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NO. 20
40th YEAR
Thztz is no substitute
f ot Royal BaldngPow
det lot making the
best cake, biscuit and
pastfy; Royal is Ab
solutely Pute and the
only baking powdef
made from Royal
grape cream of tartar
Mr. W. S. Webb, of Duluth, in this
county, and Miss Martha Jones, daugh
ter of Jailer N. B. Jones, motored over
to Lexington Tuesday evening and were
united in marriage at the Phoenix Hotel
by Rev. A. Q. McQuire, of the Baptist
church. After the ceremony the happy
couple returned to this city, where they
will reside for the present. The groom
is associated in the merchandise busi
ness with his father at Duluth and has
many friends who join in extending best
wishes to him and his popular bride for
a Ion; and happy married life.
The End o( The World.
Predict ions of the end of the world
have V?en a source of terror to many
I 'Copies through many centuries. St.
Aiu'.im me, in the fourth century, con
t iel only a few years of respite to the
I.Lin.Hii species before the end of time J
In the ninih century, in countries of
O'i.i mental Europe, the people began to
i:-Ue preparation for the destruction of
: e u'tirld, then prophesied to be near at
i :.;.!. They abandoned their fields and
:l.r workshops, and threw themselves
w '.; ; .(it of the altar; they gave their
- o I he churches and monestaries.
T i e;nl was tocomewith the beginning
i f iiiL- thousandth year of the Christian
era. The fatal day came. But the sun
c 'iitinujd to shine in the vault of the
lieaxeiis. the stars remained in" tl.eir
1 laces and the people returned to their
customary pursuiis. But the prophets
vere not discouraged, and Arnault de
V.iieneuve,. a Frenchman, fixed the date
:or the tinish in i:93 and again a mia
iake had been made in the direful horo
fdipe. Xevt came Jonathan StofTer, a
ernian asirolusrer. who announced that
il.e wurld would be overwhelmed by
a delude in 1021. and a worthy theologian
o: 'louiouse constructed an ark.
In l.V.i'J the end of the world was an
nounced in France, and the wildest ter
ror prevailed. Hetiry IV, who had not
been any too good a Protestant, and was
ihi better as a Catholic, laughed at this
(reiiiction Then he became serious and
..:ed an edict forbidding his subjects
' ' u:k about anti-Christ and the last
.. :-'!.ont. The latest prophet of any
ivv as an Italian, a monk of Padua,
who died at the age of ninety, a day or
ta afier the exaltation of Pope Leo
XIII. He left a prophecy giving a list
of il.e popes, ten in number, who should
reirii before the end of the world should
come. And these are the names: First,
the present pope. Plus X; then will come
Paul VI, Pius XL Gregory XVI, and so
on, concluding with Peter II, who shall
be the last pope who will occupy the
papal chair when the end comes. As
popes reign an average of twelve years
each, the grim prophet only allows a
century more of the world and then all
will be over. This prophesy, however.
iias never been accepted with anything
like the seriousness with which it was
Dies In Louisville.
Mr. James Booksby, well remember
ed here as au important factor in the
barrel factory several years ago, died in
Louisville on the 9th inst., following an
operation for locked bowels. Three
years ago he married Miss Nancy War
ren, of this city, and they soon after
wards moved to Louisville to live. He
was about 34 years of age and an excel
lent citizen. Mrs. Roofcsby is visiting
Mrs. Hatlie Buchanan and will in future
make her borne in Richmond.
Everywoman at The Lexing
ton Opera House.
The dramatic spectacle, "Everywo
man," in many ways the most talked
about play of recent times, is to be of
fered by Henry W. Savage at the Lex
ington Opera House Jan. 1, 2, 3, with
matinees on the 1st and 3d. This unique
production has made such an extraordi
nary success in England, in addtien to
it American triumph and has been wit
nessed by three millions of people dur
ing the three, years which have elapsed
since its first performance and it is now
being played iu half a dozen foreign
"Everywoman," In short, is nonde
script in the matter of classification. It
partakes of the nature of an opera, dra
ma and musical comedy, and yet in re
ality it does not belong to any of the
three classes. It was suggested to the
author, the late Walter Browne, by the
morality play, "Everyman," which was
performed thioughout America a few
years ago by a group of English players
under the leadership of Ben Greet, yet
the latter work was gloomy and morbid,
while "Everywoman" is bright, witty
and abounds in comedy.
The work is on a vast scale and repre
sents a cash outlay of upwards of $0J,-
000 It is considered by Henry W. Sav
age as his greatest triumph as a produc
er. The cast is a long one and includes
37 speaking characters. Over 150 peo
ple are employed in the production.
The accompanying music is one of the
features. It is symphonic in character
and includes 23 numbers, which were
especially composed for "Everywoman"
by George Whitefleld Chadwich, Dean
of the New England Conservatory of
Music, of Boston. A special symyhony
orchestra is carried by the organization
to properly render the score. The cos
tumes for the production are especially
rich and represent the very last word of
the Parisian designers. The title role
is played by Thais Magrane, a young
woman of exceptional dramatio gifts
and superb beauty. The principal mala
role is performed by Elmer Graddin.
