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NOVEMBER 7. 1913
TV icsd at was a royal day for Democ
racy. Ia Kentucky tdere was an almost
unbioken line of Democratic victories,
while in New Jersey, Maryland. Virginia
and Massachusetts it was all one way,
Itemocralic Governors and full tickets
being elected in three of them and a U.
S. Senator in Maryland by a plurality of
42,000. In Indianapolis a Democratic
mayor was elected by a plurality of 5,
547. In Cincinnati, the more' the pity,
a Republican was elected mayor by a
small plurality. In New York City, the
fusion candidate for mayor put up against
Tammany and favored by President
Wilson won by 121,000 plurality w hich
wrecks the malign power of Tammany,
let us hope, forever. Sulzer was elected
to the Legislature, but the Democrats
lost control of it, owing to dissemions.
In New Jersey Fielder was elected Gov
ernor by a plurality of 33.000, greatly to
the satisfaction of President Wilson,
who justly feels that the elections have
shown how fully his administration is
approved. At no point, except in Lou
isville, did the Progressives show any
strength indicating that that so-called
party is almost entirely eliminated, ex
cept as a thorn in the flesh of the Re
publicans. It really looks like the Democrats
have come to their own to stay and they
will, if the leaders steer as clear of
mistakes as they have done.
TnK happiest lot of Democrats in the
Slate are in Lexington. A lot of sore
head Democrats and Republicans com
bined four years ago and by false repre
sentation and false pretense, won most
of the county offices. They failed to
make good. In fact they made very
bad. Attempting the same trick again
this year, they got the cold shoulder and
with Judge Frank 15 u I lock heading the
the Democratic ticket, as he did four
years ago, the Democrats had easy sail
ing. The Judge was elected by 1,118
majority, the average of the list being
1,000, while Theodore Lewis was re
elected county clerk by about 2,000.
The hardest fight was made on Mrs.
Nannie G. Faulconer for county super
intendent because she had increased
taxes for school purposes, but she won
by 30 majority over Miss Fidler, the fus
ion nominee. The entire county admin
istration will be Democratic and all the
magistrates but one. It will be a grati
fying change which will redound to the
good of the people.
To Chairman Thomas A. Combs, of
the campaign committee, and to such
telling speakers as Former Congressman
VY. P. Kimball, in addition to the splen
did personnel of the ticKet, the great
victory is due and the result indicates
that no more will the county and city
eo ou" after false Gods.
Mrs. 'Ei. la II. Ellwaxgeb, of Louis
ville and Frankfort, has written a book,
which like all her efforts is delightfully
entertaining and refreshing. The sub
ject is not a very new one, that of a bad
boy, but handled in her incomparable
style it is better than new. Editor lien
ry Watterson pronounces it one of the
best little stories he ever read and Mrs.
Ellwanger is very proud that he wrote
the inscription just before he left for
Europe. The book is splendidly gotten
up and printed and will be on sale in a
few days, when it is sure to have a good
run. The writer feels great interest in
the success of the work, owing to the
pleasant relations that existed during
his ownership of the Frankfort State
Journal. Mrs. Ellwanger was society
editor and the best that we. ever knew.
She did not confine her work to that
alone, but did general writing of a most
entertainiug and enjoyable nature She
is a real genius and one of the most de
serving of women.
The President and Mrs. Wilson sent
out 100 invitations to the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Jessie, but up to
the houi of going to press ours had per
sistently refused to arrive. The mail
service is becoming exasperatingly bum.
Turn the lascals out ! '
A woman was sentenced to death at
Concord, Conn., for killing her husband,
but she will not suffer death. The hang
ing of women has become a lost art in
this country. The last woman banged
in Connecticut was ia 1780.
The Court of Appeals decides that a
son cannot be made to support bis fath
er, but if there is a son who can and
won't support his father after he has
been incapacitated, hades won't be hot
enough for him in the life to come.
