cost of e-- nothing new has been developed in the way of improving upon the formalin method of treating seed oats for smut. This is undoubtedly the easiest and simplest. Secure one pound of commercial formalin at any drug store and dissolve in fifty gallons of water. Spread your seed out on the barn floor. With a sprinkling can distribute this solution, using about one gallon for every bushel of grain. Shovel the oats over uutil thoroughly wet and leave the grain in a pile for two or three hours, then spread out thin so it will dry. After the moisture has evapo rated, the grain can be sacked and held until needed for use. The process is so simple and so easily applied that every bushel of small grain whether it be oa's, spring wheat, barley, etc., should be treated even though the farmer is pretty well convinced that smut spores are not present in his own seed. It does not require much smutted seed to result in a loss of 5 per cent to 10 per cent of the crop. Anyone can figure for himself what this really means. Be sure that the formalin is up to full strength. Formalin is a 40 per cent solution of formaldehyde, which rapidly loses its strength if it is not kept in tightly corked bottles. Dishonest dealers also dilute with water so that the effectiveness of the formalin treatment is often seriously impaired. Se cure your formalin from a source which, to your mind, is a guarantee of its full strength. Then it will be possible to absolutely prevent the presence of smutted grain at harvest time. Treat 5eed Oats for 5muL Anybody 'Round Here Wants During the last three or four years To Try It? Here's a new way to raise money for the church. At Murraysville, 111., George McCalister sacrificed his long, silky mustache for 310, auctioning it to the highest bidder to boost the building fund of the local Methodist church. 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 AT THE ECZEMA QUICKLY CURED WITH "ZEMO." A Trial Treatment For 25 cents The makers of ZEMO the celebrated eczema and skin cure have placed on the market a trial treatment package consisting of a generous bottle of ZEMO, a trial cake of ZEMO SOAP and a 32 page booklet "How to Preserve the Skin." This entire package to be sold at 25c, so that everybody can test the true healing and cleansing properties of ZEMO. We have received a good supply of these packages and urge all those troubled with Eczema, Pimples, Itching Skin, or any other skin or scalp disease.to come here and get the ZEMO We heartily endorse and recommend ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to all persons suffer ing from any form or skin or scalp trouble. It is a clean, soothing, healing wash and a sweet antiseptic soap that does not glaze over the trouble like sal ves, powder and greasy lotions, but penetrates to the very root of this ZEMO stops the itching at trouble. once and opens the pores and draws out the poisonous accumulations to the sur face of the skin leaving it clean and healthy. Get a of ZEMO todayyou'll ffnd it the best 25c investment you ever made. Perry's Drug btore. Uial-treatmetrial-treatmetrial-treatme- 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 0 b b b 1 Clear- a ance Sale, also the biggest lot of seasonable Shoes ever put out and offered at the low prices we are naming on them S S fertiliser Oaeacre fertilized iset prom on investment of 817.50 S10C 8S 89 88 8 00 50 THE INWARDNESS OF PILES The Cause Is Hem-Boi- d, Inside-r-Us- e Furthermore, all things being equal. all of the potatoes wili be merchantable and the same bulk of potatoes will weigh nearly 10 per cent, mere in July and August than ia October from the same crop. Ia every cross-road- s grocery is Keeiacky yen wilt fiad Northern pot atoes for sale, and while the bulk of first crop of potatoes, raised in Kentucky for market, are shipped East to get the better price before Northern potatoes nature. Kewuoky should raise enough seoead crop to supply her during the remainder of the year, and two crops can be produced with one application of fertilizer. Shelby Record. the Inward Remedy. Mrs. Hens Make Money. Katie Kelley, one of North s successful chicken fanciers, gathered during the twentv-nin- e days of February from 90 hens, 1,292 eggs, which brought the sum of 827.20. Mrs. Kelly wants to know who can bent it. "While this is only an average of fifteen eggs a month per hen, it shows that the value of a hen as a wealth pro ducer is not to be despised Loitchiield We Have 4 Large Tables Chuck Pull 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 cases less than half price. Come in and look these tables over. You are sure to find sizes and kinds to fit any member of your family at a ridiculously low price get your size before they are gone Inward treatment is the secret of the successful cure for piles. HEM-BOIsold by Middelton in Richmond and all druggists under a strict money-bac- k guarantee of satisfaction. HEM-UOI(sugar-coate- d tablets) acts inxardly, and livens up circulation ol blood in tne Hubby, swollen parts, curing permanently where salves, etc., only pive relief. HEM-BOIcosts but $1 for twenty-fou- r days' treatment. Dr. Leonhardt Co.. Station B, Buffalo. N. Y. Write for booklet. D D a 0 0 0 0 E z uazette. Does WelL upiy A htifehel ef wheat does woll to mul HseK uy twenty wnen used in Dressmaking Mrs. W. N. Wheeler pteBtfcig. A bushel of oera will multiply 132 Tales Creek Ave. Phone CS4. tf itself 800 times or more. Good seed corn this year is ofeeap at any price. Old corn 84.25 per bbL by the load. Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes 25 and 00c at all stores. lm Stops Itching 5calp Overnigh Guaranteed by Middelton to Mop railing Hair and Banish Dandruff. 5 co 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 Itching Scalp keeps you scratching , . .. . . 