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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f w S bhE R1CH 0NO CLIMAX Section co 11 VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 NUMBER 18 11 I WALL PAPER l BROWERS otI J I FtLL- a SURPRISE r See Ad on Section 2i4bA a C F Brower Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY r When in Need of Plastering or Concrete MATERIAL SEE BURNSIDf ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed t We Sell May Manton PatternsI 1 Oc Each he Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from and up to date lane and get an uplodate paper hanger Enormous Contract Richmond Firm at Work on Four Million Dollar Job A special from New York to the Loulavllle Times says That In all big enterprises Kentuckians are in evidence is shown in the construction f the mammoth Catskill aqueduct to furnish the water supply for Greater sew York which rivals tbe Panama canal asa stupendous engineering projectThd contracting firm of the Mason Hanger Co of Richmond Ky was the successful bidder and secured the section of the work just east of the Hudson river and con necting with the section which is under the Hudson river one of the most difficult pieces of the great work The firm went at the work with a vim and dash and Is well up with its contract Included in the contract awarded this company Is the building ofan aqueduct under the town of Cornwall ontheHudson andold Cornwall which is about six miles in lengthand will cost about 14000000 The mug nitude of this undertaking can be realized when it is understood that seven shafts must be sunk varying from 300 to 500 feet in depth for the purpose of installing the necessary machinery in the aqueduct below and for the ingress and egress of the men at work and for the purpose of an outlet for the earth removed in making the excavations The Mason Hanger Co is composed of experienced contractor who performed much of the work of constructing the Chicago drainage canal the canal at Sault Ste Marie Mich connecting Lake Superior and Lake Michigan the aqueduct completed about two years ago for the city of Philadelphia to supply it with water the waterworks at Cincinnati and some of the principal tunnels in this section of the United States and manymiles of for the leading railroads in Pennsylvania Kentucky Virginia West Virginia Alabama and other Southern States The presi dent of this company is H B Hanger of Richmond Ky Up to tho time of his death H 1 Mason of Frankfort Kywas president of the company fxli l j v New wash in great in toffi p BAXTERThe contract was secured by this Kentucky company on its merits and the record it had made sad in a 94 000000 contract it was oay4700u- nder one of the leading contractors of New York City The new Catskill aqueduct which when completed will in a measure supplant the old Cro on aqueduct which bus supplied New York with its supply for two generations Is being constructed from the Catskill moun talus to convey the water from an immense reservoir to the city It will be seventeen feet in diameter with a concrete lining and the esti mated cost on completion is about flCOOOOOOO The aqueduct will be built circular in shape nod syphon fashion and will go about 500 feet under tbe Hudson river and then rise ngaintbe arrangement being for the How of water by gravity from the reservoir on tho tup of the Catskill mountains to the city The construction work is being let in sections and 140000000 worth of contract have already been let no contractor being permitted to have more than ono section The new aqueduct will bring the water from an area of over 600 square miles a distance of nintytwo miles to the metropolis of America When completed it will be the largest waterworks system in the world and one of the greatest feats of hydraulic engineering in the annals of the world Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Foleys Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged pros tate gland which is very common among olderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered Jrom kidney and bladder trouble and several phys icians pronounced it enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his age we were afraid he could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Reme dy and the first bottle relieved him andalter taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint Soh by Stockton Son olm For Sale McCormick Husker and six roll Shredder used one year and guaran teed good as new Price on application J N Camden 2i Versailles Ky Spitting Nuisance Hawklag asp Splttlag Is caused by atarrk Germs If the local authorities want to stop the disgusting habit of spitting mucous on the sidewalks they had better instruct the people as to the best method of killing the catarrh germs and curing catarrh You can easily tell breading the symptoms below whuttier you have catarrh or nottOffensive lJcnt sneezing discharge from nose stoppage of the nose huskiness of thq voice tickling in throat droppings In throat a Cough pain in chest logs of strength variable appetite spasms of coughing low spirited at times raising of mucous difficulty in breathing loss ot vital forte B L Middelton hasa sensible remedy money back it t falls for catarrh called HyomelJ which is a vaporized air so antiseptic that when it is breathed over the inflamed and germsinfested membratTe it kills all catatrhThe rubber in haler is only 1 00 any money back if it doesnt cure bottles 50 centsiI have tried almost every catarrh cure on the market without benefit Have been using Hyotnei for one week and feel like a new man al- ereadyWm V Goo e Neward Ohio June 21 1909 Cures Indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stomach belching and cures nIl stomach dis ease or money back Largo box of tab lets CO cents Druggists in all towns White Plymouth Rocks For Sale- I have a few nice white Plymouth Bock Pullets and cockrels for sale C D tIlller- Richmond Ky Cures Sick Turkeys Mr Clinton Woodard Wlttnore Kv tars I cured my hogs with your Boubbn Hog Cholera Remedy and my wife cured some sick turkeys with your Bourbon Poultry inre They are both splendid remedies Sold br Perry Thomas Richmond KT 4 ILeft Records at Pole would be the internaton al effect of planting tho stare and stripes at the north polo Commander Peary said that he had notified the Secretary of State that he had taken possession of the pole in the name of the United States and itremained for the Secre tary to decide what that meant He said he had lest records on the ice tit the pole Commander Peary fi done with active exploring He will con tinue to take an interest in Arctic and and Antarctic exploration but from his home and he declared that ho wim d withdraw from field work Commander Peary spoke freely of the death of Prof Marvin of Cornell University who at the head of one of the support ing parties broke through a Irad of thin his death was erected at Cape Sheridan just above the Roosevelts winter posi tion and visible for miles This is 73 miles from the point north of Cape Columbia where he was drowped Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of c ughs and cold on the chest as neglected they reads ly lead pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles lust as coon as the cough appears treat it with Ballards Horehound Syrup the standard cure of America Use as di rected perfectly harmless A cure and preventive for all diseases of tho lungs Price 25c 50o and 1 per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas- CORRESPONDENCE BROOKSTOWN Miss Leila Davis went to Lexington Monday to matriculate in Campbell Hagerman College Miss Elizabeth Farris who attended Cincinnati Conservatory of Music last year will go this year as one of the Musical faculty of Campbell Hager man She will also take Literature and musical History Our church people are talking of sending a large delegation to the State Sunday School Convention at Lexing ton this week Little Elizabeth Carson left last week with heraunt Mrs B E Belue for Washington Ind where site will at tend school Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Richmond Steam Laundry insures all these Phone 52 tf Who Discovered theNORTH POLE Cook Commander Peary the new style to J lll The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of and get anybody to hang it for you Phone WALLPAPER e FOR You AND YOUR WIFE cheerful pretty bedroom will help you to start 1 day in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to atv night And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have tasteful furniture that harmonizes than furniture that merely costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and ihe cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this does not cost very much if you buy from ut and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortable Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed ruperlor to any other ulcertaed mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial If you can part with it at the end of that time we will Fclurn your money without question or comment r =2 Day Phone 76 wso ROL Night 136 229 411 tt 1 I Dr or II We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each This seems to be the absorbing topic at presentEachcalmoring for the gloryEach pushing his claims for recognition In either case since the North Pole seems suddenly to have moved nearer to us we are making rapid prepartions for the Fall and WintCPof 1909 and 1910 We also fcave made adiscoverybtst we did not hoist the flag leave a record of our trip and return with photographs of what we discovered as did the explorers of the Artie regionsbut we immediately took possession and in order to remove all doubts brought the goods home with us and we now have them on display at The Hustling Cash Store for the inspection of our friends and each and every one is cordially invited to call and seethe greatest assortment of fall merchandise we have ever offered Silks and Dress Goods Black and Colored goods variety Blankets Underwear Hosiery Etc Abundance w MIONA flectslwere Ladies Pall Suits Cloakst- hat embody features t 1000 to 2750 Ladies Tailored Skirts 350 250 Ladies Waists 98c oldstock 1Your OLDHlifand LACKEYi MGBr v un Mens Suits and Overcoats We now have the largest stock of Mens and Boyst Suits and Overcoats we have ever carried We are continually advancing in style and quality in this de partment but have never been able to offer a v better I quality for the price t J A visit to our store is always appreciated whether you buy or not Remember our Motto rALAAAYS THE HIGHEST QUALITY GOODS FOR THE LOWEST PRICES I vY v VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS l 1g v 1 HAM I LTON f B ROS 1 H f t CORMAINlsTRICHMOND rr7Th Til TL JLt =y l tfJIt c IL k ftiiC J StoufferEstablished Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond GLOBE AIR TIGHT HOT BLAST Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want aGood Stove at an Honest operationYouwilljkejt tt SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY W D Buckley CoS- T MAINSaTREET RICHMOND KY Dont get the idea into your mind that all sell the pricesTheres Icadis better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in Lumber and Building Material jyuiiiumuuiiuuNjAuiiiuuiiiiiiiimui Come in and let us convinep you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and isntitED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot Sterling 1 Clothes ARE THE BEST t CLOTHES P Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade tO years experience the factory guarantee in suitstallsizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods I IBgOldest yards PH O TOG R AFHS of the children pictures for their frientls pictures for your family and your wifrfa pictures for you and the children both to look on in future years end bring back the childhood days again We take them and take them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve them for you The ScMegel Studio McGanghey MoberleyJ Notice to Creditors- All persons having claims acaips the estate ofT J Douglas deceased are rcqnestetl to file same properly 3odaptrotsestate ale requested to call and sett sain ft Mrs TT Douglas Admx Sept 8 1909 58It Testifies AlterFourYears Carlisle Center N Y G B Bur tams writes About four years ago entirelytentirely stopped the brick dust ymptonisand after four years 1ai again pleased to state that I have never hadany return of ihose symptoms I and I am evidently cured to stay curedlI Foleys Sidney Remedy will do the same for you i Stairlfer Soperl As we must vacate the building we now ocr i cupy for repairs we will offer what we have left of our entire stock at 12 Price 1 9 1 and less sWe have over 2000 pairs ofIall kinds of mens womensj boys and misses 1t Shoes in good condition We also nave 100 rnens and boys Overcoats quite a lot of jj mens heavy Underwearodd Trousers mens i Corduroy Suits Negligee Sj irts Top I U1Jf nel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to gett I f I j our building repaired and be able to resume o f C business withawstkby November T jx j iv 1 i taniier Soper t I Ric4sondhentizeyN 1JeL r Tj dLiTi t c iNi1 iA1Iwi tlAlID- aHb d1i GMlaY EETRIGG REGISTERROCKfORDIA 3 CORRESPONDENCE 5OLfCITEJ ThIs matter must not be reprinted with out special permission I A CONVINCING DEMONSTRATION A reader of these notes living at Le raysvllle Pa sends us a clipping giv ing a brief summary of the potato spraying experiments which have been conducted by the txperltuent Station at Burlington Vt during the past eighteen years The Shoving is such an excellent one that potato raisers will bo gtetl to hear about it Thor ough spraying With the bordeaux mix ture blue vitriol time and water maift up la the fcIi50 recipe twice yielded 07 pet cent more and graying three times yielded lil IteV cent more than the unsprayev burlng the eighteen years that the station has used the bordeaux mixture there has been an average increase of 02 per cent of Hi bushels per acre The lowest increase in yield waj 20 per cent and the hhest 215 per cent In seasons wfcett lucre was much dampness Tott Varieties experimented with Wire tLo White Star Polaris ttVcen fountain i ad Delaware ato these when unsprAyed yielded from rJ1 to CCt blt aels per acre under least and uwst favorable conditions while sprayed the returns varied front 133 bushels to 3SO bushels per acre These figures should be pretends lrdenA SURE HOG CHOLERA CURE Experiments which have Ijpcn vva ducted by experts In animal disease at the Kansas City sfcockyards with a view to giving the new serum cure for hog cholera a still further test seem to prove beyond doubt that it is both effective and reliable At the be cxcnlledCorplaced In an Isolated pen twentytwo of which were inoculated with serum four with virulent cholera blood and the nine remaining given no treatment at nil During theperiod all the hogs which were not vaticinated with the thltbadthe disease at ail but were alive and healthy nt the close In order to give the new cure the severest test the treated hogs were subjected to fcc most aggravated typo olE fexposuvfe hogs that had tiled of the iscasc litIng left in the pen lot periods of two or three days Dr t ft Baker cWef of the Eovvrhnicnl Inspection depart ment at Kansas city had the Work In charge and in conjunction with his Assistants wiii shortly make a full report of the CxpeYltnents to the depart ment tf grlculture which will In turn give the matter still further publicity SOMETHING TO WORK POfc A scad or young fellows dont fart any better than they do in a financial way because they spend cVery Wint they earn Just AS fast as it Comes Into their hands The outeottite of this Is thdt saving nothing they have nothing ahead toward which to strive and nat anybusillcsor to make definite plans to have a home of their own both of which In fluences would tend to have a steady- In and uplifting Influence on their lives The average young fellow plug ging along nlone without any well defined object in life often has spells when he questions whether the men feeding and clothing of himself Is teal ly worth while md in too many case hl doubt would seem to be justifiable It is only when he gets to working for something or somebody outside of him self that life has zest and meaning A savings fund laid aside for nomU def mite purpose perhaps the starting of a home or the helping uiuiut friend or relative In nccdJs n boon which thousands of young fellows ought to avail themselves of Tho start maybe hard but the restis easy The end hundred Collap is often easier saved than the first ten THE NEED OF SHADE During the hot weather of July and August this year there appeared In rome of the central western states ac counts of cattle In pasture being killed by the Intense beats In most cases where such losses were reported there was no shelter for the stock from the glaring rays of the sun In one In stance all of a herd of twentythree died while in another some fifteen perished the animals when found be- Ing piled upone upon another in an effort to reach a mere patch of shade hardly sufficient for a single animal Losses of this type would seem to sug gest the wlsdoniof providing shade of some kind In the pasture lot so that on especially hot Thiystbe stock may find refreshing shelter there Where a grove Is not available shelters of some kind should be erected whicH may be left open on two or three sides so as to permit of n good circulation of air This item Is too lute to help DUt any this year but it may serve as- a reminder for next AND It Is usually the tabby cats that H1 most fteii fon1kekIng aro d tier ones feet which arc the iJioorcst moUsers and ofaitecbUnL- It Vlulres from four and one iuar Ver to four and onehalf bushels of wheat to make a barrel of flour while n barrel of lour will make about 280 onepound loaves of bread A sick jinlmal on the farm should be Isolated at one This not only make it ixKsiblc to glvo the special tre needed but will lessen the likelihood of a spread of the trouble provided It should prove cataglous Several counties In Wyoming were lately placed under quarantine by the federal authorities forthe purpose I preventing what Is styled as the lip and leg disease among gheefran nil mentsolttewhat similar to the toot ml mouth disease in cattle There is one present slAy fad vnicn has a deal ot fcoirimon sense to back it and that is the rapidly Increasing Vend ncy of people In cities and smalJet towns and in somo cases the country Orsleerilng in tents on thefr porchoA Min their back yards ft ishealth ness and WIld cnjoyttYcnt to commeEd to The State Poultry association of Connecticut has brought pressure to bear on the members of the state leg islature and secured the passage bfc a bill which compels dealers Vo Bell egg for what they really are A jjlacara ffltisl be pl cdi tn each receptacle con teriX go4 sojuare i oka piece of meat reeking wlu tuberculosis germs aifd ttfe Exhibit Is being made fre VnteiMy these days Is calculated to male the consumer of meat and mIlk products thankful that some one lit the past decade had patriotic concetti enough for the public health to assist In giving this dread plague its present publicity A Pennsylvania farmer r w c h ltd fcf the other kli VeVy tffcctiVeVy s iWd clayhitdpfS JvVng the field In the spring Vvith seed lof the long horti turnip and pow ing the whole trop under In Augnst He found that the long taproots of the tUrnip had penetrated the bard soil t6 A foot or more rind when the roots decayed the field was Very effectively readydrculatlonfalfa performs i similar service In looscnlag the soil but the turnips get action ua much shorter time With the long winter evenings ap preaching plans for a systematic course of rending or study would bean excellent thing for the ninblttoVti boy or girl who way uot bAVj Hll