To prove how ttie Progressive vote is
slipping away, a negro. beat a follower of
Roosevelt at Winchester for councilman,
Sic transit gloria mundi. as we Irish
Eleanor Montell as "Peggy" in a "Butterfly on the Wheel"
at the Opera House Tuesday, Nov. 18
All his friends, and their name is Le
gion, are delighted that Judge Frank
A. Bullock "came back" in Fayette.
He would never have been defeated but
for the circulation of the meanest lies
on him, which enough people were led
to believe to let a Republican in. The
election will give Judge Bullock 24 years
as county judge of nextto the richest
county in the State.
yJTTjATX.ir UAr Fr Tr
NEED AND JUST WHAT
3 PLEASES THEM. AND
WE KNOW TftVT THE
mnr ?rcz is one:
BIG ITEM-TOO. '
"BLEJJED 3 THE MAN WHO HAS FOUND HIS
WORKJ"-WE HAVE FOUND OUR.J. WE KNOW
THS 5V.SINE.S.S, AND ARE ABLE To SIVE OUR
PATRON J THE BENEFIT OF OUR. EXPERIENCE.
WE BOUGHT WHAT OUR CUJTOMER-5 WANT,
AND WE ARE MAKING CUJToMER-5 BY JELL
ING AT THE RIGHT PRICE. WE WANT YOU
TOR A CUSTOMER, AND IF YOU BUY FRoM-UJ
WE WILL MAKE A FRIEND AND CUSTOMER OF
YOU, BECAU.SE WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT
TO PLEAJE YOU.
John R. Gibson & Co.
That the woman suffrage movement
is the product of noisy and dissatisfied
women with little interest taken in it
by women in general, God bless them, is
shown in the fact that in this county,
with a population of about 30,000, only
twelve women vote I. The average wo
man does n t want to usurp her hus
bandd's and brothers' prerogat ives.
Gov. Sci.zek seems disposed to rub it
in Tammany. Not content with triumph
ing over it and being elected to the Gen
eral Assembly, he will run for Speaker
of the House. If all the charges a
gainst Murphy that have been made are
sustained, he will go to the pen.
Judge Rentox seems determined to
purify elections, lie did it here and is
now doing it in Jessamine, where he de
livered the set charge to the Grand jury
made at Winchester and here.
The City Council
Held a brief session last night, but
took up uothing new or of interest, only
routine business being transacted.
. Buys Auto.
Mr. Samuel Q. Royce bought of the
Richmond Auto Company yesterday a
fine five-passenger Buick car.
. Not Guilty.
Jake Tussey was tried before Judge
Shackelford this morning for violating
the local option law and acquitted.
Taken to FrankforL
Deputy Sheriffs G. W. T. Dcatherage
and W. A. Johnson took the prisoners to
Frankfort yesterday convicted at the last
term ef circuit court.
One of the pleasamesi spells of weath
er that ever came in November ended
this morning in a shower, but the sig
nal service says it will be fair again to
night and Saturday and a little colder.
A Million Pounds of Hemp.
Hudton & Davis have bought 1,000,
000 pounds of hemp for delivery during
the spring of 1914 at $7 50 per hundred
This bemp was bought in Boyle, Mercer,
Lincoln and Garrard counties. Danville
Harsh physics react, weaken the bow
els, will lead to chronic constipation,
Doan's Regulels operate easily. 25c a
box at all stores.
mere are 31 women employed as
brakemen and ten as baggagemen in
A 99 year-old Democrat voted in Scott
county this time, making 79 limes he
pas voted the Democratic ticket.
William F. McCombs, Democratic N'a
tional Chairman, will marry Miss Doro
thy Williams in London today.
