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SANTA CLAUS
always stops at McKees for everything f in the
way of Novelties Come down and leave
your order for some of our
Sterling Silver
I or we can show you the nicest line of Jewelry
Novelties we have ever had
Watch our windows and show cases just be
T fore Christmas
OWEN McKEE
DRY GOODS COMPANY
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The Richmond Climax
PUSUSHEO EXERT WEDNESDAY BT
I THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO
Incorporated
A D Miller Pres and Mgr
Stove K Vaught Editor
Member cl
KUTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION
and
E1SHTH DISTRICT PUBUSIERS LEAGUE
FBICE 100 PER YEAS
IN ADVASCK
WEDNESDAY DEC 21 1010
W P Walton in the Lexington Her
ald has the followingto say concerning
the candidacy of McCreary andtho
weak effort of Johnson to pull the
wool over tho peoples eyes It has
been heralded all over tho State in order
< to bolster up Hon Ben Johnsons candi
dacy for Governor that ho got tho lar
gest majority over given in the district
The vote shows though that although
his majority was greater ho received
over two thousand votes less than he
did two years teforo in the same dis
trict notwithstanding that this was a
Democratic landslide year The
paper adds that this was because tho
Republican candidate laid down on a
hint from the leaders of the party that
it would possibly boom Johnson and
mako nomination for Governor which
they so much desire a reality The
Republicans believe that Johnson will
bo the easiest man to defeat and will do
everything to secure his nomination
< Jcnowing it is their only chance to win
The Democrats will not walk into a
trap however but will follow the rule
of finding what their enemy desires and
then do tho opposite What Democracy
wants is a candidate for whom no apol
ogies have to be made one who can
unite all the factions and against whose
t record political or otherwise no evil can
i be said Such a man has signified his
willingness to accept the nomination
1nnd wo believe that ho will be Demo
r cracys standard bearer
f EDITOR J R Lemon of the Mayfield
i Messenger makes tho good point that if
r Justice John II Harlan of the Supremo
7 Court who has been on tho bench for
thirtythree years and is now seventy
seven years of age and who is still active
f and vigorous can fill the position so
L ably Senator McCreary who is five
f years younger and unusually well pre
jgii served is not too old for Governor as
B Borne people claim There is not a can
didate for Governor the editor adds
liI who is in better health more vigorous
i moro capable physically and iutellec
gatually than is the Hon James B Mc
T Creary
fnoU
TROUBLES will como in the best regu
r Jated and classiest of families Miss
rt Susan Bronston according to a Lexing
ton despatch has filed suit against her
former stop mother Mrs Belle Wisdom
the divorced second wife of the late
juCoL CT Bronston to recover certain
S
r y household articles and tableware which
f she claims her former stepmother is
< wrongfully holding Another blue
Ii blooded fight in the courts
I 1100dedfight
> THE right man for tho right place has
feeen named for the noxt Democratic
candidate forSecretary of State Harry
vJIeCarty of the Nicholasville Journal a
J dyedinthewool Democratic fighter and
5 politician of rank There is positive
t ly no better man for the place and no
f one more entitled to recognition from
p the party Hurrah for MeCairtee
4Auousr ROPKE of Louisville who
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L st1e jnillibns from the Fidelity Trust
Coof that city has been given the
pMtion of bookkeeper at the pen
lVo der if he is shrewd enough toskin
the stale out of anything This is his
favorite position He ought to be in
ilhe shoe factorypong side of Mr Jim
z Crow
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S TH County Unit Bill champions of
4 the state have suffered some ill luck of
SKJafe fiwu of their big fighters having
x bti takes away by death They were
JJMit + f Sjnitli of Barren county Sena
jjtfar Watlrias of Union county and
lUtivcs George needoBal
a8dGH Putt of Hancock coun
WL1 popted the President to use
i jnd Judgment in his selection of
B t occupy the exalted position of
jMlio of ilia SupremiS court Is
UtT the good will of the South or
Mfclfftiiv the best interest of the
qoiitq Aayw y he couldnt have
bett
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a tf1tr iheJe ut i be ao
scb t by iIIe Jesl w
Whence fpiJM for 9aLMk of
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NERVE is a mighty good asset but