tite dvautagrs he of sho tleslWs A btlgut young pcRson touW ontline ia Wry sit IsfactDi to sc for himself wnictr if folloXvcd Vfirt cohsclentldusty VoiId bo olgient Value to him vhlle to him who may haviu trifle more spare time excellent courses of correspondence in speds ftbd even collegiate courses are offered by schools and universities of high standing More than one earnest youug student has acquired the major part of a college education in this way The chief requirements are Industry patience and perseverance Wlilfe it is true tiiat a troctset apart as an orchard isWuTd not be turned into a bog iot It is nevertheless worth remembering that it Isa real benetlt to the trees and results in fruit that is free from worms if a drove of hojr can be given the range of the orrhnrd for three or fouruoursTi day from the time when the windfall apples begin to litter the ground These drops are usually wormy and the worms are de stroyed when the apples are con sumed When the drops reach a mel chantable size the hogs may bo kept out of the orchard until otter harvest When there will bo considerablp mote stuff they win clean up Besides cleaning up the apples and destroying a lot ot vorins they Will also devour good many grubs and Insects atone kind and another A plain Spoken friend of the writer hi referring to the practice of those on a rural party telephone line lu taking down their receivers and listening to conversations when their neighbors ring sounded dubbed It as harkln on the line Not Infrequently a telephone patron will not hear a call distinctly and will thus unwittingly overhear h conversation that does dot concern him There Is excuse for this but mighty little for the practice which prevails In some sections Where from two to half n Co7cn receivers are taken down every tlino a ring Is given for some other patron on the line Those who have got the habit of harkIn on the line probabiy have given the prac tice little scrutiny but In the last anal ysis It is akin to sidling up to two people engaged In private conversation on the street for the purpose of overhearing what they may have to say or secreting oneself behind a door or un der a wlndow tQ hear conversations not concerning him In the least It makes matters no bettor that the of fender cannot be detected but rather the more disgusting and small Where It develops into n habit It is nn abject admission of Insufficiency and poverty of both character and experience as well ns prima fade evidence of mor Jtd curiosity sin poor breeding a I NotInThe Trus I THE LATEST 13 THE ADMIRAL THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER 1 KEEPS UP- TODAiE OM Farm laehims in1pr9verncntneverJlaejbeenso quickly established itself in their favor Tliey recognize the great value of its features chief among whickre Powerfu keen cutting appa correpondiagincrease Woodn10werspleasureforask us at any timethe sooner the better Douglas Simmon Agents r EJIOUTHOUGHTS ims i Md Frem ith TehIie- fAN4Dorninartions To le right with God Is thesame te- reartl that It Is in heaven whatever and wherever heaven maybenev Amos Judson Bailey Heformed Brooklyn Expectancy One of the principal elements of faith that makes fot health as well as- character Is the tnuotlof expectancy rtevrP T Womer Congregatlonallst Minneapolis Minn- Enjoying Divine Communion As long as any Christian walks Ifl loving obedience to eVefy cbmfflahd ment of his SiiVioUr hwilt enjoy coni muuloa with his GodItev 0 H Duhlap resbyterlAn AValoh Pd Loving Altitude A foVing attitude toward Wen will nevet be isallly either of contemptuous criticisa Ot bJ irresponsible indlffor eke The world Is ever envious oi success and Contemptuous of failure Rev I P Johnson Prcsbytfeflan Mln ne polfs Minn nc bmi to God it Is the t God the conk o s recognition of responsibility to fedd that alone gives peace of heart arid iapplness t6 the l1ndlvldual ani Tstabfllty and greatness to the nation Rev Dr Keweli Dwight HilVlsi Cbu gregatlonallst Brooklyn One of Gods Finest Gifts A true friend Is one of Gods finest glftST him we reveal the secrets Vrtir Yhen soirie neW great Joy has come nth1 bur experience we go first to- elIt and share It with him Rev Dr Robert Kent Congregatlonallst Brook lyn Real Power of Christs Resurrection Whenever n human soul good to seek n crucified Jesus tthd flints Instead ft risen Saviour the event bt Easter Ud U fepeaUd aiid tile joy of the ilti ilIe taessagti IS Shared Wilce hgaln The hifiiTrflcal Act ifeV Percy Trnfford til too Episcopalian ttreenc k Lifes True Master nd Qulde orhsupremobit ilnga brightness bcydnd which tht shad DrBdlterian Buffalo The Truly Happy Happiness is apt found where the world has always thought It was In material things In the alteration or the mitigation of earthly conditions but In heavenly dispositions It Is the poor In spirit the meek the pure hearted the earnest seeker after cousucsS or the patient suffprer forit hO tkh the tfuly PIne to1ta Campbell Valker Episcopalian Brook lyn Religious Charity Religious sentiment Is very beautiful but religious sense is much more valu able and religious charity better yet It Is folly to talk of the negligence and Improvidence of the poor while they feel the pangs of want Any man is more ready to listen to good sense when be has had to Nil Teed them first thea thIk4fo must Ret hnn Ciaytonr Baptist Wash ington Mans Need What man wants is not tin treat ment or the lost coin that puts him Into circulation In the economy of the world not the treatment of the lost sheep that folds him in the higher hu irnti Rynipnthlrs but the treatment cf the lost son that brings him back to the open arms of God to the sohshlp of the Maker and an heir a joint heir wlthj Jesus Christ Rev Dr Gardner B G indse Methodist Brooklyn Yur Cralhers Keeper Society Is lila the ptohctaify system which Is composed ot greater and less recIprocalrorctsWhy fshould I concern myself about other peoples affairs I have my own business to attend to Am I my brothers keeper These were the words of Cain the first murderer I say you are You ought to be your brothers keeper You cannot Indeed like the Saviour of the world give sight to the blind or hearing to the deaf or speech to the dumb or strength to the paralyzed limb But you can work miracles of grace anti mercy by stilTeringbrctbren ncarcrto Ccd than when you alleviate the sorrows of others Cardinal Glb boilS Roman Catholic Baltimore Kind cf All Thoughts We need some mighty thought to go spiritof our being The multitude of ordi nary thoughts only scrape the surface and the yield Is scant The greatest thought ever presented to the mind of man Is the thought of the Father above working out through sacrifice the redemption of human spirits This thought comes seeking entrance to the human mind Behold I stand at the door and knock It says It is the king of nil thoughts yet It comes as quietly as a peasant might come Once granted admittance to the mind the true kingliness of It appears and nil ItsJffibjectsglcT make themselves felt Such a man reaches out a rcstfnl klcdly band to the world and when an crplana lIon Is sought for the beneficent In flufnco02 his life then cast up the ac counts anti say Because nn excellent Efirlt was Il hlnRcr A Macdon nl Hooch CoagregatloraMot Xrv York F J11 Yeager TIlE UPTODATE JEWELER Second Street opp CoartHouseryf i Lartndcomplete stock of Watches Clocks Diamonds Jewe1ty Silverware Eyeglasses WepecI attention io gA1tno The Art fiivtn I b Me ttet If somebody cwtfd S- iyat Btfe ways of saving money the llcwotlld have an assured future Mnwmcn and children would re gard wring as A game and play k with alt their heart There are penny savings banks where newsboys Iud bootblacks carry their tiny savings but other children regard their penny bank at home with unfriendly eyes There are working girls who put away their five cent pieces nhd fatten their small bank accounts by walking Instead of riding and mftklbR other petty sacri flees Cut the majority of working girls stKUd ds fast as they can earn and declare that they cannot help it One reads of a man who began his career by regarding every dollar as n worker ami getting all tile profit tic count With tliilt rjtialnt cohcelt Ib bighead saving became a pleasure nnl1lJe- won riches Without realizing thdt it was it struggle t know of more tbatl one woman who receives each night from Her hiisbanfl evtiry dindti lie tiaS receivdi in clinnge through the ddy for1 lit Icitinful to avoid spitidteg such h piece of money these with her own stings In the same directloti make a respettable weekly showing Kansas tlty jbbrbah silly Bering lnfrniat3fli The dVBWga Row York boy is lint H wonder of wit niM wisdom but most of them know a good thing wjieri t heV see It 4J liie contrary Not long ago oftfe of tneiri saw ft frbnt of a SlxUl avenue1 bidet hot Wdht ed II He was looking for something of that kind and walked in There was nobody in sight and he stood gaz lug Presently the proprietor a most grouchy person appeared What do you want here he In quired with scant courtesy Weiii replied the boy disturbed by tlip tiUlliii ninUbfr and hesitating IIld you Vfciat tt bojr htrtln IUiUs what the sigil sdys doht itrsiijjjipedihdmdh I the boy getting i1i4 SecbHU whd boyAwtub boy bilk tqhtlltvtat kiit iilau and went out quickly Xewiiirk Derild Ttr Themselves Getting Ready Wrislhagtnh irVlilg story of a itiali tiled to jUmp over it bill He went back so far to get his start for the great leap and ran so hard that he was completely exhausted when he came to the bill and bad to lie down nnd rest Then he got up and walked over the hill A great many people exhaust themselves getting ready to do their work They are always pre paring They spend their lives get ting ready to do something which they lipvpp do It Is an excellent thing to Uw l Improving ohtspin to keep grow hiegluIlitwho Is almost forty years old who has not yet decided what he Is going to do lIe has graduated from college mitt taken n number of postgraduate l courses but all along general lines He has not yet begun to specialize This man fully believes be is going to do great things yet I hope be may Success Magazine Th6 Paper They Were Written On The average author would probably laugh at the statement that at one time In the worlds history manu scripts simply ns such Irrespective of the nature of the text were Immense Iy valuable In ancient times manu scripts were Important articles from a commercial point of view They were excessively scarce and were preserved with HIP utmost ran Even the usur ers were glad In lend money on thini when the owners were obljred to offer them in pawn It is related In nn nnclent tome that a student of Pavia vlio was reduced by his debaucheries iIseitit hew fortune by leaving In liflwn It iMrthtlscript of fl body nf law lind U grdiiininriaii who was ruined by n tih rbiiiiilt his house with two small volumes of Cicero through the ready aid of the pawnbroker Highest Cross In the World The highest cross In the world Is sain to be that which caps the loftiest peak of the Harz mountains The cross Is in reality n tower and It com mands a iiiJigiilllcent view ofthe country around The height of the tower h4 121 feet and It stands on n moun tain ITTil feet above the sea level A stair of 200 steps leads to the top of the cross but there is an elevator of which people may avail themselves who for auy reason wish to avoid tbe long climbS Grateful Lady Give me one yard of why tmvent 1 seen you before Drapers AssistantOb Maud have you forgotten me I saved your life YouniJadid Then yon nuns give me two yards of the ribbon please Illustrated Bits Lettuce Salad With Fried Cheese Dress the lettuce In the usual way with French dressing Have a mild cheese rather dry cut In strips like French fried potatoes dip the strips II- IJtIU egg roll them In fine bread crumbs and drop thom into boiling fat to brown ns quickly as possible Serve with the lettuce Boston lost Passing Events Time Is a sort of ulcer of passing evonis and strong Is Its current Xo sooner Is a thing brought to light than It is swept by and another takes Its place and this too will be swept swayMarcus Aurelius Vengeance should be left to women Pat rareti KyI Carriage forks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts BuggiesI J Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar si2ia Perry Thomas are pleased to aa tiouue to customers that they have secured tN agency forZwao the best kaowii reedy for ike pMitive and twl lli t cure of Eczea pifflples uialmL Wackkead ftloKaulcerv tories of nkla er scalp dsesse Zemb is a elsu liquid for ukrl use jLviPS iMrtunt relief and euvei n- yMo4htoraciiIp diassas bjr e AtMTtar she ona tint MUUM Us eaai1tIa1l ye itk- bY iIIOi a 0 Il I iTODD I SONl 1 i f Contractors and Builders l4s4r I Estimates furnished pa short notice on buildings of l all kind We also have a of large and complete stock I i r- l Mantles Grates and Tiling r 1 fT i I TODD SON f f The selection of the graduation gift for the Sweet pit Graduate can best be made here We havea spliidiaas sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets ftthe purehaser All specially priced for this occasion Your xaraiuatiott is respectfully solicited L5E LANED P Arni4Old Sraid Main Street The Burton Water SystemI Water Works For Country Homes- By our Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protection Cool water in summer and Ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank nndereronnd no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two and two diplomas at St Louis Wotlds Flr Hundreds of our Individual waterworks plants are In use We have many letters from these stUdied Users and have published about fifty fortfl It mates a book of strong ftefiofiafoplnlons a CoDy free Costs SSOO and uP cti t yodf teHni 8Bientsj Write for full par C A BURTON WATER SUPLY COMPANY- i Kansas City 4MD Wie latest 1esfnnd laht f6r storlnc wn Crfesshr nlvrnya ul Cnn he put In self tlhl churelfIgasoline enainewind Jthe latest nna best pystcni This systffn M farms country hnnifsr placesnndcnnbendanfettsanr 1jl r place condition or These systems nre the 6ty best If you want to lit up you place modern and have nil the tIntest prnpertGet improvements Splendid place nnd have baths and all the comforts of n city home The cost is slicht the ben ts great Sold BytR fdimond Motor S r 1 Plumbing Company Incorporated C2Tl ls cut shows nell with hand pumi u 7NCHES1JV Repeating Shotguns SjNDORSED by the U S O- nilnance Board The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with the unprecedented record of 9677 for 11175 targets and by five out of the first eight men for the year Winchester Shotguns are safe sure strong and simple they are 1 I THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS Madison County Hardware COMPANY tf rfl rli of Richmond Ky A rilt I i HardwareJ 11 i pStoves I t t4 FmiifImp1ements1 i t 1 t3 i Ii I N i rr lA 1to-G 8i f W GOO ri OfI t 203 Weat Mln S4rI t Te1SthODt33 y 5 WiSIt I ii I Qe f J ectknCLIMAX SCCtiQIh 2H 1 il I VOLUME 36RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 NUMBER 18 I1 J 5 BROWSERS SurpriseAirec j vSW q v rare unprecedented are marked in plain figures on every piece Ncthing Reserved everything goes it p v r t A Sacrifice oi Coursebut our loss of means possessedThissnap rush in the next thirty days possible The present or future use We Broadway and Main and goods are new and prices in many instances below cost The first buyers first choiceget Meetget our prise prices for the six departments TERMS CASH GOODS CHARGED AT REGULAR PRICES o us at the corner of Ct Furniture Department Mahogany Dresser reg price 4001all SurprisepHce i 25 00rMahogany Dresser reg price 2200 15 00 50Chiffonier50MahoganyMahogany Napoleon Bed reg price 3800 22 00 1500Brass00Valuest Carpet Department 90Wilton65BigelowExtra Quality Tapestry reg price 110 Fall Surprise Price 80 65TapestryLowell Ingrains reg price 80 cents Full Surprise Price GO Rug Department 15009x129x12 Wilton Seamed reg price 2250 Faa SurprisePrice 15 00 C FYlgtonKy iu to I jT Grand Special Y OPENINCajIj j 1 Of Ladies BeFinel Cash Store on FRIDAY and SATURDAY t 9aonte of the largest and best Suit Emporiums in the west with us who will deliver suits when pur chased Also take measures and guarantee fits d i I k theater and 6reater Grows Our Ladies Readytowear Department In addition to our Special Order Man who will be here on the days mentioned above we have secured aU the plums for this Opening from several of the largest and best Suit- andCoat houses in the east and west and will have to deliver to you all these special SUITS AND COATS i The very latest from the very best manufactures which insures you to get exclusive tyles and at once fits during this opening Dont fail to attenu the Opening o you will regret it Remember the dates Friday and Saturday October 8th and 9th W Do OLD AM COMPANY r 009xl250Offeringsj Drapery Department Irish Point Curtains 30 in wide 3 13 yds long regular price 00Irish80Fillet= 40Flat80Nottingham80Nottinghamlar price 250 Fall Surprise Price 105Cross Stripe Madras Curtains 36 inches wide 3 yards long 60Cross40Oriental80Plainlong regular price 1000 Fall Surprise Price 8 00 50 inch Madras in plain and Oriental colors regular price 00Upholsteringlikethese demonstrate ourieadership in the Draperyline V Harrimans Career From Birth to Death Born Feb 251848 Died Sept 9 1909 His Birthplace A little frame par sonajje attached to St Georges Episco palchurch at Hempstead TIIlls Deathbed In the heart of a place on top a mountain of his owa at Arden Orange County N Y At the Start A penniless boy ion of a poorly paid preacher At the End Worth 50005000 a national and inteinationil figure of malivingn gHisEducatioti eAt sixteen he obtained his first job brokeragehoieeAt eighteen ho was a clerk with a employersAtthe Stock Exchange with 20000 the accumulation of which he never ex planted Ha quickly earned the reputation o being one of the stingiest floor trader on the Exchange hemarriedMlsallaryAverill banker of large means At rbirtyflve he was worth 1000 000 and made his debut as railway man becalming a director of the Illinois Central At forty he became VlcePresIdent of the Illinois Central reoreantiqu f attemptAthln cnrieeran oceantonce railway system under his personal control Uidn t Want Her The following advertisement appear ed last week in one of our inooiitJ in exchanges suJost popeyed lauUy posndbute outlvieic any caN in the Staler Her IsLpr caa liar A Hard This Is to certify that all dinggists se1Ifyour cough or cold It hope thsfie cough beefs the lungs aad preventa serious results from a oold Cares coughs and prercnts paeuKdala a d DfMMiTJMlIIlsttiNmbNttatea alt Iltlwltol 4 r fKentucky Game Law The quail shooting season closes January 1 Rabbits can be killed ten months in the year from November 15 to September 15 The open sea sons for squirrels extend from No vember 15 February 1 andfrom June shootingIIfrom November 15 to January 1 But few persons understand the law pro tecting game in thisstate sod the penalties for violating same The following table gives the open sea Opendntdate give- nSqulrreJJune 15 to Sept 15 SquirrelNov 15 to Feb 1 WoodcockJune 20 to Feb 1 DovesAug 1 to Feb 1 Duckand Goose Aug 15 to Apr 1 DeerSept 1 to March 1 Wild Turkey Sept 1 to rub 1 15tNov 15 to Jan 2 No open season for English Mongolian or Chinese Pheasants License Nonresident 2550 or as by same hts state Prohibited Sale or transportation 01 bird or foul killed within state prohibitedHunter may be transported with his game 250tNetting seining trapping poison ing or dynamiting fish is prohibited Some birds and other insectivorous thirds protcoted tbeyear round possession of rabbits squirre- or other game is prima facie evidence of guilt and each fowl or animaI constitutes a separate offense JThe Confederate Home I08e hundred and