The 125 saloons now open in Nash
ville, Tenn., but that are t j close Nov,
15, have been sued, for liquor licenses
due Nov. 1
Indianapolis is in the throes of a street
car strike and martial law has been de
clared, with the entire State militia on
the ground.- " ;
Gen. Felix Diaz, who fled from Mez
ico, -was slabbed by a Mexican at Ha
vana. Diaz was Huerta's opponent in
the recent elecliou. t "
By order of Judge F. M. Tracy, the
election of directors and officers ef the
Burley Tobacco Company, set for yes
terday, was postponed until next Tues
Atlanta thus far this year has enter
tained 50,589 visitors to conventions se
cured by its Chamber of Commerce
bureau and expects next year to excel
Definite steps were taken in Nen
York last night to make the ami-Tammany
Jeffersonian Alliance a perma
nent organization for anti-Tammany
political activity. - "
Forty-four States have adopted an
age limit for working children. Thirty
six prohibit night work by children and
fortv-two have (lied a maximum nam
ber of hours as a working week for
Silver pesos valued at $354,000, for
warded by Mexico City bankers to Vera
Cruz, for shipment, were seized yester
day by Government officials at the sea
port, under the law prohibiting such
Col. Goethals, in charge of Panama
Canal construction, expects to finish his
work well within the allotted appropria
tion of $375,200,000. This means that
the cost of completion of the big ditch
must be within $:i0,391.038.32, the sum
Harrold Murphy, sixteen, and Oliver
Singleton and William Jenkins, 19 and
20 respectively, all of Kings Mountain,
Ky., were arrested in Ludlow for loiter
ing when they confessed to robbing the
postoflice at Kings Mountain and the
store of Dr. Thompson.
Two mobs formed at Somerset last
night to lynch a negro charged with as
sault on a woman, the wife of an engi
neer. The first mob left when promised
that the negro would' be tried at once.
Governor McCreary orderel out the mi
una upon tne request 01 1'ulaskt au
For the second t'.me Whitley City has
won for the permanent county seal of
McCreary, It won over Pine Knot be
fore by 132 and Tuesday by 225. A con
lest made the second vote necessary,
The entire Republican ticket was elected
in this new county, which should not
have been created.
The L. & N. Railroad Co. paid to the
State Auditor $55,000 taxes on the $11,
000,000 increase in its assessment which
Judge Cochran in the Federal Court
made the condition for securing a tern
porary injunction in the 1912 tax suit.
An order will now be entered granting
the injunction an the case will go on to
Senator Luke Lea's resolution foi
Congressional investigatirn of the rela
tions between the Louisville & Nashville
Railroad and its allied lines to develop
whether the auti trust laws have been
violated, was passed by the Senate after
a brief debate, A general investigation
of the affairs of the Louisville &, Nash
ville by he Interstate Commerce Com
mission will be the result.
The Rev. J. D. Wallace will be for
mally installed as minister of the First
Presbyterian Church of Gen:etown
next Sunday. The Rev. J.; M. Spencer,
president of Say re (allege, Lexington,
will deliver the charge lo-the pastor 'and
Prof. Gordon, of Lexington, will deliver
the charge to the congregation. The
Rev. S. P. Howes also of Lexington,
will preach the installation sermon.
There were no developments of any
kind in the Mexican situation the White
House announced last night. It was
admitted that instructions had" been sent
Charge OShaughnessy and although
their nature was not made public the
manner In which officials discussed the
situation indicated that news dispatches
from Mexico City were correct. Felix
Diaz was wounded while in a street
fight with other Mexicans in Havana
.The Courier Journal has a picture of
him with this notice: "Eld. James W
Harding, the oldest native-born citizen
of Winchester, will be 90 years acd tl
months old today. Elder Harding was
born in Winchester and has lived there
all his life. He has been engaged in the
ministry more for than seventy-two
years, lie is pastor of the Fairfax
street Church of Christ in Winchester,
and conducts services on one Lord's
Day in each month."
' The Carlin bill, recently passed) by
Congress making the robbery of freight
cars, baggage cars and express cars en
gaged in interstate commerce and the
robbery of interstate shipments from
platforms and stations a federal offense,
is a law with teeth in it aud sharp ones
at that as -was evidenced in the Federal
court in Alabama when John L. Parker
was given a sentence of six years in the
United States p ison for robbing a ship
ment of shoes consigned to Glaznn, Miss,
from a car in the Birmingham yards on
A passenger train on the Q. & C.
struck a"covered wagon In which G. O.
