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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k1FIn T3i qisttJEtL t t 1 a iii ow x L2t l gliI14RICi14D 1CLiIAX0LtIME 34 I rJ1i I4iI i 1 IqHMQND 4COUNTY i jrj WEDNESDAI p NOVEMBER 20 1907 NUMBER 24p I Kauin i t x yLexingtonr i Announce the arrival pftjewPtoi t4iisS 1L Tailored C4hjjiits i6 t I i iii browh blue and bla i moiels in plain t dcts5I elegantlyrn4e andt j 66 strujts andsweh WMJ 1 I Io i 1 I 0l ii 4 L p 1 IIuFur Iacketsc etsatin lined Electric SSI jackets at I I 3000 Russian 5600 i 75OOSiberianiooooWe J C7 JLDb HI H tt cJ 3 John s MasterS 4 4 jisnOY sole proprietor of the business hisS V some ling of Fall FiOLWfQr ladies tanc1gent1meirand Gents Furnishings jllwij1 henceforth sell for cash and will 1 pir4iaesc IL hipJ ll t ht b mr i iI r ti t I J c- TRITESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC BIWABC OF IMITATIONS THt GtNUIT4t pJIPAED ONLY IIY BallardSnow Liniment Co T LOUI8LMO n1 d1 tVjiS Perry T ona stokte1 GB Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N 1 writes About four vears K I wrote you stuthi that I hnd killneyttrouble irely stopped the brick dust sedi mnt and pIn and symptoms of kid ga1to tbeIevidently cund to stay ciind and hpartily recommend Folovn Kidnc killneyorton Hagiin Dr Land mnn the Ociilisf will he at lime Glyndon Wednesday Nov 13 rf wok- Commissioners Sale Rllch1 iotgahI1JarneDefenthu Eqnity1yIll eof the Ia118ufl OJrcult onler of Courtdtie4 rfllat lhft Ontober ill tht above lerro thereof UX 7 yled call tIt1tseIRiWtld willon TTT I 1907betweenItnd 11 ocJuckam n11OIL Ih prflmise1 illhulilOu COUll IiXWJsthellt an dpropertyBginn n a point w the centerbrita on TI fto inIiIflnce w III pnt 26liat irapikecirtirh c e 6 WIelure br and 5 wHhWSI shiP crk tIwnct f lit tt 73north wit II 8t blink lall erekii 153 4 o 10 IIIeImils ofR ttw5chajn n n Iat leijiotitli e Il5oi Y tnllbemadeoiiacredit to sebeeosecuntvandeirectofajiulErnentbeariuur wiserved OfTing SIICommissionr H pjffairHhmtEva Frazier etc Dft Notice of Sale in Equity oftlnllItredIU the October teiui Hie enf in the above style cause the 1907if Halted will on rdu Saturday November 30 J907 niuPTWC11lOjfiO a in on Hi Ii premies in Madixnn pullie is vizBeginning or Oi tllCrIOIItflrlIlill 11ttIIewith 8alllIHIIsaHf Kivinsr the lines hr meteH andiiotiiKlH will be exit liiied by the cum nrifsioner on day of sale TKIlMSSaln will hI made on credit of Six C mmlii TI aIe idvitti ment of the purchase money to have 2t JX1 R-i L 1 1 l r wthe tougbcjuijtj ICOI i t UCOr pawing fromtiS j 0 inwdc o1a trolley car to the ttro the PlfffltthanvasserO hourpr ic in 4 heatedtk1t at I walking again ta btting f4diffict1ty of voiding cold 6 Sco1fj Er tuljin Mrn o body so that it can better wt1a danger of cold from ch ofvrac Ci 1 ii ihe fine and efTet f R Fwiv until paiTCommissioners Sae Klizu 1 fon l41c j pift alai t Lizzt Etta Glenn o Df tNotice of Sale in Eqjiity By virtue of a judgment Hndordrof specif the re panleredoi i n theahove style cause the sIn dtu1gned will on Friday Nov 29 1907 between the hours of 10 oclockR m prlntIesto Ldr anblglwsdcd prqprty v rZI A tho thKentucky hKemLuckvI his Ad witIIinol lotmst slump at 3 n 82 5w 55 polm MU ash stump in a field at 3 s 37 40 poles to an ash tree on a 4 thence w 56 poles to a stake ridglla nch at 6 s 54 poles to a htake in line of the 258 acres at 6 thence pnlestofi polls to a oak 8i6 ItG9 down same s 28 e 86 pols s 45 fa 15 poles s 72 e 14 poles to Kentucky rhlr 20 polte60pole a ogyavevurditntixeed t ved with the right of Ingnss and css Th1ERMSSnlom purchaserIll th proveil securely for the payment the purchase money to the m ce pllegalgeeoperty until all tho purchase gr mouev Is paid T H Collins Muster Commissioner of M C pC Sluggish Liver a Foe to hYouelBexertion exhausts you Orion Laxa tixe Fruit Syrup stimulates the liverbl i bowels and makes you fed bright and active Urino Laxative Fruit Iie Syrup does not nauseate or gripe anti for very mid and very pleasant to take strdinarytes Sold by Stockton Hoganli Lost Steer th fltriinbty ItWeilht ofItftwill be veiWinclitstcr ICiu F T TeiTeItIireI lII IeI IiI I W- f ti AR E AFTER YOUm4 r J 4 Af k uFr Your Trade We are Sole Agents for rJ i f 1T COLLEGE BRAND CLOTHESp ei N Y rk The most Up toDate Clothes in the country They tit well and xve I I ve Snii to hold its sh Ip We handle the strongest line of Boys Knee Pant Suits in t guaranteec Verhave cVt rv hing you wantin Men Women and Childrens Shoes See our Nobby Styles in Mens Shoes 4and4s001jJ s We wit b to colfyour attention to our UptoDatq Styles in Mens Hats Our aJook of Underwear r I and Hosi ry for Men Women and Children is very complete We also carry a sp1did1ineof Ladies and Chilens Cloaks i Ti 4 r l asc4Hjajrlow nrics d4 vtKErMnfKlBBIfc we sell strictly for CASH that is why we can give you fiJstcfI j merchandise at tp44such awfully low price you cant afford to pass us by Eahand every ItEm thatOib from our stoze is A fUlIygarnnteesliy Moneys R MeySOPER IIMain St Opp Madison National Bank Richmond Ky 4 lJeX fl ere Ie 1 I amous New EognaC Story On The C1anyAbout six ulucv En rogrnilale lts ii tttrai ii l honk form JJ achieved et iorin us lvii r 1vdrv IOI T r kxbahuno abacment fl e tne rtlus poncomeii C avf m- athe all tho suo c whou8rulvillain a ruined ffrj Will a mortgage and a nbut it contained plenty f a p plTo11 distinot ansiitur o legisnmdIzat concthexvas econdounlye dijoN Iuttk Tho pI posalttv resprdlutbo oko attcmtj e to en laigcon the plpK t ay Adana 5 wyer Is a we a I Boto wer wbogorejlnti 11 his health He In Lot girl whose love ho wfllr atirtship is the main thonjiofe a but it not on bemsr as 1ve niakin nro Ix full llrrtgcd lovi s rf I won the playv The wo rld loves anvtlii rjflhIInemanIs the jol1Iot antoany and tUe of senIinmontakiitbing only SW C tcontont ant n ttsfacUon un Ixed with Seliaythe Oper lI1tb Lwco n ntuhtteI Oil StCL1gtiiTTreat I nyemm rononiglit 11 ProsperouuIt of LocaIpuonv Jiitt at preaeut tiijtn vaca tttstatuse in Midway Ri1ltl1IIV af4 lint it g hone4 l1HltpIOn la been lit ret porScori flJSJ rs In t Of ilotibeS it that is not Ve eofve iliera Is n EplInIii1opportuu l dnniulong Ifinand forSsiicl Jprnperty ana believe ii would m invrstc a beral return Ve jSiYrjalftnflleiife Into future or leve ti tnt i era of iIclvanceuen t fir I galeati and KO to boiiiiia sas IIii ard things bnut 7nr j wu V got ui1 it If ytiti lonOk the place 01 e penpl4 soinijhwit er U will be better n Eit her lo at or get out uf thpLw ayj tie re- ssfor t of we are certain on the upw 4indwe ittt sweef ariII positior lFforeus 1Jtiaay Clips er To TF1F ublicthewe will call fpr oaVprfc anti reDturn Bailie to you witJiljut Sat lartion guariineed a Irial nd b cotvlttcpdilco 0 ease fcumoma on IecorciLeSo 10 not knov1 Chanceor eon tholeysIt cur sjglis anti colds erfeeL nt t khanccs ritli souio unknown iprcrfnuatibn whichjR aycsntaln opiatc hioh cr oniti1a lon tconilit inliat rt Iri8 ecovot froiti nciit Askfor Fol eye Ine tntl IirandtiiI ISti ilt iIferul Sojti Stokto a k rI lagLlI 1t Woodman Siireijh t Ti eesli In i w ntv Vearatti ithlior all tply in tb UisttLeI 1 resOrvs tutu Itr1II1lihIIs t I ailP t 1110t be Lc- bausted diudenientreediron a six WIJbSiiILpeejjn trij on which tieitijisoubIIg licwarIt g r 1 urgut tIIt ttittdairrju situ atiumj shiitittiiot he LlndtreLjijitedhsaid Hint the s uses more timber par caRaHtha any otherSttniM countryind thv rysian w oman and child wou14befftc1I Presl dttit Iti S ictlt pe1tocIl1L C011 rGova study of naturujJApaiI IS viirjailxritt eserv peace with Amca likewise a piece cit bet ernp L A CONFERENCE I Students of National Fame Will Discuss taxation at Columbus In response toit call In August by Governor Harris of Ohio there will be held In Columbus Ohio November 12 a national conference of the Na tional Tax association Delegates have been appointed to this meeting by the governors of all the states and it will In addition be attended by many tax experts from all over the country The discussions will take a wide range covering every phase of the question of taxation SUch gathering as that which Is to ii ffiiold in Columbus will result in dl ssemlnatlng a great deal ot infor mata on the subject of methods of taxation and is bound to sufi further tho interest in sthnuateI form Governor Beckham pointed three gentlemen to thetate of Kentucky It Is very much to be hoped that they will attend as cky has as great an interest as other state in this question and very much greater interest than some other states that have made more ess than wo have toward a bet- systeuiw J i Qieoposed Reforrna fT puCOrCUCe3 ArOd thus annbuncediT rSeCUrO an nuthoritatlv uSdi an ustlvo discussion of the subject te and local taxation in all of Its details To produce a volume of proceedings containing the best thought of those by reason of their special educational training and practical experi ence are qufcllfled to speak with au thority upon the special branch of the ct they may elect to discuss furnish to the members of thej itreteomic and business principles thai ld be applied in state and local tax l 1heirfor t cflonBy this means to secure tho application of correct economic and business principles in all tax legislation and thus develop a bjgjh degree of uniform- Ity in the tax laws of the several utatea v jfr By securing uniformity in state tax laws to eliminate tho ovil of changes in legal residence and in the location slness undertakings induced by rences in state tax laws and to create conditions of high value in aid- eof th effective and economical man agement ofsthe financial affairs pt all elate governrncntsiEiand r lons at this conference of they branches of the subject of state local taxation will command tho atte ntion of tho intelligent public throughout the country The Topics Proposed Separation of State and Local Rev enues By Professor Edwin R AiRgman Columbia university Now k city S 1IaWisconsin university Madison WlsT Taxation of Public Service Cor porations By Carl C Plehn proCes- sor of finance and statistics Univers- Ity of California Berkeley Cal export on taxation and public finance e of California commission on rev TETaxationatlons By Professor Adam Shortt Queens university Kingston OntarioWmember of tax commission province DeOnUlneand Local Taxation By Lawson Pur president of board of