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i If Santa Claus Brings
J Furniture
this year he will be vIse to select it from our splendid
collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate
for holiday gifts
j
Come and Pick Out the Furniture
FurnitureYou
S You Want
1for it is certainly here Then you can tell Santa Claus
to come anddo his part We will reserve any furni
5 ture chosen now till wanted
BENNETDdHIGGINS
UNDERTAKING
Tell Central to
Give You
r 110
when you need a fresh supply of I
coaL Down will go your order on
our order book and quickly as i
possible the coal will bo at your
door
Good Clean Coali
Telephone 110
1WIt
The Red Ash Jellico
We have tho exclusive sale A
tria order will convinceyou that
oars is a little better than you
have been getting elsewhere and
our prices are no higher possibyi
less
lessFall
Fall Weigh or Coal Forfeited
WWBroaddusCoOrchard
Orchard Street
Lime Cement Etc
A clerk to wait on you at onco at tho
Racket Store No delays dS3t
Oysters celery and thoso nice boll
sy good things to cat at Riccis 2t
Rooms suitable for offices over Stock
tons drug store Apply at Stockton
Sonnt
SonRicci
Ricci has a beautiful line of cigars
put up in special attractive Christmas
boxes 2t
You aro going to miss some bargains
if you dont see our lino before buying
your Christmas presents
presentsSowoll
Sowoll McKinney
hroughout the state the Got Mc
ifIIIfCrear cigar is becoming immensly pop
u ar They have such a peculiarly de
licious flavor If yon are not smoking
them begin now
BENNETT HIQG1NS
Xmas novelties are now open for inspec
tion Smoker Stands Siipper Boxes
Taborets Shaving Stands Plato Racks
Cedar Chests nnd many others All of
theso mako oxctMtu holiday gifts 3t
For Sale
Second hand phaeton cheap Apply
J EGott Richmond Kydl4tf
Rooms for Rent Ty
One room or whole flat over the Racket
Store Suitable forstore room oroffices
Apply to A Dobrowsky d72t
For Rent
For year 1011 a 3rooms Flat with wa
ter Gas and Electricity No 23tNorth
Second St J A Hicgins
2tS
For Sale
An Everett upright piano finished in
Old Mission ant practically new Will
soil very reasonably to move it quickly
1rD H Cock at Perrys drug store
1 For Rent
Five reGal cottago on Glyndon avenue
after Jan 1 Also a suitor oldfashioned
walnut furniture for sale cheap Ad
dress Mrs TIP Reid
35 Richmond Ave Mt Sterling Ky
de cl52t
Notice >
twill stand my Silver Creek Red Bq I
hog at my home on Big Hill avenue
SLOO Money duo when service is TCn
dered I have for sale some nice shoats
largo enough for service
WB Turley
af5n Big Hill Ave
For Rent
Hndsome two story residenco on cor
net e Fourth and Woodland avenues
BnikUB new with all modern con
ve ief i and out buildings For fur
itiec partkuters ball on
Urs Henry LamMflrSrWoodl
tf Woodl i Ave
Notice c
Any ose fe the city or Maf leoa eewn
js ty who hM Botb n called on by JIM
C zp Acwewor or his Deputy will please ra 11
flat
I d Jan Ltd and the Depaty M
<
Ulbe glad to take yeur Itot or
J add silT pmited wopeiq More the
Boar of perriwr meet
S RepL c
J bibyL57j4
JP t Fir
IFOR SALE New residence in Bur
nanwood tf JStono
Special low prices on Cut Glass at
I
SEWELL McKlNNFV
L R BLinton solo agent for A E
Smiths Kanawha Salt Phone 85
Wo aro buying corn See us before
I you sell J W Zaring Richmond 2t
Zaring is buying com
Telephone 381 for a beautiful holly
wreath or looso holly if you prefer it
d42t
Improvements
S
The State Bank and Trust Co has
added storm doors to the front of its
modern building for protection against
the cold blasts of tho winter weather
Moved Offices
Judge John Chenault D M Chenault
and C C Wallace have moved their
offices to the Douglas Simmons build
ing on Second street having fitted up
an elegant suite
Joes display of nuts fruits candies
and fancy groceries cant bo excelled
Drop in and got a basket of good things
for Christmas 2t
Smoke
SmokeCubanClub JOc
1 Cuban Star 5c
Joe has been hero for many years al
ways with the best and tho people know
It know2t
Red Cross
Have you purchased any Red Cross
stamps yet Remember every cent