Payne, of Mt. Sterling, and family were
riding near Williamstown.- G. O. Payne,
bead badly cut, side injured; Mrs. Agnes
Payne, badly bruised, several cuts on
head and ankie sprained; Elijah Payne,
six years old, thigh fractured, leg brok
en, badly bruised; Sophia Payne, six
year old girl, numerous cuts and bruises
about head and body. The wagon was
demolished. The train backed up and
brought all of the injured to St. Joseph's
hospital at Lexington, where they are
receiving treatment. The accident oc
curred at a crossing.
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Large Refrigerator, Butcher
Tools, Block, Etc., for
A. J. Broaddus
Third and Rroadwav Richmond. Ky
Al 11 A. M. on
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1913
I will offer for sale to the highest bidder
my farm consisting of 113 5 8 acres sit
uated on Goggins Lane, adjoining the
lands of II. B. Hanger, C V. Stocker,
Mrs W. E Luxon and immedintely in
the rear of the Luxon farm of which
this land was originally a part. This
farm is fine fertile land capable of pro
ducing anything tthat the best central
Kentucky farm produces, is well water
ed by a large never failing spring, and
has been in grass for more than fifteen
years. Terms will be liberal and made
known on day of sale.
Don't forget the dale and hour of sale.
C. C. Vvallace
e Having decided to sell my farm 1
will offar it to the highest 'and best
bidder on , .
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, '13,
located on the Rig Hill pike six miles
from Richmond, consisting of IMti 3-10
acres with residence tenant house and
tobacco barn all new. Residence has
water works and hot water heat.
There is also on this place a nice young
orchard of about 2U0 trees just begin
ning to bear. The place la well .water
ed by ponds and never failing springs,
it is near school and churches. It U an
ideal place to live and must be seen to
be appreciated. I will offer it first in
two tracts 100 acres on the back facing
county road and l-itt with the improv
ments facing pike and then will oiler
the place as a whole.
Will be glad to have parlies to look
at plaee at any time.
Mb. Lucy B. Sallee.
The greatest clothing offering for the people of Richmond, Madi
son and adjoining counties will commence at the Busy Bee Cash
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8th
and continue for 30 days or until our entire clothing stock has
been closed out. Our stock of clothing was never, more complete
than now. Everything in our clothing department is strictly up-to-date
all the new weaves, styles and colorings in favor tnis
season comprise this big stock of clothing. Men's, Young
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing in Endless Variety
We Have Decided
To close out our entire clothing stock lock stock and barrel. v'e i. . d
the room tor our Ladies Ready-to-wear Department which is ro
to such an extent that we are forced to make more room for it. so
clothing end of our business must go
Everybody in this city and county who has purchased clothing fro;
can testify to the high grade of clothing we handle; they can also
you that our prices are cheaper than the same quality can be had t
where. We have decided to give in addition to the low prices we I
always named on clothing 1-4 off on every purchase made in our c!
ing department during this time
If you need an up-to-date Fall and Winter 5uit for yourself or any n ru
ber of your family, if you need a first class Overcoat for yourself or
boy, come and look at this great stock of up-to-date clothing and ti. re
what you will save by getting 1 -4 off each purchase you make in cloth"! ,g
Don't Overlook This Offer
Don't pay more for clothing not as good money saved is money ma-!e.
This is a chance you don't often get, coming right at the time you need
the stuff and right when they are fresh and new
Remember this great clothing offering begins Saturday, Novem
ber 8th, and closes in 30 days. Don't Forget
We receive every morning a full line
of green vegetable and would be glad
to supply your wants. - Phone 72 & 144
Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
We have a fu'l line of Cow Peas, pure
German Millet, 8orghum Seed, Etc.
Csvington Thorpe Co. . 57-tf.
f As Administrator of I. D. Todd, dee'd.