Bon Johnson is using his to extreme and
before long he will hang himself and
sink into political oblivion if ho con
tinues to take the rope as fast as ho has
been in the past month He is showing I
every day that ho is not the politician
politicianI
ho has been cracked up to be in his
endeavors to hand put to Senator Mc
Crcary a long line of tirade Only by
I the shrewdest move over mado in Ken
tucky politics can ho defeat the Sena
tor and even if ho succeeds and this
could be in a convention with a lot of
crooked politic that have disrupted the
Democratic party in the state he can
never be elected Governor of this Com
monwealth Most any Republican
could defeat him and this is why the
Republican press of tho state are more
than anxious for him to bo the nominee
It is time now to select a man than can
unite the scattered forces of Kentuckys
Democracy and no man is more fitted
than Senator McCreary In 1908 John
sons vote in his district was 24344 with
Gaddie 21240 In 1910 he wits only able
to poll 18203 to Gaddies 11052 If Dr
Gaddio had received tho same vote this
year that he did in 1903 he would have
defeated Johnson by about 3000 votes
Where can Johnson brag of running such
a wonderful race for congress in Nov
ember It looks big to those who read
of his carrying every county in his dis
trict but they dont look further for the
facts and see in comparing his race in
1908 that he really lost votes in nearly
every county His candidacy for the
Democratic nomination for Governor of
Kentucky will disappear as the chaff
I
which the wind driveth away
THE enormous pansion bill passed tho
National House last week with out dis
cussion carrying with it nearly 154000
000 Somo of the beneficiaries are en
titled to a pension but there are thou
sands of dollars paid out to soldiers
their widows and orphans who never
smelt the smoke of battle
UISCHESTER has just completed an
uptodate sewerage system Danville
has had one for ten years Georgetown
and Mt Sterling are falling in line but
Richmond still goes on without it The
most important move in tho affairs of
I tho city at present is a sewerage system
Whats the reason
THOSE pesky auditors agents are
again in our midst and crying for back
taxes They secured a nice bunch of
Christmas money in Madison and helped
to replenish tho Republican treasury
which has been drained by those in
power
DEAN William T Capers of Lexing
ton is besieged by calls from wealthy
congregations over the country and is
now considering which Chicago or
Philadelphia and the bid for his ser
vices will no doubt be lively as ho is a
groat man
IK Richmond the classiest city of its
size in the country the Hobble skirt
met with a decided frost and now it is
reported from Now York that it will be
quickly replaced by another styleWo
tried her but she was a little too much
Sewell McKinney
Bo sure to visit our store when in town
we have a largo line of fine china cut
glass lamps toys etc
For Infirmary
Manager Baxter extended half of the
opera house recoiptiof Monday and
Tuesday evening to the Pattie A Clay
Infirmary and a nice sum was realized
for this worthy cause
Real Estate
The following real estate deeds have
been recorded the past week in this coun
ty Hamilton Thurman to Jeff Stone
lot inRichmond for S700 J E Cornel
ison toG W Grinstead lot in Bybee
town for 820 Katie Byboe and etc to
G W Grinstead lot in same for 25
James Guynn to Burnall Hubbard lot
inWaliaccton for 8300 O L Scarcy to
R F Bush store houso and lot in Waco
f or 3000 R II Coylo to W C Hunt
houso and lot in Berea for 31500 C IL
Burdetts to Iby Baker lot In Berea for
225
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Why waste tlmo and money experi
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trying to drive thj eczema germ from
underneath the skin when II L Perry
guarantees Zemo a clean liquid prepara
tion for external uso to rid the skin of
the germ life that causes the trouble
I One application will relieve the itehiaf
and often times one bottle is sufficient
ib euro a minor case of eczema
In over 2000 towns and clUe In
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PERSONALS I
Judge John OkeBBaH waist in London
Jut Friday cm l fl butiatM
Mr Everet AihHM IMM accepted a
position at the Wirteb starein Berea
Mrs Dan BreekwiU go to Mason coun
ty to spend the holidays with relatives
Mrs Al Nancfl of Somerset is hero
for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs
Wm Myers
Miss Anne Bennett Cones arrived this
week from Virginia to spend tho holi
days with home folks