spent is a bullet in the right against Tu
berculosis in Kentucky Help to stamp
it out of the state and thereby keep it
out of Madison county
countyAll
All Weeka
In another part of this issue is the an
nouncement of the all week demonstra
tion at the store of D n Shackolford
Co where the Malleable Itango will b
shown to all prospecting buyers
City Improvements
depotto
to Irvine street has been regraded and
rolled by the street department of theg
city government and it is now one of the
best thoroughfares in the city Mayor
Rico has inspected tho work carefully I
Another
Postmasters in Madison are being
changed at a remarkable rate In the
past month four have resigned and their
successor appointed Tho fifth is John
T Freeman who has just succceeded L
Lamb as postmaster at Combs in the
eastern part of tho county
No such an array of holiday goods
was over brought to the city as is shown
at the Racket Store d83t
Dont Forget
Dont vorry next week when the Cli
max fails to como to the home There
will be no issue tho force is on a vaca
tion The office will be open for the
transaction of all business and the job
department will be in charge of the im
morgcncy force
forceBig
Big Collection
Collector Cooper of this Internal Rev
enue district announces that the collec
tions for November in the whole dis
trict war 533000157 the largest that has
over been made in a single month Of
this amount Anderson county led by a
big majority with Madison second
S Meet in Louisville
The Midwinter meeting of the Ken
tucky Press Association of which Mr
A D Miller of this city is President
will be holdin Louisville on next Wed
nesday and Thursday A theatre party
and banquet at the Seolbach aro among
the entertainments planned by the
CommitteeNew
S New Machinery
The Normal City Laundry in order to
handle its fast increasing business has
installed now washing machine of the
latest type One good laundry is suM
clout in a county like Madison aad no
ono should have occasion to send their
laundry out of town Boost the homo
laundry and thereby make it second to
SOur
none
Our fruits candies and Christmas i
goodies are fresh and not heldover
stock Joe the caterer 2t
S Millers Meet
Mr Allen Zaring one of the best
posted millers Jn the country delivered
aivcddress before the Central Kentucky
Millet Associaiipa at Lexioftea last
week Mr Zadag spoke on The
Amount et ceh Discounts that SbwM
I
be alowe SB Shipments The sen
sloBS were keM in MM Phoeaix botal
4 bquetwiWiae reof the meetig
AtlBeptist Parsonage
j alp MawJulU of Ui ipt1t
ebUch WaUhmaneCr
Marshni Wir < rf this city aid Mte
Tommy Sorttw which took p1aee at
1kles let 0DIIa1 evethi lM
tWea rifeta wtaUvat IB the
Ji OIH bj II K WI A IL
d4hftg3 tbS b m1
ia lat 4iBttbjrcoort Siip Tbbidi I j
pMnt fpeoIs ri fi Tbe1baW8jj
I
to u
I Ir ii irriii
I
Let Us Suggest Somethin for 1
His Christmas Gift I
fiitSomething < hell use and enjoy and doubly appreciate
Smoking Jackets
Fine assortment of beautiful patterns
very appropriate gifts
400 and 500
I Handkerchiefs
Very popular giftsFine Linen Silk
I or Cotton with or without initials
= 1 lOc to 100
Suit Cases
A gift for a life time
350 to 1 000
B Handkerchief Bags Matched Hose and Ties Cuff Buttons Fine Suspenders Collars Collar Buttons Fancy Vestsallsuitable gifts for any man or boy
j COVINCTON BANKS
THE STORE FOR QUALITY
Masons
Gather Round the Festive
Table to Honor Grand
Master Bumamt
I Last Thursday evening will godown
in the history of the masonic fraternity
as one of the most enjoyable gatherings
ever recorded among the long list of
entertainments given by the craft of
Richmond The occasion was a ban
I
quet and smoker in complement to
I Grand Master of KentucKY Masonry
Robt R Burnam who is a member of
I
Richmond Lodge No 25 F A M
I Tho reception rooms were crowded
i with those who had come to enjoy the
good things of the evening by eight
o clock when the spread was announced
ready The sumptuous feast con
sisted of everything tho season affords
and it was put on lavishly
After tho inner man was satisfied and