Orders sent to Manager Scott, if ac
companied by remittance, will receive
prompt attention.
Hurrah! They're Here From
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Gentle, blissful, wonderful workers,
Hot Springs Liver Buttons surely are;
take one to night and free the bowels
from poisonous waste and gas. You'll
feel bright and happy tomorrow. All
druggists, 25c.
Be sure and get some, for besides be
ing a wonderful laxative they are a great
system tonic. They give you a keen ap
petite and rid the blood of impurities
Hot Springs Liver Buttohs, Hot Springs
Rheumatism Remedy and Hot Springs
Blood Remedy ore sold in Richmond by
the ltichmond JJrug Company.
Mr. John ParrUb and Miss Annie Cos
by, of this county, went to Lesingtonon
Wednesday afternoon last and ware uni
ted in the holy bonds of wedlock at the
parsonage of the Calvery Baptist church
iu that city, the pastor. Rev. T. C. Eo
ton, officiating. The happy couple was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. S.Rose
and Miss Parrish. of this oity. The
bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Cosby and is very popular,
with a large circle of friends. The groom
is a son of Mr. Peter Parish, and is one
of Madison's best known young men.
After an extensive Eastern trip, Mr. and
Mrs. Parrish wlj return to this city to
reside. The hearty congratulations of
many friends are extended to ths happy
No more popular couple ever started
out on life's Journey together than Mr.
William Wilson and his bride, who be
fore her marriage last Thursday was
Miss Nettie Wagers, the eldest daugh
ter of Mr. Jonah Wagers.- The ceremo
ny was said by Rev. E. B. Barnes and
was quiet and impressive, being witness
ed by only the immediate families. Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson left at once for his
home at Kirksville, where they will go
to houseiceeping.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wilson, formerly of Estill coun
ty, but for a number of years has lived
in this county. He is a grandson of the
late Capt. John Wilson, the hero of the
battle of Lookout Mountain. Mr. Wil
son is a young man of sterling worth,
possessing fine business qualifications,
and is in every way worthy of the young
lady of his choice. His bride is the em
bodiment of all the lovely and lovable
traits that go to make elegant, refined
womanhood. She is a girl whom to
know is to love, and thrice lucky is the
man who claims her as his own. May
the love which began in childhosd and
which has reached happy wedlock, flow
on through a long, happy life, making
it one grand, sweet song.
Genuine Parisian Ivory At
Perry's Drug Store.
We have a beautiful line of Imported
Parisian Ivory, which makes a very de
sirable Christmas present. It is solid.
and has the manufacture's name stamped
on it. Also a complete line of other
Christmas goods at lowest prices.
Don't fail to call and inspect our stock
before making your purchases. It means
money to you.
Thb Riall Stork.
Christmas Gifts
To all who are in search of desirable and ap
propriate presents for relatives and friends,
our Holiday Greetings for 1913 are "The
Best of Everything for Xmas"
We would be very glad of an opportunity to
show you our
Clean, Fresll Stock of New
and Beautiful Xmas
comprising the choicest gathering of desirable
Christmas merchandise we have ever offered
our Holiday patrons. We offer the best of
tempting prices
II. M. Whittington
Mr. Haden Lupires Suddenly.
The death Wednesday evening of Mr.
Geo. Haden, at his home near Million,
came as a great shock and surprise to
bis relatives and friends. Mr. Haden
had been complaining for about two
weeka of not feeling well, yet he was
never sufficiently ill as to render him
bedfast and on Wednesday was thought
to be considerably improved. Late in
the afternoon deceased was reclining on
a couch and his faithful wife went to bis
side, being attracted by his heavy breath
ing, and reached the afflicted man just
as life passed out. Mr. Haden was one
of the best known farmers of thai sec
tion of the county, where be had spent a
life of 60 years. He was a member of
the Christian church and well liked by
all who knew him. He is turvived by
bis wife and one child. Funeral servic
es were conducted Thursday morning by
Rev. O. J. Young, followed by inter
ment in the family burying ground near
bis iale home.
Count Your Cattle.
Some part if s brought a number of fine
beef hides to Win. Stillmsn's place this
week and offered them for sale. Mr.
Stlllman became suspicious and began
questioning the men. They left imme
diately without making a sale. Later
the hides were found over the fenee near
the Clark's Run crossing, on the Stan
ford pike. Officers think it possible
thai the parties had stolen the cattle,
butchered them and then offered the
bides for sale. Large cattle owners
should count their cattle Danville Ad
Pure old country sorghum and New
Orleans sugar-house molasses.
D. B. McKinney. l-tf
Go to the Racket Store and select your
Christmas goods before the rush begin.
Everything in the toy line for children.
Slock and Crop
Wcporu ol Spe
cial Interest ; t
W. B. Burton bought a pair of 5 year-
old mules for $525 at Barbour ville. They
were blue ribbon winners Lancaster
H. S. Cay wood, of North Middletowo,
bought 150 bead of cattle at So for spring
delivery from Robt. C. Gatewood, of
Montgomery county. ,
-"A. K. McCown delivered to John F.