1 will sell to the highest bidder at pub
lic) outcry, on the premises at Speed-
wen, ny on
Wed esday, Nov, 12
at 10 o'clock a. m , the following de
1 corn shelter; 1 wheat cleaner and
grader; 20 bales of straw; lot of plow
gear; 4 nay rorks; 3 two-horse wagons; 1
pond scraper and stretchers; 1 slide; 1
two-horse lloosier corn planter and at
tachmenls; 1 wheat drill; 1 hay rake; a
lot of grain tacks; lot of double shovels;
lot of gale slats; lot of sledge hammers.
drills and spades; lot of empty bee hives
A good cross cut saws; 1 good ten-ton
jack screw; poultry wire; 1 good cider
mill; 6 single shovel plows; 5 turning
piows: 1 good uiaric cutaway disc bar
row; tripple trees; 1 good 3 year-old jack:
1 good jennets; 1 5-yar old mare: 10
sheep; 1 500 pound steer; lot of shelled
oats; about 10 tons loose hay in barn; 1
new Superior wheat drill; 1 riding culti
vator; t ueering binder; lot of wire: bug
gy and set ot harness; grindstone; black
smith and woodworking tools; 1 two sect
tion harrow; 1 Met ormick mowing ma
chine; 1 2 year old mare; pair of aged
mules: 12-year-old mare: 1 2 vear-old
mare; 3 milch cows; about 100 barrels of
corn in held: about 175 shocks fodder:
14 hogs; platform scales, and numerous
other things. At same time and place
we win oner ior sale
Two Tracts of Land
Tr&Ct Krv 1 ii'lrnnwn iha f,l
- - a u MS WUJ
tract near Grove Hill and contains 73 1-4
acres, all in irrass. wnll wmiraH mil un.
der.good fence. Tract No. 2 is known
as part of the Giles Harris farm at
Speedwell, containing 100 acres, all in
grass, veil watered and under good
fence.' Said farm is close to school, post
office and churches. If above land is
not sold it will rented. People wishing
to look at said farms can call on Ilugh
C. Todd at Speedwell, who will take
pleasure in showing you over same.
Terms Made known on day of sale.
C B. Todd, Admr.
Jesse Cobb, AucU ' Paint Lick, Ky.
I will olTer for sale to the highest bid
Wednesday, Nov. 12
immediately after the sale of land of V.
I C. Wallace, which is held on same date
at 11 a. m , my farm containing
This is fine fertile land, wifhin one mile
of Court House at Richmond, and situ
ated on Tales Creek pike, and adjoining
t le lands of II. B. Hanger, G. C. Stock
er, and C. C. Wallace, and is directly
between the pike and the lands of C. C
There is on the farm a splendid brick
d welling house of ten rooms, good barn
a id a large tobacco barn capable of hold
ing twenty acres of tobacco, a perma
nent pond of water, besides being well
watered otherwise, a good orchard and
sll necessary outbuildings.
Terms liberal and made known on day
MRS. W. fL LUXON, Sr.
Long Tom Clienauli, Auct. .
Thursday, Nov. 20, '13
I will offer for sale op the premises to
the highest bidder the farm of Alex Har
per, deceased, and known as the Thcs.
Harper place. This farm contains
of land, all in grass except four acres;
has good five room house, outbuildings.
good fencing and is well watered. This
farm is 5 miles from Richmond and ad
joins the farms of Jacob Uackett and
Ja mes Noland. Terms strictly cash.
J. R. RAYD0N
Long Ton Chenaalt
Sales Conducted In This and
Adjoining Counties al -Seasonable
108 BACKACHE KI0NCYS AMD BlA0 0t4
What are the changes in f i.h
ion for FaH and inter ?
B. E. Belue & Co.,
Tailor-made Suits, Coats, One
Piece Dresses even our
least expensive Outer Vear
for women, misses and child
ren : : :
B. E. Belue & Co
Main & Collins Street
W earen Kennedy
Ecst R!a, Near Coffins