the cigars passed Judge W R Shackel
ford as toastmaster arose and in one of
his characteristic speeches gave auhort
I history of the lodge together with the
men it had furnished to hold the high
offices of tho state He paid a high
tribute to tho guest of honor his
masonic record and his worth as a citi
zen
zenHis
His opening talk was replete with
pathos wit and humor and he carried a
spirit of good feeling along the entire
evening in introducing the following
speakers Senator McCreary W B
Smith Supt Coatcs Supt Crabbo and
air A N Sharp Mr Sharp is a Madi
son county mason who holds an im
portant office in the Grand Lodge of the
state He resides at Red House but
holds his membership in Clarke county
GrandMaster Btrna was last speak
er and his talk 1asf highlyappreciated
His was one of the principalVpeeches of
the evening and was listened to with
marked attention by those present He
thanked the members of the craft most
heartily in preparing the occasion in his
honor There wore many of the craft present
from Kingston Berea Kirksvillo and I
Foxtown lodges and aboutoae hundred
sat down at the banquet table
Always remember that Sees is the I
place for Christmas candies 8t I
farm Sold
In Fayotte county last Wednesday the
farm known as the Downing place situ
ted about four miles from Lexington
was purchased at auction by Sayers Fox
of thiscounty The place contains 113
acres and brought 8112 per acre It be
longed to the widow and children of the
ate L B Turley The sale was con
ducted by J B Noland of Madison as
administrator
BENNETT HIGGINS
Havaa fiae HBO of holiday goods as well
as furniture chairs new rugs etc cee
early and make your purchase we will
put them aside and deliver when you
wantthesa d73t
Sony NoV
Mr George HullMtOf of the bfegeet
tobacco growers of the coty Is bemoan
i ga low of Mv rl hundred dollars
wv on account of hk b d judgment in
Boidfapoeitvg Whig eep of tobacco te
September when be WM offered 12 ate
rf was DOt a poe and a Lexington
buyer easing hkerop made aa offer of
licit Thinking that thte price wo W
Uk a little fhe he heMewt until the
tiL
loes leaf market was opeijftd Whao
bewwerepe much better tbn hiejowji
u far nine ant tw eente lie gave a
hwg tifh and deckred that eyejr agaiB
wwM behold out fcr the top market
Let TCtaf the jeweler tx jvn
ijwUtruarilbt 0
iWW aiUti1 cal i v
YON from everyone who ith i the
I Racket Store The prlosa will f tenish
f you Hinrry t > r be p4oL 41
Rooms and Board
Persons having rooms or cottages for
rent about January 1 and persons whoF
desire to keep boarders should reprt
same at once to J P Culbertson Secre
t ary to the President at the Normal or
to Prof Boothe Breck Ave It
Our fine candies m Christmas boxes
will please your best girl Ricci sellsi
them reasonable 2tt
Jones Hurt
William Jones son of Samuel lonest
janitor of the Baptist church was painb
fully cut and bruised last Thursday by
falling from a freight car Jones is aa
brakeman and was on his run from
Paris to Corbin when he mot with thet
accident His friends hero will regretc
to learn of his misfortuneh
Heavy Sleeta
All last week while tho weather here
was very pleasant there was a heavy
snow in Fayetto nnd the sleet clung to
the trees People coming from Lexing
ton last Thursday Friday and Satur
day brought news of a heavy snow coy
e ring the ground while hero it was
ideal winter weather with the ground
clear of any snow whatever
Holly wreaths and loose holly for sale
at the Richmond cemetery Phone 381
d142tSell
Sell it Here
Keep away from whiskey and card
games in Lexington after selling your
tobaccois the advice given by Night
Chief of Police Jenkins to a tobacco
man who sold his crop on the Lexing
ton brakes and was relieved of it in a
short while in one of the dives of the
Fayette capital Sell your tobacco at
one of the Richmond warehouses where
you can get as much as in Lexington
and thereby escape thoitemptation that
comes frpm the bad booze and crooked
card games that are known to flourish
in Lexington The gamblers of Lex
ington havo pocketed a big roll at the