Wagers Saturday 71 230-pound hogs.
purchased some time ago at 73 ic. This
was the first bunch of hogs to go out of
Madison this season.
John E Madden, master of Hamburg
Place, near Lexington, shipped 200 fat
cattle to the Eastern market. They
were fed at Madden's place and averag
ed about 1,200.
Most of the thousands of cattle '.hat
were held at Fort Erie, Ontario, for the
American tariff to be removed were un
fit for beef and will have to be fattened
la the United States.
Jas. R. Magowan, of Mt. Sterling, sold
to Mr. Mauz, of Austria, the widely
known trotting mares, Aon Direct, 2:10-
5, and Neva Todd, 2:13 3 4. Both are
in foal. They brought 12.000. These
mares will go to Austria.
At McKee Bros.' sale of Duroc-Jersey
hogs, st Versailles last week, 51 head
of sows and gilts sold for an average of
3.40; 13 sows bred to Defender aver
aging 1164 Buyers were present from
Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and
other States.
There were about 1,000 cattle on the
Mt. Sterling market Monday, with the
best 800-pound steers selling at 7c. The
bulk of sales were around 6 12c; heif
ers 5 1-2 to 6c; cows 3 to 3 1 2c and balls
about same figure. Small crowd and
trading slow.
A Dubous county, Indiana, farmer
sold to another farmer 13 hogs affected
with cholera. The purchaser turned
them with his own herd of one hundred
head and they took the disease and al
most all of them died. He sued and re
covered a verdict for $300 damages.
The distinction of marketing the rec
ord-priced cattle of the year in the Blue
Grass belongs to President Clarence Le
Bus, of the Burley Tobaco Society,
who sold to Campbell & Lamasters, of
Henry county, 57 fancy Christmas beeves
at 8 1 2o straight. The bunoh averaged
602 pounds and 20 head from "Yinata
Farm" averaged 1,657 pounds, bringing
$140 71 per head.
The importation of beef cattle from
the Argentina, Canada, and other coun-
ries under the new tariff, has not per
ceptibly changed retail prices of meat.
The number of cattle that it is possible
to ship from those countries is too small
to make any material difference in the
United Slates.
R H. Crow bought of Col. J. O. Ker-
foot, of Elizahelbtown, a boar sired by
Tom Chief 43,101, dam o Col. King sow.
The gilt by Cherry Tenn., that sold for
1,000, out of a sow by Superba and De
fender dam. J. N. Wright sold to M.
S. Baughmin ten fat meat hogs, averag
ing 345 pounds, at 8c Danville Messenger.
The corn and tobacco crops in general
all over the country the past season were
very inferior, and in consequence seed
corn and tobacco seed next spring will
be in great demand and at a premium.
In view of this fact, farmers should be
gin making arrangements for their seed
early, before they are called upon to pay
exorbitant prices. Overhaul your corn
and see if any of it is available for seed
ing purposes; if not, make arrangements
with your neighbor. Do not put this
matter off, or you may have to pay ex
orbitant prices later.
The Department of Agricullute has
seized two large shipments of stock feed,
based upon the finding of the bureau of
chemistry that feed was mixed with
sand. . It is bad enough to attempt to
defraud and injure human beings with
adulterated food, as a man or a child
chewing sand can mike a complaint
and seek a remedy. It U a consilation
to know that there is a department of
the government that purposes to protect
beast as well as men and prevent those
who would from imposing on the help
Black cake ingredients. Lackey A
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Tenders Resignatioa
Mr. W. J. Newsom, who Las boen as
sooiated with ths Modern Brotherhood
of America as Slate manager for South'
astern Kentucky for the past fivn years,
has resigned this office to go with the
Commonwealth Life Insurance Co., of
Louisville. Mr. Newsom is a regress
ive, energetio gentleman and will, no
doubt, be a valuable acquis u to the
company be represents iq ' jtrritory.
Mr. Greening Dies Near Lan
caster. Mr. John T. Greening, a half brother
of ths late Galen J. White, of tl.is city,
died at his home, four miles from Lan
0 aster, Wednesday evening, agl about
77 years, after a. short illness of pneumonia."-He
is survived by an invalid
w if and ens son, who is a banker ' fn
Parsons,-Kas. Mr. Boy a White, of
this city, attended the funeral tad buri
al Thursday. .
Prize For Correct Answers.
A Washington correspondent protests
that the questions propounded to candi
dates for admission to the Naval School
at Annapolis are needlessly severe. As
evidence he offers these, taken at ran
dom from a recent quia:
What effect did the battle of Crecy
have upon feudalism and chivalry?
State the significance of Shay's Rebel
lion. .
State concisely the achievements of
De Narvaez.
What brought about Ihe union of the
two most important Stales of Spain T
What was decided at the battle of Ban-nockburn?-ldentify
the Hussities.
What is meant by "the begin r
State concisely the chief significance
Give briefiey the wars of conquest of
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