fifty two inmates of the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley have died since the bprew Is opened and thA inmates BOW number 4oraethingover two hundred and fifty The principal complaint of some of the veterans is that they meet leave their wryer when they enter the home It said an effort will be ntde to seesto wetkwby the next legittnre eo tilt tbe vfte O8 can spand Their few tee muninic years with tfitr wives A few more paste Sad lIM Cohf drat httewocld tent rater Ntio iat JnlutI Mlrhl W I lw- wepiiiH y Richmond Mans Troubles Wincbester Democrat A middle aged man alighted from the North bound L S N train yesterday afternoon and went directly up town in search of a thirst parlor He walked in and commenced pointing aro rod on shelf to the bartender The finally placed his handon the desired article of booze and the gentleman nodded his head to the effect that the bartender had what he wanted He took about four big gulps and drew fourth a 5bil The bartender wanted to be kind and so wrote on a piece ofpaper We dont charge deatand dumb people for what they drink hereuDeaf and dumb exclaimed the parton Im not deaf and dumb I live in Richmond and was so confounded dry that I couldnt speak Most women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very many serious and even fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles Ityou will lake DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Trythem and see how good they are Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you Bo sure you get DeWitts Sold by all druggists olm More Locks Needed 0There are two locks in the Kentucky river now that will soon make naviga Tbsite die Forks of the river have been sur madisand Leslie counties This is the richest coal country in en tu sky Another lock and dam in either of the South or Middle Forks of the Kentucky river will put the slack water to the rich coa veins and there can bo plenty of teal mined right out of the river banks Boattyville Enterprise andrv Risers gentle sale callj peasant little pills DeWittV Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve Is unequalled 1 anything where a salve is and is especially good for Piles So by all druggists olrn Billious Fell b avy afterdiaes ToBgue coated Buttes lanai wainliawaHttftl finer at lit r i Wall Paper Department Regular 15c papers 7i3 Regular 40c papers 20c 25cRegular lOcOurLeathers and Tekhos at onehalf price Lots of nine to twenty WallPapersArt Department Aurora gold frame mantle size regular price 1250t SODanceChrist in Gethsemane mahogany and gold frame regularJprice 750 Fall Surprise Price 5 00 Hope by Burne Jones reg price 750 Fall Surprise Price 5 00 00DuchessFall Surprise Price 4 OOu 00Colonial50Colonial 00Thethat your wants in this line will be properly cared for n I Main Broadway productions gbartender New Set of Pardon Rules Politics must play no part In the granting nt applications for pardons or restorations of citizenship rov Will son says and he has compiled a new set of rules for applications in pardon cases which he is sendingont over the State The Governor says that no application for restoration of citizenship will be considered within two months before a general or primary election This was done in order to stop the practice of having men restored to citizenship in order that their votes ca be counted lbs Governor says will not consider the political affiliation of the man for whom a pardon asked or of the men asking for the pardon You need not be troubled In any wittat those times when you feel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it falls your money will be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on this guarantee Sold by all druggist Child Labor Law The child labor law of 1903 makes If unlawful for any child under fourteen years of age to he employed In ant factory workshop store etc It is also unlawful for any child between the ages of 11 and 10 to be employed in these places unless he has a labor certificate signed by the proper antbori freer The penalty for violation of thaw fe l is a fine of not more than O for the first offense and rs day for every day of employment after notification A new section of the law went into namelyvwhich did not apply last year withkroupEclectric Oil at once It acts like magic Higher Standard Required hrIIKentucky iaa Democratic etato a majority ofits manhood and woman filldbyidthan the ltepabl eats j rty Before QablleearPco tmf r oPieSao tfitHfctMr of fegth aHst3 Itliti1Hilttd1fl r 1 1 George English l 1 i 1 PLUMBING I 1Doctor for 1 I Gds and Gasoline Engines I for Johnson Best System of Water Works nforcountry and suburban homes r 210 E Main Street Phone 619 lRICHMONDJ KENTUCKYl l Freeman GriderR- eal Estate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agonta If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it2 see them 3 Office over Perry c Thomas DrugStoren 0 Dont get the idea into your mind that all yards sell the pricesTheres leads is better stocked anti closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building AttIUIIIIHnAIIIItlIUIHfHtIIIIIH Come in and let us convince endanlyourit worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Tlepho1 425 jtIi I 1NPri e too 41un r rSpririgJ 1 t Ugsi 11fcity See them before you pur t t Ichase 1IFurnituteand Undertaking tlTelephones 73 Main Str I SS SS p fp p L THINK ABOUT THIS AWycu afford to delay rmattersOF nation what avail is procasti Tbestin a few weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore have f ynurordernosv t GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We BglivtSr Quickly iTelephone ilO r Rex Red Ash Jeliico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that youttlr prices are no higher possibly less Full Weight ottoal Forfeited B If Luxon Bro r Pigs Pure Apple Vinegar Bl2ll First class kindling for tale Richmond Cooperage CV 021 tf Three rooms Over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf Itch curedan 30 minutes by Wool forua Sanitary Lotion Never fails S by Perry Thomas Druggists oGGrn Lost On Se4wii1IorfligIIill Pike a red ni t hAck bttgcv lap robe Bring to this olHc amirgetiSl reward es Wheat Land For Rent About 163 acres of good wheat land for rent now in corn Will rent as a whole or in parcels For particulars jII call or address vaOECHENAULT 4t Richmond Ky I Stray Calf Came to my place on Curtis pike about Sept Weighs about 500 pounds Owner can have same by 1provln property aud paying charges J B Gott Richmond 2 Jennets For Sale I have for sale four or five firstclass Jetuiei8ages from one to eight years old For particulars cafi on or address 1DiIlsrll Berrynaif R F D 3 J 0 04t Richmond Ky Stray Steer 1Rd Fleer with white face will weigh about pounds Came to mY place about July 23 Owner can have saID by identifying and paying charges TA Dawsonr 3t R F D No Richmond Notice To Contractors f Bids for bulldlnz theaddition totho Pattie A Olay Infirmary willbe received until G ooIockl II October 151809 Plans and specifications may bo seen ut diP Pit office Right reserved to re jet any and all bids 2t t Farky March M l iqerg Very Latest Styles I have just returned from the citiwith an elegant line of- Embroideries IStamping patterns EtcandinvitetheladieS to call and see them All newest creations and beautiful in design Mrs Ed Coraelison 517 North Street Ji i a I Around i4r+ BParkSA piano for a song and Tho Climax will sins the song for you See offer elsewhere J B Peeples will preach at Siloam next Sabbath at 11 oclock and at Speers atnishtq The concreting around the coutt yardisMr T O Vaughn has been appoint ed a deputy sheriff to serve during court A good appointment Mrs C U Manpm has our for some of the largest and thanksIpotatoes we have ever seen Work on the fire department is pro5i gressing rapidly The building will be a great addition to the department The Cincinnati excursion took down a big crowd Sunday These trains make much money for the road A Mrs Watson residing near Brass field was burned to death last week by her clothes catching fire She was 80 years old The ladies of the Baptist church re serve December 11th for a bazar at which man useful articles will be offered for sale While riding over his farm Mr M tCovihgtons horse slipped andjell the animal falling on fr Covington and PainfullylfljuTed ingigSkulethe residence of Miss Mollie Fife Tuesday evening Oct12attseven oclock A box supper will be given at Pump kin Run school house on Big Hill piko next Saturday night the Oth All come and bring boxes Everybody invited Proceeds to improve the school house Pr V H Hobson who is making nirh success selling the Studebaker iutomobile is erecting a largo garage on Second street and Itsa foregone con elusion that he will make a great suc cess of the venture The contracti ngand building firm of Todd TonhaB been dissolved Mr Arther Todd purchasing the interest of his brother Talton Mr Todd is a splendid business man and The CII max joins in wishing hun much suc O3SS SherifJ Broaddus whose eagle eye is always peeled for criminals landed Ernest Hays in jail last week Hays with Abney who was captured last week is charged with killing a man named Lane at Big Hill last summer He was caught in the edge of Jackson and was bronchi in by Deputies S P Bush and W A Jackson two of the best officers in the State and who ar rested Hays Preaching Sunday Rev D Clay Lilly will preach at the First Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night at the uSual hours Postmasters to Meet Postmasters of tixe first eecond and third classes in Kentucky arE granted leave to attend the fourth annual con vention to the Association of Ken tucky Postmasters at Louisville Oct 12th and 13th Accidental Shooting- Mrs Mary Templeman ftfthocouii ty was acidentally shot bya little boy last week The child did not know the gun was loaded She is pain fully though riot seriously injured The boy is a son of Elliot SLiflett A Short Crop The Flonilngsbnrg Tirae8t6emocrat says The signs all point no jrab bits this season It seems thin the old ones nearly all died of 8o11elonh ious disease like measles this Spring Scarcely a young one has been seen along the roads this sumner and bqt few old ones ii f Points of Prominence Winchester Democrat Hon W B Smith of Richmond who was an attorney in the JrvinedamageJ6uitthe past week was the only Democratic Presidential elector chosen from Ken tucky a ew years ago and is probably the only man in the State who was baptised by Alexander Campbell It Certainly is Warm f- An exchange tells oCa negro preacher in the westen part of Kansas wh6 was BIlked How hot is hell His ans wer was as follows Well sab ifyoa take all the wood dere is in da state and pile it iu one big pile and den take all de wood dere is in de state of Penn synvania and pile it on top aud den take all de oil belt and saturate dat wood and dat conlaudset iton fire and bring a soul from hell anti st him in de middle of dat firs he would freews tlJtWat i NewFall WinterSuits n FOR IBig Dawson Drafted lt The local fans will be sorry to le un that Hub Dawson Kichmonds big catchernnd first baseman has been drafted by the clubrf be American Association Dawson was i toe of strength to our club nnd we regrpt to Icse him but still ire are gad tosee him move up Heres hoping he will EtickIPeculiar Name A cuntluc r and a brakeman on a Montana railrofd differ as to the prop- r pienunciation of the name Euralia accordingto the Now Orleans States Passengers are often startled upon ar ival at this station to hear the con ductor yell Youre a liar Youre in AnU then from the brakeman t the other enJ of the car You real ly are You really are A Product It is not generally 1trithat Edna Mae the tamous show mare is a Matli ioncounty product She was bred by Mr II B Arbuckloot this county and is by Rex Peavine a Madison horse Edna Mae is being shown all over the country by Mat Cohen and wins the blue tie in nearly every show She is owned by Mrs Richard Lowndea Base Ball Meeting Ari important meeting of tlie stock holders of the Richmond Thee Ball Association will be heM at tho Elks Club Rooms this Wednesday even jug at 715J and all are urged to be present The olllcers will make de tailed reports of the seasons work new officers will bo elected and other iui portant matters bo attended to Some Court Day Sales ICnpt A M Bourne auctioneer elves The Climax the following salts made by him court day Plug horses f to 123 mules SOD to f120 Buckling miile 15 tJ S9J Ho also lIorda lot of buggies at from S15 to Capt W P Jrewitl reports laic oj aged mules at from St 5 to SUi suckling mules 45 to 105 if Victim Of Cyclone Richmond friends have received a jotter from JJiss WPBI Moore who is in LaFoylette Ii statin that sle was in tire cyclone Which patted over that state last week and sustained a broken arm and rib Miss Moore taught in the Normal School here for some tithe and iswell remembered by many friends in this city who deeply regret her misfortune Circuit Court Begins Circuit Court convened yesterday with His Honor Judge Benton on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney Orntcher at his post In his charge to tho grand jury the judge called attn tion tJ the laws covering various ofTen CPS and ccmplimentedpur pepjile on he fact that crimeandv56ations of the law areprowirig rapidly less in cur county The charge was a good one as aTeallof and wo look for goodwork by the jury AsThe Climtsx goes lo press nt ctses of importance have been tried 0Letterof Thanks Messrs Miller and Landrain Richmond Kyt j Dear Bretliren The box of Jam has- arrivedind please accept orir heaYt felt thanJis for same We will give it to the children fdr their supper this evening In the next isguoiof your paper 1 wish you would oxmssour heartfelt thanks to each lady who so kiudlyssnt uS tho Jam It was CE- rtainly a noble thoughtand generous deed and we will always remember their kindness with the fondest of recollectipwi Again thanking you acJaiilejX YputlfFrat nlallYJ I = X IAI pt II The Are Busy Much Interest Being Shown in our Piano Contest Special Prizes Now onSThe Climax popular voting contest Is beginning to take much interest and already many candidates tare in the field The people as well as the con testants ere bezinnngto realize that this bigprizs offering that is going on is an actual fact causing both friends and contestants to WOI k with renewed efforts The contest is now only two weeks oM and already many young Indies are working for the head prize Wo are informed by our music house that they will ship our pianos in a short time and then all can have an opportunity to look over this high Kraue and beautiful prize that is going to go to some young lady in this vicinity There are several in the county that are working with a vim and in earnest but In the city there needs to be some work on the part of friends of the contestants as there are only one nr two that have shpwed any determination to get the piano The special prize otTer will be worth the effort of any young lady and the con test is already young and just started and so the ones that get started in the game early will have the best chance jet busy young ladles The piano will yours if vou work tor it See special prize otIelcd In big ad on another page New Hose Reel The City Council has very wisely purchased a new hose reel of the latest antI best pattern The reel will be used to answer alarms where thcrq is notmuch danger but in ser ious csses boththe reel and wagon will answer The City also purchased live hundred feet of new hose and Richmond is now one of the best oxuippcd cities in the Stale L F Powers and H G Dargavel the irivers are prompt and capable men and their good work is appreciated by our people Big Lexington Trots The greatest trotting meeting in the world begins at Lexington Ky on Tuesday Oct 5th and continues ten days Every day one or more of the historic slake races of Kentucky are contested and all the races are filled with the best horses from all sections of the country meeting at Lexington for the first time this year There ate nearly 700 entries in the 33 races and It will be the greatest meeting ever known Excursions rates one lare rouni trip will be in effect from all Kentucky points The best racing and tLeIFine Vaudeville Shows The management of the Grand Opera House realizing that good highcUu vaudeville will be enjoved by the peo pie have arranged with the Gus Sun Circuit to place their splendidattrac tions on the lliclnnond stage and beginning last Moday night the shows are now drawing large crowds The programs include the vaudeville stars and in addition the latest moving pictures are given SIr Burnside who has beyu giving such successful pic ture shows at tho Ptices Rink will have charge of the pictures which wiil be changed every night The vaudeville program will be changed three times a week Admission children Sets and others lOcts This will fur jiish much entertainment and amusement for our people and The Climax congratulatesthe oiaBagenieat OB its lire ws ivewM9t The Bbotr will be ciHJtinned everysiMht until further o- tikf I The Kenton 0Jl Make j= r Selectl Yours Early Before the Best Are Sold sure as fate early buyers get the prettiet Suits they skim the cream and let the other fellows have whats left Our stock is now at its best ourtables piled high with the seasons choicest fabrics and newest styles Ic4ow is the time to buy if you would I choose to best advantage Quality guaranteed in every suit ansi prices reasonable i 1OMO 125O 1500 1800 2OQQ 225O 2500 New Hanan and WalkOver Shoes New Fall Overcoas New v Hats Shirts Ties Etc One Price to all I BAKS 0THESTORE QUALITYik 2Z Minneapolis Madison pwzliorsei43 JudReUentons Girls As Young Arrivals Mr and Mrs Jake Racket are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little girl last Tuesday A handsome little son also arrivedat the home of Mr and Mrs Claude Cor bin laqt Wednesday Enjoyable Event The picnic given by the Catholic membership at the ball park Thurs day was largely attended and greatly enjoyed A splendid dinner was serued many athletic stunts pulled off and all enjoyed every minute of the time A neat sum of money wrs realized Singing Skule Beginment This is a burlesque on the oldtime country singing school and is filled with fun from beginning to cljse The characters are taken by well known people of the city and an evening of fun is promised for these who see it It is given lor benefit of the Episcopal Chtfrch and those in charge are work lug like trojans to make it a great success It will be presented at the Grand Opera House Tuesdav evening the 191 It will be the local hit of Ihp season and a crowded house is assured The Millinery Openings The ladles were out in full force Thursday and Friday to see the handsome displays ot millinery at the several Richmond stores The pro prietors bad taken reat pains in decorating their stores and each pre settled a most beautiful and inviting appearance The stocks of goods are far ahead of any ever seen in this sec tion and the lady who can not find what they wants right hero in Richmond is hard to please indeed The stocks are all large and embrace everything now in head wear Richmond people haye every reason to be procd of their millinery stores and should show their appreciation by buying at home Send in name of some young lady you would like to see get a 450 piano j The Climax Good Registration The noble manner in which the Democrats registered yeptordav is very gratifying to those who want to See our ticket elecled by an overwhelming majority The registration vss large in every precinct The colored brathers turned out en masse which is strong evidence that the rads will make a hot tight next month So it behooves every Democrat to resolve right now to go to the polls next month and place his tamp under the rooster lladi son is safely Democratic as a rule but