taxes andl3 assessment New York city Home Rule In Taxation By Solomon Wolff UtcommissionEnoch Ensleys Contribution to Taxation Literature By M E In ls chairman execvtlve committeeY C C C St 1 Railroad company Cincinnati Incidence of Taxation By A C Pleydell secretary of New York Tax Reform association New York city Substituttes for Personal PropertyoTax By Harry G York city The Economical and Statistical Value of Uniform State Laws on tho Subject of State and Local Taxation L G Powers chief statistician of bureau of the census Washington C Methods of Assessment as Ap plied to Several Classes ot Subjects James E Boyle professor of eco mics find political science State Unlversit ot North Dakota Grand Fo PcrksTaxation of Incomes By Charles o Raper professor of political lecon omy University of North Carolina apel Hill North Carolina Unit Rule By William 0 Ma ews attorney of Ohio Tax league Cl thevelandThe Single Tax By C B FlUe brown president of the Massachusetts Single Tax league Boston Mass Relation of Taxation to the Credit Taylorcommerce University of Nebraska Lincoln Neb- Taxation of Money and Credits J3y Frank G Pierce secretary of theoLe tiatLownlaFor Sale 300 Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels emis a Pullets of High quality for it 100 each Sendin youror- ur now and get the best Respt Beverly Broaddus finpnth PrracbersvlleKy tr Stray Hog vV fr A sow weighing about 150 pounds ame to my place some time ago land as Birice been sared for by me Owner cnn have same by describing and pay injrclmrges r JH Gentry Richmond Ky tf For Sale We have for site some fine thorough tyred Pd nd China boss yflr Ber vice AlSO eleven helfenT afiaterweighing from 600 to 750 pounds 2t G JWbite dsBon i The Wrong Way is to buy a tot itforyou WALL PAPER ci II Smart Clothes for Gentlemen If Visit our Suit and get and buy A show new date J J s 1 FOR COUNTY JUDGE- s are anthoriied to announced J L IGos a candidate for Judge of Madison nunty subject to the action of the Demo ritie party We are anthoriied to announce Mr tt n- ACKEtVO1tfl a candidate for Judge o dtson subject to the action of tb 2mocratlc We are authorlzed to announce W S FISH a candidate for County Court Clerk of Madison countv subject uitbe aclion of the Democratic party AVe are authorized to announce R B RItILI a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action ot the Democratic party e are authorized lo announce SANFORD OLDHAM a candidate for Clerk of Madison County Court subject to the acUon of the mocratic party FOR SHERIFF V are authorized to announce Mr J H for Sheriff of MadlLLINS a a candIdate IOIi county subject to the action of the Demo rB A u are authorized to announce Mr B n LLION a candIdate for 8bfrlff of MadIson hgtl subject to the action of the Dumo tlic party We are authorized to announce H H COL tncanIId3tP for Sherllf Madison eDna subject to the action of the Democratic 3irty We are authorized tq announce Mr W M RtSLE a candidttte for SherIff of Madison fonnty sulject to the action of the Democratic tivty We are authorized to announce Mr DAVID McRORDas a candldatefor SheriKof a county subject to the action of the Demo trails FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MT T B fJ tUKEVP candIdate for Jailer ot Madl on- QIlty subject to the action of the Democratic are authwlzed to announce BUCK I JtlNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison iunly subject to the action of the Democratic rirty We are nnthoized to announce W JOE JAOEnS n randldate for Jailer of Madison vlatity subject to tie action of the Democratic ttty we are authorized to announce H C JONES ndirtate for of Madison county We are authorized to announce Mr N B IONES a candidate for Jaller of tadIson iounty subject 10 the action of the Democratlq- narty We are authorized to announce J C LA KEY a for Jailer qf Mfldirnn county subject to the action of e Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR fie are authorized to announce SHEliBYI tILOR a candidate for Assessor snblect to action of the Democratic eare authorized to announce 3 W Ji sters a candidate for assessor of Madison t nty to the action of tho Demo vatlc party We are authorized to announce C r EMBRY a candidate for Assessor of f Madison County subject to the ac on of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W F RMAN of Kingston Precinct a candidate jr Assessor f Madison county subject to the retlon of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J H MAU a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the of the Democratic party Cow Strayed from my place on nipht Nov 7thone pale red milch cow with white in flaukand white spot in forehead Liberal reward will bo paid for information leading to recovery N B Jones t Richmond Ky The New Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ad by the Natural Pure Food and other Drug opiatesorhrfu1 its8n safe remedy for children and adults by Stockton Hagan t t r J newsFallfamous house of Schloss Bros Co 11 AMenTo these we cordially invite your for we know that they are tII far superior to any other ready made clothes that money can buy and thatJbeing choice of the best dressed men in the largest cities of the land yxniOur and models in in every size You pay little or much but in every case will be certain in these unriviled pro fmoneybiyY V A Ladies Shoe jbefore seeing the beautiful styles we showing in QUEEN Shoes i You should see the new styles and V shoes we are showing in Wm Kneelands Fine Shoes for Men they are only 400and as good as 500 quality We can save IIladiesget our low prices WrapsSkirtsRichmopd Cloak Parlor our low prices the right UnderwearHoiserythe up to things Respectfully W D Oldham Co Announcements county part- yFORCOUNTYCLERK Mad party Jailer candidate partyI PIN Stray Thursday Purefoodand Tar L inspection the can youf Fine QUALITY handsome elsewhere youIf w w w w w v FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATRelleTe Indleestlon Sour Stomach Belching of Gtsita TCTHXD AT nK LAIOXATOKT Or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL1Ty1l Th tc 1 Yt JJ L= George MarischenFormerly with L B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over Vrhite Gibsons Phone J73 All Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited 4 The Christy Improved c4 Mixerr Machinestv For Mayonnaise Dressing Beating Eggs jg t Whipping Cream t THE RACKET STOKE Suit Bratton Props aSa p sq Wedding Presents thanthosoofLibbyHollow Ware from which most appropriate gifts and in keeping with ony purse may be selected All the novelties as well as stock de signs found in any up t date jewelry store can be seen When the wedding bells ring think with satisfaction that your gift cams fom L L E LANE J SecondStreet i For Sale A brand new parlor church organ al mafcbine10f articlesWillLB62 Winchester Ky Found- at Bobnesboro Saturday a ladles gold watch and lOb Owner can have same hy calling at this office identify jug watch and paying fur this notice if iii Itch cured in 30 miriutwby Wool Jnll8SoldJIain street Wanted To rent for one or two months a stronRreliablfl horse or horse and sur eyfor light riving only Saddress i Box 22 B FDNolI RichmondKy t P2TM1 I IrI1I e1 d 1 V oL f l JJi r 1r = TiiJ Y T i t 1 I i 7 1tJ t i I J rI I i z I Ii ff- irnl Ii Ii rn r- nrnrn Ii Je JjI Ii Ii 81 I Iii III III IIII 81 rn J Jiii1 Ii Ii i m jJJ m m m ffil IJ Thee Owen Mckee Dry frAJJs lIlJjdJ N7f JfJ1 S7fIfee J rl1 Silk and Ecru Net Shirt Waists I I factorsinI f us you are sure get tdlaJ uptodateJ81 staple WaIsts for fall and winter In Ecru OrIental Nets Black I I Silks Luzelue Silks in pastel shades with Medallions and IIMaltese Lace Trimmings LINENtat 5 cents fiiif Ii fE m Ii =rn frliJ 1m B lfrr rn 1m Im rn m rn m B I r Hri rirz j toe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 20 19071 UBtaSH EVERY w KUN K9D Y RT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Editor and Mgr orP rUE 100 PER IK ADVANCE =Do not delay your Christmas shopping until the last few days otheis will do that and if you do you are veryapt to Und yourself very nocom fortably one of a crowd Mr Bryan is willing to accept nomination for President but deheneither seek nor ask for it giving the whole party a voice in the selection terofNow watch the pie hunters from the Eleventh District fall upon the neck of Caleb Powers and weep onm blhi3Caleb Powers oes without hathewill be the next Congressman trom the Eleventh District is known to man who has at tenof imtiontion the Democrats will uet out of itat will be the amusement furnished by the sci amble of the Republicans from this district to ingratiate themselves anintoTimes The Shelbyville merchants as described elsewhere in tha Climax will begin in 1008 to collect their monthly Goods that are charged when accounts run a long time must necesitycost the purchaser con j ably mor6than if the cash were p t A ii w SOt ThidaXs is the same as cash sloanycredits means inability to collect the money frequently when it is neededI and frequently customers default altogether The consequence is t latbeen the merchant in selflefense mus1 charge more for his wares when knows that under no circumstances will he get his monsy if at all with in six monthsor a year It has been deemed therefore best for everybody fltosomthirtydayinto effect in Shelbyville the first of the coming ynar A committee w T appointed at the meeting tqrdraft necessary agreenyviTfoFtbe signature of the member of the association- S lJJ1 nard Merrill Co must iy the county of Anderson 10000 Iewho cause they sold school books Anderson county for more than t sold the same books in Alabama The Court of Appeals hold that the judgement of 10000 should be UTthr held as there was no question about the fmts having been proven The principal point decided was to whether Shelby or Anderson county should recover on the bond of the company A suit was filed in Anderson county to recover under the c 11atract which provided that books musttJ be sold for no more than theyare sold in for in other States It was alleged and proved that Reeds Words Lessons had been sold in Anderson county fOI wliI1tsametwenty e ts The jury gave a diet of 10 000 and an appeal va taken A similar suit was filed Shelby fountyon the same bond t was given to cover Anderson countyow Jand a verdict and judgement secured The court holds