expense of the poor tobacco tenant
Wo have a large assortment of Christ
mas candies special price in large quan
titles BewaIL Mckinney
A Feast
Turkey for Christmas thats what
the prisoners in tho county jail are
going to have next Sunday Jailer Jones
has purchased a number of the biggest
gobblers he could find in Madison coun
ty and ho will servo them to those in
tho county bastilo on Christmas Day
along with an ample supply of cran
berries oysters celery hot lolls and
coffee At present there are about
forty prisoners most of these being
government sinners sentenced at the I
recent term of the Federal court
Lookat our IngersolTrenton watch
30 year gola ease for 7 00 Greatest
watch value ever known Alex King
t jeweler 2t
No Paper
After mack careful thought and med
itation the force of the Climax has do
sided to do away with the issue et the
S7th iaet Christmas week 5 Mid take a
vat son This doeTirtt mean that the
offloe will not be open during the week
but all aaxieiy over getting euthIs edi
Lisa will be dispelled fwm the niRof
11M8IIlbee ef the feree The job de
jNtrtmeot fe auiinl overrun with work
and this will be Opt in operation every
day provided the oeMmUiod of the joy
oiw week and the fvenle h eaciteeinI
inoidoot thereto does not redder the
force unable to 009 yith their ttreaa
OM duties With but eas esoepdon iii
ixteea yeitrf lbCH x hax mado i1 I
pp amDC dariofChrisiaM week with
its bright BewejrBBttt M 1wiqs laden
with exaeiteat mriifli LOCh member
of the fftni v BSpair in Bind that Uwt
office will be ZOSpI8U
d y < Christmas Diay bia3ASaSS1 ItuB
11 piper on the 87th J
< Suit or Overcoat
Hell never doubt the quality or style 4f it comes from this
store Make your selection and if the size is wrong well cheer t
fully exchange Prices run
1 000 to 2500 A
Fine Shoes
5 Hanan and WalkOver None better few as good
350 to 600
110 l
Hosiery
Fine Cotton Lisle or Silk in wide variety 25 to 50c
SNeatersIn
I In all styles 50c to 400
UMBRELLAS I
I Special Holiday Styles JOO to 500 I
Separate Board
Iii For Each County says ExpertM
Will Help to Solve The
Tobacco Troublelu
A well informed agriculturist of Mad
ison county and one who has studied
tho tobacco question for many years its
growth sale etc stated to a represen
tative of the Climax that he believeda
tho business of raising tobacco should
be controlled if possible by a county
board each county to have a separate
and independent board
lIe would have each grower in a coun
ty to organize a cooperative board of
control and said board to portion out
how much each member is to raiso dur
ing tho year He believes that this or
a similar plan is the only way to keep
prices up to anything like thoy havep
been as it is after all by supply and
demand that the market is guided bys
If a grade system should be adopted
by all the farmers it would bo a great
thing for both the buyer and seller The
tobacco that is being sold this year so
f ar has been very poorly graded and
this in itself has a tendency to keep the
prices down
The farmers should meet and get up
somosort of concerted action and han
dIe the subject in an intelligent and
businesslike manner
Not a large stock but ono of tho pretti
est in the city in jewelry Just tako a
look KING the jgwolry I 2t
Attention Knights Templar
The members of Ricbjnond Command
ery No 10 Knights Templar will hold
special services next Monday morning
at 11 oclock in the Asylum Masonic
Temple It will bo a special Christmas
service and everyone is invited Special
music will make the occasion a very
pleasant ooo AU Knights Templars are
expected lo attend In full uniform
Light refreshments wUlpbosorved
S An Honor
An article on tho subject of Tile
PsychoMetaphysical Meaning of Truth
written by Dr 0 C Marshall Pastor of
the Richmond Baptist church has been
accepted by Clarks BookHerald a
magazine published In Boston and the
first chapters willappcar in tho January
number It is to ran thru five or six
issues Dr Marshall is preparing
another article on the general subject
of Evolution which will appear litt r