it our people fail to vote the enemy who is relying upon a still hunt will catch ui nappiug D mf b lukewarm and think there will be enough votes without yours The Right Man The farmers organizations over the State are beginning to hold meetings and the interest manifested is gratity ing As mentioned elsewhere iu this issue of The Climax the Madison county farmers will meet at Waco the latter part of this month There will be a vacancy this year on the state Jjoard of Control and The Climax is glad to note that MrE X Farra of our neighboring county Jossamico Las consented to allow his name to ba presented for the place He owns the best herd ot Jersey cattle in Kentucky and is one of the mOt progressive farmers in the state He ia the man for the place as this position should be filled by one competent and who will devote his eatiie time to the work Being persomally acquainted with hie iflMiy Bterila qualiicMIotia The fCll max arjte ewe f riMmto eMt theii vote tor hUll p y uewaYII forget the asthi siiic Entries To Date The following names of young ladies have been Sent in for the big piano con test As each young ladystarts with one thousand votes and their friends are going to work in earnest the race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with equal show ing Please remember that every one bringing as much as ten dollars in cash to the office by Saturday afternoon will be given free a handsome gold jewelry box see big ad in addition to he number of votes entitled to It is not ttO late to add other names EO send in any pu wish Mayme Powell MoberJy Ollie Winkler Moberly Annie Cockrill Waco Katie Pitman Waco Addie Mellon College Hill SLella Wilson Waco Gertrude Grinstead Moberly Lucy Tharpe Waco Nannis Whorton Valley View Olantha Bressler Valley Vew Susan Doty Kinf sou Eloise Million Newby Mary Tudor Nowby Valeria Young Baldwin Sallie B Parish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler Kirksville Madrne Farris Silver Creek Lottie Farris Kirksyille Marietle Jones R F D2 Richmond Clara Gibson R F D 2 Richmond Hallie Coy Kirksville Margaret Curry White Hall Elizabeth Searcy Waco Hattie Moberly Rnthtoh Mary Turpin Red House Elizabeth Farrie Red House lary Harnm Ruthton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottohburg Ndia Citisa KF D Richmond Bertha Lear lluthton May Roberts Ruthton Ethel Garrett R F D 1 Richmond Annie Christopher RFD4 Richmond Nora Davis Red House Anah Asbill RFD 4 Richmond EftU Northcut Valley View Mariam Noland Rhoda Gilbert R F D 3 Richmond Daisy GilbertII IN RICHMOND Margaret Phelpa Anne Bennett olienSBessie Parks Catherine Scott Rachel Kennedy tHelen Duncan Mattie IJlgt Ellen Walter i Annie Mae Walker Dane in Foster RuEsell Stouffer Mary Gallon Happy Reunion Messrs Joe Maupin and David Chenauld met at the residence of Mr Ohio McWilliams at Whites Station last Wednesday and tire three held a reunion of their old command they being tIre only survivors in the county AJjgunttful dinner was seved and alia old vets spent a most enjoyable day in talking over old times and tell ing stories of their ups and dqwne while in tbe array They are splendid citizens and The Climax wishes them many more years or gocd health and happiness Meeting of Farmers The Climax desireSvto impress upon the farmers the importance of attend ing the meeting to he held at Waco Friday and aturdflY Out 29 and 30 This meeting will be held under the auspice of the State Farmers Institute and will be addressed by Hon Charfes Blandford a former speaker of the Kentucky House Hon H W Olay ton of the State Grange and other good speakers It is very itapoi tant to the farmers to attend these meetings and they should reminbes the dates Further paftlculMB will b jyyB latter lbs i iad 11- tN sv i Will Use Phones The C 0 is now installing tele phones in all telegraph offices and the same vill probably lead to the dispatch jug of trains by phone same as is now being done by a great many of the leading railroad lines throughout the country An item in the New York Commercial advises that the telegraph operators intend to petition Congress not to permit same claiming that dis patching trains bv phones is not safe The Reason Why The following is a very truthful re mark The man who grows up in his native town is regarded as a boy by his elders until he is well started down the declivity of life that ends in ahole The stranger who comes into a place is more often pushed to the front than the young man who has grown up with the town This is the reason why so many young men be come dissatisfied with their home sur rounding and long to cast their lot in other quarters Popular Young Man Dies Mr I G Ballard who was well known in this city died at a Louis ville hospital Wednesday afternqon Mr Ballard was born and reared in Louisville but moved here last Feb ruaryHe was married in 1908 to Miss Nettle Scrivnur daughter of Mr L M Scrivner of this citywho with one child survives him The burial took place at Bardstown Thurs thy Mr Ballard died from ulcerat ed stomach from which he had been suffering for some time He was highly thought of by all who knew him and was an industrious honora ble young gentleman The bereaved family have deepest sympathy iu their great loss Newspaper Editor Following is a boys description oi editorAn is a male being whose buz zlness it is to navigate a nnzepaper lIe writes editorials grinds out poetry inserts deths and weddings and sorts out maueskripts keeps a waste basket blows the devil steals matter fites other peoples battles and sells biz paper for a dollar a year takes white beans and aplesass for pay when he can get it raises a large family and works 19 hours out of every 24 knows no Sunday gets damaged by every body and once in a while whipped by somebody lives poor dies middleaged and Often brokenhearted leaves no money is rewarded for a life of toil with a very short free obituary puff in the nnzepapera Up Goes the Price oi Meat Present hleh prices of meats with the prospects of another advance of two or three cents a pound before the snow falls suggests that there will be a general revision of family bills of fareEven now the cost of meats is so high that many families cannot afford toihave meat oftener than two or three times a week and among toe poorer classes beef an J pork are now regarded as IUX1rl sWhat is to be done il prices soar higher In these days meat is not regardedT essential as It was formerly There is a growing tendency towards the use of other foods a sort of vegetarian ten dency We are not exponents of the so called vegetarian diet system never tireless it ia our opinion that it could be profitable adapted in a rational way as a means of reducing the cost of liviag and at the same time without detri went to the health of individuals In support of a diet that will exclude the daily eating of meat many ret1M ble physicians are authority Iw the- III6tiontbatAmericAH ct too laisek Meat Tide is tiiiuJeubkdly torn ifIeqt1nhIy If Wi e ofbef park and mutton will compel 2Ie MUnctf meet the reealt may to a Jl r lFound Owner can at The Climax office proving property and paying for charges It For Rent IEightoffices in the McKee block and janitor service plendid location and very desirable Possesaiou at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at once R J McKee Splendid Cattle Market Monday was the best cattle day in tire last twentv years There were about 2500 at the stock pens and near Iy all sold The lowest price was three rents a pound while the top was tC per hundred The demand was brisk and i early all were sold by noon Heifers brought 3cts to 4 34cts Capt Douglas Burial Vonjlas2 p m last Wednesday and were met at the depot by a large crowd of friends and Richmond Commandery Knights Templar the latter conducting the ceremonies at the Cemetery The floral offerings were mahy and especially handsome tokens of the high esteem In which Capt Douglas was held Many prominent officials o the road attended the funeral Mules in Demand Mules were in demand Monday and many exchanged hands Theo Wil IOn sold a ware mule colt for 82 W R Cook bought two mules 65 and Si5 Rankin of Lincoln bought quite a lot at from SCO to SToTook Hubble bought a lot twin SCO to 80 Several aged mules were sold at from 140 to 175 There was a strong demand for good horses but ason last court day they limply were not here for sale Good horses are becoming so scarce that buyers have to hunt sellers instead of sellers hunting buyers as in bvgone days excepiionallyfine 0Court Dayr r i I ness There was a big crowd in town and a large lot of stock on the marke In mixing with the crowd TheOIimax fthegreatly gratified to find much enthusiasm and satisfaction overthe splendid ticket the Democrats have in the field We did not find a u1anwho was not heart and sOl1lfor tho ticket and who will give it his hearty support The Democrats are aware of the fact that the Republican are making a Itrllor gum shoe hunt and are doing all in their power to win Hence our vote can ha counted upon to come- out which insures the election of men thoroughly qualified and capable of filling the various offices I 0DEATHS OxKit David ONei11 welMcno n and highly respected citizen died Wed nesday after a Idng illntss lIe was for many years connected withthe rail roads in this city and for some time ran the trains on the old Richmond Branch running to Rowland He was a good man and highly thought of His wife and two children William and Mrs Clias Green survive him MAwrIMrs S J Martin died Monday at her homnt Caleast this county She was in her SOW year and had been ill for almost three years She leaves three children W II H J and R L Martin The re mains were interred in tire family burying ground Wednesday Mrs Martin was a good Christian woman and will be missed in the community MILLION After a long illness Mr George Million died at his residence hi f the county early Monday morning Ho was about sixtyfive years of age and one of our bestknown and most highly respected farmers He was a sufferer from kidney trouble He leaves a wits and six children the latter all growth As this article is written arrangementsSfor the funeral have not been complete ed A Good Stove Saves HEATA Defective One Wastes It i i Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Wonder Heating Stoue AND THE r o Model Cooking 1O 1 StoverSold Under an Absolute Guarantee x Taylor iliham Tbc Hat h MLt 0 a mm m id 1 i I FALL Is HERE r F l f and it IS about tune you are thmk r aing about winter clothes We have iflti 11 JJr iifeggp aeautif d Ito ej flEaUaJdiWinter vgfc goods Everything in I Woolen Goods Silks Flannellettes Ginghams Challies s Merserized Bengalines OutingsI i the very best values for your money f j f We wish to call your special atII tention to our SILK WAISTPAT j t TERNS both in fancy anajain 1rPrices ranging 398 498 SoOS a pattern Call and see us OWEM c ee The Richmond Climax HIJUSnED THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor KwtW of PRESS and PUBUSUERS LEAGUE FPICE f100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY ocr fl 1909 THE State Commissioner of Labor has published a card in which he says the child labor law will be enforced to the letter If be will only do this lie will be applauded by every right thinkln person The number of corporation and individuals too who are coining money from the labors of mere children is appalling This is an outrage and if the people Will only stop and think a minute we are satisfied that they will give a heartyamen to what tbe commis sioner promises to do Now we have the law we all know It is a good law right and proper lets see what will come of it 4 J B Haggin the millionaire far 1mer of Fayotto has placed his fonr hundredacres of tobacco in the pool Mr Haggle has money to throw to the birds and we venture the asser tion that ha took this step more to helpother farmers than to increase his own profits Ho is one of the few if rich men entirely free from selfish ofktime and attention to hording up dol f mrs Pity there are not more such 5men among the rich E beenI3 discovered we may expect per 4 sonally conducted excursions to that resort to begin at an early date thetbig party and if Dan does take charge it will be run just as adver- tisedt and all will be satisfied Dan should remind his lady tourists how- evert that sheath gowns will not be 1popnlar A Connecticut boy twentyone years old has just married woman aged seventy The reporter sending in the item failed in one important matter that of saying how much cash tbe old girl had Of course ita understood he married her for money 1an4 many would like to know just ho 7 much cash it takes to Induce a fellow to tie up with a blushing dam l sel of seventy L TilE Winchester Democrat says thanJboys horizon nowadays If the 4 L bring1itboy greatly Y benefitted and the teacher saved lots Pof trouble Jffi f A shoemaker in a entucky local optIon town has been arrested for t bootlegging and his wife as an ac i complice As it is presumed she v handled the finances of the firm and- i tkVcoln where women generally 4JCat77 sack treasure the should have it charged with stocklnglegglng THE Lexington Gazette has Imv provM80 much under the skilled f 1Iandof our friend W P Walton I that Its Nearest friends must look sVtwlfle to recognize it He under r4 piiftBds the newspaper business from H MRctttm to engine roomrequisites fr to cay saeeeasftd newspaper man JK uy gMherlugof people just aw tke MMt of the mothball tails tyM ikttf cwt ltwlstocft wE Wi pNE4M ksW tkM ls b4- S sfyIiIjti A fashion note says the waist line will be lower With the position for this point dancing up and down like jigsaw a fellow must keep con stantly reading the fashion books to know where to take hold when proposing to his best girl IT is estimated that there were 7000 fewer excursion tickets sold on Louisville steamboats this year than last Well thsts easy to explain They stopped the sale of liquor on the Sunday boats this ye ar and that is the principal drawing card for the Sunday excursionist IN roasting the editor of the Hariodsburg Republican Editor Wal ton says to hell with such cattle Now which does Walton meanfor the Harrodsburg man to stay in Harrodsburgor come to StanfordI Jjf the controversy between Dr Cook and Commander Peary instead of speaking of the latter as an also ran he should be classed as also landed EDITOR Walton of the Stanford Journal says many a girl thinks she has broken her heart when in reality she has only sprained her imagine tion f IN his speeches out West President raft continues to harp upon Party solidarity Its a safe bet he wants it revised upward as was the tarrlff With the price ot pork soaring near nine dollars a hundred we poor devils used to hog and hominy will be forced to cut out the hog Now just between ourselves who if anybody do you think discovered the North pole ANOTHER happy thought for today Taxes are due +1 Personals J Mrs Jce S Boggs is visiting in Cincinnati Miss Belle Bennett has returned from Lexington Albert Steele has been visiting in Rock Springs Ky Mrs A T Million has returned from a visit in Louisville Mr J S Has hIen of Lancaster was a visitor hero Sunday Miss Hattie Doty went td Lancaster last week for a short visit W R Powell of Nicholasville was a visitor here the past week Be sure to read Miss Eva Roberts advertisement in this issue Mr H H Price of Danville was a here on business the past week Mr Herbert J Price of Danville was in the city on business Friday Mrs Harry Blanton and children are visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Hester C vlngtoii is the guest of Miss Emma Cook in Nicholasville Mrs C E Barnes and little son Maurice are visiting friends in Paris A little son has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs RedfHouse Win A Parrish has returned to Dc catnr HI after a visit to his father- S Parrish A B Chanipachlef telegrapher of a pirenLstr Mr Harry Powell ofalIaWal1- aWashisherQora visjt tb his paf rents mt Red Honsef kV MrsSamucl ordoa jnftNicholas yUle ll1tMiiBIukeGordon in this city Jftrs Hawkins and daughter Misfe Grace of Elkton are gc stlofMrs Wren Grinstead on the Summit Stanford Journal Dr M C Heath of Richmond spent Sunday wits his daughter Mrs A H Sev rance Mrs kaymoYquBg a tIso itikftcIof nels Vb wfe I t ieothr Mri jai r tirl h 1anl i u 1 Mrs Frank Robinson and little daughter Mao have returned from a visit to relatives in Marcellns Ky Mr and Mrs W D Oldbam wjll at tend the ShippFryer wedding at Cynthiana this Wednesday evening Mrs J D Goodloe and Mrs Geo Simmons have returned from a visit to Mrs Lena Milward in Lexington Mrs D II Myers and daughters and Mrs Cynthia Carr and family left Friday for Florida to spend the winter Mrs Carrie Davidson Mrs Z T Rice and daughter leave this week to spend a month in Oklahoma with R L Davidson Misses Annie May and Joe Morris of Van Buren Ark have returned home after a visit to relatives in this city andcounty Mrs F A Walker returned to Huntington W V accompanied by Mrs Ellen Tevis to visit her daugh ter Mrs David Geiger Mrs Jas F Oldham and daughter Mary of White Hall have returned from an eight weeks trip to different points in Northern Michigan- Mr and Mrs Jas B Odor of near Cynthiana and Mr Hamon Million of Be ry were guests of Thos Million and family Sunday and Monday Mrs Matt Hacker and children left Friday to join Mr Hacker in Nicholas vlllo at which place they will reside Mr Hacker is in the employ of the L and N at that place Mr John Farra of Lancaster was hero Monday Ho is one of the best promoters of public impr3vcmcnts in Central Kentucky and has done more for his town than any man living thereThe Womans Club will have its open meeting in the Elks parlors at 23Q Monday the 11th The business meeting will be followed by the an nual social session given to the new members Mr Brownlow Miller representing the Strange Wholesale Jewelry Co of the West left for his home in Sherman Texas Saturday after a 10 days visit to Mr and Mrs J C George in this city Mrs Clarence Elmore left Sunday to join her husband in Covington to which place they will reside and where Mr Elmore is in theemploy t the L N Their host of friends will regret to hear of their departure- Mr and Mrs Hanger were registered at the Sinton in Cincinnati the past week Mr Hanger return ing from his New York work Mrs Hanger with a party of friends was in Lexington Friday in her automobile returning by the way of Winchester where she was a guest at a dinner given by Mrs James Winn Stanford Journal Miss Susan Fisher Woods has returned from a visit to Richmond lriendaMiss Lynch of New York visited Mrs G G Perry while en route to Richmond to visit friends Miss Margaret Lewis was the guest of Mrs W H Higgins while on her way from Crab Orchard to Richmond Mrs R L Doty and son Malconi of Richmond are the guests of Mrs J D Goode Presbyierianand Mrs J Addison Smith at the church yesterday afternoon The people irrespective of denomination filled the church during the hours and all expressed their deep feeling of regret that Dr Smith and his es timable family are to leave Richmond Ihey leave tomorrow for their new homo in Murfreesboro Tenn- Nicholasville Journal Editor A D Miller of the Richmond Climax and pretty daughter Elizabeth were here Saturday between tltlnMrJMiller besides publishing one of the largest newspapers in the State is president of the Eighth District Pub lishers League and vicepresident of the Kentucky Press Association and occasionally when a friend is later ested gets in the political game at which he is HO novice LexitJgtoB Leader Miss KleM- iller Woods OM of tbe rUfct soWtlWdb ot the7oe1is wt 47tpsr1ati tt JiMfcaiU fiiMtlaHm it L LRLL1Il S the Opera House last Week Miss Woods was first assigned the role but being called away from the city dur ing rehearsals Miss Bella Withe n was chosen as her substitute and put on the