that Anderson County takes precedence and is en titled to recover on the bond whichel is exhausted when the judgement IsM MapaidorcountyThe suit was brought In Anderson cor county in the name of the cou superintendent of the schools M RoaL ChowningwoThe ladies of the Catholic chu rchA will bate a court day dinner in thttlMcKee store room on main street Dec all wil2ndDeafness Cannot be Cured bv local application as they ens1110T cillread0There is only one way to cure deafness arid that is by constitutional remedies leafnes is caused by an inflamed con dltionof the mucus lining of the Eus the r t efiyiRrBueJ When this tube is in with jliea rumbling ward sounden lWJ Berfect baring and when ic le the resultnnd and jSl 3tietiiiflaDQation can be taken OUI and analni8iube restored to its normal After condition hearing will be destroyed time forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the rauc Piano cous surfaces We will give One Hun dred Dollars for any case ot deafness Talk caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by HallsCatarrh Cure Send for Piano irculars free F J Cheney IL Co Toledo 0 Sold by all drugglsts 75 Son cents Take Halls Family PiHa for Ol tCuronIt1patiOU cU a Jt My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish ftI give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hairfood yoticaiIbuy It gives new hair bulbs You save vh getrnoreADclean and healthy Tho best kinof a testimonial Sold over sixty years Made uMaa11Allo uers SARSUARILLA PILLS ciitcar PECTORAL theSome of the Republicans are blam ing Hager with the recent Democratic feat charging that he made a great mi Jolistakewo Chuldexpired The Republicans were over anxious to get at the moneyint Whatever other effects the tnic livaybutowPe whrhapsve rid of it Hereafter ma parnyou must not demand the abolition tariff outrages since if you do you peril prosperity will bo laughed The way is at last open to attack thquestion of protection duties in statesmanlike fashion without hav In togd idolatrous ignorance whicn have for years made it dillicult to deal v the tariff like rational menExCa Great Convention Held by the illsSuffragists Here thThat interest in womens suffrage Isof here as everywhere else Cwas evidenced by the twoimmanee- cr teaden riitf1 rrpJ t rfThe principal speaker on these occaS ns was the renowned orator andIJ pre lyachermoth Mass Her addresses have been dec thelaredand conservative ones at that to have the finest public utterences ever hoard in their whole lives which is an heectimate not two extravagant since s great leader of suffragists is the truly elect among thousands of the most gifted and eloquent women of all America The local organization made no of e of our leading ladies entertained visitois in becoming fashion and tie y should feel gratified with the Jheme russ It is appropriate to reprint the ex pre ssions of several prominent citizen of hava opinions on the subject of Insuffrage either school or unlimited nlIYHON A J SULLIVANS POSITION Hon J heneeson footcounty 01IthelSvote beroftio loadusMR NOLANDS POSITION were proud of our Madison coun men when they spoke out so strongly the favorof school suffrage for women Mr John Noland superintendent of schools said For my part I would cop not only acknowledge your right to do By atyou can and inSist upon your Wil ng it in the matter of improving AIrf1istlIcotcommon alth and theirrightto vote at schooled elections of The Womans Equal Rights Asaocl ilion of Kentucky adjourned afer ra cting officers as follows President S Laura Clay vice presidents Las ry B Clay first Mrs M C Cram tiers second Mrs M C McLaughlin the rd treasurer Mrs I H Sheppe rdM VirgrkRoebuck superintendent press rk Mrs Obencham ginAt he will not again preach for pay congregatlCecilian Club Notes SeheKfJday ElIdDeprogramthe great American composer EdaMcDonald who as a bright mu ar- ricallight shone for so brief a period whose pitiable condition of mind body is loss to the musical world an hour of business during which IJs Scanlon and Miss Nimas were elected members of the Club the fol lowing program was rendered the Duet Neviu Mrs W G White afte Mrs W S Oldham tucky on McDowellMrs Hugh McLel In- menlao Solo To A Wild Rose McDow A- lelMrs G W Pickels gBlue Bell and Daisy=Mrs W S dham rentEirents Mrs Eyang h 1cNow established in their new quarters in cOI1Jlcrith their present store announce a most A 1gg Women s amfii tl en S G tislAJJ jw OWEN jcffEE1- ClJ wJi1 r Wi r t J rThe First Settlers At BoonesboroughI LexlntonHeraldThe erectiou recently of monument al stone at Boonesborough to perpetu pioneerswhohas caused a revival of interest in the maybeas onetimea thefort totcourse can never be made I submit herewith the havebeeuwblchBonnelborough established belvilleiroovercousin LeonardHenly Bull ck James HoJg a Da thvidHa of ttWestmorlaudnstone These men bought of the erokee Indians all that portion ol riv cineraudo an Independent colony to be called Transylvania All of these men ed plynoneich established the first fort there Boone Start On March 10 1775 A ty of thirty men employed by the Dai byiielmounted and accompanied by severalnegro Slaves and their packhorses and hunting dogs I have been able BO tarIto recover the following 25 names otI members of thjs party of thirty ir lenliam wit Daniel Boone Squire Boo noIIsr ael Boone George Boone Richard thCallaway and life son Flanders Ca IlaIty natives of Caroline county coNJohnHartthe same country Thos McDowell James McPheeters Sam Tate and son whose name is not given Wm Bush Oraag83OUIltyVaBartlett m JIlI1r UkttN o rCb ner and John McMillan killed I Richmond TATKS CREEK O 1779ntown of Richmond Ky now stands this party was attacked Indians and Wm Twetty and negro man were killed and Fe Walker was severly wounded Two nights later while in camp they were again attacked and Thos McDowell and Joseph McPbeeters were killed and scalped The others stampeded and escaped by running barefooted through the snow Samuel Tate waded down a stream to hide his tracks and from that day to this that stream has n known as Tate Creek On April 1 1775 the party now about twentyfive strong men react their objective point near the mouth Otter creek on the Kentucky river and from that day the Boo flesborough dates foundationcry JaOn March20 1775 Colonel Richard tor derson following closely inset the ntepB of Boono and Callawav EastInessee Boonesborough accom panied by forty riflemen quito a ne 1thSte ofnegrollllves and a train of wairons Wiledwould be useful and necessary in the isolated backwoods log capital of his Cou empire The names of twenty one 01 men who accompanied him are known towit Nathaniel Hart David Hart Thomas Hart and John Luttri all roprieters with himself of the Tran Ivania Company Samuel Henderson iricliamtyAhrahamth Cfltt with Robert Whit ledge se lust lIvi from Prince William oman uty Va Robert McAfee Samuel Jim fee John Farrar sometimes spell Farrow Colonel Thomas Slaughter Virginia Jesse Benton Captain John out pIsGessSOME SUBSEQUENT SETTLERSJ There is record of the following set son having reached Booneeborongh onles dates named towit Bayinia Joseph Drake May 15 1775 Captain John Bowman Captain William Moore fhlgmlatilUJMayCalmesRJII JotMissptember 26 1775 Mrs Richard Oal she y Misses Elizabeth Frances and iah Callaway William Pogue his Ann Pogue and his daughter betii Pogue and Barney Stagner cember 1 1775 Colonel John Wil It is a Nathaniel Henderson and Rich Harrison December 177fi andthe following are mentioned as then living in the Sort Colonel Campbell Sauuders born umnneyinjyjHtattouedTransylvania I ionIrwardsfather January 1777 Simon Kenton is Orange offl9ril24ed aadJohnfourDecembert r l Im IIIW W COURT DECIDED IN lliSVORi Cooper Fought to Retain For Which Has Made a Fortunfi L T Cooper the man who believes that 90 per cent of all ill health ot this generation is caused by stomAch trouble is fast winning a national faith in his theory His claim is now admitted by a surprising number W lIho le throughout thS country in4 he dnyWhUa Ibwi6 could pipduce d formula that ltCDagot hold of this formula I knew with tnduDiscoveryIlUl overUover it which I won in the courts When it was settled The Cooper Medl Inthecine The preparation has sold like IJIaTObecause it puts the stomach in shape then nature does the rest There are any number of complaints never before associated with stomach trouble that the medicine has Alleviated In thousands of cases of Virginia arrived In July 1778 Stephen Hancock escaped prisoner from the Indians Chlllicothereached the fort Also VIii Buchanon and William Hancoc areFebruarymentioned as at tlmo living in the Benjamin Whle Je ae Peak aJames Anthon 1II Cnrtwrigli Robert Cartwright flIrlre Madden Nicholas Anderson J im Harper P Harper William Jolmson WIiki George Edward Hall WIlliam Hal John Keller Bdward Villlume JCH Old batn On June 19 1779 Captain John Hole ers eat to Coloobl John fi wraan i HlLtrodrlJtt then ibb mill i y com etororYMntj or nj1hIIa- esborogb rteo where the men lived stating that they were the men wb were on the late expedition in May against the Inuian towns nortl oftbeOhia It is the only roil of th ay111ItStimeIXCaptain John Holder Uriel Ark Thomas Bailey Bland Ballaid Join B3dlngtfJamesllirry ten John Butler John Callnway F Jab Collins Josiah CoilniR Wilil Collins John Constant Jaid Co William Combs Williun Cradlehaiigh John Duinpord jRinesE t ill Fdmu Ii Fear David Gesa Stnhen Hancock edWilliam Hancock Jihn Hawiat in William Hays Jesse Hodges Jeremiril Horn Robert Klrkhnai Samuel Kirk ham John LeeCiinrlHB Loklmrt Join McCoIlum William MiGee Rilph Alor William Morris James Perry Join ck Samuel Porter Nicholas Proc Reuben Proctor Peuiberton B lie Hugh Ross Bartlett S arcy Ri hen Searcy John South Sr Join oimrerTHomasarna JolinStephensi Heiioni VII DltnillWilcoxsonIn 1779iJoseph Doniphan of Stafford reac IIihedschool the first ever conducted Bjonesboro In 1780 the following are mentioned JacksonAbraLam captivltyon and Edw and Bulger Thl same vcar a famous and heroic colored Muuk E till the slave of inlet me us Bititl earned xtatitude all bymanufacturiuggniipowderatBoouea borough when the garrison was about of that article Monk Estill dls ed real bravery and heroism at battle of Etills Defeat efore 1781 Lemuel Searcy Ander Searcy William Seat cy and Char Searcy