on The many friends of this popular
minister as well as his congregation
will read these scries of articles eagerly
and the first chapters aro being looked
for with much interest as they will noj
doubt supply much food for thought I
j
A dollar at the Racket Store will go a
far as five at other places If yqudoiiftl
it step in and ed73t fj
Civil Service Examination
An examination for clerk and carrier
Will be held atthepostofBco In this clty
on Jan7 tim Age limit 18 to 45
years oa the date of the oxamin Joiit
Married women will not be adp ittei
to the examination This prolJW L
howeveVidee iH > l uprfy to wom wlo
divorced or those who are w
froM their iitebaadB aItd5 u > poMl C
selvev but they IH eiif ible forv M
meat onlf M eterk i U1
4pieaata ubpyslca11y SoUa
aiMJ s pats mut Mot Vo lOsJf
thanet4Itehes k Mig 1ll WithQU
boott iir Mioec awd weljfh oet leas ii4
lU ewith ut oerooterbat t
rw aUeadO b IuMdf iliJOc
formMM rUve W the ex i
quWIcsiss dwtiw eslnr1oai
i tiotts pnwiiMM etc 4bV ini
inIaIMy 4
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0 < eMUry r am
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Rchto ift1 1
Big Run
The Central Kentucky Cigar Com
pany is enjoying a big holiday run and
Manager Kunk is sending out attractive
Christmas boxes which are suitable for
gifts TIc Gov McCroary is becom
ing a most popular brand as well as the
1 o SOto
Ring 193 I
And have your laundry called for
Good work and prompt delivery guar
anteed Oftico W Main street opposite
GlyndonfHotel
Strother Gott Agt
1221lm The Winchester Laundry
Ice In
Nearly all in this county who havo
their own ice houses tooJ advantage of
the freezo last week and gathered in a
supply for tho warm season In many
places it was six inches thick on tho
ponds and the houses wens filled to over
flowing Madison county farmers are
so adept at packing ico that many of
them threw out several chunks of the
ist years crop which they had been
unable to use on account of an over sup
ply to make room for tho now crop
Marrieda
A doublo affair will Ce thowedding
of Mr John Norris and Miss Virginia
Willoughbynnd Mr John Burton and
Miss Owen Griggs which will bo solemn
ized Tuesday afternoon the 27th at the
Methodist church College Hill before
a largo number of friends and relatives
of the contracting parties Rev Kelley
will be the ofllclating minister and the
church will bo elaborately decorated
for the occasion A number of Rich
mond friends will atte llMiss Wil
loughby is a Richmond girl and is quite
pretty and her fiance is a well known
farmer of Mob rly Both Mr Burton
and Miss Griggs are residents of College
Hilt
>
5 5
At the home of Elder A J Tribblo in
the country last Thursday Mr William
Noland and Miss Lucy B Todd were
united in marriage Elder Tribblo offici
ating Tho young couple reside in the
Sloberly section and arc well known
i
J
The folldivingifrom the Lexington
Herald will bo r eaiywiih more than a
passing pleasure by many Richmond
friends of thobride Dudley T Wilk
orson and Mrs MattIe P Vlikcrsen were
married this flfternoonat tho residence
of tile brido on KonJucky avenue Mr
Wilkerson is mangerof the Omnibus
Transfer Coaqftthe bride who was
formerly MissMattio Pigg of Richmond
was the widow of W T Wilkerson a
brother of tho bridegroom of today
Both the bride ard groom arc members
of prominent families in ontral Ken
tucky an4 are personally widely known
find popuLir
A singular circumstance of the wd
tBrgof today waS that W T TVilkersoh
was twico married each of his wives
having been a Miss Pigg white his
widow who was married today thus
twice been Hi rried to a Mr Wilkefsos
Rev B T Pinkerton was the e eiat
lag minister he hayiny been an old
friend oflhe brides family and former
principal of Vadison Female Institute
at which the bid graduated la her
sQliool rLTl1e wedding wasatt > tet
ooct oiJj a few iatimato rie d ef the
couple being pwMi Tbn MteHhMM
wereF H4ckndI CWtlbb the
grooms two most iatimate friends
Another Kaid
i In the How Lfck section fa Ja kMo
owalfi Itapvly M nO ah Short and
