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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u awp n R3 i f = iBJi St d L J C fHBiJ 1FCHMOND t CLIMAX 4 C f i VOLUME 36 7V f RICHMOND II MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 nH NUMBER 17 tlI WALL PAPER ROWERSAutumn Styles in Home Furnishings are now at their best beIounddepartment becausetheycialists in the art of interior furnishings 1 RUG DEPARTMENT 00aU seamed 2750 20 00 I seamed k u 2500 + 18 50 Wilton Vely 00aDRAPERY DEPAJRTJMENT x pairThreeSilkolineiper yard 10c 36 inch Muslin per Yard 12 l2c Full line of Felts in Fraternity colors i f C F Brower Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY r When in Need o- fPlastering or Concrete- t MATERIAL SEEIt BURNSIOE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N TR PHONE 142 I RICHMOND I FeedlrIj rte7 l 71 ffi7l 1 Q i We SeU- i i May Manton If1 XF T he Right Way to get good work is datelnHuguenot Settlement In I America befoieandispresecutiODthe massacre of St Bartholomew to the infanjous outrage which preceded theEdictfrequent graphic narrative that any attempt at repetition here would be quite upnecessary Refuge In treat ISritian was sought by the Huguenots early in the siac leenth century and in the latter de cadtS of that cycle emigration thither steadily increasing had contributed immensely to the constituent population and useful citizenry of England Scotland Ireland and Wales compris ing all ranks from the peasant to the noble artisans clothmakers lace malcf rs silkweavers glassmakers printers and manutacturers Their skill industry and worth speedly se cured recognitions and consequent prosperity and there is scarce a branch of literature science aud art in which they have not distinguished them selves Their descendants may still at this day be numerously aud in hon orahle stations identified by name though the family designations of by far the greator number Lave long since been completely Anglecized and ceased to be thus tracable Between the years 1699 and 1753 there were established in the city of London atone no less ban 23 French Churches Following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes which was signed on the 18th and published on the mind of 0t 1585 the exodus thither ws im mensoIt was reserved pungently re walked 1rosideut John Jav in his In troductory Address before the Huguo noSocietvuf America at New York Oct 22 1885 having previously re ferred to the Massacre of St Barthole mem in 1672 for that ostChristiau aud grand monarch Louis XIV more than a century later to renew persecution of the Huguenots by a crime of similar tnagnltudeand with folly with out a parallel to lose for France by means similarly atrocious hundreds of thousands of those heretics who carried indu8tryantelligence mud prosperity light truth and happiness to other lands including our own Of the number lost to France Sismondi computes the total number ot emi grants at from SOOOOO to 100000 and thinks that an tqua number perished if = i T in I in L Phone 4I2 W P BAXTERin prisonOn the scaffoldat the gal leys or in their attempts to escape So far as a moral estimate of the act Is concerned it Ia fbeeb Kell re marked that the revocation stands at go indefinite a height anionff the fol lies of statesmen that no essgeration of facts can aggravate it The significant fact in requital has been published that 89 descendants of the Huguenots who were banished from France by the Revocation returned in 1870as officers of the invad ing German Army Of the army of William of Orange numbering eleven thousand which tailed from Holland and by whose aid he obtained tho crown oi England three regiments each containing 7EO eiTective men were Huguenots To these wcreadded a squadron of horse There were also about 700 officers distributed among tho other battalions ol tho army In gratitude to these zealous and and rt sympathy with the great multitude of their suffering brethren driven violently from their homes and native country simply fur their religion the king invitee them to make their home in his new dominions Mauvof such refuges soon turned their eyes to America and sought a home in Virginia Many families took their residences along the Potomac the Rappahannock and James rivers The expense of transportation to America was usually borne by the relief committee in London In fact no small part of the Royal bounty tbe English peoples bounty went to pay for the passage of the refuges across the ocean In the year 1700 more than five hun dred emigrants at the head of whom was the Marquis de la Muce were lauded in Virginia by four successive debarkations Three ministers of the gospel and two phjsiclans were among the number The ministers were Claude Philipe de RichDourK Benjamin de Joux and Louis Latsne The physicians were Cliastini and La Soece Preparations for this important movement had long been on foot and more than once its destination had been changed Two years before the date of embarkations negotia tions were open by the leaders of the body with Dr Daniel Cox proprietary of Carolina and Florida lor the purchase of half a million acres of land in the latter territorv The tract in question was situated near Appalachee Bay and the purchasers wore to have the privilege of an addi tional half million of acres at the nominal rent of A ripe ear of Indian corn in the season for the first seven years At another time Carolina was the objective point of the expedition A third site suggested for the settlement was in Norfolk county Virginia on the Nansemond river in the neighbor hood of the Dismal Swamp They appear to have settled at different points a portion about Jamestown some in Norfolk county others in Surry and two hundred or more at a spot some twenty miles above Richmond on the south side of James river now in Poivbatan county where ten thousand acres of land which had been occupied by the extinct Manikin tribe oflHdlans were given them They were also exempted from the payment of all taxes for seven years and were allowed to support their minister in thtlr own way Accordingly in divid ing the grant into farms all running down to the river in narrow slips a portion of the most valuable was set apart for the minister and was thus possessed and used whilst one resided in the parish It was attorwards rented out and the proceeds paid for such occasional services as were rendered by neighboring ministers Bishop Meade states 1857 that ser vices were then regularly held in the oldchurch at ManikinTown settlement It isexhibited that there were numerous instances of indiviual settlement of French Huguenots in Virginia prior and subsequent to the influx of 1700 The names of Berraud Bolssean Itowdoiu Oazenoyo Con FlournoyliuquaLacy Mauzy Micbie Micon Mon cure Levy Trezavant and others have been most estimably represented in Brocks Huguenot Emigration to Virginia we find many interesting records of the emigration and history of many of these worthy families John and Paul Bertrand brothers fled horn the persecution of Louis XIV came over to England and from thence to America They were both clerks in the church of England John Bertrand the eldest settled in Rappahannock county Vir ginia having married in London 29 of September 1686 Charlotte Jolie the daughter of a French Nobleman with whom he had excaped from France A descendant through his daughter Mary Ann Cyrus Griffin EnglahllReturnin member of the Legislature delegate to tho Continental Congress17781781- and in I 8G17S8al1d was its Presi dent in 1783 President of the Supreme Court of Admiralty A Commissioner in 1789 to the Creek Nation of Indians Judge of the United States Districts Court for Virginia from 1789 till his death at Yorktown Virginia 14th December 110 He married Lady Christine Stuart daughter of John sixth Earl of Traqnar Baron Linton and Curbartson in the peerage of Scotland His grandson Dr James Lewis Corbin Griflln who died 22nd October 1878 in his filth year at Landsdowne Gloucester county claim ed to be the rightly representative of the Barony of Traquae Co Pierre Bowdoin first settled in Ire land then with his wife and four children emigrated to Casco Maine He was Godfather to Peter Fanuei1 the donor of Fanueil Hall Boston A daughter married a Temple and was Continued on Page 4 Switches and putts made to order Stock on hand to select from I also havo in stock triangles chignons in hairdressing Iguar antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m White Plymouth Rocks ForlJ Sale- I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrols for sale C D Miller- Richmond Ky Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich mond Steam Laundry Insures all these Phone 52 if Lost or Stolen White and livercolored pointer pup Missed about Aug 21 Reward for return Carl ToddtfFor Sale A good second hand buggy cheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Farley S March will have their grand of PatternHats Sept 30th Oct 1st and 2nd Everyone cordially invi ted to attend Very truly Farley dt March Eczema Is Now urable Zemo a clean liquid for external use stops instantly and per manently cures eczema and every form of itching skin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists say Zcmo is the most successful and mer itorious lemedy he has ever sld for the prompt relief and positive cure of eczema and every form of itching skin disease Ask for sample and see displayand photos of many remark able cures made by demo tf the new V TrJ to J v 98c P The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of old stock and get to hang it for you Phone T YOUR AcheerfuI i pretty bedroom will help you torstart in a cheerful pleasant mood ax haven of rest for you to come back to at night And all is a to wife itAsteflllfllmiturethntharmonlzesthanfurniturethatm a one or r two straight hack chairs to match a mirror five foot high r screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and ihe cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin Icurtains a light colored rug on the floorell this does not cost very much ifyou buy from lit and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortable jIMade in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 jf j Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any f EL other advertised mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial KJ IiIf you can part with it at the end of that time we will j ireturn your money without question or comment f OLD ADI and LACKEY g tit x s ssrirr s- nwa t t Day Phone 76 wso- Night ROL MGB 136 229 411 a a tJ ffi tf M ij 7F l7I m1 =75II 7i F 71 It t Wiio Disc0vered the4 NORTHPOLE I Dt Cook or Commander Peary PAPER 11 Undertaking f l 71l i 4l t We Sell FManton Patterns Ut l h ii 1This seems to be the all absorbing topic at presentEach clanioring for the glory Each pushing his claims for recognition In either case since the North Pole seems suddenly to have moved nearer ts we are making rapid preparations for the Fall and Winter IE t f of 1909 and 1910 We also made aldiscoverybut wididnot hoist the leave a record of our trip and return with photographs + of what we discovered as did the explorers the Artieregionsbut we immediately took possession and in order to remove all doubts bought the goods home with us and we now have them on at The Hustling Cash Sure for the inspection of + our friends and each and everyone is cordially invited to call and see the greatest assortment of fall merchandise we have ever offered rn Silks and Dress Goods + Black and Colored New wash goods great variety 1 Blankets Underwear PttosleryEtc AbundanceI ellectiveisupporters Bertram Fraacednring facteverythinln display itching ffi to Ladies Pall Suits Cloaks that em ody style features llOO to 2750 11fcUsT Skirts 350 250 Ladies Waists 1c anybody WALL FOR You AND WiFE aIbedroom Specialty 7I71 May fWc have flag display Mens Suits and Overcoats I I f We now have the largest stock of Mens and Boys l3 Suits and Overcoats we have ever carried We are continually advancing in sylpartment but have never been able to offer a better mquaH t A visit to ouMstore is always appreciated whether you buy or not Remember our Motto lI c 4 ALWAYTHE HIH TQUALTY GOODS FOR THE LQrWEffiF p l iS r I J T IVERY RESPECTFULLY Y- OURSILiON f I It j if 7 f J BROSRICHMONJJi I i CORMAIN1STtrH 0 11 R i 2 r t 3i +5 t y Y V i h rJr Lw 0 Itt i r ij l c D cC L f T1It 4 I FALL is HERE and it is about time you are think ing about winter clothes We have a beautiful line of PaIl arid Winter a goods Everything inIWoolen Goods Silks Flannellettes Ginghams Challies Merserized Bengalines Outings 0 the very best values for your moneyI We wish tpcall your special at tention to out SILK WAIST PAT TERNS both in fancy and plain Prices ranging 398 498 398 a pattern Call and see us J OWEIV NIcKee- t t The Richmond Climax mtU H flIRT WEHQOiT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Hmber of PRESS aid nICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 1909 WHILE the divorce statistics in Kentucky may not seem to carryout the theory that a woman loves for ever11 there are enough instances of womens loving unworthy men to occasion wonder not why divorces are ap many but why they are not more numerous Very often as the police the lawyers and the judges know it Is the wife whom the criminal has grossly mistreatedperhaps abandon ed or beaten as though she were a dog who clings to him to the last making light his deserved punishment and condoling with his sorrows Somehow it is the instinct of normal womenlet the womens rights colony declaim against it as they mayto view with unseeing eyes the present railities of those they swore to lore and to see them only through the rosy haze of courtship days The besotted rednose bum who adorns the prisoners bench in City court on Monday morning is to the ragged tearstained prematurely old woman who pleads with the court for him a jay young gallant neat of dress winning of smiles soft of speech courteous of demeanor happy ohivolrous She sees beneath the grim exterior of this excuse for a jrian the soul of the man that was but is not We waste a good many tears some of us over this feminine trait and say how much better off women under these circumstances would be Ifythey wouldonly cast aside the wrecks of manhood or the criminals that encumber them but a woman must love or pity something and if love be destroyed doubtless pity at times makes a satisfactory substitute And after all the marriage service does say something about love honor and chorIshnot alone when times are prosperous health is good and life is young but in sickness and in health and till death do us parl THE poet may sing of the flowers of spring but the delights of early autumn are sweeter The season of the ripened grain of colorful land scapes the harvest of fruits and of the soft atmosphere from which the heat of summer has disappeared and Into which has not yet come the chill of winter should inspire the muse to songs of beauty unrivalled by the lyrics of the springtime Spring is beautiful as a young child is beauti ful It is bursting with life and activity and the ecstatic joy that comes from youth and mere living The season breathes of innocence and the beginning of the world beautiful But autumn is beautiful as maturity is ulwaja beautiful complete satis fying to the artistic eye and joyful because there is good reason to re joice In the products in which the wrtfaj abounds and in the regal splendor in which the old world