of Granville and Stokes counties N C and beiatne residents oo neaborotColonelNathanlel Kentuckyfhee honor is also claimed for a daugh lorRJlOdai Holder who was born early iny She bdiedliconesborough nearBoonesborouclaimed that he waatuu fist whi Iteo HendersonElizabeth Callaway his wife was undoubtedly the fist white child ever m Kontncky of parents who were lNrQinmay be pardoned I hope for menIng the fact that my great grand Rev James Quiser berry ofr countv Va be caw a resident ouesborough in 1783 nnd remain i there for the e tismiles from the fort in what is now k eoriaty Before he died he Was t r ir jfiI t II ht1otromarousing smith U ISCliB slon t s HiltInCooperhadyears with 11r nloch i consulted with doeto aniWk manr paleat medicine prejsaratVa tckult torwg sli d wretchedrap 1it iUor l tne- althtat couldhnrdlyeats and dancIngfs before my eyes I felt very bad anweak Then there was a very sore at at tho pit of my stomach that Beat let mo wild II heard about V Cooper medicine and decided to trj used four bot ties and the implement in my caso has been really wflerful My nerves have been qulctcd 4 I am eo much Improved thtZtg like a now woman 1 cannot syCo much for theso wonderful remeCj fer they havo made me well We sell tfeeVjoopar medicines and consider th HweH worth a trial by any one with chronic Btom ach trouble tSafltdiseases B IL Middj the father of fowl pfoar cliiMren ban 3 two wlvf but W lehe wanai H ranee at borough jla fatCflnllilltld of hit wife Jane BurrtintcenVerrv awl hi children Joy a J Ihullrll Qutsenberrtt Q sanherry an Qiifsenberr tint latter haviii e been born 1umiEfort in i7M Th iiht ay maternal great trrandpatenti W Chpnault nnl tel Elizabeth MudHngbhenault his wife on are carved anon ie mpm risl stoni hat was recentlyfeiected B mneh Albtrmrlcouutand settled 1eonijcIglit miteR fnii Boonesboroujjhonafarm LliatWillim nt r tK 9nl 1Lb1rouglia eei M was tUetutom witl parf3 RoUnUatBooneaborougli paving been regular y incorpurrttetl a Biown by the It gi iatjvtclonv flu election rus lipld on May 20 1776 fir the sete tioa of town truienmu the fihtowJweochosoi Squir ftSplllfIIIIdftiUIIinav 8 dsrmtltliehid ai RrIHJOnabrluChFOtat tow ti nrtlil in Ocu l r Iiihe Virgiiia11i8i1 hii lii IionvboroughThe town iruHtffK nnnninied imdi ills Ce141111flKiwoicBradleyellllloron UUhSaUl1 J tiiI nloon tine tirt perln11 KIIHtI hIIHwirIerrhlllIrplrntIJ himforanli but m a ngiecfed and a1 14inItfin Inure ltuSHiiy ititeristtil Jtiac B hud iiiiMmi concerning a nunjibr of he vtry firM settlers ol n Ihi Dr Hot OIl Dentist VIChristian SundayM Every ahhajii the Imicin trw of tin airisliaillhueh Eiukav ScIrty af8tuibi4 iiihcondu t serie- oiiif 615 untfi7otlotk 0 1it w4s YUig take pa I tl 1lie following or SiinaahIi w AvoIntir 111 rO tHtCJUS Spur eou WafteJtirougi an oichan i tieavlyIt had been drag ed to tho very earl I Iv time weikhtf fits own trta tins 1iaibeenIn another p j lof his walk he saw o a iosfroundhated trom the wpfves isxcupt tins ole backtoHere Is snot iar sad F3pureon Ruined by htajh ehes Surgeonmett myoungerdayI WtbroheavilyhadlyouUbavmg my 1m II fruitfmy JtU YQ1 i ait tit POI sions tor iiwas ripk1ies that ruined WLord more to be us p keepsbackThe IUd ivM jldTaImadgo who for a Btilng of Ie ft8 tnncli iprri tory as would iai it Susie IH wiser compared ito tlfs iMRB who for tuB iiiiikelsofeaftliMMr er8 heaven Ir is no sin Ii jlnab it we can be cli honestly twdKe thnm as an hon IOdt stewardfof ita pory an well Our own hiapp1nei4I iMh I had a i worthy4118a 1a11l8his f s l JiltIrJuIjttEi Poor Girls What next It is said that dnnciiig makes girls f jnt large It is said also that ice cream makes trickles Doctors are of the opinion that haneinK on the fro I t gate pirdncen rheumatism A few more opinions like these nnd the girls wont have any fun left the- mPERSONALS Mrs A C Scanlon was in Lexing ton last week Mr C L Taggart spa cit last w- eekpianWtC tl r r lianisburk last week i Miss FJorenoc Harkingof Winches ter is a student at the State Normal Mr John IVtnrs and daughter Miss Anna of Sharpsburg visited hero last week Mif Harriet 1arri h was hostess ot the Five Huudrod Club on Suturda atafternoonMrs Sallie Leeds of Texas is visiting Mr W L Leeds and family on Fourth street Mr and Airs N 1 Gay of Clark countv attended the ChenaultBatos wedding last week Mr Llndsnv linden who is ill with typhoid fever is reported as holding hi ownoDr J Addis m Smith wont to Cin cinnati last wetmk to attend the Broth hnod convention Mr L E Griggs antI wife of Mt Sterling attended the GnmstonIItid sun wedding nt College Hill last Thuisday fi8s Anna Le Hnugh of Chicago is the guest tf Miss Marie Harbor at Mr and Mrs Win Landlords t on High street Miss Sophia Wilson of Station Camp Estiil county is visiting Miss Katii Wilson at Molterly having ac companied her homo Mrs R C Stockton has boon visit ing in Vnrsiillo4 She assisted her niece Miss Mnnie Nichols at an elegant afternoon tea on last Friday Missus Laura Snpor and Margaet Wu I lane of Il rea and Miss Ann Snpr of Richmond visited Mrs J R Soptr last weekend attended the WardWest wedding Lancaster Rec ord Mr Gnnrv Frazier of Wiseman1 own who hns been critically ill is now on the rjtud to recovery and will soend the wlnl0r with his grandpa hec3r WIl o Silk Petticoats Reliability is our watchword in every departmentsbut particularly emphasiZed in the Silk Petticoat line asjhis is the brand of our skirt Silk We stand back ofhisifne and assure you c mpl tesatidfacttonMade of heavr quality rustling Taffeta m Silk with from 498 to 6 98 We carry the best line of staple atid fancy hosiery for botlrladies and children ij Red Mercerized Hose for children from to 14 years Ladies Lisle Hose in pinks and blues at 49c Fall and winter Undorwearjrom 25c frarment to 3 silk and wool vest and pants and time Forest Mills underwear extensively advertise in the leading magazines Ladies Outing Gowns extra full cut from 49c to149 mi- tf II m III m rn 1m rnr g rm fr1lI a 8 rn fjfri Fi1 m rn fJ1fi Irrli E sonIii piaphs and Records BL Middelton MoberlyMr Mrs Edmund P Rucker of Klkhort Indiana are guests at Mrs Morrltts Mr Rucker is an od newspaper man being editor of the Daily of Elkhart Miss Laura Schmidt who has been engaged as saleslady at the Owen Mc Kfe ry Goods Store has tendered her resignation much to the regret f numerous and acquaintances lion R J McKee was welcomed home on Saturday accompanied by Mrs MoKee The former is recover ing from long painful trouble that induced insomia which greatly delbilitated him It is hoped that McKee will speedily recover as there Is no moro progressive popular or useful county The following engraved invita ation has been receivad by friends of the groom who was popular and brilliant student of Central Univer ity in the early 90s His brother Rev Dr D M Sweets also attended college here Mrs Bernice It Martin requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of her daughter Dottscbka to Reverend Henry H Sweets on the evening of Wednesday time twentyseventh day of November- at seven clock At home Newbcrry South Carolina At home after the twentieth of December L 1215 Hepburn avenue 4 LoujyiIleKentuckyT r r 4ii J f I 2 a a o a a o o4 J LJL =g itIiITTk j i 1 1 J I 4 f s q u 4WSflhIlIIIMuULLJIIhIfl1 I + pp + Boys Healthful Clothes Interesting Safeguards of Every Kind Used in Making XtiagooD Suits Mothers are just as interested to know that their bdysclothes are made as carefully and under just as healthful conditions as their little girls clothes are made at home It Is for this reason so that mothers can be sure of the conditions under which their boys clothes were made hat Ederhelmer Stein Co the large makers of XtragooD boys clothes in Chicago place their XtragooD label on each suit This label guarantees that the materials used are just what they appear to be and what is claimed for them that the garments are made under the most healthful conditions because the model modern tailoring shops of Ederhoimer Stein Co are time finest of their kind in America They are new buildings built with windows on all sides so that the fresh air freely circulates and the sunshine penetrates even to the most remote corners of the workrooms which are kept clean with the most scrupulous care Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky Remember the nice dinner served by the ladies of the Catholic Church last court day and patronage then again OR Dwenatr cotfrt tf r Grand Opera NIGHT ONLY House pif D A Y NOV Z MEPHISTO Porter J- Whiters o W to A BL Asc to on His B L all who raf for any of to get a from him with his that if it dots not ion the for ra that in any way IIvn mei none that such cura live and no that can take its none that can he suit on a like hiil to the it cures is a and can be by KI that the most air cells in tlif nose and are by its III this way all are triP is and is air treat ment does not and the but M a that goes with Tbp way in B L his in the may be In but his is still in trim and he will not be A ten ped in a mans but how it to is still a J = i e y as Marguerite IS A ITH IS BY I f Special Scenery Carried t r The The the The the of Fire and the t i Stop LookJvListeh tSed Cook all Sup plies tOur terms are easy to suit the times and your credit is good Buy now Pay Later We SaVe You per cent for Cash Opposite Hotel Qlvndon t Invite Test Middelton Catarrh Sullerers Try Hyomcl Guarantee Middelton invites from form catarral troubles Hyomei outfit absolute guarantee give perfect satisfact money requestTheretarrh resembles aires quick results lasting eatjcfaction medicine place guarantee reimul money unless Catarrh germ disease cured only breathing Hyomei remote throat lungs reached antiseptic healing powers catarral germs killed irritated mucous membrane healed catarrh driven from theststem This wonderful medicated drug derange stomach breathed through little pocket inhaler every dollar outfit unusual which Middelton sells Hvomei attests confidence remedy Emperor Williams throat trouble writing hand good forgotten meteor weighing pounds New York yard found space itiysery Law ONE 20 drop laud Immortal Tragedy With Miss Olga Verne the beautiful California Actress I THE CHOIR MUSIC FEATURE PRODUCTION AND INDOIISED THE PULPIT All SEEc Fo Beautiful Gnnien Scene Monastory Monks Complete Electrical Effects With Rain Fatuous Broken Scene Wo