program as taking the part so that the mistake was made in that way when notice of the play was made in the paperstMM C D Miller entertained the Jnnior Mission Society of the Presby terian church Thursday night com plimentary to Miss Rhoda Smith who will go with her parents to Mur freesboro Tenn to reside Many interesting and unique contests and games were engaged In and hot chocolate and wafers were enjoyed The Society presented Miss Smith with partingIThe marriage of Miss Ethel HeacoX of Lexington and Mr Otto Ernest Vollenweider of McArthur 0 was celebrated at 1 oclock Thursday after noon at the residence of Mrs Geo K Bell on North Limestone St in Lex ington The house was elaborately decorated and the guests of whom thero were about one hundred pres ent wore received by the brides sis ters Miss Annie Heacox of that city and Mrs Elmer Deatheragc of this city The bride is a member of an old and prominent Lexington family being a daughter of the late Lester Heacox and the groom is a success ful lawyer The outoftown guests for the wedding were Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatherage and children Nr and Mrs Edgar Turley Mr and Mrs Charles Higgins Mr and sirs C E Douglas of Richmond One of the prettiest and most der llghtful functions of the fall season was Mrs Joseph Boggs Flinch party on last Wednesday afternoon The beautiful country home is well adapt ed for entertaining anti was made doubly attractive by the decorations of golden rod Upon arriving the guests were invited to the dining room where most delicious hot choco late was served Eight tables were used in the progressions and much merriment prevailed during the games An elegant lunch of substan tials and ices was served at the con clusion and all were loathe to leave The lovely October weather the true hospitality and the congenially of all present combined to make the after noon one of the most delightful in the social historyof Richmond Two of the prettiest social functions given by the younger people in Rich moral in recent years were the ger mans at Masonic Temple Friday and Saturdayevenings by the dancing classes of Misses Mary Bates Shackel ford and Julia White On Friday evening the older members entertain ed while the little ones gave theirs Saturday The looms were tastily arranged and the case and grace of the classes were proof of the splendid training abilities of the teachers It was a pretty sight indeed Saturday evening when the children in their handsome attire retired to the store of Perry Thomas were elegant re freshments were served The classes have made wonderful progress and all are highly delighted with their in struction Capt and Mrs Joe B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary in an impromptu manner last Thursday the 30th There were about 30 guests present among them only three per sons were at the wedding four decades ago one being the mother of Mrs Willis Mrs Geo DeJarnett of this county who is 83 years of age table was arranged in the shape of a cross as it was on first happy occas slon and the decorations of flowers and colored candles the latter numbering forty and arranged in a circle In center of the tables were very pretty Oysters on shellx chicken on toa3t French peas ham rolls and beaten biscuit cakes and cream formed the very palatable menu Some very pretty presents were giver and the happy pair arrdyed in be coming costumes looked scarcely older than the number of years they were celebrating They have had charge of the Springs Hotel for several years and have made many friends all over the State but none wish them more happiness than do the friends in Madison their old home Easy Money t When a farmer can draw 50a mouth from the sale of cream from a small drove of cows that is What cU easy money This remark was made by C C Brccheiscn a wellto do farmer of I Lyndon Kas OI course there la some labor about taking care of a lot of cows That Is it requires ppnctual work but the work Is no harder than tendingcrops and not a t hard as working in the harvest field Modern farm dairying has done away with a whole lot of the drudgery that formerly fell on the farm wife By using the hand cream separator and selling the cream churning is eliminated And preparing the cream and doing the churning was about the hardest work about the farm In using the hand separator the work is over in a few minutes an4 the cream is sold for spot cash The old way was to han die the milk several times before it was churned and then take the but ter to town Most every one well knows that country butter as a rule was a poor seller It was of varied colors and flavors This was not the rault of the farmers wife he hail havIbigisold at a low price But the cream soTls for just what it is worth and according to the test of its richness If the farmer depends upon wheat and corn for his revenue and both crop fall short Jie has little to fall back OB But if be W9tdclMli a few good dairy cows that wa ld ill in very well ami pay the raaatag ex pwuea of the family the yt throng iThIi th pds ft wlllMrrr ft tlvujMii I 2 3 JIIIr W Higher Court SavesLaneP Tha case of James Lane against the Commonwealth from Estlll county was reversed with directions to dismiss the indictment against him The indictment was on the charge of houseburnlng The court here says Is no semblance of real evidence Lane had anything to do with the burning of the houses and says the lower court should have dismissed the indictment A Philosophers FableaArthur Aull Is responsible for tbis oneFolly Genius and Common Sense once went walking and came to a stream Genius having his head in the clouds naturally started to wade across paying no attention to the depth The waters soon want over his head and he was drowned Come tnon Sense hunted for a safe way to get crossnnd finally he found a foot log As be got out about the center of the stream the log swayed and he fell into the water and sank to rise no more Folly stopped at the bank of the stream to amuse himself by throwing pebbles Into the water and watching the waves He sat upon the moist cold bank until he caught a cold which do veloped into pnenmonia of which be soon died MoralIt dont make much difference after all whether you are a genius a sage or a fool Youll get it sooner or later anyway Best Dog In the World Elizabethtown News Now that the bird season is approaching there Is agreat deal of dog talk going on and quite a little rivalry has been stirred up among the huntsman about town as to who has the bet Bus according to Squire Quince Johnson the veteran fertilizer seller magis trate and jokester the most valuable dog ever in Hardin county was owned by Mr Dave May t The Squire re lates that when Mr May was in tho revenue service he owned a dog that had a very fine nose for whiskey and especially for the moonshine whiskey in violation of Undo Sams laws On one occasion Mr May Squire John son and Geo Fowler were out on a hunt and the dog in question made a perfect stand Ho stood for several minutes and finally was urged by the owner to go in on the birds The animal was obedient to his master and when he emerged from tire bushes instead of a bird came out with a half gallon jugof brandy fastened securely to his teeth Squire says it was the best peach brandy he ever tasted before or since and in vouching for the truth of this little story say that he wants to put this dog up against the world for being able to deliver the goods at the right timehThe Welcome Man Theres a man in the world who is never turned down wherever he chances to stray ho gets the glad hand in the populous town or out where the farmers make hay hes greeted with pleasure on deserts o r sand and deep in the aisles of tbe woods wherever he goes thetud tut welcoming hand hes The Man Who Delivers the Goods The failures of life sit around and complain the gods havent treated them white theyve lost their umbrellas whenever there a rain and they havent their lanterns at night men tire of the failures who fill with their sighs tie air of their own neighborhoods theres me vno is greeted with luvelightcd eyes hes The Man Who Divers the Goods One fellow is lazy and watches tbe clock and waits for the whistle to blow and one has a hammer with which he wilt kno k and one tella storyof woe and one if requested to travel a mile will measure the perches and roods but one does his stunt witha whistle or smile hes The Min Who Delivers the Goods One man is afraid hell labor too Lard the world isnt yearning for such and one man js always alert on his guard lest he put In a minute too much and one has a grouch or a temper thats bad and one is a creature of moods so its hey for the juyous and rollicking lad for tire Onu Who De livers the GoodsWalt Mason iu Lexington Leader A Fathers Advice The following bit of useful and humorous advice was given to a young student on his way t tho Mlllcrsburg Mtlitaty Institute by his aged father The couple were seated on the Maysville train and tho fond father with his arm thrown alTi tionatcly around the lads shoulders spoke as follows Son I want on to realize in the first place that for the hardearned money which I am spending for your education I want good hard study in return do not expect you to take first place In your class nor to teach the professors anything but I do want you to bring home with you some prize even if snatched in pass Ing the bargain counter First honors do not mean a good ahortshopnor a good quarterback a tine dancer an expert bard player or spendthrift By honors I mean that I want you to take a high standing in your class work close application to your studies and take a good standing in deportment Do not try to batoo smart brain fever may result dp not discover the North Pole two men arc already In trouble over it do not startle science by the invention of wingless flying machine Do not re vise Eclld let Webster spell English his way let Prohibition Christian Science cigarettes and joy ride alone Theyonnjf idea learns tb slnot but not craps tf + t + t+ t i Laid tokrp i t + 1 + + i Tais seasons crop of peaches of RIJ eightyacre orchard In Oregon oun ty Mo brpuglit the owner 72000 The man who said the best poul try men on ot farms are women knew what to WM talking abou- tJtIae4iM4 that ten thousand S IIfhfi rva III thl- 1atfiII iif a t t4 Wt- tltu c WG Leer of Millersburg and E Clarke bfPariif bought 25 head of cattle one and two years old good feeders at 4 cents per pound in Mt Olivet last week- CharlesMartin and Leyson Tarr of Milleraburg and Don Wright and NucbClark of Sharpsburg bough 52 mule colts in Mt Olivet lIst week at an average of about 70 per head The mcmbers of the Cynthiana Commercial Club will give a tobacco air in January The plan is to give fair on the order of the one held in Maysville The Club will also try to take 100 members to the Farmers Institute tobe held in Berry Oct 1 and lhellrst sale of tile neW crop of Burley tobacco in the Cincinnati market took place Wednesday rwo hogsheads of fine Carrol county leaf were offered one red leaf brought f1375 the other colory lugs 1475 Two hundred dollars a ton for broom corn is now predicted bymen i n the trade At Arcola 111 farmers have refused 170 in the field Thl1 price Tuesdaywas 100 Buyers are frantic while the farmers are stand log pat The Cynthiana Democrat says it is Informed that mule colts this year are being held at least 10 higher than they were last year The demand Is strong Farmers seem to bo in good financial condition and they hero plenty of grassland feed If the buyers show any inclination not to pay the price asked Mr Farmer takes his colt back home and Waits That is what you call Independence At Mt Sterling about 6000 head of cattle were sold The best 1000 pound steers brough 4j cents with yearlings at 4 to4l cents Heifers brough from3 to 3 cents withsome fat ones bringing 4 cents There was considerable activity in the mule market several sales of big heavy mules being made with many suckling mules changing hand tbe price being paid for the latter ranging from 85 to 100 with the two extra good ones selling at 110 and fl05 Some few sheep were sold the prices rang ing from 550 to to 10 per head English Spavin Limmeilt removes Hard Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from horses also Blood Spavins Curbs Splints Sweenev Ring Hone SUfi rs Sprains Swollen Throats etc Save iO by use of 0110 bottle A wonderful Blemish Cure Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 0oC Wet or Dry at Winchester Early Saturday afternoon the local option forces of the city filled a peti tion at Winchester asking that an eiectionbe called by him on December Olo vote on the question d wot or dry Iri Winclioster The saloon interests of the cHy late Saturday afternoon filed a petition asking County Judge J H Evans to call an election to vote dn the whisky question in the county of Clark Tho pptiinp wnsf iznpl by HJ1Iiti lulls ulallit fiull inly fow Imiiii afterthat of tIle temperance workers asking that an election be heM in the city The two will be voted on the same day but JUdge Ean has notyet fixed the dale Cures Remoye Doubt About Eczema Cure Read What Your Dragalst Says AoutOU 01 YVInterareen v Compound Since the oldfashiomd theory ot curing eczema through tho blood has been given tip by scientists man different vsalves have been tried los skin diseases lint it has been found that these savles only clog the pores and can not penetrate to the Inner skin below the epidermis where the eczema germs are lodged This the quality of penotraUns probably explains tbe tremendous success of theoniy standard liqui eczema cure oil of winiorgrcen aQ conlpoundol In DD V Prescription After ten years of cure after cure the worlds lending skin specialists Lave accepted this as the true eczema cur- We ourselves do not hesitate to commend D D C Prescription tit 1 00 a bottle but for the benefit of thosu who have never tried the pro scription we arranged vith D D D Laboratories of Chicago for a fjcial large trial bottle at 25s on a sjecial otTer now This first bottle ought to convince every sufferer and at any rate it will surely take away the itch at once Sold by Stockton t lagan PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE tCllyTE1 n e rty J I will offer f y sale on premiseR on Wednesday Oct 20 19Q9 at 2 ncJockr p m tha handsome brick reMdence kiowa a the Barlow property on Collins sliest The lioui contains ftvei rooms and hiss btRhmpnf under entire building Lot is 200 x 200 fet Is on one of tho I es stu ts in Richmond Rid is very dcsireablo in every way All in fine repair Will also at same time oflefarEplendiil build ingJot onJJstreet Lot is 130x230 feet an4 nicely situated Trrins made known ondpy of sale John Allman ton Tom Ciienault Allot Vou wJIi fl d cur Shirt and Collar voUcas fiiie as it looks from a dlstanre- ionfcientiouB care combined with rsil11elhd of equipment and hel- pisttresouofTHE wprk that is on a jaf with i hat d tire best metropolitta flaTilishments I ry THE Laundry iiiica and youl always have your but h1e seat to U- sKfocimt Qty Laundry tH41 TriI J4IU 1 f GRAT FIRE SALE STill ON We have 1000 pair of Mens Ladiid Childfens Shes to sell at ONEHALF PRICE and Oxfords still lower Now is the tune to shoe the family at a low price with the tFoL gQOQsAW en afeo have a few Corduroy Cqatsand ye- jsjOvercos f for Men arid boys Flannel Shirts of good quality and many other articles such as Shirts Collars and Mensr Furnishings all at h J Onelialf Price I iland lower These goods must go at some price Come at getyqrs- hare Now is your chance 2 In addition to the above stock we have just received a large stock of FINE SUITSand Overcoats for men boys and children all new and uptodate of best quality and made by the best clothiers We also have a new line of Hats Shirts Neckwear Underwear Hosiery andeverything in Mens Furnishings We cordially invite every man and boy to come in and examine this new line of fall clothing and get our prices before Buying it means dollars to youeIt costs nothing to look we take pleasure in showing you Look for the Fire Sale Sign J s tanHerSuccessor to Stanifer Soper Main Street opposite MadisonNational Bank The World Rdnowued and Only Absolute Smoke Consuming Stove Hn Earth THE WONDER OF THE AGE The HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT Florence I Patent Sustained by U S Circuit Court July 5 Patent Sustained by U S Circuit Court of Appeals Mardi 6 iSOh Beware of Imitations and unscrupulous people who claim to have a stove like or just as good as the Foreuce Do not be deceiver by such false claims and it out when too late Examine the Florence carefully before you buy NO SOOT NO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERS EVERYTHING CONSUMED At the end of a seasons use with soft coal there will be no soot in the pipe or flue iiI THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jomtless leg bottom and base with full radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or has eveij been made in the interest of the stove industry t The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove air tight below grate which is the only true tire IfItit is today iThe Hot Blast Air Tight Florence will heat twice thE space heated that can by any other stove on earth at one half the cost 11 The only perfect floor heater that is or has been made All features are patented and no stove manufacturer seveittn3earsfromtion for damages If the Flofence is Operated According to Directicns The No 21 will heat one small room all winter with 2 tons ofslack or lump coal The No 4 or No 23 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 234 tons of slack or lump coal The No 51 or No 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump cal The No 53 or No 27 will heat 5 room all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump coal The No 55 will heat a large store or school room with 6 tons of slask or lump cp il For a chuheh less coalwiUfbe re qUIre d t I Will burn ii ton KSs of hard coal Base Burner of the same size and heat twice the space r THErJIOT BLASt AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal o sack nhfi I orQlWsIdebase burner It will jnlrfl wood and saw dustwet or drv It WIll prod ce onesas-hes than any stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed i fuel FOR SALE BY Douglas Simmons l I Weve Roun edup the Best I t Our large purchases of thech now on d1IVJaten- abled If us to get the best styles and to name the lowest prices it Now is the time to refurnish your home one room or to buy 5r piece of Furniture for that odd corner thaf tha you have J needed vBe sure to make an early inspection from our shiing p f GI r sf V- TI Furniture Carpets and Stove 0 I I Opposite HotcljGIyndon K mondtuyr J 1f wjquft jtor wiwKaiW fqp aH 1iJrt Li r ii Q jU The RICHMOND CLIMUVXS Popular Girl Piano QrdestI- s OFF WITH A RUSH THEV0TINGIS NOWUNDRWAY= Rules of Contest In this contest votes are given only for subscriptions to the RICH MOND CLIMAX except the free vote coupon publishedwhich may be filled out and voted The subscription price of the Climax is LOO a year and during this contest the Farm Lifet will be sent one year free to subscribers of the Climax Contestants are re= quested to write us for copies of these paper to canvass with Announcement This piano and popular rfrl contest riU be conducted on strictly business principles with perfect justice and fairness to all concerned Prizes I The first prizes shall be two fine firstclass pianos valued at XIeach One piano will be awarded to the winner residing In Richmond and one to the winner residing in Madison county Many other valuable arid useful presents will be given and announced later Winners of special prizes offered from time to time are not barred from any other oward- scaudldaes Any younclady in eltherof these districts Is eligible to enter in this contest The