is slothed t THEKS is aa old saying which says k e Eeet tkat when in doubt one hdald believe nothing Some are aeliaed to adopt tkii method relative d tie polar expeditions of Cook and t eary Ike majority are inclined to eve that both aea reacted the el bewever How It fate dtee0t edj w it to Uttet tiMMly MMMlUMt tIM Os te Ab t NIl Itl 1kh tedA Mi fltfdStf ktt- iLUttiI akkrttkV bet WiJiU MS W IIIwt 111 y r AN Atchison Kansas physician says that when you find a man about ready to commit suicide feed him well and he will forget it as nobody ever was known to kill himself on a full stomach This is an antidote well worth remembering If you sea man sitting despondent by a river bank and acting like he was going to jump in rush up and force a pie or a piece ot cake down his throat and he will become immediately happy Nobody should venture abroad with out a pie on his person It may be the means of saving a life Doubtless wbea this principle becomes more firmly established it will be as customary to carry a pie in ones pocket as it now is to carry a revolver MEN are pretty likely to have a kind of admiration for women who do things they wouldnt want their own wives tb do WHEN a woman has no trouble she worries because she has nothing to worry about NOTHING succeeds like some men say they have succeeded MONET makes the auto go I Personals Mia Belle Bennett has returned from Lexidgton airs J W Bryant visited in Ver sallies last week Mrs B H Luxon who has been quite ill is improving Mrs Clark Kellogg has been visiting her mother in Lexington- MissMattieTribble visited friends in Lexington the past week Miss Carrie Anderson of Lancaster has entered the Madison Institute Miss Lou Pattie of Frankfort is visiting Dr and Mrs C D Pattie Miss Hester Covington is the guest cf Miss Josephine Dunn in Danville Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick has been visiting relatives here Mrs James Burnam entertained Friday with a beautiful bridge party Mr Z T Rice and family have been visiting relatives in Garrard county Miiis Ollio Baldwin entertained Wednesday afternoon ather suburban home MrS Hattie Buchanan entertained a number of her friends at tea atur dayVMrs Joe Chenault is visiting her mother Mrs R F Spears Lex ington Mrs S L Midkiff and Mrs Robt Harris have been visiting friends in LouisvilleMr Parrish of Dnffield Va is here to see his father Mr Curt Parrish Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenanlt spentlast week with Mrs E B Hum in Louisville Mrs Edgar Turley is visiting her HpearsInDr Harry Higgins of New York visited the family of Mr John Higgins Friday Miss Frankie Kauffman of Lan caster visited Miss Van Greenleaf the past weekVMiss Sara G Rucker has returned from a visit to Miss Margaret Crooke of Klngstion Mrs Same Rayburn has returned from a visit of several weeks to rela tives in Missouri t Mr and Mrs Wl L Arnold were guests of Mrs R F Spears in Lox ington last week Mrs HM Ballard and Miss Flora Ballard of Louisville have been visit lug friends here Wise Same Encker has rrta ed KaybtunRuoker Mrs Sallie Rayburn its returned from atwomontha visit to her daugh ter in Moberly Mo Messcrs Robert Turley and Ray mond Roark left Moaday for the Universityof Illinois Mr W C Weat L 14agent at Valley View spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W H West cwgoisC k uarkall who li ill w et t- M ClV CfT u 2 Miss Minnie Wages has returned from Cincinnati where she purchased a stock of the latest Art goods Miss Elizebeth Anderson of Lancaster visited ncr sister Miss Carrie Anderson Friday and Saturday BristolTennwith her cousin Mrs C L Taggart WagcraiSpeedwellMrs John Olliver and Mrs James Elliott have returned to Richmond PhelpsinMr and Mrs Joe Fitzpatrick of Middlesboro are visiting the formers FltzpatrickInMiss Nina Million has returned from a visit to Miss Nellio Sharp at RiceStation daughtechavecommenced their duties at the Madi son Female Institute The Cecilian Club will resume meetingMrs M C Kellogg Mrs Mollle Bates Miller was partywhichand Fayette on Monday Lexington lIeraldlIr A C Scan beenina motor car tup appointedthe AntiTuberculosis Conference to to be held in Lexington this week WClayDeJarnette attended the State Convention in Lexington the past week dayslastBurgin in Lexington and incidentally enjoyed the C W B M Convention hasbeenfever has recovered sufficiently to be removed to his home Mrs H G McElwaine and daugh afLerihavingand Mrs J W Bales in the county daughterMiss toMIssAvenue criticalillnesswas removed to Louisville on Wed nesday He will undergo treatment in a hospital there accompaniedbycinnati to be under a physicians care friendshopehealth Messrs G A McRoberts C R Anderson T J Connell and W V yesterdayMrs Lewis Neale The trip was made in Mr McRoberts1 car Danville Ad vocate Lexington Herald Rev and Mrs Hugh McLellan of Richmond have been in Lexington for the week at tending the State Convention of the Christian Church Mrs McLellan is a pretty and charming matron and the couple were among the most popular visitors the Convention SpringfieldMoa visit to friends and relatives in Kirksville and other Kentucky points countyboyare delighted to know that he is making good in his Western home The following Richmond people attended the funeral of M West at Lancaster Sunday Hon J A Suuilivan JB Walker JoeT Arnod Mrs Sam Deatherage Mrs Z T Rice A it Derm Frank Robinson and wife Louis Landram and wife Npwby PersonalsMr and Mrs Norman Jenkins and son Merle Cosby of Baldwin visited Mr and C W Jenkins last weekMiss Jenkins left last week for Lexlsgton- where sfce is attending school Tom Eager and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of fine son The French Missionary Circle of the Presbyterian met the past Mrsiover The sabject of Japan was diseased and a very interesting program was had After ful re frMBBMBtc the meeting adjourned HdwUIllHMttwiUi MM BL Middle lee uN gird My La O4bf- tNWlJi vtwI J tId bi H1a I pssKu ll bS- i Ic department of Arts and Crafts at Miss Masons School on the Hudson This school is one of the best in Ainurica and there Is none second to Miss Covington in artistic work Miss Covington comes from one of our oldest and most prominent fami lies and her influence has long ago been felt in tho Eastern Schools Mr Chennult Duncan of this city ntlsiiss Victoria Black of Foxtown were married at Barbourvillo last Saturday The bride is a very hand some and popular young lady and a j great favorite among many triends The groom is connected with the firm of Stanifcr Soper and is a young gentleman of ability commanding the respect and confidence of all who know him The couple returned Monday and are receiving the con gratulations and well wishes of their many friends presidentgave a most interesting address Monday afternoon at the Elks Clubs Rooms to members of the Ceciiian and Womans Clubs A number of invited guests were present also representatives of the Womans Club of Lancaster the latter being repre sented by Mesdames U C Kauffman R E McRoberts Emma HSggln botham W R Cook J B Kinnaird and Miss Sallie Elkin With a few wellchosen remarks Mrs McRoberts presented Mis Leech with a large boq net of handsome roses as a token from the Lancaster Club Mrs Leech made a splendid report of the tooblc work being done in the state by these clubs and The Climax regrets that lack of space and time prevent giving a synopsis of her remarks The visitors were entertained by greatlytended Mrs Leech was guest of honor at a beautiful dinner given by Miss Belle Betraelt at Hotel Glyndon The engagement of Miss Ethel Hea c x to Mr p E Vollenweide of MC Arthur 0 is announced r h e wedding will be very quietly solem nized on Thursday alterncon Sep tembei 30at oclock at tho residence of Mrs George Bell on North Lime stone street with whom Miss Heacox and her sister have made their home for a number of years The announcement is of much interest Both Miss Heacox and Mr Vollenweider are very popular and have a host of friends who are extend ing best wishes for their Iappiness After the ceremony they will leave for a trip East and will then make thtlr home in MC Arthur where Mr Vollenweider makes his home lIe is a prominent attorney and highly esteemed and popular both in social and business life Lexington Herald Miss Hou cox is a sister of Mrs Eiraer Deather age of this city with whom she spends much of her time She I very much beloved by many friends here who extend to her every good wish for her future happiness Quite a number from here will go over for he wedding r 2 OpeningSept Ricnmona Mi1Iy Ol Fall and Winter Hats Tull andFisk f Notice to Contractors Bids will he received by the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond un til noon Tuesday Oct 12 1009 for furnishing materials and constructing about 2000 lineal feet of road through the grounds of said Normal School This an object lesson road is to be built under Ihe supervision of the Of fice of Public Roads Washincton D C and is in addition to the 2000 feet of road recently advertised Bids will be opened at noon Tues day Oct 12 1909 in the business office of the normal school The right is reserved to accept or reject any bid as may be deemed lot the best interest of the school Plans and specifications may be inspected and further information obtained at the office of the normal school or by writing to the undersigned- Per Order of The Board of Regents 2t By J K Tolmson Engr Auto Wreck Lexington Herald Mr Neville Moberly met with a slight accident to his automobile while coming to this city from Richmond Monday after noon at 430 When about four miles from Lexington on a part cf the road which had been recently oiled the chauffeur lost control of the machine allowed it to plunge down an embankment at the roadside Mr Mobeiley his companion Mr Mc Gaughey also of Richmond and tho driver wero caught beneath the car but managed to crawl from under the machine Mr Moberloy sustained a slightly strained ankle but the other two occupants of the auto were un Mr Ben Freckman and J happenedto1IeMcGaughcy to Lexington and had an automobile sent to bring Mr Mobor hey and his chauffeur to town The automobile which had turned turtle was hauled to this city about dark and was found to be badly damaged A Pleasant Way to Cure Catarrh Poor deluded victims Continually sprlngling and spraying and stomach dosing W hat are you doing It for Trying to kiirTbe catarrh germs Might just as well try to kilt a cat with fresh milk Sticking a piece of chewing gum in the upper left band corner of the right ear would slaughter jUt as many germs You cant kill the germs that cause catarfh unless you get where they are bybreathingsoothing antiseptic xv hicK is prepared especially to kill catarrh germs Jrivesjoyfulguaranteed by B L Middelton to cure catarrh or money back It is sold by leading druzgists every includinginhalerCures sore throat coughs and colds 11 take especial pride in recom mending Hyomei to asthmatic suffers as 1 know by experience that it is a remedy that cures I have not since using H omei hart any recurrence of- a9t1I1IlLMrs Vm Burton Owoeso Mich June 22 1- t09MIQUA Cures indigestion ifr rr rr J4iJiJitfr ri +t f Lan J Stock Cps t+ J Elder Boardman of Little Rock ought of J M Brennan of near Paris 62 head of 1325 pound cattle at 500 Mrs RicharQ Lowndes of Danville is the proud owner of Edna May the wonder horse who hassomething like 390 blue ribbons to her credit Tho famous 2000 acre Hazeltine orchard in Missouri will produce 30 000 barrels of apples this year worth 75000 on the tress Most of the output of this orchard is shipped to EuropeVThe richest turf price of the season at Sheepshead Bay N Y the Futurity was won August 30 by Sweep owned by J R Keene The purse was 41000 Sweeps share was 27000The reported by farmers in Flcmig cocntyon sheep killed by dogs will be far in excess of tho receipts from dog tax They will not receive over forty cents on the dollar this yearVNo wonder the poultry business is growing each year There are more than 5000 poultry shows held an nually in tho United States and Canada It is not only a fascinating business but one of enormods profit At the administrators sale of Derry land in Fayette county last week Mr Ed Weathers of Bourbon county purchised 355 acres for Ul5 pr ncro and Mr Jus Evans also of this COni ty bought the 256 acre track at 96 per acre The South Australian Government recently purchased one thousand six hundred acres of land for the pur pose of encouraging and demonstrat ing the best methods Of dairy farm ing A Govarment expert is to have charge of the farm Plenty of corn widens the profits of the farm for 80 per cent is coi sumed at home it means to the far mer a large feeding business the fatteningof more pork the rearing for the market ot moro cattle 1 he value of the corn is not measured on the farm by the market quotations but by the value of hogj and cattle A fanner in Ohio has started a skunk farm The plans are to sell tho fur and tho oil But the etrangust kind of a farm is one in Mexico The man believed he was purchasing a paradise of roses but found when he got there that it was the reverse All he could raise was gameIt rattle snakes horned toads and lizards CalC be called game He sells all things to tourists and is making good moneywith such things Even when corn is high the relative price for pork frequently makes it the cheapest feed for finishing fifty cent corn is not expensive feed for six cent hogs Up to last six weeks of feed ing wheat rye or other cheaper sut stitutes may bo used with grass but in the ordinary course corn will be the best dependence for the fattening period A pig whiclf is being fatten ed should gain from one to two pounds a day and weighalle2O to 350 pounds when nine to 12 months oldThe Federal Good Roads Depart ment states that the direct saving to the Jarmers of this country from properly constructed roads would be 250000000 annually that there would be a saving of over 100000000 inmarketiug the wheat prop alone of over 12000000 in marketing the corn crop and of 5000000 in mar keting the cotton crop However great the money value of good roads may appear tobo it is not so Important as educational and social advantages to be derived tberefrom by thh residents of rural communi peefgocdcities as proper highways affect directly comfort and prosperity This is not a for a thelStateEczema Curable Proof Now at 25c Try the OH of Wlntergreen Compound Itch IsInstant ly Relieved It is usually very costly to con suit a specialist in any disease but for 25c on a special offer we can now give to those suffering from eczema or any form of skin disease absolutely instant relief with prospect of an early cute A spcial trial bottle of the oilof wintergreen as compounded in the Chicago Laboratories of the D D D Company may be had in our store on this special 25 cent offer This one bottle will convince youwo know it we vouch for it Ten years of success with this mild criPtionIbasso that you also will be convinced Sold by Stockton and Hagaii PublicSale Having sold our farm we will soilut the premises on the Lancaster pikt 2 12 miles from town on Thursday Sept 30 at 10 oclock a miHousehold and Kitchen Furniture and FarmingI 5 fiue Jersey cows all of thorn large rich milkers 4 Jersey heifers from these cows I good walking horse works any where and a good driver 1 aged mule fl combined pony gentle driver and a fine saddler 1 broodmare in foal to jack 1 finely bred King mare with foal to Rex Peavme This js the darn of