Ii1 MsWda still list we k wad d
trofied uvI0 the largest outfit Urty
hv o ever captured Tb opr oniUd
bolojo th t 1dgMti ld dae
4 wrItadJ tbcecootnpkrted Oa
bi 111W iMf 4Bof dewroycd thrM
intcH JBisfdtsCa Short and
nlfars G B Barrett of this city
a eber of the poss j I
Madison Girl
Murdered by her Lover Afterd
She Refused His Hand in
Marriaget
A special from Enid Oklahoma lastn
Wednesday says
Miss Florence Hayes eighteen years
of age formerly of Madison county Ky
w Jas
homa this afternoon by William Moffet
a farmer thirtyfive years of age be
causo she resisted his attentions to
ward her
After firing five shots into her body
Moffot lay down beside her body put
her arms around his neck and then sent
a bullet through his own brain Two
small children who were playing in the
yard at the time gave tho alarm and
when neighbors reached tho scene both
were dead
Miss Hayes came to Oklahoma from
Madison county about a year ago with
Mr and Mrs W D Metcalf with
whom she made her home They
moved to Kremlin nine miles from
Enid from Jefferson two weeks ago
and since that time Moffet had been
keeping company with her
Her rofusal to marry him caused the
trouble which resulted in the murder
Moffet lived with his endowed mother
on a claim they settled on during the
opening and was wealthy
Mr and Mrs W D Metcalf left this
county about thirteen months ago for
forL
Oklahoma and the Hayes girl who had
been making her homo with them ac
companied them They resided near
nearI
Waco and were well known Residents
of that section of Madison say tho Hayes
girl came from Clay county several
months before the Mctcalfs loft hero for
the west and that she was a beautiful
young girl
The Racket Store can sell you Christ
mas goods much cheaper than you can
buy other places d73t
Read It
Prof Smith of the Normal School is
writing on Plum Culture in next
weeks issue of the Climax and every
body should read it It is the third of
a series of articles by Prof Smith writ
ten exclusively for this paper on Fruit
Growing in Kentucky Be sure and read
next weeks article If you havent
back ntnrbors containing these articles
come in at once
Elect Officers
At a meeting of the Directors of the
Winchester Grocery Co held in that
city last Friday two Madison county
business men were chosen vice Presi
dent and Secretary Mr V L Cotton
of Cbttpnburg and Mr J W Bates of
Borea < been appointed to these ofllces
respectively This new firm which will
1S
begin business on January 1st is com ¬
posed of several Madisoa county capital
lets and seems to have a bright future
There will be 35t 000 worth et preferred
stock iwued Of this araowt 511006
has been sold and the remainder 117111
be offered to retail dealer and salesmen
Son beautiful QhrktBaas gifts at
Riecis in fiae OHndk fruits and fancy
8I2t
I
To Looisv Hili
TMny frisds JCrWiWaw AtI
kinsonwilibert e eedinyty to rR
t t he will ciaAni e UM year i
far LowB lUr riMM vL MHfja I
similar powtkw to the on wc u fee
Internal Renntw d partinent JI we I
trMferred the fir oi Doo mt > r but
the oflUl lpP w w mHot Moelvdun
til ibfewMk < He hws be o Deputy Cot
Jeciof wHb h tdquartew M Btohnobd
for tbepMt 11anclb t rrHory em
bnoes many of the mountaiB oountie
He isooe of the beei revenaa men in Ae
saMe and 1iu served for the put tea
tenlaat1
c
Fine Hats
All the newest styles
100 to 500
Gloves 1
For dress or driving or automobile
SOc to 500
S
NeckwearM
Always appreciated Finest assortment
assortmentin
50c to 150
0
Mufflers
Couldnft please him better
25c to 250
DEATHS
A telegram received here Tuesday
from Palo Alto Cal announced the
death of William
Rodes Greek lie was
a former resident of this city leaving
here about twentyfive years ago to set
tloatSan Luos Opispo California He
was sixty three years of age and unmar
ried Besides his father Kev Dr Kobt
L Breck boh survived by four sisters
Mrs Lucas Brodhead Versailles Mrs
Jane Moran of Palo Alto Mrs Thomas
Carter of Pittsburg and Miss Sallie
Breck of Palo Alto The deceased was
a nephew of Judge Charles Breck of
this city The remains arrived in Rich