Miss Mary Miller spent several days
last week in the COll try the guest of
Mrs George Phelps
Mr and Mrs Julkn Van Winkle of
Louisville were here last week tho
guests of her mother Mrs James Smith
Mr and Mrs V V Packwell will go
to Louisville for the holidays Mr
Packwell is secretary to Senator Mc
CrearyMr
Mr and Mrs John Harris of Louis
ville pre spending the holidays with his
parents Mr and Mrs J B Harris on
Fifth street
Miss Katie Ringo of Irvine will spend
the holidays with her papents Mr and
Mrs Wm Ringo She is a valued em
ployeo of the Estill Herald
Mr William Wallace son of postmas
terC C Wallace who is attending Yale
University will arrive homo for the
holidays this week
Miss SaraGoodloe Benton tho aUra
tivo daughter of Judge J M Benton
I will come from Winchester this week
for a visit to Mrs George Phelps in the
country <
Misses Margaret and Alma Lackey
who are attending Georgetown college
arrived Sunday to spend the holidays
with their parents Mr and Mrs Sam
Lackeye in the country
Wolfe Campbell who has been con
nected with the Mason Hanger Co
at its local office has gone to Lansing
Tenn to bo with the company there in
a railroad contract
Manager Baxter will have one of the
greatest 10 ct shows ever Lore to enter
tain the patrons this evening and to
morrow It will be a three person cast
presenting Way out Westf
Mrs Warfield Bennett whose critical
condition was tho cause of much regret
among a wide circle of friends is much
improved and her condition now is such
that would signify a speedy recovery
Mrs and Mrs Newton Combs of Lox
ington are happy over the arrival of a
new boy who has been named William
Newton Jr Mrs Combs will be re
membered as Miss Mattio Smith of this
city
cityMessrs
Messrs Halo Dean Lewis Herrington
and Dr and Mrs 0 H Vaught motored
to Lexington last week Mrs Harry
Hanger Miss Jane D Stockton Miss
Susan Smith and Harry Hanger Jr
were also in the Fayetto capital driving I
over in Mrs Hangers car
Mr and Mrs John M Price of Atch
eson Kan aro expected this week at
the home of Mr and Mrs Geo T Ballew
in the country Miss Naomi Ballew
who has been attending CampbellHager
man Lexington will spend the holidays
at home
homoMrs
Mrs Hugh Mason and two children
and Mr John Mason havo arriycd from
Minnesota and are with Mr and Mrs
John Mason in the county Mr John
Mason Jr who has been with his broth
er Hugh in the northern stato will not
return Capt Joe Harris of the L A has
been off duty several days looking afte
his farm in the Speedwell section Be
sides being an expert railroader ho is
thoroughly acquainted with the great
problems of agriculture
Mr Lewis Gill of Lancaster was in
the city last week enroute home from
Cincinnati where ho went to consult
a specialist on account of several dislo
cated bones in his foot He received
little encouragement on his condition
and his many friends willregret to learn
that ho will be compelled to uso a brace
for sometime
Lexington Herald Mrs John Ken
nedy and daughter Miss Willie Kenne
dy of Covington will leave in January
accompanied by Mrs Tutt Burnam of
Richmond for Denver Cot to spend
tho remainder of tho winter
Mrs Isaac Yanmetcr and Walker Mc
Chesney will bo with Mr and Mrs H
B Hanger for the Christmas holidays
Miss Jamie Caperton will return
home on the 24th for tho holidays Dur
ing the present week quite a number of
parties have been given for her by her
young friends in Cincinnati The En
quirer of Sunday mentioning in its list
of fashionable arrangements for the
Juniors a box party Ii dinner and a card
party by Miss Katherine Dabnoy who is
at homo from Wellesley College for her
guests Miss Caperton and Miss Mar
shall
Next Thursday evening at the Madi
son Institute there promises to be a
most enjoyable program Part One being
musical and Part Two will be a one act
play Tho Pipers Pay Under the
direction of Miss Moore teacher of Ex
pression and Miss Bagly pianoand those
who are on the program will have their
parts well in hand A feature of tho
musical program will be a chorus of
thirty voices which will render several
selections under tho direction of Miss
BagleyThoLexington
Tho Lexington Leader says The mar
riage of Miss Lola Gorman Morgan to
Mr Henry Saunders McGuire of Beat
tyvillo was solemnized Wednesday at
the homo of Jhe brides parents MR and
Mrs Albert Morgan Rev E GMann
of the Methodist Episcopal Church was
the officiating minister and the wedding
music was rendered by Miss Edith Love
Mr McGuire is an alumnus of Wash
ington and Leo University and the Law
School Louisville and is prominent in