this to he Firjt class or money second net I r 0 clr J ir1tPICg tg 1 9 jof1 i Ii71frnJi 15 = A 15 to Only 100 per Week Koom Suits Carpets RugstCouchestSafes Tables Chairs Stoves and Ranges Household Prices and 1 FAUST Goethes guarantee refundedufter 25c GENTS DAY From Parlor Kitchen Luman Higgins NOTE Headquarters forMachine Supplies Needles Bobbins ShuttLes Belts etc any machine i S t J 1 = F JJ1JwiII r t TifJilltL ifill d F r I iI l h BARGAINSWe have some special prices to offer on Iri now65creductiont Seethe Hammocks we now offer forJL50 they are the regular 225 and 2 grades Special Attention to Undertaking BENNETT and HIGGINS Successors to Crutcher Evans Telephones 73 467 538 574 Main Street farmersget Coke c froina4 Mg Peters Successor to W R Letcher Jr Coal Feed Lime EteOl thMainof Phone 42klm Pits apple vnsgir at PIg8 2m French Miesloii Bazaar on December 14th Versailles is to have a government building loDnLthMcKeeDr Landram the oculist will be atho the Hotel Glyndon on Wednesday Dec11 riThereon Sunday tuoruing and at College Hill on Sunday afternoonroThe friend who borrowed my buggy 00 will eamo to under rug signed at onceTIt J TVH Cobb 15 cents a day See advertise ment elsewhere diRatherIndiana widow has decided to Jo to pri In son showing that where the court has its nay a woman convinced against her willis of the same opinion tilitaS nce his confinement in the State penitentiary Curt Jett who is serving a life term for the murder of J B Mar cum has joined the church He hatve shown a religious inclination for some th time and has been studying the scripvl to rDr Hobson Dentist LaRichmond Renowned Surgeon Calleded Here Dr Joe Price of Philadelphia one of fe most renowned surgeons on earth th was here several days last week and the performed several operations be Returns to Richmondan Mr T J Rice and family have return tthia city to live Mr Rice WAFrl f nrh aitentfr the A at thlf in a bn of lute ban served in thf u raiwcity at NicholBsvllle He d 8am the titHes male vacant hitit r moral of Mr Charlie Patnst to iijn Mr RIIH and bin estimibl w if niive of Eatill County and v many friends here who weltI u bein hick 23 to Mr Dearingers Improve fur ments TIp Btreet comminsionnr did goo terkfrMsiu hut he should use stone inr lf tirt aa the Utter create F u li kiee in wet weather Ve ulldAItJ BKIKI the city cannot obtain fcreeninv of a a l a the rnilrotid COIIBHIIIB the en tirM snppiv Why not try gravel a4 nt of Fran k t r h To Practice Here or Hr V H Hohson liaR decided pr8ctice p dentistry in this city and has hs offlee wib fr F ed Smith in tliim H benti hniidiuz next 0 Cutm Housr Dr Hohson lisa life mining interesti in Mexico hut he prefers to live in Ri MHII II IhiB eHtitnahlft f mij miiv fiitiii h re who will rt IId ID know tliatihirt decision on tilt t iiitiA tMninlldoctor menus thatI Itcq to IKrtJfijfo arid their return fans maih townf commnnltyI Road Overseers Attention Road overseers wilt do well to take advantage of good weather and do whatever they can for the Improvement of the county roads before to do so b cornea impossible Quito a lot of tin money that was appropriated for some oithe roads has not been expended while on others all and more than was appropriated has been spent With cooperation on the part of those who live along the roads lAnd the money that is yet available considera ble work may bedone before extremely bad weather sos inHe1hy Record Wood for Sale I have for sain cheap a lot of Cord RichmondWill lxnLY1mo Ky Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky Strayed To my place on November 6th one black mare weanling calf Owner payingllFrank E Shlfflot u Richmond Ky Change In PictoriumOwn ership Mr John Mer hon has purchased ElecieIhpatfeoutfltafld Hart and Frank Smith in charge same Mr Laws found business in toIPaveRichmonds most popular and best novn men and his friends wish him uch success in his undertaking Many Unauthorized Signa tures to PetitionCSince sending out the supplement with orr last issue which contained the mines of the supposed sieners of tilt cal option petition that was put into c e hands of Judge Tnrpin several of ur citizens have come to us to find out w their names came to be on fame we can say is that the names in the printed petition were taken from thlC ginal petition in the hands of the onnty Judge at the time and since c ublication of the names it has been und that many of the names were n8Berea News rying to Head Madison Off Last week the Climax suggested hat the buildings representing tooncsboro Fort at the Jamestown Exposition be moved to the site of e old Fort on the Kentucky riv ry this county And here conies wealthy bnt wideawake gentleman who wants the whole show for im- lt Will Judge Benton let thjfs opF ortunity slip by to bring the ngs to which so much was con ribnted by Clark and Madison to the ry spot where of all places otjeartty ey belong A telegram fron nll lleMonday says Fort Boonesboro the Kentucky building at the Jamestown Exposition wanted by a prominent Louisville an for a residence and be has o1IerI to buy it from the Kentucky Commission He has made a formal pro oosition and it will be considered bye members of the commission Ift offer is accepted the buildiug will removed from Jamestown to Louis ville at the close of the EpositlonI d It will occupy one 10m est residence sites in Louisville ho name of the Louisville man makr g the offer has not been di closedI but it is said that the offer is1 bonai ride one and will be given considera on Book Reception- A hook reception will he given ate Elks Club room Suturdny Nov from 2 to 4 oclock the Purpose to secure books for a circulating library thn connty schools Every one ie cordially invited to this reception special notice having been sent otilyto achers in the county and town here will he on display 125 nature studies which will te Rent with the ooka to the schools Below la a list hooks especially desired Uncle Remus Jungle Book aty Scotts and Coopers books Ivan ii and ILIct tt the tohicanlj pre frreelh Evan eli lie qjiawatha the complete works of Longfellow Whittlers Poems Carpenter Geogra ial R aders publishid by the Book To King Arthur byURand McNally CI Dickens Ir on thr masIHearth Tales IIomHuf rt vi hllillGaIl arlll b ReboCCS of Sunny Kate nouKlM Wiggin Arabia- lItghts Robinson O usoe Stories for Little AmenAmericansf Great cans bv Edward Eg leton Peabody old Greek Soricto BlHckBeauty Tales from Shakesleare Stories Invention by Edward Everitt Hahi Treasure IslaDd Ramona Aesop by John BU Tales Sharp Eyes Biography of Lincoln roughe Wasblng10n Mrs Ewings Stories aI Id bookB of Biography and Adven- any BO Poems and Fairy Tales mayPersonsselect any they pleasO remem IODd girls Is from ol boysschool agethe If something is not suitable to hOOIU it is to tho fath er the puptla perhaps and mother on real estate 15 We not only can 10anlUoney but ii security anti purchue real estate poer prefer to do ei Administrator Trustee p WdaJt M ExecutQr Guardian etc for 3 per annum 1 rKeut a dafety Vault Box Your patronage Invited c State Bank Bank Trust Co idea the has may trom the act that Arm for feec for the pat was less one time S2o each for the court The lodpe has for than two and for all the state vears ago Nov in will hiS that ill 110 by hst gIrl the with the some way One and ten this date vou will the the the you this next J9th will tiny tho the this one cares the sick and day has been ever the and and big liar the EBO list will serve com will be the cesve all and any wih Mr and Mal were the the and 1Itv 1tms Jh the and will take the best and live for was the- s the old will best and the who and The Mr his the the one her best who was old had for more but late been and waswas his andwas for his his men He his who her her the man the the his were the this the 9th aul tt THAT ENTON SUIT OR OYERCOAT I ReIiaftI Brand js the Buyers Guide plotrawoud mowing machine without or judgment buying or Overcoat behind Kentontthe nothing clothing clothing from materials carefully handtailored craftsmen Kenton clothing freshness through longest Kpfitoh alliReady superb shewing falland Overcoats JimgKenton Suits Oveiiqoats inCasI250 2500llStJier Suits and Coats 500o 1000 r If t Hanan 4ti 2 Sho s 2 I Finest of for men 0 Walk Over Shoes Without an equal at prke4Fine patents asj wellas good every leathers shapes f stylesI350 and 400 cITHE FOR t ii Another Local Option Failure Some of complete manner in which lawlessness been ftampod of Lancaster bp hat account of Police Judge otronc services in month than dollar Think of such achancft from oldtime ac counts of from to 7o month maintaining work been empty moro months Thin shows what cood officers can do speaks vohlmPIIw know terrible of affair otmore than a thousand Lancaster Record 151007 Fiftythree J908C There be fiftythree Sundays in years an occurrence not hanpen again in years This extra Sunday can be utilized RUf JngI nhnrch calling on your rearlt ng Scripture8plavinK children in a twoyearold or other hundred years from orohably bo paying penalty or enjoin pleasures of method to which choose to spend extra SundavIDonation Day For PattieA Clay Infirmary Tuesday NdV he nn nnrl donation at Fattiu Clay IiifirmHry Peihapn no chant ippealfl moretenilerly to Jenerl 1 public than which foi wounded Thin donation observed yearly since Infirmary started out iteiieroiif hearted people always been liberal in gifts where is a of things needed at tln Infirmary which as a guUh to those sending donations A mittee at to packages thing be most gratefully received Former Richmond Girl Weds rInSomerset Clarence Owens Miss jorie Glass married 1uetdiy night it resilience of parents on Main street In thepe ne of a Jew friends relativesxff ho contmcting parties ji brotheofjite Jicideolll in 7 TlSfy Iwi1l make their future honuin Okla horns where groom is business with them wishes of a largo circle of friendsSomerse Times fItev Glass family formerly here where many years he beloved pastor of Firsi Presbyter rian church Many friends eager to extend wishes con gratulations to bride remembered as a charming altrac- tive young woman Mr Charles Stapp Dies Afte Long Illness death of Charles tapp which- occurred Thursday night at hom- in Newby locality removes frnin county of known men- I Deceased sixty yeirs been ill than a year with Blights Disease