most popular young lady is the one who shall receIve the most votes in herterrltory To her shall be awarded the beautiful upright piano to be given away In that territory Classes of Votes The votes are Issued in coupons of the following dcnomln lions New Subscriptions votes for 100 on subscriptions Renewal Subscriptions votes for f on subscriptions Hack Subscriptions votes for on subscriptions General Subscriptions Standing of the contestants wilt be published in this paper to be compiled from editorsmore or less regularly same records as ballot boxes are locked No employee of the paper shall be a candidate or work in favor of a contestant we r Executors Sale OF Val1l3 City rory The underlined as executors of t1O will of U B Dlllingham Bud 3 agents for his heirs and IIIi oa Friday Oct 16 1909 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock offer for sale at publfo outcry to the Highest aad best bidder in front of the late resdeico of H B Dillingham on Main street In Richmond the follow- Ing pieces of real estate located within the limits of the city of Richmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick residence on West Main St lately occupied by H B Dillingham with all the land contiguous to same con taming three acres more or less The House II substantially built and handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bath and store rooms mad has a superb cellar and is connMttd with city water and gas The property It now In good condi ton ana kas all necessaryoutbuild ing includlic stable ice house car riage house and has an entrance by an alley to the rear premises from Main street without driving through the frontyard 2 Also 11 acres of land located at the intersection of the Big Hill pike and Boggs land now occupied as a residedc fcy H D Rayburo this lot is improved with a substantial two tory frame dwelling contains six rooms ad has barn and other neces sary batballdlngs 3 Two tracts of land locatedat the Intersection of the L N and L A Railroads The tracts of land contala about three acres more or less and will be sold In separate par cels and would make fine sites for manufacturing establishments of any kind This property will all be sold on following terms one third Cashon the 1st day of January 1910 for which security will be required and the residue In two equal installments due respectively six twelve months the lstday of January 1910 de ferred payments to bear interest at the rate 8 per cent per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession wlll be given and to secure payment lien will be reserved Th tittle to this property is abso lutely perfect and sale will be made without reservation for purpose of distribution s H Thorpe Joe Chenault H D Rayburn Executors Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen aye we use this method to inc vit j our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated t tj Rich Mountain el LCO Coal fF which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction 4 GiveusT trial order and frget acquainted with jatif l Coal ana tboQtJf Qaing i t IihC f r I i j Death on the Guillotine Sardou In order to be present at the execution of Tropman In January 1875 spent the night before with La noquctte the prison director In his description he says At daybreak the guests went out upon the cold bleak execution place where the guillotine had already been erected The bedraggled crowd which had spent the night In drinking places sang ribald songs and from time to time shouted for Delbler the executioner who meanwhile was explaining the mechan- Ism The basket In which the head was to drop was brought and while looking at it I was horrified to see the lid arise and a human form emerge Dont worry said DeIbler with a smile that Is only my wife who wanted to see the execution and I chose the simplest way to secure a good place for her Clemenceau saw Emlle Henry decapitated on May 22 1S04 In his capacity as a journalist and describing how the culprit was dragged to the machine strapped upon byawaltIngknife finally ended it all said that the horror of It made him sick Why Blinds Were Drawn The Edinburgh landlady of the sev byherblinds drawn closely down on the Sabbath was but carrying on the tradi tions of her greatgrandparents The centuryhadon Sunday Mr Thompson In his Weavers Craft gives It Some times the minister himself he wrote when he got a colleague to preach for him would make the rounds accom- panIed by an elder to spy with his own eyes the sins of the absentees Here one man Is found romping with Ms bairns another as the minister peeped through the window was detected kissing his wife two men were found drinking ale and one was found gotngtoeating a hearty dinner All were pull ed up before the session of the kirk and repentance forced upon each London Standard Bread and Cheese A couple advanced In years got married lately The husband bad a room in the bouse securely locked the inside of which his wife bad never seen and being cnrlous of its contents she begged again and again to see the room At last he consented and lo and behold the room was full of whole cheesesHe matters by telling her that for every sweetheart he had in his young days be bought a cheese His wife began to cry Dont cry dear he said Ive had no sweethearts since I met you Its not that she replied still BOb- bing 1 only wish 1 had been as thoughtful as you and bought a loaf of bread for every man that kissed me Wo could have had bread and cheese enough to last us all our daysLond- on TitBits Trouble For Creditors Even the simplest law transactions seem to be beyond the comprehension of some people An old farmer went into a grocers shop a short time ago ordered a sovereigns worth of goods and when they were ready for delivery laid down a five shilling piece In payment thereof The shopkeeper called out Here thls Isnt right as the customer started to leave Oh yes thats all right replied the man Ive got permission from the Judge to pay 5 shillings IB the jipund A heated discussion revealed that the man bad lately settled an mad vency upon this baste and expected to continue that method IndefinItely Wbeii be was shows his mtetake be was Very Indignant aB pkJeutly coa Bere bimsejf a raach ecllHa London Globe SM Waet UJISti4lVS Mary Mary erie 3Ira Johnson to Set tHIdwKtlf I 4 Ive Just bail t moat tlacdtlelltud- doat koi wht gotag tej happen Ive broken jay neDdaJulalMlJ- M k4ew ho taMEy k to to Wit t Md imtI mMju A1 J The publishers are not tell for whom any one votes except in case of alleged error or irregularity Koch contestant is requested to send us a cabinet size photograph for publication as soon as convenient Make up your mind whom you are going to vote for before COOl In to the office We positively will not decide the matter An awarding committee of three of the best business men a re to be appointed to make final count and distribution of prizesOne thousand votes will be given free to each young lady nominated during the first thirty days A free ballot good for 100 votes will be run in the paper regularly during the greater part of the contest Contest not to run not less than ninety days The day of Closing will be announced about thirty days in advance The right to pass the date of closing for a sufficient cause is reserved The contest shall close at a certain date announced later About two weeks previous to the date of closing the judges arc to take the ballot boxes carefully locked or sealed 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 contest when the awarding committee will take charge and make final counts During the last two weeks voting may be done in the seal ed box at the bank If secrecy Is desired in voting place your cash subscriptions together with other votes and coupons In sealed envelope with name of contestant on same and deposit in ballot box envelopes and subscription blanks will be fur nished for tins purpose This guarantees a fair and square deal to alt concerned I rm not rrettlng and Ive Just broken the large pier glass in the drawing roomLondon Fun- Leftover Material Barbara aged four had always been allowed to make small cakes out of the scraps of dough left from the morn Ings baking so one morning after being sent to gather the eggs she came running in with a very tiny one and exclaimed Oh mamma see this little egg It must be thats all the dough the hen had leftlDelineator- Ups and Downs The world Is full of ups and downs quoted the wise guy Thats rllhtu agreed the simple mug We are ci ther trying to live up to a good repu tation or trying to lire a bad one flown Philadelphia Record A Piano Club Mrs HuttonWe are organizing a piano club Mr Flatlelgh Will you Join us Flatlelgh With pleasure Mrs Hutton What pianist do you propose to club first Chicago News Better Left Unsaid HostessrUs beginning to rain Youll get wet I think youd better fuestObdearall that Sydney Bulletin- RELIGIOUS THOUGHT T Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations We have need to thank God more and more for the friends that we possess and pray that we may never be left friendless Rev Maurice Ambrose Levy Baptist Newton Center Mass ITo Secure a Title Clear to Heaven To live with men and for humanity as Jesus lived when on earth Is the surest way to secure a title clear to mansions In the sklesRev Amos Judson Bailey Reformed Brooklyn First Essentials Honesty and integrity are the first essentials Be careful and honest In the little things and the greater things will come of themselves Rev George Davidson Episcopalian Marietta O Soul of Improvement Improved methods are good but Im proved men and women are better and the soul of Improvement Is the improvement of the soul Rev Dr Charles F Aked Baptist New York To Do Good Youve got to live a Christian life If you expect to do any good All the preaching In the world wont save a soul If you dont live the life und If you do you dont need any preaching Billy Sunday Evangelist Chicago Mans Moral Destiny More and more the conviction grows that to teach men how to fulfill their moral destiny here Is to fit them to fulfill it hereafter and that to do this Is to bring down the New Jerusalem from heaven to earthReV Caleb S S Dutton Unitarian Brooklyn Needof Enthusiasm A need In the armament of man In the battle Is enthusiasm It Is not only necessary to believe but one must have the Inspiration Men do not gain fame by chance but men do gain It by boundless enthusiasm Rev D G Downey Methodist Chicago What Counts- I recognize the pressure of modern life and the limitation on our time and strength but It Is quality and not quantity that counts Not how much but bow genuine Is the test of the churchs service nnd power Rev F A Hanley Baptist Providence R I Transforming of Human Society OB the basis of righteousness human society will be transformed Who is the church Not the minister not the mosque Yos are the charch and you who are the chorch Brest understand year obligation and duties and lead UK world to an understanding of the destiny et human society Rabbi Cries eveludOReat Jn ths Lord The haiaan soul is restless until It reposes la God If we faltbfullyseek aad lad this safe retreat In the grace of the reconciled God then the cause of all eur restlessness will be removed aad It will be fulfilled what the Sav Soar says Come unto me all ye that tabor and are heavy ldea gad I will Ii m Ai z 1rjIIfWM Iltr I ti 7 PRIZES One 400 Smith Barnes Piano andmany other valuable and useful presents- to be announcedjater Winners of special prizes offered from time to time are not barred from any other awards has given us a conscience that Is to be husIt voyage of life our conscience as n guide that by It we may reach our harbor the home God has prepared for us after death Hev Thomas R Mc Coy Roman Catholic Boston Hope That Spurs Us On j The price of not becoming a Chris tIan Is the loss of Joy and hope All i life Is lived by hope The business man consoles himself for his present condition with the hope of future ac wltblinspurs us hopethatforts In this ilfeRev F E Dark Baptist Portland Ore Give and Ye Shall Receive We are here on earth to be trained to givo and not to grasp We gain most by giving most We lose by grasping It we blindly refuse to give and Insist on grasping God comes to cblldanl1comes to make us give because by giv ing only can we truly receive not to take from us our Joy but that by giv ing to him we may receive more Joy Rev John Hopkins Dennison Congregationalist Boston The Light of Reason The light that onco shone far out over the great blue sea from the top of the Pharos went out long centuries ago but the light that reason kindles In the brain of man Is Immortal and cannot be extinguished Forever and forever It burns brighter and brighter clearer and clearer and because truth Is truth and right Is right the time must come when all men shall walk In Its light free from superstition and from all the ugly prejudices and hates for which superstition Is responsible Rev Thomas B Gregory Universalist New York Sowing Good Seeds Sad sad thought to realize that the living words of God to some people are of so little Importance as they fall from the lips of Gods children Nev thclcss they shall not return to him void by any means But the wayside the stony rough unfertile ground crowing nothing but thorns and this ties unless this wayside Is digged and worked and put In a fertile condition It will not and cannot bring forth good fruit But some one has asked easilybrotherbyTour life cleansing your heart fromall sIn making you a new creature In Christ Jesu1 that you may grow Into the saving power of our blessed Lord Ret G A McCaslln Evnngellca McKeesport Pa Taken Up As Estray Two black shoats weight about 50 pounds each Came to my place about two months Owner can have same by provingproperty and paying charges Sept 29 09 Jno J Todd 4t Ternll Ky Public Sale I will offer sale to the highest and best bidder on the premises on Tpesday Oct J2 09 at 1 oclock p m Residence on Second Street opposite L A car shops House contains ten rooms nnd has all necessary outbuildings and 234 acres of land At same time on premises will 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 Iratber Row All of this property la in good repair and very desirable Terms will be announced on day of sale Any one desiring to inspect property call dn HA VIY JXHJCLA1 IX l i Y i For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobrowsky Tax Notice Your City Taxe for Ihe year 1909 are now tue and In my hand fir collection Yon are requested to call and settle On all taxes not paid on or before November list the penally preaiTibed by Ordinance will be at tached also interest at the rate of 61 percent per annum will bo churned on NoyumIbArFirst and Irvine streets Reept 4t T C ONEIL City Collector Two nice rooms for rent with board Mrs J T Palmer phone C33 If Business Change Mr J H Kennedy has severed his connection with Golden Flora of this city and accepted a position as representative of Peter tUirghard Stone Co of Louisville This firm is ac knowledged to be the largest stone company in the South and their work U in all the lending cemeteries ot thr country BeIng now with this well known and reliable firm Mr Kennedy is in position tp give cus tomers the very highest class of work at reasonable prices and furthermore he can guarantee that the wirk will be delivered when promised Ills headquarters are in Richmond and he will be glad to furnish estimates to any needing tombstone or monuments or any kind of stone or marble work 4t Estray Hog- A mountain sow came to my place court day and has since been cared for Owner cnn have same by identi fying and paying charges Squire Williams 1m Irvine pike Call up C W Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try Lard the kind your mother had Phone 2462 J- lfh 44 rad is directed at the THIS who has all the in his line in this community q Mr MerchantYou say youve got it all Youre sell anyhowyou would like more business q Make this community buy more tj Advertise strongly consist ently judiciously tJ Suppose you can buy a lot ofwashtubs cheap advertise a big washtub sale in this pa per Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it tie minute they look at your ad Talk strong on washtubs And youll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years yOuqpower ewfe AC RATES ARB RIGHT LL N Till iii i wwwI t Special Prize for Saturday October 9th To every young lady who brings or sends more than 10 in subscriptiono before 6 p m on Saturday Oct 9 will be given a HANDSOME JEWEL BOX No vote counted on these special prizes exceptfor new subscriptions and all these votes count in contest THE CLIMAX VOTING CONTEST 1909 I hereby unjrxest or nominate the name of Address as a young lady worthy to become a candidate in the Popular Girl Voting Contest The editor shall not divalge my name and this does not obligate me in any way Signed Address all or to Notice to will be received by the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond un til noon Tuesday Oct 12 1009 for fur mailing material 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 the supervision of the Of flee of Piibtc Uonds Wa hinaton D C audits in addition lo iho 2000 feet of road rcently advertised Bids will be opened at noon Tues d ty Ot 12 1903 in the business office of the normal school The right is reserved to accept or reject any bid as may ba deemed for the best interest of the schqol Finns and specifications may be in spected and further information ob talnel at the office of the normal school or by writiii to tn und rsifrnd Per Order of The Bnarit ot Reutsii a 21 By J It Johnson Enjjr undersigned Executors ot H P Dillingham will on Oct pumiraui to the authority given to them by said wil s1I1I public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property in the city of Richmond 1 The laga brick dwelling house known as the old Hollow ny Homestead The lot cm which this residence is situated fronts Hillsdale avenue 125 feet and runs buck in parallel litiHh perpendicular to Hill d1tje avenue 210 feet and then broadenine out sots 10 include a caiden in the rear contain lug in all about 1 12 acres The build iiiK rorwins eight loonie laga halls two cisienis in aid and a moke IIUUH audi on the whole istt vrj ditsiiable piece of property 2 A Hi e nnidine lor on the east ot said residence lviug between tilt ieti deuce and haute lribe8IrtEt fnmtiig Hillsdale avenue CO Jet zttd running back In parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 feet This lot is improved by a final tworoom ciitage and a frame Lnildincnstd as acairi cehouce The lot layswell 3 A flue building lot on the west side of brick residence fronting Ullir dale avenue 60 feet and running back in parallel lines perpendicular ilieveto 210 4 A building lot in rear of dwelling house which Irons Bnllie IrvlDe street 60 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hallie Irvine street UO feet to the lice of the garden of the brick house and bounded on thE tioith by a ten foot alley 5 Lot NO 5 Uonts Hallie 1 iiik street fi0andrunabacit 140 f tlilld is bounded on the south by a ten lout alley and on the north by the Zjenian lot being about feet wide at the rear Alter the sale of the above di scribed pieces of property separately it willI then be oifcred ai whole and sold au us to realize thnlaigeat amount of money i The tilo to all of ihe property Is perI feet anti jmcfiesslou will be given on the 1st day of January 1910 Tim poiierty will b sold on the fol lowing terms One third of the par chASe money will he due snil 1MRbh January U 1910 tor which sen Jty sy btfqnlied and sliH bamnre Hill it clueiji two tqusl iusialiinriit due re spectivtly In ax and tWtlvl montli or which notes will be rcqnirsd beariac interest itt ural ut six per cent ana secured by H len on th propsrly ILD Raybura a H Tberp r 60bjM l r Dr Robt C