his profession now holding tbc position
of Prosecuting Attorney of Lee county
ThiTgroom is well known ia Richmond
whereho has been many times on busk
ness as well as pleasure lIe Is a mem
ber of Richmond Commaadery No 19
Knight Templar
Ourdisplay of silverware aad elegant
gifts in gold will please you Kinthe
Jeweler Main street
streetAttntion
Attention
You will ie dsutoineateirtb ftrst
of the year to get your Mwwaic eeM
carately sd ntttUjV Dotf Vit ttatil
the lif IRe to attend to UuTuwtUr
oite the PllMXoltioeaa4 Mav
your enter Bill heads stawnietc
tube turned out by us m MM < ikwt
ol tie
Let Rtoei fix you up a basket oil
for Ute holiday 1othlogi nSo
lift
PoaiMh the great wtdtn draaa
at tha open MUM Ueiflljt ol t 0
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1ew1l FsH W 1f
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Au Together
They Hustled and the Sum j
Neiea for the Pattie A
Clay was Raised
With a systematic solteitiBg army
composed of Richmond people the sum
of 3200 needed to keep the Pattie A
Clay Infirmary in existence was raised
within twenty hours from the start and I
according to the official figures there
will boa good sum over this amount
As was stated in last weeks issuo of
the Climax this charitable institution
was in dire straits for funds with which
to operate and tho load of debt it was
carrying about to crush it to an early
suspensIon of operation This fact was
mado known to tho public in general at
a meetlnghold last weeK and it was de
cided to organize in squads and canvass
the city thoroughly in the hope of rais
ing this money Friday and Saturday
wero the days appointed and by six
oclock Saturday evening tho work was
about completed the finishing sums
coming in a little later
Never was there such a systematic
soliciting practiced in Richmond and
not a person escaped whom it was
thought might spare their mite for this
cause Every house in Richmond and
suburbs was visited and it can be said
to tho credit of the common people
that their gifts although small wore in
every case extended willingly and in
many instances more than they wero
able The present Indebtedness will
now bo wiped away and the institution
begin with a clean slato
It is hoped by all concerned that a
satisfactory agreement can bo made
with the Fiscal court and the City coun
cil whereby they will be able to use tho
infirmary liberally and thereby help to
supply tho revenue It is the opinion
j of the most conservative that tho Fiscal
I court as well as the City Council is
more than willing to aid all in its power
but in handling the peoples money
sane and business like methods must bo
employed
We havo never had so many good
things to cat at Christmas time Let
Joo fix you up a basket of fruit or a big
box of candy
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Christmas
At the Churches
OOMMMM MM
The different churches of Richmond
will celebrate tho Christmas very appro
priately and tho Sunday school children
will all have their joys in the Yuletido
increased by Xmas trees and goodies
At tho Baptist church Friday evening
there will be a Christmas tree for the
children Santa Claus is expected and a
number of small gifts will be presented
to tho little boys and girls
At tho First Presbyterian church
Saturday afternoon beginning at 4
oclock there will be a Christmas tree
for tho Sunday school and special music
by the choir A general good time for
tho little folks is expected
At the Second Presbyterian church
Saturday evening tho Sunday School
will enjoy a huge Christmas tree loaded
with a present for each member of the
school In addition to tho exorcises
with the tree Rev Mr Brown of Bar
b urville will deliver a talk on Christ
mas
At tho First Christian church a big
Christmas tree will be the program and
special songs by the Sunday school The
time is announced for Saturday after
noon beginning at 3 oclock
The Second Christian church will
have an elaborate entertainment for the
Sunday school Saturday evening In
connection with the Christmas tree there
will be a play entitled Tho Magic
Chimney under the direction of Mr
Edgar Todd and Miss Leah AzbilL
Special music will also be a feature of
the program
At St Marks Catholic church Christ
mas Day will be celebrated with High
at 5 a m Low Mass at 7 a m and High
Mass followed by Benediction at 9
There will bo a special musical program
by a selected choir under the direction
of tho talented organist Miss Norma
Giunchigliani
At the Methodist church the Christ
ross for the Sunday school will bo in the
nature of a charitable entertainment