1! uu iceiiugmiseraoie. all the time. Wash Arnold Simmons. tf For Rent your hair tonight with pure soap and Good dwelling on Orchard street. Good quality Tobacco Canvas at 2c waier, run on a goodly quantity of PAR 37 tf 37-tMus. Sallje J. Wahd. per yard at A. Dobrowsky's. f "J"1- -' ana me distressing Itchi ness will begone in the morning. PARISIAN SAGE is a Dure. rnfr, ing and invigorating hair dressing. Besides putting an end to scalp itch, dand-ruf- T CHICAGO, ILL, CINCINNATI, 0., and falling .hair it COLUMBUS, 0., CLEVELAND, 0., hair roots and puts a splendid radiance DETROIT, MICH., TOLEDO, 0., imo laaea ana unattractive hair. AND ALL POINTS NORTH. it snould be used by every mamhi-r'n- f the family to keep the scalp freedom dandruff conns and nmvoni WUIUUCU, ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., Large bottle 50 cents at B. L. Middelton DALLAS, TEX., GALVESTON, TEX., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., juiu uruggists everywhere. NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., SHREVEPORT, LA., Send your order to fc X 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 these goods practically without profit to make new friends and give spring business a whirlwind send off in E ar Ladles9 One-piec- Rcady-to-We- ar b 01 Z Department has just returned from the East and this department is overflowing with all the latest Our buyer for the Ladies' Ready-to-Wee Dresses, comprising all the new weaves, English and French serges, plain and things in Tailor-mad- e 5uits Skirts, d whip suitings, imported Bedford cords, and excellent novelties, desirable fabrics. Every cords, homespuns, manish of them approved styles, splendid shades, both tailored and trimmed effects. Any of these suits may be had k ri Sllai Pw.UU LU PW during our sale at from $10 to $25. One piece 5erge Dresses from $7.98 to $15. Tailored 5kirts from . . on. 7 two-tone- AND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. He Didn't Hear Nothing all poihts North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE rISd QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. FOR FARES AND ALL OTHER IMFORMATICN, H. C, KINO, Putazcr tni Ticket Arent, 101 E. Miln St, JV. A. BECKtXR. Geccral Passenger Acent, .... - CALL ON OR WRITE - LEXINQTON, KY. CINCINNATI. OHIO "VTOU can write your bills, A A tall man from the timbered re gions, suspected of hailinirfrnm nnnih county, stepped into a Richmond store iuo omer aay to do some trading iraoog tne desired purchases was shirtwaist for his wifn. RntoP!ni. i. store he was directed to thn shirt.i. department, and made his wants known iu mo young iaay who was in charge. "What bust?" asked the young lady xuo man looKea at her Inquiringly moment and then said: "I dunnn- didn't hear nothing." Remember We Always Get The New Things First Children's Ready Made Dresses j statements, balance CAN YOU ASK MORE? Your Money Back for the Asking. You Promise Nothing. 10 sheets, etc., in the usual way with the 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 Remington Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (Wahl Adding Mechanism) uro so connaent and when you come to the end you will find the correct totals of each column whether one or more actually staring you in the face. Writes and adds or subtracts as the operator goes along, without any extra work on his . part. V Thus the work is cut in half and furnish relief for indigestion and dyspep sia mat we promise to supply the medi cine free of all cost to every one wh uses it according to directions who ii not perfectly satisfied with the results We exact no promises and put no one under any obligation whatever. Surely nothing could bo fairer. We are locat ed right here where you live, and our reputation should be sufficient assur ance of the genuineness of our offer, We want every one who is troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia in form to come to our store and buv a bor of Rezall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them home, and give them a reasonable trial according to directions. If thev don'i please you, tell us and we will quickly return your money. They have a vfirv mild but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, ap parently acting as a regulative tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more rigorous and healthy activity. Three sizes, 25c., 50c, and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our storeThe ltexall btore. U L. Perry's Drug Store; that we can We have some splendid bargains to show regular $ .50 value, sale price . . . 98c you in our HAT DEPARTMENT. While One lot of ladies' muslin gowns, plain taking stock we found some broken lots and trimmed, regular 75c value, sale price 39c of the most up to date hats in the store One lot ladies' muslin pants, plain and and these have all been put out on tables trimmed, regular price 35c, sale price . . 9c at less than half price.Don't fail to see them FOnel lotTatiou t"5 0dozen, children's muslin pants, nicely ruffled and;well made 0c One lot muslin corset covers, all sizes, Is full to overflowing with all the best things in ranging in price up to 50c, sale price . . 19c Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Lace Curtains. These 5" Our entire line of fine muslin under-. are all new purchases tor our spring business. We wear, skirts, fcowns. match suits, combin will name very low prices on them during this ation suits, slipovers, etc., will be sold Month End Sale. Come and see the biggest and duringthis sale at greatly reduced prices best line of Carpets in Richmond. Don't be Remnants of all kinds of mattings, price until you give us a look. You will get the lengths up to 6 yards, up to 35c yard, in new things and save money 0c yd during this sale prke for choice . Endless Bargains in Notions and Hosierv Mens', boys' and ladies' underyvear V at sale prices -1 1 1 One lot of ladies' percal home dresses Clothing :: Clothing Our Large Basement 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. satis-fie- d 1 Sale Now Going On and will continue for TWO WEEKS. Don't wait come now while you can get pick and choice of all the new stuff ; absolute accuracy is assured. th-er- Talking Heip, If every man would talk prosperity, hard times would vnib, for how can be hud times ia this land of plMtyl We TMture to sty cot a person l;Mdloa txMwty hu dooe without one ml ef Yietittb m aedownt ef not hav- kvartb MMgrlt by tb Mine. Let miiltry thfc prosperity talk, and see ifit we't work. OoflM Visible Writing W. D. Oldham & Co RICHMOND, KENTUCKY J ana Adding 1M South Fottrth iKMtavfita. Kr Avu to Owen McKee, Riobmond why Xjr, for 4 ud iff goatt mo uM. notions. Others roo. tf