Dentist Telephon 267 Office In Oldham Uuiiuiug Dr C H Graduate MeKWlppVeteiln i tugs 01 CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at V u iiit 1 atmntU ctubl Telephone et RiCH aOND KY D M OHKNADLT ATTORNEYS AT LlW HMOND SKTIXI t Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R ceti rI3 1JENiJ o Over State Bank 288 Dr F S Hobson Building PHONE 205 tb SIJ1J 9sa TTORNKYATLULW i Hue over state Bank i True Co OJ osite Court House on Main ree- tJarry M Blanton DENTIST Qllco Ullh aaly izLih lr th i1 THE CHILDRENS FAVOIUTE TNICB- EWARC OF IMITATIONS THE CCNUINC PHCPAMIO ONLY Liniment Co aT LOUIS MO Sold by Perry Thoma Cures Sick Turkeys M ll n iVo Wiii MIIS I cured mv huR8 wna your Bonbon Hog Cholera Remedy antI m wife cured some sick turkeys with your Bourbon Poultry lare They are both splendid remedies lold b9 Ptiit1 TIOHIU Rii i nond Xv 0 IS RAPIDLY Nothing is daintier or prettier for spring or wsBEier liBgerks tfea- sHMd Work find Eva carries a fall line of Materials with stamu lig outKt and will be H aeed to haV4 kcr- ta sMM MM JHlU Mil MtItt J 5 T FOR ioo VOTES IN THE fiirl For Miss JiTCut This Coupon Out and Vote It Address Communications Nominations TILE CLIMAXRichmond Kentucky Contractors- Bids PUBLIC SALE Lty PLe1tyT- he Saturday 2909 Boggs Mauihart Veterinary Surgeon Emmett Million rrutCozspsuy- TLEP1IONE Smith DENTIST JHMUNDrh1l uream tirjHHU R- aREMEDY BallardSnow SPRING APPROACHING Embroktery Miss Roberts GOOD Popular Piano Contest Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relic at Last It does seem that women hare more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must keep upmust attend to duties in spiteof constantly aching backs or headaches dlziy 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 any other organ of the body Keep the kidneys well and health is easily maintained Head of a remedy for kidneys qsly that and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Daarille St Lancaster Kf says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills I mo believe that they lire up to the claims great4ealcould not sleep on this account On everal occasions my back became so ainfu fillet w nl tht 74 nn lf to ttend 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 1 was comoelled to discon tinue ther use for a time but am oiv itgaln lining them and am certain that they will soon rio me entirely of kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price UonpanvBuffalothe United States- Remember the namcDoanaand take no other slm Poorhouse Letting Notice w hereby given that healed proposals will be received by the Coun ty Judge up to noon October 5 1909 for the furnishing of fuel and provi along to the inmates of the Madison County Poorhouse for the year 1910 Said bids are to stuto how much per week for each inmate with house and all the farm rent free on the north side of the Richmond and Union turnpike except field now in corn The atleceia- ful bidder will be required to keep said farm in repair and to furnish bond with approved security for the faithful performance of his contract The right is reserved to reject auv antI alt bide N BTIURPIN J MC 22s3t September 20 1009 I CURES Soin j 1- 0 J I III For Sale R Fine Blue Grass Farm The unlersifrned as exejcntor of the estate of James Bennett deceased will on p 4 Thursday October J4 1909 Lat 10 oclock a m on the premisllIrsell at public auction the fine farm of S25 acres ot land known as the Dr Scott place situated just outside the gUy limits of Richmond Ky on the Tales Creek pike and within one mile of the Court house On this farm is nIflntclass twostory six room exclud lag balls and pantry residence with large cellar stable and all other neces sary improvements The entire farrr U in bluegrass and is now in the high fit lint ill v iin ilWHlIl and kugar tree land it is genuinely fitted for raising tobacco It is abundantly 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 weii liinu al ouf 1100 one mare uiid uiiie OIl ut luuie anti one mare mule 2 years old past unlr k en- TermrFartnOneilijrcl Tflsh bal ance m two equal installments due In one and two yeais with six per cent interest from date of Rlp Personal property will tw soil for cash For fur her information apply to S C BEN Ib ETTIrW C Long Tom Chenault anctio- nerJGBOSLEYt Physician and Surgeon Office over Stanifer Sopors Rooms i and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 2W Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson McKee Dentistt IICOUGHS b 1 Tbn S 25c5Oc ANDtooBAlLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO old anCl Reoommended I PERRY THOMAS FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS JSVEKYTH1NG GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCISNEW RESTAURANT r- 1ancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco ei4eceei RICIMNDXY Re tIQ TR a J a 1 I v tuIII 11IfD PT I 0 1 rt 0 IIJ f Why Suffer Are you one of the thouandof women who discouragedCardul On the wrapper are full directions for use beenestablishedfor pain which only women endure It is reliable dependedTake CARDUII I It Will Help YouJ34 SnewntesII me r yourmediciIeIwouldAT ALL DRUG STOKES k I rte Ze JgetaiWes fAw We receive fresh shipments every day 3 Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries Y cannotbeequa- ledSEWELL J I McKINNEY it GROCERSC c Telephone 223 I ts Building TimeI- f you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Firstclasscarpentersline JEFFSIONERICHMOND hew Quarters 1 theldhio ever to care for your skins Bring us vmr H des Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries ind Vegetables in se- asonlhurman Grocery Company Furs Hides IronI pay the marketprice for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write or telephone and I will call M WIDESTELEPHONE 363 203 liatill Avenue RICHMOND KY Gong to Use Any Lumber SasS DoorS Laths Paint Rubber or Felt RoofingN PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to Todd Lackey Comer Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modem for your family as a city resi decq and place yourself in a position to get the latest markot quotations at am time Thi can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which YI and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the bene adquarter8NlsIniIIltare If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately uterr8t you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi lnUiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois East Tennessee Telephone Co7 Incorporated Ge00MwischenFormerly With J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor 4ppartments over J E Sexton Phboe 173 All Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning Repairing SatsfiG OurtlnlHd Your Ptronge Soltclicd rL fy u i File Richmond Climax NKMta maT WH MT If THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangt LOUIS LANDRAM Editor ol PRESS lid PUBUSIERS trICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VEIN lAY 001 0 1909 Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Riward for return ET Uurnam 98tl WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of ther Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from 5ts a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you allan pet our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First slI James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse f rm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him andIartfully attended to Se ill if his rvio s are flrl- L f C BOTlt7 SURVEYOR Iictts the PntrMirgeof the Gen i iiR I hh or vri- toUniofl City Kyw Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance CD will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to JC Chonnnll Atfy 69lf Hiiilmiond y For Sale A No1 carriage in good condition practically now for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewisr be bought at a oargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Cote A C Scanlan Goldeo Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT vnich will enable them to d netter work than ever before lhey have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and nvite their friends to call loud inspec their stock and wirk Satisfaction guaran ed fiolden Flora With Zaringrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an experienced one can Ret satisfactory results If the girl doesnt turn out good biscuit bread or cake dont blame her at once It may he the flour Order a sack of Zarinps Patent today oud note the results Its dollars to donehnuts she will do better with ZaringVPatent Flour Fine Care Fine HairIts fine care that makes fine hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula sys tematically conscientiously and you will get results We kftow it stops falHaghair cures dmdraff and is a most elegant dressing Entirely new New bottle New contents Deed lchange IRe color of lkMlr yarmul with Mefe bettl Wii to yo w elSdeor lmbO It nI Hair Vigor as now made frdm out new imfrevtd formula is the latest ot- ciendlcaDd in tyery Way A Terr Mhair ever d the market for lalUnj hair ittdJii4n1M- ii the otti rutmedheiI 11 t Iiij iS- fllJJli Find the Mam Every MR tid WMIUI k tuctent ty1IluxuryeverySingle haadtd it trattft tttkc imonths te awk avt tuLs4I- iyour line tf bULis pqcdoesIt Corrals ta ymrck Mr teiaci hythingsL Oop7KOl uw br WliI uj FAWIImwm m J GAME BY FETRIGGREGISTER ROCKfORD 0 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission BETTER TILLAGE DID IT What can bo ncctimpllshed by the mere fact of ft Ulorou vUltivation of the soil has been brought to the writ ers uttcutlon very forcibly during the past few weeks A Hfty or sixty acre Held belonging to a farm which tons been share rented for the past twenty years and hence gradually robbed of Itu fertility for it has not ben manui td or replenished with clover was Ulveu n deep plowing and this year planted to corn Prior to this year the tkhl had been sort Of An agricultural byword little being expected of It and as little being realized from It Thla season howcvrr different tactics were followed The field WItS put In good tilth as a seed bed good seed planted and It good stand of corn secured During the growing season it was cut tivated thoroughly five times The result was an eye opener Not only did this handling result in a good growth of stalks which were well eared but mellow was the surface kept that the crop was able to with stand protracted dry weather In much better shape thab richer and heavier lund which was not so well tilled not withstanding It had a coarse gravel snhsoil A lot of tanners who have driven past this field haYs been won daring what magic was used on it It was just a matter of cultivation of the soil which unlocked Its possibilities in spite of the fact thAt Its fertility was badly depleted Tfie same cultivation coupled with manure and clorcr would accomplish even better results These three things ought to bo tried on thousands of farms through tb cottoIt corn and small grain belts PROXY FARMING One of the greatest curses of present day American agriculture is tfco all tee prevalent system of proxy farming or absentee landlordism Go lab aSf we tion one will and tho most rua ow places are almost without exception those owned by men who Uve In town and have turned the virtual manage mont of the farm over to a cash or share renter who in all too many cases being on a short lease thinks he does best for himself by skinning the land to the limit Very likely the own er came into possession of the property when land wee got for a song or In herited It from some thrifty parent and It is natural enough if be receives a fair interest return on what he con siders is invested that be should not be as alert along the line of seeing that Its fertility is kept in repair as he ought to be Best results arc obtained in the farm management when the owner works it himself if he has any business head at all Next best Is the leasing of the farm to a careful man on a long time lease so that both tep ant and landlord may share jointly In the benefit which may accrue from stock feeding clover growing and dairying operations CHEAP PLOWING A north Iowa gasoline engine manu- factory the largest of Its kind in the world some little time ago established an experimental farm on which during the season closing all of the plowing disking and seeding operations have been done with traction engines In the matter of comparative crop yields the figures have not been fully worked out but in tile plowing operations it was found that the cost in labor oil etc of plowing an acre was 3i cents While the large areas on which steam or gasoline tractors would give most effective and economical results are Inn way Incompatible with the wide spresil tendency toward a division of thl41 large areas and tho following of u more Intensive type of tillage the fact remains that there aro still a good many sections where the small tractor might be used with decided advantage as a substitute for horses In plowing and other farming opera tions A feature of tho above machine plowing that ought to be mentioned Is that It was done at a depth of from seven to eight inches which Is nearly twice the depth of ordinary horse plowing NEEDED INOCULATION An Illinois farmer who sowed fourteen acres to alfalfa lust year bad an experience which might be a help to some of his fellows lIe sowed the seed In tile spring and did not takft the precaution to Inoculate the soli with bacteria laden soli from an old alfalfa Held or sweet clover patch The field wag ft complete failure ex cept for a quarter of an acre on which the alfalfa grew luxuriantly He was nt a loss to understand this but after doing considerable thinking be remembered that some tblrtyflv years before his father had attempted to grow some alfalfa then caller lucerne on this particular spot While the staad was not very good enough tJt developed to Inoculate the son with the necessary bacterial life H te JBOT than likely that many a fcttnv with alfalfa Is traceable to payIk TO att8ll tlon to the matter soil htOCtIIatMtt lnD1 t1Ufr- rtrcxt otr1ri2J pST that Is what yonr g todOfl7OIaar- eattempting business Ithout adverting to keN alumni No man ww ever Mik led with welt enough You are no exception roll want more business Push hard advertise la jk paper Tell P OPIe wfct youve te atIK oa flItbv44LVisit 5W1U- ye45hwIwti I TEETHING BMtke baby netrow and fretful tn4 stop gala in WMfthL Is the htfoodmedida for teth lag boble It strengthen teJMTYM M ppK lime for tie teeth- 4ie5p the HIt grewiaf Cda saslbeiHs new AHDruggbti j THt WO i ipeagiag the back of an animal with trsdb petroteuia will fix the ticks If thete happens to be a womans club la the beighborhood encourage the good wife to join it It will widen her outlook on life and furuish a much heeded variety The two ot three messed of green limn bpafas rbich conic front the home gardett nfe such n tare treat that they WIll tot till trouble takett in rdls lug them A heavy freeze which struck the Michigan and Wisconsin cranberry fields at picking time ruined the crops of many growers As a result of this the festive berry will be high at Thanksgiving time The natives of Hawaii cant go out in the back yard with a big slice of watermelon and enjoy It with the same zest as we do In America if they lire finicky at nil for the melons grown on the Islands are likely to be Infest ed with maggots which appreciate a good thing as much as folks do One of the surest as well as most profitable crops for the Pacific coast horticulturist is the English walnut The trees are remarkably free from the Insect pests and fungus which so often attack fruit trees while the crop 1otie that Is much less perishable nud can thus be held if prices are not sat Isfactory If the little teoplowiio come into the home ate to reach a respectable ma turity scalding water fly poison rough on rats and headache tablets should to far as possible be kept out of their reach Hardly a Wcekjmsses but one sees chronicled In the dally papdrt the death of helpless little babies Who hifl afoul of some ohe of these things A town the writer visited the other day was an Improvement over many others in that a considerable number of its vacant lots were busy growing alfalfa instead of being allowed to produce a rank growth of burdock mus tard or what not It furnished a good bite of nutritious hay tot cow or horso and was quite an advertisement of the possibilities of the soil of the locality While lime Is In no sense a substi tute for manure and should not be used With this thought hi mind it docs serve as a corrective of soil conditions sweetens sour soils and puts then in shape to furnish food for growing plant life A ton of lime per acre is usually sufficient to set things right and It may bo applied to the land with manure in the shape of the freshly air slacked product or It may be put on alone Ventura county Cal produces three fourths of the worlds supply of lima beans the output last year being CS 000000 pounds worth 2720000 to the growers This Is one of the special agricultural interests which 1m prcap tho traveler through southern California fields of beans in the din trlet devoted to growing them stretch lug III far na the eyo can reach The flcKls are planted to permit of horse cultivation and are kept remarkably clean One of the many interesting exhibits In the forestry building at the Seattle exposition was a section of a pile taken from Galveston bay last year which had been doing service for thlrty three years That It was able to with stand the attacks of the teredo a mol luxcan borer during this long period was owing to the fact that it was treated with creosote before being driven Had It not been so treated it would have been riddled and worth loss in a very few months The high prices which have prevail ed for small grains for the past two years have caused a good many more farmers to stack their grain than for many years past due to their desire to hold it and not market it with a rush ns soon as thrashed This will result in a brighter and better quality of grain which of itself will fetch a higher price than that badly discol ored More than this the stacking of the grain has made possible good prog ress In the plowing of tbe stubble and the heading on of a scad of weeds in next years fields With every year that goes by that easy way of harvesting corn hogging It down makes new friends and this because it saves the job of husking and because hogs fed corn In this fashion do better and make more rapid gains than In the usual method of pen or lot feeding Not only do the hogs get the corn but at tbe same time a good deal of green forage which keeps their systems in good condition cnn bling them to consume a generous ra tion of corn with the largest possible advantage This method requires good fencing but tbe gain In one season will usually pay for this A bunch of lambs wliyind abundant feed in the average cornfield from the time tbe corn dents until December One who has tried this plan states that the lambs will clean up the grass and weeds first and while they will later browse some on the leaves of the corn rarely disturb the ears or break down the stalks Not only Is such for age a waste that would count for noth- Ing but the devouring of it and the tramping of many seeds Into the soil moan an infinitely cleaner field the next season Sheep will do more for a jveedy unkopt farm than almost any other single agency at the disposal of the tiller of the soil andyflock of them should be kept on cveQweU managed farm when the above plan can be given a test i YOU ARE READING THIS ADOTHERS WILL READ YOURS MOST everybody nss the n thJpper They famish emueh news to tie bJllUI is towB ad on the Sum persona and often store f Peter Smiths wife win a new hat Smith sOs hy the paper that Jaee Is sell teg bits at to mock John sons store ad k mining