The exercises will bo held Saturday
evening beginning at 7 oclock Each
person is expected to bring a small dona
tion nothing less than a potato or an
apple A barrel will be at the door to
receive it Each class will arrange
their gifts as decorations during the
exercises The baskets of provisions
will be distributed among tho needy on
Christmas Day Everybody is invited
A feature of the exercises will be an ad
dress appropriate to the occasion by
Dr Crabbo
Stop at 142 Second street and you will
find every thing sloe for Christmas
present
Delegates
Judge Shackelford has appointed the
following gentlemen to the Good Roads
Convention which meets inLeuisvllIo
next week and they have signified their
intention of attending Hon J A
Sullivan T J < Curtis James Aroucklei
W A Williams and W 0 Gamble
Com Contest
While the interest in the corn contest
was not what it shouldJiava boon it
brought out some excellent samples and
the winners will bo sent to tho State
Show in January which will take place
nt State College Lexington Tho win
nor of the 3500 la gold given by Turloy
Evans the insurance firm was Pleas
Bonlon His dozen oars weighed 1812
pounds Mr David Noblorcceivcd the
prize on yellow corn
License
The following laarriage license wore
granted since last Tuesday by County
CIprk Terrell J It Ross ta Rebecca
Cosby both of Richmond Marshal
Walker to ToiHBiis Norton second mar
riage of both Win Noland to Lucy
Todd of Madiion H Peter Barclay to
Joan AzbilI both of RichBtood TJairil
marriage of thegQm ill fourth a
the bride Gr ea Tert M4 Li b Gooeit
both ef PulMki DwrW Jjrewer ant
Kanna nor Berea >
For Sale
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house ead dst ftWioi
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Sheriff McCord and his deputies are
busy mailing out notices to all della
quen s who have sot paid their tax to
come up at oace or else be one of the
list to be advertised soon The strict
rule of the sheriff to put tho penalty on
all those who are late fe being enforced
without favor
Pepuly Sant Bush went to Frankfort
last week with Ernest Hayes who is to
servo twentyone years in the pen for
the killing of his brotherinlaw James
Lane atBorea about two years ago
Hayes was denied a new trial by the
Court of Appeals
The solicitors for tho Pattio A Clay
Infirmary made a thorough round of tho
court house and a big sum came from
all thoi officers and their deputies
From the Janitor to tho county Judge
I all subscribed
iI subscribedFarm v
Farm News
a Items of Interest to The Far
g mcr tke Grower aad Fari
gStockman
Earl Ferguson of near Paris sold to
Thomas McClintock of Millersburg a
pair of fancy horso mules for 8500
Thoy kicked tho beam at an average of
1200 pounds and were in fine condition
for hard work Tho mules were five
years old and wore purchased by Mr
Ferguson one year ago at the prico of
31G5 He mado a profit on his invest
ment of practically 8 per cent besides
had tho uso of the mules for a year
Tho 1911 wool crop of Kentucky will
bo pooled owing to the success which
followed the pool of last year The
amount pooled that year amounted to
200000 pounds and it is expected that
500000 pounds will bo disposed of next
year Senator E K llenaker was ap
pointed to succeed Senator J W New
man in handling the business affairs of
the society as Senator Newman was
compelled to resign on account of have
ing charge of tho Porto Rican exposi
tion which will be given under tho
auspices of tho government
The conclusions were reached at a
meeting of the wool growers held last
week at tho Phoenix Hotel
Tho Maysvillo Independent says Mr
Lee Dinger the drayman thirteen
years ago purchased a mule then thir
teen years old Ho worked him for
thirteen years and fed him thirteen ears
of corn each day Last week he sold
him to a man lor thirteen dollars and is
to deliver him December 13 and it is
only thirteen days till Christmas
Heros wishing tho old mulo will livo
thirteen years more cat thirteen ears of
corn each day and die on the thirteenth
All reports that tho fat hog supply in
Madison is scarce is without foundation
according to the buyers CoL John
Daddy Wagers shipped three loads
last week and two this week to tho Cin
cinnati markets for which he paid 0 12
nnd C 34 The lot will average about
200 His friends say that if there are
any fat hogs in tho county ho can locate
them quicker than most any one and
close the deal
BENNETT HIGGINS
Are headquarters for Xmas presents
Take a look at our fine easy rockers in
oak mahogany and reed Wo also Jiavo
shirt waist boxes screens book cases
library tables doll beds book racks