mond Saturday and were interred in the
local cemetery Sunday with funeral ser
vices at the grave by Dr Scanlon of tho
Presbyterian church A brothpr Dan
Breck accompanied the remains here
John Rout and Lucas Broadhcad of
Versailles were hero to attend tho fun
eral
A telegram received hero Thursday
announced the death of Mrs Nannie
Fish which occurred early In the after
noon of that lay after several weeks
illness at her home in Jessamine coun
ty Deceased was the mother of Mrs
Brutus Olay of this city and the lato I
Dr W II Fish of Nicholasvillo be
sides Mrs Emma Dulaney and C S
Fish of Lexington She was a native
of Boono county near Covington but
moved to Nicholasvillo in 1877 The
funeral services were conducted last
Saturday at the residence in Nicholas
villo by liar J W Crates pastor of the
Methodist church and Rev Adcock of
the Baptist church and burial followed
there
A telegram announcing tho death of
little fiveyearold Bcttio Ford BUck
burn which occurred last Saturday in
Oregon has been received by relatives
here Deceased was the bright little
daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward
Blackburn of BaKer City that state
Tho mother will be remembered as Miss
Bottle Breck formerly of this city and
the sympathy of her host of friends will
io out to tho parents in this sad hour
The telegram contained no particulars
The death of Howard Ed wards which
occurred at Baxter Terin last Thurs
day is still shrouded in mystery Mr
Edwards was a son of Ossian Edwards
a prominent business man of Paris nec t
his wife was Miss Nancy Royce of this
county daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam
uel Royce who reid cu l tin Boones
boro pike Tho body of Mr Edwards
was discovered in his room at a hotel
pierced by three bullet wounds and it is
not known whether ho took his own lifo
or was assassinated but the evidence so
far points strongly to the work of an
enemy with whom ho had had trouble
a short time before being found dead
Howas well known in Richmond Mrs
Edwards has been with her sister Mrs
Oldham in this city for some timo and
was in Richmond when tho news came
of the death of her husband
Mr Edwards had been in the South
for about three years where he was en
gaged in the lumber business in which
his father was interested It is learned
I from his family that ho intended ti
close out his business in Baxter Tenn
with a view of taking a partnership in
the American Lumber Coof Pittsburg
Pa and had expected to bo at hom >
with his relatives Christmas Hi
father Mr Ossian Edwards who was ia
Nashville left immediately for Baxter
to accompany the body to Paris Mr
Edwards was about thirty years of age
Letters
Tho following unclaimed letters are at
Richmond postomce for the week end
ing December 20th Persons for call
ing for same will sayAdvertiscd
Barns Henry Mrs
Brown Annie Miss
Chenault John Mr
Greening Warren Mr
Cook Baraly Mr
Floyd AC Mr
Floyd Elllo Miss
Gay David A Mr
Glover Leslie Mr
Harris John Mr 2
Million Bell Mary
Miller Eliza Mrs
Parks Annie Miss
Peters Thomas BlUe Mr
Riddle Etta Miss
Richmond Milling Co
Richardson Millie
Taylor C E
Terrill Thos B
To Manager Cincinnati
Tobacco Co
West Dave Mr
White Jim Mr
White Jesse Mr
Ambrose Lula Miss
Barber Mano
Biggerstaff W a Mr
Board of Trade or selection
Curry Obe Mr
CurryObeMrDoty
Doty Chas Mr
Embry BlUe Miss
Harper G L
Hicks Hiram Mr
Joshian Lillio Mrs
Millie Jim
Heal Estate Agent
Rico Maggio Miss
Santa Claus
Shanks Eugene Mr
Shank JE Mr
Talbot W a Mr
Tcrrill K B Capt
Tcvis J II Mr
Thomas Will Mr
WilhianwMrs
aC Wallace P M
>
King Won
J D King was the lucky person ia
the drawing contest Saturday ovenjnjri
at Creekmores soft drink parlors No
7 drew tho big goose T
Badly Ruptured < if
Some men are and then dev
to apply a truss till his case
becomes serious If your
husband dont take care Af
himself in this matter see triYt
itthat hie avoids trouble Jalert
by advising him to
Apply a Truss Right
Away
We fcare eyryth1ng iJtt ho
iitijl trw i rbb stock
ing1ete >
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