a yearling filly by Ilex Poavtnefor which 003 hiss recently boon refused 1 Rex Peavine insrewith kMI to Golden King A lot ol young stuff all5eiy bred in saddle lines eligible registration Also 1 standard bredye tlng8ud colt cash6eiftbfc Jftnmrf i IPiQ with iBtemt ata p ctL- HAay MiNf WIt and Scarce HURters reports doves aa unusually- wildand scarce Quite a number have een kilted but it takes a good quick uet to get them The crop of quail is said to be abouf up to the average and bnntera are already locating them Opera Douse THURSDAYSept ONE NIGHT ONLY The4 Act Sensational Comedy Drama A Pair of Country Kids The Seasons Success SEE The home at Simsons CornersiThe Great Wharf Scene at Brooklyn Bridge illuminated at night The Resell from the Waves The Old Box Factory Attic All Special Scenery Electrical and Mechanical Effects Prices 25 35 and50c Seats at White Wines Opera House OctlFriday Night The Big Laughing Carnival TH- ECollegeBoy WITH Eddie Delaney and a Superb Bandand Orchestra Best of Specialties Seats on Sale at White Wines Prices 25 35 and 50c Watch for Parade at Noon Public Sale I will offer sale to the highest and best bidder on the premlse3 on Tuesday Oct 12 09 at 1 oclock p m Residence on Second Street opposite L A car shops House contains ten rooms and has all neces- Sary outbuildings and 23 4 acres of land At same time on premises wilt sell Two Houses and Lots situated on corner of Laurel street and Moberley avenue and two dwellings on east Walnut street and two houses on east end of Prather Row All of this property is in good repair and very desirable Terms will be announced on day of sale Any one desiring to inspect property call on HARVEY DOUGLAS Kielijnoid Ky Long Tom Chenau- ltDemocratsRegister Auct Tuesday PUBLIC SALE OF City Pro eltf The undersigned Executors ot H B Dillingham will on Saturday Oct 2909 pursuraut to the authority given to them by said will sell atpnbic auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property lu the city of Richmond 7 lTne Jargeftjrfck dwelling IIOUEO knownja tile olSjct olloway Homestead The lot on which this residence 2iIIJetperpendicular to Hillsdale aveuuo io ieet and then broadening out soesjto include a garden jn the rear contain ring in alt about 1 12 acres The build hallsrwoIdon the whole is a very desirable piece cf property 2 A line building lot on the east ol said residence lying between the residence and hattie Irvine Slrcet fronting HiJI dale avenue 60 feet and running back In parallel Hues perpendicular thereto 210 feet This lot is improved bya nuall tworoom cottage anda frame building used as a carriage houce Che lot lays well 8 A fine building lot on the west side of brick residence fronting Hilia dalo avenue feet and running back III parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 4 A building lot in rear of dwelling house which Iron s flail is Irvinestreet 60 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hallie Irvine street UO feet to the lire of the garden of the brick hous3 and bounded on the north by a ten loot alley 5 Lot NO 6 fronts Hallie Iryine street 50 and runs back 140 feet and is boundedon the south by a ten foot dlieyaiid bntlio north by the Zeniaii lot being about 90 feet widest the rear After thqFale of the above described pieces of property separately it will Sbembejqfforedas whole and sold so as to reallztba lai geat amount of money Thehtyle to nil of the property leper fect audjjjjoteessloa will be given on tho Ut d jVPl7JMiu ry 1910 Tha property will be sold on the foj OWIHK teras One third of the pur chase sone will be due and payable January IDlO for which security tay be respiired ami the balance will be iue in twoqual installments due re Mctive1y in six apd twelve months tor which notes Wtll he required btjariag IRteutrJbuate of oix per cent td- seeard by a liea on this property iI D Jbybura SH TborpO If Qhawlt iNiwI JlutI 1 BIG PLI1 CON TESTI Is Now On Girls Get BusyDONT LOSE A MINUTE The Entering Wedge Popular Girl Subscription Contest is now udder way all contestants will have an equal chance of winning one of the 40000 Pianos or the Special Prizes Now is the time to make an effort to win Read this advertisement through and thea get busy First Special Prize Every young lady who turns n sioon subscriptions to the Entering Wedge from today tal 6 oclock Saturday October 9 will be given free a beautiful Gold Finish Jewel Box The votes secured on the jewel box will also count on the PianosII A 400 J Given Free Most Popular Girl City Richmond consestants rightV district A 400 Given Free Popular Girl Madison County 1 1utwin one pianos our contestV This ballot counts JOO votes is for NameAddress it t Announcement This piano and popular xirl contest will be conducted on strictly business principles with perfect justice and fairness to nil concerned Prizes The first prizes hall be two fine firstclass pianos valucd at leach Onc piano will be awarded to the winner residing in Richmondand one to the winner residing in Madison county Many other valuable und useful presents will be given and announced later Winners of special prizes offered from time to time are not barred from any other award- sCandidates Any young lady in either of these districts is eligible to enter in this contest T most popular young lady is the one who shall rece1e most votes inlier territory To her shall be ownrded he beautiful upright iilano to be given away in that territory Classes ol Votes VVTtie votes ore issued in coupons of the following denomin lions New Subscriptions 500 voJes for Leo on subscriptions Renewal Subscriptions 400 votes for00cn subscriptions Jack Subscri ptions 400 votes for 100 on tubscriptlotis General Subscriptions Standlngrof the contestants will be published in this paper jnorc or less regularly same to be compiled from editors records as ballot boxes arc locket No employee of the paper shall be a candidate or work in favor of a contestant Two Others Fail Fremont Bennett Modoc led says fl used two other remedies and lost Gout of 85 iiogs 1 then usedUourbon myijdgsSold by Perry Thomas Rich inond Lk11 iLostBetween and Silver Creek Sunday Indies black hand bit contain nfr ladles gold watch ami So in money l1nder return to Cues llosel Silver Creek and receive liberal reward 2t of have a to secure votes in either only on the the to the cast Lancaster the prize JThe publishers arc not tell for whom any one votcs except in case of allezed error or Each contestant is requested to send us cabinet size photograph for publication as soon as Make up your mind whom you are going to vote for before to the office We positively will not decide the matter An awarding committee of three of the best men are to be appointed to make final count and distribution of prizesOne thousand votes will be jriverr free to each young lady nominated during the first thirty days A free ballot rood for 100 votes will be run in the pifper rcirularly during the greater part of the contest Contest not to run not less than ninety days The day of closinirwill beannounced about thirty days in advance The right o past the date qf closing for sufficient cause is reserved The contest shall close at certain date announced later About two weeks to the date of closing the judges are to take the ballot boxes carefully locked or scaled to the bank announced in the news columns where it will be kept during hours and in the vault during night until the close of the contestwhen the awarding committee will take chore andmake final Durinc the last two weeks votinc may in the sealed box nt the bank If pecrccy is desired in place your cash togetlerwitli other votes and coupons in ecalcd envelope with name of contestant on same and deposit in ballot box Envelopes and subscription blanks will be fur nlslicil for this purpose This cuamntees fair and square deal to all concerned 1 SOwing to so much wet weather at thegerin of the wheat was damaced that it may not sprout To be able to furnish some cxtift good seed wheat faring has boiirht some soft fjultz seedwheat direct from the best farming Perl ion of Missouri which he would like to sell to the farmers that know it takes the best seed to raise the best en i 8 ot Farley March will have their display of Pattern lists Sept 30th Oct inVi1ted Piano To in the The district but will count given In Piano Absolutely Most in in and irreguiorjtyVa convenientV coniinc business a a previous count5Sbeoue vplinR subscriptions a harvest badly grand r Estray Hog A mountain sow came to my place court day and has since been cared for Owner cr have samoby identi fying anil paying charges Squire Williams 1m Irvine t ike HerOnly HopeV MrsNewton Thomas Christensburg Ky says 1 have used your Hour bon Poultry cure and know ttiatit will cure Turkey Chulern It is my only hope of raUinK the birds next year Sold bv Perry Thomas Xictiniond Ky The Beauties Let us show you how much lIIHet and refinement we can add to your home life by having us feframe those I old pictures whose frames are dingy j and soiled The Beauties of our picture f mH1g1s that the Ivmechanicalwork of it is perfect and the artistic endthe har monizing or the frame with the picture superb The prices J the lowest commensurate with AJ quality and the best work manship V a J1b 4sLUMAN and HIGGINS 2 v HOME FURNISHERS vf Furniture Carpets and StovesV 1 Opposite HotelKertty Iy Wd M1 Hedqurtia 1KiCIfla hitl VJ1itt41 i jiYu ffTirVV1JNV- VV Jl t I mI1i fl Itv J II Ia kV ii r I 1 c t Worn Women worn and tired from overwork need afeeling of weakness or helplessness will of itself You take Wine of IWomeii effectual remedy for the ailments and of women Thousands of women have and write enthusiastically of the great been to itdont experiment ofttried medicine 1TAKE CARD 01 The Womans Tonic Yrs Rena Rare of Pierce Pla tried Oardui and afterward hadpamA r suffered for years until my husband insisted on my trying wcICJTryAT ALL DRUG STORES S c tTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR JlSIzveyeta6les febave every kind fres i and new at right prices C Weceive fresh shipments every day Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries cannot be equaled t SEWELL McKINNeY rGROCERS 4 Telephone 223 j 1 Its Building TimeI If you intend to erect a house store t house barn or other buildings t I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before carpenterslin x JEFF STONERICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 4 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshelsoats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you tst in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full toE G PARRISHPLAIN VIEW TEXAS t I have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest copper mines 17 claims in Arizona at a price that should uteest anyonefully paid and nonassessable VG4z New Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the preparedpyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season I J hurman GrOceryC- ompany = Furs Hides Iron I pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write or telephone and I will call J t MWiIESTELEPHONE 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the beno fits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If nt present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois East Tennessee Telephone COot Incorporated Ueo9 MsinschemForm rly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailo Appartments over J E Sexton Phone JZ3 All Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Yeur P troog Solicited q L C I o fbeRichmondClimax nEST IT IHECLIMAXPRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor cl PRESS a4 1 PRICE 100 PER YEaR r IN ADVANCE WEDSESLAY SEPT 29 1909 Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Reward for return ETBurnam 08Jl WALL PAPER We have added to our business a line of Wall Paper consisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st James Hunley Will buy or sell your house firm town lots or anvthing else in thp Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes Ifind Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline j Richmond Water Light Co Gohh ij Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business NEUMATIC TOOL PLANT vnich wilhenable them to do setter work than ever before They have a large assortment if Granite and Marble and nvite their friends to call md inspect their stock and V rk Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even botte1 And even an experienced one can pet eatisfactory results Ittbapirl lopsni turnout good biscuit bread or cake dont blame her at once It may he the flour Order a sack of Zsrinfte Patent today ond note the results Its dollars to donehnuts she will do betier with ZirinpVPatent Flour rfl WienYouTaiw One way is to pay no attention to itr at least not until it de velops into pneumonia or bronchitis or pleurisy An other way isto ask your doc tor about Ayers Cherry Pec toral If he says The best thing for colds then take it Do as he says anyway Wopab ers All our trmn3a We banish alcohol boo our taedloluM Wo urge 7oa to cOIItult10UZdo Wbenillebowclsare constipated poi SOMW substances are abwbed into the- bloodiflStCd ofbei removed from the boor as natut nteded Knowlitg tIlls dan er doctors alwarI Inquire about the ondit1ofl olth bowl pms M II ciIiMUI I 0 J Democratic Ticket t For circuit Judge JMBenton I For Commonwealths Attorney B A Crutcher- For Circuit Clerk RoyCWhiteForCountyJudgo W R Shackelford For County Attorney O P Jackson For County Clerk R B Terrill For Sheriff D A McCord For Assessor Shelby 1 Taylor For School Superintendent John Noland For Jailer N B Jones For Representative L B Herrinjrton City TicketF- or Mayor Sam Rice For Police Jud e John J Green1f1 For Citv Attorney T fl Collins For Chief of Police tames H Allinan For City Councilmen TT Covington Emil Lorisch John E Sexton Talton Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry Oi Interest To Many For ind gestlon and all stomach troubles take FoIeysOrino Laxative It jrenily stimulates the liver regu lutes the bowels and positive curt habitual constipation anil biliousness Clears the cicplexion of pimolc and biolchcs and is especially recommended for women and children as it is mild pleasant and effective Wanted Success Mecazine wants an energetic and responsible niaii or woman in Richmond to collect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary- Au one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a payine and permanent business without capital Complete outfit and instructions free Address VON Success Maga zinc Room 103 Success Magazine Building New Yrk City N Y How To Cure Skin Disease The germs and their poisons which cause the disease must be drawn to the surface of the skin and destroyed Salves and greasy lotions may give temporary relief but they have not the power to destroy the germ life ZEMOa clean liquid for external use will draw to the surface and de stroy the germ life leaving a clean heiltby skin Zemo positivelycures Eczema Pimples Blackheads Dan druff Itching Piles and every form of skin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists endorse and recommend Zemo and will give you s namlpe bottle tt TEETHING makei baby nervous and fretful aad stops gala in weight SlOirSEMlLSlON it tho best foodmedicine for teeth- Ing bmbie It strengthen tho nerve supplies lime for the teeth keep the baby growing Get a saaH bottle now AUDrucgtsti A Spas Curious Origin The discovery of the famous Wood ball spa In