foot stools and lots of other things for
the holidays d73t
1 Land Sales
The following land deeds were record
ed this week Wm Penning to Mary
Mahathy farm in The Glades for 2000
W A Johnson to II N MUchel 30
acres near Berea for 8SOO LM Sowers
to Stanton Sowers 27 12 acres near Val
ley View for 300
Obyou deart
Gift to her
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Your sweetheart willI
think more of you
None has ever been
made so elegant as
Huylers See Joe
foraHoliday
Holiday S
Box
No one else can han
die this delicious
candy in Richmond
a
Joes Restaurant
Sole Agent Comer Third and Main
Let Us Put This Beautiful Range In
Your Home This Week and Pre
sent You With a Valuable tof
Kitcnen UtensilsfREEr
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i Former Resident
Of Madfeon Goes to his Last
Reward to the Music
Ql the Hounds
Co Barton S Coyle a na
tive of Payette county and
closely related to the Mau
pins of Madison spent the
last hours of his life listening
to the buying of the fox
hounds and with a smile
passed into the great beyond
He was one of the most noted
fox hunters of the country
and rode many a chase over
the bluegrass fields of this
countrywith his friends and
relatives here His death oc
curred a few days ago at his
home near Lexington I
Col Coyle was for several
years a director of tfcenatiye
association and was one of
the most enthusiastic de
votees of the chase in Ken
tucky but was unable to at
tend the meeting at Crab Or
chard in November because
sick of an incurable disease I
upon being told by the physi
cians that he had but few
hours to live Col Coyles love
of the sport which he had fol
lowed for years did not for
sake him
sakehimWith
With the shadow of death
on him as he lay on his bed
in his quiet country home he
called his brother to his bed
side and requested him to get
him his huntinghorn that he
might call his pack of fox
hounds into the yard in front
of his window where he could
see them When he had
gazed upon the lovingly he or
dered them started on the
chase Then directing that
mightbe
be opened so that he could
hear the music of thepack as
they scoured the distant
woods and fields in search of
Reynard he lay with a smile
playing upon his face and
thus to the sound of the chase
which had been melody to his
ears for so many years he
passed to the happy hunting
grounds
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Newsi
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Nolands Olllcc and tile
County In General
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Nearly all tho schools will have clos
ing exercises and in many localities a
small admission is charged to defray
the expense of libraries Many of the
schools havo purchased libraries hand
some wall decorations and other things
for the rooms by public entertainments
The County Board has been called to
meet on the 31st of this month by Supt
Noland jnlcss otherwise announced
The Concord school conducted by
MissDorcas Francis closed last Friday
with an appropriate program Each
number was excellent and attested the
capability of the teacher under whose
training tho entertainment was pro
duced Music was furnished by the
Mobcrloy band nnd tho pupils chorus
rendered several songs About a hun
dred were present The patrons are
very much pleased with tho work of I
Miss Francis Turing the termI
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wUI be at otu sfcpre all Ms weekv You wifl abo be j
serVed With Hot Biscuits and Coffee
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Have you seen the new Collapsible Folding High Chair i I
Adjustible to any chair Special price T <
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Furniture Carpets Stoves
Opp Hotel GlyndonWesfMain Street 1
> ilas Shelburno President J D Marshall Vice President J L Knight Secretary and Treasurer
W D McIntyre Asst Secretary and Treasurer >
Take Your Tobacco to
Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse Co
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Incorporated
For The Sale Of
LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO
West Side South Broadway Just Below Southern Depot r7 p f
Both Telephones 1704 LEXINGTON KYLfI
Best Light and Free Accommodation
for Men and Teams 7
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We have with us Mr J B Stalling the Best Auctioneer on any Market T r
For Rent or Sale I
The old homestead of J W Stivers I
located at Kingston Ky 8 miles from
Richmond on the Big Hill pike is offered
for rent for tho year 1911 or for sale