only of han- he in a critical condition widely known admired f honorable traits of character long a merchant at Newby known upright square denling- with fellow is survived wife before marriage Miss Tommie Phelps In hour bereavement sympathy of friends is extended Funeral strYlces- were conducted morning home in country after which remains interred in Ri mond cemetery Little Love Stories j 0 Turpin of county IMr on to Miss Cornegie of Clark County 4 IIM r t MB A Few men buy a a brand a name to guide The same good should Ie used in a Suit Get one with a name the makers and seLers will stand In short look for label that appears on but the best made the best and by expert Fits and keeps its shape and the service Weve tried about all the good kinds and find the best of them with a of the newest winter Suits Top Coats and 4r= v5 alLY + the fine the the day all and i breaking A Infirmary re brJde in b happy Saturday li A Pretty Wedding at Colleg Hill IA nretty liomeweddiiiKwaB olpiyiizad It Tnnrsdav at thn residence r Mrs C Aniio Grinstead when her dnfiuhtpr Alire became the wirrt of Mr Ernest lIe prtjIenwas tractive ill Autumn doratIon and he bride WAS attired ida dnrV nlThtan and ha manv friends and nc1In rare Time groom is one of MotitA r lerys most prosrespive and enter Sept prOcPorter I Whites Description Of Hell f 19071 JuleesI tro ninrin of thundni Stmltl Ocugirlingincimalo behold tliedomonlikn form that belrh forth tin cutses of damna tion Mnphsto h Hv gOOd Doctor look see all this yon shall feel anil more yon shall know what it in to mock the pure anti innocent to niv ill thy nonl into my kfppilijr L S itami Iii loll cli the universe fear and trein blu 0 for the HOU of one wie man ii ilxnv on juilgonient laY though 1 rather fouls and my work is nnvei done With this night grows darker the tftorin raie the demons gather ii m iiliiglit ruolry anti ftirtw tIe 11111111r cu Iae aultl the Virgin Mary and do Fob h s bidclin from tLe throne of torment Ilien there iroinea a lull and all roam loali in a wreathing mass of fire with 18 chanting hldiMiusuc s and time lie curtain falls to hide from view tho re IU alrhomanv nceiits in Porter J Whites fa iin nmiIi0mm5ed1linre Is Riot one mitister of the ba gospel in this city that can preach n doriuon that will attain bettor resnitt than niil itIIIiWII bv the wi nwsiii ofaWhite aUtlt at Grand next FriUu udge Important te tHpgQtlsellmgWililS eNc ers In TiIIIThe Federal Court here Iilst week re ultnd in foityjeven men being con v jctetl lor making and selling wliike Mehisomduiity oouhrati sentenced to jail mouths and 100 fine lor boatleggiiig iu this clive Bruce was convicted on testiwoo rIfISlihllrletll1otd ibis city who who swore liiii he Morgan had in July sold Urn co whiskey and that the latter hau Morgaris serving out a Jing J4il seuteuce ol iDjui 300 days for fchng whirkej iew having been convicted on Bruce t e tII unoiiy in i he City Court two inoiuhs IJNw Morgan sweats Bruce Bolo lint same whi kuy to others Whet thieves fall out it is said honest fulfc will get their due Judge Culiran 4 e aru told decided a point thai ought llt 4 Uiminish the trade In Witiclieaier II oziIitreito He tliu delight ot those who want whiike was auk here but disgubting those WI Rant local option to be a real hiicess by judge Cochran hellS that a Jubel w wan 01 one who heretofore has had only of plead he was agent without corn penm a inn for others was guilty of Bulling if ho did rot prove the same by Ulri par at ties to whom he delivered the smfl free Hereafter if this decision IB fol ihlchpublicly confess they have used means to obtain their wet goods Judge Cochrans attitude has met with washo are concerned about the integrity of ths local option law H s M IrI ct rHeavy Footweari Fv II Big stockof old fashioned round leg boots in l t eliLfding the C B Special and Hartford brands and all the best things in Lace Boots jBjfkrtees and High Top Shoest Rubber and FIt Boots and Overshoes Buy now and be lire idy when the snow falls 1 I STORE QUALITY J tt J J tt Sundays them Rain Cochran J L Local ption Ruining Clarksville Too rClt of Clarksville Police Dept t J E Robinson ChIef sf fj jfe Clarksville Teun Nov 13 1907 K WllodH May6rIf1itLUKy iesrSir1 recegejlwurcatil which gives a line report of the result of ohmitimtioim in voiircity Micunoted with a groat deal of internet I also ovitI it It dswiti is my next door nalJhbor and friend Bluw viii Ctill ID t I rB BU clfl Ltit3otfl tl4tp of hp work doio ot9it1u iuccjtitiber and ibbei1DGUwitiii- skey to same months of 1907 under prohibition 6 Jlaigly iiuniei61imrkts mmust t ftc 112 370 ly numbe of arrests 39 Anleust 31 pt t 25 ri 12S lVOGNnmb It11i8tJJnlY AnJust September 00tl006 1007 J 1007 is bott bvviiy thhn U was wits whiskey hero T do not know wellIn home for reimtiitVttt two gure IIOIIHHS Our population is about 000 A large ImiwurbtLfflu1nteiI IWO of which your uncle is Chiiticollor u v sp t J E U jbinson Chief of Iolico James Wesley l juguley rmi subject of tliissske ch was born I 1840 hit WhSlhftWvof Jacob mid Fiorina lIn uelYtbe filth ehlliluf a fmimuIvSept2 he joined the e trmy tir8t tsllllhted immtlj i3iE1ukos HeJillel1t of wtkhi A rlbJjf was iii n II wa afterwt rtls tratJ fer1 to Col Wallet A 11 h Ky Cavalry Oinnany H iitIm JIH CtieiiHtilt was n side captain July 4th 16U3 Huguel r was wound at the Green Rive Brfc izejh whiclm- ttle both Unl Chehau It and Capt rrlbbl were killed Mr gtmeIv waB- Iftkpn from the battle fielU to lamp Morton Ind as prisoner Soon after riIe these priBoners weriy being trans erred to Camp Uouglna c Iwhen Mr- ugtieJm amid Peter 9rf icli made R J8ll leaplth lJ tr4SIrEIii an ld A volley ottiul fr tim uaril lIre away thearmoHfr Oroucim- uiitr npeuding a fewdays igmumly was advipedbyl tfs father to id give himreturn to Camp DcuglaBa elt up Acting on fthis advic he Jid io hut did not rem mIn Iopt as prisoner He hriled the KUftrdHand lid J nines Shearer bade tl dieb to timp DOUGHS Hi spent about il a year Bleektllrldge ettiIitY and wae Hgrtiu pur uMl into Illh wSfhere runaIJltd uutll timo cIosiLofthe war ftlnillg lnilli ill Jnnet35- Ii Sm1temuber 18135 i 9i 1Jd i th C unli ol Irafph City lie setvtthihmatctimgiIlll liiuutj uti in deacon forvay iimruimbui Jye ami ihcn tiimmrcjrg3IIiZ t BtJJ1 o ii S is 4t1J w inwhfi capacityuiaue nn elilr erved tlthully uutiluilli No- Lt 18J7i r ff M iimmuelYwjuLidlI Lu lirsi Mrv J L 12t- 181i7lm KUo1l smmmbuiy i9reI 29 1tJ71 lie Waif unIJIiICShearer Iv JIIr JI al 18 80 rvived by this i I aulofliI- I icrirti W A 1Xtlh3hit w1 dataIm br y JHeriI JjhH to Iy miL tWfI rwt lUll Mrs Ma 1 riJrall tniaeuuity 4 Wr hiiiOr toalay 1hfliry of departti soldier JoM heard fun1 roll cail gaontyfrmilsw VhO kallied ear that hereThe a coifl et greitcrrtikattthat of the- ch COB was before him For more th forty years he vahiintijhiled sword of the splrJt ri t lo- serviCO in the Kingdom ojJhit t hosts of satan feltn t pOWOrS and thom t jPrlVi ri 1il 1 k 0 Amount of flues 657 5os- as 699 761 Total 2516 Amount of fines f803 t 811 t te 20S 381 Sl70J Business of cfulty i Cnenanl atlhome l Curistat t 18 tigethe Vinyttrd ot the Lord found in him a wise counselor a trustworthy leader uI a syiiipftthic friend He dealt with things pertaining to the Masters cause aa cinscieritioiiBly as any man ofour acquaintance lIe was a uiau of strong religions convictions and in this oftl Bible epeuks we speak Where the Bible is silent we are silent lit never biirifiidfred these convictions The burden of the church were the burdeiiA ol hm heart Beluga man ol great energy and ofgreat executive ability he ulecharged the duties that fell upon him with a zeal rarely equal ed Next in his heart to the church was his home and the hospitality which d ha 4h Idelk Jha home bee came proverbial It eu ihyprl vjle e lo Itvu in Ins home for 10 years laud during that time he never spoke an tin kind word to me Never a word of censure for my folly or the mistakes that I made Always a loving indul a 1ent luubiiud amid father ned a trot he land sympathetic friend No one cam estimate the toss to the church and in community and only the bereaved family can realize what a sad blow has ie been struck by the grim reaper But it is indeed sweet to know that many madethin him and loved him o W A BAXTER l Kyd111Elks Memorial- i The anuual Elks Memorial Day will v flU thid year on December 1st Rev Hutih McKellan pastor ot the First dihl ie ourpeopleC sLlresbyterjit I w ij beiiiK arranged for the occasion It IFine Position For Mr John vi Speed Smith Mr John Speed Smith who has beentIe citime31eir Nalyt t igantheheigngfijeniisJ E field i 1 Underwear All the good things here in Underwear includingi n 5Derbyshrink and our Royal Silk Plush the most com = fortable arid luxurious underwear madeas warm skinPrices50c to 150 r COVINteTON AND BANKS JttJJJ tillI ddress of MrsRoark Chair man of Educational Com ofFWCof Ky MVp IL N Roark spoke on the work The Kentucky Federation of Womans OlubsUs doing for education She refer red to the good work done in the past year by the women in getting the wome dorrnltC1lrnt tat Oollt alid introducing DomBtic Science there and in Louisville Girli High School in encouraging the establishment of libra ries and in placing books and pictures in many schools throughout Kentucky Ihme club women have recently realized that since eighty seven per cent of all children of school ago in this State live in the country if we raise the educational status of our State we must begin with the rural schools and make them so attractive so efficient that the attendance will be increased the term lengthened To do this prblic interest must be awakened People mugt be brought to realize their personal responsibility in the childhood of the State The Educational Committee of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs has been actively at work organizing School Improvement Leagues They have hud tho hearty cooperation of County Superintendents arid already w ric has been started in thirty our counties The two branches Methodists the Northern Presbyterians and the Christians at their recent State meetings heartily endorsed the work and pledged their cooperation Dr Irene T Myers in charge of the Press Bureau of the Committee is send ing out articleH on education to one hundred and Heventysix newspapers weekly A number of educational