Lincolnshire was very curi ous Just about a hundred years ago a shaft was 6unk In search of coal but the effort had to be abandoned owing to a rush of water In time the water found Its way Into a small brook and In due course the Inhabitants began to speak of the curative powers of the stream Science Investigated the mys try and discovered that the water In the coalless shaft was richly Impreg noted with various salts and bromine and Iodine Geologists expressed the Interesting opinion that ages ago the place was the sands bed of a shallow lagoon or bay of a tropical sea where seaweeds of giant growth abounded A mighty convulsion ofnature lowered the set bed a great rlwr flowed over the place and In time Its debris was formed Into a mass of spongy rock or sandstone Forcing itself through this mass at great pressure some feet below the ground the water now ex tracts the constituents of the original seaweedLondon Family Herald Olden Tea Table Etiquette Tea table etiquette was somewhat complicated in the days of that hardened and shameless tea drinker Dr Johnson when many people thought nothing of drinking ten or twelve cups at a sitting It was considered proper for the cups and saucers of a party of tea drinkers to be all passed up to the hostess la one batch when replenish ment was considered necessary and In order that each perron might be sure of getting back the right cnp the tea spoons were numbered When the cups were passed up tbos who did not require any more were ssupposwl to place the spoon In the cup And this writer remembers u very ancient damp teaching a small boy to place his spoon In his cup after the first cup bad been emptied He wondered for the rca son Now he knows that tea was once very expensive and little boys were not expected to ask ngninSt James Gazette Private Hospital Guests Hello old maul Didnt know you were In New York Where are you stopjIngCIud to see you Im at a private hospital uptown Private hospital Vhy Im sorry Whats the trouble No trouble at all myself My sisterI went there for an operation staying with her TUure are plenty of patients there wlti relatives or friends We pay high prices of course but the rooms are IteJit comfortable and clean and we can order anything on earth we want tor meals and get jt Things are served to us as though we were invalids and theres no kick coming Ill tell you that And we can have as much company as we wish for meals at a dollar and n half a bead New York Press Hit Air Tight Compartment The passenger who was crossrajrthe Atlantic for the first time timidly ap proncbed tbs pompous purser Is It true sir he said that this whole still Is divided into air tight compartments v True as gospel replied the purser In surprise Then remarked the passenger gloomily I guess lilt have to put up with the one Im occupying tf I cant better jnyself Suspicious The seeing Sew York automobile was moving through the financial dls tricr This Is Wall street announc ed the wan with the megaphone Keep your hand on your purse Hi ram hoarsely whispered a lady from the open country to her husband Premonition Little Willie + Say pa what Is the meaning of premonition Pa Premonition my son Is what alls people who ore olQlcted with the told you so habit Chicago News Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar fcl2m r Floral Designs Cut Flowers i Plants j Furnished on short notice Special attention to designs for Funerals and Weddings I at Richmond Greenhouses j TELEPHONE 188 WEST MAIN Open Sundays from 2 to Six m A The Lexington Herald Publishes every Monday Morning a Blue Grass Farmer Edition That treats the Farm and Farming interests from the news point of view and is already recognized as Kentuckys Leading Agricultural Journal Its distinctive features are special attention to the work of the Experiment Station located in Lexington the Department of Agriculture at Frankfort and timely discussion of topics of interest to the farmer and breeder Only One Dollar a Year A Valuable Advertising Medium for the breeder of fine stock and for sale of stock and I farm lands The Sunday Heraldr is a high class Sunday newspaper of metropolitan pro portionsand quality that should be in very Kentucky home By mail 200 a year The Sunday Herald and the Blue Grass Farm edition for 250 a year Write for sample copies The Lexington Herald Cotepy v i Incorporated f I iduigfaki Kentucky flJLi f ImIII ti o L 1 JjAsfrom lavender Is concealed In the bloom the harvest takes place just be theiendmeans of steam which Is compelled to penetrate the closely packed lavender afterward being drawn off In pipes that run through cold water In this manner the steam Is reconverted Into water but the process of passing through the lavender has extracted the oil which floats on the surface of the water as it runs Into glass Jars down below These jars have sprouts In the center thus enabling the water to run out while the oil collects above the level of the exit In this the first stage the oil is of a brownish blue tint and it now has to bo refined by passing once more through water Thus all Impurities are removed nnd the oil runs out white save for a very pale blue color similar to that obssrvpa in paraffin Three pounds of oil will make thirty gallons of the perfume The majority of ladles would be surprised If they were inforlwd that a bottle of lavender water contains but about a thimbleful of pure oil for a larger proportion would not only render the water too strong for use but would burn holes through the hand kerchief wherever the scent touched it London Standard Tho Poor Bridegroom Even the English language empha sizes the Insignificance of a man at his own wedding said the prospective bridegroom disconsolately There isnt an Independent word to designate him He is merely cqjled the groom of the bride as if he were just about on a level with the bridesmaids and a little below the maid of honor Best man of coursti means the bridegrooms best man but the phrase itself tends to exalt this individual at the expense of his superior Then therig no adjective to de scribe what pertains to the male half of the affair You cant speak of the brldpgroomal trousers or necktie On the other band bridal applies not only to the possessions of the girl hut to what relates to both of them equally like the trip and the bridal chamber The very words matrimony and mat rimonial are trout the feminine side only Patrimony has nothing to do with the nuptials It applies only to wealth and signifies that a mans part in the affair Is to get out and bustle for the cash Philadelphia Ledger How Standing Armies Originated The earliest European standing army was that of Macedonia established about 338 JJ C by Ihlllp father of Alexander the Great It was the sec ond In the worlds history having been preceded only by that of Sesotrls Pha raoh of Egypt who organized a will tary caste about 1000 B C Of modern standing armies that formed by the Turkish jaulzaries was first being fully organized in 1502 It was a cen tury later that the standing army of France the earliest in western Europe was established by Charles VIL in the shape of compagnies dordounance numbering DOOO men Rivalry thereupon compelled the nations to adopt similar means of defense In Hug land a standing army proper was first established by Cromwell but was disbanded under Charles II with the ex ception of a few regiments called the guards or household brigade This was the nucleus of Englands present army A Girls Preparedness There is something very pitiful about a girl She wears calico but talks knowingly about the latest styles in silks Her home la furnished plainly but she knows the latest styles In furniture She knows bow the silverware should be arranged at dinners the latest stitch for the marking of monograms on the finest table Sam ask the etiquette to be observed at a dinner a reception or a ball although she never attended anything more than a neighborhood party In her life Her fathers monthly income is not as large as the pin money a rich girl would spend In a day but she knows what the rich girl should wear and buy to be in touch with the times She is in short prepared at any time to marry a rich man and become a society leader Atchlsou Globe A Famous Poem J 0 Francis the publisher of London Notes and Queries has brought out a volume of reminiscences One of his quotations records the editorial rejection of Campbells flqbeniin den by the Greenock dvertiser lt runs thus T fThe lines commencing On Lin den when the aim was IoW are not Uptt our standard Poetry is evidently not T cs forte A Home Body So your husband always stays in the house nightsi said one woman Yes answered the other Once Hiram s1ettlrd down in front of his fireside you cant get him out of doors even to bring in an armful of wood 1A Household Matter Housemaid Please sir will you come at once The drorin rooms on fire MasterWell go and tell your mistress You know 1 never interfere in household matters Punch The Sour Philosopher Some people give trouble a hug- WeIlT Others carry the flirtation too far I and get married Washington Herald True merriment may be distinguished from false by the fact that It bears re flection We can think of It with pleasure next day and next week W Dm Boltan General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention to JRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For l limckss teiosiaE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street iNevI Method ITeeth E t without- PAIN Dr Hdttwn irii II Rchnoz4Ky J C Cures Dyspepsia Trial Is Free It is a popular mistake that only and1dghyspicedpepsia or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the street the worker in the field also finds him Amongthewomen constantteellngtroubled sleep by sour stomach and dis IUldlusterlessThere Is no surer and speedier cure for SyrupPepsin rreatherbof Buffalo la of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he had had for forty years otDrJoel Adams of Montgomery Ala after monthsTheseIt Is not expensive to be cured with this anrdruglifelongexpensewhatyour name to Dr Caldwell and he will be lIeistest of his remedy keepItgency as constipation sour stomach In heartburnon a member of the family any day It anddoeslaxative tonic If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this scrvlca The address Is Dr W B I Caldwell 500 CalfiweU bldg Monticello Ill STOCKTON HAGAN Resumed Business Ilavipff been out of the painting and paper business for about four years have decided to again resume this class of work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage guaranteeing first class work in every respect The people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work such as paper hanging paintingvar nishing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates on any work you mav desire in this line no matter how small tIejbeepsplondiil line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business lam Respnctfullj W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond y If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth geti JW Shearer White HalUKy to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Oo will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farmlands on Mortgage Applyto J C Chenault Atty 69if Richmond Ky M Q iioB Ittilitule Richmond Ky Tne by on tour Next Session Opens j ept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or writeIUnion City Ky FarSeyMarch are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains It is always cheapest in fhe long run to yet the best We do the very b- estConcrete Work Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoio ly satisfied I ft KStonel Phone 432 IFet Sale ANoi lcarriago in good vndltkm practically fIfor sl eJHg Also a two seatrap whlck aay1 lkewl- rhebcugtbtnrga1n Mayb at ich4 Mtor k PuwbLog Cot 0 ic f IIk i IT GIVES THE BEst RESULTS IIGHTT AD I 1TLThe SMITH ONIANr CORRECTHmuss HOLDSIN We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased KidneysA- nd Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entIre- ly due to Ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re sponslblQor largely so And In such cases the kidneys and bind der are the organs that steed and must have attention Those torturing enervating scl headaches dragging Dams in back groin and limbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain Ezip toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWltfs Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording1 the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs illustration of what tjjeso Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very Ill with kidney trouble and that she is now well and that these Pills aro what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep For Sale by All Druggists I IGoing to Use Any POSITION IEIderLumber IILatns Rubber or Felt Roofing l PLANS FURNISHED SEASONABLE Better come direct to r Todd Lackey Comer Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky w I Field Garden SEEDt t i I I IWe have justreceived a large shipment of I Field and Garden Seed and invite those I who are contemplating sowing grass to jIand examine our line and get prides Icall making a purchase Our line oft I I Staple and Fancy I I GROC1RIESwas i l I r- I Tateand-I Son r I Telephone 35 I The Houston Bugy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in roferinu you to the following uptodate business men ol thti lite comfort and dnrabilty of the Houghton Line P Hi Bald 6f Louisville y who is ono of the largest dealers of highclass vehlcl s writes I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider the Houghton by for the best Goodman Drop Co of Slielbyville y say that the Houehton Buggy is superior to the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not hello vo that the Honehton can be surpassed JH McKee Liveryman Shelby ille y writes I have in my llverj the Moyer Curtis A Reid The Houghton I am frank to place the Houghton the leader Rnd dot believe a better baggy can bl bUilt Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable and stylish yoiIrIArmer Hialo Richmond 1I N Tdd Brwwfield Joe Oldbam JrSlchinond SERoyctWhl Hall Henry P Raybma Richmond ThMJIlIHtI Red floua Geo P Simmons Richmond Joe Mason Whites Station Goodloe Hurtis Richmond Al CorholisoB Richmond Joe Azbill Liveryman Richmond Every owner dfa HoWfbtom Trill tellyoa they are by far the best The Heo htonlia ii the only lIve tlMrt HM only the finest material and iIs aat tu east ot neb pi ewMUmion ftetebtdwwt1 Cwt in tWwcxW ks e 1IsthIs l taQet Plseeyour oader1y HUCoLvLRi- i Tp I ci-r tt4 i Y7 c 4 f J ioc1Ji iJ i nr 1r i = fl iiiiio M N j 11 ===Q 3OOElders amm plete line of GRIFFON CLOTHES for fall in many models a host of comapatterJJSnd fabics that wont wear out before their time One of the distinctive GRIFFON models now on and ready for Fall wear It is style up to the ilimit and timed down to the minute A really smart suit and representing the kind youve always wanted Tue nobbist neatest and nattiest effects are shown in the range of patterns the fabrics are of toughest weaves and the prices axe less than you would imagine h 1000 1250 1500 1 8E00- L TradeIEldnerHats 3 Stoughton Shoes and 4 11 CC==t==== ==== =CJ======= cc=====d======= I I A PURELY I VEGETABLE ML COMPOUND P I I CURES CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHIUS AND AND ALL LIVER A CURE for all diseases caused by a TORPID LIVER One bottle purcha scd today may save you a serious sIck