I The place contains 7 acres of tho finest
productive land somo fruit and is high
I and dry well watered and the most
choice home place in the little village
Tho houso is a good substantial two
story frame building of Grooms and ball
and two porches with a fine cellar un
der main building also good store house
I barn chicken and carriage houses and
all necessary outbuildings The neigh
borhood is of the best accessable good
schools churches store and postofilce
For terms apply to
rs J C George
or J B Stouffer
d4tf Richmond Ky
No More Catarrh
B L Middelton has a Guar
anteed Cure that has
Stqod the Test of
Time
Catarrh cures como and goes but
Hyomei continues to pure catarrh and
abolish its disgusting symptoms where
ever civilization exists
If you buy a Hyomoi outfit for 100
and hide it in the dark cupboard it wont
cure your catarrh
If you breathe it daily as directed it
will cure your catarrh or it wont cost
you a cent ask B L Middelton
If you have a hard rubber Hyomei in
haler somewhere around the house get
it out and start at onco to forever rid
yourself of catarrh B L Middelton
will sell you a bottle of Hyomei liquid
for 50 cents start to breathe it and no
lice how quickly it clears out the air
passages and entire head feel fine
Hyomei used regularly will euro ca
tarrh coughs colds bronchitis or sore
throat A complete outfit including a
hard rubber pocket inhaler costs 100
No stomach dosing Just breathe it It
kills the germs soothes and heals tho
inflamed membrane
The Markets
The following quotations are furnished
by Mr Stone Norman the leading Com
mission merchant in this section Main
street Richmond Ky Highest cash
prices for all country produce Mr
Norman quotes today on the following
EggsOO els
Large springers7
Small sprlngers10
Heas 711
Dur full feathere8
GeeeeL7
GeeeeL7RoostersL5
RoostersL5
RoostersL5Turkeys
Turkeys over 8 IDS j 15Ie
Feathers 40 1
lkef Hides 7
BeefHidesTllow
Tall w G1
Beeswax 25
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Rd Gross Stamps Are Now
eBee
ThoR Oh ChrUtau stmnpi are
now eft U hi t aDd sywy cue shoukt
e that itll of their > M > He rrw ens at
thwe eel M very penny speD br
uaWfU greatly aid in sikmphig mt
tubm MMk JCIwjr can tw procured at
mAojrof ttoJMsintM hooae sod a Httl
laUr win M offered for sale ta the cor
riddkr 0C MM port 0I Ttw suups
or Mate do not oarry taaUboi aaj kind
ruwIIJCWIJ ih m BtytittOisoA
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The Young Business Man
should start a bank account at onco It
will givo him a better standing with
those with whom he deals It will savo
him from tho start from all disputes as
to payments It will save him consid
emblem the transmission of money If
you have started or arc about to start in
business opon an account at the
State Bank 6 Trust Co
Richmond Ky
You will not bo the only small depositor
A Few Reminders for
Christmas Shoppers
Come as early as you can and miss the crowds
When once here dont leave until you havo seen all that interests you
Whatever you do dont miss our RING DISPLAY Take advantage
of the privilege we offer of laying articles aside untilrwanfed
Como again and again if you wish r i t
And dont forget please that Jewelry giving docsnitfenecessarily
mean spending alot of money i i g 5
Dont forget that Jewelry is the gift of gifts C >
And dont forget that we are able to match tho valUessol rg r cities
We Invite You
L E LANE
Big Watch Sign 210 Main Street
Our PrimeRoast
PrimeRoastRib
Rib
doesnt have to be ticketed as such As
a good housekeeper youll know it the
minute you sco it and know it still bet
ter when it appears on your table Try
one for Sunday dinner We warrant
there is not a single member of tho fam
ilywho will not ask for a second help
ing
C C CULTON
Successor to Douglas Culton
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231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12i
Caution
On account of the recent closing down of
the Richmond Steam Laundry the Normal
City Laundry is now the only institution of
the kind in the city One good laundry is
sufficient for Richmondand
and Madison county
and it is our intention to make this one the
best in the State An agency fora Win
Chester laundry has been taken in Richmond
but we hope that those who patronize outof
town enterprises will soon see the error of
their way and keep their business herew In
sending money away you help to wreck your
home laundry Send your clothes to the Nor
mal City Laundry in Richmond Phot 7a
local enterprise t owned YJo peo di >
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