ral lies have been held over the state and the and interest in school betterment is greater than it has ever been before in our state Mrs Roark toM of time work done in various Southern states through the School Improvement League and urged that the children be organized into Junior School Improvement Leagues Sue quoted fiom Dr Niche The ignominy of our illiteracy is not so great as the ignominy of our ignorance of it and our indifference it Swapping Party Something New and Novel The Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church has extended general and cordial invitations to the people of this city old and young to attend a swapping party on Friday evening November 15th in the parlors beingfromten cents will be charged at the door which sum will entitle one to the refreshments sandwiches and tea Each guest is requested to bring an article neatly wrapped which must be traded gucstduringtheeveninrIu than another then the ladies must agree on the boot to be paid A royal time and lots of fun is in store and everybody irrespective of churches or age is invited to attend this party Court Day Dinner The oourt day dinner given bv the ladies of the Catholic church in ia McKee store room on Nov 4 was so successful that the ladies of that church have decided to have another dinner at the same stand on December court day Meals will be served fro- mllamto7p m tf 7Fo8 mm WHY JAYE HOLES YOUR SOCKS Wear Socks which frinopBut wonderfully has the new 71 Construction TOE HEEL Which 1 IiMerchants Old ways of doing business are helium abandoned and new ways are being adopted The Business Mens Associa tion of Shelbyville have been consider ing the advisability for some time past of adopting the motto short credit makes long friends and at their meet jug last night determined to dose Time fact thata number of people who got into htbe habit in the long aga of considering January 1st and July 1st as days have made matters bad for the progressive upto date merchant who believes in small profits and a frequent turnover of his capitalOne merchant said If we can sell for cash or on thirty days to people who will pay we can sell at much lower prices than Louisville irer chantB and carry larger and more va wasIIthemselves and encouraging the home carrybetter4 m i m IN w rf 9 f t wont wear out 0 true there is a new sock 5f uIIb which seems to V ITiiI earrorever rIt 3 Gives Tuesday settling promptly 71 s4 r t Strength where Strength is Needed 4 Iou are troubled with holes in o the toes of your socks we have the article you want A fine texture JIclosefitting silkfinish sock for 25c Cel tainly won derful value RICE ARNOLD The One Price Housa 7 I 71 V j 717F V 7F f 7- TJ- i 1 r LJI I tt f j J 4 J f r J I sTI I 4 z zz I aI i21 ii t vjiVff I J d J i J S 4I 1 4t I i tII ri 4 ii- I J i rT r LjjI e T- the WorldRe ow ed and Only Absolute Smoke Consuming Stove on Earth THE WONDER OF THE AGE The Hot Blast irTghtEPatented June 13 1899 1 atent Sustained by U S Oircuit Court July 5 1905 Patent Sustained hy U S Circuit Court of Appeals 3Jarch 6 1906 Beware oJ imitations and unscrupulous people who claim to have a stove like or just as ence caz you t JfSMOKE NO SOOT NO DIRT NO CLINKERS r EVERYTHING IS CONSUMED At the end of a seasons use with soft coal there will be no soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jointlessJpgTjOttoTO and hare witli full radiation and large jib prn that IP on theinznketor has ever been inadd in the history of thu stove industry Jhc joint lejr bottom and base makes the Move air ticht below the i rnte winch is the only true the keeping principle lllwperhenly The lint Hlast AirTight Florence Mii heat twice the space unit can be heated hy anv other stove on earth at onehalf the cost wJI nl peretjlor heater that f er Ah leatuue are patented an 3 no etove manufacturer dewier or UFer an copy or iieFam for seventeen ellr from date of pntenf without incurring liability for nu action fcr damages FLORENCE outcsmall slack slack hard THE AIRTIGHT FLORENCE burns slack all smoko gases filling pipe No inside outside house burn hard all gases from wood saw dry produce one ashes other earth kind leave clinkers consumed FOR SALE BY flouglas ilnl11ons Huffliho 1907 i908 i Fall and Winte- rMILLINERY I t 1 POWERS EN6LH John G Taylor Building Main Street Richmond IL We Have For Sale of the prettiest building lots the city lotated on High street This is the only left this part of you want buy in the most desirable part of Richmond come and purchase this lot It will not remain the market always The is 71 feet front by 240 deep The price is right We have 800 as fine coal as be found Kentucky The owneititier sell for cash or trade for a farnu Kyou want be a coal operator hytf chance Coal land is advancing price every day Why not trade for this property and let it ay and a few years it will make you rich The pro perty referred is located Bell county and is un derlaid with the same kind coal you are burning your grates Come and let us tell you about We want immediately seven farms ranging price from 12000 25000 Theymust be good and well located Improvements must be good We positively haTe the buyers if you have the property sell Ihe Richmond Ra1 Estate 6n Incorporated Phone 280 Office Oldham Building YourOpen a I tJ when buying your Groceries Of course you want j- S the best and the way to get them Ring 223 We can supply table what precise1y pleases feedfreasonable pric- esSEWELL and McKINNEY New QuartersWe apeestablished quarters the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever care for skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables season Thurman Grocery i J J to f d 4 L f 2 a If thoFLORENCE is operated ac cording to directions The No 21 will heat room all winter with 2 of slack orlutnpcoalThe Or No 23 srill 2 2itunsTha No 61 or No 25 will heatSor 4 rooms all winter 3 tans of or lump coal The No 53 or 27 heat 5 oflumporThe 55 will heat a large store cr school room wittrC tons of otlump coat For a church less coal will be required Will burn a ton Ipssof coul than a hard coal B me Burner of the same size and heat twice the space HO BLAST soft coat or and the and No up Df the stove or flue with soot dirt or It will coal and the which escape the hard coal base burner It will burn or dust wet or It will half less than any stove on with any of fuel and no or half fuel Ky one in lot in town If to oh lot acres of land to in to az in in to in of in in it in to to 1 is to jour with c in our new in to your in A one tons heat with No will No the English Spavin Liniment removes Hard Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes frcm horses also Blood RingBoneCoughs etc Save O by use of one bottle A wonderful Blemish Cure Sold by Perry Thomas druggists 21 Main street The Companion as a Christ mas Gift Nobody is too young nobody is too old to enjoy reading TUE YOUTUS COMPANION For that reason It nukes one 01 the most appropriate of Christmas gifts one of the few whose actual worth far outweighs the Cost Welcome as the caper Inay be to the casual reader on the train at the oce in the public library It is after all the paper of the hooie The regularity and frequency of its visits the cordial sincere ty of its tone make for it noon the place of a familiar friend in the house Like a good friend too it stands al ways for those traits and qualities which are typified In the ideal home and are the sources of a nations health and true prosperity Is there another Christmas present costing so little that equals it On receipt of 175 the yearly subscription price the publishers send to the new subscriber all the remaining iwiues of TUG YOUTHS COMPANION for 1907 and the FearLeaf Hanging Cal endar tor IOCS in full color Full illustrated Announcement of the new volume for 1903 will be sent with sample copies f the paper to any ad dress free THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Australian jewelers rent engagement rings to their customers THE fARM R PAYS Our Tax System Has Increased His BUrdenI Figures That Show Farm Property Pays More Than Itt Fair Pro portion of State Revenue When the last constitutional con tention in Kentucky drew up the pros tnt organic law ot the state It found existing throughout the state a gen eral feeling of dissatisfaction becausft through the faulty administration of tho old rev nue law one exemption after another had crept In until tho old system was full of Iae tuallU5it The convention desired to peftect a tax system which U beUeVed would secure absolute uniformity lit the but den ot taxes It therefore inserted la the constitution section ii tfhlcn says that taxe shall bfc Uniform upon all clasae of pfclt1wlthn the tor titorlal limits of the authority levying the tax This was done In the belief that uniformity of method would pro duce a uniformity of result and of bur denIt was urged In behalf of this proposed section that it was demanded In justice to the farmer in order that since his property was of a visible and tangible nature and Could not e8 cape assessment nil othdf property should be put In the 6 me boat No one over deputed that this ought to be dons The only dispute was RH to whether or not it could b i dotti by this nvothod It ws contended that certain classes of property which were of a kind that Gould botcealed would esCapS Risetlment and tajcallon If tha burden ot taxation But upon them was tOO hvft and that the result would be that the real es tate and such visible personal prdty erty as the farmer Uv6 stock and the merchants goods ani the hous holders turnlturd would bear an undue proportion of the urdenof rna Ing te public revenue- fitat the general pIt lai waa Imbedded in Qur Constitution and wo have been trying It harder than lover tor the sixteen years that have iapsed since the constitution was adopted and it has proved anything but uniform and has not served to distribute the burden of taxation equally Under this system a groat deal of property in our cities escapes taxation In spite of the activity ot auditors agents much of it Is not brought to light The consequence of this Is that an Unfair burden ot thft support ot the state taUt up6n those who own property that can tot be hidden away and these people art Chiefly the tanners The farmer pay more tax on idr sonal property in Proportion trastate than docs tho city man