epell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLE PRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Strest ST LOUIS MO Sotd and Recommonded by C PERRY THOMAS rJ G rJ oJ tIL FEVER FRESH OYSTERS I GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERS a rn rtp Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relief at Last It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity must keep upmust attend to dutes in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearingdown pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many aches from kidnty ills Kidneys cause more suffering than Keepthemaintained of a remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Danville St Lancaster Ky says Myexperience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they live up to the claims greatdealcould not sleep on this account On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unablo to attend to my household duties Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so They helped me from takingthemwould have effected a complete cure I was compelled to discontinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am cor tain that they will soon rid me en tirely of kidney trouble For sale byall dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the nameDoansand take no other slm W D Oldham Co l J t t fr iDrr Goods k 0 Notions Shoes Clothing Furnishings f tk c j yr 4 f I r t j I YBusy Bee Lash tore iauuitu f J r = 1 i = = m A Emperor Shirts and J50 different display the Enquirer 350 BILIOUSNESS COMPLAINTS GUARANTEED Candies rno Womems Read Pumphrey JtOO Have You a Baby Then watch it closely And inbote snylengthfatal If Its complexion gets yellow and pasty if it is listless cross or peevish gets thin suffers with flatulence jive it Whites Cream Vermi fage The only euro that never fails and has no bad effects Sold by Perry and Thomas sim- Boys Girls Columbia Bicy cle Free Greatest offer out Getyour friends to subscribe to our magazine andwe will make you a nresetit ofa 4000 Columbia Bicyclethe best made Ask for particulars free outfit and circular telling How to Start Address The Bicycle Man 2P31 East 22 street New York City N Y To Be Happy you must have good health You liverispoisoning is going on all the time BallardsHerbineliver keeps the stomach md bowels right and acts as a tonio for the en andThomasJHappily Hop aroundbyndeformityiftism lumbago sprain stiff joints or anythingof like nature use Ballrads Snow Liniment and in no time you ndbeand 1 Sold by Perry Thomas For Rent SewingMachine apply this office tf DeWitts Little Earley Risers the safe sure easy gentle little liver pills The original Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve Us DeWitts The name ItisgoodorLost Gold rim nose glasses with chain at tached Return to this office Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does Every table spoonful of Kodol digests 21 pounds of food It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggistsa1mThe moving picture shows at Prin drawinglargeonly five cents Dont miss it Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir contains no injurious or narcotic drugb of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomachs bowels teeth1ngThomas Billions Feel heavy after dinner ToBgae coated Sitter eComI plexion stfvlcw p Liver needs waking up Doana Rogulets cure billious attacks 25c at any drugstore t Farm of about 140 acres oa Silver Creek All improvements FIX terms tjk ApIyto Mrs Minerva Brae Gt RFJ Not IWIIIH t4lMt1 r IN- Jill 0 tk it d ti i An Ancient IkyPirot From Garnetts Anthology volume 7 page 48 I copy the following taken from the Writings of Lucian a Greek born about 100 A D We were suddenly caught by a whirlwind whlch turhed our vessel several tlw around lu a circle with tremendous velocity and lifted It above 3000 stadia In the air not settling it down again on the sea but kept It suspended above the water tit that height and carried us on with swelled sails above the clouds In tnese days of air conquest this quotation might be of utmost Interest to aeronauts and also literary men This ancient Gulliver long preceded Swift and as for outdistancing Jule Verne another quotation Is added Having thus continued our course through the sky for a space of seven days and as many nights on the eighth day we described a sort of earth In tbe air etc which proved to be the thoroughly familiar vernacular expression going some applies with original vigor to this early and per Imps first sky pilot NewYork Times Aft Obliging President saysIthe bead of the government In a little Central American republic a man who was above all things courteous and who was moreover very anxious to gain the good will of the foreign con suls One of the latter having heard that a certain countryman of his had died addressed a note to the bead of the new government In which be stat ed that his own government wottlO b8 grateful for tt certificate ot death of the Individual In question A few days later the consul received this I blush to say that I cannot at present comply with your ex cellencys request tor a death certificate or the man named 1 sent my soldiers but he got away to my shame 1 shall use every effort to catch him however doINeedless to say the consul lost no time In communicating to the obliging president the Information tbat the cer tificate was undesired In view of the fact that tbe Individual was able to get away A West Indian Wife Catcher As Is customary with Indians tbe world over the Caribs are expert basket weavers and many strong and handsome baskets are to be bought in Roseau at reasonable prices If one finds the right shops writes Harriet Qulmby In Leslies Weekly A pecul inc Instrument made of basket straw and woven closely together so as to form a hollow tube ending In a tbong of twisted ends and commonly dubbed a wife catcher Is also made and sold by the Caribs By slipping tbe hollow end over a mans finger above the joint and pulling on the twisted end the catcher will tighten around the finger and the captive will be unable to release his hand It Is claimed that the Indians formerly employed this device as a handcuff for prisoners using several for each hand and lead lug the captives by the fingers Few tourists are permitted to leave Roseau without a wife catcher for which six pence Is willingly exchanged Babies Bank Accounts In Schoenberg a suburb or Berlin every baby is born with a banking account No Scboenber baby can help this even If It wants to The munici pal regulations provide tbat whenever the birth of a child Is recorded the officials of the municipal savings bank shall issue a bank book in the said bJbys name The city Itself then deposits 1 mark about 25 cents and Immediately allows interest With this nest egg the authorities believe that tbe parents of the child will bel encouraged In thrift and that the baby itself will have a fair start on the road to wealth No withdrawals are allowed In less than two years the ordinance applies tQ all JndI whether they are members of families or descended from million airesBabies are popular In Schoenberg The Lost Donkey- In Turkey they tell stories about NasredDln and his donkey Once upon a time when tbe donkey was lost Xasr edDin went about seeking It at the same time giving thanks as be went Why do you give thanks asked his friend I see no cause for thank fulness Causo enough was the prompt reply Why man alive If I had been along with that donkey Id have been lost toolNew York Tribune Use For the Anchor Captain remarked the nuisance on shipboard wbo always asks foolish questions what Is tbe object in throwing the anchor overboard Young man replied the old salt do you understand the theory of seismic disturbances Well we throw the anchor overboard to keep the ocean from slipping away in tbe fog Ohl How did you act when be proposed I sank gracefully on one knee now ridiculous What In the world did you sink on your knee forT On his knee not mine Houston Post Quito a Difference Customer Cant you give anything olr to a clergyman Tradesman Not In this Instance sir You we these goods Is different from yours These is guaranteed goods Life Love like fortune turns upon a wheel and Is very much given to ris log and falling Vanbrugh Opening Sept 30th Oct 1st RicnmonQ MiI1cy ol Fall and Winter Hats Full nndFisk Notice to Contractors Bids will be received by the under signed up to noon Friday Oct it J9Q9t for the construction of 2000 feet more pr lees of macadam road 12 feet wide and of 18000 square feet mre or less of concrete walk on the Campus of the Eastern Ky State Normal School at Richmond Kyj both according to plans fileiuSchool The successful bidder will be requir performancelater when the plans and specifica tions are received from the office of Oanddereeparate wideWILtIM I Exec lorsJSale va11ath y Properly The undersigned as executors of the will of H B Dilllngham and as agents for his heirs and devisees will on Friday Oct t6t 1909 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock offer for sale at public outcry to the1 highest and best bidder in front of the late residence of H B Dlllingbam on Main street in Richmond the following pieces of real estate located within the corporate limits of the city of Richmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick residence on West Main St lately occupied by H B ilUn ham with all the land contiguous to same containing three acres more or less The house is substantially built and handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bath and store rooms and has a superb cellar and is connected with city water and gas The property is now in good condi tion and has all necessary outbuild ing including stable ice house car riage house andhas an entrance by an alley to the rear premises from throughthe2 Also 1 acres of land located at the Intersection of the Big Hill pike and Boggs land now occupied as a residedco ty H D Rayburn this lot is improved with a substantial two story frame dwelling contains six rooms and has barn and other neces sary outbuildings 3 Two tracts of land located at the intersection of the L Nand L A Railroads The tracts of land contain about three ncres more or less and will be sod in separate parcels and would make fine sites for anykindon following terms one third cash on the 1st day of January 1910 for which securitywill be required and the residue in two equal installments due respectively in six and twelve months after the 1st day of January 1910 do ferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession will be given putchaser an d to secure payment lien will be reserved The tittle to this property is absolutely perfect and sale will be made without reservation for purpose of distribution- S HThorpe- Joe Chenault IL D Raybnrn Executors Public Sale I will expose to Public S ile on Saturday Sept 2509at 2 oclock p m on the premises on Second Street Richmond Ky EIGHT LOTS These lots will front 20 feet on Seccnd street between Main and Waterstreet and have a depth of 105 feet They are among the most desirable sites in town either for business or residence purpose They will lie soldseparately and then as a whole and the way way bringing the highest price will be made known oii day ot sale For further pal ticulars apply to John C Farley Exec Long Tom Ohenault Anct S- tForSale Fine Blue Grass Farm The nn lereigne I as executor of tie estate of James Bennett deceased will on Thursday October 14 J909 at 10 oclock r m on the premises sell at public auction the fine farm of 225 acres ot land known as the Dr Scott place situated just outside the city limits of Richmond Ky on the Tales Creek pike and within one mile of the Court house On this tarm is a firstclass twostory six room exclud ing halls anti pantry residence with large cellar stable and all other neces sary improvements The entire farm is in bluegrass and is now in the high est state of cultivation Being walnut and sugar tree land it is genuinely fitted lor raising tobacco It is abund antly supplied with water We will also at the same and place sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property viz 40 Extra good feeding cattle weighing about 1100 one mare and mule colt one mare and one mare mule 2 years old past unbroke- nTermsFarmOnethird cash balance in two equal installments due in lone and two yenta with six per cent interest from date of sale Personal property will be sold for cash For further information apply to S 0 BEET Executors vo BENNETT Long Tout Chenault auctioneer Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal vhicit we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted withour Coal and method of doing business tl t 4dr A rgIar i Town I his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but will steal your health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once Ballards Horehound Syrup it may mean consumption If you dont A cure for aUcuughl colds and chest troubles Price 25c 50c and 1 per bottle Sold by Perry h Thomasslm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable lor any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobronrsky A Narrow Escape Edgar N Bayliss a merchant of Robinsonville Del wrote About two ago I was thin and sick and coughed all the time and if I did not have consumption it was near to It I commenced using Foleys llonoy and Tar and It stopped my cough and 1 am now entirelywell and have gained twentyeight pound all due to the good results from tak ing Foleys Honey and Tar Farm For Sale Farm of 20 acres of land house of two rooms stablegood well two ponds good spring within half a mile 0 Irvine pike adjoining lands of Stagner Brothers and being on road No 111 that intersects the Kayanaugh road four miles from Richmond at E M Bond Poorhouse Letting Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Coun ty Judge up to noon October C 1009 for the furnishing of fuel and provisions to the inmates of the Madison County Poorhouse for the year 1010 Said bids are to etato how much per week for each inmate with house Bud all the farm rent free on the north side of the Richmond and Union turnpike except field now in corn The success ful bidder will be required to keep saul farm in repair and to bond with approved security for the faithful performance of his contract The right is reserved to reject anv and all bids N B TURPIN J M C 22s3t September 20 l00 Tax Notice Your City Taxes for the year 1909 are now due and in my hand for collection You are requested to call and settle On all taxes not paid on or before November list the penally prescribed by Ordinance will be at tached also interest at the rate of C percent per annum will be charged on all tax bill in my hands after Novem ber 1st 1909 Office City Hallj corner First and Irvine streets Bespt 4t T C ONEIL City Collector VHITE Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TiNIC ctvxnc or IMITATIONS THE GCNUINC PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUIS MO Sold by Perry Thomas SPRING IS R PIDL Y- APPROACHING Nothing is lain itr o pre tier for sringor summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Enibroidery Miss Eva Roberts carries a full line of materials with spingoutfit a pleased to have her friends and patrons call Srtisfaction guaranteed Regulates the iiawels promotes easy natural movcment cmes con yourdruggists J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stnnifcr Sopers Rooms 2 mid 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 298 Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt CBoggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office In Oldham Building Dr C H Mainhart1 Graduate JIcKlllIpp Vetetlnaij Ccllege of Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANBWEBED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn Samuel Stable Telephone 99 niCHMOND KY O D OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHKOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over mien alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bargln Jien- nyDENTIST Over State Bantc ITrust Company TEIEPONE 293 Dr FS Smith 6DENTIST Hpbson Building THOSE 205 t A SIi1Jh ATP anYATLA t S13HMOND EENTDOHT Ice over B4414Ea ak Trust Co ep aoeite Court Rome cmMais Street HUrtyM Bkntcc j DENTISTtui ail oiu lNfj I It i v d Supreme SOisqcionJ in every Salad made with Ferndell Salad Dressing t- It saves time and you run no chance of your Salad being a failure Its absolute j 1y pure its flavor is delicious its eco nomical because it canbe reducedwithout loss of flavor Jo 25 Cents Bottle J J TT Oovington Co Phone 72 232 West Main streeti 4r 4PLUMBING lDoctor for l I Gas and Gasoline Engines 1 I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works r for country and suburban homes 210 E Main Street Phone 619 lRICHMOND KENTUCKY Freeman Grider Real Estate Fire Life Accident and Liaoility Insurance Agentf t If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it see them f i Office over Peru Thomas Drugstore J j tf I 1 T Not In The Trust Is THE ADMIRAL IS THE BEST MOWER L THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER I KEEPS UP TO DATE On Farm Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improve t meat of farm macliires The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting apparatus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding increase in wciht not forgetting the floating frame genuine underdraft uniform tilt and all the other features that have made Valter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower this year investigate the latest The Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a progressive farmer So dont hesitate to ask us at any timethe sooner the better Douglas Simmofis i Agents tJ I J Important Announcement In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods fillI it Oat anil Less Tha CoifcV We will not carry overanythingand to move them out have slashed prices right and left Here isachance to get the best bargains ever offered Come early and get first caoice We are now receiving our immense stock of rEal1 GoodsI J l consisting of every new creation in Women 8 iWear and must make room for tlie geocls We houht them at very low ifores and can sell them 10tlrertam youcan find the sam qality elsewhere II j2 B Walker0 t lLuTL Jjl a 4 ifJ Jd II iiJifiFIrL ZI J e S S IS 1rtTrI rL L f Sp ln- glugsI I Brussels Von Velvets and I 9x 12 Axminster Best asI fitt J i t thisIchase I I I BENNETT and HIGGINS I r Hurniture arid ndertakingI StreetIj II TH NKABOUT THIS il c j Ir 0 jlf A illL AX you afford to delay matters F what avail is nation procastiI T bestIn a tew weeksjprices will be ET us therefore your order now haeIGET IN YOUR COAL NOWfWe Deliver Quickly Telephone IIOt Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tno exclusive sale Awtrial order will convince you that youiour prices are no higher possibly less H Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B H Luxon Bro Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar Sl2il First class kindling for sale Richmond Cooperage Co 921 tf The Richmond Steam Laundry al your service Call or ring 52 For Sale ttciormick Husker and six roll Shredder used one year and guaran tee do H IltiW Price on applica hun J N Camden 3 Versailles Ky Excursion Sunday T Itc N will run another excur sion to Cincinnati next Sunday train caving UiciiVuonii dnpotnt 620 Fare for tlm roilill trip oniy 175 Wneat Land For Rent At ou 1G3 acre of good wheat land tot re i 10 via corn Will rent as PI n who r In parcels For particulars li or JOB CHENAULT I 4 Richmond Ky 1ThePotter Shoe Co I 0will exhibit a corn FallIji Hotel on Fr ay October 1st We cx ted a most ror imi invitation to the people of Richmond to call and in- specti game t Edvvi Franken in 2harge Very Latest Styles I have just returned from the cities with an elegant line of- Embroideries 0Stamping Patterns- Etc and invite the ladies to call and see them All newest creations and beautiful in design a Mrs Ed Cornelison 517 North Street Our Prescription Departmemt is conducted undera system which in sures absolute accuracy We would no more think of giving yon a subati i tutod drug in if tan we would think o handing yon counterfeit coin in uhaiiiTf Iour opinion the counter feit medicine is Jen worse than the coin Bring your prescriptions here and theyll be filled exactly as the doc I ilto orders WHi t It WINO tih I Around Town Pure apple vinegar at Jas B Parks 146 FIrst SI it DemocratsRegister Tuesday Louisville won the base ball pennant and local lane are happy Two nice rooms for rent with board Mrs J T Palmer phone 633 tf Dr Giles Harris bought 150 acreS of land from Tevis Rayburn price pti vale Mr Seth W Tudor has the thanks of ye editor for a lot of the best potatoes raised in Madison this year As a garderner he has no superiors R D Campbell the wellknown contractor and builder is superintend ug the erection ot a large tobocco barn ar W T Kins near Paint Lick Mrs Cassidy and the ladies of ttfe acuity of Madison Institute will be at homu on the second Saturday of each month from three to five pm If not previously sold privately 1 ill at 2 oclock Monday in court house yard sell at auction a number of pieces of household furniture Rev 0 A Tague What is there funnier than a good old homespun rural play and to lovers of this class of stage fun we advise to see A Pair of Country Kids ct the Opera House Thursday Sept 30th Rev C A Tague pastor of the Methodist church has been transferred by Conference to the church at Highland Ft Thomas He will be succeeded here by Rev Crutch tield CUAKKK Henry the tenyearold son of Prof J D Clark died in Lexington Sunday after an illness of youngboyhim The family have deep sympa thy in their loss The remains were brought to Richmond for interment Special Millinery Display GagebatsIt Buys Mules For City N Ii Death rnge boughtof Judge Il burnam a pair of work mules price 400 The mutes al e exception ally Rood ones and lirA for the city Judge Rice Home Judge tf C Rico has just returned from M Jackson where be went for lulief train rheumatism The Climax is glad to note a great improvement in is condition To Build Nice Dwelling Jeff Stone has been awarded the con tract to build a handsome residence on Woodland avenue for Mr C B Eng Iishof Pennsylvania Work will gin immediately Opening Thursday and Friday We call attention to advertisement of Ji V Elder announcing opening of Fall and Winter millinery next Thurs day and Friday Remember the dates and dont fail to atten- dNewspaper Men A very important meeting of Eighth District newspaper men will be held at the Leland Hotel in Lexington Saturday and it is important that every quilldriver be there Abner Captured Leonard Abner said to have been connected in the murder of James Lane near Berea last summer was arrested by detectives in Oklahoma last week and returned here where he will be tried Buys Nice Property Mrs R J Patton has purchased the residence of T S Mitchell on North Broadway In Lexington opposite the Transylvania University price S8GOO It is a beautifnl place And one of the most desireable in Lexington Chilly Days Sunday was bright but the cutting wind blew all day It waa very dis agreeable and overcoats were numer ous At church the scent of the moth ball gave evidence that many of list winters flannels had been dug out Big Times InStore Great preparation are being made frtlue picsic to be given at Pioneer Ball Park next Thursday the SOtlil A big time is in store for all Many aha letic features have been arranged auld thetlay will be made an enjoyable one f Two Slow Games- A base ball team from Lancaster came up Saturday and played two games with local lads The visitors won the the first the second oinlCto the locals Tha games were wltBeBscd by a very small crowd stud wre asinlwetibft WI IljWU zii 1It NewFall WinterSuits I 1 THE FOR tDTt JKr 1Ot Y X a K J = I Call up C W Cobb KyforCountry Bacon Coun tryLardthe kind your mother had Phone 2462 To Gallispie Farm Mr Vii King of Garrard county has moved to the tiallispie farm near Paint Lick Mr King and his splen did family will be warmly welcomed in that n uliborhood Rare Old Furniture We call attention to tho advertise ment hitbis Ine of the Climax of Harry Allen who is going to sell a lot of line stock household and other fur niture handmade and very rttre It is very handsome and will attract a large cro d of bidders The sale takes placeon premises Thursday I Few Get It TheSupreme Court of New York has decreed that a wife is only entitled to halt of a husbands earnings Kent ckys highest court has not been ask ed to adjulicate the question but when it does it will likely decide that the women are right in taking all their earnings as they are accustomed to Kentucky Gazette Voted Down The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in session last week at Paris voted down the report of the Committeeon Tem perance The policy of the conference a6cordingkto the substitute adopted will be to fillaw the lines of the Anti Saloon League on account ot its nonpartisan character Court Day Monday- It is expected that a very large crowd will be in town next Monday There is a good demand for all kinds of stock especially mule colts and the pens and street will be lined IJusi flea whit the farmers is especially good right now antI this reminds us that in case you have a spare dollar or two In your jeans it would be a mighty good time to drep in and pay your subscription to The Climax We needbut you know what we mean Ends Ifer Life The community was greatly shocked Sunday morning when it was learned that Miss Elizabeth Hawkins had taken her own life at the residence ot Tier brotherinlaw Prof Grinstead She had been in poor health lor1 some time anti it is believed that despon dency over this feet led to the act es there was no other reason therefore The remains were taken lo her horns lit Elkton Monday Miss Hawkins was well known in Richmond and had made many friends among our people Election Ordered The City Council met the School Board at city hell Monday evening and after thorough discussion it was ordered that a vole be taken at the November election upon the Issu of 2500 worth of bonds for the purpose of putting the muchneeded additions to the public school buildings The great need in fact the necessity of these additions was fully set out In Prof Coates1 arrlo in last Issue IM the Climax and our readers are well aware ot the fact that the wattermast be attended to at once The amount r needed is a mere pittance when its is considered and Th- ecltx is satisfied that the bonds will to YtfcwMsf f Tetwh ltelnR aajori it j Sermon The regular communion services will be held at tim First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at usual hour On Sunday evening Dr Smith will preach his farewell sermon as pastor of the church The College Boy This bright snappy fast and tunny comedy comes to the Grand Opera House Friday night Oct 1st It is one of thefbest on the roadand will be a treat for lovers of a genuine novelty of a plot with splendid acting singing and dancing The company carries a fine bandend orchestra Enjoyable and Profitable Quite a number of our people attended the state meeting of members of the Christian churches at Lexington last week The attendance was large and many splendid addresses were made as well as most inie esting facts and figures brought out showing the wonderful growth of the church and its splendid condition Rev and Mrs Hugh McLellanof this city were on the program in different features of the proceedings Interesting Article Through the kindness of Miss Ann DeJarnett The Climax is enabled to reprint the able paper she recently prepared and read Seforo the Boones boro Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution The paper was so well preDared md contained so much information that The Climax decided to publish it in full The first installment is printed in this issue the remainder to appear from time to timeDemocratsRegisterTuesday Masonic Election Richmond Chapter R A M at regu lar election selected the following officers for the ensuing vear R C Stockton high priest J C Morgan king A M Davison scribe G A Knuckle captain of host Geo W Goodloe principal eoujourncr W Neal Bennett royal arcn captain J A Higgins secretary T T Uoviugton treasurer Geo D Simmons 3rd veil t JaB W Wages 2nd veil Jas T rnId1st veil E D Ballard sen tinel Dr Smith To Leave Dr J Addison Smith has tendered his resignation as pastor of the First Presbyterian church in this city and will leave in a few weeks tor Murfrees boro Tenn at w iich place he has ac cepted the call as pastor of a large church lie will only preach at the local church next Sunday and Sabbath following It is with much regret that ourpooplo part with Dr Smith as be has dune much good in our own and made friends Who Jltliko to see him leave He is a minister of rare ability a cloaa student and a pulpit orator few equals He is greatly beloved I ere and our people wish tor him a happy and successful life in his new home Many New Autos The handsome automobile of H B Banner has arrived and is belnggreat ly admired It is ai Buick and was bought ftnm the local dealers Messrs Scanlau Hurst It is a fortyhorse powes beautifully quIpped and handsomely painted and is unques tionably the most attractive in this section of the State Ur V H Hobson agent for this Studebaker has just received and delivered handsome care to Messrs R1 Turjoy T H Collins Bud Dr O S Holloa They are elegant raTS and have also been much admired He has several other orders for these cars which will arrive in a few days Ricfaatond will th fl hftYS mere attltimoMlM ifenafcMy taM iL L IJ ito The Kenton MakeA Select Yours Early Before the Best Are Sold As sure as fate early buyers get the prettiest Suits they skim the cream and let the other fellows have whats left Our stock is now at its bestour tables piled high with the seasons choicest fabrics and newest styles Now is the time to buy if you would choose to best advantage Quality guaranteed in every suit and prices reasonable 1 OOO 1250 1500 1800 20K0022R50 2500 if New Hanan and WalkOver Shoes New Fall Overcoas New Hats Shirts Ties Etc One Price to allp 1 BAIKJSTORE QUALITY J importance Farewell Good Job For Schooler Mr Win F Schooler well known in Richmond where be worked for several years has been given the posi thou of advertising manager of a big sanitarium at Shelbyville Indiana and has charge of a large force of men Billy is A hustler and will succeed Taken Up As Estray Two black shoals weight about 50 pounds each Came to my place about two mouths ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying chargesSept 9 09 Jno J Todd 4t TerziJl Ky Grows In Popularity Attendance moving picture shows in Princess Rink has increased to such extent time the management has been ompolled to buy another outfit and open a seperato place for the colored folks will be given a good shrew The Princess Rink is crouded with white people