from the paper Jofewoaa toytag a sonMvertsiag policy IttULT JMM fete SisM jteiths wife pta to kat u j RELIGIOUS THOUGHT J Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations Only be who te willing to bear the cross Is worthy to wear the crown Rev George A Beecher Episcopalian Omaha Neb Need of the Day The greatest need of the day Is the largest hospitality toward Jesus Christ Bishop E n Hughes Methodist Episcopal San Francisco Ones Duty To do ones duty Is tha supreme achievement of man but It is not the root of Christianity It Is rather the fruit Rev Dr Ambrose W Vernon Congregatlonallst BrooklIne Mass Tho Worlds Orchestra Every Instrument of civilization Is being attuned to heavens keynote of brotherly love and gradually forming a grand world orchestra ReV W M Taylor Christian Church New Orleans Moral artd Ethics The Christina religion has the fatt- Iest code of inorafd arid 1ae ttost sublime code of ethic ag exemplified In the character of Jesus Christ and taught la lid New Testament that the world lies efer S rlIt tW M Vines Baptist Brooklyn1 Mans Only Lasting Suifdirig Our home is riot here hut there llow few 6f the productions 6f men abide A noble life fs mans only enduring briiidihg This earthly life Is brief and like nti iUD where passing travelers spend but a transient night Rev W Jasper Howell Baptist At lanta Go Aristocracy of Character Establish and rigidly maintain an aristocracy not of wealth or learning or ancestral position or social standing primarily but an aristocracy of char Rctcr Manly character Is bright and glittering current coin In the realm of true success Rev Frank W Luce Methodist Cleveland O Needof Self Control Self control should always be at the bottom of all human action It Is self control which distinguishes man from the animals which possess Instinct Vheh n man controls himself he ex hibits his manhood When he follows his Instincts only he becomes on ani mal Rev W W Bustard Baptist Boston Self Mastery Man can by the help of God live In the constant and habitual mastery of himself and the circumstances which surround film And with the posses sion of this self mastery Wan may begin tim wonderful and fascinating de velopnent of the inexhaustible resources of the soul lifcIe Dr E N Hardy Congregationalist Quincy Mass Goda Gift Faith Is a gift of God We cannot acquire faith of ourselves It Is not dependent upon our minds and our wills It is a gift an alms a blessing bestowed upon Us by God It Is not acquired as the result of our efforts or the reward of our labors but in fused by God Into our soulsRet James N Supple Roman Catholic Boston Every Mans Duty The man who does not attend to all the powers of his nature by respecting his hotly and making his mind clear and acute commits moral suicide for our duty Is to our very flesh Life 13 not only a treasure It Is a power house and It Is our duty to get the most we can from the powers of our nature Rev Dr Thomas n Sllcer Unitarian New York Christs Cleansing Power Many a woman who has taken tho first wrong step would be deterred from a life of shame If she could only know the compassion and cleansing power of Christ Many who are weigh ed down with a sense of guilt whose flesh Is dried whose bones are wasting away whose eyes are filled with grief from whom the joy of life has depart ed entirely would arise and sing If they could only know the cleansing and renewing touch of Jesus Christ Rev R M Little Presbyterian PUts burg Real Joy Pleasure has its outside and its In side A child gets the outside of pleas- Ure when he possesses a multitude of toys and is not amused by any of them lIe has got the Inwardness of pleasure when by virtue of a hap py heart he finds happiness in the simplest flower or toy The fault of our pleasure loving age is not that It seeks pleasure but that it Concerns Itself with the lesser gifts of Joy Real Joy Is of the heart It Is never born of a multitude of scenes or a multiplicity of sensations He who cannot find ma tonal for happiness in his own garden In some choice book or In a little group of friends will never find It by going abroad for It Rev Dr George Clarke Peck Methodist Episcopal New York Value of Anticipation In Life Looking unto Jesus Is the secret of moral growth For one look at self take ten looks at Jesus One gradually becomes like that at which he looks No life can ever rise higher than its Ideals Not failure but low aim is crime Dont Judge a man by what he does but by what he longs to do and to become The race Is set before us Do not face the failures of yes terday Face tomorrows possibilities Turn over aa unblotted page AnticI- pation Is the mainspring of life Let anticipation do its perfect work Every mans life is a plan of God A good Providence has planned our future years Let us study closely the map of our lives that Gods providence has made Christllkencss is our goal We know not what we shall be but we know that when he shall appear we shall be like himRev W Jasper Howell Baptist Atlanta Go WBBdton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For FimGlu EonnkiD Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street New Method Teeth Ext without PAINDr l R1chmont4Ky j Best Stomach Remedy Fraf It is an old saying that if the gf6tv safesbecauseManypersonsorder of the stomach which pro ofbiliousnessIf you suffer from both stomach trouble ann constipation you are on the way to a- very serious disease From Just such con rheumatismskIn havebeentimblQodcatharttctablet laxativetontcWhich people have been using for these centuryrcnslur2 itO cit ntomlSch of long- standIng Alsu VolI of 903 Ellla thetroubletroublofouence what Dr Caldwells syrup Pepsin will do for you It so send your name willbethe free bottle us the results from It win be the best reeommeiJdaUon of Dr Cald wells SyWp Pepsin Then you will do as Over two million people did last year co botUolit6U prefer We could mention hundred neverWlthbntmember of the fatally Will need a tira losttakingIf thefS Is tffiythlfier about your ailment tHSi ytrti dont understand or it Jtfri want any mcdterf advice write to thd doctor and be Will answer toil fully There fs no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B I Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill STOCKTON HAGAN Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge- J M Ben ton For Commonwealths Attorney- B A Crutcher For Circuit Clerk Roy C White- ForCountyJudge W R Shackelfori- lor County Attorney O P Jackson For County Clerk R B Terrill For Sheriff D A McCord For Assessor Shelby 1 Taylor Fr School Superintendent John Noland For Jailer N B Jones For Representative L B Herrinton City Ticket For Mayor Sam Rice For Police Judge John J Greenleaf For Citv Attorney- T H Collins For Chief of Police Tames H Allman For City Councilmen T T Covington Emil Lorisch John E Sexton Talton Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry Resumed Business Having 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 Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work sqch as paper hanging painting varnishing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates on any work you may desire in this line no matter how small the job cep splendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business amRespectfully W L Leeds 141 Second S- ttfUichmond y If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth geti J+ W Shearer White HaII5Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable It is always cheapest to in the long run to get the best yr 9qthe b- estconcrete very Womkc Give us your order and you will be well pleasedand thoroj ly satisfied RLK Stone Plio 4a I WOlUSOd ANY N- lscnoH Y I IssnLL fff f VHD O I NV1NOSHUW WOiVNV I uavlti JiDf- 1I Si1flS 3l1 JS38 3H1 Sriltrll aiWe make a FittingTrusses Perry and Thomas i j That Lame Back Men i Kidney Disease I And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys lThere Is no question about that nt alltor the lame and aching back is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It Is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the condition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of tho kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wean ness nervous irritability heart ir sleeplessnessrest scalding sensation and sedi ment In the urine inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of operatedirectlybeneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kidneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even In some of the most advanced cases IwantFor Sale by All DrugistsAS f Field Garden 1 I SEE D1 j I I IJ IWe have just received a large shipment oftI Field and Garden Seed and invite those J Iwho are contemplating sowing grass to l Icall and examine our line and get prices T making a purchase Our line of I Staple and Fancy I GROCERIESI was nover mora complete than now f I FTite and SoiniI I I Telephone 35 t I I ps pp r rFloral Designs Cut Flowers Plants 11 Furnished on short notice Special attention to designs for Funerals and Weddings Iat Richmond Greenhouses jTELEPHONE 188 WEST MLNOpen Sundays from 2 to 5 in j The Lexington Herald Publishes every Monday Morning a Blue Grass Farmer Edition That treats the Farm and Farming interests from the I t news point of view and is already recognized as Kentucky Leading Agricultural Journal j 1 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 tothe farmer and breeder Only One Dollar a Year 9 I A Valuable Advertising Mediumc for the breeder of fine stock and for sale of stock ana farm lands Fne Sunday HeriMf I is a high class Sunday newspaper of metropolitan pro portions and cjuality that should be in every Kentucky Jhome By mail 200 a year The Sunday Herald and the Blue Grass Farmer edition for 250 a year Write 1 for sample copies The T GompY7 Y Ieor11llriteda m l c Tt La 6 r 1 Ka1 r ic i It 1ftt J f J f t fitt 0 Njr Vv IE THE SWENfSONf LAND COWill run an excursion to BOVINA 1 RailrpadWet To Whom It May Concern After six months spent in looking over various new country propositions having in view the purchase of land for the purpose of making a home for myself and family and after several trips to Dakota I wish to say I have just returned from a trip to Bovina Texas and was simply astonished at the country and its advantages of soil and climate for the homeseeker In fact was so well pleased with the situation that I have pur chased of the Swenson Land Co 800 acres near Bovi na and shall within the next month move there with my family We are entirely satisfied with our treat ment by the Swenson Land Coand regard them and their representatives as thoroughly reliableK Milton Wis Feb 8 1909 Swenson Land Co- Chicago Ill Dear Sirs Your representatives A E Foster S Sons of Covington Ky called on us some time ago and laid before us your proposition in Texas It sounded good to us and we made the trip July 20 We found everything as represented and in fact better than we were told We thank you for the kind treatment extended to us on the trip We certainly enjoy ed every minute of it We especially wish to thank you for placing us in a position to secure the quarter section that we boug t as we are satisfied that in a few years this laud will raise in value so that we may double our money We recommend this tract of land of yours at Bovina to all conservative investors We are going to do all we can to have our friends go down and see the lands also Yours very truly Signed Mr and Mrs A M Rouse iJuly 26 09 Walton Ky t Supreme Satisfaction i in every Salad made with Ferne Salad Dressing It saves time and you run no chance of your Salad being a failure Its absolutely pure its flavor is delicious its eco nomical because it can be reduced without loss of flavor 25 Cents Bottle i 1 T GouingtoqGo Phone 72 232 West Main street Important Announcement In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods At Cost ana Less fha Cost V i We will not carryover anything and toumdve them archance to get the best bargains ever off redCome early and get first cnoice We are now receiving our of 5 FallGoodsJi r consisting of every new creation in Womens Wear i f mulit make room for these geads We bought f r weatVery loW i and Bali sell them lower tbatf f you Oaig fltla thegameqatlh y elsewhere Jly l jt jJEW1kei t v o j vykJ F D Wilde Systematiz 2324 Pickering Building CINCINNATI 01 v If tMessrs A E Foster Sons Covington Kentucky thoughtwellOctoberTheanacre for mv land which refused i i and believe i thatV same will bp worth inside of five years double that price or 6400Hadwould have had to pay a tax on same I have been watching this land for the past ten years advance from 750 to all the way from 3500 to willwortha morecrop i tItan j any land j f in many i of the i older States andas the valuation of any property is based on production all TosayCopy Signed FD Wilde y L Office over Store I c b fzIILfZ JHe Stopped His Paper long ago a cranky sort of an man met us on street and told us to just stop his paper There was suithison the street and it is amusing to note the look of surprise on the old fellows face that we are still in existence re gardless of the fact that he stopped the paper Some dayand that wont belong eitherthat old gentlemen will turn up his toes His heart will be stilled forever Neighbors and friends will follow his lifeless clay to the silent city and lay it to the rest among the flowers An obituary will be published in these columns telling what kind of a husband a good neighbor and beloved citizen he was which the recording angel will overlook for charitys sake and in a very short time he will be forgotten As he lies out there in the cold graveyard wrap ped in the slumbers of death he will never know that the last kind words spoken of him were by the editor of this paper which in life heso spitefully stopped Did you ever just pause a moment and think that your editor whoever he may be will write your obituary some This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foley Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton and Son olm Multiplicity of Things If a man goes into business does be assume the duties of head clerk book keepers cash boy collector and jani tor And if he could do sowhich he cannot and would not even consider agreeablehis place of business spotless Let us look at women She enters business marriagedoes she assume duties of head housekeeper cook seamstress laundress nurse tutor andoutslde man And when sl1edoesCor she usually doescan she keep her house her temper serene buttons cleanI remove all thoughts of care prettiestjotleslavender her sweetest smile and her mouth puckered up far a kiss = for tfiey only come whellst expected for when we yearn forem we usually fceepvn yearning lot of course she cancould the angels themselves She cant ten alt the special departments of a complex marriage with a menagerie of childhood annex and a husband to come home when twilight i4IJo claim every iita of reserve vit fiityleft We tell you she will either have to call ia some specialist demf teiaioccaaioaliy or else have more simple food do away with kitchen fads let the haabrd help with the ljttle rwrNita tMltiJPlttrli Ma t r 9J J4 et on l Had Lost Hope L G Botkins Paris Ky Dfys Ie had no Lopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not oat I drenched them with Bourbon Hot Cholera Remedy and did not loss a hogSold by Perry Thomas Richmond Ky Postmasters Troubles Positively no letter will be delivered until received If you dont get your letter or paper the day you expect it have the postmaster look through all the boxes and the cellar also It ought to be there somewhere and he likes to do it just to please you If your friend dont write cuss the postmaster he is to blame If he tells you there is no mail for you put on a grieved expression and say There ought to be some He Is probably hiding your mail for the plearure of having you call for it six or seven times a day and after every freight and handcar Ask him to look againAshland Commercial A Banquet spread before you would do you no good if you couldnt eat What good can food do a child when as soon as it enters its stomach it is eaten by babyIsVermifugeIttonic for the child Sold by Perry Thomas olm IDispleased President I George of the Blue Grass League is in receipt of a letter from President Kellogg and the directors of the Richmond team which says that they will not protest the result of the pennant race in this league The letter says the action of W R Sunny Thomas in giving the mem bers of the Lexington team 200 for winning game from Richmond and the Paris team 100 as well as offer ing Shelbyville a like sum will be taken before the National Commission The letter is a lengthy one and says tha the Richmond peoplo while greatly pleased at the showingof their team and the financial results of the season deplored the action of Mr Thomas It is signed by ilr Kellogg nnd four directors of the team A Shaking Up mayall be very well so far as the trusts arc concerned but not when it comes to chills and fever and ma laria Quit the quinine and take a real cureBallards HerbinQ Con talus no harmful drugs and is as eel tain as taxes If It doesnt cure you get your money bacir Sold by Perry Thomas olm Foleys Honey and Tar clears the air passages stops the irritation in the throat soothes the inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears tore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and the cold is expelled from the sys tem Kelase say fcttt floe RI nine la tha 7elloW p6fc jr fold by Stock 7Y st i r Si T mss fIlIf Residence 20Villa Place Ft Thomas Kentucky V August 16 1909 I BigDawson Versailles Suii Hub Dawson who was catcher for the Richmond Pioneers during the baseball tenson just closed has jeturned homo full ol honors lie won this muchcoveted distinction of being the leading batter of the Bluegrass League Hub smashed the pill for MO safe swipes in 419 trips to the bat giving him an average of 334 which is indeed a epletdid record Ho also ranks third as a run getter with an average of 07 We understand that Hub has an offer tram one of the National League teams for 191- 0Slightly Hold with Snow When you see that kind of a weath er forecast you know that rheuma tism weather is at hand Get ready for it now by getting a bottle of Bal lards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and still jolnto and muscles all aches and 25c 50c and 100 Sold by Perryand Thomas olm Doing Noble Work The Kentucky Federation of WOI mans Clubs is doing a great the State and should have tho en couragement and help of everyone The organization is now sending out the following the uewspapeiB being asked to print the same There are lour or five iCentera fcr each Town The Courthouse Ua county town The School The Church The Post Office- The Railroad Station Three needssClearf Floors Clean Pavements Clean Water Beautify and plant all centers with vines and shrubs Put antituberculosis cards in buildings Have an anti spitting prdinance with a penajty Have a simple organization small dues fewofllcers Have regular women members and asscciato men members Join the State Federation Doan s Ointment cured me ol eczema that had annoytd mo a long time The cure was permanent Hon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statistics Augusta Me Wantedto be Quiet Winchester Democrats A gentleman residing la the West end of town dropped into The Democrat office yea terday and inquired if we knew of a residence up near the railroad deptt for r lltHe gave as a reason for want tug to change ins residence thnt they had organized It 4Waneriau music class in his part of the city nnd lie desired to tent a residence whore it jras quiet Those familiar with tfae Ipontheplaceto live when bat melody breaks loose Regulates the bowels fromote easy natural moveaients purgs con 4I 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