under tirti present system In the five coun ttes ia the state which contain all the cities of the first and second classes Jefferson Kenton Campbell Fay ette and McCracken tho assessed per tonality is 20 per cent ot the total ftLanayblfr2 fceir Seat Of all Vhe realty In the slate ud assess only 31 per cent of itte personalty The amount of money bonds accounts and similar personalty assessed by these counties is hss than 7 per cent of their total assessment In the rest of th slate Ute amount of such property allell e4 ia nearly 11 rjtIdoes not find it sb Mwy taeeaeMl his personal property ait he baa sot the incentive furnished by a high tax rate to conceal It In the county of Jefferson contain lug the city ot Louisville personalty Is 225 per cent of the total assess ment In Kenton county containing the city of Cevington personalty is 112 per cent ot tho total In Camp boll with the city of Newport it Id 16 per cent Fayetto county with Lexington does better Its personalty being 24 per cent of the total but It Is well known that the rural portions of Fayetto county Contain ad amouflt of wealth unusual in any agricultural communityOn hand take the follow ing counties which are distinctly agricultural and note hbw much iljllu In a little over three years REXALL Reme dies have become the most widely known and trustedmedicines in the worldhave scored the biggest success in the history of the drug business Why Because the most skilled pharmacists that can be employed make theni but jiot that alojtc Because they are basedon the prescriptions of the most successful physicians in the world but not that alone Because they represent the combined wisdom of over a thousand of the foremost retail druggists in this country of whichwe are onebut not that alone All these things have been indispensable They CUREthats why Every one of the three hundred REXALL Remedies is a tested and proved success for the particular ailment ft is designed to cure one for each human ill Theyre not cureails Not patent medicines eitherwell tell you the formula of any one of them if you want to know it We can hold up any REXALL Remedy be fore you and honestly sayuWe know what jmade of and allabout it It has cured thou sands It will curyou Our reputation the pos session of your goodwill our whole business existence depends on this REXALL Remedy giving satisfaction to you Isnt that whatjw want to buy rather than the sort for which can hold no in re wFuerrera esnraiy I r per cent Allen coutv tD 1erJnt Marion county iM per cent Adair county t er cent Knott County 3 er cent Monroe county L r cent Through the ntIrotiff4tho rilt generally holdsit114 ortho contrast Is not so rkod1fisceptIons will genierally b foufc Mlo unus UIl11y high va1uaIoA oftn1ands Who Pay the t U There is EtILlnCthrof asCet tAming that Uiioiese tem does not make tbing1easiottte fatmii For the year 1ath limSnt of the state divld itiih lows t Per Cent rrm lands if iT 43 Farmers personalty vCUVff jocilc Implements dt nJl 71 Moliey l ti ers 26 Total tor anns 52 r Town lots i v i l tl Town prSonaliii ThteI tt f F 1 t7 lnrryIig ttf nta k etc siriown in by farmers for atJonIolylat given fi by countteshaflWi6o larger than clW Inejfded and i small percentage Itthi S character of personalty gWcn yt b couflti6lehaving larger tdwi j lOt agricultural irbfe ui tuobAbyb are under rattferlHwp Iesrvtlsent boffranchise tax j whilt toSa c pays only about if liar jsmnt propertyI itite revenue 8y t 1deLlent by towniipcteeprbjr mQEey antti jnuOut T r edt by liII1C e er tent by otMr perSonalif tfih g Ilid 1tii uck r ftiat tile preselil- Iyileill blar pilI 9 himiEquivalent tdilOi cn The tax OnmIIiiS1Jthe stateM California io- operatofl b thu Itra property tax v on tanners liYbqt tate The taxes jpald b farmers in Call forum a are eqvaIenq4o ar income tax of 10 per cot lls is In contrast to many other pIe the taxc a lliiimlmufacturorB which amounjn1y per on Income Tl1t pewtonSi engaged tn agriculture iftr average yearly Income of 4ottoo pay 50 per capita per um The per sons engaged In manufactures with ott Is th had1th J bavo In Ken tubkyatld froififch tc legislature fkh afford without e bang ot tipn4tuLioii Commtssionerts Sale Citizens N- arIIi1 itk Puff rJool3ushNotl of Uity By virtae o jnil jmunt and order of salo 4hQladlllon Circuit i Court renierel term thereof I9tinaersigncd will o- nMonrckDec 2 1907tbetween th feojirfcot 10 oclock a m and 1O3OiI s 1u frotit ot tho Court Kybeing j expoM to to highest and heat 1o d p ijdI1J TiIIriiA ccrtal dJot of grotnd1 Kybeglunlng14I with HIll street 46 feet and 6 Inchis thence a straight llrp tnossinjj the branch to Mat Catoiyells line 215I thence vHh MKt I huipbells line iG tralgbtlinolot 46 feet aSa ii2lKis wide and 215 f 01eetOr a suaiciafiqunhtlty thereof to thiot 2535 TERMS5w bo made ona credit of ioittks The purchaser will be rcqarrwlllo give bond with approved s e for the payment of tbn purchase wqiiey to have the force legalIntesestlinn rfservedjufiM sid property until aU the purci s money Is paid T lIOINS M C M C C I r 94 Success Lies in Results tl What REXALL Has Done iI l rugsbut andexperience This sponsiblelb 870I uREALLRemedies are P FIR WES NIIT1 EUIOfi tonIcPyropiioiphate medratsdUeOilS to Ute nerx cells 5if condition In eai1ytakenThe ui 1 uaL nrrvetisa Ildcrooatot JCt ittja- nd ualuablo addittuw je thi3 lranhofmedldne and tifriuevti anifelT a more em Upooflbo5phltesitatHa a easily assimilated Ion rpf jI1Hch ne alkaloidsofmost all the functiwi sIwshc Wdy candLGOabcttIe JI KXMJL M w T6tX The famous Re3cili 5IIalrTonieIstcomposed in thief of JKi oitesorcineffective jtermkUIeFj lyell b science NalohCholwhich f onlydestroys andhealthrgennsPilocarpinis isstoring hair to Ks natiml cowr whero the of color Ms ewht tot Isease ordyemixedlthalcohol s1ptxolbIc3 3 lcxMLNLES The New iMJYt aIuatshSewest member It has never failoi Rexall Orderlal the virtues and none of toe LtteTSS laxatives areharrnlessvatjjlaa read justtaerit function no rrripinp n ing J1easant to tic give immediate relief t l1IMA trial will v that they an the best laartim fcf amrtic ever prescribed W- 10caboxaftW a box of HITHIS IEXALL GUARANTEE IS ON EVERY Pi4jE I a This preparation Is guaranteed to give satIfIt does not come back and get your money kiiio you and we want you 0 hive It PERRY THOMAS Divts LL The Store 1i u i s L to4 o Li tS 4 r y t L 7 r II I Home Treatment t HOG FEEDING Soy Beans Proved to Be a Valuable Adjunct to Corn An experiment In feeding a lot oft at the Purdue university station ads to these conclusions Boy beans proved to be a very vain le adjunct to corn being the most effi leat food tested Pigs fed a ration of one part soy eans to two putts corn produced two ud oncrtftu times as much gain In the same length of time as did those receiving corn only tt fftltilred 310 pounds of teed per 00 ot Jjaln where onethird of ttOOkIfi51otliig soy be the middlings and tankage rations the mount of fC4d required per iOO pounds stands bends tint oii nibmlUdlll1ts dullord 343 Innfiapd tthd tiJtii 830 pounds Cornnxeal alone was suown to beery Inefficient as a pork producer The pigs receiving a ration of one third soy bean meal and twothirds 4P Bor BEAN- Scornmcal produced 402 pounds gaIn A ation of onehalf mludllngs and one alt cornmeal produced 305 pounds gain OncsUth tankage and flveMxths cornmeal produced 348 pounds gain bile a ration of cornmeal produced only 183 pounds gain Stated in an other way cornmcal alone produced lest than onehalf the gala made by a of onethird soy beans and two corn onehalf as much as mid dlings null corn nnd but little more than onehalf as much as tankago and cornCornmoal alone Impalixkl the diges tive capit ltjr of thqrplgs as shown by tho toed consumed which was 320 tntls 1csth aaahny other lot con Jiii i1ro2 The longer tha ip gs were fed on corn alone the more Inefficient it became requiring 1214 pounds ot feed per 100 pounds during the last week of the test agdlust 500 pounds tho that week pouttdSCorumMI ape tites light bone deficient development in valuable portions of the carcass and Ii general stnt of tinthrlft as showd by the hair skid and hungry look of the animals the gains on pigs fed Under the conditions of this test cost 501 per 100 pounds where cornmeal alone was Used 344 with onehalf middlings 350 in the lot receiving twothirds cornmeal and onethird soy bend mtial nnd 371 where fivesixths corn odd onesixth digester tankago were fed Low Down Wagon There Is nothing on the farm that t find more handy than my low down wagon says a writer In New England Homestead I use It for all my road and turin work anti cannot suy anything but words of praise For load ing grain straw manure coal wood or in fact anything it far excels the old fashioned high wagon I use four inch tires with a brake anti Instead of tearing up the field It rolls It nUll causes lighter draft and little damage in fact none to n growing crop On the road It runs lighter than the high wheels in my estimation The sun and rains have no effect on a steel wheel thus saving binding of tires and ofttlmes a breakdown through dried wheels and loose tires All who have seen It admire It and think as I do It excels till high wood en wheels by far It will oufy be n short time until the old wooden high wheeled wagon will l e done away with Potato Scab A popular belief prevails that lime produces potato scab and that barn yard manure does the same thing anerro opinion because flOtftneJriucLiUttD film bctspores scab ThW scab fungus however thrives best In an alkaline soil and a Tieavy coat of barnyard manure or n dressing ofllmu causes the soil to become alkaline con seqpently If there arc spores of the fungus In a roll that has been treated with lime or a heavy dressing f barnyard manure the conditions of soil favor the growth of the scab ngus Kansas Farmer Size of Bolls Size of cotton bolls Is to be considered almost If not entirely In relation to cost of picking Of a variety of cotton of which fifty bolls weigh one pound a laborer might pick from one third to onehalf more In a given time than a variety of which It would require ninety boilS to weigh n pound orgla Experiment Station jj6O YEARS RIENCE pr TRADE MARKS 1 DESIGNS ym COPYRIGHTS cAnyone endtrig a skefrb and deecrtptlon may quickly ascertain onr opinion leo 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