every night Regsitration Day Democrats should bear in mind next Tuesday the 6th is registration day and let nothing prevent going to their voting places and registering While the Democrats have every reason to beleive they will win hands down yet they should work with the Same vim as though one vote would change the re sult The rads are cunning set and depend upon a still hunt so register next Tuesday and be ready to vote- D nt forget this Big Tobacco Business The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co has rented the immense ware house near L A depot and is now iu charge of same and receivin to bacco It is estimated that five million pounds of tobacco is raised in Madison county and it is the belief that con sidering the splendid facilities for handling and the fact that highest prices will be paid that twothirdsof this tobacco will pass through this warehouse gentleman well posted said to The Climax that he believed tobacco would trin j as good prices this year as Isst and If pooled he know it would The renting of the local house means much good for Richmond and the growers iu the county A piano for u song and The Climax will sins the song for you fcee offer elsewhereLaw Works Well The truant law is again proving the faSt that it is one of the best placed on our statute books in recent yeara En forced as it is by Truant Officer Cooney Nell the Increase at the schools is very noticeable and children are neves seen loafing about the streets As stated in a recent issue of The Climax the law forces parent and guardians to place the children in school and prescribes a penalty for failure todo 60 The law Is working great good Bro Barnes Books Two books b7 Mr Barnes are now published one a Catechism ot Truth 100 questions and answers paper- bound price 10 cents the other four sermons cloth bound price forty cents Proceeds from sale of these books will be used to publish tO other books by Mr Barces equally as interesting The latter areTeady for the press and subscriptions will be gladly received Send to Mary B Craig box 161 Stanford Ky FBENCII Saw WM received Sunday oi the death of Mrs R L French who died Saturday fct her home in Pcnsa cola Florida Before marriage she WAS Miss Perl Collier and was a resident of Florius Mr frwch moved to to Florida tome yers ago and married Xiii Olhi1n tbi fatc Haw wen ktwflftt I1Mit Cad JM fittfty frlwls itt tI t 0 d tI Business Change The firm of fctanifer Soper has been dissolved Mr Stamter buying the interest of Mr Soper MrStani fer will continue the business at the old stand handling large stocks of clothing mens and boys furnishing boots shoes otc He is a fine man The Climax bespeaks bUBineesII unbounded success He is everything Business Change Mr J II Kennedy has severed his connection with Golden Flora of this city and accepted a position as representative of Peter Utirghard Stone Co of Louisville This firm is ac knowledged to be the largest stone company in the South and their work is In all the leading cemeteries ot tine country Being now with this weI known anti reliable firm Mr Kennedy is in position to give cus tomers tho very highest class of work at reasonable prices and furthermore he cnn guarantee that the work will be delivered when promised ills headquarters are in Richmond and be wilt be glad to furnish estimates to any needing tombstones or monuments or lily kind of stone or marble work It Sudden Death Ills many friends here were greatly shocked Monday morning to hoar of the death of Capt Jas B Douglass the popular L X conductor He passed through this city in charge of the live oclock train Sunday and was in the best of health and spirits He felt no pain hut when the train was belween Falmouth and Cincinnati he suddenly foil into a seat and expired within less time than a minute The CovingtonI br09ghtbackafternoon at two oclock He was Past Commander of Richmond Knights Templar and this body will meet the train this afternoon pro ceed to the Richmond Cemetery where the burial will take place Capt Douglass was a very popular man and Is survived by his wife and five children His death was duo to heart disease The Roark Memorial Fund At the Kentucky Educational As sociation in June 1909 at Eatill Springs a movement was started to raise a fund known as The Roark Memorial Fund for the purpose of erecting a suitable memorial to the memory of the late Dr Rune Nevil Roark President of Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Who departed this life April 14 1009 andshrose remains rest in the beautiful cetnetnry at Rich mond Ky Ir Roark has hundreds of of students and friends in Kentucky and elsewhere who desire to con tribute something to perpetuate the memory of their beloved teacher and friend The following provisions were made by the K EA First That the amount be at least 2500 Second That the depository be the State Bank and Trust Co Richmond Ky1 Third That all remittances be sent to Supt T J Coates Richmond Ky Fourth That in order to make this an offering of the people no single individual shall contribute a greater sum than S3 Tine desiTe is toy have the above amount fully raited bj April 1st 1010 County and City Superintendents and PrinCipalswlll please call the attention of their teachers to thTi Memorial For furtk r prtieakw or details Writ te PH r It Bottbe tl-1li 1itYi Little Personals Mr and Mrs L P Evans are re calving congratulations upon the ar rival of a sweetfaced little girl who arrived at their home Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Fount Wrinkler are also the proud parents of a little girl who came to their home Thursday Trains March 1st A special from Frankfort says through trains from Beattyville to Frankfort will be running by March 1st if the present plans of the Louis ville and Nashville railroad are car ried out One of the highest officials of theload is given as authority for this statement Work on the exten sion of the Kentucky Highland road recently purchased by tli3 L and N will begin in thirty days and will be rapidly pushed This completes the link between Versailles the present terminus of the L and A and Frank fort In regard to the recent protest against the buying of the road by the L and N the special says that instead of giving any opinion or doing any talking Judge James Kreathitt Attor ney General will file suit to prevent the Louisville and Nashville railroad from acquiring the Louisville and At lantic railroad should he decide that the purchase otthe Louisville and Atlantic is illegal Judge Brcthitt has not made up his mind on the subject Successful Year Assured ITbe 190910 term of Madison lust tute gives every evidence of being the most successful in recent years ancl the largo attendance of both boarders and day students is a testimonyof the faith the people have in the well known institution Prof Cassidy and his corps of able assistants When tho session opened the enroll ment showed a lar attendance than has been enjoyed in recent years and the fact that more students have entered since that time proves that our people will have every reason to be glad the services of Prof Cassidy were secured The building has been overhauled from cellar to garret and the students have every comfort and convenience that a modern school affords As stated in The Climax some time ago Prof Cassidy is one of the bestequipped men in the State and his sterling ability Is well known all over Kentucky He is surrounded br thd best assistants money can employ and the years work will be a success beyond any question of doubt Special attention has been given to the music depart ment which is in charge of Misses Porter and Gotlip With now Instruments and these capable teachers this important feature will prove a great success Our people are justly proud ot Madison Institute and will do all in their power for its main tainance Sept Was Well Known Here Robert M West of Lancaster whose serious illness was noted In last issue of The Climax died Friday night the funeral taking place in that city Sun day afternoon Mr West was well boughthiempindpast He was a young man respected and beloved by all who knew him He was Honorable honest and straightforward in his dealings and never took the slightest advantage of anyone He will be missed by onr farmers to whom he always paid the highest prices for their products His many friends In this city are deeply grieved over his death DEATHSIBoocs Mrs Jas H Boggs of Nicholasville died at her home in that longitinessloved by many people in this city being a sister of Mr W W Pigg and having other relatives here Sho was a prominent church worker and took an active part in the Nicholasville Chapter Daughters of the jnfederacy The remains were brought to Rich mond for burial Saturday many accompanyingthe pallbearers Warning Dont open letters not addressed to you The penalty is 200 fine and can not be evaded When you get a letter from the postoflice be sure it is ad dressed to you before you open it Tha department has issued orders for tho strict enforcement of the law and flno of 200 will be assessed for each ofTensu and a plea of mistake will not help any The law is absolute and is being rigid ly enforced Democrats Register Tuesday Good Roads The BosworthWyatt Good Roads Bill amending the constitution is meeting with much favor in this section where such things are badly needed and we think the mountains of Ken tucky will roll up a heavy majority in its favor Any thing for the betterment of our highways should be encouraged Good roads bring business social inter course with the neighbors education and breadth of mind There are somo objections to it mainly because the amonnt of money to be expended will produce grafters This ought to be and can be obviated by a proper bill to be drawn alter the passage of the amend ment placing the expenditure of their money in the hands of a nonpartisan board of highclass business men Pineville Sun Madison County Hardware COMPANY == of Richmond Ky i J Hardware Stoves v Farming Implements t j GLW GOODLOE 203 West Main Street Telephone 33 A PROFUSION OF FALL FASHION HINTSI30Wednesday and at our Oct 1 II Fli Millinery 0mnMj I A Fascinating Display Worthy of the Careful Observation of Every Admirer of Tasteful aJ Stylish Millinery tirecleverestgiaceintoEiV j E L lfJ IiJ R i liii it 4 or Tj T r J 4 toJ O 1 1 ii B Stouffer 1 Established Tailoring Richmond Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Thomas Eclcctric Oil Takes the stingout of outs burns or bruises at once Pain can not stay where it is uso- oStrayedi t tJ1rom my farm on August 15i 3 year old bay horse mule about 15 hands high Reward offered OFiatk Richmond Ky- 2t Route 8 A ommon Error Many peopla delude themselves by saying hIt will wear away when they notice symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble This isa mistake Take Folisys Kidney Remedy and stop the drain on tho vitality It cures backache rheumatism kidney and bladder trouble and makes every trace of pain veakness ami urinary trouble disappear Why suffer longer andrisk hiving rights disease or diabetes di SPECIAL 1- E1ibtI OF THE = GLOBE AI8 TIGHT HOT BLAST at Our Store onI Oober 4 Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stovewith half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stove at an Honest Price See it in You will like it I SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY W DBuckleyCOEAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY rcTh Ip-i Sterling r Clothes fARE THE BEST t F itSSS i Bench Tailored R Wear Guaranteed pttojd Shrink or Fade p years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from v Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etcat lowest prices for high class goods iJ I Oldest Clothing and House in MONDAY operation P HOTO GRAPHS of the children pictures for their friends pictures for your family and your wifns pictures for you and the children both to look on in future years and bring back the childhood days again We take them nnd tnke them so well that they pitch all the charms preserve them for you andITeScMegel l Mdiaughey IoberleyJ Fully Guaranteed It is satisfactory to know that any article rurchased is tally guaranteed by tho company Such is the casn with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs S A Deatherace who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Dealkerage is prepared to fit any size ft unscrupulousimitators hove that tho imitation pills are as good as DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back in ilammation of the bladder urinaiy complaintsAnyand Bladder Tills as directed in per SoldbyFor Sale For wall paper see B Juett t Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable theyhave Stainllep Soperij As we must vacate the building we now oc cupy fprrepairs we will offer what we haveI left of our entire stock at 12 Priceand less We have over 2000 pairs of all kinds of mens womens boys and misses Shoes in good condition We also have 100 mens and boys Overcoats quite a lot of mensheavy Underwear odd Trousers mens Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flan 1 v nel Shirts Neckwear Etc Wehope to get f our building repaired and bi able to resume business with a new stocfcby SJpvembcr 1 a4 Stanifer SoperJ IKchmond rKei1tt L F h i Pou iYP I Huguenot Settlement in America Continued from lag 1 thus an micester tf Hon Robert 0 Wfntbrop A eon James fcytfioni wna the FrHiiid of Washington and Franklin Anotlrer ton John Bow doin removed to the Eastern shore of Virginia about 1700 His grand tuiirlitcr was thwife oi PiofaPsor George Tucker of the TJuivesity if Vir cfiiiaOtier members of this family occupied high positions of trust in tire State of Virginia There are various grants of land of record in the Virginia Land Registry to Jacob John James and Francis Flouruoy Thomas Stanhope PloWrnoy was a nember of Con ree rum Vii ginia 18471850 Whig Candidate for Governor in iSCO and member of the Virginia Convention in 1SOO1861 Hon Henry w Flourneyf the present Secretary of the CoHiBtoHWealth of Virginia Mathew Jowett patented large tracts of laird in Hanover in 1732 Captain Jack Jottelt by hard riding in May 1781 auprised the fugitive w filature thon sitting at CharlotisVUte Virginia of the approach of the British under Tarleton au J thus prevented their capture The rvlce was acknowledged by a resolution of thanks passed June 12 1781 and the presentation of au elegant sword and a pair of pistols Aeon of Captain JacK Joueit the late Mathew JoutfU of Louisville Kentucky ill said to ban equaled inability Gilbert Stuart Q a portrait puinter It is claimed that the name was originally Da Jouett The family Do CnxeirovQ was an old and respected one iu the South ot frntrcei the name and history fcegan vith a knight srho in tbo year ladded the name to his baptismal pollation adopted ahuew castto us his coatoiaruis and styled fctimelf Sleur Cazenove Several knights of the name engaged iu the crusades During the reign of Henry IV Guilliane DeCoSenove was entitled Admiral But during the religious troubles from the time of the Relorma ANaiteapoverished Some ot them fled to Swiizirliud Paul Cazjuove married Marie Plntitnmore of Kqyons and his three sons weiu admitted Cit 811S of Geneva Joan the eldest Ion of 1ierro Cazetiove married EIiabetli daughter oi Jacob Brecs nt thctor Of Theology and President ot the Consistory Paul Cjzenow the eon of Jean Was so unfortunate as to live in llie lays of the French Revolution and he and his two Sins Jean Autoine and Autoine Cuarlea Vrere imprisoned with several oi tlib Genovese Aristocracy and his wife was kept under guard at Mont onUof Lake Geneva They were tried before the Revolu tionary tribunal and were condemned to death Hut fortunately just at this time Robespierre Was overthrown and the work ot death was stayed Being obnoxious to the JalUbln both having been educated at the military schools of Caluiar in Germany the two brothers in Company with Albert Gallintin sail d to this country to await morn quiet times for Jean had been n military instrucor and 1ader of the aristocracy and Charles had once held a commiEslou iu tim unfortunate Swiaa bodyvKjAnl ot Lnuit XVI Tha brothers married in this country eislcrts the daughters of JolugoefromEurope were stilled Jean returned to Geneva and died leaving no male issue Antoine Charles took up his residence about the year 1709 in Alexandria Virginia where as a polishedChristian lifo highly respected His deceudants are numerous and widely scattered from Massachusetts to Georgia Another branch of the family settled TteophulnCazenove United States led over a colony of Hollanders to Central New York which settled in and around the town Cazenove j practicedVirginia during tho first quarter of onlydaughterMarshall of the Our of Vice Ad mirality of Virginia Her son Jonn Tyler the lather of President John lyler ws tOrn February 28 1717 and died Jan 01813 He was successively DelegatesJadgeof the State and Judge of the United States District Court for Virginia Tho name Coutesse survives only as Yirglnlabutnames of TylaY SiJawell Bouldin Greanhow and other similarly e teemed Elward Jarquelin descendant oft protestant relugeo from La Vendee France during the reign of diaries IX of the same lineagaas the noble of La Roche JacquelSn came familyS ciniain 1G97 settled at Jamestown married Mifs Gary of Warwick count and died in 1730 He died as he had lived one of the wealthiest men of the colony The descendants have intermarried with the families of Baylor Byrd RandolphWiekham Another family of note in Virginia was that of Lacy probably DeLacy originally one descendant B T Lacy was the chosen chaplain of Gen T J Stonewall Jackson Con federate States Array and another was a chaplain of Northern Virginia Two daughters of this family married Pres byterlan ministers The elderbecame the wife of Samuel DavIes Holo the son of Rev Moses liege D D Pro VJrsdnlaSynodministry The elder was the distinguish DruyHoAobyterian church Richmond Virginia WilliamJames PetersburgVaRev James H Brooks and reared one son tor the ministry who is now pastor of n church in St Louis Mo Paul Micou was a fugitive from Nantes He had a daughter Judith who mjirrled Lansford Lomaxwhp was father of Judge John Taloe Lomax so 10l and favorably bnoiwn in the Vjr ginia Courts Rev John Monci re the progenitor oftho worthy fauiilj of the name vaeoC HogoeBQt deacon One of liia daughters Jea who bylIturbunh lu P Itb M thu wutili t 3 5fl J J t KEEPING the quality of your goods 11 ecret is what- yOu f U1- It1tsh when you ddnt ad vertis thi- E You know theybest to do i fe tothr i Plt the general public are they fnfozinedl Tell keepit f gt Let the light shifts through the columns of this paper byWNUJ Virginia Another honored descendant was th It IIicliardppeals of VirglnIsINotkfc to Cledltors All perrons having elaitert aghiist the estate of i J liouglos decnebed Ire requested to file feame properly veri t6d to uDdSrsigtud within 50 days from this date Those indebted to sbte ate requested to call and settle same Mrs TL Djjugas Admx Sept 8 1009 581 Dont Die On ThlrdbiMaybe you are riot a bascbatlcfank Mavbe sonic at the tin talk dont appeal to you But Whatever you are and however you feel about it we want you to read this It struck the town ot Detroit all right Detroit has a base ball club tlmt has a habit of winning game and ittaybe this kindof bate ball editorial apeals to the Detroit peo ple more than o1 her people At any rate it is good stulf Read it and think about it youhaventyour mind that you wont die on third Its the difference between success and failure The hero of the incident related It Gearge Monarity of the Detroit base c 3allthirdwith two men out beat the ban fioni the pitcher i hand to the catch o e preeiItdAll the worlds a baseball diamond says the Detroit Nowa You are one of the players Perhaps you have reached first by your own efforts It maybe tlmt the sacrifices of jour par Anti or friends have enabled you to naoli second Thin on Eomconts Iongllj into the business orlda fly that was not long enough to prevent him aoing oUtor someonetj fluke on the rules ol simple morality and equate dealing you have advanced to thiid The opposition against you at third is stronger than at either first or second At third you are to be reck oned with Your opponents converge all their attention on you Pitchers and catchers eoache8 flint oppcsi ng tans are watching to tip oil your plans and frustrate them From third you become either a spUndid success or a ilismal failure Uont die on third What are you d inta win the score that life is ready to mark up against your name Third base has no laurefs on which you can rest What are you doing on third Are yon wai SupposeIf you placa f your dependence on someone else his failure spells your Waitingflrnothing turns up bat the thumbs of die thousands Of men who wntch you may turn down and make you a per manent fiiure Moriarity wouldnt nave scored had he waited for Mullin didnt hit the ball and that run was ibsoluiely nec sjary to save the game riierun was gained in an untneosur tble fraction of tim but the ditfer suce between success and mimic is secondsDont Perry Thomas are pleased to announce to customers that they have secured the agency forZemo the best known remedy for the positive and permanent cure of Pimples everyform useIsnyformstroying the germ that causes the disease leaving a clean healthy skin Perry Thomas will gladly show you proof of many remarkable CUtes made oy Zemo FINE w Ptt combinatiopyou tLIdelicatea merciless rubbing here or the uso of strong soaps eWOormeUiot3while thorough are gentle removing iBJUrIindie tons Nd qty Lid4- T v Mt a Q I- iI TT dlih 8 mm- REGISTERIOCKEORBIA QRREZPONDECC 5OLtClTJ t wHer li tlit t reprinted iI1 flll ijpeclai pennbxlon THE TiME FOR ACTION The most appropriate dine to bilk ar oit good seeU corn It hbt March 1 when the UmiJ for testing It Is at hand but the few week preceding Oct 15 during which time the choicest and earliest maturing ears can be secured and thoroughly dried and cured before heavy freezes take place White nt the Job It la well to secure moro than one needs for hlinsclr fot sotod hapless fellow Itt dll robablllty will Hot take the htieessaiy tirCcautioris and toxt spring wilt be aniloiis to gtit lid surp1 s iCU ahd bay a gbbd bHce ttr it ilife sceti tars hlioultt bb hung fa ii vtti Vchtilateli bpeh shed sonthenl fciposuro preferable When thorouglily it ina be stored In a ft cb d htomrcnt1onaltire bans in sittings til bout twenty tt Atii belDg fastened at the mid tile and crisscrossing the one above itj The strings of ears should then b hung up where the mice cannot febl at them and where they will not drnli- moisture during the wlnttt months To bo on thIn safe side It is well to sVoVe the ears where they will not bo subject to severe cold In tho fall SE lection of seed ears not only should tho time of maturity of the ear be consid ered but Its sbape outward appear ance of kernels and general thriftiness It should be even rowed and the kernels should cover the tip as completely as possible A detailed study of tbo kernels IB bit delayed until nrjXt Bprlbg at lestlhg Umtn when cart hav I kcllitbi which are not Ultimir to tIlt witlitJiosity Professor IToideh tub great cbfU werohcIiulbre would be done to Increase the yield of corn than would be possible In any other way HOW HE SAVED HIS CROP Last spring at blossom time when growers In many sections of the west trylogburning6tCn their orchards a fruit ranch owner allcyIhof these plans and failed decided that What was needed most In illS orchard reczlliliome fifty Jstiiall irs of fit cord wood in about nine acres nights when the thermometer dropped to the danger point and by this means sUccebdbd In keeping the temperature up some 12 degrees The fuel and labor cost per nIght bjt this protection was 5 or jibout 05 cents per acre An Interest fug feature of this case Is the fact that the fires which were kept burn Ing In this orchard saved the blossoms hi orchards on three adjoining sides from three to five rows back from the fence That the ranchman In question was paid for his pains Is shown In the tact that there arc now hanging on his trees from 3500 to 4000 boxes of zholce Newtowns Spitz and Ben Davis which will net him from 2 to 3 i boreSo well did this simple plax work that others should know of It SOME FEEDING EXPERIMENTS The Illinois experiment station has been making some exhaustive tests In the feeding of steers While the full details of the experiments have not been made public some genoral results have been announced One conclusion arrived at Is that the quantity of the teed given affects materially the pro portion of the feed digested by the ani mals that Is the more feed given the less proportionately was digested one lot receiving 20 per cent less of the same food than another making 2 per ccht larger gain in flesh Another tact demonstrated was that beeves can be fattened upon a relatively low protein ration which means economical meat production This one point of cconom operationLa U by every feeder who without much extra trouble could carry out much the same tests as those Indicated above and prove the value of them from his own experience POOR SCHOOLS AND DIG BARNS tooIhouse and grounds are the most ill kept and slovenly In appearance and he teacher the most prepared for tier Work and poorly paid In districts Where one sees the biggest barns the most hogs In tot and cattle in pasture It might be ndded too that It Is usually In districts of this description where the boys nnd girls are kept from school on almost any pretext and from which they dig out for more congenial sar routidtnsrs just ns soon as they cnn tarn their own way This condition referred to Is a wretched and short sighted perversion of the relative 1m portanee of things and ought to be rightedF J Yeager TIlE UPTODATE i JEWELER Second Street opp Court Hous- eLarge and complete stock of iWatchcSt Clocks DiamondsJewelry Silverware Eyeglasses ycail especial Uttetotioa to repairingAUJtlUfgtt a schwOa a tety hot afternoon a ouasbw It tOtttki town chaps who didnt seem to have much to do were tewog ill- tbe chairs In front of a leading hotel Several traveling med catae out ot the hotel and finding all of the bnlra bccMplcd looked abd spoke thlsgs that WollldV go roll in polite society uLeffl dumb A few of them out pt1tgated oflt Hold on a minute replied another Watch me gdt It chair With that iIt Walked otet to one of the loungers ind Id the mast courteous way said 4Will8 d stofo ncfoss yoetftbbank itlicethere tWo corbels aWfly Thats the postoffice wits the f j tl7ttlentMI do eaid the lounger Well then replied the traveling wanMrm a guest at this hotel and paying for accommodations Suppose you get up and give me that chair He got the chain Kansas City sour nal IVtettea cf Humor the Tdtflplo of Art devoted to that peculiar form of entertainment yclept bolltb vaudeville1 Was crowded to BuirbtttUon as Messrs flIt abd hang tile Ktibtd sketch tcnm and sldewaiu conversationalists stepped jdnbtlly to the footlights IU response to the d af enlng dpplausfe lirjssrs Blft dtid ddtJg bowed ctHidoseendibfely its tHoUgll it further pniliiriinafy JiF BUr hit his partner on the rear of tils ample trousers witH ii sfiiiteti cHili remarking Its a ftlSb rEdfJ tHUf knows his owii mind Anil Mr JJahg hot to be outdone lu IMrwise man that minds his own nose Whereupon the Intelligent audience screamed with delight and voted Biff and Bang the best ever And yet they were a frost in the l ondon halls commented a man in tbe front row The English have no apprecia tion ot teal humor inlladelpula Ledger A kay C mpiomlsa What a beautiful little baby lie US fciclalintid the HeigbBor who hail called fie snit sit mobtbs old yet either said the proud young mother and he weighs over twenty pounds What have you named him Well hesitated the mother Henry and I differed a little about that He wanted to give him one name and 1 wanted to give him another but we finally compromised and agreed to call him John Wesley I see You named him after the great founder of Meth No Indeed quickly Interrupted the mother That name as I sold Is a compromisesThe John Is for John Calvin and the Wesley Is for John Wesley Oh 1 sceYoutba Companion Queer Claret A party of miners calling at an Inn In Uangollen during the absence of the landlord were stiowu into the list robrn Mich bn his retiirrj caused lilra to remonstrate His wife however explained that a lot of money had been spent and that seven bottles of claret had already been drunk Claret said he Why I sold the last bottle the other day Youve been giving em catchupFrom Random Recollections of a Commercial Tray eler Salad Rolls Materials One dozen fresh Parker House rolls one cupful of cold chick en one cupful of chopped celery and enough mayonnaise to mix well Way of Preparing Open the rolls and scoop out a pocket In each Brush with butter and run In the oven for a few minutes Cool and 811 with a mixture of the other ingredients Place on a bread plate and garnish with fringed celery National Food Maga zinc I Some Consolation A detective once said it was all wrong to suppose that the professional housebreaker works with coolness and calculation On the contrary be usual ly works In terror and haste takes too much swag from one room and too little from another and sometimes overlooks tile silver In carrying off the electro London Saturday Review Source of Supply Gone Why dont you bring out an umbrella on a drenching day like this Inquired a man of a neighbors son Since father gave up his club hes never brought homo any more um brellas replied tho IadPhlladelphla Inquirer Good Reason Well Johnny do you wish you were a mnn1IYou bet I doIBut why So people wouldnt ask me such fool qucstlousExchangeMuddlcd She Of course Im not as old as you think I am brthatPlain Dealer A Difficult Task The Man Do you think you could learn to love me darling The Darling I dont know I might I IcarneJ Greek when I was a glrL Illustrated Bits Ky Carr aga Work B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Rod Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest Testifies AlterFear Years Carlisle Center NY G B Bur hams writes About four years ago I wrote you that I had been entirely cured of kidiey trouble by taking two RemedyItsedietand pals and all thosymp tOMb of kidMy trouble disappeared ndaHer lon years 1 urn again ptakwd toKa etlaat I kv never rptODJIIIn r14 Ittt r- W pi v 1 f j TriiiiLw lit L miuiiiisssafluuiiiHimii I 0 Dont the mind yardssell goods the samp prices Theres blways better stockedand closer priced othersVespecially in- Lumber ancLBuilding Material 1IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIU in and letus convince u ours is yard your perplexities will end and your wants satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt worth trying ED BL4NTON COMANY Telephone 425 L A Depot I TODD SON +i 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